Feed the Hungry

A WebQuest about Hunger for High School Students
by Beth Tobin

Evaluation

You will be evaluated on the following aspects of this project:

Group cooperation and collaboration

Creativity

Data gathering and analysis

Technical quality of product

Aesthetics of product

Check the rubric for more detailed explanation.

Rubric

This project has many dimensions to it. You had to do research, collaborate with group members, create a product that is appealing, has technically quality and solves the task. Each of these components will be considered in determining your grade. You will be graded according to the following scale.

Beginning

1

Developing

2

Accomplished

3

Exemplary

4

Score

Task

All areas of the task were addressed and handled with a high degree of sophistication. The plan followed by the team demonstrated a great deal of thought.

At least one area of the task was not addresses. The plan followed by the team demonstrated a great deal of thought.

At least two areas of the task were not addressed. The plan followed by the team demonstrated a moderate level of thought.

The task is incomplete and/or it is apparent that little effort went into the development of the task.

Content

All relevant information and graphics from the teacher, nutritionist and politician is included in summary form in the presentation.

All relevant information from the teacher, nutritionist, and politician is included in summary form in the presentation.

Most relevant information from 2 of 3 members of the group is included in the presentation.

Some relevant information from the teacher, nutritionist and politician is presented.

Organization

Presentation is well organized and follows a logical train of thought.

Presentation is mostly well organized.

Presentation has some information in inappropriate order.

Presentation seems unorganized and is hard to follow.

Copyright and Documentation

All sources are properly cited. Permissions to use any graphics from commercial web sites or other sources have been received, printed and saved.

Most sources are properly cited. Permissions to use any graphics from commercial web sites or other sources have been received, printed and saved.

Some sources have not been properly cited and all permissions have not been received.

Sources have not been properly cited and permissions have not been received.

Technical Quality

Pamphlet, Power Point or Web site is visually appealing. Graphics are well placed. Text is clear and understandable

Presentation contains 2 of the 3 criteria.

Presentation contains 1 of the 3 criteria.

Presentation was obviously thrown together without much effort. No graphics are included.

Originality

The product shows significant evidence of originality and inventiveness. The majority of the content and many of the ideas are fresh, original, inventive, and based upon logical conclusions and sound research.

The product shows evidence of originality and inventiveness. While based on an extensive collection of other people’s ideas, products, images, and inventions, the work extends beyond that collection to offer new insights.

The work is an extensive collection and rehash of other people’s ideas, products, images and inventions. There is no evidence of new thought or inventiveness.

The work is a minimal collection or rehash of other people’s ideas, products, images and inventions. There is no evidence of new thought.

Mechanics

Presentation has no misspellings or grammatical errors.

Presentation has fewer that two misspellings and/or grammatical errors.

Presentation has three or more misspellings and /or grammatical errors.

Presentation has four or more spelling errors and or/ grammatical errors.

Teamwork

The workload was divided and shared equally by all team members.

Most team members contributed their fair share of the work.

Most team members participated in some aspects of the work, but workloads varied.

The workload was not divided equally and few team members contributed their fair share.

Individual Participation (worth 10% of grade)

Participation in group as equal partner in work. Individual understanding of information is displayed in report that is clear and complete.

Participation is group is good. Individual report is completed.

Participation in the group is not displayed as an equal team member. Individual report is inadequate.

Participation in inadequate. Report is inadequate.

 

   Conclusion

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last updated October 18, 2010, pages created May, 2002
St. Peter-Marian Junior/Senior High School