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Step 5: Evaluate

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Information Literacy Lessons: Evaluate

 

VIEW STEP 5 OF THE RESEARCH PROJECT CALCULATOR

 

*Though many of these have certain grade levels listed, most could be adapted to any grade with minor tweaks.*

 

Lesson: Maintaining a Research Notebook (grades 2-12)

Students will bring the information literacy process to a concious level by maintaining a notebook. They will use the notebook to organize their research work, assess each stage, and reflect on the process.

 

Worksheet: Rubric for Research Process (grades 5-12)

Teachers may use this rubric for grading and/or present it to students as a guideline. Includes the five stages of the Research Project Calculator: Question, Gather, Conclude, Communicate, and Evaluate.

 

Worksheet: Rubric/Contract (grades 5-12)

This rubric/contract presents the requirements for a project to students and parents. 

 

Worksheet: Peer Evaluation (grades 4-12)

Students respond to twelve questions or statements about another student's presentation in order to offer praise and constructive criticism. Includes reminders about appropriate evaluation behavior. Student Response to Peer Evaluation (grades 4-12) encourages students to think about how they will change their presentations as a result of the peer evaluation.

 

Worksheet: Daily Reflection (grades K-12)

Students respond to questions and statements using descriptive and detailed sentences such as "What question was I trying to answer," "Explain something new you learned," and "New questions I now have."

 

Worksheet: 2 Page Self-Evaluation (grades 4-12)

Students respond to questions and statements using descriptive and detailed sentences such as "What question was I trying to answer," "Explain something new you learned," and "New questions I now have."

 

Worksheet: 3 Page Self-Evaluation (grades 8-12)

Students respond to questions and statements using descriptive and detailed sentences such as "What question was I trying to answer," "Explain something new you learned," and "New questions I now have."

 

Bookmark: The Road to Success (grades 4-12)

Lists questions students should consider throughout the research process.

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