A View With No Slant

Assessment

 

 Introductory

Task

Time Lines

On-line Resources

Library Resources

Experts E-mail Addresses

Student Proposal

 Student Record

 

You projects will be graded using the following criteria.

Project Goals and Objectives

  Minimal (2 pts.)

 Basic (4 pts.)

 Proficient (6pts.)

 Advanced (8pts.)

  • Students researched information about a historical event such as WWII in their native language and in the target language
  • Minimal
  • Students used the Internet to research historical information
  • Students communicated through e-mail with museums, newspapers, other sources of historical information 
  • Students compared researched information from both cultures, for bias and accuracy
  • Basic
  • Students and experts from both countries discussed their experience of how they were taught and/or told by parents and teachers and mass media.
  • Students are more critical viewers of what they see and hear everyday in the news 
  • Proficient
  • Students apply their knowledge of past events to current events such as the economy, current conflicts, business and education 

 



Authentic Student Task: Students created a display for the Foreign Language Festival in March.  

  Minimal (2 pts.)

 Basic (4 pts.)

 Proficient (6pts.)

 Advanced (8pts.)
one of the following items two of the following items three of the following items four or more of the following items
  • Present a performance written with comments and info learned during the communications
  • Produce a video of the play
  • Prepare and serve food from the target culture
  • Display digital photos they've e-mailed back and forth
  • Create electronic report or slide show
  • Prepare music and dance to relay their information


 

Authentic Student Task: Students created a web site with information designed for the display for those who cannot be there.

  Minimal (2 pts.)

 Basic (4 pts.)

 Proficient (6pts.)

 Advanced (8pts.)

  • Pages are easy to read
  • Pages contain good navigation between links
  • Student observed copyright and citations
  • Page contains correct spelling and grammar
  • Minimal
  • Page is well written, clear and understandable, well organized
  • Student has filled in all necessary information
  • Basic
  • Pages contain working links and images
  • Pages contain pleasing colors and fonts
  • Pages are attractive with balanced layout between text and graphics 
  • Proficient
  • Pages have a reasonable load time
  • Pages have working links to evaluated, pertinent web sites
  • Pages have contact/e-mail information about the creators
  • Student has provided for site maintenance and updating

 


Created for the Fermilab LInC program sponsored by Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory Education Office and Friends of Fermilab, and funded by United States Department of Energy, Illinois State Board of Education, North Central Regional Technology in Education Consortium which is operated by North Central Regional Educational Laboratory (NCREL), and the National Science Foundation.

Author(s): Chris Rogers & Kazuko Stone
School: Green Bay, Wisconsin Team
Created: March 1, 1999 - Updated: April 24, 1999
URL: http://www-ed.fnal.gov/lincon/w99/projects/viewslant/stuassess.html