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Gummy Bear Lab Design Report 
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Rubric Code: K2XA8WW
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Subject: Science  
Type: Handout  
Grade Levels: 6-8


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PROBLEM/QUESTIONS

1

The problem or question is not stated.
2

Problem or question is partially written..
3

Problem or question is completely written. Question is relevant and testable.
4

Background information paragraph precedes the problem/question.
Question is relevant and testable
HYPOTHESIS

1

The hypothesis is not relevant to the lab.

No hypothesis given.
2

The hypothesis states a prediction, but there is evidence of any background knowledge.
3

The hypothesis clearly states a prediction based on general knowledge and observations.
It is written as an
"if...then" statement
4

The hypothesis clearly states a prediction based on general knowledge and observation. It is written in the "null"
PROCEDURE

1

Procedure are incomplete, inaccurate, or missing. It is evident that little thought went into this part of the experiment.
2

Procedure is too general and incomplete. It is difficult to follow the sequencing in this experiment.
3

Procedure and data are complete and mostly accurate. Another research could follow this experiment with support.
4

Procedure and data are complete and accurate. Another researcher could follow this experiment
DATA and Graphs

1

Data tables are incomplete or inaccurate. And/or
Graphs are incomplete or inaccurate.
2

Data tables are incomplete or contain several errors. And/or the graphs are incomplete or contain several errors.
3

Data is organized. Graphs are of the correct type and there are only small error in the graphing.
4

Data table(s) is /are well organized. Graphs are of the correct type and all titles, axes, and increments are correct.
RESULTS/OBSERVATIONS

1

Inaccurate results or
No results given
2

Results are somewhat complete or some are inaccurate or make no mention of anything in the experiment.
3

Results are complete and accurate with mention of something specific in the experiment.
4

Results are complete and accurate with specific details that tie the question and hypothesis to the overall results.
CONCLUSIONS

1

Conclusion shows little effort and reflection or no conclusion is present.
2

Conlusion is missing one or two key points.
3

Conclusions include basic explanations of your results, whether hypothesis is supported or not, and what you learned
4

Conclusions include detailed explanations of your results, whether hypothesis is supported or not, and what you learned










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