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Ecosystem in a Bottle Learning Log 
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Rubric Code: B2X653X
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Subject: Science  
Type: Project  
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  Wow!

4 pts

Yes!

3 pts

Yes but...

2 pts

Nope.

1 pts

Quality of Learning Log

Did you use examples and/or full sentences to explain your observations?

Wow!

Examples and/or full sentences are always used and relevant.
Yes!

Examples and/or full sentences are usually used and usually relevant.
Yes but...

Examples and/or full sentences are sometimes used and sometimes relevant.
Nope.

Examples and/or full sentences are rarely used and frequently off topic.
Completeness of Learning Log

Does your learning log include at least one to two sentences each day?

Wow!

Student always wrote one to two sentences each day (all nine).
Yes!

Student usually wrote one to two sentences each day (six to eight).
Yes but...

Student sometimes wrote one to two sentences each day (four to five).
Nope.

Student rarely wrote one to two sentences each day (three or less).
Drawings

Did you draw your daily observations? Did you include at least three labels in your drawings?

Wow!

Always includes drawing of daily observation (all nine). Includes at least three labels in each drawing.
Yes!

Usually includes a drawing of daily observation (six to eight). Includes at least two labels in each drawing.
Yes but...

Sometimes includes a drawing of daily observation (four to five). Includes at least one label in each drawing.
Nope.

Rarely includes a drawing of daily observation (three or less). Doesn't include labels in each drawing.
Neatness

How does what you are turning in look?

Wow!

Work is exceptionally neat.
Yes!

Writing is easy to read, neat, not messy or smudged. No sign of doodles.
Yes but...

Writing is difficult to read.
Nope.

Writing is messy and almost impossible to read. Smudges and doodles may be present.
Environmental Interdependency Writing Task
Paragraph

Did you write a paragraph explaining how the living organisms in the ecosystem in a bottle survived?

Wow!

Paragraph is on topic and includes at least three examples from the learning logs that explain how the living organisms in the ecosystem in a bottle survived.
Yes!

Paragraph is on topic and includes at least two examples from the learning logs that explain how the living organisms in the ecosystem in a bottle survived.
Yes but...

Paragraph is on topic and includes at least one example from the learning logs that explain how the living organisms in the ecosystem in a bottle survived.
Nope.

Paragraph is off-topic and does not include relevant information that explains how the living organisms in an ecosystem survived.
Vocabulary

Did you use at least four vocabulary words in your paragraph? Were those vocabulary words used correctly?

Wow!

Student used at least four scientific vocabulary words. All vocabulary words were used correctly.
Yes!

Student used at least three scientific vocabulary words. All vocabulary words were used correctly.
Yes but...

Student used at least two scientific vocabulary words. Most vocabulary words were used correctly.
Nope.

Student used at one or no scientific vocabulary words. Most vocabulary words were used incorrectly.
Mechanics/Conventions

Did you write at least five sentences? Did you capitalize, use punctuation, and spell your words correctly?

Wow!

The student wrote at least five sentences. Capitalization, punctuation, and spelling errors are rarely present. Mistakes don't impact the reader's understanding.
Yes!

The student wrote at least four sentences. There are a few capitalization, punctuation, and spelling errors are present. Mistakes don't impact the reader's understanding.
Yes but...

The student wrote at least three sentences. There are many capitalization, punctuation, and spelling errors present. Mistakes impact the reader's understanding.
Nope.

The student wrote two or less sentences. There are many capitalization, punctuation, and spelling errors present that impact the reader's understanding.










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