2 1 Many materials are described inaccurately OR are not described at all 0

2 1 many materials are described inaccurately or are

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(2-1) Many materials are described inaccurately OR are not described at all. (0) Procedures (5 pts) Overview of how bottles are connected and why is clear, detailed, and in paragraph form. (5) Overview of how bottles are connected and why is mostly clear, and somewhat detailed. (4-3) Overview of how bottles are connected and why is somewhat clear but not detailed. (2-1) Overview of how bottles are connected and why is unclear and/or missing. (0) Results (20 pts) All observations are included as well as an organized, professional, visual timeline that summarizes the key events that occurred over the month of data collection. (20) All observations are included as well as a visual timeline that summarizes the key events that occurred, but it may be disorganized or unprofessional. (19-15) All observations may or may not be included and the visual timeline may or may not accurately summarize the key events from the month of data collection. (14-9) Observations and timeline are not shown or are inaccurate. (8-0) Analysis (20 pts) All questions on checklist are thoughtfully answered, in their entirety, with detailed responses in paragraph form. (20) Most questions on checklist are thoughtfully answered, in their entirety, with detailed responses in paragraph form. (19-15) Some questions on checklist are thoughtfully answered, in their entirety, with detailed responses in paragraph form. (14-9) The majority of questions on checklist are not thoughtfully answered, with any detail, in paragraph form. (8-0) Conclusion (20 pts) All questions on checklist are thoughtfully answered, in their entirety, with detailed responses in paragraph form. What student learned from the experiment is clear. (20) Most questions on checklist are thoughtfully answered, in their entirety, with detailed responses in paragraph form. What student learned from the experiment is mostly clear. (19-15) Some questions on checklist are thoughtfully answered, in their entirety, with detailed responses in paragraph form. What student learned from the experiment is somewhat clear. (14-9) The majority of questions on checklist are not thoughtfully answered, with any detail, in paragraph form. What student learned from the experiment is not clear. (8-0) Total Score:
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Ecology Unit © It’s Not Rocket Science 2016 20 Ecosystem in a Bottle Project Rough Draft Outline Introduction : Drawing of Hydrologic Cycle: List of ecological interactions: Drawing of Carbon Cycle: List of ecological interactions: Drawing of Nitrogen Cycle: List of ecological interactions: Importance of the cycling of nutrients:
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Ecology Unit © It’s Not Rocket Science 2016 21 Hypothesis : Drawing: Table: Hydrogen and Oxygen (water) Carbon Nitrogen Goldfish Aquatic plant Cricket Worm Terrestrial plant
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Ecology Unit © It’s Not Rocket Science 2016 22 Materials : Procedure : Results : Write out daily observations on notebook paper. Below sketch your timeline.
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Ecology Unit © It’s Not Rocket Science 2016 23 Analysis : All of the following questions are answered thoughtfully, in detail and in paragraph form: 1.
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