WebQuest

Causes of the American Revolution

Evaluation

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Both you and your group will be evaluated using four standards: Task Completion, Content, Organization and Mechanics, and Use of Time.


The maximum score in each category is 4 points.  Point values are as follows:

4 points earned: Outstanding.  This indicates that you put the maximum effort in.
3 points earned: Good.  This indicates that your work was sufficient, but offered nothing special in terms of effort.
2 points earned: Developing.  This indicates that your work falls below minimum standards in this category, but does show some effort.
1 pont earned: Beginning.  This indicates that you failed to provide any effort at all in this category.

Rubric

# 1 - Beginning 2 - Developing 3 - Good 4 - Outstanding Score
Completion of the project.  The task is incomplete.  Several guiding questions have not been addressed.  Finished product shows little effort.  Some aspects of the task are not addressed.  Most guiding questions have been addressed.  Finished product shows effort.  All aspects of the task have been completed.  All questions have been addressed.  Finished product shows good effort.  All aspects of the task have been completed.  All questions have been fully addressed.  Finished product shows a high degree of effort.
Content of the Project.  Most information is irrelevant, inaccurate, and lacks detail.  Finished Product lacks originality.  Some information is inaccurate, irrelevant, and/or lacks sufficient detail.  Finished product may lack original thought.  Information is detailed and relevant.  Minor inaccuracies may be present, but are rare.  Original thought is expressed.  Information is detailed, accurate, and highly relevant to the topic.  High degree of original thought is articulately expressed.
Organization and Mechanics. Disorganization and errors in spelling and grammar severely interfere with the clarity of ideas.  Information is somewhat disorganized.  Transitions and vocabulary may be ineffective.  Errors in spelling and grammar often interfere with the clarity of ideas. Information is logically organized.  Good use of transitions and vocabulary.  Minor errors in spelling or grammar do not interfere with clarity.  Information is logically organized.  Excellent use of transitions and vocabulary.  Flawless spelling and grammar.
Use of time.  Has difficulty getting started and/or staying focused, but meets most deadlines.  May lose focus, but able to self-monitor and get back on task.  May struggle, but meets all deadlines.  Usually focused on the task at hand and prepared to work.  Meets all deadlines.  Always focused on the task at hand and prepared to work.  Meets all deadlines.

Total Score:

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