WebQuest

Metamorphosis of "The Very Hungry Caterpillar"

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Rubric

# Beginning 1 Developing 2 Very Good 3 Exemplary 4 Score
Student will create a book displaying the four stages of the caterpillar life cycle. The student displayed 0-2 stages of the life cycle of the caterpillar. The student displayed 3 out of 4 stages of the life cycle of a caterpillar with very few details describing the process. The student displayed all 4 stages of the life cycle of the caterpillar with explanations of each stage. The student displayed all four stages of the life cycle of the caterpillar with detailed explanations, pictures and examples, and the book was easy to understand with no errors. %25
Students will create questions in their book that require analytical thinking about the life cycle of the caterpillar, and compare and contrast life cycles. Students posed very few analytical questions related to the caterpillar life cycle, and no comparisons to other life cycles. Students posed a substantial amount of analytical questions about the life cycle of the caterpillar but no questions relating to other life cycles. Students posed analytical questions pertaining to the life cycle of the caterpillar. Questions compared the life cycle of the caterpillar with another life cycle. Students posed many analytical questions about the life cycle of the caterpillar. Questions also compared more than 2 life cycles. %25
Students display an understanding of the nutritional value of the foods consumed by the caterpillar in the story, and created a bar/column graph. Students displayed little understanding of the nutritional value of the foods consumed, and there wasn't a graph. Students displayed understanding of the nutritional value of the foods consumed, and somewhat related the information in a bar/column graph. Students formulate a comparison of healthy and unhealthy foods consumed and organized a visual bar/column graph. Students formulated a tally sheet, organizing foods into healthy and unhealthy nutritional values, and designed an extremely visual bar/column graph. %25
Students demonstrate a sound understanding of the nature and operation of technology systems. Students can identify the web/computer tools needed to accomplish their tasks. Students describe common purposes of the web/computer tools to accomplish tasks. Students recognize, discuss, and visually represent ways that a computer can be used to accomplish tasks. Students know how to explore, identify, and develop presentations using the web/computer tools. %25

Total Score: %100

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