Student is able to follow directions and complete project with no extra help.
The content of the report will be evaluated as described here. For guidance on constructing a lab report consult the report writing guide. Title Page This should be constructed as described in chapter 2 of the lab manual. Reports lacking a complete title page may be returned ungraded.
Introduction In general, an introduction should be evaluated on content, clarity and coherence. In terms of content, the items listed in the educational and experimental objectives should be included.
This list may vary depending on how these things were stressed in your class. Terms are defined and their import to the experiment clearly delineated.
Sentences are complete and words are properly spelled. For example, terms are defined, but their import to the experiment is not clear.
Terms are presented, but not defined or discussed. When providing their own samples, students must discuss where they came from and their sampling technique.
For methods, an outline including required equipment and procedures must be given. Good enough for someone to use to repeat the experiment. Inadequate for use to repeat the experiment. In terms of content, the items listed in the report considerations should be addressed.
Graphs will have a title, labeled axes, units indicated, and a smooth curve or best fit line drawn. Graphs are usable, but not correctly done. Graphs are unintelligible or missing. Discussion In general, this section will be evaluated on the content and clarity of the arguments made.
Data is cited and its relationship to the conclusion is clear. Data is not cited or used to support the conclusion. Appendices These two sections are to be submitted before leaving lab for the day.
If this does not happen then they are to be appended to the end of the report. These will be evaluated on how effectively you used your notebook to detail your lab experience.
In terms of content, the evaluation will be based on what is in the report considerations section of the experiment. Numerical measurements are legibly recorded and properly labeled. Working graphs are appropriate 3 - Limited observations recorded.
Numerical measurements are intelligible, sufficient and reasonably labeled.
Working graphs are there, but sloppy 2 - Observations are non-existent or incoherent. Numerical measurements are generally there, but somewhat incomplete or sloppily recorded. Working graphs are inadequate 1 - No observations.The lab report fails to meet two or more of the expectations for neatness and organization The lab report fails to meet one of the expectations for neatness and organization The lab .
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It is graded out of points, and then scaled down to The report must be logical throughout and rationales must be explained well. Empower your students to self- or peer-assess using a teacher-created rubric as a guide.
Students can now refer to the rubric (or checklist) as they complete their assignments to better understand grading expectations and criteria. Teacher Self-Appraisal Rubrics. Geometry Exemplar. Self Appraisal Form.
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