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Journey Through the Rock Cycle 
Write a story from the perspective of a rock going through all of the stages of the rock cycle convert this to google slides. Include all of the key words from the rock cycle including igneous, metamorphic, sedimentary, sediment, magma, weathering or erosion, compacting, cementing, cooling, melting, heat and pressure. Be sure to include the characteristics of each rock type and uses of the rock type. Projects are worth 200 points and are due by the date on google classroom. (cont. in keywords)
Rubric Code: H2X957W
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Subject: Science  
Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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The Journey of a Rock
  Exceeds

20 pts

Meets

15 pts

Approaches

10 pts

Not Yet

5 pts

Project

Exceeds

• The "story" line follows the Rock Cycle exactly
• The sequence flows and clearly makes
sense
Meets

• Most of the "story" line follows the Rock Cycle exactly
• The majority of the
sequences flows
Approaches

• Doesn't follow Rock Cycle exactly
• Gaps in the story
make it hard to
understand
Not Yet

• No attempt was made to follow Rock Cycle exactly
• The sequence is
random and doesn't
flow
Content (rock cycle)

Exceeds

• All of the key words
are incorporated
• The content and the
characters are
accurate
Meets

• Most of the key words
are incorporated
• Most of the content
and characters are
accurate
Approaches

• A few of the key words are incorporated
• Several errors in content and all characters are not accurately portrayed
Not Yet

• the key words are not incorporated
• The content is not
accurate and the
characters are not
accurately portrayed
Content (rock type)

Exceeds

• All of the characteristics
are incorporated
• The content and the
characters are
accurate
Meets

• Most of the characteristics
are incorporated
• Most of the content
and characters are
accurate
Approaches

• A few of the characteristics are incorporated
• Several errors in content and all characters are not accurately portrayed
Not Yet

• the key characteristics are not incorporated
• The content is not
accurate and the
characters are not
accurately portrayed
Presentation

Exceeds

• Neat
• Free of spelling errors
• Easy to understand
• Creative
Meets

• Fairly neat
• Minor errors
• Most areas are
understandable
• Creative
Approaches

• Some areas appear messy
• Errors make it
hard to figure out
• Hard to follow
• Not very creative
Not Yet

• No attempt was made to be neat
• Quite hard to follow
• No attempt to make
it interesting
Use of technology

Exceeds

Free of any technical glitches
uses the technology to its full potential
Meets

Free of any technical glitches
uses technology but not at a proficient level
Approaches

few technical glitches
uses technology at a novice level
Not Yet

many glaring technical glitches



Keywords:
  • if not submitted by due date a 30% deduction off earned grade if submitted one day late and project will not be accepted after one day late. Plagiarism will result in the grade of a zero.

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