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Human Trafficking: When Innocence is for Sale

Evaluation

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This may be very time consuming and difficult, but when working on a project, it is vitally important to continually evaluate and monitor it to ensure that you are staying on track. Evaluating a project is collecting and analyzing data to determine whether the objectives have been achieved. It measures the efficiency, effectiveness, and impact of the project. In order to track the various sections, an evaluation rubric may be used.

Rubric

# Not Good Good Very Good Perfect Score
Organization: (Brochure and Report) Total lack of Structure Some attepmt, but the structure is poorly developed. Structure developed pretty well, but lacks clarity. Structure of work is clearly developed. 30%
Supporting Information: (Brochure and Report) Evidence is unrelated. Supported by limited evidence. Evidence supports the topic but there is not enough. Evidence clearly supports the topic. It is sufficient. 30%
Knowledge and Understanding: (Report) Project/Presentation demonstrated limited knowledge of facts, terms, concepts, and relationships. Project/Presentation demonstrated some knowledge of facts, terms, concepts, and relationships. Project/Presentation demonstrated considerable knowledge of facts, terms, concepts, and relationships. Project/Presentation demonstrated thorough knowledge of facts, terms, concepts, and relationships. 30%
Overall Quality and Look: (Brochure and Report) Messy, Carless,and poorly organized. Did not follow directions. Neat, but not well organized. Neat and well organzied. Neat, well organized, and shows creativity. 10 %

Total Score: 100%

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