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Beginning

1

Developing

2

Accomplished

3

Exemplary

4

 

Research & Gather Information

 

Does not collect any information that relates to the topic.
Collects very little information--some relates to the topic.
Collects some basic information--most relates to the topic.
Collects a great deal of information--all relates to the topic.

 

Fulfill Team Role's Duties

 

 

Does not perform any duties of assigned team role..
Performs very little duties.
Performs nearly all duties.
Performs all duties of assigned team role.

 

Share Equally

 

 

Always relys on others to do the work.
Rarely does the assigned work--often needs reminding.
Usually does the assigned work--rarely needs reminding.
Always does the assigned work without having to be reminded.

 

Cooperate with Teammates

 

Never cooperates with teammates.
Rarely cooperates.
Sometimes cooperates.
Usually cooperates with teammates.
 

Introduction

No information given as to what to expect in report.
Some information given as to what to expect in report.
Adequate information given so that reader is aware of what report is about.
A very concise introduction which shows that the writer is very aware of the reader.

 

Role

Does not answers any of the questions assigned to the role in the WebQuest.
Answers some of the questions assigned to the role in the WebQuest.
Answers most of the questions assigned to the role in the WebQuest.
Answers all of the questions and includes many interesting facts.

 

Task

Does not detail problems caused by acid rain but offers no recommendations.
Details some problems caused by acid rain but offer no recommendations.
Details many of the problems caused by acid rain and offers some recommendations.
Details many of the problems caused by acid rain and offers many recommendations.

 

Conclusion

Presents no explanation of research.
Presents an explanation of research but tends to be confusing or unclear.
Presents a logical explanation of research and some possible solutions.
Presents a superior explanation of research and offers many possible solutions.

 

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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