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Protest and Reform Simulation Rubric

John Zola, January 1999


Your simulation should have each of the components listed below. Use this as a "checklist" to be sure that you have done everything.

ADDITIONAL NARRATIVE COMMENTS:

  

 

 

GRADE:

Criteria Below/Meets/Exceeds Comments/Feedback
Simulation accurately portrays the historical event and/or processes at work    
Some sort of "reporter" or narrator is included to guide the user and describe things    
When the simulation "runs", the user can identify what is going on and could describe the events being simulated    
Web page includes detailed descriptions of EACH agent including what they do, why they were programmed to do what they do, and how this relates to the actual history    
Web page includes a clear title of your simulation, the developers, and an introductory paragraph that serves as an overview    
Web page includes a clear and comprehensive description of the historical background of the actual events you are simulating. Should take the equivalent of 2 typed pages of text. WARNING: This is student generated and NOT copied or pasted from some other web page!    
Historical background includes listing of "links" to relevant web pages for further information    
Web page has some graphic or photograph to illustrate some aspect of the sim.    
THERE ARE NO SPELLING OR OTHER MECHANICAL ERRORS IN ANY OF THE WEB PAGE TEXT    
Appropriate bibliography and footnote citations