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Rubric Code: LX92246
In groups of 3-4; research the best types of plants to be used for each type of cutting propagation. Construct a PowerPoint presentation on these plants and describe in detail the steps that will be followed in order to have successful asexual propagation.
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Grade Levels: 9-12

Powered by iRubric Cutting Propagating Presentation
In groups of 3-4; research the best types of plants to be used for each type of cutting propagation. Construct a PowerPoint presentation on these plants and describe in detail the steps that will be followed in order to have successful asexual propagation.
  Excellent
20 pts
Good
15 pts
Fair
10 pts
Poor
5 pts
Understanding
Knowledge of material
Excellent

Students demonstrate a full understanding of the material. Information about all 4 cuttings are accurate. Students recognize the correct types of plants to use for all 4 cutting methods discussed in class.
Good

Students demonstrate understanding of 3 of the 4 cutting methods and the correct types of plants to use for these cutting methods.
Fair

Students demonstrate understanding of 2 out of the 4 cutting methods and the correct types of plants to use for these cutting methods.
Poor

Students only understand 1 or none of the 4 cutting methods and types of plants used for these methods.
Content
Required content included in activity handout
Excellent

All of the required information is included in the PowerPoint presentation.
Good

Most of the required information is included in the PowerPoint presentation
Fair

Half of the required information is included in the PowerPoint presentation.
Poor

None or very little of the required information is included in the PowerPoint presentation.
Presentation
presentation skills
Excellent

All members of the group present information evenly. Eye contact was made all throughout presentation, spoke loud and clear.
Good

All members of the group present some information, but not divided evenly. Eye contact was made most of the time. Spoke loud and clear.
Fair

Not all members presented information. Eye contact was rarely made and slightly hard to hear.
Poor

Only one member of group presented the material. No eye contact was made and very hard to hear.
Creativity
use pictures and make colorful
Excellent

Pictures and visuals are included for all cutting methods in presentation. PowerPoint very appealing and colorful.
Good

Some pictures are used in presentation, but not for all the cutting methods. PowerPoint appealing.
Fair

Few pictures are used in presentation.
Poor

No pictures were included in presentation, only words. No color or creativity.
Group Actions
Be Respectful
Excellent

Group members worked well together. Paid attention during other groups presentations and asked questions.
Good

Group members worked well together, but did not pay attention to other presentation.
Fair

Group members did not get along but handled conflicts themselves. Did not pay full attention and talked during other presentation.
Poor

Group members did not get along and argued. Talked and did not pay attention at all during other presentations. Very rude to group members and presenters.



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