WebQuest

Charting the Course: Social Studies WebQuest

Evaluation

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Apart from the rubric below, students will self-assess some of their work, which will be noted under the Process Tab. How students will self-assess their work will furthermore be noted. Furthermore, some work samples will be added to a student portfolio, which will document students' progress on Social Studies concepts. The assignments added to the portfolio will furthermore be noted under the Progress Tab. Additional rubrics or checklists for assessment will be located under the Evaluation Tab and will be provided to students before they start an assignment so that they are familiar with the respective expectations. 


Day 1 Evaluation: The Word Document will be evaluated by means of an additional rubric. Students play the card game to assess their personal knowledge. Therefore, the Day 1 assignments are not mentioned in this WebQuest rubric.

Day 2 Evaluation: The timeline will be evaluated by students by means of an additional checklist. Students will furthermore submit their paragraph to the portfolio which the teacher will evaluate by means of a rubric. Both can be found under the Evaluation tab. In addition, students' speech will be evaluated by the  WebQuest rubric below.

Day 3 Evaluation: The constitution will be added to the portfolio after having been assessed by peers with the rubric located below. The teacher will also fill out the rubric to evaluate students' constitutions. In addition, the research on monarchy or democracy will be evaluated by the WebQuest rubric below. 

Day 4 Evaluation: The clay model will be evaluated by students through a checklist which can be found below. In addition, the teacher evaluates the students' travel booklet by means of a rubric. The presentation of the travel booklet is evaluated with the WebQuest rubric. 

Day 5 Evaluation: The action plan itself will be reconsidered by the student after his presentation by means of a rubric which can be found under the Evaluation Tab. The teacher will furthermore assess the students' action plan journal with a rubric that is also located under the Evaluation Tab. The presentation of the action plan will be evaluated by means of the WebQuest rubric. 

Rubric

# Poor Satisfactory Good Exceptional Score
Speech of the head of state (part 2) The speech does not address any outcomes of the revolution. The speech addresses 1 outcome of the revolution. The speech addresses 2 to 3 outcomes and effects of the revolution. The speech addresses at least 4 outcomes and effects of the revolution. 4
Research on monarchy or democracy (part 3) None of the research questions were answered. Some of the research questions were answered. The research questions were answered. The reasearch questions were answered with exceptional detail. 4
Presentation of travel booklet (part 4) The presentation was uninformative since it did not include any physical characteristics on Arizona. The presentation included 2 facts about physical characteristics of Arizona. The presentation was informative and interesting and contained 3 to 5 facts about physical characteristics of Arizona. The presentation was informative, creative, and interesting and included at least 6 facts about physical characteristics of Arizona. 4
Presentation of action plan (part 5) The action plan presentation contained no arguments. The action plan presentation contained 1 argument. The action plan presentation contained 2 to 3 arguments. The action plan presentation contained more than 3 supporting arguments. 4

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