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iRubric: The pH of Living Things Lab Rubric

iRubric: The pH of Living Things Lab Rubric

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The pH of Living Things Lab Rubric

  Derived from rubric: Characteristics of Life CER Rubric
built by MaggieWilkins

Rubric Code: DX92XW3
CER using graphs for water response, experiment to create tables and graphs, 4 discussion questions and lab conclusion with CER components
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Keywords: pH lab living things graphs
Categories: Subjects: Biology   (General)  
Types: Presentation   Writing   Assessment  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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4 pts
REASONING - Water
Part A - Water
1

Conclusion does not adequately explain
the connection between the results/evidence and
the concept/content.
2

Conclusion partially explains the connection
between the results/evidence and the
concept/content.
3

Conclusion adequately explains the
connection between the results/evidence and the
concept/content.
4

Conclusion is clear and insightful while explaining
the connection between the results/evidence and the
concept/content.
Evidence
Charts and Graphs for Eggs, Liver, Buffer
1

Missing data tables and/or graphs. Graphs do not show understanding of the data
2

Many sections of data tables and graphs are missing and they do not show understanding of the data
3

The data tables and graphs are completely filled out but missing some elements
4

The data tables and graphs completely filled out with appropriate axis and and titles
Analysis Questions
Questions 1-4
1

Answers do not adequately explain
the connection between the results/evidence and
the concept/content.
2

Answers partially explain the connection
between the results/evidence and the
concept/content.
3

Answers adequately explain the connection between
the results/evidence and the concept/content.
4

Answers are clear and insightful while explaining
the connection between the results/evidence and the
concept/content.
REASONING/Conclusion
Buffers, environment pH, H+ role, biological material evidence in graphs, AHA
This section valued X 2
1

Conclusion does not adequately explain
the connection between the results/evidence and
the concept/content
2

Conclusion partially explains the connection
between the results/evidence and the
concept/content.
3

Conclusion adequately explains the connection between
the results/evidence and the concept/content.
4

Conclusion is clear and insightful while explaining
the connection between the results/evidence and the
concept/content.



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