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Informal (Common) Lab Report Rubric


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Format CompleteAll sections of lab report present:  Heading, Purpose, Observations, Data, Questions/Conclusion 80% of items attempted.At least 50% of the items attempted.Less than 50% of all items attempted.
Prelab QuestionsAll prelab questions answered correctlyAll prelab questions answered, though not all correctly.75% prelab questions answered, all correctly.<75% prelab questions answered, not all correctly.
Observation PresentationObservations complete, accurate, not excessively wordy.Observations excessively wordy.Observations incompleteObservations missing.
Data PresentationAppropriate presentation of DATA including graph(s), chart(s), etc. Values labeled. Tables and graphs are labeled properlyData organized, some numbers not labeled, portions of tables/graphs not labeled.Data disorganized,  some numbers not labeled, portions of tables/graphs not labeled.Data disorganized, numbers not labeled, tables/graphs not labeled.
Calculation PresentationAll calculations are properly set up and labeled.  Shows complete understanding of the questions, mathematical ideas, and processes.Shows substantial understanding of the problem, ideas, and processes.Response shows some understanding of the problem.Response shows a complete lack of understanding for the problem.
Conclusions / QuestionsClear and concise CONCLUSIONS. Conclusion addresses problem and states knowledge gained. Answers to all QUESTIONS. Conclusion begins to address problem, doesn't state knowledge gained.  Attempts to answer all questionsConclusion doesn't address problem, doesn't state knowledge gained.  Attempts to answer all questions.Conclusion doesn't address problem, doesn't state knowledge gained.  All questions not answered.
LegibilityLegible handwriting, typing, or printing. Marginally legible handwriting, typing, or printing.Writing is not legible.

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RAA  9/10/06  GHS Science