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Project to help understand volumes of waste produced locally and around the world and how much can be recycled.
Rubric Code: C2XA8B9
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Subject: Math  
Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: K-5


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  A bit more please 1

Keep at it, get some details in the project.

1 pts

Almost there 2

Some nice ideas so far, get some more in there.

2 pts

Good job! 3

Hey, great job. You just need a few more details to get an Amazing - keep going!

3 pts

Wow! Amazing! 4

Well done, your hard work has really paid off.

4 pts

What can I recycle?

Identify the different recycling classifications.

A bit more please 1

The group does not show evidence of having an understanding of items that can be recycled.
Almost there 2

The group has an understanding of two items that can be recycled.
Good job! 3

The group has an understanding of three items that can be recycled.
Wow! Amazing! 4

The group has an understanding of all items that can be recycled.
Quantify the rubbish?

How much waste does an average household produce over a day, week, month and year?
How much of it can be recycled?

A bit more please 1

The group has not shown evidence of calculating volumes of waste produced nor how much can be recycled.
Almost there 2

The group have shown calculations for the volume of waste produced and how much can be recycled but not for all timescales. The calculations show some errors.
Good job! 3

The group has calculated all of the volumes of waste produced and the volume that can be recycled. There are some errors in the calculations.
Wow! Amazing! 4

Student has correctly calculated how much waste an average household produce over a day, week, month and year and has calculated how much of it can be recycled.
Global Waste

A bit more please 1

The group did not contact one of our partner schools.
Almost there 2

The group made contact with a partner school and shared limited information.
Good job! 3

The group contacted a partner school and shared most data and presented it in a basic way.
Wow! Amazing! 4

The group contacted a partner school and exchanged all of their data and then presented it in a meaningful way.
Reuse and recycle.

How can we make an impact on the amount of rubbish we dispose of?

A bit more please 1

The group is not aware of ideas or concept that involve reusing our own rubbish.
Almost there 2

The group has an idea about reusing items but is not able to explain clearly how this can be done.
Good job! 3

The group has come up with one idea for reusing our rubbish and can explain their concept.
Wow! Amazing! 4

The group has come up with an innovative way to reuse several types of rubbish and can clearly explain their concept.



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  • Recycling, Global, Reuse


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