Consumer Awareness through Statistics

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element relate to  the audience. Group Work The group  functioned  exceptionally well.  All members  listened to, shared  with and supported  the efforts of  others. The group  (all members) was  almost always on  task! The group  functioned pretty  well. Most  members listened  to, shared with and  supported the  efforts of others.  The group (all  members) was  almost always on  task! The group  functioned fairly  well but was  dominated by one  or two members.  The group (all  members) was  almost always on  task! Some members of  the group were  often off task  AND/OR were  overtly  disrespectful to  others in the group  AND/OR were  typically  disregarded by  other group 
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members. The report will be evaluated using this rubric Research Report : Consumer Awareness through Statistics Teacher Name: Linda Thomas Student Name:     ________________________________________ CATEGORY 4 3 2 1 Organization Information is very  organized with  well-constructed  paragraphs and  subheadings. Information is  organized with  well-constructed  paragraphs. Information is  organized, but  paragraphs are not  well-constructed. The information  appears to be  disorganized. 8) Quality of  Information Information clearly  relates to the main  topic. It includes  several supporting  details and/or  examples. Information clearly  relates to the main  topic. It provides 1- 2 supporting details  and/or examples. Information clearly  relates to the main  topic. No details  and/or examples  are given. Information has  little or nothing to  do with the main  topic. First Draft Detailed draft is  neatly presented  and includes all  required  information. Draft includes all  required  information and is  legible. Draft includes most  required  information and is  legible. Draft is missing  required  information and is  difficult to read. Mechanics No grammatical,  spelling or  punctuation errors. Almost no  grammatical,  spelling or  punctuation errors A few grammatical  spelling or  punctuation errors. Many grammatical,  spelling, or  punctuation errors. Day 8: Each student team will present their deliverables (poster or slides; oral report or slide  show). The whole group will discuss and informally critique the products generated by their fellow  students. Every student will fill out an exit ticket with answers to the driving question and two  ancillary questions posed at the beginning of the project.
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