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Naugatuck River Summative Assessment (methods) 
Rubric Code: D247X2W
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Subject: Geology  
Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: 9-12

Powered by iRubric Naugatuck River Assessment
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Multiple Choice

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No multiple choice questions correct
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One multiple choice question correct
Fair

Two multiple choice questions correct
Good

Three multiple choice questions correct
Excellent

Four multiple choice questions correct
Model (scientific vocabulary)

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Poor

Model shows no use of scientific vocabulary to detail the student's predictions about the effects of weathering, erosion, and deposition on the river system.
Fair

Model only uses scientific vocabulary to detail student's predictions of the effects of one of the following processes: weathering, erosion, and deposition.
Good

Model uses scientific vocabulary to detail student's predictions about the effects of two of the following processes: weathering, erosion, and deposition on the river system.
Excellent

Model shows thorough and extensive use of scientific vocabulary to detail student's predictions about the effects of weathering, erosion, and deposition on the river system.
Model (connection of processes)

Zero

X
Poor

Model does not a show a connection between the forces of weathering, erosion and deposition or show an understanding of time's role.
Fair

Model shows a connection between two of the following forces: weathering, erosion, and deposition. Does not show an understanding of time's role.
Good

Model shows a connection between the forces of weathering, erosion, and deposition but does not show an understanding of time's role.
Excellent

Model shows a complete connection between the forces of weathering, erosion, and deposition that shows an understanding of time's role.
Model (relevance to science)

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X
Poor

Model contains no content that is relevant to science.
Fair

Model contains a minimal amount of content relevant to science.
Good

Model contains content that is mostly relevant to science.
Excellent

Model contains only what is relevant to science.
Justifiation (evidence)

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Poor

Justification for the model's prediction shows no use of evidence at any step and label of the model.
Fair

Justification for the model's prediction shows some use of evidence from either the lessons or provided pictures, but not both.
Good

Justification for the model's prediction shows some use of evidence from the lessons and provided pictures.
Excellent

Justification for the model's prediction shows a full use of evidence from the lessons and provided pictures with every step and label of the model.
Justification (scientific vocabulary)

Zero

X
Poor

Justification shows no use of scientific vocabulary to detail the student's predictions about the effects of weathering, erosion, and deposition on the river system.
Fair

Justification only uses scientific vocabulary to detail student's predictions of the effects of one of the following processes: weathering, erosion, and deposition.
Good

Justification uses scientific vocabulary to detail student's predictions about the effects of two of the following processes: weathering, erosion, and deposition on the river system.
Excellent

Justification shows thorough and extensive use of scientific vocabulary to detail student's predictions about the effects of weathering, erosion, and deposition on the river system.
Justification (connection of processes)

Zero

X
Poor

Justification does not a show a connection between the forces of weathering, erosion and deposition or show an understanding of time's role.
Fair

Justification shows a connection between two of the following forces: weathering, erosion, and deposition. Does not show an understanding of time's role.
Good

Justification shows a connection between the forces of weathering, erosion, and deposition but does not show an understanding of time's role.
Excellent

Justification shows a complete connection between the forces of weathering, erosion, and deposition that shows an understanding of time's role.
Justification (relevance to science)

Zero

X
Poor

Justification contains no content that is relevant to science.
Fair

Justification contains a minimal amount of content relevant to science.
Good

Justification contains content that is mostly relevant to science.
Excellent

Justification contains only what is relevant to science.




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