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PROJECT LOG BOOK

STANDARDS
 Contains clearly communicated, detailed, dated, handwritten notes of all experimental design,
 the construction of the experimental design, any time/date in which research was obtained
 all raw data collection, all calculations, and the compilation of materials for the experimentation
was written

PRODUCT OUTPUT
CATEGORY STANDARDS
Originality  Shows a large amount of original thought
 Ideas are creative and inventive
Design  Neat, organized, well designed and
creative

RESEARCH PAPER
CATEGORY STANDARDS
Title
Abstract
Introduction  The introduction is engaging, states the
main topic and previews the structure of
the paper
Methodology  Lists all steps in a detailed, sequential
order that are easily followed
 All safety precautions and warnings are
provided
 Provides diagrams of all set ups.
Results  All data is recorded and organized in a
clear manner
 All visible observations are provided
 Complete and correct analysis of data is
provided
 Errors of Experimentation are provided
Discussion  Restates the hypothesis, supports or
refutes it and explains the role of the test
in making the decision
Contents  All required information is discerned with
clarity and precision
 No errors sentence structure and word
usage
 Neatly finished-no errors

ORAL PRESENTATION
CATEGORY STANDARDS
Language Use and Delivery  Selects words appropriate for an audience and uses correct
grammar
 Engages the audience with appropriate verbal cues and eye
contact
 Speaks clearly and confidently, limits the uses of vocalized
pauses, and varies tone and pitch appropriately
 Projects a sense of individuality and personality dresses
appropriately
 Paces delivery
Content  Clearly defines the topic and organizes the information
logically and appropriately for its purpose,
 Explains key findings and points.
 Answers core question effectively and with an understanding
of its relevancy, clearly linking evidence to thesis
 Provides recommendations based on research
Organization and Preparation  Presents logical transitions between main topics and ideas
 Emphasizes key points
 Uses notes or other memory aides effectively to structure
presentation if necessary
 Adjusts style of presentation to purpose and audience
 Coherently ends presentation with conclusions based on
evidence
Media Use  Selects and uses appropriate medium (text, images, sound,
etc.) for each element of the presentation
 Achieves coherence in the presentation as a whole and make
information easily understood
Responds to Question  Is able to reference the appropriate content and applied
learning standards,
 Responds to all questions accurately, thoughtfully and
truthfully