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Bear and Human Competition Brochure Rubric

A  WebQuest for Grades 3-5, WebQuest Agricultural Series by Missouri Farm Bureau and Missouri State University

 

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Brochure contained more than five types of food that bears and humans both eat.

Brochure contained four or five types of food that both bears and humans eat.

Brochure contained three types of food that both bears and humans eat.

Brochure contained less than three types of food that bears and humans eat.

Brochure contained illustrations for each of the foods described. The illustrations are clearly labeled, and they are extremely neat and colorful.

Brochure contained illustrations for each of the foods described. The illustrations are labeled and are neat and colorful.

Brochure contained illustrations for each of the foods described. Some of the illustrations may be labeled. They may also be lacking in neatness or color.

Brochure does not contain illustrations for each of the food described. They are not labeled or are not neat and colorful.

There is a clear and informative explanation of how each type of food is nutritious for both humans and bears. The explanation is informative and easy to understand.

There is an informative explanation of how each type of food is nutritious for both humans and bears.

There is an explanation of how each type of food is nutritious for both humans and bears.

There are missing explanations for each type of food illustrated or explanation is unclear and/or confusing.


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