WebQuest – Evaluation

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ExemplaryAccomplishedDevelopingBeginning
Spelling and proof-readingNo spelling or grammar errors remain after one or more people (in addition to the typist) read and correct the newspaper.No more than 1-4 spelling or grammar errors remain after one or more people (in addition to the typist) read and correct the newspaper.No more than 5 spelling or grammar errors remain after one or more people (in addition to the typist) read and correct the newspaper.6 or more spelling or grammar errors remain in the final copy of the newspaper.
Graphics100 % of graphics are in focus, are well-cropped and are clearly related to the articles they accompany.80-99% of graphics are in focus and are clearly related to the articles they accompany.60-79% of the graphics are clearly related to the articles they accompany.20-59% of the graphics are not clearly related to the articles OR no graphics were used.
Contributions of group membersEach person in the group has contributed without prompting from teachers or peers.Each person in the group has contributed with 1-2 reminders from peers.Each person in the group has contributed with 3-4 reminders from teachers or peers.One or more students in the group required quite a lot of assistance (5 or more reminders) from teachers or peers.
Articles - purpose90-100% of the articles/advertisements establish a clear purpose in the lead paragraph and demonstrate a clear understanding of the topic.85-89% of the articles/advertisements establish a clear purpose in the lead paragraph and demonstrate a clear understanding of the topic.75-84% of the articles/advertisements establish a clear purpose in the lead paragraph and demonstrate a clear understanding of the topic.Less than 75% of the articles/advertisements establish a clear purpose in the lead paragraph and demonstrate a clear understanding of the topic.
Newspaper mechanicsStudents use template provided or created their own template with no errors.Students use template provided or created their own template with 1-2 errors.Students use template provided or created their own template with 3-4 errors.Students do not use template provided or create their own template with 5 or more errors.
Use the table to evaluate the work that you have produced. Carry out your evaluation as a team and remember to be honest.

 

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