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Criteria (Subject) Most appropriate food choices.

(Science)

Reasoning for food choices. (Science)

Use of mathematics in construction (Math)

Advanced Proficient Developing Inadequate Student developed a Student developed a Student developed a Student developed a food plan which food plan which has food plan that has food plan where would (in theory), one or two foods between 3 and 5 more than 5 foods allow an athlete to placed in a time foods placed in a were placed in a time compete to the best which would either time which would that would either not of his or her abilities. not benefit or harm either not benefit or benefit or harm the This is based off of the athletes harm the athletes athletes how efficient foods performance. performance. performance. are at providing energy before and after exercises. Student was able to Student was able to Student was unable The student either provide reasoning as provide reasoning to express how the couldnt explain their to why each food for why most foods foods make-up of choices or made was chosen. Students were chosen. protein, most of their choices should express how Student was able to carbohydrate, and based on false the foods make-up express how the lipid was taken into reasoning. of protein, foods make-up of account. The carbohydrate, and protein, student had more lipid was taken into carbohydrate, and trouble putting this account. lipid was taken into together in the big account. picture. Student clearly Student showed use Student showed Student showed little showed use of of mathematics in some use of or no use of mathematics in torch torch construction, mathematics in mathematics in torch construction, meeting most torch construction, construction. meeting all criteria criteria. meeting some Student met little to criteria. none of the criteria.

Points /10

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/10

Problem solving of Area/Volume (Math)

Content knowledge Questions (History)

Most calculations for volume of student torch are shown with some use of units, but all correct formula used. Proficiently demonstrated real time problem solving skills Student answered all Student answered fact-based trivia almost all fact-based questions correctly trivial questions correctly Student was able to provide rationale and at least one example to support their answer. Student presented his or her (hypothetical Olympic) experiences in relation to their values. Student demonstrated command over conventions of Standard American English and used Student was able to provide rationale and at least one example to support their answer. Student presented his or her (hypothetical Olympic) experience in relation to their values. Student may or may not have used Standard American English, and terminology may or may not

All calculations for volume of student torch are shown with correct use of units and formula. Exceptionally demonstrated real time problem solving skills.

Few calculations for volume of student torch are shown with no use of units. Some correct use of formula. Demonstrated some real time problem solving skills. Student answered some fact-based trivia questions correctly. Student was able to provide rationale for their answer.

No calculations for volume of student torch are shown. Little correct or no correct use of formula. Demonstrated little to no real time problem solving skills. Student answered no fact-based trivia questions correctly.

/10

/5

Comprehension Questions (History)

Student was unable to provide rationale for their answer.

/15

Victory Speech (English)

Student presented Student may or may his or her not have presented (hypothetical his or her Olympic) experience (hypothetical in relation to their Olympic) experience values. Student may in relation to their or may not have values. Student used Standard demonstrated American English, inappropriate and terminology vocabulary in relation may or may not to the topic and did

/20

terminology appropriate to the topic. Additionally student used previous knowledge learned during our unit such as: extemporaneous speaking skills, sincerity, on-topic ideas that flow from one to another, and brevity.

have been appropriate to the topic. Student may or may not have used previous skills or knowledge pertinent to our unit.

have been appropriate to the topic. Student did not use previous skills or knowledge pertinent to our unit.

not use appropriate information when performing their speech. It may or may not have missed allotted two minute mark.

Total: 80 points