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Earthquake Media rubric

Page history last edited by Heather Durnin 10 years, 1 month ago

Media Rubric: Earthquakes

 

 

Evaluation Criteria

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 Spelling and Punctuation

There is no awareness of grade level spelling punctuation.

 

 

Serious or frequent spelling and punctuation errors make the text difficult to read.

 

There are several minor errors in spelling and punctuation - some may interfere with meaning.

 

Minor errors in spelling and punctuation do not affect clarity.

 

 

There are insignificant errors in spelling and punctuation.  Impact on the text is minor.

 

Word Choice

Text and ideas are clearly not the work of the student.

 Much of the information is in the form of copy/paste.

Text and ideas appear to be copied and pasted without proper citations.

Much of the work may be plagiarized.

It is questionable whether text and ideas are the words and work of the student. 

Some of the work may be plagiarized.

Text and ideas are clearly the work of the student. 

 

Necessary quotes have been properly supported with citations.

Text and ideas are clearly the work of the student and include vivid language. 

Quotes have been properly supported with citations.

 

Sighting and Sourcing Info Sources

No information sources for graphs, pictures, information and music.

Limited information sources for graphs, pictures, information and music are identified.

Information sources for some graphs, pictures, information and music are identified and included as a bibliography at the end of the presentation.

Information sources for graphs, pictures, information and music are clearly identified and included as a bibliography at the end of the presentation.

Information sources for graphs, pictures, information and music are subtly and creatively identified and well-organized as a bibliography at the end of the presentation.

 

Quality and Relevance of Graphics

Attention seems to be paid only to images, many of which are irrelevant.

 

Images are generally of low quality/resolution and do not add to the intended message.

Too much attention paid to images, many of which are irrelevant.

 

Many images are of low quality or resolution and do not add to the intended message.

Presentation includes some relevant and purposeful images.

 

Some images are of high quality or resolution and add to the intended message.

Presentation includes only relevant and purposeful images.

 

Images are generally of high quality/resolution and add to the intended message.

Presentation includes highly relevant images, clearly selected for the purpose or message.

 

All images are of high quality and resolution and enhance the intended message.

 

 

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