Man's Best Friend Rubric

4

Exceeds Expectations

Student:

  • correctly assesses the authors' viewpoint about dogs, supporting the assessment in at least three ways.
  • creates a well-organized plan for a Web page that not only states an opinion but is visually appealing.
  • actively participates in a discussion about the website students explored and the Web pages they created.
3

Meets Expectations

Student:

  • correctly assesses the authors' viewpoint about dogs, giving at least one detail to support the assessment.
  • creates a plan for a Web page that states an opinion and has some color and organization.
  • participates in a discussion about the website students explored and the Web pages they created.
2

Approaching Expectations

Student:

  • correctly assesses the authors' viewpoint but does not give reasons that tell how the assessment was made.
  • creates a simple plan for a Web page but includes little detail.
  • listens during a discussion about the website students explored and the Web pages they created.
1

Below Expectations

Student:

  • is not able to assess the authors' viewpoint.
  • does not create a plan for a Web page.
  • does not listen or contribute to a discussion about the website students explored and the Web pages they created.

 



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