WebQuest

The Water Cycle (Grades: 4,5,6)

Evaluation

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Students should be able to accurately illustrate and label the three stages of the water cycle.

Students will be able to:

  • Explain the three stages of the water cycle. (Evaporation is the process by which a liquid changes into a gas. Evaporation changes liquid water into water vapor. Condensation is the change of a gas into a liquid. When water vapor cools, it becomes liquid water. Precipitation is water that falls to Earth as rain, snow, sleet, or hail.)


  • Explain that the water cycle is a continuous process. (Water cycle is the movement of water from Earth’s surface into the air and back to Earth again. It is powered by heat from the sun.)

Rubric

# Is an apprentice. Is showing progess Excellent Outstanding Score
Task 2: This will evaluate how well students use the computer/tablet/smartphones etc.. Has some knowledge of using an electronic device to locate information from the internet with a lot of help. Able to use the electronic device well to locate information from the internet with little help. Is very capable of using the electronic device to locate information from the internet with little to no help where necessary. Is extremely advanced and can use the electronic device to locate the information without any form of help. 20
Students should be able to state the importance of the water cycle to living things. Student able to give 1 importance of the water cycle. Student able to give 2 importance of the water cycle and give 1 example. Student able to give 3 importance of the water cycle and give 2 example. Student able to give 4 importance of the water cycle and give more than 3 examples. 30
Students are able to craft a rain gauge. Student was able to create a Rain Gauge. Student was able to craft a rain gauge which fit the description. Student crafted a rain gauge and was able to present rain dairy. Student crafted a beautiful rain gauge including a rain dairy and was able to decorate it. 20

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