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(0) Visual Representation (20) Students included a timeline with all 10 observations and 5 additional artifacts. (20) Students included a timeline with all 10 observations but were missing additional artifacts, or had additional artifacts but were missing observations. (18-10) Students were missing several observations and additional artifacts. (8-2) Students included no relevant pictures or artifacts. (0) Reflective Essay (50) Student sufficiently answered questions #1-5 and included at least two references. (50-40) Student sufficiently answered questions #1-4 and included at least one reference. (39-30) Student sufficiently answered questions #1-3. (29-20) Student sufficiently answered questions #1-2 or did not fully answer any questions at all. (19-0) Overall Appearance (5) Student is extremely creative in showing the connections between artifacts and reflections. Project is neat and/or typed. (5) Student is creative in showing the connections between artifacts and reflections. Project is neat and/or typed. (4-3) Student is somewhat creative in showing the connections between artifacts and reflections. Project may or may not be neat and/or typed. (2-1) Project is disorganized, sloppy, and quickly done. (0) Overall Score: /100
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Ecology Unit © It’s Not Rocket Science 2016 35 Human Impact Project Checklist Use this list to make sure you have completed every aspect of the project. You may also use the rubric I will be using as a reference too. Short-Term Action Plan (15 points) Plan includes two completely thought out options for implementation All six components of plan are completed Parent signature for approval is obtained Plan Refinement (10 points) Feedback is noted on plan (in a different color) based on what peers advised Refined plan is written out with final choice for project All six components of plan are completed Teacher signature for approval is obtained Visual Representation (20 points) A visual timeline with daily observations for all 10 days Five additional artifacts are included All artifacts are significant in representing the experience that I had Reflective Essay : (50 points) All five questions are completely answered All answers are in paragraph form Answers to extension questions 4 and 5 include evidence from research to support my answers Works cited page of research used Essay is typed or neatly hand-written Overall Appearance (5 points) Effort and time put into the completion of the project should be evident All components of project (initial and refined plans, visual representation, and reflective essay) are neat and organized so they can be submitted to teacher easily All components of my project are relevant and clear Project demonstrates my understanding of human impact on the environment
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Ecology Unit © It’s Not Rocket Science 2016 36 Name: Human Impact Project Short-Term Action Plan ORIGINAL Option #1: Option #2: Idea for implementation: What two changes are you considering you (or your family) making for 10 days?
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