WebQuest

BRAZIL: A CULTURE OF IT'S OWN

Evaluation

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This project encourages students to work as a team, exchanging ideas to come up with a conclusion while they are learning about Brazilian culture.  Students will be evaluated individually in the oral presentation and the written paper. The final grade will be based on the rubric.  At the bottom of the page, students can find a copy of it and review carefully the criteria that are going to be evaluated.

Rubric

# 4 3 2 1 Score
Written Paper: Grammar, Spelling and Quality Information is gathered from multiple electronic and non-electronic sources and cited properly. Very organize ideas and well supported. Punctuation and capitalization are correct. Information is gathered from multiple electronic and non-electronic sources. Organize ideas and evidences. There is one error in punctuation and/or capitalization. Information is gathered from limited electronic and non-electronic sources. Organized but few supporting details.There are two or three errors in punctuation and/or capitalization. Information is gathered from non-electronic or electronic sources only.Weakly organized. Ideas are not well supported. There are four or more errors in punctuation and/or capitalization.
Oral Presentation: Persuasion, convincing The group deliver an open and closing remarks that capture the attention of the audience and set the mood to persuade the audience. In summary, very convincing information. Student displays clear introductory or closing remarks. Good information. Student clearly uses either an introductory or closing remark, but not both. Not too convincing presentation. Student does not display clear introductory or closing remarks. Not convincing at all.
Visual Aid The group spend a lot time into visual aid. They are very effective and help to support the information. The group put effort into visual aid,and somewhat creative. Visual aid not very creative, but the group put some effort to do it. Lack of effort making a creative visual aid.
Group Work The teacher observed the students well together offering ideas and reporting their findings to each other. They accomplish all the requirements and tasks. Work well together, completed most of the work, most group members contributed. Students did not work together at all, did not complete most of the requirements and task, work not divided. Students did not work together, work not divided, and did not complete the task.

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