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iRubric: Statistics Game Analysis Rubric

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Statistics Game Analysis Rubric 
Guidelines and grading scale for game analysis project.
Rubric Code: M2XCXB4
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Subject: Math  
Type: Homework  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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  Unsatisfactory

1 pts

AVERAGE

3 pts

GOOD

4 pts

EXCELLENT

5 pts

Assignment Completeness

Unsatisfactory

Less than 1/2 of all items attempted.
AVERAGE

Some of items attempted.
GOOD

Most of items attempted.
EXCELLENT

Theoretical Probability: List all possible outcomes for your game, determine the theoretical probability of each outcome
Experimental Probability:
Determine the experimental probability of each outcome through 30 trials
Compare: Theoretical vs. Experimental Probability
Compare what you thought would occur (theoretical) with what actually occurred (experimental). State whether the probabilities increased, decreased, or stayed the same. Give reasons why this may have occurred.
Knowledge/Understanding

Unsatisfactory

Most answers reflect unsatisfactory understanding
AVERAGE

Most answers show average understanding of terms, facts and concepts
GOOD

Most answers show good understanding of terms, facts and concepts
EXCELLENT

Most answers show excellent understanding of terms, facts and concepts
Neatness

Unsatisfactory

Writing is not legible, items are out of order, paper is generally messy and poorly presented. No visual aids in presentation.
AVERAGE

Writing is legible with few misspelled words. Topic headings are used. Minimal visual aids in presentation.
GOOD

Writing is neat, topic headings are used, data is well presented. Some visual aids in presentation.
EXCELLENT

Assignment is very neat and excellently presented. All calculations are present. Presentation is visually interesting.
Reflection

Unsatisfactory

No insight or reflection is provided with regards to unit topic mastery.
AVERAGE

Some insight or reflection is provided with regards to unit topic mastery.
GOOD

Good insight or reflection is provided with regards to unit topic mastery but may be incorrect. (For example student expresses they did very well at showing mastery but information isn't accurate)
EXCELLENT

Excellent insight or reflection is provided with regards to unit topic mastery.
GROUP

Unsatisfactory

Project length and level of difficulty reflects an individual effort.
AVERAGE

Project length and level of difficulty reflects a minimal group effort.
GOOD

Project length and level of difficulty reflects an average group effort.
EXCELLENT

Project length and level of difficulty reflects a strong group effort.



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