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1) Force Diagram and Design: Demonstrates an understanding of how forces impact movement of vehicle with token load.
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Explains to what extent all forces impact the movement of vehicle loaded with tokens with reference to the specific design diagrammatically.Identifies all of the forces that impact the movement of the vehicle loaded with tokens with reference to the specific design diagrammatically.Attempts to identify forces acting on vehicle, but does not show an accurate understanding of how these forces impacted the motion of the vehicle diagrammatically.
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Exceeds ExpectationsMeets ExpectationsApproaching ExpectationsBelow Expectations Expectations Not MetMissing from Reflection
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2) Application of Newton's Laws in Prototyping: Use of Newton's Laws to guide improvements to prototypes throughout the design phase.
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Accurately applies Newton's Laws to analyze flaws in early prototypes and shows improvement of integration of Newton's laws and originality in subsequent designs. Superficially applies Newton's laws to analyze flaws in early prototypes and shows continued awareness of Newton's laws in subsequent designs. Superficially analyzes flaws in earlier prototypes and demonstrates a lack of integration and/or originality in subsequent designs.
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Exceeds ExpectationsMeets ExpectationsApproaching ExpectationsBelow Expectations Expectations Not MetMissing from Reflection
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3) Creativity: Use of creativity in design of prototypes.
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Strong evidence of unusual combinations, unconventional approaches, or risk-taking in design of vehicle and/or application of force.Limited evidence of unusual combinations, unconventional approaches, or risk-taking in design of vehicle and/ or application of force.Uses only conventional, formulaic, or established patterns/solutions in design of vehicle and/or application of force.
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Exceeds ExpectationsMeets ExpectationsApproaching ExpectationsBelow Expectations Expectations Not MetMissing from Reflection
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4) Conclusion and Analysis of Data: Reflection of your trials against those of your classmates using data from competition
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Explanation of vehicle performance in trials against those of classmates is based on a reasonable interpretation data. Hypotheses of contributing causes to success of certain models against others are consistent with physics concepts and supported by data.Explanation of vehicle performance in trials against those of classmates is based on a reasonable interpretation data. Hypotheses of contributing causes to success of certain models against others consistent with physics concepts.Explanation of vehicle performance in trials against those of classmates is missing, inconsistent, or not implied by evidence. Hypotheses of contributing causes to success of certain models against others are missing or inconsistent with physics concepts and not supported by data.
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Exceeds ExpectationsMeets ExpectationsApproaching ExpectationsBelow Expectations Expectations Not MetMissing from Reflection
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5) Evaluation of Design: Evaluating and Improving Design of Final Vehicle
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Evaluates weaknesses and limitations of vehicle design with respect to Newton's laws and suggests realistic improvements. Identifies weaknesses and limitations of vehicle design with respect to Newton's laws, and suggests superficial improvements.Identifies irrelevant weaknesses and limitations, and suggests unrealistic improvements. Evaluation is disconnected to Newton's laws.
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Exceeds ExpectationsMeets ExpectationsApproaching ExpectationsBelow Expectations Expectations Not MetMissing from Reflection
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6 ) Communication: Effectiveness of Reflection Style
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The reflection is clear and focused; relevant, quality details helps the audience develop insight into the topic; Compelling writing style; connects strongly with the reader and keeps him or her engaged right to the end.The reflection is well organized and help the reader move along; the key points are presented but does not demonstrate in-depth understanding; good writing style; sentences flow smoothly and evenly.Bland reflection; sequencing and pace of topics seems random; Words and sentences are adequate in general but lack energy; audience has to struggle to keep reading to the end.
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Exceeds ExpectationsMeets ExpectationsApproaching Expectations Below ExpectationsExpectations Not Met Missing from Reflections
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