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Natural Disaster Project 
Students will investigate a natural disaster. Student will discuss the causes of the natural disaster, the geographic location the disaster takes place, and the worst occurrences of this disaster.
Rubric Code: X2367A4
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Subject: Geography  
Type: Presentation  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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4 pts


3 pts


2 pts


1 pts

Total

(N/A)

What is your natural disaster?

4

Your response completely explains your natural disaster and the diagrams/pictures support your explanation. They also support the written information
3

Explanation provides us with some understanding as to the workings of your natural disaster; however more information would have been helpful. The pictures needed to better support the written information
2

Provided little to no visual aids and the explanation is short. Your explanation does not clearly and/or provide enough detail as to why the disaster happens or occurs
1

Question has not been answered or the response is too short to fully answer the question.<BR>
If the information has been plagiserised (copied), you may also received a 0
Total
Describe how and where it forms?

(the Where and the H) What tools are used to predict the disasters (if any).

4

Area disaster takes place is explained thoroughly (completely) using maps to support explanation.
3

Area disaster takes place is explained but some information is missing. Only one map is used to support explanation.
2

Area disaster takes place is explained but many details are left out. Map is used but does not support explanation.
1

Area disaster takes place is explained but no maps are used and important missing.
Total
Examples in history

Canadian if possible or World Wide

4

The event is thoroughly explained using dates, number of people killed or injured, damage (cost, etc.)Images are used to support explanations.
3

The event is explained with one or two missing details. Images are used to explain event.
2

The event is explained but no images are used to support information. Some information is missing.
1

The event is explained with very little information and no images are images are used.
Total
Presentation, grammar and spelling.

4

No grammatical errors are present.
3

One or two grammatical errors are present.
2

Two or more errors in grammar are present.
1

Many grammatical errors. No evidence of proof reading.
Total
Interesting facts

• Impacts of the disasters on natural systems
• Impacts of the disasters on human systems

4

4 or more
3

3 facts
2

1-2 facts
1

0 fascts
Total
Graphics

4

• Relevant pictures, diagrams that support the presentation
3
2
1
Total
Conclusion

how to prepare

4

summary of main points, forecast any future concerns and how humans can use this information to ensure their safety in case they face these natural disasters
3
2
1
Total



Keywords:
  • cause, thoroughly, occurs, explanation, explained, area, geographic







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