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Mathematician Rubrics

Page history last edited by Rowen Monks 12 years, 6 months ago
 
This is a general outline of the grading process for the mathematician project.
 
 
 
 
 
10 points
20 points
30 points
40 points
50 points
Total
Follows Directions:
Not required amount of slides, or items on the poster
No photos
Photos and 1 or more internet sources
Photos, 1 or more internet sources and 1 book*
Multiple photos, internet sources, and book sources
 
Project Creativity:
No theme and no creativity producing this project
 
There is a theme, but it still looks shabby
 
Lots of time was put into this project; themes, hand work, style…
 
Student Presentation:
Froze and didn’t present their project
Spoke in a monotonous voice and pointed at the “pretty pictures”
Appears to have SOME interest or knowledge in their mathematician
Is able to entertain the class with dialogue rather than quoting everything from their poster
Is eloquent in their presentation. They talk as if they know their mathematician
 
Bibliography:
No Bibliography
 
Bibliography is done, but incorrectly
 
Bibliography is done neatly, alphabetically, and is easy to read
 
 
 
Extra Credit:
(10 points each item)
10 points
Sounds to slides, “scrapbooking” to posters
10 points
Other media sources;
comic book, e-mail from mathematician, etc.
10 points
“Attention grabber” during presentation
10 points
Was able to answer valid questions pertaining to mathematician
10 points
Could actually perform or explain the mathematics, does a demonstration
 
 
 
 
Total:
 
 
 
 
* the definition of a book is “a volume made up of written or printed pages fastened along one side and encased between protective covers” (American Heritage Dictionary. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1981), not an internet resource that was copied from a book, encyclopedia, dictionary, etc.
 
 

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