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Math Rooftop Project Grade 6-Area, Perimeter and Volume 
Creating a RESTAURANT AREA SKETCH using measurements covered in our unit and communication language to explain the importance of such measurements.
Rubric Code: D23X226
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Subject: Math  
Type: Assignment  
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12


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  Outstanding

4 pts

Proficient

3 pts

Basic

2 pts

Unsatisfactory

1 pts

Content of formula sheet

Outstanding

Formula booklet clearly demonstrates the math topic selected and represents it accurately. Complete concept is illustrated, and well-explained using math terms and details.
Proficient

Formula booklet has most of the math concept selected correctly represented. Complete concept is represented but minimal explanation is given.
Basic

Parts of the Formula booklet relate to math concept selected, however, the overall message of the poster does not represent the topic.
Unsatisfactory

The requirements of the Formula booklet project are not understood. Presentation does not pertain to the math concept selected. Concept is given with little or no detail.
Accuracy

Outstanding

All information is complete and correct. Steps of the Class co-constructed Success Criteria have been followed and understood. All areas are present for a level 4 or above project.
Proficient

Most of the information is correct and complete. However, student completed what was necessary for a level 3 project and met the basic criteria according to the examples shown per level specification.
Basic

Some of the required information is missing. Some effort seen to cover the elements of the Success Criteria.
Unsatisfactory

Most of the required information is not included.
Understanding of concept

Outstanding

Student obviously understands the concepts and is able to explain and apply the concepts. Formulas were applied correctly and math language was concise.
Proficient

Student somewhat understands the concepts but shows uncertainty about some aspects of application.
Basic

Student struggles to understand or explain much about the importance of each measurements. Some work shown in terms of other areas. Math language limited.
Unsatisfactory

Student understanding is minimal.
Clarity and Neatness

Outstanding

Work is well-organized, neatly presented in a colorful and engaging manner. All views of the Rooftop are clearly demonstrated. Viewer can easily follow the flow of information presented

All measurements and additional information well labeled and steps followed as shown during class unit.

Project has an overall look of a level 4 or above. Student has made obvious attempts to go above the standard level 3 expectations and has shown advanced application skills.
Proficient

Work is fairly organized, neatly presented in a colorful and engaging manner. All views of the Rooftop are demonstrated. Viewer can easily follow the flow of information presented.

All measurements and additional information well labeled and steps followed as shown during class unit.

Project has an overall look of a level 3 and the standard expectations are clearly shown.
Basic

Work is showing some organization. The student made less than the expected level 3 effort. They may have shown some measurements and used clarity on their views of the Rooftop, however, the design is basic and missing elements. No formulas or proper measurements seen.
Unsatisfactory

Little effort seen. Criteria not followed and student is not showing clarity or understanding of the project expectations.




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