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- Fantastic animals as an experimental model to teach animal adaptation

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Rubric to judge the student's work.

Level 1
Level 2
Level 3

EXCELLENT/VERY GOOD
GOOD/PASS
FAIL
Presence of adaption requirements to the environment
Adaptations are coherent and described in a detailed way. The fantastic animal shows almost all the adaptive elements to survive and complete the life cycle
The fantastic animal shows a sufficient amount of adaptive elements to complete its life cycle, even if it is not described in a detailed way
The fantastic animal shows no or only few adaptive elements, those present not always being coherent
Completeness respect to the task requests
All animal characteristics are considered, the description is complete and coherent
Only some animal characteristics are considered, the description is superficial
Only few animal characteristics are considered, the description is incomplete or incorrect
Coherence between drawing and description
The drawing is rich of details and reflects the animal description
The drawing has few details and reflects only partially the animal description
The drawing does not reflect the animal description or is absent
Coherence among information
Information is coherent with the animal and environment descriptions
Information is quite coherent with the animal and environment descriptions
Information is not or not very coherent with the animal and environment descriptions

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