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Supplemental Reading: “Jobs and Careers in History: Interview with Tim Grove, Parts I and II” by Jessica Pritchard, at the American Historical Association (http://blog.historians.org/2009/06/jobs-and-careers-in-history-interview-with-tim-grove-part-1/AND http://blog.historians.org/200…
Assignment: SHORT SUMMARY—Access the interviews of historian Tim Grove at the American Historical Association site. Read the article and prepare a two-page summary.
Assessment/Rubric:
90-100: Students identified and analyzed several key points of information from the interview (Parts 1 and 2), explaining the arguments that support the theme of the importance of history, misconceptions about the profession, and the career opportunities available to major and minors; developed a thorough, engaging summary that reflected the main ideas and sentiment of the interview; clearly described the various points made by the interviewee.
80-89: Students identified and analyzed a few of the key points of information from the interview (Parts 1 and 2), explaining the sentiments of the interviewee; developed a clear summary of the interview that reflected the main ideas; clearly described a few of the points made by the interviewee.
70-79: Students identified and analyzed one of the key points of information from the interview (parts 1 and 2), explaining the sentiments of the interviewee; developed an adequate summary of the interview that reflected the main ideas; described a few of the points made by the interviewee.
60-69: Students did not identify or analyze any of the key points of information from the interview (Parts 1 and 2), or explain the theme of the importance of history, misconceptions about the profession, and the career opportunities available to major and minors; developed a vague or inaccurate summary of the interview that did not reflect the main ideas; did not clearly describe any of the points made by the interviewee. The work may be past the due date.Supplemental Reading: “Jobs and Careers in History: Interview with Tim Grove, Parts I and II” by Jessica Pritchard, at the American Historical Association (http://blog.historians.org/2009/06/jobs-and-careers-in-history-interview-with-tim-grove-part-1/AND http://blog.historians.org/200…
Assignment: SHORT SUMMARY—Access the interviews of historian Tim Grove at the American Historical Association site. Read the article and prepare a two-page summary.
Assessment/Rubric:
90-100: Students identified and analyzed several key points of information from the interview (Parts 1 and 2), explaining the arguments that support the theme of the importance of history, misconceptions about the profession, and the career opportunities available to major and minors; developed a thorough, engaging summary that reflected the main ideas and sentiment of the interview; clearly described the various points made by the interviewee.
80-89: Students identified and analyzed a few of the key points of information from the interview (Parts 1 and 2), explaining the sentiments of the interviewee; developed a clear summary of the interview that reflected the main ideas; clearly described a few of the points made by the interviewee.
70-79: Students identified and analyzed one of the key points of information from the interview (parts 1 and 2), explaining the sentiments of the interviewee; developed an adequate summary of the interview that reflected the main ideas; described a few of the points made by the interviewee.
60-69: Students did not identify or analyze any of the key points of information from the interview (Parts 1 and 2), or explain the theme of the importance of history, misconceptions about the profession, and the career opportunities available to major and minors; developed a vague or inaccurate summary of the interview that did not reflect the main ideas; did not clearly describe any of the points made by the interviewee.