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1 rubric Holycross 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 biology notebook.

Grade levels:   9-12  
jholycross
2 rubric Spinal Conditions Informative Project Research MLA Paper       popup preview  
Find related articles on the spinal conditions below and research it to complete a double spaced one to two page typed paper following the MLA guidelines. Use the guiding questions below and include a minimum of 3 sources. Quotes from sources can not be more than 5 lines. Submit the paper to Dropbox on the D2L Page on October 4th 2018

Grade levels:   9-12  
Tony1818
3 rubric Conductivity Tester       popup preview  
Students will be able to investigate and illustrate the fact that the flow of electricity requires a closed circuit, identify and classify materials that conduct electricity and materials that do not, analyze circuits and explain how they work.

Grade levels:   6-8  
Pinkik
4 rubric Celery Lab Rubric       popup preview  
Identify vascular bundles.

Grade levels:   K-5  
tenderek
5 rubric Guiding QUESTION/CLAIM/EVIDENCE/REASONING/RUBRIC       popup preview  
Students, you will be able to analyze and interpret what you have investigated by responding to the strategy of HYPOTHESIS/EVIDENCE/REASONING/Claim

Grade levels:   6-8  
VAbulldogs
6 rubric Science Research Paper       popup preview  
Research the approved synthetic material using the guiding questions. Submit double spaced, 12 point font following MLA guidelines. Include a bibliography citing resources used when researching the paper. Paper will be graded on quality of research to support the topic, effective use of information gained through research, credibility of sources, content, grammar and mechanics, and bibliography.

Grade levels:   6-8  
castaneda
7 rubric Atomic Theory Model Timeline       popup preview  
The students will create a model timeline including each of the 5 atomic theories we have discussed; Atoms and Voids, Plum Pudding Model, Nuclear Model, Planetary Model, and the Cloud Model. Each step must include important information of contributions that led to the development of the atomic model and the discoveries/connections that led to the next Atomic Model.

Grade levels:   9-12  
chadsturm
8 rubric Earth and Space Planet Project       popup preview  

Grade levels:   K-5  
jsd281080
9 rubric Ecosystem Model Project       popup preview  
Students are to model their ecosystem. The model should include appropriate living and non-living organisms present. It should include an appropriate description of their ecosystem including the climate, what living and non-living organisms are present, how the biotic and abiotic organisms interact,interesting facts (about interactions in one or more of the 6 levels of life and adaptations (for at least one of the organisms).

Grade levels:   6-8  
seans18
10 rubric 3-D model of an atom       popup preview  
Student will create a 3-D model of an atom. Student will include the proton, neutron and electron in the correct locations for that atom. Be creative and come up with your own way to model the atom in 3D.

Grade levels:   6-8  
zebaraza
11 rubric Energy Poster       popup preview  
Task: Students were asked to sequence a real life example of the transfer of energy where a person, animal or object changes from potential energy, to energy and back again to potential energy.

Grade levels:   K-5   Undergrad  
christykibelbek
12 rubric ANATOMY FINAL PROJECT: WHAT'S IN A HUMAN       popup preview  
THIS SHOULD BE A COLLABORATIVE AND CUMULATIVE EXPRESSION OF YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF THE HUMAN BODY. IN YOUR DEPICTION OF THE HUMAN ANATOMY YOU ARE TO HIGHLIGHT AS DESCRIBED THE PARTS OF THE HUMAN BODY. IN ADDITION YOU ARE TO SELECT A PARTICULAR SYSTEM FOR WHICH YOU ARE TO HIGHLIGHT AND DESCRIBE. QUESTIONS ABOUT THE SYSTEM WILL BE ASKED AT THE END OF YOUR PRESENTATION. THERE ARE TO BE A TOTAL OF 300 LABELED ITEMS, 150 PER PERSON PER GROUP. NO GROUP IS TO BE LARGER THAN 3 MEMBERS.

Grade levels:   9-12  
dtamayo
13 rubric Projectile Motion Project       popup preview  
Students will research the history of catapults and similar devices then build one. Students will be able to calculate the velocity of their catapult using kinematic equations. Students will use kinematic equations to adjust catapult to hit a given target.

Grade levels:   9-12  
colewixo1
14 rubric Body System Interactive Bulletin Board       popup preview  
This rubric is to grade student's research of a human body system, describing it's function, the main organs or body parts involved and a few major diseases or illnesses associated with that system. The project must include all key facts about the system, be creatively displayed, include ways that other students can interact with the presentation, such as a Kahoot!, quizlet, or quizze. A bibliography must be on the back of the board or the last slide, with at least one non-internet resource.

Grade levels:   9-12  
mcswanee1
15 rubric 3-D Wave Model final       popup preview  
Students will construct a 3 D model of a wave showing the 3 parts of the wave: trough, breaker, and crest .Studnents will discuss waves, define them and discuss specific characteristics of waves. Students will talk about erosion and how waves affect Earth.

Grade levels:   6-8  
nmiller1589
16 rubric Body System Interactive Bulletin Board       popup preview  
This rubric is to grade student's research of a human body system, describing it's function, the main organs or body parts involved and a few major diseases or illnesses associated with that system. Students will describe the changes of this body system throughout a person's life and how this system interacts with other body systems Each student will give an oral presentation using their interactive poster/bulletin board. The board must include all key facts about the system, be creatively displayed, include ways that other students can interact with the board, such as a lift-a-flap game or puzzle. A bibliography must be pasted onto the back of the board with at least one non-internet resouce.

Grade levels:   6-8  
mcswanee1
17 rubric 8th Grade General Science Lab Report       popup preview  
Use the "Lab Report Format" to create your lab report. Each of the nine sections in the checklist will be evaluated to compile an overall 100% classwork/project grade for each lab report. Use this rubric to help you critique your lab report so that you may get the highest score possible.

Grade levels:   6-8  
gokben
18 rubric 8th Grade General Science Lab Report       popup preview  
Use the "Lab Report Format" to create your lab report. Each of the nine sections in the checklist will be evaluated to compile an overall 100% classwork/project grade for each lab report. Use this rubric to help you critique your lab report so that you may get the highest score possible.

Grade levels:   6-8  
gokben
19 rubric Vacation Planning       popup preview  
Students are to plan a vacation, listing the destination, creating an itinerary, keeping track of travel plans and making a basic advertisment.

Grade levels:   9-12  
dmayadas
20 rubric Vacation Planning       popup preview  
Students are to plan a vacation, listing the destination, creating an itinerary, keeping track of travel plans and making a basic advertisment.

Grade levels:   9-12  
dmayadas

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