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Timeline: Theories of Atomic Structure built by kikatron

Rubric Code: UX9W526
Students will research, create, and present a poster project that illustrates the different theories of atomic structure in history.
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Categories: Subjects: Chemistry  
Types: Project  
Grade Levels: 6-8

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  Poor
1 pts
Acceptable
2 pts
Good
3 pts
Outstanding
(N/A)
Five Scientists
20 %
Poor

Does not include the work of 5 different scientists.
Acceptable

Includes 5 scientists but doesn't put them in correct chronological order.
Good

Includes 5 scientists in chronological order. Has description of their lives and work.
Outstanding

Includes 5 scientists in chronological order, with dates. Has well researched description on scientists' lives and works.
Atomic Models
20 %
Poor

Does not have any or all of scientist's models of the atom. No diagrams/ pictures of models or hard to find with little to no description.
Acceptable

Has some or most of the scientist's models of the atom. Diagram/ picture of the model but little to no description. Not labeled or explained.
Good

Has all of the scientist's models, in order, with descriptions. Utilized diagrams/ pictures and they are clearly labeled and explained.
Outstanding

Has all of the scientist's models, in order, with descriptions. Utilized diagrams/ pictures and they are clearly labeled and explained. Creatively placed and very scientifically described/ explained.
Scientists' Experiments
20 %
Poor

Five Experiments are not mentioned.
Acceptable

Some of the experiments are only briefly mentioned, incorrectly mentioned, or out of order. Not described.
Good

All experiments are adequately and correctly mentioned. Experiments are in order, with a picture/diagram.
Outstanding

All experiments are adequately and correctly mentioned. Experiments are in order, with a picture/diagram and complete description of the experiment.
Timeline Formatting
15 %
Poor

Incomplete or did not follow timeline model.
Acceptable

Followed the timeline model but it was hard to read or visualize. Incomplete or incorrect.
Good

Used the idea of a timeline to either create a poster that had all the necessary information.
Outstanding

Creatively used the idea of a timeline to create a poster with clearly laid out points and images.
Research
15 %
Poor

Does not include at least two references.
Acceptable

Includes two references but does not follow APA format.
Good

Includes two references and follows APA format.
Outstanding

Includes two references and follows APA format. Has an additional reference from a scholarly source.
Presentation to Class
10 %
Poor

There is no sequence of information and/or so much is missing that the presentation makes little sense. Clear student rehearsal isn't present.
Acceptable

Presenters have the necessary information but doesn't follow a clear progression. Group members aren't clear on their game plan.
Good

Presenters provide more than enough content and follows a clear progression of ideas. The presentation seems rehearsed and practiced.
Outstanding

Presenters provide content that is unique and exclusive to their group. Students work totally in sync with each other and deliver a presentation without any group members missing a beat.



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