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iRubric: Animal Report rubric

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Animal Report

  Derived from rubric: Animal Report
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Rubric Code: M43987
Students are selecting an animal, researching and writing about their animal, and designing a poster to aid them in their presentation. The presentation should tell about where their animal lives, what their animal eats, what their animal looks like, and why they choose the animal. Students may write their report notes on index cards, or use their posters to help them remember the important facts about their animal during their presentation.
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Keywords: Animal Project
Categories: Subjects: Science  
Types: Project  
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Powered by iRubric Animal Report
  Beginning
1 pts
Developing
2 pts
Secure
3 pts
Preparedness
Beginning

Student does not seem prepared.
Developing

Student seems mostly prepared but needed a bit more practice.
Secure

Student is prepared for the report and has obviously practiced.
What The Animal Looks Like
Beginning

Description of animal is inaccurate or does not give any improtant details.
No picture of animal, or picture was very small.
Developing

Gives a description of animal but leaves out a couple of important features. Picture is present but not labeled.
Secure

Gives an accurate description of how the animal looks, and has a detailed picture with important parts labeled.
About The Animal's Needs
Beginning

Does not list any items that the animal eats.
Developing

Lists one item that the animal eats.
Secure

Lists two or more items that the animal eats, and includes pictures on the poster.
Where The Animal Lives
Beginning

Gives little or no details about where the animal is found and includes very few facts about the animals habitiat.
Developing

Gives some details about where the animal is found in the world,but only includes some facts about the animals habitat.
Secure

Gives details about where in the world the animal is found, and tells many facts about it's habitat.
Animal Project
booklet, diorama, poster, slideshow, etc.
Beginning

No pictures, or pictures are too small to see, many of the important facts are not included in the project
Developing

Pictures are okay, somewhat clearly labeled, and most of the important facts are included.
Secure

Pictures are large enough to see clearly and are labeled, it has a visible title, and all the important facts are included .
Reasons For Chosing The Animal
Beginning

No reason is given.
Developing

Student has given very few details explaining why he/she chose their animal.
Secure

Student has given lots of details explaining why he/she chose their animal.
Listens to Other Presentations
Beginning

Sometimes is not listening and is being disruptive.
Developing

Sometimes is not listening, but is not being disruptive.
Secure

Listens intently. Does not make distracting noises or movements.



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