Background: students got a handout & online assignment, both of which had these 3 questions and the chart. The video is about 12 1/2 minutes long.
I considered both of these to be proficient. You will notice less detail by the student on the right, but she has a document disability and an IEP. Therefore I modified expectations so she could get full credit for less written output. Clearly she is on the right track, even though technically she only wrote one difference for #4.
On Tuesday, he was clear about Hobbes and Locke, but not so much about Rousseau. "he thought there should be consequences for people's actions" does not really fit that philosopher's notions of democracy. I checked his notes (which I made them submit with the finished quiz, but they could not see them during the quiz) and saw the same vague reference to consequences. His temporary score was 50%, and I prompted this student to rewatch the Rousseau section (last 4-5 minutes of the video) before the retake.
We had no school on Wednesday because of Yom Kippur, so the 2nd attempt could not happen until Thursday.
Usually I make students retry the entire quiz, but in this case I decided his Hobbes and Locke answers were so strong that I would reward him by only requiring #3 and #5. I think you can see that his Sept. 20 responses are much better! New score = 85%.