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Flatclassroom Project Peer Review Form

Page history last edited by Mrs. Durff 15 years, 8 months ago

Rubric for Flatclassroom/Horizon Project Sounding Boards

 

Teacher Name: Mrs. Durff

 

Student Names: USE SCREEN NAMES

 

Team reviewed: _____________________________________________________

 

Listening may affect your grade - please listen to all my instructions before you begin!

[Your work is to be posted in two places= 1. On your blog with a tag 2. On the discussion tab of their wiki with a tag]

 

Tuesday

I. PART ONE

EACH CATEGORY (marked with a bullet) GETS EITHER:

4-5 points

3 points

2 points

1 point

 

  • 3 Key Facts identified from other students’ project

 

5 Facts lead you to acquire new knowledge and lead into further research or enquiry/inquiry.

4 Facts are relevant, offer excellent grasp of material, and shows comprehension of material

3 Shows evidence of understanding most of the major concepts and ideas

2 Has mostly shallow or limited grasp of the material

1 Little or no grasp of content

 

  • Knowledge/Comprehension

5 Questions posed to other students about their project

4 Questions are relevant, posed in a manner that displays good citizenship, and useful to the overall research project.

3 Questions are either poorly stated or not relevant, but useful to the overall project.

2 Questions are either poorly stated or not relevant, and may not necessarily be useful to the overall project.

1 Questions are not at all relevant or useful.

 

  • Good Citizenship

5 Student positively critiques the work of others and has clearly worked hard to word his or her responses in a tactful manner.

4 Student positively critiques the work of others but could have worked harder to word his or her responses in a tactful manner.

3 Student seems unaware or uninterested in responding to others without being prompted.

2 Student offers inadequate or very low levels of support to positions of others.

 

  • Assignment Criteria

5 Student has exceeded the expectations of the course assignment.

4 Student has fulfilled the requirements of the assignment satisfactorily.

3 Student has attempted to meet the most basic levels of the assignment.

2 Student has not met the requirements of the assignment.

 

  • Grammar and Spelling

5 Student uses complex, grammatically correct sentences regularly; demonstrates a high level of vocabulary; has rare misspellings.

4 Sentences are generally grammatically correct; occasional misspellings; spellchecker may not have been used.

3 Ideas are understood, but show signs of disorganization; frequent grammar and spelling errors.

2 Poor use of the language garbles much of the message; only an occasional idea is apparent; spellchecker and grammar check clearly not used.

 

  • Clarity of Written Expression

5 Student expresses themselves very clearly and has formatted the online dialogue to aid understanding.

4 Clear expression of the language is demonstrated most of the time.

3 Clear expression of the language is sometimes evident. Some of the wording is vague and ambiguous.

2 Student does not express themselves clearly.

1 Post this information on your blog. I will get it in my RSS aggregator for grading.

 

Wednesday

II. PART TWO

Write a one page letter to the wiki's authors. Tell them a)what is good about their wiki b)what improvements you think should be added to their wiki c)the lasting impact their wiki-work will have on all who read it. Post your letter on your blog AND on the discussion tab of their wiki. It is a good idea to compose your letter in Word first and save it before you post it anywhere. It will appear in my RSS aggregator for grading.

 

Thursday

III. PART THREE

Self-Reflection/Metacognition

Self-assessment requires you to evaluate your own thought processes. Reflective questions are the foundation of metacognition. Answer these questions in a substantial blog entry, using only complete sentences with standard English grammar:

* What was the most difficult part of this review for you?

* What do you think you should do next?

* If you could do this task again, what would you do differently?

* What did you learn from this review?

This section has a total of 20 points available. If you can produce a substantial blog entry answering all four questions with 50 words or less you can get 20pts. If your blog entry answering all four questions is between 51-100 words and correct you are eligible for 16 pts. If your blog entry is above 100 words you are only eligible for 12pts.

