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iRubric: The Children's Environmental Constitution rubric

iRubric: The Children's Environmental Constitution rubric

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The Children's Environmental Constitution built by bjmills1

Rubric Code: SX9223C
Students will write an environmental constitution.
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Categories: Subjects: Social Sciences  
Types: Project  
Grade Levels: 6-8

Powered by iRubric Environmental Constitution
  Exemplary Work
4 pts
Well Developed
3 pts
Developing
2 pts
Emerging
1 pts
Incomplete/Unacceptable
0 pts
Preamble
Exemplary Work

The purpose for
writing the
Children's
Environmental
Constitution is
thoughtfully
defined. Writing is clear and explicit.
The Preamble is
free of errors in
spelling and
punctuation.
Well Developed

The purpose for
writing The
Environmental
Constitution is
clearly defined.
Writing shows good
composition with
few errors in
spelling and
punctuation.
Developing

The purpose for
writing The
Children's
Environmental
Constitution could be
better defined.
Writing needs to be
edited for
composition and/or
errors in spelling and
punctuation.
Emerging

The purpose for writing
The Children's
Environmental
Constitution requires
definition.
Errors in composition,
punctuation, and spelling
impede readability
Incomplete/Unacceptable

The Preamble has either not been successfully written or has not been completed.
The Article 1
Exemplary Work

The rule for
protecting the land
and the soil is
clearly and
accurately written.
Responses reflect
in-depth knowledge
and research of the
importance of soil
to terrestrial life.
Three or more
primary reasons for
protecting the soil
have been presented
to show how life is
nourished by the
soil and the
organisms that dwell within it. Writing is free of errors in spelling and punctuation.
Well Developed

The rule for
protecting the land
and the soil is
clearly and
accurately written.
At least three
primary reasons
have been presented
to show why soil is
necessary for
terrestrial life.
Writing shows good
composition with
few errors in
spelling and
punctuation.
Developing

The rule for
protecting the land
and the soil could be
better written. More
research on the topic
would show why soil
is necessary for all
terrestrial life.
Writing needs to be
edited for
composition and/or
errors in spelling and
punctuation.
Emerging

The rule for protecting
the land and the soil
needs to be better
researched. The Article
does not include 3
reasons why the soil
must be protected. Errors in composition,
punctuation and spelling impede readability
Incomplete/Unacceptable

Article 1 has either not been successfully written or has not been completed.
Article II
Exemplary Work

The rules for protecting our aquatic ecosystems are clearly and accurately written. It contains at least 3 reasons Why we
must protect our
salt and our fresh water ecosystems.
Responses reflect
in-depth knowledge
and research of the
importance of life
in the oceans and in
our fresh water
lakes and streams.
Writing is free of
errors in spelling
and punctuation.
Well Developed

The rules for
protecting our
aquatic ecosystems are clearly and
accurately written.
It contains at least 3
reasons Why we
must protect our
salt and fresh water
ecosystems.
Writing has few
errors in spelling
and punctuation.
Developing

The rules for
protecting our
aquatic ecosystems
could be better
written. More
research on the topic
would show why we
must protect our salt
and fresh water
ecosystems. Writing
needs to be edited for
composition and/or
errors in spelling and
punctuation.
Emerging

The rule for protecting
our aquatic cosystems
needs to be better
researched. Article II
does not include 3
reasons why we must
protect our salt and fresh water ecosystems. Errors in composition,
punctuation and spelling
impede readability.
Incomplete/Unacceptable

Article II has not been successfully written or it has not been completed.
Article III
Exemplary Work

The rule for taking
care of our
atmosphere is
clearly and
accurately written.
It contains at least 3
reasons Why we
must protect our
atmosphere.
Responses reflect
in-depth knowledge
and research of the
importance of our
atmosphere.
Writing is free of
errors in spelling
and punctuation
Well Developed

The rule for
protecting our
atmosphere is
clearly and
accurately written.
It contains at least 3
reasons Why we
must protect our
atmosphere.
Writing has few
errors in spelling
and punctuation.
Developing

The rule for
protecting our
atmosphere could be
better written. More
research on the topic
would show why we
must protect the
atmosphere that
envelopes life on
earth. Writing needs
to be edited for
composition and/or
errors in spelling and
punctuation.
Emerging

Article III does not include
3 reasons why we must
protect our atmosphere.
Errors in composition,
punctuation and spelling
impede readability
Incomplete/Unacceptable

Article III has not been successfully written or it has not been completed.
Resolution
Exemplary Work

Resolutions contain
one or more sincere
and thoughtfully
written pledges for
each of the Articles
written for The
Children's
Environmental
Constitution.
Writing is free of
errors in spelling
and punctuation.
Well Developed

Resolutions contain
at least one sincere
and thoughtfully
written pledge for
each of the Articles
written for The
Children's
Environmental
Constitution.
Writing has few errors in spelling and punctuation.
Developing

Resolutions contain
at least one
thoughtfully written
pledge for each of
the Articles written
for The Children's
Environmental
Constitution.
Writing needs to be
edited for composition and punctuation.
Emerging

Resolutions do not not
include references to the
Articles written. Errors in
composition, punctuation and spelling impede readability.
Incomplete/Unacceptable

Resolutions have either not been successfully written or have not been completed.



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