The DBQ Process

The Three Musketeers

All for one, and one for all!

The Three Little Pigs

 

 

 

 

Working hard…but maybe not together.

The Three Bears

 

 

 

 

 

To each his own - not enough common ground.

The Three Stooges

 

 

 

Can’t understand each other – and nobody else can, either!

 

 

Planning

  • The group makes a good plan and revises it as needed
  • Progress toward the goal is consistent
  • The group makes a good plan
  • Progress towards the goal is consistent

  • The group makes plan, but fails to follow through
  • Progress toward the goal is inconsistent; some goals are unmet
  • No clear plan – just winging it
  • Progress is inconsistent or imperceptible; many goals unmet

 

 

 

 

 

Teamwork

  • Excellent group communication to complete tasks and resolve conflicts
  • Work is equally distributed
  • Respect shown among all members of the group
  • Leadership and responsibility assumed by all members of the group – everyone’s a leader!

  • Group communication is adequate to complete tasks and resolve conflicts, though problems may go unattended
  • Work is equally distributed
  • Respect shown among all members of the group
  • Leadership falls to one or two members of the group – others are responsible.
  • Group does not communicate well; group may splinter off into mini-groups; confusion as to who is responsible for what tasks
  • Work is not equally distributed
  • Lack of respect among members; some may feel left out
  • Leadership falls on one person, or is grabbed by one person; some group members are not responsible
  • Group makes no attempt at communication beyond socializing
  • Work is not equally distributed
  • Little respect shown among group members
  • No clear leadership or sense of responsibility; work all falls to one person and other group members don’t really care

 

 

Product

  • The end product shows that the group worked together; clear and cohesive design, little repetition of information
  • The end product shows that the group made a good effort to work together; clear design, may be repetitive
  • The end product shows that the group did not work together well; unclear or fragmented design and frequent repetition of information
  • The end product is unsatisfactory; slapped together

 

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