Evaluation

Students will be able to: InAdequate Adequate Good Strong
Headline Report is missing a headline. Report has a headline that does not describe the content. Report has a headline that accurately describes content. Report has a headline that captures the reader's attentionand accurately describes the content.
Supporting Details The details in the report are neither clear nor related to the topic. Most details in the report are clear. Report does not focus on the topic well The details in the report are clear but need to be developed more. Some details may not fit in with the topic. The details in the report are clear but need to be developed more. Some details may not fit in with the topic.
Who, What, When, Where & How The report is missing 3 or more of the 5 W's. The report is missing 2 of the 5 W's. The report is missing one of the 5 W's. Report adequately addresses the 5 W's (who, what, when, where and how).
Lead Sentence There is no clear lead sentence in the report. Lead sentence is not clearly connected to the report. Lead sentence tells most important details. Lead sentence grabs the reader's attention and focuses the reader on the topic.
Spelling & Grammar Several spelling or grammar errors. No more than 3 spelling or grammar errors. No more than a couple of spelling or grammar errors. No spelling or grammar errors.