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Summative Assessment: Multimedia Presentation

Directions: Over this geometry unit, you and your classmates have learned about a
number of major theorems. For this presentation, your group will become the
expert on one of the major theorems weve studied in class so far. Each group of
four will sign up for a desired theorem and have it approved by me. Once you
select your theorem, you will prove this theorem. Extra credit will be given for
proving the theorem in a way different from the one presented in class. Each
student in the group will then
create a problem that utilizes the theorem. These problems can either be problemsolving applications using the theorem or may be new results (theorems) that can
be proved using the major theorem. (Note: These problems need to be of sufficient
length and should not be one-step problems.) After gathering all of your
information, you will present this in a multimedia presentation. You may use
PowerPoint, Prezi, or another presentation technology tool you are familiar with. All
diagrams must be created in GeoGebra. Below is the rubric I will use to grade your
presentations. Each member of the group will receive the group grade; there will be
no individual grades given for this project.

Subject Knowledge

Citing Sources
(Where you found
the proofs and
problems.)
Organization

Example Problems

Excellent 4

Good 3

Satisfactory -2

Subject knowledge
is evident
throughout the
entire project. All
information is
clear, appropriate,
and correct.
All sources are
properly cited.

Subject knowledge
is evident in much
of the project.
Most information is
clear, appropriate,
and correct.
Most sources are
properly cited.

Some subject
knowledge is
evident. Some
information is
confusing,
incorrect, or
flawed.
Few sources are
properly cited.

The project AND


proofs are
presented in a
clear, logical, and
direct manner.

The project and


most of the proofs
are presented in a
clear, logical, and
direct manner.

The project and


proofs are
presented in a
somewhat logical
way.

Each student in
the group correctly
presents a detailed
solution to a
problem utilizing
the major theorem
the group has
presented on.

Each student in
the group presents
a mostly correct
and detailed
solution to a
problem utilizing
the major
theorem.

At least one
student does not
present a solution
to an example
problem; or the
problems the
students present
on do not use the
major theorem.

Additional Criteria:

All diagrams are created using GeoGebra (1 point)

Needs
Improvement -1
Subject knowledge
is not evident.
Information is
confusing,
incorrect, or
flawed.
No sources are
properly cited.
Neither the project
nor proofs are
logical. The
presentation is
difficult to follow or
understand.
No problems are
presented during
the presentation.

New proof to major theorem (1 extra credit point)

Total Score: ___/17 points