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Math - Problem Solving : Indoor Playground

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Mathematical
Concepts
Explanation shows
complete understanding
of the mathematical
concepts used to solve
the problem(s!
Explanation shows
substantial
understanding of the
mathematical concepts
used to solve the
problem(s!
Explanation shows some
understanding of the
mathematical concepts
needed to solve the
problem(s!
Explanation shows ver"
limited understanding of
the underl"ing concepts
needed to solve the
problem(s OR is not
written!
Mathematical
easoning
#ses complex and
refined mathematical
reasoning!
#ses effective
mathematical reasoning
$ome evidence of
mathematical reasoning!
%ittle evidence of
mathematical reasoning!
Mathematical
!rrors
&'()''* of the steps
and solutions have no
mathematical errors!
Almost all (+,(+&* of
the steps and solutions
have no mathematical
errors!
-ost (.,(+/* of the
steps and solutions have
no mathematical errors!
-ore than .,* of the
steps and solutions
have mathematical
errors!
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Manipulatives
$tudent alwa"s listens
and follows directions
and onl" uses
manipulatives as
instructed!
$tudent t"picall" listens
and follows directions
and uses manipulatives
as instructed most of the
time!
$tudent sometimes listens
and follows directions and
uses manipulatives
appropriatel" when
reminded!
$tudent rarel" listens
and often 0pla"s0 with
the manipulatives
instead of using them as
instructed!
$or%ing &ith
'thers
$tudent was an engaged
partner1 listening to
suggestions of others
and wor2ing
cooperativel" throughout
lesson!
$tudent was an engaged
partner but had trouble
listening to others and3or
wor2ing cooperativel"!
$tudent cooperated with
others1 but needed
prompting to sta" on(tas2!
$tudent did not wor2
effectivel" with others!
(eatness and
'rgani)ation
The wor2 is presented in
a neat1 clear1 organi4ed
fashion that is eas" to
read!
The wor2 is presented in
a neat and organi4ed
fashion that is usuall"
eas" to read!
The wor2 is presented in
an organi4ed fashion but
ma" be hard to read at
times!
The wor2 appears
slopp" and unorgani4ed!
5t is hard to 2now what
information goes
together!
*iagrams and
S%etches
6iagrams and3or
s2etches are clear and
greatl" add to the
reader7s understanding
of the procedure(s!
6iagrams and3or
s2etches are clear and
eas" to understand!
6iagrams and3or s2etches
are somewhat difficult to
understand!
6iagrams and3or
s2etches are difficult to
understand or are not
used!
Completion
All problems are
completed!
All but one of the
problems are completed!
All but two of the problems
are completed!
$everal of the problems
are not completed!
Mathematical
+erminology
and (otation
Correct terminolog" and
notation are alwa"s
used1 ma2ing it eas" to
understand what was
done!
Correct terminolog" and
notation are usuall"
used1 ma2ing it fairl"
eas" to understand what
was done!
Correct terminolog" and
notation are used1 but it is
sometimes not eas" to
understand what was
done!
There is little use1 or a
lot of inappropriate use1
of terminolog" and
notation!
Strategy,Proc
edures
T"picall"1 uses an
efficient and effective
strateg" to solve the
problem(s!
T"picall"1 uses an
effective strateg" to solve
the problem(s!
$ometimes uses an
effective strateg" to solve
problems1 but does not do
it consistentl"!
Rarel" uses an effective
strateg" to solve
problems!