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Rube Goldberg Project

  Derived from rubric: Rube Goldberg Project
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Rubric Code: EX9WA29
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Categories: Subjects: Physics  
Types: Project  
Grade Levels: 6-8

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  Poor
1 pts
Fair
2 pts
Good
3 pts
Excellent
4 pts
Design and Proposal
Poor

No design drawings for your Rube Goldberg Machine exists.<BR>
<BR>
There is a machine.

No proposal.
Fair

There exist only one or two drawings for your Rube Goldberg Machine. They may or may not be final drafts.Proposal is incomplete.<BR>
<BR>
There is a machine that is similar to the drawings you provide.
Good

There exist both labeled pencil drafts and final ink drawings of your Rube Goldberg Machine. They nearly match your final design. Proposal is complete.<BR>
<BR>
There is a machine that is very similar to your final ink drawings.
Excellent

There exist more than three drawings, including: rough sketches, labeled pencil drafts, and final labeled ink drawings. These drawings are your exact building plans. Entire proposal is neat and complete.<BR>
<BR>
There is a machine that matches your drawings and attached documentation exactly.
Energy, Force and Motion
Poor

Machine displays no energy types.

Machine demonstrates two or fewer force concepts.
Fair

Machine displays one energy types.

Machine demonstrates three to five force concepts.
Good

Machine displays two energy types.

Machine demonstrates all six force concepts.
Excellent

Machine displays more than two energy transformations.

Machine demonstrates all six force concepts.
Machine Identification
Poor

Less than three simple machines are labeled or labeled correctly.
Fair

Three to five simple machines are correctly labeled.
Good

The required six simple machines are labeled correctly. Each machine completes its assigned task.
Excellent

Every simple machine in the Rube Goldberg Machine is correctly labeled. Every machine completes its task so the entire Rube Goldberg Machine functions as designed.
Project Presentation
Poor

Does not have a main idea or presents ideas
in an order that does not make sense.

Does not look at audience; reads notes or
slides.

Mumbles or speaks too softly to be heard. Lots of filler words.
Fair

Moves from one idea to the next, but main
idea may not be clear or some ideas may be
in the wrong order.

Makes infrequent eye contact; reads notes
or slides most of the time.

Speaks clearly most of the time. Infrequent use of filler words.
Good

States main idea and moves from one idea
to the next in a logical order, emphasizing
main points in a focused, coherent manner.

Keeps eye contact with audience most of
the time; only glances at notes or slides.

Speaks clearly and confidently, rarely uses filler words.
Excellent

States main idea and moves from one idea
to the next in a logical order, emphasizing
main points in a focused, coherent manner. Includes logical visual aids, such as charts, graphs, or photos.

Keeps eye contact with audience most of
the time; only glances at notes or slides.

Speaks clearly and changes tone to engage audience. Basically no filler words.
Written Reflection
Poor

Demonstrates little or no
understanding of the
writing prompt and
the subject matter.

Many errors in grammar and spelling.

This reflection needs revision.
Fair

Demonstrates basic
understanding of the
writing prompt and
the subject matter.

Many errors in grammar and spelling.

This reflection needs revision.
Good

Demonstrates complete
understanding of the
writing prompt and
the subject matter.

Some errors in grammar and spelling.
Excellent

Demonstrates complete
understanding of the
writing prompt and
the subject matter.

Basically no errors in grammar and spelling.

This reflection can be
used as an example
for other students.



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