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iRubric: Writing Math Word Problems rubric

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Writing Math Word Problems built by PamelaGoff

Rubric Code: R26558
A generic rubric for scoring student created word problems.
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Categories: Subjects: Math  
Types: Writing  
Grade Levels: 6-8

Powered by iRubric Writing Math Word Problems
  Excellent
3 pts
Good
2 pts
Fair
1 pts
Poor
0 pts
Content
Excellent

Appropriate content is used for each word problem. Student clearly understands the mathematical concepts.
Good

Appropriate content is used for each word problem. Student shows some understanding of the mathematical concepts.
Fair

Appropriate content may be used. Student shows little understanding of the mathematical concepts.
Poor

Appropriate content is not observed. Student does not demonstrate an understanding of the mathematical concepts.
Organization
Excellent

The word problem is written in clear and coherent language. The word problem includes a correct answer key that is neat and legible.
Good

The word problem is written in clear and coherent language. The word problem includes an answer key.
Fair

The word problem is not written in clear and coherent language. The word problem may or may not include an answer key.
Poor

The word problem is not written in clear and coherent language, or may not be observed. The word problem does not include an answer key.
Mechanics
Excellent

Proper language, capitalization and punctuation are present with no mistakes.
Good

Proper language, capitaliztion and punctuation are present with no more than two mistakes.
Fair

Proper language, capitalization and puntuation may be used, but more than two mistakes.
Poor

Proper language, capitaliztion and punctuation are not observed.
Illustration
Excellent

Illustration clearly represents the topic of the problem.
Good

Illustration somewhat represents the topic of the problem.
Fair

Illustration attempts to represent the problem.
Poor

Illustration is not observed.



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