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Functions Summative Assessment Scoring Guide
Rubric Code:
P2285BW
By
areyesc02
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Subject:
Math
Type:
Assessment
Grade Levels:
6-8, 9-12
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Functions Summative Assessment Scoring Guide
Great
7 pts
Good
5 pts
Fair
3 pts
Poor
1 pts
Equation
20 %
Great
Students demonstrated knowledge of how equations for linear functions are derived. They used their real-life scenario to come up with an accurate equation of the correct form and all parts of their equation are also correct. Students were also able to efficiently describe how and why they came up with their equation.
Good
Students demonstrated some knowledge of how equations for linear functions are derived. They used their real-life scenario to come up with a mostly accurate equation of the correct form and most parts of their equation are also correct. Students were also able to efficiently describe how and why they came up with their equation.
Fair
Students demonstrated some knowledge of how equations for linear functions are derived. They used their real-life scenario to come up with an equation close to the correct form and some parts of their equation are also correct. Students described how and why they came up with their equation.
Poor
Students demonstrated little to no knowledge of how equations for linear functions are derived. They used their real-life scenario to come up with an incorrect equation of incorrect form and no parts of their equation are correct. Students were not able to efficiently describe how and why they came up with their equation.
Graph
20 %
Great
Students demonstrated knowledge of how to use the graphing calculator Desmos. They correctly graphed their equation and included a correctly resized and formatted picture of it in their presentation. Students also accurately explained what the rate of change and initial values are and efficiently explained how they found these values using the information they were given.
Good
Students demonstrated some knowledge of how to use the graphing calculator Desmos. They graphed their equation almost correctly and included a resized and formatted picture of it in their presentation. Students also accurately explained what the rate of change and initial values are and somewhat efficiently explained how they found these values using the information they were given.
Fair
Students demonstrated some knowledge of how to use the graphing calculator Desmos. They graphed their equation mostly incorrectly and included a resized and formatted picture of it in their presentation. Students tried to explain what the rate of change and initial values are and explained how they found these values using the information they were given.
Poor
Students demonstrated little to no knowledge of how to use the graphing calculator Desmos. They graphed their equation incorrectly and included a picture of it in their presentation. Students tried to explain what the rate of change and initial values are and did not efficiently explain how they found these values using the information they were given.
Table
20 %
Great
Students demonstrated knowledge of how to obtain a table of inputs and outputs on Desmos. They correctly described what the inputs and outputs are in their scenario and what the values in their table mean.
Good
Students demonstrated some knowledge of how to obtain a table of inputs and outputs on Desmos. They correctly described, for the most part, what the inputs and outputs are in their scenario and what the values in their table mean.
Fair
Students demonstrated some knowledge of how to obtain a table of inputs and outputs on Desmos. They incorrectly described, for the most part, what the inputs and outputs are in their scenario and what the values in their table mean.
Poor
Students demonstrated little to no knowledge of how to obtain a table of inputs and outputs on Desmos. They incorrectly described what the inputs and outputs are in their scenario and what the values in their table mean.
Format
20 %
Great
The students followed the directions and answered all the questions. They correctly formatted their slides and included all the necessary information into each slide. The slideshow had a theme, transitions, and appropriate images that were correctly resized.
Good
The students followed most of the directions and answered most of the questions. They correctly formatted their slides and included most of the necessary information into each slide. The slideshow had a theme, transitions, and appropriate images that were correctly resized.
Fair
The students followed some of the directions and answered some of the questions. They incorrectly formatted their slides and only included some of the necessary information into each slide. The slideshow had a theme, some transitions, and some appropriate images that were correctly resized.
Poor
The students did not follow the directions in answering the questions. They incorrectly formatted their slides and did not include all of the necessary information into each slide. The slideshow did not have a theme, transitions, or appropriate images that were correctly resized.
Presentation
20 %
Great
The students were all present and each group member participated in the presentation. They spoke clearly and demonstrated knowledge of the information they presented.
Good
The students were all present and most group member participated in the presentation. They spoke clearly and demonstrated some knowledge of the information they presented.
Fair
The students were all present and at least two group members participated in the presentation. They spoke somewhat clearly and demonstrated some knowledge of the information they presented.
Poor
The students were not all present and only one group member participated in the presentation. They spoke somewhat clearly and demonstrated little to no knowledge of the information they presented.
Subjects:
Math
Types:
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