Getting Down to Business Webquest

Evaluation

 This page presents the chart showing you how you will be scored on your completed WebQuest. Pay close attention to the row called “Participation.” This is where you will be graded on how well you work as part of the group. Everyone is expected to participate and give something to the final project.

 

Great Job
4

Pretty Good
3

Needs Work
2

Not So Hot
1

Business Idea

Business idea meets all three of these requirements.

  • Can be started with $500
  • Is appropriate for 10- and 11-year-old students
  • Builds from students’ self assessments

Business idea meets two of the three requirements.

  • Can be started with $500
  • Is appropriate for 10- and 11-year-old students
  • Builds from students’ self assessments

Business idea meets one of the three requirements.

  • Can be started with $500
  • Is appropriate for 10- and 11-year-old students
  • Builds from students’ self assessments

Business idea fails to meet any of the three requirements.

  • Can be started with $500
  • Is appropriate for 10- and 11-year-old students
  • Builds from students’ self assessments

Business Plan

  • All sections of the Business Starter worksheet are completed in full.
  • Business plan demonstrates a strong understanding of market and profit.
  • Most sections of the Business Starter worksheet are completed.
  • Business plan demonstrates an understanding of market and profit.
  • Some of the sections of the Business Starter worksheet are completed.
  • Business plan demonstrates some understanding of market and profit.
  • None of the sections of the Business Starter worksheet are completed.
  • Business plan lacks a clear understanding of market and profit.

Selling Strategy

  • Students create an appealing advertising and promotion plan.
  • Sample advertisement encourages most classmates to say they would buy the product or service.
  • Students create an appealing advertising and promotion plan.
  • Sample advertisement encourages only three-fourths of classmates to say they would buy the product or service.
  • Students create a somewhat appealing advertising and promotion plan.
  • Sample advertisement encourages only half of classmates to say they would buy the product or service.
  • Advertising and promotion plan is not appealing.
  • Sample advertisement encourages only one-fourth or fewer classmates to say they would buy the product or service.

Participation

  • Group members cooperate, respect the ideas of others, and learn from one another.
  • Group needs little or no teacher help.
  • Group members work together and share questions, ideas, and sources.
  • Group needs some teacher help.
  • Group members work together on some tasks, but not all.
  • Group needs teacher help.
  • Group members do not work together well.
  • Group needs constant help from teacher.

Go on to the Conclusion section of the WebQuest to complete the activity.