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Intel® Teach Program
Designing Effective Projects
Small, Smaller, Smallest
Timeline Project
Your assignment is to describe theories about the structure of the atom (one theory for
each group member) in a timeline. Although the timeline is composed of individual pieces,
the project should have a unified theme and appearance. Your timeline should show:

The most critical components of each theory

How each theory built on, added to, and conflicted with other theories

The processes used to develop the theories
Project Process
Create a project plan.
Complete a timeline draft.
Get peer feedback.
Revise and finalize.
Share.
Reflect.
Project Rubric
Refer to this rubric to make sure you have included all the project requirements and created
a high-quality project.
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Project Requirements
We thoroughly
addressed all the project
requirements:
We addressed all the
project requirements.
We addressed some of
the project
requirements in
superficial ways.
We did not address
some of the project
requirements.
Our explanations are
scientifically accurate,
and we use science
terms correctly.
Our explanations have
minor errors in
scientific
understanding, and we
usually use science
terms correctly.
Our explanations are
scientifically
inaccurate, and we do
not use correct science
vocabulary.
 Critical components of
theories
 Connections among
theories
 Scientific processes
Science Concepts
Our explanations show
that we have a deep
understanding of science
concepts that we can
apply to new situations.
We use the correct
scientific terminology
throughout the project.
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Intel® Teach Program
Designing Effective Projects
Coherence
Our timeline has a
conceptual theme and
appearance that is
reinforced through every
part of the project.
Our timeline has a
unified theme and
appearance.
Our timeline has
mostly superficial
unifying features.
Our timeline looks like
three separate
projects.
Our group works well
together. We divide
the work fairly and
help each other when
necessary.
Our group has a few
problems. Some group
members are not
accepted or do not do
their fair share of the
work.
Our group is
dysfunctional. We do
not try to reach
consensus and the
work is very unevenly
distributed.
Our work has
interesting features
that engage viewers
and reinforce our
timeline’s theme.
Our work attempts to
include interesting
features, but the
features mostly
distract from our
timeline’s content.
Our work is
predictable, makes no
attempt to engage
viewers, and appears
to be aimed at meeting
the minimum
standards for the
project.
We use appropriate
technology effectively
to communicate with
our viewers.
Our use of technology
is predictable and
sometimes ineffective
in communicating our
content.
Our use of technology
is distracting and
ineffective at
communicating our
content.
Our timeline is free of
distracting mechanical
and technical errors.
We use our own words
and cite our sources.
Our timeline has a few
distracting mechanical
or technical errors.
Some of our work
seems to be copied
from sources that we
do not always cite.
Our timeline has
numerous distracting
errors and does not
appear to be in our
own words. We do not
cite our sources.
Collaboration
Our group works well
together as a team. We
invite input from all
members, divide work
fairly to take advantage
of each other’s
strengths, and support
each other whenever
possible.
Creativity
Our work has surprising
and interesting features
that engage viewers and
communicate our
timeline’s content and
theme.
Technology
We use appropriate
technology in creative
and efficient ways to
communicate our
content and enhance our
viewers’ experience.
Form and Appearance
Our timeline is attractive
and free of mechanical
and technical errors. We
use our own words and
cite our sources.
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