WebQuest

Developing writing skills

Evaluation

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You should now have a pretty good understanding of one Explore More topic or one issue related to that topic. You have truly written an Explore More News article of great value to your readers. How do you think new research will change your issue? Can you see your topic changing as laws change or technologies develop? Write your opinion and post it on your Facebook page or on the blog of the class.

The evaluation criteria for your articles are listed in the rubric below. Your articles will be graded according to these criteria. 

Rubric

# 40 60 80 100 Score
Knowledge Gained Several students in the group appear to have little knowledge about the facts and the technical processes used for the newspaper. Most students in the group can accurately answer most questions related to a) stories in the newspaper and b) technical processes used to create the newspaper. All students in the group can accurately answer most questions related to a) stories in the newspaper and b) technical processes used to create the newspaper. All students in the group can accurately answer all questions related to a) stories in the newspaper and b) technical processes used to create the newspaper. 60
Who, What, When, Where & How Less than 75% of the articles adequately address the 5 W\'s (who, what, when, where, and how). 75-89% of the articles adequately address the 5 W\'s (who, what, when, where and how). 90-99% of the articles adequately address the 5 W\'s (who, what, when, where and how). All articles adequately address the 5 W\'s (who, what, when, where and how). 40
Articles - Supporting Details The details in more than 25% of the articles are neither clear nor pertinent. The details in the articles are clear and pertinent 75-89% of the time. The details in the articles are clear and pertinent 90-100% of the time. The details in the articles are clear, effective, and vivid 80-100% of the time. 40
Articles - Interest The article does not contain facts or figures that might make it interesting to read. The article contains some facts or figures but is marginally interesting to read. The articles contain facts, figures, and/or word choices that make the articles interesting to readers. The articles contain facts, figures, and/or word choices that make the articles exceptionally interesting to readers. 80

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