(Hint: Compose your blog entry on Microsoft Word. Have one of your peer review team members read it and edit it. Then reread and edit it yourself. Then upload it to your blog. Microsoft Word will count the words for you on the tools tab.)

If you did the class work in class, then you should be reading this in your RSS aggregator and not on the blog.)

 

Thursday

IV. PART FOUR

 

Search technorati or del.icio.us using the tags on the wiki you reviewed. List two relevant sources of information that the wiki team did not.

This review project for BCA has 80 possible points + 5 extra-credit points.

 

Part One =____(how many points?)

 

 

Part Two =____(how many points?)

 

 

Part Three =___(how many points?)

 

 

 

POST Group's score on the discussion tab (also called Comments tab) with your initials

 

Please tag your work with: flatclassroomproject2007 soundingboard peerreview

Comments (16)

Anonymous said

at 9:32 am on Nov 12, 2007

group 1 gets a 4 out of 5!!!!

Anonymous said

at 9:34 am on Nov 12, 2007

group 7 gets a 4 out of 5

Anonymous said

at 9:36 am on Nov 12, 2007

group9: Part One=5 Part Two=5 Part Three=6 16 out 15 :-)

Anonymous said

at 9:39 am on Nov 12, 2007

She did very well explaining it and covering her topic. She got a lot of key topics into it. There were a few grammar errors but not many. She needs to have more clarity with what she is saying. When she talks about globilazation and outsourcing, it gets confusing sometimes. It gets into a lot of technical terms. I am not saying some technical terms are bad, but there are too many in there. Overall it is very good and she gets a 4.

Anonymous said

at 9:39 am on Nov 12, 2007

very good, but the cartoon is confusing those hyperlinks are very helpful, good job group 9

Anonymous said

at 9:40 am on Nov 12, 2007

group3 part gets a 4-out of 5

Anonymous said

at 9:42 am on Nov 12, 2007

group 10 gets a 10 outa 10

Anonymous said

at 9:50 am on Nov 12, 2007

He did very well covering his topics and did not have any grammar errors at all. He gets a 10.

Anonymous said

at 10:03 am on Nov 12, 2007

We think she did very well!she has videos as well!

Anonymous said

at 8:02 pm on Nov 12, 2007

Group 1 gets a 4 out of 5!she did pretty good!she explained things and she had good gramer as well as goog spelling!!!!Her blog was very interesting!she is doing very well so far!!!!

Anonymous said

at 8:59 am on Nov 14, 2007

group three has got a 4 out of a five!so you need give better topic sentences!and not borning sentences like what ever one you used for your topic sentence!you need to explain whats going to happen and if your to combine a sentence where you would put the perid put a comma!

Anonymous said

at 8:59 am on Nov 14, 2007

She did not do anyting new on her project since Monday. She did very well explaining it and covering her topic. She got a lot of key topics into it. There were a few grammar errors but not many. She needs to have more clarity with what she is saying. When she talks about globilazation and outsourcing, it gets confusing sometimes. It gets into a lot of technical terms. I am not saying some technical terms are bad, but there are too many in there. Overall it is very good and she gets a 4.

Anonymous said

at 9:00 am on Nov 14, 2007

She did very well, but when I watched the video I couldn't really understand and hear what she was saying partly because of the music. One of the guys on the video I could really hear well and understand but the other one I couldm't quite understand. Basically overall dhe did very well. I give her a 4-out of 5

Anonymous said

at 9:07 am on Nov 14, 2007

group 7 did very well. it was a very thorough esssay; it was very well explained. i give it a 4.

Anonymous said

at 9:11 am on Nov 14, 2007

They did very well, but the videos were hard to understand. The grammer was good. I understood most of it great Job group 4!!! you 4 out of 5

Anonymous said

at 9:20 am on Nov 14, 2007

very good group 9 got a 11 out 10; easly understood, the people in the movie spoke english very well considiring that this is international.very well writen. Dose not have any visible grammer problems or spelling errors.

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