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iRubric: Cell project rubric

iRubric: Cell project rubric

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Cell project rubric

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Rubric Code: R83A98
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Categories: Subjects: Science  
Types: Project  
Grade Levels: 6-8

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  Poor
1 pts
Fair
2 pts
Good
3 pts
Excellent
4 pts
Incomplete/missing
0 pts
Required information
Poor

4-5 Organelles are not named or are not named/described correctly. Functions of each organelle are not explained at all, or are only explained in minimal detail. The cell as a whole is not clearly shown or accurately labeled.
Fair

2-3 Organelles are not named or are not named/described correctly. Functions of each organelle are are only explained in some detail. The cell as a whole is not entirely clearly shown or all parts are not accurately labeled.
Good

Most required information is present, and all organelles are correctly named and described. Functions of each organelle are explained in good detail. The cell as a whole is shown clearly and accurately labeled, as are the organelles
Excellent

All required information is present. All organelles are correctly named and thoroughly described. Functions of each organelle are explained in excellent detail. The cell as a whole is shown clearly and accurately labeled, as are the organelles.
Incomplete/missing

A majority of required information is missing. This would include information about the cell as a whole and also the organelles.
Visual organelle images
Poor

Organelles are not all shown clearly in accurate photographs or illustrations. They may not have accurate relative size or shape in reference to the whole cell. Many images are not labelled correctly. Many images do not have sources listed.
Fair

Organelles are all shown clearly in accurate photographs or illustrations but may not have accurate relative size in reference to the whole cell. All but a few images are labelled correctly. A few images do not have sources listed.
Good

Organelles are all shown clearly in accurate photographs or illustrations but may not have accurate relative size in reference to the whole cell. All images are labelled correctly. All images have sources listed.
Excellent

Organelles are all shown clearly in accurate photographs or illustrations. The relative size of the organelles is accurate as shown in reference to the whole cell. All images are labelled correctly. All images have sources listed.
Incomplete/missing

Many organelle images are missing, and the cell as a whole is not correctly shown or labeled. Individual organelles are mising 5 or more.
Correct Grammar, Spelling, Punctuat
Poor

Information, diagrams & labels have 5-7 total errors in spelling, punctuation, grammar, and capitalization.
Fair

Information, diagrams & labels have 3-4 total errors in spelling, punctuation, grammar, and capitalization.
Good

Information, diagrams & labels have 1-2 total errors in spelling, punctuation, grammar, and capitalization.
Excellent

All information, diagrams & labels have correct spelling, punctuation, and grammar, as well as capitalization.
Incomplete/missing

Information, diagrams & labels have 8 or more total errors in spelling, punctuation, grammar, and capitalization.
Submitted on time
Poor

Project is handed in three - four days after the due date, but is still complete.
Fair

Project is handed in 1-2 days late. The project is complete.
Good

Project is handed in after the class period, but still on the due date. The project is complete.
Excellent

Project is handed in on time and is thoroughly completed.
Incomplete/missing

The project is handed in, but is not completed to an acceptable level to receive credit, or the assignment was not handed in with enough time to receive credit, or was not handed in at all.
Cell as a whole
Poor

Cell is shown as a whole, is mostly correctly labeled, but has 4-5 errors or omissions and/or is not of a appropriate size on the project that makes it easy to see/read.
Fair

Cell is shown as a whole, is mostly correctly labeled, but has 3-4 errors or omissions and/or is not of a appropriate size on the project that makes it easy to see/read.
Good

Cell is shown as a whole, is mostly correctly labeled with only 1-2 omissions or errors, and is of a appropriate size on the project that makes it easy to see/read.
Excellent

Cell is shown as a whole, is correctly labeled, and is of a appropriate size on the project that makes it easy to see/read.
Incomplete/missing

Cell as whole is not shown.
work ethic
Poor

Class time was not used effectively as designated, and student required frequent prompting to remain on task, or was frequently off task so that little was accomplished. Some work was evident that showed use of resources and some effort. Student showed sporadic initiative and interest in the project.
Fair

Class time was not used effectively as designated, and student required prompting to remain on task. Some work was evident that showed a good use of resources and effort. Student showed some initiative and interest in the project
Good

Class time was used effectively as designated, with minimal teacher prompting. Some work was evident that showed a good use of resources and effort. Student showed initiative and interest in the project.
Excellent

Class time was used effectively as designated, without teacher prompting. Work was evident that showed an excellent use of resources and effort. Student showed initiative and interest in the project.
Incomplete/missing

Class time was used ineffectively and not at all as designated. Student was frequently off task so that little was accomplished. Teacher intervention and redirection was a constant. There was no evidence of completed work or effort that showed use of resources. Student showed little to no initiative and/or interest in the project.



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