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ACTIVITIES LINKING SCIENCE WITH MATH, 5–8 45 4 ACTIVITY The Tower Challenge 4. Were students able to explain similarities and differences between real towers and their own paper towers? 1 Sample rubric using these assessment options Achievement Level Developing 1 Proficient 2 Exemplary 3 Were students actively involved in building and analyzing the design of free-standing paper towers? Only marginally involved with tower design, construction, and analysis Appropriately and significantly involved in tower design, construction, and analysis Took a leadership role in tower design, construction, and analysis Were students able to recognize geometric shapes in their tower designs?
Students may gain access through computers in your classroom, the school computer lab, the school library, a public library, at home, or at the home of a friend, neighbor, or family member. An internet connection must be made available to all class members. If computer access is limited, let students work on the 28 NATIONAL SCIENCE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION GENERAL SCIENCE project in groups, and/or carry out this activity on a contractual basis. That is, all students or groups won’t be working on this activity at the same time; you can spread the assignment over a week, a month, or the entire semester.
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