Evaluation

Introduction

Task

Process

Evaluation

Conclusion

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Excellent

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Good 

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Fair

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Poor

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Score

 

Research/Role  Accurate, well developed, informative, all important aspects and/or questions were answered. Accurate, most important aspects and/or questions were answered. Vague, few important aspects and/or questions were answered. Little, if any, research was completed on the assigned role in the family.
Group Dynamic Students worked well independently researching, and worked well together using that research to create their family. Students worked well either independently researching or writing, but there were a few problems working cooperatively. Students had some problems working independently and in their groups. Students did not do well researching or working in their group.
Presentation/ Poster  Poster contains all information required as well as pictures and other important facts about your family. Poster is visually appealing and presentation is well put together and very organized. Poster contains no more than the required information found on the process page and few pictures.  Poster is somewhat appealing and presentation contains few mistakes and is organized Poster does not contains all required information and little , if any, pictures.  Poster is not appealing and presentation contains many mistakes and is not well organized. Poster contains none of the required elements.  Presentation contains no organization.  
Individual research questions to turn in The assignment is complete and contains no grammatical, punctuation or spelling errors.  The assignment is the desired length. The assignment is complete, yet contains few grammatical, punctuation, or spelling errors.  The assignment is the desired length The assignment is not thoroughly completed and contains grammatical, punctuation, or spelling errors.  The assignment is too short. The assignment answers only 1 or 2 questions and contains many grammatical, punctuation, or spelling errors.  The assignment is too short.

 

 


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