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Causes of Seasons: Light Intensity Observer Experiment 
Detect the difference in light intensity at different angles! Nora Baker
Rubric Code: F2X9CW6
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Subject: Science  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 6-8


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  Excellent

5 pts

Good

4 pts

Fair

3 pts

Poor

2 pts

Not Attempted

0 pts

Procedures

5.00

Excellent

All simple materials were obtained, and the instructions were followed. Modifications for enhancement of result were adopted.
Good

Most of the simple materials were obtained and some modification of procedure was thereby necessary.
Fair

Some of the simple materials were obtained and there needed, thereby, to be a modification of the procedure.
Poor

There was a rush to gather any relevant materials and the procedure was, in turn, severely compromised.
Not Attempted

Required work, to any degree, had not been done.
Performance

5.00

Excellent

Student independently follows all directions as written or made thoughtful changes to the written directions to produce enhanced results, and there was clear adherence to the objective.
Good

Student follows written directions and made some changes to the directions to produce an enhanced result, and the adherence to the objective was evident.
Fair

Student needed assistance in conducting the experiment, without which the procedure may not have been followed otherwise. Substitutions to materials were made.
Poor

Student attempts the experiment without reading or following directions and failed to use substitution of material to any demonstrable effect.
Not Attempted

The experiment was not completed or a misguided attempt to follow the procedures was conducted.
Observations

5.00

Excellent

Observation of the modifications to procedure, as directed by the instructions, was made, and documented either in writing or by video evidence.
Good

Some observation of the results of the modification in the procedure, as directed by the instructions, was achieved, and documented in writing or by video.
Fair

Attempt to determine the required observation of results from the modification of experiment was made and was documented in writing or by video production.
Poor

Little attempt to determine the required observation of results from the modification of the experiment was made and documentation was inconclusive as proof.
Not Attempted

No discernible attempt was made to determine the required observation of results from the modification of the experiment and no documentation of any kind was produced.
Conclusions

5.00

Excellent

Clear and concise conclusions are given. Conclusion addresses the problem posed by the experiment a written or video statement of knowledge gained is presented. KNOWLEDGE GAINED
Good

Conclusions are present and, by in large, complete. Knowledge gained is documented in writing or by video but is not presented in a clear and concise manner.
Fair

Some parts of a relevant conclusion are missing, or knowledge to have been gained is presented by an opaque video demonstration or written statement
Poor

A minimal or incomplete, conclusion, was drawn regarding the procedure of the experiment regarding the overall reason it was made.
Not Attempted

No conclusion, of any kind, to the procedure of the experiment was made. Reason for conducting the experiment was not fully understood.



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