Pioneer Days in Canada

Evaluation

Students' work will be evaluated according to the following rubric. Students who score only 1 or 2 will be considered to have submitted unacceptable work. A score of 3 is acceptable, while a score of 4 is considered excellent work.

 

Beginning

1

Developing

2

Accomplished

3

Exemplary

4

Score

Pictures/ drawings

Does not include any pictures or drawings.

 

Includes some pictures or drawings but not all are relevant.

Includes relevant pictures or drawings that illustrate most of the life in pioneer times.

Includes relevant pictures or drawings that illustrate all aspects of life in pioneer times.


Introduction

Does not give any information as to where and when in Canada they are reporting

Provides a little information about where and when in Canada they are reporting.

Provides good information about when or where in Canada they are reporting.

Provides good information about when and where in Canada they are reporting.


Journal Entries

Journal entry does not give any information and does not reflect the life of pople in the 1800's.

Journal entry gives a little information but does not present a picture of the life of people in the 1800's.

Journal entry covers most of the required information and presents a basic picture of the life of people in the 1800's.

Journal entry covers all the required information and presents a well developed picture of the life of people in the 1800's.


Research & Gather Information

Does not collect any information that relates to the topic.

Collects very little information, but some relates to the topic.

Collects some basic information, most of which relates to the topic.

Collects a great deal of information, all of which relates to the topic.


Conventions

of Print

Very frequent grammar and spelling errors which makes the writing impossible to understand.

Frequent grammar and spelling errors which make the writing difficult to understand.

Grammar and spelling errors do not detract from understanding the writing.

Grammar and spelling errors are infrequent, and writing is clear.


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