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Space Mission Presentation

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Rubric Code: DX86XW8
Groups or individual students will research and discover information about an aspect of space: space objects, gravity, planets, astronauts, space missions, space food, etc. may be topics. Students will provide facts with detailed explanations about their chosen topic. At least one visual should be included in whatever format their final project takes. A class presentation will be made, and neatness and timeliness of work will be evaluated.
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Keywords: space, planets, project, stars, space technology, galaxies, solar system
Categories: Subjects: Foreign Languages   Geography   Geology   History   Physics   Science   Social Sciences  
Types: Project   Presentation   Writing  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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  Exemplary
4 pts Exceeds the requirements for this subject and grade level's standards
Proficient
3 pts Meets the requirements for the subject and grade level's standards
Developing
2 pts Shows many characteristics aligned with this subject and grade level's standards but does not meet all expectations
Beginning
1 pts Shows a minimum number of characteristics aligned with this subject and grade level's standards but is far from meeting the expectations
KNOWLEDGE/UNDERSTANDING
What was the science mission of your project?
Science Goals

Overview (Space craft journey from Earth to Space destination)
Flight?Dates?&?Summaries?
Other?Information?&?Facts
Demonstrates an understanding of the topic researched . through description of space related concepts, ideas and/or theories, including at least 10 new facts NOT discussed in class.
Exemplary

Science Goals
Overview (Space craft journey from Earth to Space destination)
Flight?Dates?&?Summaries?
Other?Information?&?Facts- demonstrates an in depth understanding
Clear understanding : M
Proficient

Science Goals
Overview (Space craft journey from Earth to Space destination)
Flight?Dates?&?Summaries?
Other?Information?&?Facts
Developing

Demonstrates an understanding of the topic researched through description of space related concepts, ideas and/or theories. 5-7 NEW facts about the researched topic are presented in the project.
Beginning

Demonstrates an understanding of the topic researched through description of space related concepts, ideas and/or theories. Less than 5 NEW facts about the researched topic are presented in the project.
KNOWLEDGE/UNDERSTANDING
Exemplary

Which Rocket that Launched it? Or How did this spacecraft reach its destination . Include Name of the Rocket, Where was it launched ? Amount?of?Fuel
• Purpose • Manufacturer
• Thrust?in?Pounds
• Images?of?Rocket
Part of the Rockets
Or
SPACE SHUTTLE OR SPACE CRAFT
Space Shuttle • Spacecraft Purpose
o Why was it built? • Description of Space Shuttle System
o Solid Rocket Boosters Description of a few missions
• Photos & Diagrams O
Proficient

Which Rocket that Launched it? Or How did this spacecraft reach its destination . Include Name of the Rocket, Where was it launched ? Amount?of?Fuel
• Purpose • Manufacturer
• Thrust?in?Pounds
• Images?of?Rocket
Part of the Rockets
Or
SPACE SHUTTLE OR SPACE CRAFT
Space Shuttle • Spacecraft Purpose
o Why was it built? • Description of Space Shuttle System
o Solid Rocket Boosters Description of a few
Developing

Which Rocket that Launched it? Or How did this spacecraft reach its destination . Include Name of the Rocket, Where was it launched ? Amount?of?Fuel
• Purpose • Manufacturer
• Thrust?in?Pounds
• Images?of?Rocket
Part of the Rockets
Or
SPACE SHUTTLE OR SPACE CRAFT
Space Shuttle • Spacecraft Purpose
o Why was it built? • Description of Space Shuttle System
o Solid Rocket Boosters Description of a few
Beginning

Which Rocket that Launched it? Or How did this spacecraft reach its destination . Include Name of the Rocket, Where was it launched ? Amount?of?Fuel
• Purpose • Manufacturer
• Thrust?in?Pounds
• Images?of?Rocket
Part of the Rockets
Or
SPACE SHUTTLE OR SPACE CRAFT
Space Shuttle • Spacecraft Purpose
o Why was it built? • Description of Space Shuttle System
o Solid Rocket Boosters Description of a few
COMMUNICATION
Proper use of conventions,vocabulary and terminology related to Space research in oral, visual and/or written forms related to the topic of study.
Exemplary

