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1 rubric Science Demonstration Rubric       popup preview  
Physics Static Electricity Demonstration

Grade levels:   9-12  
robencard
2 rubric Buoyancy/Flotation Boat Transport Project       popup preview  
Student will design and construct a positively buoyant boat capable of transporting various cargo weights, approximately 1 m across a waterway. . Boat must be designed and constructed using acceptable construction practices, and specified materials not to exceed 30cm in any direction. Areas to be judged will be design, presentation; principles of construction; buoyancy/displacement principles, and construction efforts.

Grade levels:   6-8  
Warburtn
3 rubric Electronics Project       popup preview  
Create a working project that contains at least 3 electronic components, not including resistors, capacitors, and the power supply.

Grade levels:   9-12  
janglin
4 rubric PE and KE Sims/Model Project       popup preview  
Students will work with a partner to create a simulation or model of an energy transformation. Students will research, plan, carry out the math calculations for the energy transformation between potential and kinetic energy using the formulas, create the data tables to collect information and draw the graphs. They will include the analysis and conclusion as they present their model to the class.

Grade levels:   6-8  
castaneda
5 rubric Space Mission Presentation       popup preview  
Groups or individual students will research and discover information about an aspect of space: space objects, gravity, planets, astronauts, space missions, space food, etc. may be topics. Students will provide facts with detailed explanations about their chosen topic. At least one visual should be included in whatever format their final project takes. A class presentation will be made, and neatness and timeliness of work will be evaluated.

Grade levels:   9-12  
kbraddock
6 rubric Popsicle Stick Bridge Building Structural Rubric       popup preview  
Bridge will be made out of popsicle sticks and glue. Sticks may not be cut .You may use up to 200 sticks. The bridge must span a distance of 14 inches (needs to be a little longer for testing ) and must hold a twenty pound weight for at least a full minute, while the bridge is at least one foot above the floor. In addition to meeting the weight bearing and structural requirements, the bridge will also be judged on its aesthetics, so be creative.

Grade levels:   9-12  
laurabreck
7 rubric Physics Photo Project       popup preview  
AAPT Physics Photo Contest

Grade levels:   9-12  
jkracke
8 rubric Forms of Energy Project       popup preview  
Research a Form of Energy and Create a Slide Show and Poster including an example of energy transformation diagram illustrating kinetic and potential energy and the Law of Conservation of Energy. In addition, explaining the Energy Forms Positive or Negative Impact.

Grade levels:   9-12  
tamiseaman
9 rubric Physics Lab Report Rubric       popup preview  

Grade levels:   9-12  
Deepakkapoor081
10 rubric Newton's Laws of Motion Poster       popup preview  
Create a set of 3 mini-posters describing each of Newton's Laws of Motion. Each poster is to state the law. Each will contain a diagram that accurately represents that law. Descriptors may be necessary fully depict the concept.

Grade levels:   9-12  
dfmarciniak
11 rubric Newton's Laws of Motion Project       popup preview  
Student chooses project describing Newton's Three Laws of Motion. Each project must include a title; each of Newton's 3 Laws of Motion stated and described; contain a minimum of 2 examples with illustrations (new ones not ones shown in class); be neat and well presented (colorful/interesting/eye-appealing, etc.)

Grade levels:   6-8  
dfmarciniak
12 rubric SCORING RUBRIC for Bridge Design Project       popup preview  
Students learn about the role engineers play in designing and building truss structures. Simulating a real-world civil engineering challenge, student teams are tasked to create strong and unique truss structures for a local bridge.

Grade levels:   9-12  
alialeidmax
13 rubric Roller Coaster Rubric       popup preview  
Your team of four will have to design a roller coaster that has a theme and make a scale working model of your design minimum size 12X18 in. A 1 page paper is required desribing your understanding of energy and how it relates to your roller coaster. (1 per group)

Grade levels:   9-12  
mstaylorchs
14 rubric Heat Engine Project       popup preview  
Student will create a working heat engine using what we learned in class about heat engines.

Grade levels:   9-12  
physics_cat
15 rubric Writing a Song, Poem or Rap       popup preview  
Students will create a song, poem or rap in which they give their explanation of Newtons Laws

Grade levels:   9-12  
hayamas
16 rubric Physics Lab Report Rubric       popup preview  

Grade levels:   9-12  
sriratpuru
17 rubric AP Physics Lab Report Rubric       popup preview  

Grade levels:   9-12  
sriratpuru
18 rubric Popsicle Stick Bridge Building Structural Rubric       popup preview  
Bridge will be made out of popsicle sticks and glue. Sticks may not be cut .You may use up to 200 sticks. The bridge must span a distance of 14 inches (needs to be a little longer for testing ) and must hold a twenty pound weight for at least a full minute, while the bridge is at least one foot above the floor. In addition to meeting the weight bearing and structural requirements, the bridge will also be judged on its aesthetics, so be creative.

Grade levels:   9-12  
jlkreamer
19 rubric Articulo de investigacion       popup preview  
El articulo de investigación.(utilice citas de 5) Las fuentes deben incluir revistas indexadas, 2 publicaciones profesionales, su texto y otros dos libros. Las citas no pueden ser más de 5 líneas. Se evaluará la calidad de la investigación, el uso efectivo de la información obtenida a través de la investigación, la credibilidad de las fuentes, el contenido, la gramática la claridad y sencillez, y la bibliografía correspondiente.

Grade levels:   Grad  
fersanlop
20 rubric Newton's Laws of Motion Project       popup preview  
Student create a poster, presentation, skit or video describing Newton's Three Laws of Motion. Each project must include the description of Newton's 3 Laws of Motion and pictures that accurately represent the Laws of Motion and how each picture represents that law along with examples.

Grade levels:   6-8  
mrcscience

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