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Make a Math Magazine Article built by abeshears2

Rubric Code: CX8A7C3
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Categories: Subjects: Education  
Types: Project  
Grade Levels: K-5

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  Advanced Mastery
4 pts
Mastery
3 pts
Near Mastery
2 pts
Remediation
1 pts
Overall
Advanced Mastery

The student completes the project with accuracy and creativity.
Mastery

The student completes the project.
Near Mastery

The student does not complete all components of the project.
Remediation

The student’s project is either incomplete or inaccurate.
Article Organization
Advanced Mastery

The student's article uses appropriate math terminology.
Mastery

The student’s article has some inaccuracies.
Near Mastery

The student’s article is inaccurate and incomplete.
Remediation

The student’s article is inaccurate and incomplete.
Use of Math Vocabulary/Terminology
Advanced Mastery

The student’s article is written in clear, concise language and the illustration accurately represents the story.
Mastery

The student's article uses some math terminology and a partial illustration that represents the story.
Near Mastery

The student's article contains incorrect or very little math terminology and a partial illustration that may not accurately represent the story.
Remediation

The student’s article contains incorrect or no math terminology and no illustration.



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