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Using Graphic Organizer

Hello Class! I have created a Concept Map that wants you to dig
deeper into understanding how area is providing a foundation
for our understanding of mathematics in this higher-level class.
The point of this organizer is to jot down your ideas of what you
think each question means and to then collaborate with your
table partner to enhance your understanding. I don’t expect you
to be able to answer all questions without discussing, so you are
able to use outside sources to help locate the information, use
your classmates, and myself. You must have at least one
multimedia item added to your chart, but I do encourage
exploring your options and looking at things such as videos,
pictures, or examples of work that relates to the topic. Below I
have provided a checklist to make sure that you have completed
the activity correctly and at the end we will have small
presentations to be able to allow the class to add any information
they find might be helpful in their understanding. Students will
have two chances to present with their partner and if they did not
receive the score that they had envisioned they can choose to
revise their work to then go again on a make-up presentation
day.
CHECKLIST
o Did I read all the questions before starting the activity?
o If applicable, did I circle any questions that needed
clarification to then present to the teacher?
o Did I add at least one multimedia item to serve as an
example and/or clarification?
o Have I collaborated with my table partner to fill in the
information I do not feel strongly about?
o If applicable, did I seek help from one other pair before
coming up to the teacher to get guidance on how to answer
some questions?
o Could I present my information with my table partner to the
class?
Rubic for Concept Map on Area
15-14 points: Was able to articulate thoughts to the classroom,
grasp the concept of the lesson, and display the relationship that
Area has to the real world. Added one multimedia that was
relevant to the topic/subtopic and could explain why this was
chosen. Answered three questions presented by the class to
check for understanding/ to provide clarification.
13-11 points: Was able to articulate thoughts to the classroom
but needed more practice establishing the relationship that Area
had to the real world. Added one multimedia that was relevant to
the topic/subtopic and could explain why this was chosen.
Answered three questions presented by the class to check for
understanding/ to provide clarification.
10-9 points: Articulated some thoughts to the classroom, but had
trouble piecing the information together. Added one multimedia
that was relevant to the topic/subtopic but the explanation was
short. Answered three questions presented by the class to check
for understanding/ to provide clarification.
8-7 points: Articulated some thoughts to the classroom, but had
trouble piecing the information together. Added one Multimedia
where the connection to the material was not clear and the
explanation did not clarify. Answered three questions presented
by the class to check for understanding/ to provide clarification.
6-0 points: Did not finish assignment to the best of their ability.
Was unable to present due to lack of information.
*Numbering of this rubric was utilized from Dr. Henning’s
Format in his EDSC 340 Class.