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PHOTOMONTAGE PROJECT: ASSESSMENT RUBRIC
Not in evidence Overall Photomontage Assignment
Understands symbolism: Chooses appropriate images and text to connect the symbolism in Night with current events such as hate crimes that can be represented using similar symbols.

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Photomontage
Explores issues outlined in responses to guiding questions on assignment sheet. Uses a variety of images from at least two sources. Uses a variety of text from at least two sources. Cites sources appropriately.

Project Report
Begins paragraphs with topic sentences. Explains photomontage element choices, digital manipulations, and arrangement with adequate details. Clearly states the overall meaning of montage. Writes in complete sentences and checks for correct spelling and grammar.

Presentation
Speaks clearly so that everyone can hear. Explains text and image choices. Talks about manipulation and editing of image and text. Talks about why images and text were placed as they were.

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