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In your proposal letter, describe your idea behind the design and clearly explain how the functions of the organelles that link together relate to one another. Both the blueprint and the proposal letter should be neat, organized, and easy to read.
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Unit Project continued Cell ebration Mini Golf Evaluation Rubric Points will be assigned according to how well a task is done, as well as whether you have fully or only partially completed a task. Any task left undone will be assigned a zero. Your teacher will provide a timetable for this project. 95-100 points = +2 Standard grade 80-94 points = +1 Standard grade Requirements Maximum Points Earned Points (teacher to fill in) Proposal Proposal is neat, typewritten and spell-checked. 5 Design and relationship between linked organelles is clearly explained. 25 Blueprint Blueprint is on posterboard, neat, spell-checked, and colorful. 10 All 12 organelles are present. 10 Holes are identified by organelle name and number. 5 Organelle function is correctly described. 15 Organelle appearance is correctly described. 10 Organelle’s relative shape is accurately represented. 10 Organelle’s relative size is accurately represented. 10 Rubric Score: 100 points Total Score: Teacher’s Comments:
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