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Genetic Disorder MediaProject 
As a group (or individual), you will choose a genetic disorder to research. Research will be presented in an entertaining and creative movie presentation as well as a small poster.
Rubric Code: G24672C
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Subject: Biology  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12

Powered by iRubric Genetic Disorders
  Beginning

2 pts

Approaching

3 pts

Meeting

4 pts

Exceeding

5 pts

Description of Disorder

Beginning

No definition of the genetic disorder is given. No list of symptoms.No use of scientific terminology in order to further explain the disorder.
Approaching

Basic description/definition of genetic disorder. Some symptoms are listed with few descriptions of how they impact the body. Scientific terminology is used but rarely explained.
Meeting

Description of genetic disorder given using scientific terminology that is not explained fully or in simple terms. Most symptoms are listed as well as descriptions of how they impact the body. Partially explains how and where it impacts the body.
Exceeding

Full description of genetic disorder. Includes how and where it impacts the body. All symptoms and the descriptions of how they impact the bodyDetailed information presented in simple terms in which an audience could understand. Explanation of any scientific terminology.
Inheritance

Beginning

No mention of inheritance.
Approaching

Mentions inheritance briefly.
Meeting

Explains specific type of inheritance (dominant, recessive, chromosomal deletion, sex-linked, etc.)
Exceeding

Explains specific type of inheritance as well as explains in detail what this type of inheritance includes.
Detection/Treatments

Beginning

No mention of detection or treatments
Approaching

Gives yes or no explanation for detection and treatment of genetic disorder.
Meeting

Tells briefly how it is detected and if there are any types of treatments.
Exceeding

Explains how it is detected in detail, and lists various types of treatments. Descriptions of treatments discussed.
Group affected by disorder

Beginning

Does not list group(s) affected most or treatments provided. Does not discuss how the culture handles the diagnosis or treatment of the disorder.
Approaching

Lists group affected but no treatment provided. Does not discuss how the group handles the diagnosis or treatment of the disorder.
Meeting

Lists group(s) affected and treatments provided. Includes how the group handles the diagnosis and treatment of the disorder.
Exceeding

Discusses in great detail which group(s) suffer the most from the disorder and how treatment is provided. Includes how the group handles the diagnosis and treatment. Expands on the impact this disorder has on families and the group as a whole.
Research Justification

Persuasiveness

Beginning

Does not provide any argument as to why Scientists should further their research into this disorder.
Approaching

Mentions briefly how and why Scientists should further their research on this disorder.
Meeting

Provides ideas and supporting evidence as to why Scientists should further their research for prevention and cures for this disorder.
Exceeding

Provides strong evidence and detailed ideas as to why Scientists should further their research for prevention and cures for this disorder. Supports argument with evidence and data.
Product #1 Components

Make a poster, model, or brochure about your disorder. Summarize information provided in movie.

If you choose to work alone you can do just product #1 with a thorough presentation to the class.

Beginning

Not organized, difficult to understand. No color or creativity. Minimal information provided.
Approaching

Little organization, brief information or research provided. 1-2 visuals. Minimal color or creativity.
Meeting

Mostly organized and provides valuable research or information. 3-4 visuals and colorful.
Exceeding

Very organized and displays extensive and informative research. Very creative and colorful with a variety of visuals.
Product #2 Components

Can be a live skit, a movie, podcast, news broadcast etc.

Beginning

Not organized, difficult to follow, does not transition. No music or text included. Inappropriate or offensive material included in video.
Approaching

Minimal organization, Information is brief, transitions from one topic to the next are minimal. Missing one component (text or music)
Meeting

Organized, audience can follow the presentation transitions from one topic to the next. Music and text are included.
Exceeding

Very organized and easy to follow as an audience. The presentation flows from one topic into the next with creativity. Music, text, visuals and audio presentation are included and add value to the presentation.
Creativity

Beginning

Shows little creativity, originality and/or effort in understanding the material
Approaching

A few original touches enhance the project to show some understanding of the material Thoughtfully
Meeting

and uniquely presented; clever at times in showing understanding of the material
Exceeding

Exceptionally clever and unique in showing deep understanding
Individual Participation

Decided by other group members.

Beginning

Did not participate much in the group project. Member was not cooperative.
Approaching

Participated minimally. Member was cooperative sometimes
Meeting

Participated in 50-75% of the project completion. Member was mostly cooperative.
Exceeding

Participation was consistent with ALL parts of the presentation. Member was always cooperative.




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