On this page you will find rubrics for various activities.

 

Broken Arrow Boy: Timeline Project Rubric

     This rubric is the companion assignment for the "Tic-Tac-Toe" project created for "Differentiation Supported by Technology". The project chart can be found on the "Differentiation Strategies" page of this wiki.

 

     Rubric use description:

Logic

Adam’s Timeline

 

  Using xTimeline, create a timeline of at least eight events from Adam’s book. Include everything from the accident to his “broken arrow ceremony” at the end. Each item on the timeline needs either a text description or an image illustrating the event. Images can be altered from Discovery Education, taken with a digital camera, or created using MicroSoft Paint.

Student Instructions:

  1. All projects must have the following information:
    1. your name, grade and section
    2. the color column it came from
    3. the title and author of the book
    4. the title of your project
  2. Complete one project from each color column – double check to make sure all parts of the project are included
  3. Complete and turn in the post project evaluation
  4. Any pictures which are needed may be taken from Discovery Education (http://www.discoveryeducation.com)

or taken with the digital camera. In many projects, you may also choose to design your own using

MicroSoft Paint. You may edit pictures using Picnik (http://picnik.com).

  1. Projects using PhotoStory, Movie Maker, or PowerPoint are all interchangeable (for example, if it calls for

PhotoStory you may substitute it with PowerPoint) as long as all guidelines are met.

  1. All projects will be uploaded and/or linked to our class wiki.

 

 

 

Alice Flipside Story Collaboration Project

     This rubric was created as a part of the Social Networking assignment for "Internet Tools for Teaching".

 

                                       

Goal

 

 

 

 

 

Monkey gets the whole picture!

Monkey is getting there!

Monkey is missing something important

Monkey needs to ask for help

Category

4

Excellent

3

Good

2

Developing

1

Beginning

 

 

 

 

 

Research Strategies

Fairy tales were researched on the internet; notes were taken from the selected fairy tale; on task every work session.

Fairy tales were researched on the internet; notes were taken from the selected fairy tale; teacher redirected to the task one or two times.

Fairy tales were researched on the internet; only two or three notes were taken from the selected fairy tale; teacher redirected to the task one or two times.

Fairy tales were researched on the internet; only one or two notes were taken from the selected fairy tale; teacher redirected to the task three or more times.

Story Development

Story idea is complete with a beginning, middle, and end; story maintains the main events from the original fairy tale; roles of the protagonist and antagonist are switched from the original fairy tale.

Story idea is missing either a beginning, middle, or end; story maintains the main events from the original fairy tale; roles of the protagonist and antagonist are switched from the original fairy tale.

Story idea is missing two of the following (circled items): a beginning, middle, or end; story maintains the main events from the original fairy tale; roles of the protagonist and antagonist are switched from the original fairy tale.

Story idea is missing three or more of the following (circled items): beginning, middle, end; story maintains the main events from the original fairy tale; roles of the protagonist and antagonist are switched from the original fairy tale.

Presentation Mechanics (Spelling and Grammar) 

There are no spelling or grammar mistakes in the presentation.

There are one or two spelling or grammar mistakes in the presentation.

There are three spelling or grammar mistakes in the presentation.

There are four or more spelling or grammar mistakes in the presentation.

“Alice” Presentation (or PowerPoint) 

Presentation includes titling at least two characters, scenery, text, at least four examples of animation, and follows a logical sequence.

Presentation includes titling, at least two characters, scenery, text, and follows a logical sequence, but only has two or three examples of animation

Presentation is missing two of the following (circled elements): titling, at least two characters, scenery, text, at least four examples of animation, follows a logical sequence.

Presentation is missing three or more of the following (circled elements): titling, at least two characters, scenery, text, at least four examples of animation, follows a logical sequence.

Group Work

Group members worked well as a team every day; presentation was submitted by the date due.

Group members worked well as a team every day; presentation was submitted after the date due.

Group members had difficulty working as a team during two or more work sessions (the teacher needed to intervene); presentation was submitted by the date due.

Group members had difficulty working as a team during two or more work sessions (the teacher needed to intervene); presentation was submitted after the date due.

Teacher Evaluation Comments

 

 

 

 

 

Web 2.0 Site Evaluation Rubric

     This rubric was created for "Internet Tools for Teaching" as a base evaluative tool for Web 2.0 sites. It can be accessed and viewed at http://wilkes.campuspack.net/Users/Denise.Whiteman/u03a1_Research_Analysis