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iRubric: Prototype : Model rubric

iRubric: Prototype : Model rubric

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Prototype : Model

  Derived from rubric: Science Fair Project : Model
built by wolfman2911

Rubric Code: U59975
Choosing one piece of technology commonly used today trace the history of its development and produce a prototype of that technology in use in the year 2025.
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Keywords: science model
Categories: Subjects: Science  
Types: Project   Presentation  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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  Below Expectation
6 pts
Approaching Expectation
7.5 pts
Meets Expectation
9 pts
Exceeds Expectation
10 pts
10 pts
Below Expectation

Model is not accompanied by a diagram.
Approaching Expectation

Model is accompanied by a diagram but may contain errors.
Meets Expectation

Model is accompanied by a diagram. However, parts of the diagram are not labeled and cannot be used as a key to better understand the model/science concept.
Exceeds Expectation

Model is accompanied by a carefully designed diagram. The diagram is labeled and can be used as a key to better understand the model/science concept.
10 pts
Below Expectation

Model shows no research in planning.
Approaching Expectation

Model shows evidence of research in planning but does not cite a bibliography.
Meets Expectation

Model is accompanied by a bibliography but cites only one research reference used in planning the model.
Exceeds Expectation

Model is accompanied by a bibliography citing at least two research references used in planning the model.
Science Concepts
10 pts
Below Expectation

Model does not relate to a scientific concept nor make connections to real world applications.
Approaching Expectation

Scientific concepts and connections to real world applications are unclear.
Meets Expectation

Model represents scientific concepts with minor errors and shares connections for real world applications.
Exceeds Expectation

Model clearly represents scientific concepts and is scientifically correct, having connections to real world applications.
5 pts
Below Expectation

The model is poorly constructed with no materials listed on presentation board.
Approaching Expectation

The model is constructed but uses materials that are not well chosen.
Meets Expectation

The model is carefully constructed with materials but does not showcase student's creativity.
Exceeds Expectation

The model is carefully constructed with materials that showcase student's creativity and are appropriate.
5 pts
Below Expectation

Does not speak clearly, make eye contact, or is unprepared to present model.
Approaching Expectation

Eye contact, clear speech, or preparation to present model is minimal.
Meets Expectation

Speaks clearly, makes eye contact, and presents model well.
Exceeds Expectation

Anticipates questions and takes ownership of the model.
10 pts
Below Expectation

No depth of understanding displayed. Prototype does not significantly differ from current technology
Approaching Expectation

Little depth of understanding shown. Prototype differs from current technology in only superficial ways
Meets Expectation

Support shows some depth of understanding. Prototype is based on conjecture.
Exceeds Expectation

Support shows depth of understanding by projecting current trends into the future.

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