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Student Name: ________________________________________ CATEGORY 4 3 2 1 Journal Clear, accurate, dated notes are taken regularly. Dated, clear, accurate notes are taken occassionally. Dated, notes are taken occassionally, but accuracy of notes might be questionable. Notes rarely taken or of little use. Participation Used time well in lab and focused attention on the experiment. Used time pretty well. Stayed focused on the experiment most of the time. Did the lab but did not appear very interested. Focus was lost on several occasions. Participation was minimal OR student was hostile about participating. Materials All materials and setup used in the experiment are clearly and accurately described. Almost all materials and the setupu used in the experiment are clearly and accurately described. Most of the materials and the setup used in the experiment are accurately described. Many materials are described inaccurately OR
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Unformatted text preview: are not described at all. Analysis The relationship between the variables is discussed and trends/patterns logically analyzed. Predictions are made about what might happen if part of the lab were changed or how the experimental design could be changed. The relationship between the variables is discussed and trends/patterns logically analyzed. The relationship between the variables is discussed but no patterns, trends or predictions are made based on the data. The relationship between the variables is not discussed. Scientific Concepts Report illustrates an accurate and thorough understanding of scientific concepts underlying the lab. Report illustrates an accurate understanding of most scientific concepts underlying the lab. Report illustrates a limited understanding of scientific concepts underlying the lab. Report illustrates inaccurate understanding of scientific concepts underlying the lab....
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This note was uploaded on 10/04/2011 for the course COMM 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Boise State.

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