Evaluation criteria for the final task

(3) Accomplished (2) Developing (1) Beginning

Writing (Grammar)
(3) Writing has hardly any spelling or grammar mistakes. There is a clear beginning, middle and ending to the report.

(2) Writing has some spelling or grammar mistakes. It's hard to tell where the beginning, middle and ending of the report is.

(1) Writing has many spelling or grammar mistakes. No clear beginning, middle and ending.
Writing (Content)
(3) Writing shows that the student understands the nature and extent of trade in the Eastern Mediterranean during the Late Bronze Age period, and has been able to infer the route of the trading vessel from the research material available to him/her.

(2) Writing shows that the student has an idea of the nature and extent of trade in the Eastern Mediterranean during the Late Bronze Age period, but is not very clear about the route of the trading vessel from the research material available to him/her.

(1) Writing shows that the student does not understand the nature and extent of trade in the Eastern Mediterranean during the Late Bronze Age period and has not been able to use the research material available to him/her to infer the route of the trading vessel.
Compilation of the final report on a display board
(3) Report looks organized and clearly presented. It successfully supports and clarifies the student's oral presentation.

(2) Report is somewhat organized, but needs a little more work. It fails to support and clarify some parts of the oral report.

(1) Report is not organized and it fails to support and clarify the student's oral presentation.
Oral Presentation
(3) Student sustains audience interest and attention with effective rate, volume, pitch, and tone. Student successfully transmits the salient points of the report, supports opinions with evidence, and uses his/her display board effectively.

(2) Student has some difficulty sustaining audience interest and attention, successfully transmits only some of the salient points of the report, leaves some opinions unsupported with evidence, and does not make adequate use of his/her display board as a visual aid.

(1) Student does not sustain audience interest and attention. Student's salient points are confused, there is little supportive evidence, and does not make adequate use of his/her display board as a visual aid.


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