Group Project Grading Rubric

  Not close = 0 Getting there = 1 Acceptable = 2 Wow! = 3
Cooperation and respect within group.
  • repeatedly asked to get to work
  • no one sharing ideas
  • 1 person does all of the work, other 2 do nothing
  • off task 2-3 times
  • share ideas but one person dictates plan of action
  • 1 person does not work, other 2 split duties
  • off task only once
  • one person not sharing ideas
  • all working but with unbalanced division of labor
  • always on task
  • works as team and values each others opinions
  • evenly divides group labor tasks
Visual media used in persuasive presentation.
  • none provided
  • just listing information in non-creative or appealing manner
  • does not relate to presentation
  • creative and attractive but could be neater
  • relates to presentation
  • neat, attractive, and creative
  • directly supports presentation
Organization of presentation.
  • no apparent organization
  • concepts jump around in varying order
  • conclusion is missing
  • concepts flow logically but presentation is a bit choppy
  • Introduction is missing
  • presentation flows well between points
  • apparent introduction, body, and conclusion
Supporting evidence for choice of container to present.
  • no mention of evidence from research or survey that supports why the presented container was chosen
  • vaguely mentions evidence from research or survey results supporting why the presented container was chosen
  • demonstrates clear evidence from research or survey results supporting why the presented container was chosen
  • demonstrates clear evidence from research and survey results supporting why the presented container was chosen

 

The group component of your project grade can be found by adding the total points earned from the above rubric and multiplying that value by 3. This is out of a possible 36 points.

 

Click on "Evaluation" below to return to that page and see how the rest of your project grade is calculated.

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