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Atomic Theory Model and Presentation 
The students will work together to create a 3-D model and presentation that share important information of contributions in the development of atomic models and theories. Groups must include information on the following: Scientist's name, year of model/theory, important facts relevant to discovery/creation of atomic model/theory, a labeled 3D model of the scientist's atomic model, and a description of the atomic model.
Rubric Code: W2X4A93
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Subject: Science  
Type: Presentation  
Grade Levels: 9-12


Powered by iRubric Atomic 3-D Model Rubric
  Poor

5 pts

Fair

10 pts

Good

20 pts

Excellent

25 pts

Comments

(N/A)

3-D Model Accuracy

Poor

Presentation includes relevant information on at least 2 components of the scientist and atomic model. Information is poorly organized and inaccurate.
Fair

Presentation includes relevant information on at least 3 components of the scientist and atomic model. Some information is inaccurate and poorly organized.
Good

Presentation includes relevant information on at least 4 components of the scientist and atomic model. Information is accurate.
Excellent

Presentation includes useful and relevant information on all 5 components of the scientist and atomic model. Information is well-organized and accurate.
Comments
Work Quality/Effort

Poor

Work is done with little effort, which resulted in a low quality product. It is evident that the work was rushed and little time was spent on the final product. Work is incomplete.
Fair

Work is done with fair effort, but the quality is still not what the group is capable of. It is evident that the work was rushed.
Good

The work was done with good effort that shows what the group is capable of. It is evident that time was put into this poster and presentation.
Excellent

The work done exceeds all expectations and shows that the group is proud of their work. It is clear that the group's best effort was put forth.
Comments
Style/Creativity

Poor

Model and presentation do not convey a clear understanding of the subject matter and there are many errors. Presentation and model are not creative.
Overall failure to meet expectations; haphazard material used and lack of effort is evident.
Fair

Model and presentation lack clarity of information, creativity and neatness.
Construction, OR use of materials OR presentation does not meet expectations.
Good

Model and presentation are clear and contain few mistakes. Good creativity and neatness.
Generally well constructed, creative use of materials, and is reasonable for 3- D (Physical) Model presentation.
Excellent

Model and presentation have an element of creativity and style, and is not just a list of facts. 3- D (Physical) Model and presentation convey a clear understanding of the topic.
Comments
Presentation/ Essay

Poor

The group did a poor job presenting their project. Presenters appeared reluctant to speak and were difficult to understand.
The group did not meet the 2 page minimum, or plagiarized most of the work.
Fair

The group did a fair job presenting their project. Presenters were not always clear and spoke with little expression.
The group discussed their element but did not include all the required information.
Good

The group presented their project very well. Presenters spoke clearly and with expression.
The group discussed their element and included all required information.
Excellent

The group did an excellent job presenting their project to the class. Every member of the group spoke clearly and with expression.
The group effectively discussed the element in detail and included all required information.
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  • Science Atoms Model Presentation







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