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Infectious Disease Book Project Presentation built by dslaughter

Rubric Code: Q886B2
Students will read a book related to infectious diseases. He or she will complete the 4 submissions of the following as the written portion of the project, followed by a class presentation and discussion. Part 5 --> 39 points
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Categories: Subjects: Biology  
Types: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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  EXCELLENT!!!
3 pts
Good!
2 pts
Fair
1 pts
Unacceptable
0 pts
Short Synopsis
4 pts
SHORT synopsis of book is given - Include author's overall purpose, message and relevance to ID AND TO YOU. <BR>
How do you VOTE? Would you recommend this book for your class ID list? If so/not, why should it BE/NOT BE voted off? Was there any apparent bias in the book?Was it an expose or impartial?
EXCELLENT!!!

Short synopsis clearly and accurately sums up author's purpose and the overall messages/take home lessons of the book with relevant connections to ID and to you. Choice for the ID book list is supported with knowledge of the lessons learned and the goals of the ID class.
Good!

Short synopsis sums up author's purpose and the overall messages/take home lessons of the book with relevant connections to ID and you. Excessive detail or confusing delivery may detract from overall message. Support for choice for the ID book list is given with some supportive explanation.
Fair

Synopsis at least partly up author's purpose and the overall messages/take home lessons of the book. Misunderstandings, excessive detail or confusing delivery may detract from overall message. Support for choice for the ID book list is given.
Unacceptable

Synopsis misses point of book and shows lack of understanding. Choice for book list isn't supported.
Prerequisite Knowledge
1 pts
What background knowledge should a person reading this book have in order to really understand the concepts? Who is the author's audience? Were there any areas that you felt required more explanation or that you had to look up in order to follow the narrative?
EXCELLENT!!!

Identification of background knowledge required clearly stated and show thought and elaboration. Areas that that required more explanation or that student had to look up identified. Audience for book discussed.
Good!

Identification of background knowledge required stated. Areas that that required more explanation or that student had to look up identified. Audience for book discussed.
Fair

Identification of background knowledge required and/or areas that that required more explanation or that student had to look up identified. Audience for book may or may not be included.
Unacceptable

Identification of background knowledge required and or areas that that required more explanation are poorly identified or lacking. Audience for book may or may not be included.
Further Research
2 pts
From Part 4. Choose one topic (idea/issue/question) brought up in this book that you researched. Discuss briefly what you learned.
EXCELLENT!!!

Topic researched is described and the student's reason for choosing this topic and its relevance to ID is explained with elaboration and detail.
Good!

Topic researched is described and the student's reason for choosing this topic and its relevance to ID is explained.
Fair

Topic researched in a limited fashion and the student's reason for choosing this topic explained.
Unacceptable

Topic reflects limited research and response lacks thought, understanding and or relevant information.
VISUAL!
6 pts
Short PPT, Prezi or other visual should include all of the above: Visual presentation must be at least narrated with or without video - 5pt EXTRA for video inclusion! MAX. time = 5 minutes
EXCELLENT!!!

Attractive/Creative visual clearly shows the book info, important lessons from the book and your additional research. This could be 3-4 slides - with pictures. Must include appropriate narration and external links.
Good!

Somewhat attractive visual shows the book info, important concepts from the book researched topic. This could be 3-4 slides - with pictures. Narration included with or without external links.
Fair

Visual clearly shows the book info, important concepts from the book and mayy or may not contain added research.. This could be 3-4 slides - Few if any pictures - mostly writing. Limited narration.
Unacceptable

No visual or poorly organized and lacking of major components. Only PPT used with no narration or video.



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