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iRubric: Math Graphing Analysis & Data rubric

iRubric: Math Graphing Analysis & Data rubric

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Math Graphing Analysis & Data

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built by Dawrjohn

Rubric Code: B4XAWB
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Categories: Subjects: Math  
Types: Exam  
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  Minimal
1 pts
Basic
2 pts
Proficient
3 pts
Advanced
4 pts
Title
Minimal

A title is not present.
Basic

A title is present at the top of the graph.
Proficient

Title clearly relates to the problem being graphed and is printed at the top of the graph.
Advanced

Title is creative and clearly relates to the problem being graphed. It is printed at the top of the graph.
Data
Minimal

Data in the table is not accurate and/or cannot be read.
Basic

Data in the table is accurate and easy to read.
Proficient

Data in the table is organized, accurate, and easy to read.
Advanced

Data in the table is well organized, accurate, and easy to read.
Labeling
Minimal

The graph is not labeled.
Basic

One side of the graph is labeled.
Proficient

Two sides of the graph are labeled.
Advanced

All pars of the graph are labeled neatly, clearly, and in an organized way.
Data Analysis
Minimal

There is no explanation of the data or the explanation cannot be understood.
Basic

There is an incomplete explanation using some accurate mathematical terminology.
Proficient

There is clear explanation using appropriate math terminology.
Advanced

There is a clear, effective explanation detailing the data analysis, using precise math terminology.
Neatness
Minimal

Appears messy and "thrown" together in a hurry.
Basic

Lines and bars are neatly drawn, but the graph appears quite plain.
Proficient

Neat and relatively attractive. A ruler was used to make the graph more readable.
Advanced

Exceptionally well designed, neat, and attractive. Colors that go well together are used to make the graph more readable. A ruler was used.



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