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iRubric: eCL Bi11 - C27 - Infected! - Scenario 2 rubric

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eCL Bi11 - C27 - Infected! - Scenario 2 built by Jerry_Bleecker

Rubric Code: AB7782
Calling Dr. Awesome again! A patient has been admitted exhibiting the following symptoms: itching of the anus and vaginal area, trouble sleeping, general restlessness, and irritability. She complains of nausea, and occasional abdominal pain. Her dog was recently treated and had been dragging its bum along the floor/ What possible pathogens might have caused his symptoms and how will you treat her?
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Categories: Subjects: Biology  
Types: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12

Powered by iRubric C27 - Infected 2
  Poor
2 pts
Fair
3 pts
Good
4 pts
Excellent
5 pts
Hypothesis about the Pathogen
Poor

The student doesn't provide an explanation identifying the pathogen.
Fair

The student provides an argument explaining what the pathogen is.

The student includes a full illustration with labels.
Good

The student provides an argument explaining what the pathogen is.

The student includes a full illustration with labels.

The student explains whether the pathogen belongs to Platyhelimenthes or Nematoda
Excellent

The student provides an argument explaining what the pathogen is.

The student includes a full illustration with labels.

The student explains whether the pathogen belongs to Platyhelimenthes or Nematoda
Infection
Poor

The student does not adequately describe how the pathogen is transmitted.
Fair

The student explains the life-cycle of the pathogen, and how it is transmitted.

An anatomical drawing with labels is included.
Good

The student explains the life-cycle of the pathogen, and how it is transmitted.

An anatomical drawing with labels is included.

The student identifies how to prevent transmission of the pathogen.
Excellent

The student explains the life-cycle of the pathogen, and how it is transmitted.

An anatomical drawing with labels is included.

The student identifies how to prevent transmission of the pathogen

The student includes multimedia links: weblinks, YouTube, animations, etc. These links must be discussed, not just embedded.
Treatment
Poor

The student does not properly explain a course of treatment for the patient.
Fair

The student explains whether vaccines are available for this organism.
Good

The student explains whether vaccines are available for this organism. If not, why not?

The student identifies medications that will help the patient.
Excellent

The student explains whether vaccines are available for this organism. If not, why not?

The student identifies medications that will help the patient and describes how the medication affects the pathogen.
Presentation
Poor

Poor formatting

Minimal effort put into presentation, editing, revision.
Fair

Some revisions required

Format is presentable, showing pride in the work
Good

The format and presentation are good with few revisions needed.
Excellent

The work is exemplary.
ex. Screencasted

ex. Audio-Narration (Podcasted)

ex. Text is free of errors

Few revisions required.



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