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3MT COMPETITION GRADING RUBRIC

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3MT COMPETITION GRADING RUBRIC
Presenter Name:
Score:
SECTIONS
Title and
Introduction
10 points
Methods
10 points
Results
10 points
Discussion
10 points
Overall
10 points
Title consists of a project title,
group name, date, tutor`s name, and
tutorial section.
The hypothesis is clearly stated.
Background (research) information
is included that clarifies the reason
for research.
Describe how the experiment was
conducted.
Data is presented in a wellorganized and easy to read table or
figure. Statistical test results are
provided. Results are discussed in
terms of supporting or not
supporting any differences seen
between means. Observations
should be used to support findings.
Hypothesis is restated and
conclusion is based on data
supporting or not supporting
hypothesis. Future studies or
student thoughts should be
included.
Maintained eye contact with the
audience. Spoke clearly and kept
within the time limits. Effectively
answered questions. Presentation
interesting. Used at least two
citations properly.
Comments:
(50 pts total)
POINT BREAKDOWN
10
All information
included. Enough
background info
provided to establish
the importance of
work.
5
Most of the
information
included. Only
some background
info provided.
1
Little or no
required
information or
background
included.
10
All information
included. Enough
background info
provided to allow a
replication of the
work.
15
Data display is
summarized clearly.
Statistical test results
are correctly
provided.
Interpretation of
results is clear and
correctly interpreted.
Observations are
used to support
findings.
10
The hypothesis is
addressed and
accepted or rejected
based on the data.
The student presents
final thoughts.
5
Most of the
information
included. Only a
list of the methods
provided.
1
Little or no
required
information or
background
included.
8
Data display
somewhat
confusing to
understand.
Statistical test was
not correctly
performed or
explained. No
adequate
explanation of
results.
5
A conclusion is
given, but is not
supported by data.
There are no final
thoughts
presented.
3
Data display is
missing key
elements and is
confusing.
Statistical test
results or
explanation.
Very little
interpretation of
results.
10
Information
presented well.
Student well
prepared.
5
Slight
disorganization.
Presentation fairly
easy to follow.
1
Conclusion has
little or nothing
to do with the
initial hypothesis
and there is no
evidence reported
to support the
conclusion.
1
Little to no
preparation.
Unable to follow
presentation.
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