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eCL Bi12 - A Curious Case Indeed

  Derived from rubric: C17 General Rubric
built by Jerry_Bleecker

Rubric Code: QX34X59
In this activity, you assume the role of renowned investigator, Black Jaques Sherlaques! You've been called to the Canadian Consulate. The President of Yattastania has been poisoned at dinner! Reviewing the menu, there are 4 possible contaminants. Determine their nutrients & identity. First, you need training. Go to eCampusLive to learn nutrient testing for sugars, carbohydrates, proteins, and lipids. Then, test samples from the crime scene. Who dunnit? It's your job to find out.
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Categories: Subjects: Biology  
Types: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12

Powered by iRubric A Curious Case Indeed
  Poor
2 pts
Fair
3 pts
Good
8 pts
Wicked
10 pts
Lab Training - Day 1
Poor

The student doesn't fully complete nutrient testing - sugars, carbohydrates, protein, lipids.

The nutrient report is largely incomplete.
Fair

The student completes nutrient testing - sugars, carbohydrates, protein, lipids.

The nutrient report is somewhat incomplete.
Good

The student completes nutrient testing - sugars, carbohydrates, protein, lipids.

The nutrient report is mostly complete and submitted on time.
Wicked

The student completes nutrient testing - sugars, carbohydrates, protein, lipids.

The nutrient report is fully complete and submitted on time.
Lab Work Day 2
Nutrient Test Unknown the Samples taken from the Glasses at the Ambassador's Table

Forensic analysis of finger and palm prints is also required.
Poor

The student doesn't complete nutrient testing - sugars, carbohydrates, protein, lipids.

Poor data recording is done -- no tables used. Information is in disarray.

Forensic analysis of the prints is incorrect.
Fair

The student completes nutrient testing - sugars, carbohydrates, protein, lipids.

Data is recorded on tables created by the team.

There is some organization...

Forensic analysis of the prints is done, but there are errors.
Good

The student completes nutrient testing - sugars, carbohydrates, protein, lipids.

Data is recorded / organized in tables.

The lab report is submitted including the data gathered by tests.

The lab report includes forensic analysis and summary of the prints. The analysis is correct.
Wicked

The student completes nutrient testing - sugars, carbohydrates, protein, lipids.

Data is recorded / organized in tables.

Table titles are clear, numbered, and organized clearly.

The lab report is submitted including the data gathered by tests.

The lab report includes forensic analysis and summary of the prints. The analysis is correct.
Report - Whodunnit
This should be fun :)
Poor

The student doesn't follow the clues that lead to a possible perpetrator.

They do not solve the case.

A brief report is not submitted explaining whoddunit.

i.e.

- Who did it.
- How they did it.
- What evidence proves their guilt.
- When they did it.
- Why they did it.
Fair

The student follows the clues that lead to a possible perpetrator.

They do not solve the case.

A brief report is submitted but doesn't properly explain whoddunit.

i.e.

- Who did it.
- How they did it.
- What evidence proves their guilt.
- When they did it.
- Why they did it.
Good

The student follows the clues that lead to the possible perpetrator.


They solve the case.

A brief report is submitted properly explaining whoddunit.


i.e.

- Who did it.
- How they did it.
- What evidence proves their guilt.
- When they did it.
- Why they did it.
Wicked

The student follows the clues that lead to the possible perpetrator.


They solve the case.

A brief report is submitted explaining whoddunit.


i.e.

- Who did it.
- How they did it.
- What evidence proves their guilt.
- When they did it.
- Why they did it.

The student uses a unique approach for their report. They go above and beyond and provide a summary of the clues in a brief video, podcast, et



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