WebQuest

Medieval History Webquest 1: The Fall of the Roman Empire

Evaluation

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Your list will be assessed on four categories: number of reasons why the Roman Empire collapsed, specific examples of some of the reasons for the decline of the Roman Empire listed, appearance and content of the list, and your peer's grade for your participation with the assignment.

See the rubric below to see how the aliens will grade you.  If you follow this guide, you will be sure to help Mr. Watson regain his knowledge!

Rubric

# Score
Points of the timeline 10 points - Students have at least 6 points and legitimate explanations for their list. 7 points - Students have 4-5 points and legitimate explanations for their list. 5 points - Students have 3-2 points and legitimate explanations for their list. 2 points - Students have only 1 or zero point and legitimate explanations for their list.. 10
Specific examples 10 points - There is at least three specific examples (with years, time frames, or dates included) listed on the list that were relevant to the topic. 7 points - There is two specific examples (with years, time frames, or dates included) listed on the list that were relevant to the topic. 7 points - There is one specific examples (with years, time frames, or dates included) listed on the list that were relevant to the topic. 7 points - There is zero specific examples (with years, time frames, or dates included) listed on the list that were relevant to the topic. 10
Appearance and content 10 points - Students have created a professional list using all four points: legitimate reason for the decline, computer generated, colorful pictures, and creativity. 7 points - Students have created a professional list using three of the following points: legitimate reason for the decline, computer generated, colorful pictures, and creativity. 5 points - Students have created a professional list using two of the following points: legitimate reason for the decline, computer generated, colorful pictures, and creativity. 2 points - Students have created a professional list using one or zero none of the following points: legitimate reason for the decline, computer generated, colorful pictures, and creativity. 10
Peer's assessment 10 points - Peer's grade from 10-0. 7 points - Peer's grade from 10-0. 5 points - Peer's grade from 10-0. 2 points - Peer's grade from 10-0. 10

Total Score: 40

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