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Mitosis Model

  Derived from rubric: Mitosis/Meiosis 3-D Model
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Rubric Code: Z4A7X7
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Categories: Subjects: Biology  
Types: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12

Powered by iRubric Mitosis Model
  Outstanding
10 pts
Very Effective
8 pts
Effective
6 pts
Marginally Effective
4 pts
Ineffective
2 pts
Construction / Materials
Outstanding

Appropriate materials were selected and creatively modified in ways that made them even better. Student went above and beyond criteria for project.
Very Effective

Appropriate materials were selected and there was an attempt at creative modification to make them even better.
Effective

Appropriate materials were selected and modified to create a model.
Marginally Effective

Some appropriate materials were selected but minimal modification was attempted to create structure.
Ineffective

Inappropriate materials were selected and contributed to a product that performed poorly.
Quality of work
Outstanding

Great care taken in construction process so that the structure is neat, attractive and follows plans accurately.
Very Effective

Constuction was careful and accurate for the most part, but 1-2 details could have been refined for a more attractive product.
Effective

Construction accurately followed the plans, but 3-4 details could have been refined for a more attractive product.
Marginally Effective

Construction appears careless or haphazard. Many details need refinement for a strong or attractive product
Ineffective

Construction appears almost non-existent. Student supplied some material that has no organization or evidence of product.
Mitosis criteria
Outstanding

Included all required aspects of a mitosis stage .
Very Effective

Included most required aspects of mitosis stage (1 criteria left out). Can still see specific structures of mitosis
Effective

Included some of the required aspects of mitosis (2-3 criteria left out). can still see differences.
Marginally Effective

Included very few required aspects of mitosis (4-5 criteria left out). little recognized structure.
Ineffective

Included almost no required aspects of mitosis (more than 5 criteria left out). Materials used to produce something hard to recognize
Accuracy
Outstanding

All aspects of mitotic stage are completed with no mistakes. Structure and chromosome , etc. are accurate.
Very Effective

All aspects of mitosis are completed with 1 mistake in Structure and chromosome , etc.
Effective

All aspects of mitosis are completed with 2-3 mistakes in Structure and chromosome , etc.
Marginally Effective

All aspects of mitosis are completed with 4-5 mistakes in Structure and chromosome , etc.
Ineffective

All aspects of mitosis are completed with more than 5 mistakes in Structure and chromosome , etc.
Presentation
Outstanding

Able to completely explain the steps of cell division
Very Effective

Explains mitosis with 1-2 mistakes.
Effective

Explains mitosis with 3-4 mistakes.
Marginally Effective

Explains mitosis with 5-6 mistakes.
Ineffective

Unable to accuratley explain mitosis



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