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(Animated Gif from  http://school.discoveryeducation.com/clipart/)     Rubric for Mystery Genre Webquest

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Evidence and Information
All information presented as evidence was clear, accurate and thorough.
Most information presented as evidence was clear, accurate and thorough.
Most information presented as evidence was clear and accurate, but was not usually thorough.
Information had several inaccuracies OR was usually not clear.
Use of Facts/Statistics
Every major point was well supported with several relevant facts, statistics and/or examples.
Every major point was adequately supported with relevant facts, statistics and/or examples.
Every major point was supported with facts, statistics and/or examples, but the relevance of some was questionable.
Every point was not supported.
Presentation Style
Team consistently used gestures, eye contact, tone of voice and a level of enthusiasm in a way that kept the attention of the audience.
Team usually used gestures, eye contact, tone of voice and a level of enthusiasm in a way that kept the attention of the audience.
Team sometimes used gestures, eye contact, tone of voice and a level of enthusiasm in a way that kept the attention of the audience.
One or more members of the team had a presentation style that did not keep the attention of the audience.
Organization
All evidence and arguments were clearly tied to an idea (premise) and organized in a tight, logical fashion.
Most of the evidence and arguments were clearly tied to an idea (premise) and organized in a tight, logical fashion.
All of the evidence and arguments were clearly tied to an idea (premise) but the organization was sometimes not clear or logical.
The evidence and arguments were not clearly tied to an idea (premise).
Providing Evidence and Solving the Mystery
The team clearly understood the topic in-depth and presented the evidence and solved the mystery using their information forcefully and convincingly.
The team clearly undestood the topic in-depth and presented the evidence and solved the mystery using their information with ease.
The team seemed to understand the main points of the topic and presented the evidence and solved the mystery using their information with ease.
The team did not show an adequate understanding of the topic or provide evidence and solve he mystery
 
     
     
 
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