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Board/Card Game Design and Construction 
Rubric for game building process.
Rubric Code: D246AXX
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Subject: Math  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12

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  Poor

1 pts

Fair

2 pts

Good

3 pts

Excellent

4 pts

Awesome!

5 pts

Rules and object of the game

Poor

-Make no sense and we are not able to play the game.
Fair

-Written as phrases are very confusing

-Made us think of many major problems and issues that can happen while playing

- Misspelled words
Good

-Written as phrases and a little confusing

-Made us think of one major issue and many minor ones

-Punctuation errors
Excellent

Written in sentences

Somewhat easy to understand

-Made us think of minor questions
Awesome!

-Written in complete sentences and are very easy to follow

-Easy to understand

-Correct conventions
Board/Card Design

Poor

-Confusing, board has a boring design

-Doesn't relate to the theme of the game at all.
Fair

-Way too many graphics or the board is bare

-Not appealing to play. doesn't really relate to the theme of the game
Good

-Too many graphics or not enough

-The board is somewhat easy to follow

-Slightly relates to the theme of the game
Excellent

-A few too many graphics or just not enough

-Somewhat too hard to follow the board design

-Relates somewhat well to the theme of the game
Awesome!

-Creative

-Looks appealing to play

-Easy to follow

-Relates well to the theme of the game
Application of content

Poor

-Does not include necessary skills or knowledge as a game mechanic
Fair

-Necessary skills and knowledge are useful additions to, but not required for, game play
Good

-Necessary skills and knowledge are required for most phases of game play

-Requires recall facts only to progress through the game play.
Excellent

-Necessary skills and knowledge are required for most phases of game play

-Requires application of skills with some critical thinking to progress through the game
Awesome!

-Necessary skills and knowledge are required for all phases of game play

-Requires critical thinking or evaluation of skills and knowledge to progress through the game
Playing the game

Poor

-Could not figure how to play - Too frustrating!
Fair

-Could figure out basically how to play, but was confused at times

-It either dragged on too long to win or was way too easy to win
Good

-Figured out how to play, but was still sightly confused

-The game took somewhat too long to win or was too slightly too short
Excellent

-Figured out somewhat easily

-The amount of time play seem somewhat okay

-It was somewhat fun
Awesome!

-Fun, easy to play, right amount of time to play the game
Pieces/Cards

Poor

-Not enough pieces and the ones that were used did not go with the theme of the game

-the cards/questions did not make any sense
Fair

-Seemed to missing some pieces

-The cards/questions really did not fit the theme of the game and were too difficult or way too easy.
Good

-Enough pieces and somewhat matched the theme of the game

-The cards/questions were somewhat too difficult or too easy
Excellent

-Enough pieces and they seemed to match the theme of the game

-The cards/questions had a few that were too difficult or too easy, but overall worked well
Awesome!

-Enough pieces and they went well with game's theme.

-The cards/questions worked well with the game, just right in difficulty





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