WebQuest

Pollution and Global Warming.

Evaluation

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Rubric

# Beginning 1 Developing 2 Very Good 3 Examplary 4 Score
Discussion Journal Fewer than three journal responses; responses show little or no insight. At least three responses show some understanding of key concepts but lack insight based on class discussion. At least four journal responses are thorough and demonstrate understanding and insight gained from class discussion. All five journal responses are detailed and complete and demonstrate insight gained from class discussion. 20%
Research Student has fewer than 10 note cards; information on note cards is incomplete, inaccurate, irrelevant, or from unreliable or uncited sources Student has at least 12 note cards with citations from reliable sources; some information is incomplete, inaccurate, or irrelevant Student has at least 16 accurate and complete note cards with citations from reliable sources Student has 20 detailed, accurate, and complete note cards with citations from reliable sources 20%
Group Presentation Presentation reflects little or no teamwork, research, and understanding of key concepts. The final product is incomplete, offers little or no creativity, visual appeal, or interest on the part of the presenters. Presentation does not reflect strong teamwork and does not show contribution from all members. Its content demonstrates very basic or superficial understanding of key concepts. The final product is not creative or visually appealing and is presented/performed with little or no enthusiasm or emotion. Presentation reflects some teamwork with contribution from most members. Its content demonstrates understanding of concepts gained through research and class discussions. The final product is creative and visually appealing, has a clearly-worded message and is presented/performed with emotion. Presentation reflects strong teamwork with contribution from every member. Its content demonstrates a full understanding of concepts gained through research and class discussions. The final product is creative and visually appealing, has a strong clearly-worded message and is presented/performed with enthusiasm. 30%
Letter-Writing Letter demonstrates little or no understanding, insight, or evidence to persuade the reader. Errors in word choice, grammar, sentence structure, capitalization, punctuation, and spelling distract the reader and affect meaning. Letter cites some evidence but is not detailed or persuasive. Errors in word choice, grammar, sentence structure, capitalization, punctuation, and spelling distract the reader. Letter is persuasive, demonstrates understanding and uses some evidence to support the writer's convictions. The writer uses formal language with few errors in word choice, grammar, sentence structure, capitalization, punctuation, and spelling. Letter is persuasive, demonstrates insight, and uses strong evidence to support the writer's convictions. The writer uses formal language with no errors in word choice, grammar, sentence structure, capitalization, punctuation, and spelling. 30%

Total Score: 100

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