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2002, Bigelow Middle School, Engineering Technology Department

 


CAD Assignment #2 - WEB PAGE
Grading Rubric

The following examples are given as a guide to give students an idea of what they can expect for a grade given the outcome of their project.  Keep in mind, each design activity is different, but the same design criteria is applied to each.  



Criteria
Novice (5 pts.)
Developing (10 pts.)
Proficient (15 pts.)
Exemplary (20 pts.)

Computer navigation / file management
(20 points)

Folder created but web page files not saved in the correct location
Folder was created and some of the files were saved in the correct location
Folder was created and most of the files were saved in the correct location
Folder was created and all of the files were saved in the correct location

Inventor or Invention, Life Span, Time Line, and Resources
(20 points)

1 or less of the items are present on the web page
2 or less of the items are present on the web page
3 or less of the items are present on the web page
All 4 of the items are present on the web page
Images(20 points)
No images added
Only 1 image added or images are poorly sized
2 images added and are sized appropriately
3 or more images, animated gifs, illustrations, etc. added
Links
(20 points)
No links were added
Only 1 link was added and working properly
2 links were added and working properly
3 or more links were added and working properly
Web Design Skill & Effort
(20 points)
Less than 1 page design. Did not fill in the template, didn't change any design attributes.
1 page design. Partially filled in the template, didn't change any design attributes.
1 page design. Filled in the template completely and changed some design attributes.
1 page design. Filled in the template completely. Good contrast between text and background.


HINTS

  • Always select fonts that are easy to read
  • Think of creative ways to use text and backgrounds to enhance the look. The background should NOT be distracting to the web page.
  • Use colors that compliment each other. Use colors that show up well with the background you choose..
  • Find graphics, illustrations, demos, movies, etc that will keep the reader interested.
  • You may use any of the background samples located on this web site. Click HERE to see a list of backgrounds.
  • Make sure you save all images, animated gifs, backgrounds, etc. in YOUR folder, otherwise they will be show up as "broken links".

EXAMPLES

Check out the examples below to get an idea of how these assignments were graded.  
Remember, the more creative you get, the higher the points you will score

A Work
B Work
C Work

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