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# Math Rubrics

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Rubrics for scoring math assignments.

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### Math Rubrics

1. 1. Daily Warmup - Math Student Name: ___ __________________ _________ Teacher Name: Mr. Ambuehl Total Score _________ Excellent - 2 Good - 1 Needs Improvement - 0 Score CATEGORY Completeness, Heading is complete. Words of the Heading is complete. Most words of Heading is incomplete, the words of day and standards are written neatly. the day and standards are written the day and standards are missing or Neatness and All, or nearly all, of the problems were neatly. More than half of the problems illegible, or few problems were Organization attempted. The work is presented in a were attempted. The work is attempted. No work is shown or the neat, clear, organized fashion that is presented in a neat and organized work appears sloppy and easy to read. fashion that is usually easy to read. unorganized. It is hard to know what information goes together. Mathematical Work shows substantial Work shows some understanding of Work shows very limited understanding of the mathematical the mathematical concepts needed to understanding of the underlying Concepts concepts used to solve the solve the problem(s). concepts needed to solve the problem(s). problem(s) OR is not written. Mathematical Almost all (90-100%) of the steps and Most (75-90%) of the steps and More than 75% of the steps and solutions have no mathematical solutions have no mathematical solutions have mathematical errors. Errors errors. errors. On-task Student begins working immediately Student has ONE of the following Student is tardy (1+ min.), slow to upon entering class. Student checks exceptions: Tardy (1 minute or less); start work (1+ min.), or goes off task Behavior own homework (if any) from prior day. Slow to begin work (1 minute or less); or disturbs others. Student may make Student remains on task until teacher or does not begin checking excuses rather than engaging in work. ends warm-up time. homework. Student may not have required materials. Student may not have brought in homework.
2. 2. Daily Homework - Math Student Name: ___ __________________ _________ Teacher Name: Mr. Ambuehl Total Score _________ Excellent - 3 Good - 2 Satisfactory - 1 Needs Improvement - 0 Score CATEGORY Completeness, Heading is complete and all Heading is complete and Heading is incomplete or Heading is incomplete or few problems were attempted. most of the problems were less than half of the of the problems were Neatness and The work is presented in a attempted. The work is problems were attempted. attempted. The work is not Organization neat, clear, organized presented in a neat and The work is presented in an shown or appears sloppy and fashion that is easy to read. organized fashion that is organized fashion but may unorganized. It is hard to know usually easy to read. be hard to read at times. what information goes together. Mathematical Work shows complete Work shows substantial Work shows some Work shows very limited understanding of the understanding of the understanding of the understanding of the Concepts mathematical concepts mathematical concepts mathematical concepts underlying concepts needed to used to solve the used to solve the needed to solve the solve the problem(s) OR is not problem(s). problem(s). problem(s). written. Strategy / Typically, uses an efficient Typically, uses an effective Sometimes uses an Rarely uses an effective and effective strategy to strategy to solve the effective strategy to solve strategy to solve problems. Procedures solve the problem(s). problem(s). problems, but does not do it consistently. Mathematical 90-100% of the steps and Almost all (85-89%) of the Most (75-84%) of the steps More than 75% of the steps solutions have no steps and solutions have no and solutions have no and solutions have Errors mathematical errors. mathematical errors. mathematical errors. mathematical errors.
3. 3. Unit Test/Examination - Math Student Name: ___ __________________ _________ Teacher Name: Mr. Ambuehl Total Score _________ Excellent - 4 Good - 3 Satisfactory - 2 Needs Improvement - 1 Score CATEGORY Completeness, All problems are completed. All but 1 of the problems are All but 2 of the problems are Several of the problems are The work is presented in a completed. The work is completed. The work is not completed. The work is not Neatness and neat, clear, organized presented in a neat and presented in an organized shown or appears sloppy and Organization fashion that is easy to read. organized fashion that is fashion but may be hard to unorganized. It is hard to know usually easy to read. read at times. what information goes together. Mathematical Correct terminology and Correct terminology and Correct terminology and There is little use, or a lot of notation are always used, notation are usually used, notation are used, but it is inappropriate use, of Terminology, making it easy to making it fairly easy to sometimes not easy to terminology and notation. Notation, understand what was done. understand what was done. understand what was done. Diagrams and/or sketches