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Grading RubricThe rubric detailing how you will be graded for this assignment can be foundbelow.ASSESSMENT CRITERIA (for practicing)Element 1:Did the student present information about main water pollutants in his/hercommunity and the possible causes of water pollution?-The student provided information on the main water pollutants and possible causes= 10points-Only one of these two components were provided= 5 points-Did not address this part of the assignment = 0 pointsUse the feedback box to provide your peer with the reason you did or did not give full credit forthis element.Weight: 1.00Grade (max 10 points): 10 pointsFeedback:The student has successfully provided information on water pollutants and possiblecauses in his/her community. The student has explained that the environmental council in theircommunity has identified: Nutrition pollutants, E-coli, Plastics, Solvents, and Petroleum. Also,the student clarified that the main water pollutant presented is nutrient pollution (nitrates andphosphates) from fertilizers. The student said the reason is that they have lots of agriculture intheir area and, farmers use fertilizer to grow food,although it affects the water.Element 2:Did the student compare the findings from his/her community with othercommunity and discuss the findings?-This was thoroughly described and answered = 10 points-Addressed most of the question, but could have been more detailed and elaborated further =7 points-The answer was very brief and in need of much further explanation= 4 points-Did not address this part of the assignment = 0 pointsUse the feedback box to provide your peer with the reason you did or did not give full credit forthis element.Weight: 1.00Grade (max 10 points): 7 points

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Term
Spring
Professor
SirNonong
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Chemical elements, Christina Nu ez

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