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Research and Presentation: Glogster on the Butterfly Life Cycle

Teacher Name: Ms. Sheridan



Student Name: ________________________________________

Category 5 4 3 2 1 0
The Life Cycle All stages of the
butterfly cycle are
correct and
appropriately placed
within the Glogster.
Each stage is
explained briefly.
All stages of the
butterfly cycle are
correct and
appropriately placed
on the Glogster. The
stages are not
explained.
3 stages of the
butterfly cycle are
correct and
appropriately
placed on the
Glogster. Each
stage is explained
briefly.
3 stages of the butterfly
cycle are correct and
appropriately placed on
the Glogster. The stages
are not explained.
One or two stages of
the butterfly cycle are
correct and
appropriately placed on
the Glogster with little
or no explanation.
All stages are incorrect and
not placed appropriately
within the Glogster.
Vocabulary 5 vocabulary terms
learned regarding
the butterfly life cycle
are used throughout
the Glogster
4 vocabulary terms
learned regarding
the butterfly life cycle
are used throughout
the Glogster.
3 vocabulary terms
learned regarding
the butterfly life
cycle are used
throughout the
Glogster.
2 vocabulary terms
learned regarding the
butterfly life cycle are
used throughout the
Glogster
1 vocabulary terms
learned regarding the
butterfly life cycle are
used throughout the
Glogster.
No vocabulary terms learned
are used on the Glogster.
Creativity All (5) of the graphics
or objects used on
the Glogster reflect
an exceptional
degree of student
creativity in their
creation and/or
display.
Four of the graphics
or objects used on
the Glogster reflect
an exceptional
degree of student
creativity in their
creation and/or
display.
Three of the
graphics or objects
used on the
Glogster board
reflect an
exceptional degree
of student creativity
in their creation
and/or display.
Two of the graphics or
objects used on the
Glogster reflect an
exceptional degree of
student creativity in their
creation and/or display.
One graphic or objects
were made or
customized by the
student, but the ideas
were typical rather than
creative (.e.g, apply the
emboss filter to a
drawing in Photoshop).
The student did not make or
customize any of the items on
the Glogster.
Working with
Others
Always listens to,
shares with, and
supports the efforts
of others. Tries to
keep people working
well together.
Almost always
listens to, shares
with, and supports
the efforts of others.
Tries to keep people
working well
together.
Usually listens to,
shares, with, and
supports the efforts
of others. Does not
cause \"waves\" in
the group.
Often listens to, shares
with, and supports the
efforts of others, but
sometimes is not a good
team member
Rarely listens to,
shares with, and
supports the efforts of
others. Often is not a
good team player.
Does not listen to, share with,
and support the efforts of
others. He or she is not a
good team player.