A Guide for Developing Gifted Curriculum Documents by Linda Smith

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Written report, product and visuals to support presentation. Scoring guide for presentation and project Content writing scoring guide ©2001 Pattonville School District 39 Roman Studies Project Scoring Guide Student’s Name____________________________ Role _____________________________________ Teacher’s Name____________________________ Student Points________ Teacher Points__________ Information On Role Outline Mechanics Project Advanced (4) Proficient (3) Nearing Proficiency (2) Developing (1) Detailed, elaborate information about daily life and job of a Roman role.

Information Processing A. Creative Thinking Skills B. Creative Problem-Solving and Decision-Making C. Critical and Logical Thinking A. B. C. D. II. Character Development and Affective Process Skills Gathering Information Organizing Information Analyzing Information Applying Information II. Problem-Solving A. Recognizing a Problem B. Using Problem-Solving Strategies C. Developing a Solution D. Using Systems Thinking A. Character Development B. Interpersonal Skills C. Intrapersonal Skills III. Learning How-to-Learn Skills III.

I listened to others' ideas and could change or adapt my ideas. I was a positive, active, and enthusiastic group member. I took on a positive leadership role listening to all the group members and encouraging them to work together to develop a quality project. I helped the group look at everyone’s ideas from multiple perspectives. Information Processing I gathered information from my email mentor and from resource posters. I used related information to develop my project. Problem-Solving I identified a problem about why all people don’t have enough food I determined a possible solution.

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