Ecotourism Adventure Package and Activity Rubric

Detailed Rubric (pdf)



Section 1 — Student Information

Student Name:

TEACHER USE ONLY

Course: TFJ

Due Date: 

Final Grade:

Teacher: Mr. Ferguson

School: Renfrew Collegiate Institute

Date:  _______________

 

Section 2 — Overall Demonstration of Learning

N/A
Not Applicable

I
Inc.

R
Remedial

Level 1

Missed the Mark!

Level 2

Getting There!!

Level 3

On Target!!!

Level 4

Bulls Eye!!!!

N/A

20% or 30%

 

R+
R
R-

45%
40%
35%

 

1+
1
1-

59-57%
56-54%
53-50%

 

2+
2
2-

69-67%
66-64%
63-60%

 

3+
3
3-

79-77%
76-74%
73-70%

 

4+
4
4-

99-95%
94-87%
86-80%

 

Section 3 — Ecotourism Adventure Package and Activity

Criteria
Description

I
Inc.

R
Remedial

Level 1

Missed the Mark!

Level 2

Getting There!!

Level 3

On Target!!!

Level 4

Bull’s Eye!!!!

proposal

proposal should be professional, have good use of colour, appropriate detail, and a good impact

inc.

proposal is not commensurate to the grade level

weak proposal, not very professional, lacking colour, detail, and impact.

proposal is somewhat professional, includes some colour and some detail, and has minimal impact.

proposal is professional, includes good use of colour, appropriate detail and has a good impact

proposal is highly professional, has excellent use of colour (wheel theory applied), thoughtful details and a solid impact

required elements

all required elements present

inc.

missing more than 3 elements

missing no more than 3 elements

missing no more than 2 elements

no elements missing

all elements present and expanded upon

researches and gathers information

related information should be collected

inc.

proper research is not apparent

does not collect any information relating to the topic

collects very little information— some relates to the topic

collects some basic information — most relates to the topic

collects a great deal of information — all relates to the topic

quality

work product should be polished and complete

inc.

Quality of work is not commensurate to the grade level

work was routinely of poor quality and lacked a sense of pride

work product was frequently unpolished and/or incomplete

work product was usually polished and complete

work product was of extremely high quality

ambition

a drive to complete the project should be evident

inc.

demonstrated no interest or motivation

was regularly disinterested and unmotivated

often seemed disinterested or unmotivated

regularly exhibited a drive to complete the project

was extremely eager to plan and execute the project

on task

should be on task without requiring reminders

inc.

is rarely on task

needs frequent teacher reminders to get on task.

is on task some of the time. Needs teacher reminders

is on task most of the time. Does not need any teacher reminders

is on task all of the time. Does not need any teacher reminders

curb appeal

overall package should be appealing and professional looking

inc.

overall package is not commensurate to the grade level

package is somewhat complete, but not appealing or professional

package is mostly complete mostly appealing and professional

package is complete appealing and professional

package is complete and expanded upon, highly appealing and professional, bound in a solid presentation

knowledge and understanding

 

 

is lacking information in this activity.

has most of the required information for the activity.

includes all required information for the activity.

expands on all required info. with pictures, maps, etc.

thinking/inquiry

 

 

limited ability in the transfer of information/ concepts into new contexts for presentation

some ability in the transfer of information/concepts into new contexts for presentation

good ability in the transfer of information/concepts into new contexts for presentation

exceptional ability in the transfer of information/ concepts into new contexts for presentation

communication

 

 

limited clarity, limited sense of purpose, inappropriate language, weak command of topic, limited creativity in presenting ideas, audience is not engaged

moderate clarity, some sense of purpose, uses moderately appropriate language, moderate command of topic, adequate creativity, audience has limited engagement

considerable clarity, clear sense of purpose, uses germane vernacular, good command of topic, good creativity, audience is mostly engaged

excellent clarity, strong sense of purpose, uses excellent germane vernacular, excellent command of topic, excellent creativity, audience is highly engaged and eager

application

 

 

poor use of: handout/ instruction sheet, poor margins, sentences, spelling, punctuation, and capitalization

developing: margins, sentences, spelling, punctuation, and capitalization

correct use of: margins, sentences, spelling, punctuation, capitalization

excellent use of: handout/ instruction sheet, mastery of: margins, sentences, spelling, punctuation, capitalization

application

 

 

poor: eye contact, body language (slouches, fidgets, verbal tics)

developing: better eye contact, body language (slouches, fidgets, verbal tics)

good: eye contact, body language (slouches, fidgets, verbal tics).

excellent: eye contact, body language (slouches, fidgets, verbal tics)

application

 

 

poor: anecdotes, humor

developing: anecdotes, humor

good: anecdotes, humor

excellent: anecdotes, humor

overall expectations met:

A1 | A3 | B3 | B4 |  C1 | C2 | D2 | D3





















(note: grey area is for the ecotourism activity)


Checklist for Required Elements 

  • ecotourism adventure proposal
  • client information form
  • trip information (including: travel, accommodation, meal, and activities)
  • detailed budget
  • contracts to use with your clients
  • trip timeline/itinerary
  • business card (2”x3”)
  • poster ad (24”x36”)
  • brochure
  • thank-you/come again letters
  • invoice broken down by category
  • create helpful lists including:
    • event supplies
    • emergency resources
    • alternate plans
    • weather/environmental considerations
    • etc.

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Tony Ferguson,
Dec 16, 2011, 10:04 AM