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University of Connecticut Neag School of Education ORCA

Video 19 Snacks (Communicate)

Performance Criteria Score
Locate 1
On the first search task, the student selects the correct email message (email) or wiki section (wiki) on the first click. (AUTO-SCORED)


 

Locate 2
On the first search task, student uses appropriate key words based on information provided by Brianna. Restricted (Energy Drinks and Contacts): On the first search task, the student uses appropriate key words, entering the article's title as the search term. Unrestricted Task (Video Games and Snacks): On the first search task, the student uses appropriate key words, entering both topic and claim as search terms. (AUTO-SCORED)


 

Locate 3
On the first search task, the student selects a correct site from the search results on the first click when the correct site is in the second position, not the first. Restricted (Energy Drinks and Contacts): For the first search task, did the student select the correct, target website from search results on the first click? Unrestricted (Video Games and Snacks): For the first search task, did the student select one appropriate site related to the topic from search results on the first click? (AUTO-SCORED)


 

Locate 4
The student provides two correct website addresses from the two search tasks (scored on exact URL entry). Restricted: Did the student correctly provide both website addresses from the two search tasks? (scored on exact URL entry). Unrestricted: Did the student correctly provide two topically relevant website addresses from the two search tasks? (scored on exact URL entry). (AUTO-SCORED)


 


Performance Criteria Score
Evaluate 1
The student correctly identifies the author of the website (First, last, or first and last names accepted. Spelling variants accepted.) (AUTO-SCORED)


 

Evaluate 2
The student judges the author's level of expertise AND provides an appropriate supporting detail about the author's level of expertise (or lack thereof).


 

Evaluate 3
The student identifies the author's point of view AND provides one accurate and specific piece of evidence from the webpage about words or images that supports this determination of the point of view.


 

Evaluate 4
The student evaluates the reliability of the website (or lack thereof) AND provides one logical and accurate explanation to support their conclusion about either: author expertise, publisher trustworthiness, or research findings.


 


Performance Criteria Score
Synthesize 1
Student provides a summary of one important element from the first website using their own words (at least 3) that is relevant to the topic/claim. (This is provided in the Notepad 1 response.) LMA (Energy Drinks and Snacks): Student provides one detail from the first website using their own words (at least 3) that is relevant to the topic. TAP (Video Games and Contacts): Student provides one detail from the first website using their own words (at least 3) that supports the given claim.


 

Synthesize 2
Student uses own words (at least 3) to provide one detail from each of the first two websites relevant to the topic/claim. LMA (Energy Drinks and Snacks): Student uses own words (at least 3) to provide one detail relevant to the topic from each of Website 1 and 2 notes or from the sites themselves. TAP (Video Games and Contacts): Student uses own words (at least 3) to provide one detail that supports the given claim, from each of Website 1 and 2 notes, or from the sites themselves.


 

Synthesize 3
Student uses own words (at least 3) to provide one detail from each of the second two websites relevant to the topic/claim. LMA (Energy Drinks and Snacks): Student uses own words (at least 3) to provide one detail relevant to the topic from each of Website 3 and 4 notes or from the sites themselves. TAP (Video Games and Contacts): Student uses own words (at least 3) to provide one detail that supports the given claim, from each of Website 3 and 4 notes, or from the sites themselves.


 

Synthesize 4
Student uses own words (at least 3) to provide a claim/argument and one supporting detail from each of two different websites. LMA (Energy Drinks and Snacks): Student uses own words (at least 3) to provide a claim (main idea) AND two pieces of evidence, one detail from each of two different websites. TAP (Video Games and Contacts): Student uses own words (at least 3) to provide an argument (that takes a position) AND two pieces of evidence, one detail from each of two different websites.


 


Performance Criteria Score
Communicate 1
EMAIL: Student enters the correct address in the address line. WIKI: Student types a wiki entry in the correct location that includes any relevant content in the correct location, either: below the other sections if no heading; anywhere in the wiki below the Mr. Henry message and intro if they do have a heading.


 

Communicate 2
EMAIL: Student uses an appropriate subject line, containing both aspects of the topic (e.g. energy drinks and heart or health; snacks and heart or health). WIKI: Student composes an informational wiki entry in a descriptive voice.


 

Communicate 3
EMAIL: Student uses an appropriate formal greeting to the school board president. WIKI: Student composes an appropriate heading in their wiki entry (e.g. video games and eyesight or eye health; contacts and eyesight or eye health).


 

Communicate 4
EMAIL: Student composes and sends an email message with one relevant claim and two pieces of supporting evidence, including sources. WIKI: Student composes and saves a wiki post with one relevant claim and two pieces of supporting evidence, including sources.