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Newton's Laws of Motion Project 
Student create a presentation, skit or video describing Newton's Three Laws of Motion. Your project must include the description of Newton's 3 Laws of Motion and at least 2 videos that accurately represent each of the Laws of Motion (6 videos in total) along with a short description on how each video represents the law. The videos that you find can not be instructional videos, but rather videos of normal, everyday things that can be used as examples of Newton's three laws.
Rubric Code: B235AXX
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Subject: Physics  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12


Powered by iRubric Newton's Laws
  Poor

1 pts

Fair

2 pts

Average

3 pts

Good

4 pts

Excellent

5 pts

Project completion
5 pts

Poor

Project turned in more than three days late. Students never on task when given time to complete project in class.
Fair

Project turned in two days late. Students rarely on task when given time to complete project in class.
Average

Project turned in one day late. Students occasionally on task when given time to complete project in class.
Good

Project completed and turned in on time. Students usually on task when given time to complete project in class.
Excellent

Project completed and turned in on time. Students always on task when given time to complete project in class.
Title and 3 Laws
5 pts

Poor

No laws stated. No title on poster.
No other information
Fair

Laws and title have mistakes or are missing.
Average

All 3 laws are stated and many mistakes. Title is present. Other required info. stated.
Good

All 3 laws are stated and some mistakes. Title is present. Other info. stated
Excellent

All 3 laws are stated and accurate. All information is stated clearly.
Diagrams/ Movies
5 pts

Poor

Project includes illustrations or demonstrations, but none of them accurately represent the law of motion
Fair

Project includes illustrations or demonstrations, but most are not accurate representations of the law of motion.
Average

Project includes 2 accurate illustration/ demonstration of the law of motion.
Good

Project includes 3 accurate illustrations/ demonstrations of the law of motion.
Excellent

Project includes at least 5 accurate illustrations/ demonstrations of the law of motion.
Definitions
5 pts

For Each Law

Poor

All information is inaccurate and not related to task required.
Fair

Definitions for each law is inaccurate. Major errors in the definitions or explanations. Written information is incomplete.
Average

All definitions for each law is partly accurate. Noticeable errors in definitions or explanations. Written information is mostly complete.
Good

All definitions for each law is accurate. No major errors in definitions or explanations. Written information is mostly complete.
Excellent

All definitions are accurate. No errors in definitions or explanations. Written information is complete.
Creativity/Length
5 pts

Poor

Project shows no creativity and lack of effort. Video is less than 15 sec. long
Fair

Project shows little creativity and little effort. Video is between 15-30 sec. long
Average

Project shows some creativity and little effort. Video is between 30-45 sec. long
Good

Project shows creativity and some effort. Video is between 45-60 sec. long
Excellent

Project shows lots of creativity and effort. Video is between 60-120 sec. long



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