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iRubric: Earth Science Presentation: Sea Creature rubric

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Earth Science Presentation: Sea Creature built by Brian1965

Rubric Code: JX879W5
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Keywords: plate techtonics,
Categories: Subjects: Geology  
Types: Presentation  
Grade Levels: 9-12

Powered by iRubric "Sea Creature"
  Poor
5 pts
Fair
10 pts
Good
15 pts
Excellent
20 pts
Accuracy
Poor

The information presented was largely inaccurate.
Fair

The information presented was divided evenly between accurate and inaccurate.
Good

The majority of the information presented was accurate.
Excellent

All of the information presented was accurate.
Thoroughness
Poor

The information presented did not even cover most of the material from the standards page.
Fair

The information presented covered most of the material from the standards page.
Good

The information presented covered all of the information of the material from the standards page. little evidence that the student did additional research.
Excellent

The information presented covered of the material from the standards page, as well as other facts and/or ways of explaining things that included technology and current careers.
Preparation
Poor

The recorded presentation was poorly prepared; the student was unfamiliar with the material and unable to explain his own work.
Fair

Therecorded presentation showed little evidence of preparation: it was sloppy, poorly worded, or appeared to have been put together at the last minute.
Good

The recorded presentation was well prepared; the students was able to look up and explain himself; visuals/aids were carefully thought out ahead of time.
Excellent

The recorded presentation was well prepared; the students was very familiar with the topic and could answer questions; the visual was well-thought-out and used efficiently.
Presentation
Poor

Student made no connections, was inaudible, did none of the talking, contributed to none of the visuals, and/or no visual was used.
Fair

The student made an effort to make connections and do some of the talking, and used a visual that was poorly prepared or irrelevant.
Good

The student made an effort to make connections and much of the time, did a fair share of the talking, and used a well-prepared visual tha was effective.
Excellent

The student maintained connection to audience and a level voice throughout, used a well-prepared and attractive handout, and made effective use of that visual.
Contribution/Cooperation
Poor

The student did none of the common core group work, and /or hindered the group's work.
Fair

The student made a minor contribution to use the common core group's work. He did not hinder the group's work, but did not contribute much, either.
Good

The student did his fair share of using the common core group's work and worked well with the other students in the group.
Excellent

The student did more than just use the outline for the common core suggestions work, and/or did an excellent job cooperating and working with others, taking a leadership role.



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