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Round 5: Open Ended 
Rubric Code: V23X22C
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Subject: Math  
Type: Writing  
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12


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  Poor

2 pts

Fair

5 pts

Good

8 pts

Excellent

10 pts

Mathematical Language

Use of appropriate mathematical language (notation, symbols and terminology).

Poor

Use limited mathematical language.
Fair

Use some appropriate mathematical language.
Good

Usually use appropriate mathematical language.
Excellent

Consistently use appropriate mathematical language.
Forms of Mathematical Representation

Use of appropriate forms of mathematical representation to present information.

Poor

Use limited forms of mathematical representation to present information.
Fair

Use appropriate forms of mathematical representation to present information adequately.
Good

Usually use appropriate forms of mathematical representation to present information correctly.
Excellent

Use appropriate forms of mathematical representation to consistently present information correctly.
Mathematical Communication and Organization

Use of complete, coherent and concise mathematical lines of reasoning and communication organizing information using a logical structure.

Poor

Not organized use of information with no use of logical structure.
Fair

Adequately organize information using a logical structure.
Good

Communicate through lines of reasoning that are complete and coherent.
Present work that is usually organized using a logical structure.
Excellent

Communicate through lines of reasoning that are complete, coherent and concise.
Present work that is consistently organized using a logical structure.
Identify Elements and Select Mathematical Strategy

Identify relevant elements and select appropriate mathematical strategies when solving the real-life situations.

Poor

Identify some of the elements of the real-life situation.
No adequate mathematical strategies selected to model the real-life situation.
Fair

Identify some of the elements of the real-life situation.
Select, with some success, adequate mathematical strategies to model the real-life situation.
Good

Identify some of the elements of the real-life situation.
Select adequate mathematical strategies to model the real-life situation.
Excellent

Identify some of the elements of the real-life situation.
Select appropriate mathematical strategies to model the real-life situation.
Application of selected Mathematical Strategy

Apply the selected mathematical strategies successfully to reach a solution.

Poor

Apply mathematical strategies to find a solution to the real-life situation, with limited success.
Fair

Apply mathematical strategies to reach a solution to the real-life situation.
Good

Apply the selected mathematical strategies to reach a valid solution to the real-life situation
Excellent

Apply the selected mathematical strategies to reach a correct solution to the real-life situation
Degree of Accuracy

Justify the degree of accuracy of a solution.

Poor

No degree of accuracy stated.
Fair

State the degree of accuracy of the solution.
Good

Explain the degree of accuracy of the solution.
Excellent

Justify the degree of accuracy of the solution.
Reflection on the Findings

Justify whether a solution makes sense in the context of the real-life situation.

Poor

No reflection.
Fair

Discuss whether the solution makes sense in the context of the real-life situation.
Good

Explain whether the solution makes sense in the context of the real-life situation
Excellent

Justify whether the solution makes sense in the context of the real-life situation




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