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Mathematician Essay

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Rubric Code: MX92XX5
Write a two page paper about your assigned Mathematician. You must use correct grammar and sentence structures. Please be sure that your work is completely error free. Cite all of your sources; failure to do so will result is considered plagiarism. You must answer the following questions as well: 1. Who is your Mathematician? Write a short paragraph about his life, biographical information only. 2. What did your Mathematician contribute to the world of Math? 3. How is your Mathematician's contribution used in the real world? 4. Are their contributions still used today? If not, why? 5. What alterations if any have been made to the theories/concepts discovered by your Mathematician? Has anyone completely disregarded their work? Mathematicians: Rene Descartes, Isaac Newton, Euclid, Pythagoras, Leonardo Fibonacci, Archimedes, Galileo, Johannes Kepler
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Keywords: mathematician
Categories: Subjects: English   Math  
Types: Writing   ePortfolio  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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  Excellent
4 pts
Good
3 pts
Fair
2 pts
Poor
1 pts
Points You Earned
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Depth of Knowledge
Excellent

Writing demonstrates an in-depth understanding of the selected topic, including supporting details and examples.
Good

Writing demonstrates a general understanding on the selected topic, including some supporting details and examples.
Fair

Writing demonstrates a minimal understanding on the selected topic, including a few supporting details and examples.
Poor

Writing demonstrates lack of understanding on the selected topic, with no details.
Points You Earned

_______/4
Required Components
Excellent

Writing surpasses the required components of the selected topic.
Good

Writing includes the required components of the selected topic.
Fair

Writing includes the a few components of the selected topic.
Poor

Writing does not include the required components of the selected topic.
Points You Earned

_______/4
Quality of Information
Excellent

Information clearly relates to the main topic. It includes several supporting details and/or examples.
Good

Information clearly relates to the main topic. It provides 1-2 supporting details and/or examples.
Fair

Information clearly relates to the main topic. No details and/or examples are given.
Poor

Information has little to do with the main topic.
Points You Earned

_______/4
Structure & Organization
Excellent

Writing is clear, concise, and well organized with the use of excellent sentence/paragraph structure. Thoughts are expressed in a logical manner.
Good

Writing is mostly clear, concise, and organized with the use of excellent sentence/paragraph structure. Thoughts are expressed in a logical manner.
Fair

Writing is unclear, and thoughts are not well organized. Thoughts are not expressed in a logical manner.
Poor

Writing unclear, disorganized. Thoughts make little to no sense.
Points You Earned

_______/4
Grammar
Excellent

There are no spelling or grammar errors.
Good

There are 1-2 spelling or grammatical errors.
Fair

There are 3-5 spelling or grammatical errors.
Poor

There are numerous spelling or grammatical errors.
Points You Earned

_______/4



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