System Requirments

 

    Teacher Name: Mrs. DUMES
    Student Name:     ________________________________________

    System Requirements Rubric


CATEGORY
3 - 14pts. 2 - 12 pts. 1 - 10 pts.
Display
The document produced is exceptionally attractive and efficient. The document produced is attractive and efficient. The document produced is not very attractive, cluttered, and messy.
Organization
Details are in logical and sequential order. Most of the details are given in sequential oder Details are confusing and disorganized
Number of items
The display has 4 or more different, but related, items listed. The display has 4 or more different, but related, items listed. The display has less than 4 OR the items are not related.
Labels
Each category has a large, neat label describing the item(s). Each category has a label describing the item(s). One or more items is not labeled.
Classification
The student has used historical information to try to classify and organize the items. Great effort was put into the classification. The student has put an effort into trying to classify and and organize the items. Classification/organization seems logical and based on characteristics of the items. The student did not make an effort to classify and organize the items.
Knowledge Gained
Was able to accurately answer all 5 questions. Was able to accurately answer 4 questions. Was able to accurately answer less than 3 questions.
Collector's data
The student first and last name, class name and period, where the items was collected, and date collected are located at the bottom of the page. The student first and last name, class name and period are located on the page. The student lack required information

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Date Created: July 29, 2004


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Copyright July 2004 by Sherika Dumes.