WebQuest

Western Europe - City Escape

Evaluation

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All student presentations will be shared with Mr. McMurray before class time on Monday October 5.  Students will then be selected at random to give their presentation during class Monday or Tuesday October 5-6.  This presentation will count 20% of the quarter grade and go under the Project category.  An initial bibliography will also be due in Noodletools Thursday, September 17, for a large homework grade.  

You should also expect Mr. McMurray to film your presentation, and then share the footage with you so that you may see how it went for yourself, and learn for next time.

Please see the Evaluation Rubric below.


Rubric

# Insufficient Adequate Well Done Excellent Score
Descriptive, helpful, and creative slides Student is below the required slide number and content, displays only text in his slides, and is not able to reach the audience visually. Student has the required number of slides and content, uses pictures/images sparingly, and teaches the class somewhat. Student has the required number of slides and content, uses pictures/images usefully, and shows the class a great deal visually. Student has more than the required number of slides and content, uses pictures/images greatly, and dazzles the class visually. 25%
Mastery of the content/information about the city Student does not produce the required factual and descriptive qualities as assigned. He has also not embraced his assigned role. Student displays the required facts but with little description around them. He is moderately convincing in his role. Student is both informative and descriptive. Overall, he is convincing in his role. Student is very thorough and displays mastery over the content of his city. Overall, he is very convincing in his role 35%
Composure, posture, and body language Student seems to be frozen in front of the class and is not capable of relaying his message or knowledge verbally or with his actions/posture. Student displays some knowledge but is stiff and not adaptable to the audience or setting. Student displays great knowledge and seems physically and emotionally comfortable before the audience Student captivates the audience with his message, body language, and tone of voice. 25%
Properly formatted bibliography Does not include the minimum number of sources or apply MLA formatting. Includes the minimum number of sources but does not properly apply MLA formatting. Includes the minimum number of sources and does apply MLA formatting. Includes more than the minimum number of sources and does apply MLA formatting. 15%

Total Score: 100%

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