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Newspaper Chair

  Derived from rubric: Newspaper Chair
built by murdiales

Rubric Code: ZX922W7
Build a chair out of newspaper in teams of three that can hold the weight of the heavies person in the group. You can use as much newspaper and tape as you like.
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Categories: Subjects: Engineering   (General)  
Types: Project  
Grade Levels: 6-8

Powered by iRubric Newspaper Chair
  Poor
1 pts
Fair
3 pts
Good
5 pts
Build Constraints
Poor

Chair build contains materials other than newspaper throughout.
Fair

Chair is built of newspaper, but some adhesive was used.
Good

Chair is built with newspaper only, and no sign of other materials or adhesives.
Design Concept
Poor

Design concept is not in line with instructions in any shape or form.
Fair

Chair was designed like a stool. Directions were not followed completetly.
Good

Chair was actually built like a chair and followed instructions that were given
Weight constraint
Poor

Chair is unable to hold a weight that is acceptable.
Fair

Chair build is able to hold the weight, but did not last 1 minute.
Good

Chair build is able to hold equal to or greater than then minimum weight for 1 minute or more.
Presentation
Poor

Chair presentation is unorganized and includes minimal information about the design process.
Fair

Chair presentation explanation of the design process is lacking substance.
Good

Chair presentation and explanations of the entire design process.



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