Work Plan - Step 5a:
Share via a Team Web Page

Scientists must publish their work to report what they have learned and to have their results confirmed by other scientists. Share the results of your study online. Maybe students from other classes and schools will contact you about your work.

15-20 Points

10-14 Points

5-9 Points

0-4 Points
Design and post creative Web pages that organize findings and clearly delineate risks. The Web page includes a coherent narrative explanation of the findings, supporting statistics and references. Design and post Web pages that organize findings and delineate risks. The Web page includes a narrative explanation of the findings, supporting statistics, and references. Post Web pages that give some information about the project. The information is weak and fails to give the reader a complete picture of the topic and findings. No Web pages and/or Web pages present insufficient information to describe the project and/or findings.

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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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