Royal Grievances Activities



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Letter the court
Letter to the court is unorganized and hard to read. There are six or more grammatical errors. Petition is missing one or more areas.
Letter to the court is unorganized. There are three to five grammatical errors. One of the areas of the petition is not completely filled out.
Letter to the court is clear and concise. It has two or less grammatical errors. All areas of the petition are completely filled out.

Group participation
At least half of the group did not participate in pleading their case.
Several members did not participate in pleading the case to the court.
All members participate in the reciting of the grievances, or appealing to the court.

Persuasive abilities
Students stated their grievances but gave no rational as to why they should have the right to maintain their various rights.
Students stated their grievances, and several had a reason as to why they should have the ability maintain their various rights.
Students took the time and effort to make a strong and persuasive case to the court. Gave multiple reasons as to why they should have the ability to maintain their various rights.

Applicable Grievances
None of the grievances applied directly to their social standing.
Several of the grievances did not directly apply to their social standings.
All grievances were applicable to the group’s social standings.