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Year Three Moving Shadows

 

Teacher: Miss Fitt

Student Name:

Criteria

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Planned and Conducted an investigation which led to a conclusion

Creative and logical

Logical investigation which led to a solid

conclusion

Planned and Conducted an investigation which led

to a conclusion

Planned and Conducted

Poorly Planned and

investigation which led to a robust and detailed

an investigation which led to a conclusion which contained some

Conducted investigation which was not able to lead to a logical

 

conclusion

   

inconsistencies

conclusion

Created a written report outlining the investigation

Comprehensive report

which outlined in great detail and accuracy the investigation with

Comprehensive report which outlined accurately the investigation with some appendices

Created a written report outlining the investigation

Created a written report with some gaps outlining aspects of the

Created a written report with significant errors and was not able to outline

investigation

the investigation

appendices

 

Understood that earth’s rotation on its axis causes regular changes

Detailed understanding that earth’s rotation on its axis causes regular changes and is able to

Solid understanding that earth’s rotation on its axis causes regular changes and is able to apply this across some contexts

Understood that earth’s rotation on its axis causes regular changes

Some understanding that earth’s rotation on its axis causes regular changes

Little understanding that earth’s rotation on its axis causes regular changes

apply this across multiply

contexts

 

Cooperated as a team member

Highly effective team member who demonstrates strong work ethic

An effective team member who demonstrates strong work ethic

Cooperated as a team

Some difficulty working as

Inappropriate practice as a team member

member

a team member

Curricular Intentions:

Earth’s rotation on its axis causes regular changes, including night and day (ACSSU048)

With guidance, plan and conduct scientific investigations to find answers to questions, considering the safe use of appropriate materials and equipment (ACSIS054)

Achievement Standard:

By the end of Year 3, students use their understanding of the movement of Earth,

materials and the behaviour of heat

to suggest explanations for everyday observations

. They group living

things based on observable features and distinguish them from non-living things. They describe how they can use science investigations to respond to questions.

Students use their experiences to identify questions and make predictions about scientific investigations.

They follow procedures to collect and record observations and suggest possible

They follow procedures to collect and record observations and suggest possible

collect and record observations and suggest possible they use diagrams and other representations to communicate

they use diagrams and other representations to communicate their

reasons for their findings, based on patterns in their data.

reasons for their findings, based on patterns in their data.

ideas.

reasons for their findings, based on patterns in their data. ideas.

They describe how safety and fairness were considered and