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iRubric: Critical Analysis of Web Sources rubric

iRubric: Critical Analysis of Web Sources rubric

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Critical Analysis of Web Sources built by margreed

Rubric Code: A493B4
Web Site Analysis Activity
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Grade Levels: 9-12

Powered by iRubric Evaluating Web Based Sources
  Beginning
1 pts
Developing
2 pts
Accomplished
3 pts
Exemplary
4 pts
Authority
Learners will analyze sites for authority of the author.
Beginning

Paragraphs contain little or no analysis of the author's credentials.
Developing

Most paragraphs contain basic discussion of author's credentials and/or education.

No mention of potential implications of missing publication data in any paragraph.
Accomplished

Each paragraph contains adequate analysis of author's credentials and education.

Some discussion of implications of missing publication data.
Exemplary

Each paragraph contains thorough analysis of the author/sponsoring organization's credentials, including investigation of links from the site.

Work contains a thorough discussion of potential implications of missing publication data.
Accuracy
Learners will analyze sites for accuracy of information.
Beginning

Little or no analysis of information accuracy.
Developing

Superficial or incomplete analysis of site accuracy without additional research in most paragraphs.
Accomplished

Adequate analysis of information accuracy with some evidence of additional research in all paragraphs.
Exemplary

In depth analysis of site accuracy with substantive description of additional research in all paragraphs.
Bias
Learners will analyze sites for biased information.
Beginning

Paragraphs do not identify biased information.
Developing

Identifies some examples of biased statements/single perspectives.
Accomplished

Consistently identifies biased statements/single perspectives.
Exemplary

Clearly identifies the use of strongly stated sentiment and single perspectives.

Demonstrates evidence of further research to explore multiple perspectives on the topic.
Currency
Learners will analyze sites for currency.
Beginning

No reference is made to currency of the site.
Developing

Currency of the site is mentioned but not analyzed.
Accomplished

Currency of each site is discussed with adequate detail.
Exemplary

Uses strategies to determine the date of publication, last update etc.

Weighs the importance of currency in relationship to the topic of study.
Posting
Learners will post all required information to the course Ning.
Beginning

Assignment is not posted or posted late with improper formatting and broken links.
Developing

The assignment is late with basic formatting and working links.
Accomplished

Assignment is completed on time with clear labeling and working links.
Exemplary

Completes assignment on time with clear labels and visually appealing formatting.
Grammar/Mechanics
Paragraphs are free of mechanical errors.
Beginning

Paragraphs contain multiple errors in spelling and mechanics.

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Developing

The work contains more than three errors in spelling or mechanics.
Accomplished

The work contains less than three errors in spelling or mechanics.
Exemplary

The work is free of errors in spelling and mechanics.
Detail/Clarity
Learners will write three substantive paragraphs which describe evidence from their analysis of each web site.
Beginning

Paragraphs are incomplete or missing.

Main ideas are unclear and/or incomplete.
Developing

Paragraphs are three to four sentences in length.

Includes basic analysis but supporting evidence is somewhat unclear.
Accomplished

Paragraphs are five sentences or more in length.

Main ideas are clear and are supported by basic ideas connections to web site analysis criteria.
Exemplary

Each paragraph is more than five sentences in length.

Main ideas are well supported with detailed information regarding all applicable web analysis criteria.



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