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Google Maps Exercise

  Derived from rubric: Google Maps Exercise
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Rubric Code: FX9XX42
Evaluates an assignment using Google Map skills whereby the students create a map of their own utilising the features of Google Maps. In this instance the students were locating places in Bangkok
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Keywords: Google Maps Project
Categories: Subjects: Computers   Geography   Humanities   Social Sciences   Education  
Types: Project   Presentation   Assignment  
Grade Levels: 6-8

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  A - Advanced
(N/A) 10
B - Proficient
(N/A) 8
C - Sound
(N/A) 6
D - Basic
(N/A) 4
E -Below Basic
(N/A) 2
LOCATION
A - Advanced

All placemarks are in appropriate places; many are uniquely located.
B - Proficient

The majority of placemarks are appropropriately located; some are uniquely located.
C - Sound

Most placemarks are appropriately located.
D - Basic

Some placemarks are appropriately located
E -Below Basic

Very few placemarks are appropriately located.
EXPLANATION
A - Advanced

All of the placemarks are named and explained. Interesting facts and details are included.
Student has included original/personal information about the places.
B - Proficient

Most placemarks are named and explained. Most include interesting facts and details. One or two original pieces of information included
C - Sound

Most placemarks are named and some are explained. A few facts and details are included. Little effort to include original information.
D - Basic

Some placemarks are named but only a few are explained. No original information included.
E -Below Basic

Very few placemarks are named or explained.
USE OF LAB TIME
A - Advanced

Time used highly effectively as evidenced through
1. Task completed within allocated time
2. Creative and appropriate use of
placemarks, lines and shapes
3. Links and images inserted
4. Student remains on task thoroughout lesson
B - Proficient


C - Sound

Time generally used effectively as evidenced through
1. Task completed within allocated time
2. Appropriate use of
placemarks, lines and shapes
3. Some links and images inserted
4. Student is on task for most of the lesson
D - Basic


E -Below Basic

Time generally used effectively as evidenced through
1. Task not completed within allocated time
2. Little attention to use of appropriate
placemarks, lines and shapes
3. Links and or images not included
4. Student has to be reminded several times to get on task
ORGANISATION AND IMAGES
A - Advanced

Image is correct for the place, is interesting and supports the explanation.
All sources acknowledged.
Appropriate links included.
B - Proficient

Image is correct for the place, is interesting and supports the explanation.
Most sources acknowledged.
Many appropriate links included.
C - Sound

Image is correct for the place and supports the explanation.
Some sources acknowledged.
Some appropriate links included.
D - Basic

Image is correct for the place.
Few sources acknowledged.
Only 1 or 2 links included.
E -Below Basic

Images don't necessarily match the location or explanation.
No sources acknowledged.
No links included



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