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Storm Chasers! Research Project i-Movie and Green Screen 
Students will research a type of severe weather and will utilize the i-Movie app and green screen app to record a weather report on their type of storm.
Rubric Code: FXCW8B2
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Subject: Science  
Type: Presentation  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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  Way To Go!

3 pts

Getting Better!

2 pts

Confused???

1 pts

What Happened???

0 pts

General Information

Way To Go!

Student/Group has researched their type of severe weather well and provides accurate information. Information is presented well and easily read.
Getting Better!

Student/Group has done some research on their type of severe weather. Information is difficult to read.
Confused???

Student/Group is lacking research and what they have is poorly presented and cannot be understood easily.
What Happened???

I was supposed to research something?
Scientific Explanation

Way To Go!

Student/group has an excellent and well planned scientific explanation behind the type of weather. Students are able to explain how it works to others.
Getting Better!

Students have some information on the science behind the weather and can explain it somewhat.
Confused???

Students have limited information on the science behind the weather and cannot explain it to others.
What Happened???

I don't get it.
Diagram

Way To Go!

Diagram is well thought out, labeled and student can explain the science behind the diagram.
Getting Better!

Diagram is thought out and labeled, but student can not explain the science behind the diagram.
Confused???

Diagram is not well chosen and the student can not explain the science behind the diagram.
What Happened???

What diagram???
The Specific Storm

Way To Go!

Student/group has 7-8 facts about a specific storm for their specific type of severe weather
Getting Better!

Student/group has 5-6 facts about a specific storm for their specific type of severe weather
Confused???

Student group has less than 5 facts about a specific storm for their specific type of severe weather
What Happened???

What are facts???
Severe Weather Safety

Way To Go!

Student/group found at 7-8 things I should do to be prepared for their type of storm. I know what to do!
Getting Better!

Student/group found 5-6 things I should do to be prepared for their type of storm. I might survive.
Confused???

Student/group found less than 5 things I should do to be prepared for their type of storm. I'm not sure I'm ready.
What Happened???

You wanted to survive the storm???
My Sources

Way To Go!

Student/group included more than 3 sources. All sources are reliable and the information used is in their own words. A work cited sheet is submitted on google classroom.
Getting Better!

Student/group used 2 sources. Sources are reliable and information used was in own words.A work cited sheet is submitted on google classroom.
Confused???

Student/group used 1 source. Sources are reliable and information used was in own words.A work cited sheet is submitted on google classroom.
What Happened???

What's a source?
Wiki's bad?
I have words of my own?




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