are Diagrams, and Diagrams and/or sketches Diagrams and/or sketches Diagrams and/or sketches difficult to understand or are Sketches are clear and greatly add to are clear and easy to are somewhat difficult to not used. the reader's understanding understand. understand. of the procedure(s). Mathematical Work shows complete Work shows substantial Work shows some Work shows very limited understanding of the understanding of the understanding of the understanding of the Concepts mathematical concepts mathematical concepts mathematical concepts underlying concepts needed to used to solve the used to solve the needed to solve the solve the problem(s) OR is not problem(s). problem(s). problem(s). written. Strategy / Typically, uses an efficient Typically, uses an effective Sometimes uses an Rarely uses an effective and effective strategy to strategy to solve the effective strategy to solve strategy to solve problems. Procedures solve the problem(s). problem(s). problems, but does not do it consistently. Mathematical 90-100% of the steps and Almost all (85-89%) of the Most (75-84%) of the steps More than 75% of the steps solutions have no steps and solutions have no and solutions have no and solutions have Errors mathematical errors. mathematical errors. mathematical errors. mathematical errors.
4. 4. Research Paper - Math Student Name: ___ __________________ _________ Teacher Name: Mr. Ambuehl Total Score _________ Excellent - 4 Good - 3 Satisfactory - 2 Needs Improvement - 1 Score CATEGORY Ideas and Researchers independently Researchers independently Researchers identify, with some Researchers identify, with identify at least 8 reasonable, identify at least 8 reasonable adult help, at least 8 reasonable considerable adult help, 8 Research insightful, creative ideas or ideas or questions to pursue ideas or questions to pursue reasonable ideas or questions Questions questions to pursue when doing when doing the research. when doing the research. to pursue when doing the the research. research. Plan for Students have developed a Students have developed a Students have developed a Students have no clear plan clear plan for collecting and clear plan for collecting and clear plan for collecting and for collecting and organizing Collecting organizing the information. organizing the information. organizing the information. the information, or one or more and Each student in the group can Each student in the group can Each student in the group can, students in the group cannot Organizing clearly explain what information clearly explain what information with minimal prompting from clearly explain what Information is needed by the group, what he he or she is responsible for peers, clearly explain what information they are or she is responsible for locating and how it is to be information he or she is responsible for locating or how locating, and when it is needed. organized. All students can responsible for locating and it is to be organized. All students can independently independently explain the how it is to be organized. All explain the planned planned organization of the students can independently organization of the research research findings. explain most of the planned findings. organization of the research findings. Quality of Researchers independently Researchers independently Researchers, with some adult Researchers, with extensive locate at least 3 reliable, locate at least 3 reliable help, locate at least 3 reliable adult help, locate at least 3 Sources interesting information sources information sources for EACH information sources for EACH reliable information sources for for EACH idea or question. idea or question. idea or question. EACH idea or question. Formal Includes a well-developed Includes a well-developed Includes an introduction, body, Is missing the introduction, Introduction, body, & Introduction, body, & and conclusion, but is only body, and/or conclusion; or all Report conclusion. Is clearly convincing conclusion. Is fairly convincing somewhat developed. Is only parts are poorly developed. Is in illustrating the significance of in illustrating the significance of somewhat convincing in unconvincing of the subject to society. Diagrams subject to society. Diagrams illustrating the significance of significance of subject to and/or sketches are clear and and/or sketches are clear and subject to society. Diagrams society. Diagrams and/or greatly add to the reader's easy to understand. and/or sketches are somewhat sketches are difficult to understanding. difficult to understand. understand or are not used. Report Students are creative in their Students are creative in their Students show some creativity Students show little or no presentation. They speak presentation. They speak so in their presentation. They creativity in their presentation. Presentation clearly and loudly. They make most of the audience can speak so some of the audience The audience has difficulty eye contact with the audience understand them. They perform can understand them. They understanding them. They and perform with a lot of with some enthusiasm and perform with some enthusiasm show little or no enthusiasm enthusiasm and expression. expression. and expression. and expression.