ASAP Science and Technology Exemplars - Grades 1-8 - Grade 2: Windy
RUBRIC FOR GRADE 2: WINDY
 
  Criterion   Level 1   Level 2   Level 3   Level 4  
                     
 

Understanding of basic concepts

  • recognizes evidence that the movement of air can be a source of energy

 

Student:

  • recognizes that the movement of air can be a source of energy with difficulty and error
 

Student:

  • recognizes that the movement of air can be a source of energy with some difficulty and error
 

Student:

  • recognizes that the movement of air can be a source of energy with little difficulty or error
 

Student:

  • recognizes that the movement of air can be a source of energy with no difficulty or error
 
 
 
 
 

Design skills

  • designs and constructs a device that uses wind to make it move

 

Student:

  • applies few of the required skills and strategies
  • uses materials and equipment safely and correctly only with assistance
 

Student:

  • applies some of the required skills and strategies
  • uses materials and equipment safely and correctly with some assistance
 

Student:

  • applies many of the required skills and strategies
  • uses materials and equipment safely and correctly with occasional assistance
 

Student:

  • applies all, or almost all, of the required skills and strategies
  • uses materials and equipment safely and correctly with no assistance
 
 
 
 
 

Communication of required knowledge

  • communicates procedures and results

 

Student:

  • communicates with little clarity or precision
  • rarely uses science and technology terms correctly
 

Student:

  • communicates with some clarity or precision
  • sometimes uses science and technology terms correctly
 

Student:

  • generally communicates with clarity and precision
  • frequently uses science and technology terms correctly
 

Student:

  • consistently communicates with clarity and precision
  • always uses science and technology terms correctly
 
 
 
 
 
 

Relating science and technology

  • identifies devices that use air/ water as energy source
  • identifies activities affected by moving water or wind

 

Student:

  • identifies few devices
  • identifies few activities
 

Student:

  • identifies some devices
  • identifies some activities
 

Student:

  • identifies most devices
  • identifies most activities
 

Student:

  • identifies all devices
  • identifies all activities
 
 
 
 
 
 

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