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Criteria 1: Gathering Information - Student demonstrates the ability to identify appropriate sources for research. - Student effectively uses a variety of sources, such as books, websites, and databases. - Student demonstrates the ability to use keywords and search terms to find relevant information. - Student gathers information from multiple sources to ensure accuracy and reliability.

Criteria 2: Evaluating Sources - Student demonstrates the ability to evaluate the credibility and reliability of sources. - Student considers the author’s credentials, publication date, and bias when evaluating sources. - Student identifies any potential biases or limitations in the sources used. - Student uses a variety of sources to ensure a well-rounded perspective.

Criteria 3: Organizing Information - Student effectively organizes information in a logical and coherent manner. - Student uses headings, subheadings, and bullet points to organize information. - Student uses note-taking strategies, such as summarizing and paraphrasing, to condense information. - Student uses graphic organizers, such as charts or diagrams, to visually represent information.

Criteria 4: Analyzing Information - Student demonstrates the ability to analyze and interpret information. - Student identifies key ideas and main points from the gathered information. - Student makes connections between different pieces of information. - Student identifies any patterns or trends in the information.

Criteria 5: Synthesizing Information - Student effectively synthesizes information from multiple sources. - Student combines information from different sources to create a cohesive and comprehensive understanding. - Student uses their own words to summarize and synthesize information. - Student avoids plagiarism by properly citing sources used.

Criteria 6: Presenting Information - Student effectively presents their research findings in a clear and organized manner. - Student uses appropriate language and vocabulary for their grade level. - Student uses visuals, such as charts, graphs, or images, to enhance understanding. - Student includes a bibliography or works cited page to acknowledge sources used.

Criteria 7: Reflecting on the Research Process - Student reflects on their research process and identifies areas of strength and areas for improvement. - Student discusses any challenges or obstacles encountered during the research process. - Student identifies strategies or techniques that were helpful in conducting research. - Student demonstrates a growth mindset and a willingness to learn from the research experience.