Rubrics for Multiple Intelligences Lesson Plans

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How would you best describe a rubric?

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1.

In a Chemical Reaction Unit Plan, you incorporate an experiment, informative writing, and a game.

All of the following learning styles are met EXCEPT?

2. You want to create a rubric to assess your students' abilities to apply the scientific method in every experiment. Which type should you use?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

In this quiz and worksheet, you'll find a series of multiple-choice questions created to test your knowledge of rubrics for multiple intelligences lesson plans. When you take this quiz, you'll be asked about how to describe a rubric and to identify the kind of rubric being used in an example situation.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Our quiz provides you with an easy way to see if you understand:

  • How to best describe a rubric
  • What learning styles are met when incorporating a game, an experiment and informative writing in a lesson plan
  • Which type of rubric you should use to assess how well your students can apply the scientific method in every experiment
  • The benefits of sharing rubrics with students ahead of time
  • What kind of rubric contains criteria scored as either excellent, good, satisfactory or needs improvement

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the type of rubric you should use to test your students ability to apply the scientific method in every experiment
  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding the benefits of sharing rubrics with students and interpret it correctly
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about the learning styles met when using a game, informative writing and an experiment in a lesson plan

Additional Learning

Our concise lesson called Rubrics for Multiple Intelligences Lesson Plans will outline these topics in further detail for you to study at your convenience. After working through this lesson, you should be ready to:

  • Identify the multiple intelligences
  • Outline the components that should be present in assessments for multiple intelligences
  • Explain if it's possible to include all the multiple intelligences in one activity
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