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1 rubric Heart Disease       popup preview  
Students will identify the definition of heart disease, identify risk factors, ways to prevent heart disease, and warning signs.

Grade levels:   6-8   9-12  
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2 rubric Anti-Smoking Poster Project       popup preview  
You are to design an anti-smoking poster. The poster must be a creative anti-smoking ad to attract people's attention. The poster must contain the following... -have at least three (correct) health risks associated with smoking -have at least three pressures that influence people to start or continue smoking -a catchy slogan, phrase or short poem -have at least 3 persuasive techniques to convince people that smoking is not cool

Grade levels:   9-12  
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3 rubric Anti-Smoking Poster Project       popup preview  
You are to design an anti-smoking poster. The poster must be a creative anti-smoking ad to attract people's attention. The poster must contain the following... -have at least three (correct) health risks associated with smoking -have at least three pressures that influence people to start or continue smoking -a catchy slogan, phrase or short poem -have at least 3 persuasive techniques to convince people that smoking is not cool

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4 rubric Protein Synthesis Project       popup preview  
Objective: To create an accurate model of DNA, RNA, and proteins as well as the processes of DNA replication and protein synthesis. Materials: You can use any materials available to you – be creative!

Grade levels:   9-12  
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5 rubric Human Anatomy & Physiology- Muscular System Project #3       popup preview  
Create a 2D or 3D model of a SARCOMERE with details of a THIN and THICK filaments. Also, include other important proteins such as troponin and tropomysosin. Highlight the A-band, I-band, H-zone and M-lines as well. (Refer to Figures in Chapter 8 and Nearpod notes). Use only non-perishable items to complete this model, unless it intended to be eaten after your presentation. All labels must be securely attached to the project. A key may also be assigned for the labels.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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6 rubric Human Anatomy & Physiology- Muscular System Project #3       popup preview  
Create a 2D or 3D model of a SARCOMERE with details of a THIN and THICK filaments. Also, include other important proteins such as troponin and tropomysosin. Highlight the A-band, I-band, H-zone and M-lines as well. (Refer to Figures in Chapter 8 and Nearpod notes). Use only non-perishable items to complete this model, unless it intended to be eaten after your presentation. All labels must be securely attached to the project. A key may also be assigned for the labels.

Grade levels:   9-12  
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7 rubric Food Web Project       popup preview  
Student will create a food web consisting of animals found in a specific biome that they choose. The student must name the animals, describe their habitat, identify the abiotic and biotic factors in the habitat, show the flow of energy in the food web, classify the organism as producer, consumer, or decomposer; and indicate how the organism obtains its energy. Please be creative. Use any household materials you would like. Possible project ideas: * Use a poster board and cut-outs from a magazine to demonstrate your food chain. * Use a clothes hanger, string and cut-outs of different plants and animals to demonstrate your food chain. Students can choose any ecosystem or group of animals. You may even want to show the food chain for your diet.

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8 rubric Animal Adaptations       popup preview  
Students read two articles on animal adaptations. They then chose one animal and used the boxes and bullets graphic organizer to document 3 adaptations that their animal has and why the adaptations exist. They then presented their animal in an informational writing piece to will create a chart or list of animal or plant adaptations and create an image of a newly adapted living thing from the Endangered Species list provided, label adaptations and explain why they were made.

Grade levels:   K-5  
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