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Scientific Method Experiment Rubric 
Scientific Method Steps
Rubric Code: A2X625B
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Subject: Science  
Type: Assignment  
Grade Levels: 9-12


Powered by iRubric Scientific Mothod
  Poor

1 pts

Fair

2 pts

Good

3 pts

Excellent

4 pts

Scientific Method Steps

Poor

Scientific Method Steps are not included.
Fair

Scientific Method Steps are poorly incorporated. It is not clear whether or not student followed all the steps.
Good

Scientific Method Steps are clearly seen and identified. Content is accurate and well-supported.
Excellent

Scientific Method Steps are fully identified. Content is accurate, comprehensive, and well-supported. One can see every step clearly followed in the project.
Hypothesis

Poor

Hypothesis is not stated.
Fair

Hypothesis is not clearly stated or well thought-out.
Good

Hypothesis is clearly stated and project supports the testing of the hypothesis.
Excellent

Hypothesis is clearly stated and project supports the testing of the hypothesis. Presentation clearly ties the hypothesis with the experiment design.
Experiment

Poor

Experiment was hastily done, and lacks support data. Variables are not stated.
Fair

Experiment was done but support information is lacking. Variables are not stated clearly, or are incomplete.
Good

Experiment was carefully done, and the variables are identified. Supporting data does not make the experimental procedure clear or repeatable.
Excellent

Experiment was scientifically done, and the variables clearly identified. Experiment is repeatable, and new experimental data supports the conclusion.
Observations

Poor

Observations about the experiment are not stated.
Fair

Observations are not supported by experimental data, or not clearly stated. Project jumps from experiment to conclusion.
Good

Observations are based on experimental data, and are presented. More detail is needed to make a logical conclusion.
Excellent

Observations are based on experimental data, and are clearly presented. Student makes clear scientific observations that support the conclusion.
Conclusion

Poor

Conclusion is not stated.
Fair

Conclusion is stated but without adequate detail, or not based upon observations made.
Good

Conclusion is valid, logical, and based on observations. Conclusion is stated clearly.
Excellent

Conclusion is valid and logical. Conclusion is based on observations and clearly stated. Student identifies whether or not further research is needed.
Presentation

Poor

Effort is lacking. Minimal content, no bullet points, no graphics, mininal support information or not very neat.
Fair

Demonstrates some effort. Some good content, bullet points, and graphics. Scientific method is there, but difficult to follow.
Good

Demonstrates good effort. Student put thought in how information would be presented, and the reader can follow the steps of the scientific method.
Excellent

Reader can follow the scientific method easily. Graphics and support data are included in a logical way. The words are clearly and neatly lettered. Excellent job.



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