General Assessment

Here you will find all of the rubrics that the teachers will be using for your evaluation.

English Language Arts:


1 – Not yet 2—Occasionally 3—Frequently 4 – Consistently

Celebrate and Build Community

5.2 Encourage, support, and work with others:
Organize and complete tasks cooperatively and collaboratively
Set goals and plans while evaluating group process

Enhance the clarity and artistry of communication

4.4 Present and Share:
Explain, share and present orally using appropriate conventions of public speaking.
4.2 Enhance and Improve
Share own work in a variety of ways; evaluate particular aspects (word choice, description, language usage, organization, audience appeal….) using pre-established criteria.

Science:
Outcome:
1:
Rarely
2:
Occasionally
3:
Frequently

4: Consistently
8-0-1C. Identify practical problems to solve, provide solutions and justify your thoughts.
Students are able to identify some problems that are only somewhat related to the viability of the restaurant and they are able to somewhat justify only some of their thoughts and decisions.
Students are able to identify practical problems that are somewhat related to the viability of the restaurant and they are able to somewhat justify most their thoughts and decisions.
Students are able to identify practical problems that are related to the viability of the restaurant and they are able to justify most of their thoughts and decisions in a well thought out manner.
Students are able to identify various practical problems that are directly related to the viability of the restaurant and they are able to justify all of their thoughts and decisions in a clear and well thought-out manner.
8-0-3E. Create a written plan to solve identified problem.
Students created a written plan that includes only a few requirements of the project.
Students created a written plan that includes many of the requirements of the project.
Students created a complete written plan that includes all requirements of the project.
Students created a clear, well thought-out and complete written plan that includes all requirements of the project.
8-0-6D. Identify and make improvements to a prototype and explain the rationale for the changes.
Students are able to justify only a few of their choices for the layout.
Students are able to justify some of their choices for the layout.
Students are able to justify most of their choices for the layout in a clear manner.
Students are able to justify all of their choices for the layout in a clear and well-thought out manner.

Social Studies:
Mathematics:

French: