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Math Student Led Lesson Presentation
Math Review - Student Presentation
Algebra 1 - Student Led Lesson Presentation
Rubric Code:
P23A94C
By
mrsdoyen
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Subject:
Math
Type:
Presentation
Grade Levels:
6-8
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SUPERIOR
4 pts
WELL DONE
3 pts
FAIR
2 pts
POOR
1 pts
MISSING
0 pts
POINTS YOU EARNED
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PRESENTATION
Interactive and Engaging
SUPERIOR
Excited about topic, great eye contact, very confident and competent, clear directions.
WELL DONE
Partially enthusiastic about topic, good eye contact, confident and competent, clear directions.
FAIR
Some eye contact, some confidence and competence, unclear directions.
POOR
Soft voice, hard to understand, poor confidence and competence. Poor eye contact, blocking students from viewing the board, unclear directions.
MISSING
Missing Presentation. Did not speak.
POINTS YOU EARNED
Possible Points
______/4
TECHNOLOGY/VISUAL AIDE
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SUPERIOR
Thorough integration of technology and/or engaging visual aide. Students are required to know and take notes on technology and/or visual aide.
WELL DONE
Creative integration of technology and/or visual aide. Students are required to take notes on technology and/or visual aide.
FAIR
Adequate presentation of technology and/or visual aide. No student interaction.
POOR
Bare minimum for requirement.
MISSING
No relevant technology and/or visual aide.
POINTS YOU EARNED
Possible Points
______/4
MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS
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SUPERIOR
Explanation shows complete understanding of the mathematical concepts used to solve the problems.
WELL DONE
Explanation shows substantial understanding of the mathematical concepts needed to solve the problems.
FAIR
Explanation shows some understanding of the mathematical concepts needed to solve the problems.
POOR
Explanation shows very limited understanding of the underlying concepts needed to solve the problems.
MISSING
Explanation shows no understanding of the mathematical concepts needed to solve the problems.
POINTS YOU EARNED
Possible Points
______/4
EXPLANATION
SUPERIOR
The explanation is presented in a neat, clear, organized fashion that is easy to understand.
WELL DONE
The explanation is presented in a neat and organized fashion that is usually easy to understand.
FAIR
The explanation is presented in an organized fashion that may be a little difficult to understand at times.
POOR
The explanation appears sloppy and unorganized. It is almost impossible to understand.
MISSING
No explanation is given.
POINTS YOU EARNED
Possible Points
______/4
MATHEMATICAL TERMINOLOY & NOTATION
SUPERIOR
Correct mathematical terminology and notation are always used, making it easy to understand what was done.
WELL DONE
Correct mathematical terminology and notation usually used, making it fairly easy to understand what is done.
FAIR
Correct mathematical terminology and notation are usually used. However, it is sometimes not easy to understand what is done.
POOR
There is little use or a lot of inappropriate use of correct mathematical terminology and notation.
MISSING
There is no use of correct mathematical terminology and notation used.
POINTS YOU EARNED
Possible Points
______/4
MATHEMATICAL ERRORS
During explanation!
SUPERIOR
During the explanation, 95 - 100% of the steps and solutions have no mathematical errors.
WELL DONE
During the explanation, almost all (90-94%) of the steps and solutions have no mathematical errors.
FAIR
During the explanation, most (85-89%) of the steps and solutions have no mathematical errors.
POOR
During the explanation, some (80-84%) of the steps and solutions have no mathematical errors.
MISSING
During the explanation, more than 79% of the steps and solutions have mathematical errors.
POINTS YOU EARNED
Possible Points
______/4
COMPLETION
SUPERIOR
All problems are completed.
WELL DONE
All but 1 of the problems are completed.
FAIR
All but 2 of the problems are completed.
POOR
All but 3 of the problems are completed.
MISSING
4 or more of the problems are not completed.
POINTS YOU EARNED
Possible Points
______/4
PREPAREDNESS
SUPERIOR
Student is completely prepared and has obviously rehearsed.
WELL DONE
Student seems adequately prepared. However, might have needed a few more rehearsals.
FAIR
Student is somewhat prepared. However, it is clear that rehearsal was lacking.
POOR
Student is barely prepared and has obviously not rehearsed.
MISSING
Student is not at all prepared to present.
POINTS YOU EARNED
Possible Points
______/4
ASSESSMENT
SUPERIOR
Student has a well written assessment covering the entire objective. Beyond expectations. Grades all of class assessments.
WELL DONE
Student assessment covers the entire objective. Easy to follow and understand. Grades all of class assessments.
FAIR
Student assessment is adequate. However, it needs more attention to detail and is somewhat organized. Grades most of class assessments.
POOR
Student assessment has missing items, disorganized and messy. Grades some or none of class assessments.
MISSING
Student has no class assessment.
POINTS YOU EARNED
Possible Points
______/4
LISTENS TO OTHER PRESENTERS
SUPERIOR
Student listens intently. Does not make distracting noises or movements.
WELL DONE
Student listens intently. However, has one distracting noise or movement.
FAIR
Student does not appear to be listening. However, is not distracting.
POOR
Student does not appear to be listening and has distracting noises or movements.
MISSING
Students does not listen and makes constant distracting noises and movements.
POINTS YOU EARNED
Possible Points
______/4
Keywords:
Math; Student Presentation
Subjects:
Math
Types:
Presentation
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