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WebQuest: World Tour
About this Daily Classroom Special
World Tour was written by Amy Lapointe, a third grade teacher in New Rochelle, New York. 

World Tour


Rubric

Your virtual scrapbook and your postcards will be evaluated based on the criteria below.
 
 

Travel Status Scrapbook Postcards
First Class Exceptional pictures.
All information is correct and complete.
Strong reflection of each culture is present.
Outstanding picture.
Thoughtful comparison.
Excellent use of language and mechanics.
Neatly written.
Business Class Good pictures.
Most information is correct and complete.
Accurate reflection of each culture is present.
Good picture.
Accurate comparison.
Correct use of language and mechanics.
Mostly neat handwriting.
Coach Class Average pictures.
Some information is correct and complete.
Some reflection of culture is present.
Picture attempted.
Attempt at comparison.
Attempt at correct use of language and mechanics.
Legible handwriting.
Economy Class Some pictures present.
Missing or mostly incorrect information.
No reflection of culture present.
Rushed picture, if present.
No attempt at comparison.
Handwriting is difficult to read..
Standby Missing pictures.
Missing or mostly incorrect information.
No refection of culture present.
No attempt made.

 
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