Top Medical Discoveries Rubric

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Top Medical Discoveries Rubric
Medical Discovery
What is it?
Explains what the
discovery is/how it
works! Provides
accurate scientific
background
information
Explain the
process/event of
the discovery:
Was the discovery:
- Intentional or
accidental?
- Who is
credited for
the discovery
When did the
discovery occur?
Implications:
Describes how the
discovery influenced
the field of medicine
at the time it was
determined
Long-term effects:
How has the
discovery changed
medicine for the
long-term? Further
developments?
Demonstration
Bring an example of
the discovery or
patient testimony on
how the discovery
affected their life
Subtotal Points
0
Absent,
inaccurate;
multiple errors
demonstrate that
student did not
grasp purpose of
discovery
2
Inaccuracies
demonstrate
incomplete
understanding of
discovery
4
Minor inaccuracies
present that don’t
interfere with
overall
understanding of
discovery
6
Present, accurate; no
errors or omissions. Has
thorough understanding of
the discovery.
Total
__/6
Explanation is too
general, and/or
does not address
all requirements
and/or is
unsupported.
Student has
questionable
command of topic.
Explanation of
event/discovery is
incomplete or
lacking pertinent
detail.
Student has
moderate
command of topic
and relates the
event/ discovery
with all
requirements with
1 or 2
inaccuracies.
Student has perfect
command of topic and is
able to relate the
event/discovery, including
all requirements, without
error.
__/6
Student has
dubious
understanding of
the importance of
the discovery;
pertinent details
about discovery’s
impact on medical
field omitted
Connection to
Makes a weak
modern medical
connection of
treatments is
discovery to the
absent or
modern medical
incorrect, and/or
field; essential
lacks detail, and/or details omitted and
is unsupported
/ or all
requirements are
not treated.
Description
contains all
requirements but
is missing details;
demonstrates
moderate
understanding of
the importance of
the discovery
Contains all
requirements but
lacks details;
demonstrates
moderate
understanding of
the discovery’s
long-term impact
on the medical
field
Describes, in context, the
impact of the discovery on
medicine. Demonstrates
thorough understanding of
the importance of the
discovery.
__/6
Links discovery to later
events &
developments in
medicine. Includes
details & examples that
demonstrate a superior
understanding of the
discovery’s long-term
impact on the medical
field.
__/6
Description is too
general, and/or
does not address
all requirements,
and is
unsupported
Story omitted,
irrelevant to
discovery, or
unsupported with
a citation.
Story is included
and is relevant to
the discovery;
citation included.
___/2
______/26
Poster Format
Illustrations
0.5
Text
Absent or
irrelevant, “penciled
in”
Multiple
grammatical /
spelling errors, text
too small or sloppy
to read
Visually
appealing
Unorganized,
difficult to follow
Citations
1
1.5
Presentation has
three misspellings
and/or grammatical
errors.
Presentation has
no more than two
misspellings
and/or
grammatical
errors.
2
Total
Clear, colorful, appropriate
__/2
Visible (24 pt font or greater),
no grammatical/spelling errors
__/2
Colorful, neat, organized; story
of discovery understood just by
looking at poster
__/2
Key facts
footnoted, cited on
a separate sheet of
paper
__/1
Subtotal
Points
PRESENTATION
____/7
0.5
No organization of
information.
1
1.5
Eye Contact
Student reads all of
report with no eye
contact.
Time use
Time use well
beyond established
range (2 + minutes)
Student mumbles,
incorrectly
pronounces terms,
and speaks too
quietly for students
in the back of class
to hear.
Student
occasionally uses
eye contact, but still
reads most of
report.
Time use beyond
established range
(1 -2 minutes)
Student's voice is
low. Student
incorrectly
pronounces terms.
Audience members
have difficulty
hearing
presentation.
Student provides
citations for key
facts
Student maintains
eye contact most of
the time but
frequently returns to
notes.
Time use slightly
beyond established
range (0-1 minute)
Student's voice is
clear. Student
pronounces most
words correctly.
Most audience
members can hear
presentation.
Organization
Elocution
Sources
Student does not
provide citations for
key facts
2
Presents information in
logical sequence which
audience can follow.
Student maintains eye
contact with audience,
seldom returning to notes.
Total
__ /2
__ /2
Time use within established
range
__ /2
Student uses a clear voice
and correct, precise
pronunciation of terms so
that all audience members
can hear presentation.
__ /2
__ /1
Subtotal Points:
Total Points:
__/9
__ / 42
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