World Religions Webquest

Evaluation
Introduction
Task
Process
Notes
Resources
Presentations
Group Evaluation Form
Evaluation
Conclusion
Credits

Evaluation

Below is a copy of the rubric that will be used to grade your project. 

Beginning

1

Developing

2

Accomplished

3

Exemplary

4

Score

Religion Group Powerpoint Presentation

Group presentation will describe the geographic and historic origin of one major religion.

 

Origin of the religion is described using non-specific terms.
Origin of religion is described using geographic terms and includes some information about how the religion began.
Geographic location, time in history, and people involved in the origin of the religion are accurately described.
Description of origin of religion includes time, place, people and major events involved in the beginning of the religion are accurately described.

Entire group will present information to the rest of the class using a PowerPoint presentation.

Group presentation consists of reading the PowerPoint slides.  Only  a few group members participate in the presentation. Group presentation includes all member of the group.  Members read the PowerPoint slides. Presentation includes all members of the group.  PowerPoint is explained.  Presentation lacks evidence of rehearsal. Presentation is obviously rehearsed.  Each group member has a part in the presentation.  PowerPoint slides are not read but explained.

Map

 

Describe the origin and diffusion of  the major world religion.

Use maps, charts, and globes.

 

 

Group completes a map showing the geographic location of the origin of the religion.
Group submits a detailed map showing the geographic location of the origin of the religion. Surrounding countries and important landmarks are labeled.  
Group submits a map showing the geographic location of the origin of the religion and the spread of the religion through 1500.  Map includes important landmarks and cities. Map includes cardinal directions.
Group submits a  map showing the geographic location of the origin of the religion and the spread of the religion through 1500.   Map includes important landmarks and cities. Map includes cardinal directions. The map is neat and color is used to add detail.

 

 
 
 
 

Group Participation

 

Students will work within a group to meet a specific goal.

 

 

On group evaluation form, student's participation is ranked as poor or non-existent.  Group members cannot name specific contributions made by student.

On group evaluation form some of student's work is ranked as being good but specific examples of lack of responsibility are evident.

On group evaluation formstudent's work is ranked as being important to the overall success of the project.

On group evaluation formstudent's work is ranked as critical for the success of the project.  Specific examples of student's contribution are included