Student Self Assessment Rubric

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As a result of the activities in this project I learned :  

   YES  NOT SURE  NO 
to observe objects that move in the daytime sky.         
describe how they move by:
(circle the one or ones that apply)
  • talking
  • drawing
  • writing.
        
to observe objects that move in the nighttime sky.         
describe how they move by:
(circle the one or ones that apply)
  • talking
  • drawing
  • writing.
        
draw a picture that shows what is the same and what is different in the daytime and nighttime skies.         
fill in a Venn diagram that shows what is the same and what is different in the daytime and nighttime skies.         
create a Venn diagram that shows what is the same and what is different in the daytime and nighttime skies.         
draw a circle.         
draw and ellipse.         
observe the sun.         
describe how the sun moves in the sky by:
(circle the one or ones that apply)
  • talking
  • drawing
  • writing.
        
observe the moon.         
describe how the moon moves in the sky by:
(circle the one or ones that apply)
  • talking
  • drawing
  • writing.
        
observe the stars.         
describe how the stars move in the sky by:
(circle the one or ones that apply)
  • talking
  • drawing
  • writing.
        
tell the difference between the shape of a circle and the shape of an ellipse.         
listened to stories that early people told (Native American, Greek, Roman, Egyptian, etc.) about things that move in the sky.         
use what I saw to create my own story about things move in the sky by:
(circle the one or ones that apply)
  • talking
  • drawing
  • writing.