WebQuest

Compound Interest: The Ninth Wonder of the World

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# 1 Beginning 2 Developing 3 Accomplished 4 Exemplary Score
Use of Class Time Student fails to actively work on assignment during class time. Student has to be reminded (numerous times) to work on assignment. Assignment is submitted late. Student puts forth minimal effort in class to work on assignment. Student has to be directed to stay on task and focus on completing assignment. Assignment is handed in on time. Student makes use of class time (most of the time) to work on assignment. Student does not have to be reminded to work on assignment (most of the time). Student stays on task (most of the time). Assignment is handed in on time. Student actively works on assignment. Student stays focused and remains on task. Student does not have to be reminded to work on assignment.  Assignment is handed in on time. %25
Accurate Completion of All Mathematical Computations Student fails to complete any mathematical calculations on worksheet. Worksheet incomplete. Student attempts to complete mathematical calculations, but lacks understanding of financial concepts to accomplish task. Worksheet partially completed. Student completes all mathematical calculations with minimal number of errors or omissions. Worksheet complete. Student completes all mathematical calculations with high degree of accuracy. Worksheet complete. %25
Concise Written Summary of each Task  Student fails to address concepts presented. Student is unable to convey the the lesson's objectives and is unable to communicate a logical conclusion. Student fails to educate others on the importance of a financial plan. Student addresses concepts presented. Student has a basic understanding of the lesson's objectives but does not elaborate. Student attempts to communicate the importance of having a financial plan. Student addresses concepts presented. Student has a clear understanding of the lesson's objectives and good grasp of the essential concepts. Student's conclusion provides adequate information on the importance of having a financial plan.  Student addresses concepts presented. Student has clearly defined the lesson's objectives. Summary is well developed and well organized. Student's conclusion is compelling and persuasive regarding the importance of having a financial plan. %25
Comprehensive Oral/Visual Presentation and Conclusion Student fails to create a presentation that correlates to his summary or conclusion. Audience is not educated based on material presented. Presentation is unorganized and contains more than 5 spelling or grammar mistakes. PowerPoint is missing the following elements: Design template/background, slide transitions, pictures or animation of text. Students presentation is average in quality and contains a minimal amount of information on the lesson's objectives. Presentation is organized but contains at least 3 spelling or grammar mistake. Presentation is adequate but not persuasive. PowerPoint contains required elements. Students presentation is above average in quality and contains the information gained from the lesson's objectives. Presentation is well organized and persuasive. PowerPoint contains additional elements that enhance the shows effect.  Students presentation is outstanding in quality and contains an abundance of information and insight from the lesson. Presentation is well organized and highly persuasive. PowerPoint organization and added elements strongly reinforce the lesson's objectives. %25

Total Score: %100

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