Teacher Assessment Rubric

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  As a result of this project the student could:
 
 
Independently
3 points
With Some Assistance
2 points
With much Assistance 
1 point 
Unable
0 points
observe objects in the day sky and communicate their observations by: (circle the one or ones that apply ) 
  • speaking
  • drawing
  • writing
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describe movement by relative location to another object or background by: 
(circle the one or ones that apply) 
  • speaking
  • drawing
  • writing
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compare and contrast what is seen in the daylight and at night. 

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organize their comparisons by drawing or filling in the Venn diagram. (circle: drawing or filling in) 

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identify a circle and an ellipse. 

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observe the sun and the moon, and the stars communicate their observations by: (circle the one or ones that apply) 
  • speaking
  • drawing
  • writing
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describe movement oft he sun and the moon, and the stars by: (circle the one or ones that apply) 
  • speaking
  • drawing
  • writing
The sun, for example, appears to move across the sky in the same way every day, but its path changes slowly over the seasons.

The moon moves across the sky on a daily basis much like the sun. 

The observable shape of the moon changes from day to day in a cycle that lasts about a month. 

The stars appear to move across the sky

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identify a circle and an ellipse as patterns of movement. 

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comprehend a myth representing early peoples' observations and hypotheses concerning their observations and descriptions then commun- icate it by: (circle the one or ones that apply) 
  • speaking
  • drawing
  • writing
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create a myth representing early peoples' observa- tions and hypotheses concerning their observa- tions and descriptions, then communicate it by: 
( circle the one or ones that apply ) 
  • speaking
  • drawing
  • writing
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