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iRubric: Science Research Projects and Presentation Rubric

iRubric: Science Research Projects and Presentation Rubric

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Science Research Projects and Presentation Rubric built by Marykevb

Rubric Code: VX7A295
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Categories: Subjects: Geology   Science   Social Sciences   Vocational  
Types: Project   Presentation  
Grade Levels: K-5, 6-8

Powered by iRubric Project/Presentation
 
4 pts Exceeds

3 pts Good

2 pts Fair

1 pts Poor

0 pts No attempt
Presentation Content
4

-definition
-explanation
-examples
-visual
3

3/4
2

2/4
1

1/4.
0

The Student made no attempt.
Content Knowledge
4

Student displays an exceptional and thorough understanding of the content knowledge.

Student includes many interesting details and facts.
3

Student displays a good understanding of content knowledge.

Student includes some interesting details and facts.
2

Student displays some understanding of the content knowledge.

Student includes a few interesting details and facts.
1

Student does not demonstrate an understanding of the content knowledge.

Presentation is lacking interesting details and facts.
0

The Student made no attempt.
Oral Presentation
4

Student makes eye contact with audience and gestures with hands. Student speaks loud enough and with confidence. Student does not read their notes.
3

Student makes some eye contact with audience and includes a few hand gestures. Student mostly speaks loud enough and with some confidence. Student only reads their notes occasionally.
2

Students make little eye contact with audience and one hand gesture.Student speaks quietly and lacks some confidence. Student reads their notes.
1

Students make eye contact rarely and no hand gestures. Student speaks quietly and without confidence. Student reads notes directly.
0

The Student made no attempt.
Visual
4

The Student created an attractive visual which clearly displays their planet. The visual enhances the presentation. Effort is obvious.
3

The Student created an attractive visual which displays their planet. The visual enhances the presentation. Effort is fairly obvious.
2

The Student created a visual which somewhat displays their planet. The visual enhances the presentation. Effort is somewhat lacking.
1

The Student created an visual, though it does not clearly display their planet. The visual does little to enhance the presentation. Effort is not evident.
0

The Student made no attempt.
Work quality/Effort
4

The work done exceeds all expectations and shows that the learner is proud of his/her work. The student used call time productively. The effort that was put into this task is the best it can be by the learner.
3

The work was done with good effort that shows what the learner is capable of. It is evident that time was put into this electronic presentation and oral presentation. The student used class time wisely.
2

Work is done with fair effort, but the quality is still not what the learner is capable of. It is evident that the work was rushed. The student did not use class time and resources efficiently.
1

Work is done with little effort, quality is not what the learner is capable of. It is evident that the work was rushed and little time was spent on the final product. Work is incomplete. Student did not use provided class time appropriately.
0

The Student made no attempt.



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