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Recycled Garden Rubric – 2018 Judging Criteria


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Category

Novice

Practitioner

Advanced

What is in my garden?

(Knowledge)

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

  • States what kind of plant/s  has/ have being grown and describes the plants and how they grow.

  • Explains the plants with labelled diagrams and pictures and or photographs of the plants and how they grow.

  • Living plants

    (Evidence)

    • 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.


  • Upcycled Garden

    (Creativity)

    • Part of the garden is recycled (not plants)

  • Creates a garden using a small variety of  recycled materials.

  • Some plants in the garden have been grown.

  • Shows some creative ability.

  • Creates a garden using a variety of recycled materials.

  • Shows creative ability in providing a garden that includes a variety of colours and textures.

  • Incorporates a number of plants that have been grown into the garden.

  • Recycled- the meaning of the word recycled  is understood and shown in the final product

    (Shape)

    • Design depicts a small scale garden that incorporates a recycled element

    • Lists steps taken to make the garden.


  • Design depicts a small scale garden that incorporates a recycled element

  • Documents  construction techniques used.

  • Photographs, diagrams and written evidence is provided to support how materials have been used, adapted, modified to make the recycled garden.

  • Documents and photographs construction techniques used.

  • Overall Presentation

    (Presentation)

    • Limited evidence of detail/design in the recycled garden.

  • Photographs, diagrams and written evidence is provided to support how the plant/plants were grown.

  • Some effort is evident in the presentation of the recycled  garden.

  • 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 garden was developed.

  • The recycled garden is presented in a novel way that is eye catching.

  • Spelling, punctuation and grammar are correct.

  • NOTE: All entries will be marked by the rubric.

    Scroll down to see examples of recycled gardens.