EarthKam Rubric

Challenge Problem: Exploring your EarthKam Photo and comparing it to a Google Photo of the same area on Earth?

 

A (4 points) B (3 points) C (2 points)
Page One Photos
  1. Catchy Project Title
  2. Neat Layout (No Blank Space)
  3. Three Clear, easily viewable photos
  4. Clear Labels and captions
Page One Photo
  1. Catchy Project Title
  2. Neat Layout (Some Blank Space)
  3. Two Clear, easily viewable photo
  4. Clear Labels

 

Page One Photo
  1. Project Title
  2. Neat Layout (large Blank Space)
  3. One Viewable photo
  4. Labels

 

 

Page Two Photos
  1. Catchy Project Title
  2. Neat Layout (No Blank Space)
  3. Two Clear, easily viewable photos of Target Sheet and and accepted photo request
  4. Clear Labels and captions

 

Page Two Photos
  1. Catchy Project Title
  2. Neat Layout (Some Blank Space)
  3. Clear, easily viewable photo of Target Sheet and and accepted photo request
  4. Labels

 

Page Two Photos
  1. Project Title
  2. Neat Layout (large Blank Space)
  3. Viewable photo of  Target Sheet and and accepted photo request

 

 

Page Three Photos

Comparison of your Photo and SATSIG Photo

  1. Catchy Project Title
  2. Neat Layout (No Blank Space)
  3. Two Clear, easily viewable photos of your picture from the EarthKAM and a photo from the SATSIG website with the same longitude / latitude settings
  4. Clear Labels and captions

 

 

Pages Three Photos

Comparison of your Photo and SATSIG Photo

 

  1. Catchy Project Title
  2. Neat Layout (No Blank Space)
  3. Viewable photos of your picture from the EarthKAM and a photo from the SATSIG website with the same longitude / latitude settings
  4. Labels

 

Pages Three Photos

Comparison of your Photo and SATSIG Photo

  1. Project Title
  2. Neat Layout (No Blank Space)
  3. A Photo of your picture from the EarthKAM or a photo from the SATSIG website with the same longitude / latitude settings

 

 

Pages 4-5

Photo Comparisons and Investigation

  1. Two well developed paragraphs; the first one being about the photo comparisons and the second one answering all questions asked about the particular area of Earth
  2. Citing clear and accurate evidence from the photos connecting  geographical features that show similarities and differences.
  3. Appropriate use of relevant science vocabulary terms: Biome, Population, Longitude, Latitude, Temperature Zone........
  4. Clear evidence of team collaboration, critical thinking, and communication

 

 

Extra Effort Point
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Extra Effort Point
  1. Not Available