WebQuest

Figurative Language

Evaluation

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Rubric

# Beginning 1 Developing 2 Very Good 3 Exemplary 4 Score
Simile & Metaphor Presentation gives a definition of both simile and metaphor. May accurately explain the difference between the two. An example of each is given from the reading. Several spelling or grammatical errors. Presentation gives a definition of both simile and metaphor. May accurately explain the difference between the two. An example of each is given from the reading. Some spelling or grammatical errors. Presentation gives a definition of both simile and metaphor. Accurately explains the difference between the two. An example of each is given from the reading. Few spelling or grammatical errors. Presentation gives a definition of both simile and metaphor. Accurately explains the difference between the two. An example of each is given from the reading. No spelling or grammatical errors. %25
Personification Presentation gives a definition of personification. At least one example is provided from the text OR a student-created example is provided that may go along with the story. Several spelling or grammatical errors. Presentation gives a definition of personification. At least one example is provided from the text OR a student-created example is provided that may go along with the story. Some spelling or grammatical errors. Presentation gives a definition of personification. At least one example is provided from the text OR a student-created example is provided that goes along with the story. Few spelling or grammatical errors. Presentation gives a definition of personification. At least one example is provided from the text OR a student-created example is provided that goes along with the story. No spelling or grammatical errors. %25
Onomatopoeia Presentation gives a definition of onomatopoeia. At least one example is provided from the text OR a student-created example is provided that may go along with the story. Several spelling or grammatical errors. Presentation gives a definition of onomatopoeia. At least one example is provided from the text OR a student-created example is provided that may go along with the story. Some spelling or grammatical errors. Presentation gives a definition of onomatopoeia. At least one example is provided from the text OR a student-created example is provided that goes along with the story. Few spelling or grammatical errors. Presentation gives a definition of onomatopoeia. At least one example is provided from the text OR a student-created example is provided that goes along with the story. No spelling or grammatical errors. %25
Hyperbole Presentation gives a definition of hyperbole. At least one example is provided from the text OR a student-created example is provided that may go along with the story. Several spelling or grammatical errors. Presentation gives a definition of hyperbole. At least one example is provided from the text OR a student-created example is provided that may go along with the story. Some spelling or grammatical errors. Presentation gives a definition of hyperbole. At least one example is provided from the text OR a student-created example is provided that goes along with the story. Few spelling or grammatical errors. Presentation gives a definition of hyperbole. At least one example is provided from the text OR a student-created example is provided that goes along with the story. No spelling or grammatical errors. %25

Total Score: %100

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