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iRubric: BIOME POSTER PROJECT rubric

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BIOME POSTER PROJECT

  Derived from rubric: BIOME POSTER PROJECT
built by katemdoyle

Rubric Code: T7C8BA
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Keywords: Game Poster Book Diorama Biome
Categories: Subjects: Science  
Types: Project   Presentation  
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Powered by iRubric BIOMES
  EXCELLENT
10 pts
FAIR
7 pts
POOR
1 pts
THE NAME OF THE BIOME
EXCELLENT

Student prominently and neatly uses the name of their biome in the center of their project.
FAIR

Student uses a biome, but it is not indicated in the proper place.
POOR

Student does not tell what biome he or she is presenting and it is not obvious.
FACTS
EXCELLENT

Student indicates several facts about their biome on the poster.
FAIR

Student indicates only one fact about their biome.
POOR

Student does not indicate any facts about their biome.
PLANTS & ANIMALS
EXCELLENT

Student has a combination of illustrations,pictures, and information relating to animals and plants found in his or her biome.
FAIR

Student uses some illustrations, pictures, or information relating to animals and plants found in his or her biome.
POOR

Student uses no illustrations, pictures, or information relating to animals and plants that live in his or her biome.
ABIOTIC FEATURES
EXCELLENT

Student uses several abiotic features from his or her biome on the poster.
FAIR

Student uses a couple abiotic features from the biome.
POOR

Student does not use any abiotic features from the biome.
BIOTIC FEATURES
EXCELLENT

Student shows several Biotic features in the biome.
FAIR

Student shows a couple abiotic features in the biome.
POOR

Student does not show any biotic features in the biome.
LOCATIONS
EXCELLENT

Student lists and accurately displays many places where the biome can be found. This is done in a neat and thorough manner.
FAIR

Student lists and displays some places where the biome can be found.
POOR

Student does not list any places where the biome can be found.
CREATIVITY
EXCELLENT

Student is very creative in the way he or she uses the materials to construct the biome poster project.
FAIR

Student uses some creativity but little effort has gone into the representation of the biome.
POOR

Student is not very creative with the way he or she constructs the biome project. (Very few characteristics represented)
FOOD WEB OR FOOD CHAIN
EXCELLENT

Student neatly illustrates and labels a food web or food chain that would be in the biome that he or she chose.
FAIR

Student does not fully illustrate and label a food chain or food web.
POOR

Student does not show either a food chain or food web at all.
OVERALL PRESENTATION
EXCELLENT

Student neatly completed the project on time and the work clearly represents a great amount of effort.
FAIR

Student has completed project on time and the work represents an adequate amount of effort and neatness.
POOR

Student has not completed project.
NAME
EXCELLENT

Student's name is clearly and neatly written in the right had corner of the poster.
FAIR

Student's name is clearly and neatly written but not in the proper placement.
POOR

Student's name is not on the poster.



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