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iRubric: Scientific Method Rubric

iRubric: Scientific Method Rubric

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Scientific Method Rubric

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Rubric Code: VX9X6B2
To evaluate students understanding of the scientific method. Following this Rubric students are to design the application of the Scientific Method to an observed problem or situation.
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Keywords: Scientific Method
Categories: Subjects: Science  
Types: Handout  
Grade Levels: 6-8

Powered by iRubric Scientific Method
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1 pts
Fair
2 pts
Good
3 pts
Excellent
4 pts
State Questions
Collection Information and Observations
Poor

Lacks/not understandable/unorganized questions
Fair

Question is vague and not well developed. Does not use the needed science vocabulary
Good

Question is understandable but not well developed. Some science vocabulary used.
Excellent

Question is clearly stated and well developed. Science vocabulary is used to the extent needed.
Hypothesis/Testing Hypothesis
Poor

Your hypothesis is invalid.

Mr. Ur drank 3 cups of coffee, so the sky is blue.
Fair

Your hypothesis may be valid but there is no supporting evidence.
Good

Your hypothesis my be valid but the observations are not conclusively supporting.
Excellent

Your hypothesis is a valid one given the observations and data.
Data Results
Poor

Data results are mostly incomplete (more than half) and not comprehensible.
Fair

Some data results (3)are missing and incorrect
Good

Few data results (1-2) are missing and some are incorrect.
Excellent

All data is present and correct.
Conclusion
Poor

Problem or observed situation not included. Lack of Structure.
Fair

Vague mention of problem or observed situation. Conclusion is not complete.
Good

Problem or observed situation clearly stated. Conclusion is not complete.
Excellent

Problem or observed situation clearly stated and your conclusion is valid. Stated an applicable to real world situation in which you could use the information learned.
Paper/Sructure
Poor

Not able to follow along with what is being taught.
Fair

Difficult to follow along.
Good

Some problems with keeping focus on the task.
Excellent

Easy to read
Easy to follow



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