Evaluation

Team Evaluation

 

10

8

6

4

Total

 

 

 

TIMELINE

 

Timeline includes all significant  events in the novel, particularly those which directly impacted the development of the teamís assigned subject;   presentation is attractive and easy to understand

Timeline includes most of the significant events in the novel, perhaps excluding some important to the development of the teamís assigned subject; presentation may lack some important visual elements

 

Timeline excludes several important events occurring on the island; presentation lacks clarity

 

Timeline is inadequate; it fails to adequately represent important events on the island; presentation is sloppy and / or unclear.

 

 

 

 

EVIDENCE

Assigned number of pieces of evidence is met or exceeded; evidence clearly supports the analysis of the assigned subject; presentation is creative; written description is clear;

Adequate number of pieces of evidence lacks some elements of support for analysis of the subject; presentation could have been more creative or more clearly explained.

 

Limited number of evidence pieces; may not support the analysis being made; presentation is significantly lacking in creativity and / or explanation.

 

Evidence is inadequate in number, support for analysis, and presentation.

 

 

 

 

PSYCHOLOGY

The report effectively explains the behavior of the assigned subject both before the events on the island and after his arrival; report offers recommendation for treatment or insight into the causes of personality change or effects on others.

The report tries to explain the behavior of the assigned subject either before the events on the island or after his arrival; report may not explain how the subjectís personality altered with or affected the events on the island.

The report inadequately explains the personality of the subject; report leaves out important elements of subjectís behavior.

The report does not attempt to explain the behavior of the subject either before his arrival on the island or after his arrival;  report is sloppy and poorly researched.

 

 

 

TOPOLOGY

Map creatively and effectively relays important characteristics of the island; labeling clearly indicates traits of the island and locations of significant events.

Map excludes some important characteristics of the island; presentation may lack clarity or accuracy.

Map only partially exhibits island characteristics; important island traits or events on the island are not included; presentation lacks clarity.

Map does not portray island characteristics adequately; presentation is sloppy, making understanding of the events difficult.

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION

Effective presentation of evidence supports the teamís analysis of the subject;  clear evidence of teamwork; presentation is easily understood both visually and vocally.

Presentation is somewhat uneven; evidence largely supports the analysis of the subject; visuals and / or vocal presentation could be more effective.

Presentation is lacking; team participation is obviously very uneven; visuals are lacking; vocal presentation is hard to understand.

Inadequate presentation; no evidence of teamwork; visuals seem hastily produced; vocal presentation is hard to understand.

 

PROOF

Team effectively proves that their hypothesis is clearly true or false.  All aspects of the project work toward this goal.

Most items in the project work to prove that the hypothesis is clearly true or false.

Several aspects of the group project fall short of proving the hypothesis true or false.

There is little or no effort to prove the teamís hypothesis true or false.