Our Eyes: How we see and what is the best option for vision correction?



What is a rubric?

A rubric is a scoring guide that seeks toevaluate a student's performance based on the sum of a full range of criteriarather than a single numerical score. A rubric is a working guide for studentsand teachers, usually handed out before the assignment begins in order to getstudents to think about the criteria on which their work will be judged.

 Your grade will be comprised of the following five tasks.  Their weight on your grade is shown in percents:

1. Presentation evaluation (20%)

2. Pamphlet evaluation (20%)

3. Debate evaluation (20%)

4. Peer evaluation (20%)

5. Quiz evaluation (20%)

Please refer to the rubrics below for tasks 1-4, so you will know how you will be evaluated.  If you are unsure of what is being asked of you, be sure to ask your teacher for clarification.

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