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iRubric: Air Pressure Lab Conclusion and Analysis rubric

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Air Pressure Lab Conclusion and Analysis 
Student uses the 6 steps for writing a good lab conclusion after performing the lab.
Rubric Code: E2X542X
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Subject: Science  
Type: Reflection  
Grade Levels: 6-8


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  Poor

1 pts

Fair

2 pts

Good

3 pts

Excellent

4 pts

Purpose

Poor

Purpose for doing this lab is missing.
Fair

Purpose for doing this lab is somewhat outlined with little or no explanation
Good

Purpose for doing this lab is clearly outlined with some explanation
Excellent

Purpose for doing this lab is clearly outlined with detailed explanation
Presentation of Data

Poor

Data is not presented at all, or is inaccurately represented.
Fair

Data is presented in a paragraph OR table(s) and graph(s). Labels or titles are missing from tables/graphs. and graph(s).
Good

Data is presented in a paragraph AND table(s) and graph(s). Most tables and graphs are appropriately titled, labelled, and include appropriate units. All tables and graphs were created in Microsoft Excel or comparable software.
Excellent

Data is presented in a paragraph AND table(s) and graph(s). All tables and graphs are appropriately titled, labelled, and include appropriate units. All tables and graphs were created in Microsoft Excel or comparable software.
Analysis

Poor

Relationship between variables is neither clearly explained nor trends or patterns highlighted.
Fair

Relationship between variables is somewhat explained but lacks highlighting of trends or patterns.
Good

Relationship between variables is discussed but trends or patterns are not clearly highlighted.
Excellent

Relationship between variables is discussed and trends or patterns logically analyzed.
Prior/New knowledge gained

Poor

No reference to new knowledge or prior knowledge.
Fair

Somewhat describes specific skills, concepts, and new information learned but lacks connection to prior knowledge.
Good

Clearly describes specific skills, concepts, and new information learned with some connection to prior knowledge.
Excellent

Clearly describes specific skills, concepts, and new information learned making appropriate connection to prior knowledge.
Real World Applications

Poor

There is no mention of real world applications.
Fair

Real world applications are somewhat mentioned with showing limited understanding of new knowledge gained from lab.
Good

Real world applications are clearly mentioned with specific examples showing some understanding of new knowledge gained from lab.
Excellent

Real world applications are clearly mentioned with specific examples showing understanding of new knowledge gained from lab.



Keywords:
  • Purpose, hypothesis, analysis,error analysis, connecting prior knowledge, Real world applications







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