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This rubric is meant to help guide in the creation of your plate tectonic hazard project.
Rubric Code: R2398AA
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Subject: Science  
Type: Assignment  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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  Exceeding

5 pts

Proficient

4 pts

Developing

3 pts

Emerging

2 pts

Written - Content

Intro to topic
A map showing the location
What is the hazard
Why does the hazard exist
What should people do?

Exceeding

The topic is clearly identified. The writing is logical and organized. Content is written in student friendly language and is easy to understand. The student has gone beyond the expectations required.
Proficient

The topic is identified. The presentation has most of the key elements. Content is written in student friendly language and is easy to read.
Developing

Did not include all of the required elements. Main points are present with limited development. May not be written in a presentation format.
Emerging

Major facts are missing. Content is difficult to understand.
Grammar and Mechanics

Exceeding

Capitalization and punctuation are correct throughout the presentation. There are no grammatical errors and run-ons.
Proficient

A few spelling and punctuation, and grammatical errors allowing reader to follow ideas clearly. Very few run-on sentences.
Developing

Some spelling, punctuation, and grammar errors but able to follow and progress though the presentation.
Emerging

Spelling, punctuation, grammatical errors create distraction. Errors are frequent.
Visual and Creative

Layout and visual appeal

Exceeding

The layout is visually appealing - very creative. Backgrounds, icons and pictures are included. Clearly labelled diagrams as well.
Proficient

The layout is appealing. Backgrounds, icons and pictures are included. Clearly labelled diagrams as well.
Developing

Layout is organized somewhat. Limited labels, missing borders and titles.
Emerging

Layout is confusing and information is not organized with titles.
Work Cited

Exceeding

Work cited list is provided at the end of the presentation. Clearly shows student effort beyond the use of basic search for minimal resources. Includes at least 3 sources of information.
Proficient

Work cited is listed. Some student effort beyond the use of basic search for minimal resources. Includes at least 2 sources of information.
Developing

Work cited is listed separately. Includes one source of information.
Emerging

Work cited information is not provided.
Use of Class Time

Exceeding

Used time extremely well during the class period. Focused on getting the product done. Never distracted others. Work was submitted by the deadline.
Proficient

Used time well during the class period. Usually focused on getting the project done and never distracted others.
Developing

Used some of the class time well during the class period. There was some focus on getting the project done but occasionally distracted others.
Emerging

Did not use class time to focus on project OR distracted others. Reminders were given.



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