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Assessment Marking Rubric 
Rubric Code: E229A6A
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Subject: Geography  
Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: (none)


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  Poor

1 pts

Fair

2 pts

Good

3 pts

Excellent

4 pts

Introductory paragraph

5 marks

Poor

The idea of the introductory sentence is not clear and interesting, the purpose of this article is not clearly expressed.
Fair

The language logic of the introductory paragraph needs to be strengthened and is not enough to attract readers' interest. The purpose of this article needs further explanation.
Good

The language logic in the beginning of the introduction paragraph is smooth and interesting, and the purpose of this article is clearly described.
Excellent

The language in the introductory paragraph is lively, interesting and relevant to the topic. It gives a detailed description of the problems and objectives to be discussed in this article.
Summary of knowledge about water resources

5 marks

Poor

For the concept of water resources learned in the textbook is not accurately used and not fully understood, unable to explain the concept in their own words.
Fair

It is more accurate to use and understand the concept of water resources learned in the textbook, but there are still some problems. It is more accurate to explain the concept in my own words.
Good

Can accurately use and understand the concepts about water resources learned in the textbook and explain the concepts in their own words.
Excellent

Can accurately use the concepts about water resources learned in the textbook, accurately and comprehensively understand the knowledge, and also can use their own words to explain and summarize concepts.
Chosen country and Australia

Description and comparison of current situation of water resources - 10 marks

Analyze possible geographic causes - 10 marks

Poor

There is no clear description of the selected country, no detailed description and comparison of the current situation and differences of water resources in the two countries, no analysis of possible geographical reasons, and no sufficient data or data tables as evidence.
Fair

The selected countries should be clearly stated. The current situation and different descriptions and comparisons of water resources in the two countries need to be more detailed. There are few possible geographical causes analyzed and few data or data tables that can be used as evidence.
Good

The selected countries should be clearly explained. The current situation of water resources in the two countries and their different descriptions and comparisons should be detailed and comprehensive, so as to comprehensively analyze the existing geographical reasons and provide appropriate data or data tables that can be used as evidence.
Excellent

A clear description of the selected country can comprehensively describe and compare the current situation and differences of water resources in the two countries, comprehensively analyze the existing geographical reasons, and provide sufficient data or data tables as evidence by considering various possibilities.
Water scarcity and analyze

Analysis of water scarcity in Australia and analyze possible reasons - 5 marks

The role of human and the specific measures - 10 marks

Poor

It does not use critical thinking to analyze the role of humans, and it does not cite specific examples and solutions to Australia’s water scarcity.
Fair

Critical thinking is needed to analyse the role of human beings, and a specific example of water scarcity in Australia and human behaviour to address it needs to be presented.
Good

Be able to use critical thinking to analyze the role of human beings, and to cite specific examples of water scarcity in Australia and human behavior to address the problem.
Excellent

Able to use critical thinking to analyze the role of human beings, and to cite specific examples of water scarcity in Australia and human behavior to address this issue, and supported by a wealth of data and information.
Conclusion

Make a summary of the article and put forward constructive suggestions - 5 marks

Poor

Summary is not in place, did not give the corresponding recommendations.
Fair

The summary needs to be more in place and the recommendations put forward need to be more comprehensive.
Good

The summary of the article is more comprehensive, can put forward constructive suggestions through thinking.
Excellent

Summary of the article comprehensive, through the previous article’s thinking, put forward more constructive and sustainable suggestions.




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