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Students will research a type of severe weather and create an informative presentation.
Rubric Code: L2W84A4
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Subject: Science  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12


Powered by iRubric Severe Weather Project
  Incomplete/Poor

1 pts

Poor

2 pts

Good

3 pts

Excellent

4 pts

Description of Severe Weather

* 1.-what it is
* 2.-where it occurs
* 3.-when it occurs
* 4.-why it occurs

Incomplete/Poor

-describes their weather system briefly with little evidence of reasearch
Poor

-describes their weather system using only 2 or 3 of the 4 decriptors
Good

-adequately describes their weather system using all 4 descriptors
Excellent

-effectively describes their weather sytem using all 4 descriptors
*(includes how it is tracked or measured)
Effects of Weather System

* 1- on people
* 2 -on the environment
* 3. - on animals

Incomplete/Poor

-explains only 1 of the 3 effects of their weather system
Poor

-explains 2 out 3 effects of their weather system
Good

-explains all 3 of the effects of their weather system in detail
Excellent

-effectively explains all 3 effects of their weather system in detail, including specific details
Emergency Preparation

Why is it important to be prepared?

Incomplete/Poor

No safety procedures were described using words or illustrations.
Poor

Incorrect saftey procedures were described using words or illustrations.
Good

Some safety procedures (3 - 4 examples) were described using words or illustrations.
Excellent

Many saftey procedures (5 or more) were described using words and illustrations.
Interesting Facts/Stories

What interesting/
unknown facts did
you learn?

Incomplete/Poor

No facts were provided about the type of severe weather.
OR
No story was provided about the type of severe weather.
Poor

One or two facts were provided about the type of severe weather.
OR
One story was provided about the type of severe weather.
Good

Three to four facts were provided about the type of severe weather.
OR
One or two stories were provided about the type of severe weather.
Excellent

Five or more facts were provided about the type of severe weather.
OR
Three or more stories were provided about the type of severe weather.
Appearance

Visual appeal of the completed poster

Incomplete/Poor

The completed project was not neatly written and organized, and did not contain any illustrations.There were many errors in the project. (5 or more)
Poor

The completed project was written and neatly organized but did not include any illustrations. Project contained some (3-4 errors)
Good

The completed project was neatly written, organized and used some illustrations with some errors. (1-2 errors)
Excellent

The completed project was neatly written, organized, and illustrated without any errors.
Audience Member

While others are presenting you are expected to be respectful.

Incomplete/Poor

Regularly talking and being disruptive during presentations.
Poor

Frequently talking and being disruptive during presentations.
Good

Occasionally talking during presentations.
Excellent

Rarely if ever talking during presentations.
Sources
  Missing

0 pts

Clearly Written

1 pts

N/A

(N/A)

N/A

(N/A)

Where was the information found?

Missing

List of resources used is missing or only a partial list is written on the back of your poster.
Clearly Written

A complete list of resources (websites, magazines, newspapers, books, etc.) is clearly listed on the back of your poster.
N/A
N/A



Keywords:
  • weather, science, hurricanes, tornado, thunderstorm


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