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Assessment for the question, "How do inclined planes help lift heavy objects?"
Rubric Code: H2X8W2B
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Subject: Science  
Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: 6-8


Powered by iRubric CYE - Inclined Planes
  Excellent

5 pts

Good

4 pts

Fair

3 pts

Needs Work

2 pts

Incomplete

1 pts

Claim

Excellent

The claim is stated in one concise and easy to understand sentence. The claim is defendable using the evidence we collected in class
Good

The claim is two sentences, but easy to understand. The claim is defendable using the evidence we collected in class
Fair

The claim is several sentences but makes sense. The claim may or may not be defendable using the evidence we collected in class
Needs Work

The claim is long or separated or not at the beginning of the speech. OR the claim is difficult to follow. The claim may or may not be defendable using the evidence we collected in class
Incomplete

The claim is unclear or not completely accurate. The claim is not defendable using the evidence we collected in class.
Text Evidence

Excellent

Multiple pieces of text evidence are explained in a way to support the claim. Text evidence from the readings and personal experience is correctly cited.
Good

Multiple pieces of text evidence. Most of the text evidence is explained thoroughly and connected to the claim.
Fair

More text evidence may be needed to make a more thorough argument for the claim. Some of the text evidence is explained and connected to the claim.
Needs Work

The text evidence may not be explained or connected to the claim. The claim may be supported by one piece of text evidence that is explained to some degree. More text evidence is needed to support the claim.
Incomplete

Text evidence is not included. If text evidence is included it may contradict the claim or not be connected to the claim.
Empirical Evidence

Excellent

All pieces of empirical evidence are explained thoroughly and accurately and in a way that supports the claim directly.
Good

Multiple pieces of empirical evidence. Most of the empirical evidence is explained thoroughly and connected to the claim.
Fair

More empirical evidence may be needed to make a more thorough argument for the claim. Some of the empirical evidence is explained and connected to the claim.
Needs Work

May not be explained/connected to the claim. The claim is supported by one piece of empirical data. More empirical evidence, more explanation, or more connection is needed to support the claim
Incomplete

Empirical evidence is not included. If empirical evidence is included it may contradict or not be connected to the claim.
Conclusion

Excellent

Logical statement succinctly ties together the claim and evidence to validate the claim with assertion.
Good

Logical statement is concise and reiterates the claim. It may lack assertion or pieces of the argument.
Fair

Logical statement is made in an attempt to connect the claim and evidence. It may ramble on or be disconnected from the argument
Needs Work

An ending statement is made. It lacks a connection between the claim and evidence and/or may be rambling.
Incomplete

No logical statement is made. The speech may end abruptly or may end with a comment like, "and that is how... works"




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