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Individual project 
Rubric Code: U2XC3W9
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Subject: Math  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 6-8


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  Poor

1 pts

Fair

3 pts

Good

7 pts

Excellent

10 pts

Standard/Learning Target

Poor

Demonstrates little or no knowledge or application of the standard/learning target.
Fair

Demonstrates a limited knowledge and application of the standard/learning target.
Good

Demonstrates a general knowledge and application of the standard/learning target.Is able to teach the skill in a simplistic way.
Excellent

Demonstrates clear knowledge of the standard/learning target. Is able to thoroughly teach the skill in different ways.
Presentation

Poor

The reader is unable to follow the steps taken in the presentation. Not explaining the examples clearly and the audience can't see the examples or equations. Inaccurately communicates solutions to problems and concepts.
Fair

Solution is difficult to follow at times. The audience can see the examples and equations well, but you aren't speaking with clarity. Limited communication of solutions to problems and concepts.
Good

Solutions is presented in a logical manner. You are explaining everything correctly, but unable to to see the examples and equations in the video. Satisfactorily communicates solutions to problems and concepts. Normal tone while teaching the lesson.
Excellent

Solutions is presented in an easy follow step-by-step manner. The audience is able to clearly see the examples and equations as you are talking and explaining. Accurately communicates solutions to problems and concepts. Excited to teach the lesson.
Use of mathematical terminology

Poor

No mathematical terminology is used or attempted
Fair

Some mathematical is presented, but not correctly used. (Made up definition of additive inverse, absolute value, and negative and positive inverse or using words with incorrect meaning)
Good

Mathematical terminology correctly used.
(Used the correct words and the definition, but sounds like it given from the internet or only from the definition in class)
Excellent

Mathematical terminology is prevalent and used correctly. (Definition provided in class on the vocabulary words, additive inverse, absolute value, and negative and positive integers.) Student can example and use it in their own way
Creativity

Poor

Shows little to no creativity. Uses little or doesn't use the number line and colored chips to solve the problems.
Fair

Shows some creativity and thought for the presentation. Uses either the number line or colored chips to solve some of the problems, but not all.
Good

Shows creativity and thought in how the lesson was presented, and examples provided in the lesson. Uses either the number line or colored chips to solve problems.
Excellent

Show great creativity in representing a teacher, how teachers present their lessons, and providing examples and real-world examples in the lesson. Uses number line and colored chips to solve problems.




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