Evaluation

This chart can be used by both students and teachers.

Students, you can self-evaluate your work by looking at the standards to see what is expected of you. 

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Activity Working Towards Achieved Exemplary
1. Messages

Individual Role (Recorder/Summariser, Presenter, Designer/researcher, Group Leader)

Group Work

Class Work

Fulfilled their individual role within the group. Contributed to the group and class discussion, found and responded to the messages - both today's messages and those of the Bible. Contributed to the class consensus. Went to some effort to fulfil their individual role. Contributed to the discussion, found and responded to the messages, thought of the purpose of the messages, and described their reactions to these messages. Listed many Bible messages.
Contributed to the class consensus process.
Went to extraordinary lengths to fulfil their individual role. Contributed to the discussion, found and responded to the messages, thought of the purpose of the messages, and described their reactions to these messages. Listed many Bible messages.
Contributed to the class consensus process. Drew conclusions about the messages of the Bible and those of today.
2. What is a Prophet?

Individual Role

Group Work

Class Work

Fulfilled their individual role within the group. Contributed to the brainstorming session. Helped with looking up the meaning in the dictionaries.
Able to distinguish the difference between a Prophet and a Messenger.
Contributed to the group's understanding of Prophet.
Contributed to the class' consensus building exercise.
Went to some effort to fulfil their individual role. Contributed to the brainstorming session, looked up the meaning of the word "Prophet" and analysed the meaning of the word. Was able to distinguish and speak out about the difference between a Prophet and a Messenger.
Contributed to the group's exercise of finding the meaning of "Prophet".
Contributed to the class' consensus building process.
Went to extraordinary lengths to fulfil their individual role. Contributed to the brainstorming session, synthesised and analysed the information about the meaning of Prophet.
Raised questions about the perceived differences in interpretation of this word.
Was able to distinguish and speak out about the difference between a Prophet and a Messenger and help the group know the difference.
Contributed to the class' consensus building process by debating the meanings involved in a positive way.
3. Know Your Prophets

Individual Role

Group Work

Class Work

Fulfilled their individual role within the group. Contributed to the making of the timeline, listed some stated characteristics, listed the important messages, helped with the drawing of a cartoon, helped with deciding and contributed to the creative presentation, helped with the game questions, helped with the constructing the game and contributed to thinking about the qualities of a Prophet. Went to some effort to fulfil their individual role. Contributed to the making of the timeline. Listed and interpreted information about the characteristics.
Listed the important messages and analysed the information from the various sources given. Helped with the cartoon and caption.
Helped with the group's creativity to show their Prophet's message and added to any ideas in a positive and creative way.
Thought of some questions about their Prophet and helped construct the board game.
Contributed to the group's activities in a positive and creative way.
Went to extraordinary lengths to fulfil their individual role.
Deduced the characteristics of each Prophet from the material given.
Analysed and categorised the messages and qualities of their Prophets. Thought of the cartoon's message and caption.
Helped in an extraordinary way with the group's creativity to show their Prophet's message.
Thought of interesting and challenging questions for the board game.
Helped in deciding on the group's board game and added new twists to its construction and rules.
Contributed to the group's activities in a positive and creative way.
4. Prophets in Australia?

Individual Role

Group Work

Class Work

Fulfilled their individual role within the group. Discussed whether each Australian in their group is a prophet, hero, good person, or leader. Participated in the class discussion about each Australian. Answered the stimulus and focus questions without evidence of deep thought. Went to some effort to fulfil their individual role. Analysed the qualities of a prophet and applied these qualities to each Australian to decide their category placement. Discussed and debated about the placement of each Australian within the class discussion. Answered the stimulus and focus questions particularly citing examples from their own lives. Went to extraordinary lengths to fulfil their individual role. Analysed the qualities of a prophet and applied these qualities to each Australian to decide their category placement and redefined the qualities of a Modern prophet. Extended their ideas to the class discussion. Answered the stimulus and focus questions fully, citing examples from their own lives and fully debating the second focus question.
5. Individual Project Completed their chosen task showing their understanding of the meaning of a prophet. Completed their chosen task with thought and creative flair showing their understanding and deep knowledge of the purpose of a prophet. Completed their chosen task with deep thought and creativity - showing the class their concept of a prophet that would allow the class to reassess this concept.

 

 

 

 

 

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