Evaluation

You should have three papers now.

Look at your papers and answer the following questions:

1. Does my letter have a picture, at least 5 blueberry facts and at least five sentences? (EXAMPLE)
2. Did I include all the parts of a letter? (Click here if you aren’t sure)
3. Did I make a venn diagram comparing blueberries and another fruit? (EXAMPLE)
4. Did I write neatly or copy and paste a recipe into a MS Word document, did I put the web address on it, and did I write one sentence about why I chose the recipe? (EXAMPLE)

Now, turn your 3 papers into your teacher.

You will complete the L part of the "KWL Chart" with your teacher and class.

Then, your class will vote on their favorite blueberry recipe, and you'll make the winning recipe and enjoy it at a blueberry party!

Your teacher will grade you based on the following:

 

Beginning
1

Developing
2

Accomplished
3

Exemplary
4

Score

Class participation

 

Student was not able to contribute to class by listening well, offering ideas and/or asking questions. Student worked well to contribute to class by listening well, offering ideas and asking questions some of the time. Student contributes to class by listening well, offering ideas and/or asking questions most of the time. Student proactively contributes to class by listening well, offering ideas and asking questions almost all or all of the time.  
Drawing shows recognizable detail Drawings show minimum of detail, but are recognizable. Drawings show some detail and appropriate coloring for the scene depicted. Drawings show detail and coloring appropriate to the scene depicted. Drawings show detail and coloring appropriate to the scene depicted.
Student handwriting is readable and demonstrates appropriate use of capital letters and punctuation.

Student handwriting is readable and has appropriate spacing between words. Student handwriting is readable, correctly spaced and shows some correct usage of capitals and punctuation. Student handwriting is readable, correctly spaced and shows correct usage of capitals and punctuation. Student handwriting is readable, correctly spaced and shows advanced usage of capitals and punctuation.
Letter contains at least five blueberry facts.

Student writing contains 1-2 appropriate facts. Student writing contains 3-4 appropriate facts. Student writing contains five appropriate facts. Student writing contains more than five detailed facts.

Letter contains at least five sentences.

 

Student writing contains 1-2 sentences. Student writing contains 3-4 sentences. Student writing contains five sentences. Student writing contains more than five detailed sentences.  
Letter contains
all of the five
parts of a letter.

Student writing contains 1 part of the letter. Student writing contains 2-3 parts of the letter. Student writing contains 4 parts of the letter. Student writing contains all five parts of the letter.  
Venn diagram includes comparison of blueberries and another fruit.

No venn diagram was completed or it cannot be read. Diagram is easy to read and includes 3-6 items. Diagram is easy to read and includes 7-9 items. Diagram is easy to read and includes 10-12 items or more.  
Recipe includes web address, recipe text, names of students, and sentence stating why it was chosen.
No recipe was handed in. Only the recipe was handed in. Recipe includes recipe text, names of students, and web address. Recipe includes recipe text, names of students, web address, and sentence stating why it was chosen.  
Student worked well with partner by cooperating, sharing ideas, contributing ideas, and speaking kindly. Student was not able to cooperate, share ideas, contribute ideas, or speak kindly to their partner. Student worked well with partner by cooperating, sharing ideas, contributing ideas, and speaking kindly some of the time. Student worked well with partner by cooperating, sharing ideas, contributing ideas, and speaking kindly most of the time. Student worked well with partner by cooperating, sharing ideas, contributing ideas, and speaking kindly all of the time.

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