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WebQuest: Discovering Deserts
Home Introduction Process Task Evaluation Conclusion Credits
Teachers Script Standards Introduction Learners Standards Process Resources Evaluation Conclusion

Evaluation

You will be evaluated in three areas: Research Skills, Cooperative Learning, and Virtual Desert Museum.  Research Skills and Cooperative Learning will be evaluated individually.   Cooperative Learning will be evaluated by both the teacher and your assigned group.  You will want to review this rubric as you are working on your project to help you achieve your desired grade.
 

Beginning

1

Developing

2

Accomplished

3

Exemplary

4

Score

Research Skills Evaluation
Unable to stay on task, collecting very little information from web sites and resources with much assistance.
Difficulty staying on task, researching web sites and resources with much assistance to collect some information.
Staying on task some of the time, researching web sites and resources with some assistance to collect information.
Actively working, staying on task, researching independently using web sites and resource materials to collect information.
 
Cooperative Learning Evaluation






 

Stays on task little of the time and works cooperatively with the group very little of the time.  Shares little of the responsibility of the project.
Stays on task some of time and works cooperatively with the group some of the time.  Shares some of the responsibility of the project.
Stays on task most of the time and works cooperatively with the group most of the time.  Shares most of the responsibility of the project.
Activity working, sharing total responsibility of the project.
 
Virtual 
Desert
Museum Evaluation 






 

Virtual Museum includes up to two of the five areas of research.  Few of the images and effects add to the information presented.  There is no creativity shown with colors and designs. The Museum contains multiple spelling errors and grammatical errors.
Virtual Museum includes up to three of the five areas of research.  Some of the images and effects add to the information presented.  There is little creativity shown with colors and designs. The Museum contains spelling errors and grammatical errors.
Virtual Museum includes four of the five areas of research.  Most of the images and effects add to the information presented.  Museum has some creatively designed effects that include use of colors and designs that enhance the subject.  The Museum contains few spelling errors and grammatical errors.
Virtual Museum includes information from all five areas of research. All images and effects add to the information presented.  Museum is creatively designed with interesting use of colors and designs appropriate to the subject.  Museum contains almost no spelling errors or grammatical errors.
 

 

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