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iRubric: Animal Habitat Diorama Project rubric

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Animal Habitat Diorama Project

  Derived from rubric: Science Diorama Project
built by missross15

Rubric Code: C273CX
Students fill out the animal habitat information sheet and create a box diorama of three animals in their natural habitat.
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Categories: Subjects: Science  
Types: Project   Presentation  
Grade Levels: K-5

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4 pts
Good
6 pts
Excellent
8 pts
Perfect
10 pts
Information Sheet Table
Students were asked to fill in the table to describe how their animals survive in the habitat.
Needs Work

The table is not filled in correctly.
Good

Some of the areas are filled in. Some words may be hard to read.
Excellent

All areas are filled in. Words are legible.
Perfect

All areas are filled in and contain rich details. Multiple foods are listed for each animal. Words are legible.
Information Sheet - Weather/Temp.
Students were asked to describe the weather and temperature in the habitat.
Needs Work

The section is incomplete.
Good

Sentences describe the weather or temperature, but not both. Punctuation may or may not be used. Sentences may or may not be clear.
Excellent

Sentences describe the weather and temperature. Punctuation may or may not be used. Sentences may or may not be clear.
Perfect

Clear sentences describe the weather and temperature. Punctuation is used.
Diorama
Students were asked to be creative and neat. The diorama should exhibit sources of food, water and shelter
Needs Work

Was made, but did not exhibit sources of food, water, and shelter. Was not neatly made, or did not use creative methods.
Good

Exhibited some sources (food, water and shelter), but not all. It was neat , but did not use a lot of creativity.
Excellent

Exhibited all sources of food, water and shelter. It was neat, but may have not been very creative in comparison to the rest of the class.
Perfect

Exhibited all sources of food, water and shelter. It was neat and very creative in comparison to the rest of the class.
Presentation
Students were advised to read loudly and clearly without help from teacher, and explain their diorama process clearly.
Needs Work

Did not read on their own.
Good

Read some on their own, but did not clearly understand what they were reading, evident when asked questions.
Excellent

Read clearly, made good eye contact, stood still and explained diorama process.
Perfect

Read loudly and clearly to explain the diorama process and added extra prompts to further explain information.



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