Multiage

The 4-F Latitude Project

Non-Fiction Books

Process Skills

Final Evaluation Rubrics

Day to Day Work

Volcano

Volcano Web Sites

Cite

Final Evaluation Rubrics

Characteristic

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5

Approximate Location

 

 

 

 

 

Exact Location and Map

 

 

 

 

 

Identify climate, landforms, animals and plants

 

 

 

 

 

Climate-Dress

 

 

 

 

 

Landforms- Live

 

 

 

 

 

Plants and Animals-Food

 

 

 

 

 

People-Environment

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rubric Meanings

1= No key elements are adequately developed or errors interfere with understand the content.

2= to a limited degree- missing some key points.

3=to a satisfactory degree- all points are covered

4=to a moderately high degree- multiple correct examples given.

5= to an exceptionally high degree- multiple and creative or unique examples given.

 

Visual- Spatial Projects: This kind of project requires students to create visual displays and metal images through which their knowledge and learning can be evaluated. To do this kind of project, students must have active imaginations, form mental images and recognize relationships of objects in space. They make use of images, designs, color, shapes, textures, pictures, visual symbols and patterns. (The Rubrics Way- Using MI to Assess Understanding. Lazear, David. 1998)

Thinking Rubric for Group One

 

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5

Images

 

Single images or pictures that are related to the topic

 

Uses a variety of images related to the topic

Uses many images t hat show complex relationships.

Relationships

 

Clear one to one relationships.

 

Multiple linear relationships

Elaborate, linear and non-linear relationships shown.

Color, Spacing

and Neatness

 

Represented items are present yet not fully planned out.

 

Each element forms a pleasing balance visually.

Exceptional quality to the selections with obvious creative planning.

 

Thinking Rubric for Group Two

 

1

2

3

4

5

Images

 

Single images or pictures that are related to the topic

 

Uses a variety of images related to the topic

Uses many images t hat show complex relationships.

Relationships

 

Clear one to one relationships.

 

Multiple linear relationships

Elaborate, linear and non-linear relationships shown.

Sound or Visual Recordings

 

Records the obvious.

Shows a thoughtful composition

 

Shows a creative, unusual interpretation of what is being shown.

 

Presentation Rubric

 

 

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2

3

4

5

Explains how they did the project.

         

Provides key information about the details of the project.

         

Speaks clearly and audibly

         

Answers questions well

         

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