Your work will be assessed for MYP Science Criteria A (One World) and B (Communication).
Criterion A Score: _ Criterion B Score: _
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MYP Rubrics: Science
Achievement Level
Criterion A: One World
Achievement Level
Criterion B: Communication in science
0
The student does not reach a standard described by any of the descriptors below.
0
The student does not reach a standard described by any of the descriptors below.
1 – 2
The student describes how their genetic disease/syndrome occurred. The student states two of the benefits or limitations of how science is used to identify the genetic condition or treat/prevent the condition using gene therapy or genetic engineering.
1 – 2
The student attempts to communicate scientific information using some scientific language specific to their genetic disease/syndrome. The student presents some of the information in an appropriate form using some visual representation when appropriate. The student uses correct citation of 1 source. The student attempts to acknowledge sources of information but this is inaccurate.
3 – 4
The student describes how their genetic disease/syndrome occurred. The student describes two of the benefits and one limitation of how science is used to identify the genetic condition or treat/prevent the condition using gene therapy or genetic engineering, etc. The student describes how the application of science to the genetic condition affects, or is affected by, at least one of the following factors: social, economic, cultural and ethical.
3 – 4
The student communicates scientific information using scientific language specific to their genetic disease/syndrome. The student presents most of the information appropriately using visual representation according to the task. The student uses correct citation of 3 sources. The student acknowledges sources of information with no more than one error or omission in the MLA citations.
5 – 6
The student explains how their genetic disease/syndrome occurred. The student describes two of the benefits and two limitations of how science is used to identify the genetic condition or treat/prevent the condition using gene therapy or genetic engineering, etc. The student describes how the application of science to the genetic condition affects, or is affected by, at least two of the following factors: social, economic, cultural and ethical.
5 – 6
The student communicates scientific information effectively using scientific language correctly specific to their genetic disease/syndrome. The student presents all the information appropriately using visual representation accurately according to the task. The student uses correct citation of 5 sources. The student acknowledges sources of information appropriately with no errors using MLA citations.