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iRubric: Different Ways to Write a Number rubric
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Different Ways to Write a Number
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Different Ways to Write a Number
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vnam222
Rubric Code:
ZX9WB75
The students will write different numbers using all the place value forms of a number with each number they choose. Each number will be written in Standard Form, Expanded Form, Word Form and Picture Form. .
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Keywords:
Digits, Place Value, Standard Form, Expanded Form, Word Form, Ones, Tens, Hundreds, Thousands, Ten Thousands
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Subjects:
Math
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Grade Levels:
K-5
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Place Value
Evaluation Criteria
Exceeds
4 pts
Independent
3 pts
Progressing
2 pts
Needs Improvement
1 pts
Standard Form
Exceeds
Student correctly wrote a five or more digit decimal number in Standard Form with no errors.
Independent
Student correctly wrote a four digit decimal number in Standard Form with no errors.
Progressing
Student wrote a four digit decimal number in Standard Form with some errors.
Needs Improvement
Student was not able to consistently write a four digit decimal number in Standard Form.
Expanded Form
Exceeds
Student correctly wrote a five or more digit decimal number in Expanded Form with no errors.
Independent
Student correctly wrote a four digit decimal number in Expanded Form with no errors.
Progressing
Student wrote a four digit decimal number in Expanded Form with some errors.
Needs Improvement
Student was not able to consistently write a four digit decimal number in Standard Form.
Word Form
Exceeds
Student correctly wrote a five or more digit decimal number in Word Form with no errors.
Independent
Student correctly wrote a four digit decimal number in Word Form with no errors.
Progressing
Student wrote a four digit decimal number in Word Form with some errors.
Needs Improvement
Student was not able to consistently write a four digit decimal number in Word Form.
Unit Form
Exceeds
Student correctly wrote a five or more digit decimal number in Unit Form with no errors.
Independent
Student correctly wrote a four digit decimal number in Unit Form with no errors.
Progressing
Student wrote a four digit decimal number in Unit Form with some errors.
Needs Improvement
Student was not able to consistently write a four digit decimal number in Unit Form.
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