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Evolution activity rubric
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Teacher Name: Mrs. Babb
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points possibleexcellentfairpoor
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General questions15All questions were answered in complete sentences. It is clear what the team was trying to say. It is obvious time and thought went into answering the questions. The answer itself is logical and correct. (14/15)The questions were all answered, but some of the answers are not correct, OR some are lacking in the explanation, it is not clear what the team was trying to get across, or it is hard to tell how much time or thought went into the answers. (11/12)The questions may not all be answered, OR many of the answers do not answer the question (DAQ) are incomplete (I) or it appears little time or effort was put into the answers. (10 or less)
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Data (part 1 & 2)10Accurately recorded results of the relative shell hardness tests. Completed the charts calculating the frequency of the different traits without error. The charts are relatively neat and easy to read. (9/10)Chart 1 ______ Chart 2 ______ Results are recorded, frequencies calculated but there maybe some parts that are incorrect. The charts are mostly neat and easy to read. (7/8)Some of the data appears not to have been recorded OR some some of the calculations were not complete OR the charts are NOT easy to read. (6 or less)
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Graph 1 (pg 3)5There is an accurate, descriptive title. The class data has been added, is labeled, and correct. The graph is neat and colorful. (5)Two of the following is true: The title is there, but not descriptive or not accurate. The data is there but may not be labeled clearly. The graph is not very neat. (3)Two of the following is true: The title is not there. The data is there but may not be labeled. The graph is not very neat. (2 or less)
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Graph 2 (pg 5)10There is an accurate, descriptive title. The X and Y axis is labeled correctly. The frequency of the various colors both before and after the tests were graphed. Class data was used, the columns are labeled, and correct. The graph is neat and colorful. (9/10)Two of the following is true: The title is there, but not descriptive or not accurate. The frequency before the tests were not graphed, the class data was not used, or the data is there but may not be labeled clearly. The graph is not very neat. (7/8)More than two of the following is true (or elements are missing entirely) The title is there, but not descriptive or not accurate. The frequency before the tests were not graphed, the class data was not used, or the data is there but may not be labeled clearly. The graph is not very neat. (6 or less)
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total (front)
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points possibleexcellentfairpoor
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total (front)
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Hypothesis5Hypothesis is well written as an If... then... statement. (5)Hypothesis is logical but not complete (slightly vague, or unclear). (4)The hypothesis is incomplete or unclear. (3 or less)
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Materials5Clear list gives exact numbers and descriptions of what is needed. (5)Lists materials, but slightly vague. (4)Too vague, someone else could not gather the materials needed from this. (3 or less)
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Variables5Both independent and dependent variable is clearly, and correctly identified. (5)One of the variables was not clear or missing entirely. (3)Both variables are not clear or incorrect. (2 or less)
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Experiment design10It is clear that the team understood what they wanted to test and how they wanted to test it. Data tables were set-up and used correctly. Everything is neat and easy to read and understand. (9/10)It is not clear if the team understood what they wanted to test. It seems vague and thrown together. Data tables were set-up and used correctly. OR it is not easy for an outsider to read and/or understand. (7/8)It is not clear if the team understood what they wanted to test. It seems vague and thrown together. Data tables were NOT set-up and used correctly. It is not easy for an outsider to read and/or understand. (6 or less)
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Conclusion and future studies10Conclusion clearly explains the data, the hypothesis is accepted or rejected. Students took time to analyze their data and thoughtfully came up with future studies about why the brown trait appears to be increasing. (9/10)Either the conclusion does not completely explain the data, OR the hypothesis is not accepted or rejected. Students obviously tried to use their results to come up with future studies, but are vague or do not address why the brown trait is increasing. (7/8)The conclusion does not explain the data well, AND the hypothesis is not mentioned at all. The future studies are there, but it does not appear that they used their results to help them come up with the study. (6 or less)
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total65possibility of 10 bonus pts if part 3 is complete
divide by 2 (my labs are usually worth ~ 30 pts)
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