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Beauty and the Beak Prosthetic Teacher Sheet

Beauty and the Beak Prosthetic Teacher Sheet

Introduction

You can use the rubric on this sheet to help you evaluate the students’ prosthetic designs and presentations.


The following rubric is a suggestion on how to grade the projects. Keep in mind that assessing this type of work can be highly subjective, and a four point rubric is difficult to use in such a project. You are welcome to modify it to suit your needs as you see the lesson unfolding in your specific classroom.

  1 2 3 4
Correlation to Design Does not resemble the design Loosely based on the design Looks like the design with key elements represented Matches the design with key elements represented
Craftsmanship Sloppy, disorganized A reasonable attempt was made to be neat Model is clean and neat. Demonstrates the proper use of materials Model is exemplary with very clean cuts, no stray marks, no excessive glue, etc.
 Presentation Presentation was done without good eye contact, or simply read from notes. And, student did not explain how the prosthetic helps the animal.  Presentation was done without good eye contact, or simply read from notes. Or student did not explain how the prosthetic helps the animal. Presentation of the model is done in a “professional manner” (good eye contact, voice projection, etc.). Student explained how prosthetic helps the animal. Presentation was professional, complete, and students were able to answer all questions about their design.
This teacher sheet is a part of the Beauty and the Beak lesson.

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