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Assignment: Follow the Webquest, complete the worksheet


and create either a short story or journal entry.

Net Yet
(0)

Some
Evidence
(1)

Did you read through the whole of the Webquest


articles?
Did you take notes while reading the articles?
Did you answer all the questions on the worksheet?
Using complete sentences? (Proper punctuation and
grammar uses?)
Answers have supporting evidence from articles
(quotations or paraphrasing).
Citations are properly used from quotations and
paraphrasing.
Is the Short Story/Journal Entry completed?
Clear organization of the story/journal. (There is a
clear beginning, middle, and end that follow
logically.)
There is obvious evidence incorporated from the
articles and worksheet.
Proper use of grammar, punctuation, and sentence
structure, etc.
The journal entry/short story has outside
information that adds to the story; it is not
distracting or disrupting to the organization of the
story.
How affective is the story/ journal entry in its
narrative structure?
Did you meet the page and a half minimum/ did you
make sure not to exceed the five-page maximum?
Did you understand the material at hand?
Answers questions correctly and applies evidence
appropriately.
The answers make sense with the question being
asked.
Used outside knowledge to apply to the questions
and short story/journal entry.
Completed all of the assignments that went with the
Webquest.
Totally Points: _____________

Description

Okay
(2)

Very Good
(3)

Excellent
(4)

Writing judging
on grammar,
punctuation, use
of language, and
presentation of
sentence
structure.

Needs
Improvement
(1)
Uses little to no
punctuation.
Does not
display
understanding
of grammar
and sentence
structure. Lots
of spelling
errors.

Uses some
punctuation
correctly and
displays some
understanding
of grammar and
sentence
structure. A
large portion of
spelling errors.

Uses mostly
correct
punctuation.
Displays an
adequate
understanding of
grammar and
sentence
structure. Some
spelling errors.

Only includes
one or two
punctuation
and spelling
errors.
Proficient
understanding
of grammar and
sentence
structure.

Comprehension
did you
understand what
you were reading
and implement it
accordingly.

Shows little to
no
understanding
of the
information
presented.

Shows some
understanding
of the
information
presented.

Shows an
adequate
understanding of
the information
presented.

Shows a skillful
and appropriate
understanding
of the
information
presented.

Effort how
much did you try
on the
assignments.

Student did not


put much
effort into the
assignments/
did not
complete the
assignment
Student uses
no quotations
or evidence
from the
websites to
back up
argument.

Student put little


effort into the
assignment, but
some of it was
incomplete or
missing.

Student put
effort into the
assignments, but
did not put extra
thoughts into
the assignments.

Student clearly
put lots of
effort and
thought into
the
assignments.

Student uses
some quotations
and evidence,
but does not
necessarily
support their
argument.

Student uses
quotations and
evidence, but
does not cite
correctly. Some
quotes are not
accurate for
argument.

Student uses
correct
quotations,
evidence and
citations with
little mistakes,
to support their
argument.

Evidence use of
quotations from
the websites to
back up your
answers. Use
correct citation.

Score

Creativity how
much thought
did you put into
the short story or
journal entry.
How did you
incorporate
information
learned from the
Webquest.

Little to no
thought is
present in the
short story or
journal entry.
Uses no
information
from the
webquest.

There is some
creativity in the
short story or
journal entry,
but not a lot of
information
from the
webquest
integrated into
the writing.

There is clear
creativity
present in the
short story or
journal entry,
but there is little
information
from the
webquest.

There is
obvious
creativity and
extra thinking
applied, with
integration of
information
learned from
the webquest.

Grade Equivalents:
A = 18 - 20 points (90%)
B=16 - 17 points (80%)
C = 14 -15 points (70%)
13 or below Not Yet

Common Core:
W.5.3d write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or
events using effective technique, descriptive detail, and clear event
sequences. Provide a conclusion that follows from the narrated
experiences or events.
RL.5.1 Quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text says
explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.
L.5.2 Demonstrate command of the convention of standard English
capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing.
L.5.1 demonstrate command of the convention of standard English
grammar and usage when writing or speaking.