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<p>Rubric for Comic Strip</p> <p>Phase Change Comic Strip</p> <p>Due Tuesday, January 31st </p> <p>Create a comic strip that depicts water changing to and from all states of matter (listed below). Your comic strip should show what causes each phase change, what the process is called (freezing, boiling/evaporation, melting, condensing), and the molecular change(s) that are occurring. You can either incorporate the information in the thought bubbles or underneath in the story board description.</p> <p> Gas- Liquid</p> <p> Liquid- Gas</p> <p> Solid- Liquid</p> <p> Liquid-Solid</p> <p>(You do not need to do solid-gas, or sublimation)</p> <p>You may use any of the following for your comic strip. Any other ideas need to be approved my Ms. Hilgefort. Directions on how to turn them in are to the right.</p> <p>Options</p> <p>How to Turn in (by Tuesday)</p> <p>Comic Strip (hard copy). Drawings and word bubbles be neat and colored.</p> <p>Turn in paper to Ms. Hilgefort by Tuesday, January 31st in class. </p> <p>Toon-Doo: Fastest Way to Create Comic Strips &amp; Cartoons</p> <p>http://www.toondoo.com/</p> <p>*If you need more panels, create 2 pages.</p> <p>Go to left hand corner where it says Toon-Doo Start Here. Select Save As. Choose Share with a Friend and type in Ms. Hilgeforts email hilgefort@fultonschools.org or email the link. Make sure your username contains your name OR your name is somewhere in the comic. </p> <p>Pixton: Create Real Comic Layouts</p> <p>https://www.pixton.com/</p> <p>Email the link to Ms. Hilgefort at hilgefort@fultonschools.org. Make sure your username contains your name OR your name is somewhere in the comic. </p> <p>Pow-Toon: Create animated videos &amp; presentations.</p> <p>https://www.powtoon.com/ </p> <p>Upload to your pow-toons. Then, press the email picture underneath the Share to Awesomeness. Send to hilgefort@fultonschools.org </p> <p>Rubric for Phases Change Comic Strip</p> <p>4</p> <p>3</p> <p>2</p> <p>1</p> <p>Creativity </p> <p>The pictures and captions reflect an exceptional degree of student creativity. There is great attention to detail. </p> <p>All but 1 of the pictures and captions reflect an exceptional degree of student creativity.</p> <p>All but 2 of the pictures and captions reflect an exceptional degree of student creativity. </p> <p>More than 2 of the pictures and captions reflect little degree of student creativity. </p> <p>Solid to Liquid</p> <p>Panel(s) displays all of the following</p> <p>1. The cause of the phase change</p> <p>2. what the process is called</p> <p>3. How the molecules are changing (structure &amp; movement)</p> <p>Panel(s) only displays two of the following requirements:</p> <p>1. The cause of the phase change</p> <p>2. what the process is called</p> <p>3. How the molecules are changing (structure &amp; movement)</p> <p>Panel(s) only displays one of the following requirements:</p> <p>1. The cause of the phase change</p> <p>2. what the process is called</p> <p>3. How the molecules are changing (structure &amp; movement)</p> <p>Panel(s) does not display any following requirements:</p> <p>1. The cause of the phase change</p> <p>2. what the process is called</p> <p>3. How the molecules are changing (structure &amp; movement)</p> <p>Liquid to Gas</p> <p>Panel(s) displays all of the following</p> <p>1. The cause of the phase change</p> <p>2. what the process is called</p> <p>3. How the molecules are changing (structure &amp; movement)</p> <p>Panel(s) only displays two of the following requirements:</p> <p>1. The cause of the phase change</p> <p>2. what the process is called</p> <p>3. How the molecules are changing (structure &amp; movement)</p> <p>Panel(s) only displays one of the following requirements:</p> <p>1. The cause of the phase change</p> <p>2. what the process is called</p> <p>3. How the molecules are changing (structure &amp; movement)</p> <p>Panel(s) does not display any following requirements:</p> <p>1. The cause of the phase change</p> <p>2. what the process is called</p> <p>3. How the molecules are changing (structure &amp; movement)</p> <p>Gas to Liquid </p> <p>Panel(s) displays all of the following</p> <p>1. The cause of the phase change</p> <p>2. what the process is called</p> <p>3. How the molecules are changing (structure &amp; movement)</p> <p>Panel(s) only displays two of the following requirements:</p> <p>1. The cause of the phase change</p> <p>2. what the process is called</p> <p>3. How the molecules are changing (structure &amp; movement)</p> <p>Panel(s) only displays one of the following requirements:</p> <p>1. The cause of the phase change</p> <p>2. what the process is called</p> <p>3. How the molecules are changing (structure &amp; movement)</p> <p>Panel(s) does not display any following requirements:</p> <p>1. The cause of the phase change</p> <p>2. what the process is called</p> <p>3. How the molecules are changing (structure &amp; movement)</p> <p>Liquid to Solid</p> <p>Panel(s) displays all of the following</p> <p>1. The cause of the phase change</p> <p>2. what the process is called</p> <p>3. How the molecules are changing (structure &amp; movement)</p> <p>Panel(s) only displays two of the following requirements:</p> <p>1. The cause of the phase change</p> <p>2. what the process is called</p> <p>3. How the molecules are changing (structure &amp; movement)</p> <p>Panel(s) only displays one of the following requirements:</p> <p>1. The cause of the phase change</p> <p>2. what the process is called</p> <p>3. How the molecules are changing (structure &amp; movement)</p> <p>Panel(s) does not display any following requirements:</p> <p>1. The cause of the phase change</p> <p>2. what the process is called</p> <p>3. How the molecules are changing (structure &amp; movement)</p> <p>Number of Items</p> <p>The comic has at least 4 panels.</p> <p>The comic has 3 panels.</p> <p>The comic has 2 panels.</p> <p>The comic has 1 or less.</p> <p>Time and Effort</p> <p>Class time was used wisely. Much time and effort went into the planning and design of the comic.</p> <p>Class time was used wisely, however the student could have put in more time and effort into the planning.</p> <p>Class time was used wisely, however the student could have put more time and effort into the design.</p> <p>Class time was not used wisely.</p> <p>Grade Scale</p> <p>25-28=A</p> <p>28=100% </p> <p>27=97% </p> <p>26=93% </p> <p>25=90% </p> <p>22-24=B</p> <p>24=87% </p> <p>23=83% </p> <p>22=80% </p> <p>21-19=C</p> <p>21=77% </p> <p>20=73% </p> <p>19=70% </p> <p>18-0=UNACCEPTABLE</p> <p>Needs to re-do assignment.</p> <p>Student Score: _________</p>

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