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Teaching the Unit Physics project 
In your assigned group 3 you will develop a lesson on your assigned topic with an interactive & engaging presentation. You must include all vocabulary. You must have an assessment of your unit.(at least 1 of every question type in the unit covered except unit 4 which needs 2 of each). You must also teach your lesson to your class on your assigned date; there are no excuses. All group members must know the content and all parts of the lesson fully in case you have to teach on your own.
Rubric Code: V23W48X
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Subject: Science  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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  POOR

1 pts

FAIR

2 pts

WELL DONE

3 pts

SPECTACULAR

4 pts

CONTENT DEPTH-COMPLEXITY

POOR

Needs more information or more accurate information, Information was insufficient or irrelevant , very simple
FAIR

Valid content but little depth or elaboration;sparse information and presentation, Simple, basic information; limited critical thinking is evident
WELL DONE

Covers topic effectively;well developed;explores the topic beyond facts and details, Critical thinking evident;compares and contrasts; integrates topics, time or disciplines
SPECTACULAR

Precise data;i n-depth;
well-supported;
develops complex concepts and relationships,Beyond expected level; analyzes multiple perspectives and issues, abstract thinking
PRESENTATION

Interactive, Engaging, Memorable

POOR

Soft voice, hard to understand, weak, poor confidence and competence, poor eye contact, unclear directions
FAIR

Normal voice tone, some eye contact, some confidence and competence, unclear directions
WELL DONE

Passion in voice some of the time, good eye contact, confident and competent, clear directions
SPECTACULAR

Excited about topic, great eye contact; very confident and competent, clear directions
Product

POOR

Poorly done; not engaging, incomplete
FAIR

Somewhat engaging and interactive, somewhat memorable
WELL DONE

Creative integration; active and engaging,
SPECTACULAR

Unique ideas; Well organized; interesting
VOCABULARY

POOR

Bare minimum for requirement
FAIR

Adequate presentation of vocabulary; no student interaction
WELL DONE

Creative integration of vocabulary; students required to reproduce
SPECTACULAR

Thorough integration of vocabulary; students required to know/reproduce terms
PAPER WORK

Handouts;
Class Work; PowerPoint; Assessment;

POOR

Missing items; disorganized, messy
FAIR

Adequate; needs more work and attention to detail, somewhat organized
WELL DONE

Attractive and Appealing; neat and complete, easy to follow & understand,
SPECTACULAR

Eye catching, and organized, beyond expectations, complete, neat.
Requirements met

See attached sheet

POOR

Members of the group collaborated in making and have supplied less than 90% on the requirement sheet.
FAIR
WELL DONE
SPECTACULAR

Members of the group collaborated in making and have supplied everything on the requirement sheet in an original and innovative matter.
Time management

POOR

Members of the group did not stay on task and wasted class time. 30% deduction in overall points.
FAIR

All members of the team stayed on task 90% of the time and managed their time well. They completed the assignment in the allowed time with enough time to review their completed task and ask questions.
WELL DONE
SPECTACULAR

All members of the team stayed on task and managed their time well. They completed the assignment in the allowed time with enough time to review their completed task and ask questions.
Assessment

The grade for your final will be 7/8 from the points on teaching the unit and 1/8 from the assessment questions for each unit.

POOR
FAIR
WELL DONE
SPECTACULAR



Keywords:
  • Social Reasoning







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