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 Title      Built By 
1 rubric Valutazione individuale       popup preview  
Questa rubrica valuta il percorso individuale di ogni membro del gruppo di lavoro

Grade levels:   9-12  
Prof_Giuliani
2 rubric Group Project       popup preview  

Grade levels:   K-5  
kimhickox
3 rubric Valutazione dell'attività del gruppo       popup preview  
Questa rubrica valuta più che il lavoro IN gruppo il lavoro DI gruppo; verrà pertanto valutata la capacità di lavorare insieme, l'attuazione delle strategie per il raggiungimento dell'obiettivo comune.

Grade levels:   9-12  
Prof_Giuliani
4 rubric Marine Aquarium       popup preview  
Jigsaw Base Group will choose a topic from reading to present to the class. The group has to prepare a 5-6 minute presentation Presentation will be presented by members chosen by the group, and will have supplemental poster or other visual aid.

Grade levels:   9-12   Undergrad  
Prof_Giuliani
5 rubric Information Report Writing       popup preview  
The student will organise information by using a structure appropriate to formal reporting and use supporting evidence through use of investigation for the report. The presentation of this information report is the student's own choice and presentation style does not impact upon the marking criteria

Grade levels:  
heidi77
6 rubric Plants, Animals, Humans Flip Book       popup preview  
Students will label the front of each flip page; plants, animals, humans. Under the plants cover, students will explain the effect that their organism has on plants and how plants affect their organism. Under the animals and humans covers, students will explain the effect their organism has on each and vice versa. At the bottom of the page, students will include a drawing of their plant/animal.

Grade levels:   K-5  
lyndseyarocha
7 rubric Food Web Feeding Frenzy       popup preview  
Students will create a food web for their plant or animal. The web will begin with the Sun and arrows will show the flow of energy. Students will then write a paragraph explaining the food web, and another paragraph describing how changes in the ecosystem would affect the food web.

Grade levels:   K-5  
lyndseyarocha
8 rubric Habitat and Animal Welcome       popup preview  
Students will draw and label a picture of their chosen plant or animal’s habitat. They will also identify and add the physical characteristics of the region the organism lives. Then the students will write an expository essay from the plant/animal’s perspective. The essay should include; -- the Texas region the subject can be found -- a description of the region -- why the subject thrives in the region -- 2 fun facts about the subject

Grade levels:   K-5  
lyndseyarocha
9 rubric Cell Song or Cell Story       popup preview  
At the end of the unit students will will create a song that incorporates all the cell organelles. Students will be assessed on how well they understand the cell cycle and if they included all cell organelles, and understand each organelles function.

Grade levels:   9-12  
mjb425
10 rubric Marine Aquarium       popup preview  
Jigsaw Base Group will choose a topic from reading to present to the class. The group has to prepare a 5-6 minute presentation Presentation will be presented by members chosen by the group, and will have supplemental poster or other visual aid.

Grade levels:   9-12   Undergrad  
Jen_ren88
11 rubric Group Project       popup preview  

Grade levels:   K-5  
kimhickox
12 rubric Science Model       popup preview  
Students create a science model. The model should be based on a scientific concept that is based on a topic of the student's choosing.

Grade levels:   K-5   9-12  
DMoore83
13 rubric Pulleys and Gears       popup preview  
Create a simple machine with a pulley, a gear or both. The machine must be able to complete a task that uses the pulley, gear or both properly.

Grade levels:   K-5  
coolmom71
14 rubric Rúbrica para evaluar un Reporte de Prácticas de Laboratorio       popup preview  
Mediante esta rúbrica se evaluara el contenido de un reporte de prácticas para el laboratorio de Bioquímica, primer semestre de la carrera de MVZ ,FESC UNAM

Grade levels:   Grad  
xkamuix
15 rubric Electromagnets       popup preview  
Can the strength of an electromagnet be changed by increasing the voltage of the power source? Can the strength of an electromagnet be changed by increasing the number of coils wrapped around the core?

Grade levels:   N/A
hollisheim
16 rubric Reporte de Prácticas de Laboratorio Acústica       popup preview  
Mediante esta rúbrica se evaluara el contenido de un reporte de prácticas para los laboratorios de acústica en la USB Medellín

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
immusica
17 rubric Science Notebook       popup preview  
This rubric will be used to tell you how you will be graded on keeping a notebook of all the work you do in class. You must keep a notebook of work you do everyday. This Rubric will assess how completely and efficiently you have kept your assignments, notes and handouts organized in your science notebook.

Grade levels:   6-8  
scapers
18 rubric Electric Circuits       popup preview  
Create circuits for house

Grade levels:   K-5  
Macphisto
19 rubric Biome Prezi Presentation       popup preview  
For your biome presentation, please include the sections on this rubric for full points. Pictures as well as text must be included for each of the criteria.

Grade levels:   6-8  
kaitlyn616
20 rubric 3D Model of a Cell       popup preview  
Students must create a 3-D cell model of ONE of the following cell types: plant cell or animal cell. They may instead do an detailed 3d model of an organelle.s Student must label all parts of the cell or organelle, and be prepared explain their model. Create a 3-D representation of the major aspects of a cell, including but not limited to: nucleus, mitochondria, cell membrane, cell wall, and cytoplasm.

Grade levels:   6-8  
rrobinson1

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