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Lab Report Rubric (Assessment Form

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Laboratory: HIGHWAY LABORATORY
ENGINEERING
Subject Code: BFC

Faculty of Civil and Environmental
EngineeringUniversitiTun Hussein Onn Malaysia

Criteria

1

Experiment Title : AGGREGATE IMPACT VALUE

2

3

4

5

SCR

WT

TSCR (%)

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

4

0

4

0

4

0

 Showed interest, used time very
well, guide other students and very
focused on experiment

1

0

 Student can explain the results of
the experiment in detail and the ways
in which they relate to the research
focus. The student can also evaluate
the significance of the experiment to
the real situation

3

0

Attendance
&Dicipline

Student in laboratory more
than 1 hour late

 Student in laboratory within
30 minutes to 1 hour late

 Student in laboratory within 10
to 30 minutes late

 Student in laboratory just
before laboratory start

 Student in laboratory 10 minutes
earlier

Aim / Purpose

Purpose is not identified
Relevant variables are not
described

 Purpose is somewhat vague
 Relevant variables are not
described

 Purpose is identified
 Relevant variables are
described

 Purpose is clearly identified
 Relevant variables are described

Materials
(optional)

 There is not a list of the
necessary lab materials

 Most lab materials included

 All necessary lab materials
included and listed

 All necessary lab materials included
and listed in an organized manner

Procedure
(optional)

 Procedures are not listed

 Procedures are listed but not
in clear steps

 Purpose is identified
 Relevant variables are
described in somewhat unclear
manner
 All necessary lab materials
included but not listed in any
particular order
 Procedures are listed in clear
steps but not numbered and/or
in complete sentences

 Procedures are listed in clear
steps
 Each step is numbered and in
a complete sentence

 Data lacks precision
 Greater than 20% difference
with accepted values

 Good representation of the
data using tables and/or graphs
 Less than 15% difference with
accepted values
 Precision is acceptable

 Accurate representation of the
data using tables and/or graphs
 Data is fairly precise
 Less than 10% difference with
accepted values

 Trends / patterns are not
analyzed
 Answers to questions are
incomplete
 Analysis is inconsistent
 A statement of the results is
incomplete with little reflection
on the lab

 Trends / patterns are logically
analyzed for the most part
 Questions are answered in
complete sentences
 Analysis is general
A statement of the results of
the lab indicates whether
results support the hypothesis

 Did the job but did not appear
to be very interested. Focus lost
on several occasion

 Trends / patterns are logically
analyzed
 Questions are answered in
complete sentences
 Analysis is thoughtful
 Accurate statement of the
results of the lab indicates
whether results support the
hypothesis
 Possible sources of error
identified
 Used time pretty well. Stayed
focused on the experiment most
of the time

 Procedures are listed in clear steps
 Each step is numbered and in a
complete sentence
 Diagrams are included to describe
the set-up
 Accurate representation of the data
using tables and/or graphs
Graphs and tables are labeled and
titled
 Data is precise with less than 5%
difference with accepted values
 Trends / patterns are logically
analyzed
 Questions are answered thoroughly
and in complete sentences
 Analysis is insightful
 Accurate statement of the results of
lab indicates whether results support
hypothesis
 Possible sources of error and what
was learned from the lab discussed

Data

Analysis /
Result

Discussion

 Data is not represented or is
not accurate

 Trends / patterns are not
analyzed
 Questions are not answered
 Analysis is not relevant
 No disussion was included or
shows little effort and reflection
on the lab

Participation
(during
experiment)

Student was hostile about
participating

 Participation was minimal

Interview (for
short reports)

Student cannot answer
questions about the experiment

 Student can answer some
questions about the experiment

NAME OF LECTURER :

 Student can answer questions
about the experiment and
begins to make connections
between the experiment and its
applications

Student can explain the results
of the experiment in detail and
the ways in which they relate to
the research focus

SIGNATURE :

DATE :

TOTAL SCORE :

0

Focus lost on several occasion  Trends / patterns are logically analyzed  Questions are answered in complete sentences  Analysis is thoughtful  Accurate statement of the results of the lab indicates whether results support the hypothesis  Possible sources of error identified  Used time pretty well. guide other students and very focused on experiment 1 0  Student can explain the results of the experiment in detail and the ways in which they relate to the research focus. Stayed focused on the experiment most of the time  Procedures are listed in clear steps  Each step is numbered and in a complete sentence  Diagrams are included to describe the set-up  Accurate representation of the data using tables and/or graphs Graphs and tables are labeled and titled  Data is precise with less than 5% difference with accepted values  Trends / patterns are logically analyzed  Questions are answered thoroughly and in complete sentences  Analysis is insightful  Accurate statement of the results of lab indicates whether results support hypothesis  Possible sources of error and what was learned from the lab discussed Data Analysis / Result Discussion  Data is not represented or is not accurate  Trends / patterns are not analyzed  Questions are not answered  Analysis is not relevant  No disussion was included or shows little effort and reflection on the lab Participation (during experiment) Student was hostile about participating  Participation was minimal Interview (for short reports) Student cannot answer questions about the experiment  Student can answer some questions about the experiment NAME OF LECTURER :  Student can answer questions about the experiment and begins to make connections between the experiment and its applications Student can explain the results of the experiment in detail and the ways in which they relate to the research focus SIGNATURE : DATE : TOTAL SCORE : 0 .Note : SCR = SCORE. The student can also evaluate the significance of the experiment to the real situation 3 0 Attendance &Dicipline Student in laboratory more than 1 hour late  Student in laboratory within 30 minutes to 1 hour late  Student in laboratory within 10 to 30 minutes late  Student in laboratory just before laboratory start  Student in laboratory 10 minutes earlier Aim / Purpose Purpose is not identified Relevant variables are not described  Purpose is somewhat vague  Relevant variables are not described  Purpose is identified  Relevant variables are described  Purpose is clearly identified  Relevant variables are described Materials (optional)  There is not a list of the necessary lab materials  Most lab materials included  All necessary lab materials included and listed  All necessary lab materials included and listed in an organized manner Procedure (optional)  Procedures are not listed  Procedures are listed but not in clear steps  Purpose is identified  Relevant variables are described in somewhat unclear manner  All necessary lab materials included but not listed in any particular order  Procedures are listed in clear steps but not numbered and/or in complete sentences  Procedures are listed in clear steps  Each step is numbered and in a complete sentence  Data lacks precision  Greater than 20% difference with accepted values  Good representation of the data using tables and/or graphs  Less than 15% difference with accepted values  Precision is acceptable  Accurate representation of the data using tables and/or graphs  Data is fairly precise  Less than 10% difference with accepted values  Trends / patterns are not analyzed  Answers to questions are incomplete  Analysis is inconsistent  A statement of the results is incomplete with little reflection on the lab  Trends / patterns are logically analyzed for the most part  Questions are answered in complete sentences  Analysis is general A statement of the results of the lab indicates whether results support the hypothesis  Did the job but did not appear to be very interested. used time very well. TSCR = TOTAL SCORE Lab Report Rubric (Assessment Form) Laboratory:Geotechnic Laboratory Subject Code: BFC31901 Faculty of Civil and Environmental EngineeringUniversitiTun Hussein Onn Malaysia Criteria 1 Experiment Title : Core Cutter Test 2 3 4 5 SCR WT TSCR (%) 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 4 0 4 0 4 0  Showed interest. WT = WEIGHTAGE.

WT = WEIGHTAGE. TSCR = TOTAL SCORE .Note : SCR = SCORE.