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Craftsmanship
3D Cell Rubric
Cell Part
Understanding
Presentation
Advanced
(4 points)
Model is 3D
Model is creative
Shows effort
Model is neat
Model stays together and
is easy to move around
Highly accurate representation of
cell part
Cleary identifies the
function/importance of the part
All information is accurate
Size of cell part is accurate
relative to the class model
Solid understanding of
structure and the role it plays
in the cell
Provides many examples and
analogies to help others
understand about the part
Identifies whether or not part
is found in plant/animal cells
Presentation is highly entertaining
Presenters speak clearly and stay on
topic
Presenters connect with the audience
Presenters are well prepared and
enthusiastic
Presenters accurately answer
audience questions
Proficient
(3 points)
Model is 3D
Some creativity of
materials
Model is fairly neat
Shows good effort
Models stays together,
and can be move around
Accurate representation of cell
part
Identifies the
function/importance of cell
Most of the information is
accurate
Size of cell part is accurate
relative to the class model
Understands structure and the
role it plays in the cell
Can provide a few limited
examples or analogies to help
others better understand
Identifies whether or not part
is found in plant/animal cells
Basic
(2 points)
Model is 3D
Little creativity of
materials
Model shows some
neatness
Shows some effort
Model doesn’t always stay
together
Difficult to transport
Model is 2D/1D
Very little creativity
Model is not neat
Shows little effort
Model falls apart when
moved around
Fairly accurate representation of
cell part
Partially identifies either
function or importance of part
Some information is accurate
Size of cell part is somewhat
accurate relative to the class
model
Basic understanding of
structure and role it plays in
the cell
Has difficulty explaining part
to others
Identifies whether or not part
is found in plant/animal cells
Inaccurate or misleading
representation of cell part
Does not identify the function
and importance of the part
Not all information is accurate
Size of cell part is not accurate
relative to the class model
Inaccurate/limited
understanding of structure and
role it plays
Unable to explain part to
others
Fails to or inaccurately
identifies whether or not part
is found in plant/animal cells
Presentation is somewhat entertaining
Presenters speak clearly and mostly
stay on topic
Presenters attempt to connect with
audience
Presenters are prepared and
somewhat enthusiastic
Presenters attempt to accurately
answer audience questions
Presentation is boring
The presenters are hard to
follow/understand at times
Presenters make few attempts to
connect with the audience
Presenters are unprepared or
enthusiastic
Presenters are unable to answer
audience questions
Presentation is boring
Presenters are hard to understand
and they do not stay on topic
Presenters do not connect with
audience
Presenters are unprepared and
unenthusiastic
Presenters inaccurately answer
audience questions
Minimal
(1 point)
Animal Cell Parts:
 Nucleus (DNA)
 Cell Membrane
 Cytoplasm
 Mitochondria
 Endoplasmic reticulum
 Ribosomes
 Golgi apparatus
 Vacuole
 Lysosome
Plant Cell Parts:
 Nucleus (DNA)
 Cell Wall
 Cell Membrane
 Cytoplasm
 Mitochondria
 Endoplasmic reticulum
 Ribosomes
 Golfgi apparatus
 Vacuole
 Lysosome
 Chloroplasts