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Science
Year 10
Above satisfactory
Bouncing balls
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Annotation 1
Uses detailed scientific and mathematical reasoning to support hypothesis 2 Annotation 2
Describes experimental method in form of a report
Uses detailed scientific and mathematical reasoning to support hypothesis 2 Annotation 2
Describes experimental method in form of a report

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1
Annotation 1
Uses detailed scientific and mathematical reasoning to support hypothesis 
2
Annotation 2
Describes experimental method in form of a report
1
Annotation 1
Presents measured data in table 2 Annotation 2
Calculates energy efficiency from slope of line of best fit
Presents measured data in table 2 Annotation 2
Calculates energy efficiency from slope of line of best fit

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1
Annotation 1
Presents measured data in table 
2
Annotation 2
Calculates energy efficiency from slope of line of best fit
1
Annotation 1
Displays results in scatter plot, includes line of best fit 2 Annotation 2
Displays line equation and quality of fit parameter
Displays results in scatter plot, includes line of best fit 2 Annotation 2
Displays line equation and quality of fit parameter

Annotations

1
Annotation 1
Displays results in scatter plot, includes line of best fit 
2
Annotation 2
Displays line equation and quality of fit parameter
1
Annotation 1
Explains in detail energy transformations that occur during a ball's drop and bounce cycle, implies that energy is conserved during the process 2 Annotation 2
States mathematical equations for primary forms of energy involved, includes units of physical quantities and numerical values of constants 3 Annotation 3
Applies concept of energy conservation to determine the ball’s velocity at moment of maximum kinetic energy
Explains in detail energy transformations that occur during a ball's drop and bounce cycle, implies that energy is conserved during the process 2 Annotation 2
States mathematical equations for primary forms of energy involved, includes units of physical quantities and numerical values of constants 3 Annotation 3
Applies concept of energy conservation to determine the ball’s velocity at moment of maximum kinetic energy

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1
Annotation 1
Explains in detail energy transformations that occur during a ball's drop and bounce cycle, implies that energy is conserved during the process 
2
Annotation 2
States mathematical equations for primary forms of energy involved, includes units of physical quantities and numerical values of constants 
3
Annotation 3
Applies concept of energy conservation to determine the ball’s velocity at moment of maximum kinetic energy
1
Annotation 1
Draws conclusions that are consistent with experimental evidence
Draws conclusions that are consistent with experimental evidence

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1
Annotation 1
Draws conclusions that are consistent with experimental evidence
Satisfactory
Bouncing balls
1
Annotation 1
Uses scientific reasoning to support hypothesis 2 Annotation 2
Describes experimental method in form of an instruction 3 Annotation 3
Presents measured data and calculated results in combined table 4 Annotation 4
Calculates energy efficiency as average over different drop heights
Uses scientific reasoning to support hypothesis 2 Annotation 2
Describes experimental method in form of an instruction 3 Annotation 3
Presents measured data and calculated results in combined table 4 Annotation 4
Calculates energy efficiency as average over different drop heights

Annotations

1
Annotation 1
Uses scientific reasoning to support hypothesis 
2
Annotation 2
Describes experimental method in form of an instruction 
3
Annotation 3
Presents measured data and calculated results in combined table 
4
Annotation 4
Calculates energy efficiency as average over different drop heights
1
Annotation 1
Displays results in scatter plot including line of best fit 2 Annotation 2
Displays line equation and quality of fit parameter 3 Annotation 3
Explains energy transformations occurring during a ball’s drop and bounce cycle, implying that energy is conserved during the process 4 Annotation 4
Discusses how potential source of experimental error has been considered in method 5 Annotation 5
Suggests improvement to experimental method by using digital technologies 6 Annotation 6
Draws conclusions that are consistent with experimental evidence
Displays results in scatter plot including line of best fit 2 Annotation 2
Displays line equation and quality of fit parameter 3 Annotation 3
Explains energy transformations occurring during a ball’s drop and bounce cycle, implying that energy is conserved during the process 4 Annotation 4
Discusses how potential source of experimental error has been considered in method 5 Annotation 5
Suggests improvement to experimental method by using digital technologies 6 Annotation 6
Draws conclusions that are consistent with experimental evidence

Annotations

1
Annotation 1
Displays results in scatter plot including line of best fit 
2
Annotation 2
Displays line equation and quality of fit parameter 
3
Annotation 3
Explains energy transformations occurring during a ball’s drop and bounce cycle, implying that energy is conserved during the process 
4
Annotation 4
Discusses how potential source of experimental error has been considered in method 
5
Annotation 5
Suggests improvement to experimental method by using digital technologies 
6
Annotation 6
Draws conclusions that are consistent with experimental evidence
Above satisfactory
Bouncing balls
1
Annotation 1
Uses detailed scientific and mathematical reasoning to support hypothesis 2 Annotation 2
Describes experimental method in form of a report
Uses detailed scientific and mathematical reasoning to support hypothesis 2 Annotation 2
Describes experimental method in form of a report

Annotations

1
Annotation 1
Uses detailed scientific and mathematical reasoning to support hypothesis 
2
Annotation 2
Describes experimental method in form of a report
1
Annotation 1
Presents measured data in table 2 Annotation 2
Calculates energy efficiency from slope of line of best fit
Presents measured data in table 2 Annotation 2
Calculates energy efficiency from slope of line of best fit

Annotations

1
Annotation 1
Presents measured data in table 
2
Annotation 2
Calculates energy efficiency from slope of line of best fit
1
Annotation 1
Displays results in scatter plot, includes line of best fit 2 Annotation 2
Displays line equation and quality of fit parameter
Displays results in scatter plot, includes line of best fit 2 Annotation 2
Displays line equation and quality of fit parameter

Annotations

1
Annotation 1
Displays results in scatter plot, includes line of best fit 
2
Annotation 2
Displays line equation and quality of fit parameter
1
Annotation 1
Explains in detail energy transformations that occur during a ball's drop and bounce cycle, implies that energy is conserved during the process 2 Annotation 2
States mathematical equations for primary forms of energy involved, includes units of physical quantities and numerical values of constants 3 Annotation 3
Applies concept of energy conservation to determine the ball’s velocity at moment of maximum kinetic energy
Explains in detail energy transformations that occur during a ball's drop and bounce cycle, implies that energy is conserved during the process 2 Annotation 2
States mathematical equations for primary forms of energy involved, includes units of physical quantities and numerical values of constants 3 Annotation 3
Applies concept of energy conservation to determine the ball’s velocity at moment of maximum kinetic energy

Annotations

1
Annotation 1
Explains in detail energy transformations that occur during a ball's drop and bounce cycle, implies that energy is conserved during the process 
2
Annotation 2
States mathematical equations for primary forms of energy involved, includes units of physical quantities and numerical values of constants 
3
Annotation 3
Applies concept of energy conservation to determine the ball’s velocity at moment of maximum kinetic energy
1
Annotation 1
Draws conclusions that are consistent with experimental evidence
Draws conclusions that are consistent with experimental evidence

Annotations

1
Annotation 1
Draws conclusions that are consistent with experimental evidence