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         2019 Plant Rubric -Living Wreath

Plant information

NOTE: All entries will be marked by the rubric.


“Living Wreath” Plant Rubric – 2019      Judging Criteria


                Name:                                                                                                                                         Room:

Category

Novice

Practitioner

Advanced

What is in my plant?

  • States what kind of plant/s are/have being grown from seed.

  • States what kind of plant/s  are/have  been grown and describes the plants and how they grow from seed.

  • Explains the plants with labelled diagrams and pictures and or photographs of the plants and how they have grown from seed.

Living plants

  • Gives some information about the steps taken to care for the plants.

  • Records information about the steps taken in caring for the plants, providing graphs, photos or a diary recording process.

  • Records detailed information about the steps taken in caring for the plants, proving photos, or a diary recording process.

Wreath 

50cmx50cm or smaller)

Must not weigh over 10kg

  • Provides a container that meets the size and weight requirements and is in a circular shape

  • Provides a container in which to house the plant, which is appropriate.

  • Shows some creative ability.

  • Provides a container in which to house the plant, which is appropriate to the plant. 

  • Shows some creative ability in providing a pot that is reflective of the plant being grown.

Theme of wreath is present and documented

  • Lists materials used 

  • Lists construction techniques used 


  • Lists materials used and how they have been changed or adapted.

  • Documents  construction techniques used 

  • Photographs, diagrams and written evidence is provided to support how materials have been changed and adapted to be up-cycled.

  • Documents  construction techniques used and these reflect the wreath theme.

Overall Presentation

  • Limited evidence of detail/design in the plant and container.

  • Photographs, diagrams and written evidence is provided to support how the plant was grown

  • Some effort is evident in the presentation of the plant and container.

  • Effort has been made to try to use the correct spelling, punctuation and grammar

  • Photographs, diagrams and written evidence is provided to support how the plant and container was developed.

  • The plant and container is presented in a novel way that is eye catching.

  • Spelling, punctuation and grammar are correct.