Newspaper : Our Water Resources
         
Teacher Name: M Howland
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CATEGORY 4 3 2 1
Use of Primary Sources Reading of primary source material was thorough. Reading of primary source material was fairly thorough. Reading of primary source material was incomplete. Reading of primary source material was not done.
Articles - Supporting Details The details in the articles are clear, effective, and vivid 80-100% of the time. The details in the articles are clear and pertinent 90-100% of the time. The details in the articles are clear and pertinent 75-89% of the time. The details in more than 25% of the articles are neither clear nor pertinent.
Requirements All of the required content was present. Almost all the required content was present. At least 75% of the required content was present. Less than 75% of the required content was present.
Articles - Interest The articles contain facts, figures, and/or word choices that make the articles exceptionally interesting to readers. The articles contain facts, figures, and/or word choices that make the articles interesting to readers. The article contains some facts or figures but is marginally interesting to read. The article does not contain facts or figures that might make it interesting to read.
Graphics Graphics are in focus, are well-cropped and are clearly related to the articles they accompany. Graphics are in focus and are clearly related to the articles they accompany. 80-100% of the graphics are clearly related to the articles they accompany. More than 20% of the graphics are not clearly related to the articles OR no graphics were used.
Spelling and Proofreading No spelling or grammar errors remain after one or more people (in addition to the typist) read and correct the newspaper. No more than a couple of spelling or grammar errors remain after one or more people (in addition to the typist) read and correct the newspaper. No more than 3 spelling or grammar errors remain after one or more people (in addition to the typist) read and correct the newspaper. Several spelling or grammar errors remain in the final copy of the newspaper.
Date Created: Jul 25, 2005 04:43 pm (CDT)