Work Plan - Step 1: Define Project

  1. Gather information about your activities.
  2. How risky are they? Says who?
  3. What can you do to lesson the risk? Think of alternatives.
  4. What's the best alternative?
  5. Are these risk worth taking?

15-20 Points

10-14 Points

5-9 Points

0-4 Points
Gather enough information to clearly describe risk factors associated with the project. Gather enough information to describe the risk factors associated with the project. Gather information to describe some risk factors associated with the topic. Fail to gather necessary information and/or seek sufficient sources to describe risk factors associated with project.
Identify the perspectives and/or biases related to each risk factor. Identify the perspectives and/or biases related to most risk factors. Identify the perspectives and/or biases related to some risk factors. Fail to identify the perspectives and/or biases related to risk factors.

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Authors: Bill Britton, Mohr Elementary School, Pleasanton; Diana Fong-Wedgwood, Edison Elementary School; Tim Perrotta, Cesar Chavez Middle School, and Steven Smith, Edison Elementary School.
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