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iRubric: Nuclear Waste in IL rubric

iRubric: Nuclear Waste in IL rubric

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Nuclear Waste in IL built by TSharma

Rubric Code: RX9XWX6
Students will write a bill addressing the issue of nuclear waste in the state of IL
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Categories: Subjects: Chemistry  
Types: Writing  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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  Beginning
1 pts
Developing
2 pts
Average
3 pts
Proficient
4 pts
Exemplary
5 pts
Title/Name of Bill
Beginning

- The name of your bill is not related to its purpose
- It is not persuasive
Developing

- The name of your bill does not adequately describe its purpose
- It is not persuasive
Average

- You have attempted to name your bill something that will persuade people that it needs to passed
Proficient

- You named your bill something that will persuade people that it needs to be passed
Exemplary

- You creatively named your bill something that will persuade people that it needs to passed
Preamble
Beginning

- The preamble is too long and/or wordy.
- The purpose of the bill is unclear.
- The problem and explanation as to why and how this problem must addressed is missing.
Developing

- The preamble is too long. - The purpose is stated but not adequately explained. - The problem is stated but the why and how this problem should be addressed is missing.
Average

- You have attempted to state the purpose of the bill.
- The problem is stated.
- The why and how this problem should be addressed is not adequately stated.
Proficient

- You have explained the purpose of the bill.
- The problem is clearly stated.
- You have attempted to explain the why and how this problem should be addressed.
Exemplary

- The purpose of this bill has been explained in-depth.
- The problem and why and how this problem should be addressed are clearly stated.
Body Clauses
Beginning

- Body clauses are too long.
- The clauses are vague or impossible to enact.
- They do not have a clear link to a solution for the problem
Developing

- Body clauses are too long.
- You have not adequately stated what the clauses are.
- The majority of clauses do not have a clear link to a solution for the problem.
Average

- You have attempted to clearly state the clauses of the bill.
- Approximately half of the clauses have a clear link to the solution for the problem.
Proficient

- You have explained the clauses of the bill.
- Approximately three quarters of the clauses stated have a clear link to the solution for the problem.
Exemplary

- The clauses are explained in-depth.
- All body clauses have a clear and precise link to a solution for the problem.
Content
Beginning

- Content is not related to the topic of the bill.
- There are no clear major points.
Developing

- Content is incomplete.
- Major points are not clear and/or persuasive.
Average

- Content is not comprehensive and/or persuasive.
- Content is inconsistent with regard to purpose and clarity of thought.
Proficient

- Content is comprehensive, accurate, and persuasive.
- Major points are stated clearly and are well supported.
- Purpose is clear.
Exemplary

- Content is comprehensive, accurate, and persuasive.
- Major points are stated clearly and well supported. - Content is clear and interesting.
Supporting Facts
Beginning

- There is no hard data/evidence to support the bill.
- Proof of research is absent.
Developing

- Bill lacks any hard data/evidence of research into this topic.
- Proof of research is absent.
Average

- Research is inadequate or does not address concepts in bill.
- Major points are addressed but not well supported.
Proficient

- Research is adequate and address concepts in bills.
- Major points are addressed and supported with evidence.
Exemplary

- Research is complete and addresses concepts in bill.
- Major points are thoroughly addressed and well supported with evidence.



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