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Natalie Peyton ~ SCI 385

Artifact D ~ Assessment Activity


3rd Grade Animal and Their Ecosystems Research Rubric

3 2 1 0
|--Presentation--|----------------------Knowledge--------------------------|

Identifies Clearly identified 5 Identified 3-4 Only listed 1-2 Gave no


characteristics characteristics of their characteristics of their characteristics of their characteristics of their
and class of animal and identified animal and identified animal and wrong animal and did not
animal their correct class the correct class animal class identify its class

Stated an ecosystem
Clearly stated what Stated an ecosystem
Identifies the animal could not Did not identify any
ecosystem this animal the animal could live
ecosystem and live in, but no ecosystem or how the
could live in and how in, but little detail of
living conditions description of how it animal would survive
it would survive there how it would survive
would survive there

Stated two resources


Stated three or more
used for research and Only stated one Did not identify any
resources they used
Research showed some facts resource and connected resources used and
and what facts they got
they got from those to few or no facts cannot back up facts
from those sources
sources
Made a visual Made a visual
Gave a presentation to
presentation of their presentation of their No visual made and
the class with no visual
Presentation research and could research and barely did not present to the
aid and few facts to
clearly it explain it to talked about it to the class
talk about
the class class
Purpose: Be able to present on an animal you researched by clearly identifying facts and the ecosystem the animal would live in.
Learning Target: An appropriate measure to gage whether students understood the material would be if the student gets a score between 9
and 12. A 12 would be a perfect score. The rubric has four different categories, each being grades on a scale of 0-3. The student must also achieve
all 3’s or 2’s to meet the objectives of the research. Any scores of 1 or 0, the student will need to talk with the teacher and find a way to fix it.

Natalie Peyton | Wartburg College | Pre-Service Teacher


Natalie Peyton ~ SCI 385
Artifact D ~ Assessment Activity
3rd Grade Animal and Their Ecosystems Research Rubric

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Standards Being Met: 4-LS1-1 – Construct an argument that plants and animals have internal and external structures that
function to support survival, growth, behavior, and reproduction. 3-LS3-2 – Use evidence to support the explanation that traits
can be influenced by the environment. 3-LS4-3 – Construct an argument with evidence that in a particular habitat some
organisms can survive well, some survive less well, and some cannot survive at all.

Student Name____________________________ Date_______________ Pre-assess___________


**Students please be aware that creativity will be assessed by how you make and present your presentations. The presentation can be a PowerPoint,
poster, song, piece of art, etc. Make sure it is visual and that it clearly shows the facts you have learned. For high order thinking skills, I will look
to see how you connect what you learned about ecosystems to what you have researched about your animal. Be prepared to answer any questions
myself or other students might ask.**

Teacher Signature_________________________ Date_______________ Total Points __________

Natalie Peyton | Wartburg College | Pre-Service Teacher