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EVALUATION​


To see how you will be graded, you can look at the rubric below. Your teacher will use this guide to grade your work. Good Luck!


TIMELINE
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SCORE -/8
READABILITY
The timeline is difficult to read.
The timeline is relatively readable.
The overall appearance of the timeline is somewhat appealing & easy to read.
The overall appearance of the timeline is appealing & easy to read.

DATES
Dates are inaccurate &/or missing several key events.
An accurate date has been included for only 3 key events.
An accurate, complete date has been included for up to 5 key events.
An accurate, complete date has been included for 6 - 8 key events.


CASE STUDY
REPORT/ INTERVIEW

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SCORE -/12
WRITTEN ACCOUNT
The student did NOT edit or organise the report.
The student edited & organised the report but the information was not as clear or as interesting as it could have been.
The student edited & organised the report in a way that made the information clear.
The student edited & organised the report in a way that made the information clear & interesting.

KNOWLEDGE GAINED
The report does NOT answer questions about the person who was interviewed.
The report accurately answers a few questions about the person who was interviewed.
The report accurately answers a few questions about the person who was interviewed & somewhat relates to the material being studied in class.
The report accurately answers several questions about the person who was interviewed & relates to the material being studied in class.

PREPARATION
The student did not prepare any questions before the interview.
Before the interview, the student prepared several factual questions to ask.
Before the interview, the student prepared a couple of in-depth questions & several factual questions to ask.
Before the interview, the student prepared several in-depth & factual questions to ask.


ORAL PRESENTATION
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SCORE -/12
CLARITY OF VOICE
Student mumbles, incorrectly pronounces terms, & speaks too quietly for students in the back of the class to hear.
Student's voice is low. Student incorrectly pronounces terms. Audience members have difficulty hearing the presentation.
Student's voice is clear. Student pronounces most words correctly. Most audience members can hear the presentation.
Student uses a clear voice & correct, precise pronunciation of terms so that all the audience members can hear the presentation.

EYE CONTACT WITH AUDIENCE
Student reads all of report with no eye contact.
Student occasionally uses eye contact, but still reads most of report.
Student maintains eye contact most of the time but frequently returns to notes.
Student maintains eye contact with audience, seldom returning to notes.

USE OF VISUAL RESOURCES
Student uses unnecessary visual aids or no visual aids.
Student occasionally uses visual aids that rarely support text & presentation.
Student's visual aids relate to text & presentation.
Student's visual aids explain & reinforce screen text & presentation.