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Periodic Table Video Project

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Rubric Code: NX8CX9B
Create a 3-5 minutes video that teaches about the Periodic Table. Your video can be a music video, play, claymation, animation, TV show, or another style. The video must be professional and focus on teaching content in a fun/imaginative fashion rather than a lecture format. The video must include general information and patterns in the Periodic table, trends in electrons configuration with the Bohr Model;
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Keywords: Periodic Table, video, music video
Categories: Subjects: Biology   Chemistry  
Types: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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  Poor
0 pts
Good-Fair
2 pts
Good-Excellent
3 pts
Content
3 pts weighted X 2
Poor

The video teaches the Periodic Table concept, but it is not appropriate for the audience or is vague in its explanations.
Good-Fair

The video teaches the Periodic Table concept, but it is vague in its explanations.
Good-Excellent

The video clearly and thoroughly teaches the Periodic Table concept. The video should either assist in teaching a concept to beginners or help a person that just learned the content remember it.
Accuracy
3 pts weighted X 2
Poor

There are several Periodic Table inaccuracies in the video.
Good-Fair

There are one or more Periodic Table inaccuracies in the video.
Good-Excellent

All Periodic Table facts are accurately represented in the video.
Clarity
3 pts weighted X 2
Poor

The audience has difficulty understanding the video. The explanation of the topic is difficult to understand.
Good-Fair

The audience is able to understand most of the text/audio of the video easily. Most of the explanations are easy to understand.
Good-Excellent

The audience is able to easily understand the text/audio of the video. Explanations of the Periodic Table concepts are easily understood.
Creativity
3 pts weighted X 2
Poor

Video is uninteresting, lacking in creativity, or appears that little time was taken in its production.
Good-Fair

Video is creative and interesting. It is clear that some time and effort were dedicated to making the video unique.
Good-Excellent

Video is exceptionally creative and interesting. It is clear that significant time and effort were dedicated to making the video unique.
Quality/Presentation
3 pts weighted X 1
Poor

The video appears haphazard and of low quality.
Good-Fair

Video is well put together, props are used appropriately, music and sound effects are applied.
Good-Excellent

Video is exceptionally well put together, props are used appropriately, music and sound effects are applied.
Timing
3 pts weighted X 1
Poor

Video is under 2 minutes in length.
Good-Fair

Video is over 5 minutes in length.
Good-Excellent

Video is between 3-5 minutes (and there is no obvious "filler").



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