Evaluation

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Beginning
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Developing
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Qualified
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Exemplary
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Score

Knowledge of what states border West Virginia

Student identifies none of the five bordering states of West Virginia.

Student identifies 1-2 bordering states of West Virginia.

Student identifies  3-4 bordering states of West Virginia.

Student identifies all five bordering states of West Virginia.

Knowledge of where each state is located on the map

Student does not identify where any of the five bordering states of West Virginia are located on a map.

Student identifies where 1-2 bordering states of West Virginia are located on a map.

Student identifies where 3-4 bordering states of West Virginia are located on a map.

Student identifies where all five bordering states of West Virginia are located on a map.

Designed and created a new state flag for one of the bordering states

Student did not complete this activity.

Student designed a new state flag but does not represent what they learned about that state.

Student was creative and designed a new state flag that somewhat represents what they learned about that state.

Student was creative and designed a new state flag that represents what they learned about that state.

Presentation

Students discussed 0-1 of the following questions in their presentation: 

1) Which bordering state you chose?

2) Where it is located on the map? 

3) What you learned about this state?

4) Why did you design the flag the way you did? What does each thing you put on the flag represent?

Students discussed 2 of the following questions in their presentation: 

1) Which bordering state you chose?

2) Where it is located on the map? 

3) What you learned about this state?

4) Why did you design the flag the way you did? What does each thing you put on the flag represent?

Students discussed 3 of the following questions in their presentation: 

1) Which bordering state you chose?

2) Where it is located on the map? 

3) What you learned about this state?

4) Why did you design the flag the way you did? What does each thing you put on the flag represent?.

Students discussed all of the following questions in their presentation:

 1) Which bordering state you chose?

2) Where it is located on the map? 

3) What you learned about this state?

4) Why did you design the flag the way you did? What does each thing you put on the flag represent?

 Partner Work

Student did not work well with partner. Several issues occurred, which led to the incompletion and off task behavior during this assignment.

Student worked okay with partner, with 5 or less issues occurring. They contributed to the completion of the WebQuest most of the time and rarely helped each other build ideas..

Student worked with partner very well, with less than 2 issues come up. They contributed to the completion of the WebQuest and helped build ideas off of each other.

Student worked with partner very well, with no issues. They contributed to the completion of the WebQuest and helped build ideas off of each other.