Proper use of conventions,vocabulary and terminology related to Space research in oral, visual and/or written forms related to the topic of study.
Proficient

Proper use of conventions,vocabulary and terminology related to Space research in oral, visual and/or written forms related to the topic of study.
Developing

Proper use of conventions,vocabulary and terminology related to Space research in oral, visual and/or written forms related to the topic of study.
Beginning

Proper use of conventions,vocabulary and terminology related to Space research in oral, visual and/or written forms related to the topic of study.
COMMUNICATION
Must include some form of visual aid. May use graphs, charts, pictures, and/or video.
Exemplary

Multiple visual aids have an element of creativity and style. Information is presented in a clear manner with full understanding of the subject.
Proficient

The visual aid is clear and logical and contains facts with very few mistakes. Information is clear with full understanding of the subject.
Developing

The visual aid shows some understanding of the subject matter, but contains errors. It lacks meaning to the intended presentation.
Beginning

The visual aid does not reveal a clear understanding of the subject matter or no visual aid is included (0).
THINKING/UNDERSTANDING
Scientific Data : Discuss the data with pictures and words that the mission brought back to the scientific community
What kind of instruments it carried and how was the data brought back? What was the benefit to human society ?
Exemplary

Scientific Data : Discuss the data with pictures and words that the mission brought back to the scientific community
What kind of instruments it carried and how was the data brought back? What was the benefit to human society ?
Proficient

Scientific Data : Discuss the data with pictures and words that the mission brought back to the scientific community
What kind of instruments it carried and how was the data brought back? What was the benefit to human society ?
Developing

Scientific Data : Discuss the data with pictures and words that the mission brought back to the scientific community
What kind of instruments it carried and how was the data brought back? What was the benefit to human society ?
Beginning

Scientific Data : Discuss the data with pictures and words that the mission brought back to the scientific community
What kind of instruments it carried and how was the data brought back? What was the benefit to human society ?
VISUAL APPEAL/NEATNESS
Completed project includes neat, legible, orderly information, demonstrating time and care by the student.
Exemplary

The work done exceeds all expectations. The effort put into this task is the best it can be by the learner and significant time in the project is evident.
Proficient

Work is done with good effort that shows the capability of the learner. It is evident that time was put into this project.
Developing

Work is done with fair effort, but the quality is not what the learner is capable of. It is evident that the work was rushed or not given appropriate time and attention.
Beginning

Work is done with little effort, shows lack of quality, and may be incomplete. It is evident little time was spent on the final product.
BIBLIOGRAPHY
Must include a bibliography of resources used, including name of website, book, etcl; URL address of websites; author of book; group publishing website or book; year published/updated.
Exemplary

Bibliography includes all sources consulted, is in correct format, and clearly shows student effort beyond the basic search for minimal resources.
Proficient

Bibliography includes all resources consulted, is in correct format, and shows student effort to find basic resources for the project (minimum 3 resources).
Developing

Bibliography does not include a variety of basic resources and may not be in the correct format overall.
Beginning

Bibliography is not in the correct format and includes only a few generic resources.
PRESENTATION
Student demonstrated complete subject knowledge and took ownership of the end product.
Exemplary

The student is well-prepared, presents the information clearly, and displays a complete understanding of the information.Speaker maintains good eye contact with audience
Proficient

The student presents the information clearly and displays a reasonable understanding of their information. There may be mispronunciations or the inability to answer some basic questions.Speaker maintains good eye contact with audience
Developing

The information presented is not clearly presented with understanding of the project. However, order and flow is evident.Speaker maintains some eye contact with audience. Most of the time reading
Beginning

Not enough preparation was done for the presentation of the information. It lacks the expected organization and flow. Speaker was not reading and went off the time



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