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Origins Rubric

Origins Rubric

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PMH Project 9/10 2008
PARRAMATTA MARIST HIGH SCHOOLASSESSMENT RUBRICSCIENCE – Project 2Origins of the universe
CriteriaEDCBA
TASK 1Using a spectroscope(individual)Weight: 5%5.9.1,5.14
With assistance from theteacher performs andcompletes the experiment.
In a basic manner performs and completesthe experiment.
In a competent manner performs and completesthe experiment.
In a precise manner performs and completesthe experiment.
In an outstanding manner performs and completesthe experiment.1 2345
TASK 2Wiki discussion(individual)Weight: 10%5.22.2
Partakes in no discussionon the wikispace.
Partakes in limiteddiscussion on thewikispace.
Partakes in the discussionon the wikispace in asatisfactory manner.
Partakes in the discussionon the wikispace in acoherent and appropriatemanner.
Partakes in the discussionon the wikispace in ahighly detailed andaccurate manner.
SW04
Attempts unsuccessfully touse appropriate dictionand shows frequentgrammatical, spelling andpunctuation errors.
Limited
 
use of appropriatediction including manywords which are repetitive,slang or informal andincludes, frequentgrammatical, spelling andpunctuation errors.
Competent
 
use of appropriate diction,however some words arerepetitive, slang or informal and demonstratesfew grammatical, spellingand punctuation errors.
Precise and coherent
 
useof appropriate diction withminimal grammatical,spelling and punctuationerrors.
Extensive andcomprehensive
 
use of appropriate diction with nogrammatical, spelling andpunctuation errors.1---2 3---4 5---6 7---8 9---10
TASK 3Wikispace(Group)Weight: 20%5.9.1,5.9.3,5.16
With guidance from theteacher the groupproduces a wikispacecontaining elementaryinformation.
In a satisfactory manner the group produces awikispace containing basicrelevant information.
In sound and clear manner the group produces awikispace containing clear and factual information.
In an effective andcoherent manner thegroup produces awikispace containingconcise and accurateinformation.
In an extensive andcomprehensive manner the group produces awikispace containingcomplex and sophisticatedinformation. 
SW04
Attempts unsuccessfully toprovide references,footnotes or an adequatebibliography.
Limited ability to providereferences, footnotes or an adequate bibliography.
Provides a basic but clear use of references,footnotes or an adequatebibliography
.
Provides a comprehensiveand accurate
 
use of references, footnotes or an adequate bibliography.
Provides an insightful andextensive
 
use of references, footnotes andan adequate bibliography.1---2---3---45---6---7---89---10---11---1213---14---15---1617---18---19---20
TEACHEROBSERVATION(Individual)Weight: 10%SW01
Constant disruptivebehaviour.
Periodical disruptivebehaviour.
Occasional disruptivebehaviour.
Minimal disruptivebehaviour.
No evidence of disruptivebehaviour.
Limited ability to completeassessments or duties ontime.
Basic ability to completeassessments or duties ontime.
Satisfactory ability tocomplete assessments or duties on time.
Thorough ability tocomplete assessments or duties on time.
Comprehensive ability tocomplete assessments or duties on time.1---2 3---4 5---67---8 9---10
PEER EVALUATION(Individual)Weight: 15%SW05
With assistance takes onresponsibility of a grouprole.
Limited responsibilitytaken of group role.
Satisfactory responsibilitytaken of group role.
Thorough responsibilitytaken of group role.
Comprehensiveresponsibility taken of group role.
With constant guidancecooperates with other group members.
Constant disruptivebehaviour.
Limited cooperation withother group members.
Periodical disruptivebehaviour.
Satisfactory cooperationwith other group members.
Occasionally disruptivebehaviour.
Thorough cooperation withother group members byassisting ONE other groupmember.
Minimal disruptivebehaviour.
Comprehensivecooperation with other group members byassisting more than ONEgroup member.
No evidence of disruptivebehaviour.1---2---34---5---67---8---910---11---1213---14---15

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