Rubric: Rubric's model to assess argumentation

The purpose of this rubric is to be a model for raising specific tasks and their corresponding rubrics with which to assess the competence of scientific argumentation. (Traslated by Andy)

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Quantitative Results:

1.Evidence
1
There is no evidence
2
There is some evidence, but inappropriate to support the conclusion
3
There is some evidence but not sufficient. Some evidence given might be inappropriate
4
There is enough evidence, and it is appropriate to support the conclusion

2.Justification
1
There is no justification
2
There is a justification, but it does not link the evidence with the conclusion
3
There is a justification that links the evidence with the conclusion. It repeats the evidence and/or some scientific ideas are included but they are insufficient
4
There is a justification that links the evidence with the conclusion. It includes the appropriate and sufficient scientific ideas

3.Conclusion/s
1
There is/are no conclusions
2
The conclusion is not right
3
The conclusion is right, but it bears scientific mistakes
4
The conclusion is right and bears no scientific mistakes