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Weather Instruments 
Rubric Code: HXWC9W6
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Subject: Science  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: K-5


Powered by iRubric Weather Instrument
  Needs Work

1 pts

Okay

2 pts

Excellent

3 pts

Visual Presentation

Needs Work

Instrument is missing parts and almost no time was spent in creating it.
Okay

Instrument has all necessary parts, but more effort was needed.
Excellent

Instrument looks well done. People can tell that a lot of careful work was put into it.
Explanation of Purpose

Needs Work

Student has no idea how the weather instrument works.
Okay

Student is unsure or incorrect about the purpose of his/her weather instrument.
Excellent

Student is confident and correct in explaining the purpose of his/her weather instrument.
List of Steps in Creation

Needs Work

Student doesn't know how the weather instrument was created.
Okay

Student seems hesitant on the creation process. He/she didn't have a huge part in the process.
Excellent

Student was actively involved in the creation and can explain explicitly how it was created.
Student Performance

Needs Work

Student didn't practice for the oral presentation at all. He/she uses many sentence interruptors, such as "um" or "like."
Okay

Student looks extremely nervous and acts cautiously. More practice was needed.
Excellent

Student looks and acts confident. He/she practiced for the oral presentation.




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