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Project Format - Rubric

This rubric is constructed so that the columns are cumulative.

 
0--No Evidence
1--Approaches Criteria
2--Achieves
Criteria
3--Exceeds
Criteria

Deadline
Rough Draft

No work handed in. Work handed in a day late. Work handed in on time. Work handed in early.
Deadline
Final Draft
No work handed in. Completed work handed in a day late. Completed work handed in on time. Completed work handed in early.

Format--
Borders

No format. 1 inch on all sides. 1.5 inches on top only
1 inch on sides.
1.5 on top and bottom
1 inch on sides.
Format--
Number of pages
Less than 10 typed pages of work. 10 typed pages including all the components listed on the guideline sheet: pages are not full. 10 FULL typed pages including all the components listed on the guideline sheet. Over 10 full pages including all the components listed on the guideline sheet. Extra work must be relevant and interesting, not just meaningless information taking up additional pages!
Font No guidelines followed Courier or Times font used Paper typed in size 12 font Title typed in size 18 font
Body typed in size 12 font
Bibliography No Bibliography Bibliography included Bibliography written using the correct format as given in your notes Bibliography includes 10 or more sources


Project Content - Rubric

This rubric is constructed so that the columns are cumulative.

 
0--No Evidence
1--Approaches Criteria
2--Achieves
Criteria
3--Exceeds
Criteria
Overview * Does not present findings as a unified whole * Shows relationship between 1-2 of the areas of study discussed in the paper. * Shows relationship between 2-3 of the areas of study discussed in the paper. * Presents findings as a unified whole, showing the relationships between each area of study.
Geology * No clear understanding of * Discusses in the paper the national park's geologic and topographic features.
* Explains processes that help to shape the park
*
* Graphically shows one major land feature through a map, a model, a series of profiles etc. * Verbally demonstrates understanding of the effect the geology has played on the development of the park.
Meteorology * No clear understanding of weather and climate issues at the park. * Discusses in the paper weather and climate issues that effect the park. Explains how the weather and climate have helped or hurt in the parks development. * Graphically demonstrates the effects of weather and climate on the parks geology and history. * Verbally demonstrates understanding of weather and climate issues effecting the park
History * No clear understanding of the park's history. * Discusses in the paper major historical events associated with the park. * Graphically demonstrates by pictures, graphs, etc. the development of the park and why it is the way it is today. * Verbally demonstrates understanding of how the park's past may effect the park's future.
Conservation
Issues
* No clear understanding of environmental problems.

* Discusses in the paper mineral and animal exploitation and related problems.

* Graphically demonstrates problems and possible solutions * Verbally demonstrates understanding of current environmental issues.

 


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