Skip to main content
iRubric: Solving and Teaching a Math Problem Oral Presentation rubric

iRubric: Solving and Teaching a Math Problem Oral Presentation rubric

find rubric

edit   print   share   Copy to my rubrics   Bookmark   test run   assess...   delete   Do more...
Solving and Teaching a Math Problem Oral Presentation 
Students choose 1 problem from a list provided. They solve the problem, showing all of their work. They then give a presentation explaining how the solution was obtained.
Rubric Code: Q2422C9
Ready to use
Public Rubric
Subject: Math  
Type: Presentation  
Grade Levels: 9-12

Powered by iRubric Math Problem Oral Presentation
  Needs Improvement

1 pts

Developing

2 pts

Satisfactory

3 pts

Exemplary

4 pts

Explanation

Needs Improvement

Student fails to explain how he/she solved the problem.
Developing

Student's explanation may be unclear, incomplete, or lacking in detail. Explanation provides little insight into how problem was solved.
Satisfactory

Student's explanation is clear and complete. He or she correctly identifies a way to solve the problem using strategies or skills presented in math class.
Exemplary

Student's explanation is clear, complete, and concise. He or she effectively describes how to solve the problem using strategies or skills presented in math class. Student uses a visual aid(s) to assist the audience in comprehending the problem.
Solution

Needs Improvement

Student fails to obtain a sensible solution to the problem and does not show any work.
Developing

Student shows work for at least part of the problem. He/she may or may not obtain a sensible solution.
Satisfactory

Student shows his/her work for all steps of the problem. He or she obtains a sensible solution with only minor errors.
Exemplary

Student shows his/her work for all steps of the problem. The problem solving process employed is logical, leading to a sensible and error-free solution.
Preparedness

Needs Improvement

Student is unprepared. It is evident that he or she did not take the time to select or think about a problem.
Developing

Student is somewhat prepared. He or she is minimally familiar with the selected problem, but fails to effectively explain a solution.
Satisfactory

Student is mostly prepared. He or she is familiar with the selected problem and is able to effectively explain the solution.
Exemplary

Student is very prepared. He or she is ready to present when called on, very familiar with the selected problem, and is able to effectively explain the solution in an engaging and thoughtful way.
Volume

Needs Improvement

Student cannot be heard and or makes no effort to speak up when asked.
Developing

Student's voice can be heard for some of the presentation. He or she may have been asked to speak up.
Satisfactory

Student's voice can be heard for most of the presentation. He or she may have been asked to speak up.
Exemplary

Student's voice can be heard throughout the entire presentation.










Do more with this rubric:

Preview

Preview this rubric.

Edit

Modify this rubric.

Copy

Make a copy of this rubric and begin editing the copy.


Print

Show a printable version of this rubric.

Categorize

Add this rubric to multiple categories.

Bookmark

Bookmark this rubric for future reference.
Assess

Test run

Test this rubric or perform an ad-hoc assessment.

Grade

Build a gradebook to assess students.

Collaborate

Apply this rubric to any object and invite others to assess.
Share

Publish

Link, embed, and showcase your rubrics on your website.

Email

Email this rubric to a friend.

Discuss

Discuss this rubric with other members.
 

Do more with rubrics than ever imagined possible.

Only with iRubrictm.



Copyright © 2024 Reazon Systems, Inc.  All rights reserved.
n98