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SPH3U: Lesson 18 Quiz


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Types of Radioactivity

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Types of Radioactivity


CategoriesLevel 1
(50 – 59%)
Level 2
(60 – 69%)
Level 3
(70 – 79%)
Level 4
(80 – 100%)
Knowledge and Understanding:
compare the characteristics of (e.g., mass, charge, speed, penetrating power, ionizing ability) and safety precautions related to alpha particles, beta particles, and gamma rays.
ES3.10.
Compares the characteristics of (e.g., mass, charge, speed, penetrating power, ionizing ability) and safety precautions related to alpha particles, beta particles, and gamma rays with limited success.Compares the characteristics of (e.g., mass, charge, speed, penetrating power, ionizing ability) and safety precautions related to alpha particles, beta particles, and gamma rays with some success.Compares the characteristics of (e.g., mass, charge, speed, penetrating power, ionizing ability) and safety precautions related to alpha particles, beta particles, and gamma rays with considerable success.Compares the characteristics of (e.g., mass, charge, speed, penetrating power, ionizing ability) and safety precautions related to alpha particles, beta particles, and gamma rays with a high degree of success.
Thinking and Investigation:
draw conclusions based on inquiry results and justify conclusions with reference to scientific knowledge.
SI1.10.
Draws conclusions based on inquiry results and justifies conclusions with reference to scientific knowledge with limited effectiveness.Draws conclusions based on inquiry results and justifies conclusions with reference to scientific knowledge with some effectiveness.Draws conclusions based on inquiry results and justifies conclusions with reference to scientific knowledge with considerable effectiveness.Draws conclusions based on inquiry results and justifies conclusions with reference to scientific knowledge with a high degree of effectiveness.
Communication:
communicate ideas, results, and conclusions, in writing, and /or in electronic presentations, using appropriate language and a variety of formats (e.g., data tables, laboratory reports, presentations, debates, simulations, models).
SI1.11.
Communicates ideas, results, and conclusions, in writing, and /or in electronic presentations, using appropriate language and a variety of formats with limited clarity.Communicates ideas, results, and conclusions, in writing, and /or in electronic presentations, using appropriate language and a variety of formats with some clarity.Communicates ideas, results, and conclusions, in writing, and /or in electronic presentations, using appropriate language and a variety of formats with considerable clarity.Communicates ideas, results, and conclusions, in writing, and /or in electronic presentations, using appropriate language and a variety of formats with a high degree of clarity.

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Uses of Radioactive Materials

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Uses of Radioactive Materials


CategoriesLevel 1
(50 – 59%)
Level 2
(60 – 69%)
Level 3
(70 – 79%)
Level 4
(80 – 100%)
Thinking and Investigation:
identify and locate a variety of print and electronic sources that enable them to address research topics fully and appropriately.
SI1.03.
Identifies and locates a variety of print and electronic sources that enable them to address research topics fully and appropriately with limited success.Identifies and locates a variety of print and electronic sources that enable them to address research topics fully and appropriately with some success.Identifies and locates a variety of print and electronic sources that enable them to address research topics fully and appropriately with considerable success.Identifies and locates a variety of print and electronic sources that enable them to address research topics fully and appropriately with a high degree of success.
Thinking and Investigation:
select, organize, and record relevant information on research topics from a variety of appropriate sources, including electronic, print, and/or human sources, using suitable formats and an accepted form of academic documentation.
SI1.07.
Selects, organizes, and records relevant information on research topics from a variety of appropriate sources, including electronic, print, and/or human sources, using suitable formats and an accepted form of academic documentation with limited competence.Selects, organizes, and records relevant information on research topics from a variety of appropriate sources, including electronic, print, and/or human sources, using suitable formats and an accepted form of academic documentation with some competence.Selects, organizes, and records relevant information on research topics from a variety of appropriate sources, including electronic, print, and/or human sources, using suitable formats and an accepted form of academic documentation with considerable competence.Selects, organizes, and records relevant information on research topics from a variety of appropriate sources, including electronic, print, and/or human sources, using suitable formats and an accepted form of academic documentation with a high degree of competence.
Thinking and Investigation:
analyse the information gathered from research sources for logic, accuracy, reliability, adequacy, and bias.
SI1.09.
Rarely analyses the information gathered from research sources for logic, accuracy, reliability, adequacy, and bias.Sometimes analyses the information gathered from research sources for logic, accuracy, reliability, adequacy, and bias.Usually analyses the information gathered from research sources for logic, accuracy, reliability, adequacy, and bias.Consistently analyses the information gathered from research sources for logic, accuracy, reliability, adequacy, and bias.
Communication:
communicate ideas, plans, procedures, results, and conclusions orally, in writing, and/or in electronic presentations, using appropriate language and a variety of formats.
SI1.11.
Communicates ideas, plans, procedures, results, and conclusions orally, in writing, and/or in electronic presentations, using appropriate language and a variety of formats with limited clarity.Communicates ideas, plans, procedures, results, and conclusions orally, in writing, and/or in electronic presentations, using appropriate language and a variety of formats with some clarity.Communicates ideas, plans, procedures, results, and conclusions orally, in writing, and/or in electronic presentations, using appropriate language and a variety of formats with considerable clarity.Communicates ideas, plans, procedures, results, and conclusions orally, in writing, and/or in electronic presentations, using appropriate language and a variety of formats with a high degree of clarity.
Application:
assess, on the basis of research, how technologies related to nuclear energy affect society and the environment.
ES1.02.
Assesses, on the basis of research, how technologies related to nuclear energy affect society and the environment with limited insight.Assesses, on the basis of research, how technologies related to nuclear energy affect society and the environment with some insight.Assesses, on the basis of research, how technologies related to nuclear energy affect society and the environment with considerable insight.Assesses, on the basis of research, how technologies related to nuclear energy affect society and the environment a high degree of insight.

Note: A student whose achievement is below Level 1 (50%) has not met the expectations for this assignment or activity.