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Cell Membrane Model

  Derived from rubric: Cell Membrane Model
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Rubric Code: MX9X29X
For this project students built a 3D model of a cell membrane.
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Keywords: Cell Membrane Model
Categories: Subjects: Biology  
Types: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12

Powered by iRubric Cell Membrane Model
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1 pts
Fair
2 pts
Good
3 pts
Excellent
4 pts
Outstanding
5 pts
Organelles of Membrane
Poor

Four or more of the organelles are missing.
Fair

Three of the organelles are missing.
Good

Two of the organelles are missing.
Excellent

One of the organelles listed in outstanding is missing.
Outstanding

The fluid mosaic model includes all organelles: the lipid bilayer, inside cell, outside cell, embedded protein molecules, protein channel, and carbohydrate chain or other molecule.
Lipid bilayer
Poor

The description is unclear and missing more than one detail, or the description is not in the student's own words.
Fair

Description is missing more than one detail or the description is not in the student's own words.
Good

Description is clear but lacking one detail or idea.
Excellent

Description is clear AND original; description/explanation is in students' own words.
Outstanding

Original, clear description shows student fully understands the structure and function of the lipid bilayer.
Diffusion
Poor

Student would have been better off speaking in a foreign language.
Fair

Explanations are unclear.
Good

Missing one detail.
Excellent

Explanation is clear. Students demonstrate differences between active and passive transport
Outstanding

Explanation is clear, original and accurate. It demonstrates the differences between two main types of active transport, passive transport.
Peripheral Proteins
Poor

Student would have been better of puking.
Fair

Explanations are unclear.
Good

Missing one detail.
Excellent

Clear explanation but lacks depth, examples or originality.
Outstanding

Accompanying description is clear and shows student fully understands the structure and function of the peripheral proteins. The description is in the student's own words.
Protein Channel
Poor

Student would have been better off pretending to pass out.
Fair

Explanations are unclear.
Good

Missing one detail.
Excellent

Clear explanation but lacks depth, examples or originality.
Outstanding

Accompanying description is clear and shows student fully understands the structure and function of the protein channel. The description is in the student's own words.
Labels
Poor

None of the components are labelled.
Fair

3 or more of the components are incorrectly identified.
Good

2 components are incorrectly identified.
Excellent

1 component is incorrectly identified.
Outstanding

Labels correctly identifies all components of the cell membrane.
Creativity & Neatness
Poor

This model shows little effort, or may look like a last minute effort.
Fair

This model shows less than average work effort and is similar to most others turned in. The model is somewhat messy, runny, or has a lot of structural damage.
Good

This model shows average work effort and looks similar to most others turned in. The cell model has some structural or other neatness problems.
Excellent

This model shows genuine hard work on the part of its maker, but doesn't stand out as being different than the norm. The model looks neat and clean.
Outstanding

This model shows genuine hard work on the part of its maker. It stands out as being a different type of idea than the norm. The model looks neat and clean.



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