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Name(s):______________________________

Developing
Science 10

D-

Growing
D

G-

G
G+

Outcome
CR1 Experience a
variety of chemical
reactions, including
the role of energy
changes.

Student has rarely


demonstrated the criteria for
achieving this outcome,
group of outcomes, or
learning area

Proficient
PP

Student has inconsistently


demonstrated the criteria for
achieving this outcome, group
of outcomes, or learning area

Exceptional
EE

P+

E+

Student has consistently


demonstrated the criteria for
achieving this outcome, group
of outcomes, or learning area

Student has shown their


understanding of this
outcome, group of
outcomes, or learning area
in novel situations or at a
level of thinking beyond
what is expected by the
defined criteria.

-Student clarifies and presents


a historical understanding
where its impact on chemistry
is explained in a clear manner.
-Student composes thoughtful
research.
-Student summarizes research
in a well-balanced, organized
way that shows a proficient
understanding of the topic.
-Student uses several reliable
resources and presents
information found in a clear and
organized manner.
-Student uses sources to make
thoughtful analysis of how
chemistry influenced society at
the time. A complete analysis
is evident.

-Student clarifies and


presents a historical
understanding where its
impact on chemistry is
explained in an
exceptionally clear manner.
-Student composes wellfocused research.
-Student summarizes
research in a well-balanced,
organized way that shows a
high degree of
understanding of the topic.
-Student uses a variety of
reliable resources and
presents information found in
a clear, balanced, and focused
manner.
-Student uses sources to
make high-level
predictions regarding how
chemistry influenced society
at the time. A complete and
thorough analysis is evident.
-Student creates or designs an
exceptional and innovative
product.

Indicators
b. Relate historical
understanding of
the transformation
of matter to the
desire to
understand and
control nature and
to create new
products and
processes to
benefit society.

c. Research the
ways in which
people from
various times and
cultures, including
First Nations and
Mtis, have
applied their
understanding of
the transformation
of materials to
make new

-Student presents a historical


understanding where its
impact on chemistry may not
be explained.
-Student composes research
that is not very well thought
out.
-Student summarizes research
in a way which shows a
limited understanding of
the topic.
-Student uses a limited
number of resources and
presents information found.
-Student does not use
sources to make a thoughtful
analysis of how chemistry
influenced society at the time.
A complete analysis is not
evident.

substances.
ACHIEVEMENT:___________________