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iRubric: Endangered Species Research Project rubric

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Endangered Species Research Project built by rdesimone78

Rubric Code: J4BBB9
Students will research an endangered species, create a poster, and present to an audience.
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Keywords: Endangered Species
Categories: Subjects: English   Science   Social Sciences  
Types: Project  
Grade Levels: 6-8

Powered by iRubric Endangered Species Poster Project
  Exceeds Expectations
4 pts
Meets Expectations
3 pts
Not Yet Meeting Expectations
2 pts
Did Not Meet Expectations
1 pts
Paper Length
Student is expected to type at least 2 pages about an endangered species of choice.
Exceeds Expectations

Paper is more than 4 pages in length.
Meets Expectations

Paper is at least 2-3 pages in length.
Not Yet Meeting Expectations

Paper is less than 2 pages in length.
Did Not Meet Expectations

Paper is not even 1 page in length.
Categories Addressed
Student is expected to address the 5 major categories of endangerment. Those being habitat, food source, endangerment status, reasons for endangerment, and interesing/important facts.
Exceeds Expectations

Student addresses and goes into depth about the 5 major categories of endangerment.
Meets Expectations

Student addresses all 5 major categories of endangerment.
Not Yet Meeting Expectations

Student mentions some, but not all categories of endangerment.
Did Not Meet Expectations

Student does not mention any categories of endangerment.
Organization
Paper needs to be well organized.
Exceeds Expectations

Paper has in depth introduction, body, and conclusion.
Meets Expectations

Paper has introduction, body paragraphs, and a conclusion.
Not Yet Meeting Expectations

Paper shows signs of introduction, body, and conclusion paragraphs, but some are difficult to discern.
Did Not Meet Expectations

Paper is not well organized. Paragraphs are not long enough and seem to overlap at times.
Writing Conventions
Paper should have appropriate spelling, grammar usage and sentence structure.
Exceeds Expectations

Paper has virtually no major errors.
Meets Expectations

Paper has few errors and does not interfere with reader's understanding.
Not Yet Meeting Expectations

Paper has some errors that make reading to become confusing at times.
Did Not Meet Expectations

Paper has many errors in spelling, grammar usage, and sentence structure.
Audience
Writer is expected to know the audience (reader) and write in an engaging manner.
Exceeds Expectations

Student knows his or her audience (reader) and writes in a way that the reader is engaged in the paper throughout.
Meets Expectations

Student knows his or her audience (reader) and takes many opportunities to keep him or her interested.
Not Yet Meeting Expectations

Student seems to know audience (reader) but tends to lose track of him or her at times in the paper.
Did Not Meet Expectations

Student does not make an attempt to know audience (reader) and seems to write paper in a mechanical fashion.
Poster/Presentation
Student is expected to present findings in a visual manner to an audience.
Exceeds Expectations

Student has a poster, consisting of numerous facts and pictures, and engages his or her audience for duration of time.
Meets Expectations

Student has a poster, presents some findings, and addresses his or her audience for most of the time.
Not Yet Meeting Expectations

Student has a poster, but it seems to lack flare and facts. Student seems more interested in poster rather than audience.
Did Not Meet Expectations

Student does not have a poster nor conduct a presentation, and simply talks about his or her endangered species of choice.



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