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1 rubric Writing Across the Curriculum Rubric       popup preview  

Grade levels:   9-12  
drgretagf
2 rubric Writing Across the Curriculum Rubric       popup preview  

Grade levels:   9-12  
drgretagf
3 rubric Mrs. Lackey's Flyer Rubric       popup preview  
This is a rubric for a project in designing a flyer using lots of tezt features.

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
jamrikallun
4 rubric Chemical reactions Lab       popup preview  
high school lab hypothesizing, observation, conclusions, cooperative group work.

Grade levels:   9-12  
aneubauer1
5 rubric Periodic Table Video Project       popup preview  
Create a 3-5 minutes video that teaches about the Periodic Table. Your video can be a music video, play, claymation, animation, TV show, or another style. The video must be professional and focus on teaching content in a fun/imaginative fashion rather than a lecture format. The video must include general information and patterns in the Periodic table, trends in electrons configuration with the Bohr Model;

Grade levels:   9-12  
Hindhussein
6 rubric Carbon Allotrope 3D Model       popup preview  
Student will create a 3-D model of 1 of the 4 allotropes of carbon. Student will include the correct number of atoms and in the right geometrical disposition plus you must differentiate each different atom participating in the molecule, placing each one in the correct locations for that allotrope. Be creative and come up with your own way to model the allotrope you choose in 3D. They must be presented in a colorful and creative way. (i.e. Not using pencil on notebook paper.)

Grade levels:   9-12  
Patty1965
7 rubric Development of the Atom Model       popup preview  

Grade levels:   9-12  
jcdchemphd
8 rubric Rubric for Apologia Chemistry Lab Report in lab notebook       popup preview  
high school lab reports

Grade levels:   9-12  
MamaBear1
9 rubric "Element Mask" Project       popup preview  
Students will pick an element that best matches their character. After selecting an element, students will create a mask that represents them. The left side using words, images, quotes or statements that describe themselves. The right side represents the element they have chosen. Their goal is to get people to see the connection between themselves and the element by emphasizing properties and characteristics of the element.

Grade levels:   6-8  
chestnutaj
10 rubric Chemistry Magic Project       popup preview  

Grade levels:   6-8  
sircells
11 rubric Short Essay Questions       popup preview  
Use this rubric for grading student responses that are part of a test or quiz that include other types of questions as well. Can be customized for any subject.

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
Psanrosal
12 rubric Scavenger Hunt Project       popup preview  
Students will perform a scavenger hunt, gathering materials and writing how they match the requirement of the item on the list.

Grade levels:   6-8   9-12  
marchese123
13 rubric Scavenger Hunt Project       popup preview  
Students will perform a scavenger hunt, gathering materials and writing how they match the requirement of the item on the list.

Grade levels:   6-8   9-12  
marchese123
14 rubric Modern Atomic Theory Rubric       popup preview  
This is a jigsaw activity to help students learn about the modern atomic theory and where it has been dervived from.

Grade levels:   9-12  
Rockylou22
15 rubric Poster Project       popup preview  
You are required to tile your poster, place the definition of a chemical reaction on the top and then divide the remaining area into four parts. Below is a list of what should be included on the poster. Title for the poster (Chemical Reactions)Define what is a chemical reaction. Divide remaining section into four quadrants (one for each of the reaction types). Label each of the quadrants with one of the four types. Draw and label a diagram of each reaction type.

Grade levels:   6-8  
aacastaneda
16 rubric Poster rubric       popup preview  
The students will work on their own to put together a poster for display. The poster will contain relevant information directly related to the theme of "GPS: Goal-oriented, Prideful Students." Students should make a creative and colorful poster displaying their interpretation of what GPS means to them.

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
aacastaneda
17 rubric Element Presentation       popup preview  
You will present info on one element of your choosing. Students may not "share" an element. The info you find will be shared in front of the class using a small piece (12” X 12”) of posterboard. The information on the element should include the following: Two uses for the element, the atomic name, atomic number, properties, phase, who discovered (if known), when discovered, 3 different ways it is used, and whether it is a metal, non-metal, or metalloid

Grade levels:   K-5  
sarahbetts829
18 rubric Short Essay Questions       popup preview  
Use this rubric for grading student responses that are part of a test or quiz that include other types of questions as well. Can be customized for any subject.

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
aacastaneda
19 rubric Homework Completion Rubric       popup preview  
Students will know homework expectations which would include completeness, accuracy, requirements, legibility and time management. This rubric will also provide a means of grading homework assignments. The better the quality of your homework, hopefully, the better your grade. Pay attention to grammar, spelling, and sentence sturcture. Above all, be mindful of content. (i.e., what you're saying)

Grade levels:   9-12   Undergrad  
aacastaneda
20 rubric CHM61-101 Learning Goal       popup preview  
This rubric is the guild line for students who study Chemistry I (CHM61-101). This course is designed to introduce essential concepts in chemistry allowing students to appreciate the impact of chemistry in their lives, solve chemical problems, and apply these concepts to other fields of study.

Grade levels:   Undergrad  
PimHarding

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