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Institute for Systems Biology & Bellevue School District Halo Graph and Conclusion Grader

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Graph Grader 1 value point for each of the following criteria: Graph has an appropriate TITLE Graph has an X and Y AXIS Graph has appropriate INTERVALS (.1,.2,.3, etc) Graph has necessary LABELS (x and y axes are labeled-units, what is being measured) Graph has appropriate SPACING (same distance between.1 and.2, etc) Data points are connected by a line

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Conclusion Grader 1 value point for each of the following criteria: Restates the hypothesis and answers the investigative question Describing the trend in the data References the high data point(s) References the low data point(s) Connects the results to observations about halo growth in the Great Salt Lake (north arm is saltier, saltier=more halo)

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Grading-Graph 6 value points= Exceeds Standard (ES) 5 value points= Meets Standard (MS) 4,3 value points Approaches Standard (AS) 2,1 value points= Below Standard (BS) Grading-Conclusion 5 value points= ES 4,3 value points= MS 2 value points= AS 1 value point= BS

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