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Unformatted text preview: Fermentation Report Rubric— Spring 2011 (Knisely, p92-107). Attach a copy of the rubric to each paper and use it to report your scores. Check the appropriate box and record points awarded in each category. Exemplary —Work meets and surpasses all criteria set in assignment description. Content information is exceptional. Writer demonstrates ability to think critically and independently. Ideas and expression are thoughtful or imaginative. Work is error-free. Competent —Work is good to very good. Writer demonstrates ability to express ideas and demonstrates good understanding of the process under investigation. Above average development of ideas and attention to detail. Needs work— Work is average to weak fulfilling some of the requirements of the assignment but lacking in others. Impact of work is weak. Not passing— Work is unacceptable, demonstrating poor effort or little understanding of assignment. Exemplary √+ Competent √ Needs work √— Not Passing X Grade Introduction 20 pts Build the introduction in logical sequence— Introduce your first then second experiment, but be brief, keep the...
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- pts Briefly summarize, Fermentation Report Rubric—, pts Interpret results