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This table explains how your project will be evaluated.  Refer to it often and do your best work!
 
 
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Developing
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Accomplished
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Exemplary
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Score
Landscape design
No organized fenced in area; student did not attempt
Fenced area extends into flower, tree or bush areas; fenced area is not 220 square feet
Fenced area is placed in yard measuring at least 220 square feet with boundaries outlined
Fenced area is neatly placed in yard measuring at least 220 square feet with boundaries neatly outlined
 
Quality of landscape design
Landscape design is of poor quality; student did not attempt
Landscape design has erasure marks, is torn, folded or has some other type of destruction
Landscape design has erasure marks or other markings that are distracting to final product
Landscape design is top quality - neat and clean landscape design
 
Perimeter of
fenced area
Student did not attempt to figure the perimeter
 
Perimeter has not been figured correctly
Perimeter has been figured correctly
 
Cost of fencing
Student did not attempt to figure the cost of the fencing materials
Cost has not been calculated correctly, cost may not be the cheapest fencing
Students have visited all 3 sites, found the cheapest cost of the fencing materials but have not calculated the cost correctly
Students have visited all 3 sites, found the cheapest cost of the fencing materials and have calculated the cost correctly
 
Friendly letter - mechanics
Letter has 5 or more mechanical, spelling or grammatical errors; student did not write a letter
Letter has 3 or 4 mechanical, spelling or grammatical errors
Letter has 1 or 2 mechanical, spelling or grammatical errors
Letter has no mechanical, spelling or grammatical errors
 
Friendly letter - content
Letter is off task;  student did not write a letter
Letter has one paragraph, a weak attempt of explanations of findings for fenced in area
Letter has two paragraphs with explanations of findings for fenced in area
Letter has two fully developed paragraphs with elaborated explanations of findings for fenced in area