FIBONACCI RUBRIC

Project Grading

STUDENT:

DATE:

 

 

 

 

 

 

CATEGORY

4
Exceeds Standards

3

Meets Standards

2
Partially Meets Standards

1
Minimally Meets Standards

SCORE

Social Studies
and MST/

NETS/ Big6 Skills Standards:
Gather and organize information sources

4 Points


At least six sources were visited during Fibonacci unit.

 

3 Points

 

Four sources were visited during Fibonacci unit.

 

2 Points

 

Three sources were visited during Fibonacci unit.

 

1 Point

 

Two or fewer sources were visited during Fibonacci unit.

 

 

Note Taking

4 Points
Note cards indicate student accurately researched at least three varied information sources, recorded and interpreted statements, graphics and questions and evaluated alternative points of view.

3 Points
Note cards show student recorded relevant information from four multiple sources of information, evaluated and synthesized relevant information.

2 Points

Note cards show student members utilized only three resources, and misinterpreted statements, graphics and questions and failed to identify relevant arguments.

1 Points

Note cards show student recorded no information from resources, and ignored alternative points of view.

 

Math:
Number and Numeration

 4 points
Student successfully demonstrates the concept of ratio and percent through problems related to actual situations.

3 points
Student demon-strates the concept of ratio and percent through problems related to actual situations with only 1 or 2 errors.

2 points
Student demon-strates the concept of ratio and percent through problems related to actual situations with 3 5 errors.

1 points
Student demon-strates the concept of ratio and percent through problems related to actual situations with only more than 5 errors.

 

Math: Measurement

 4 points
Student successfully demonstrates the concept of ratio and percent through problems related to actual situations.

3 points
Student demon-strates the concept of ratio and percent through problems related to actual situations with only 1 or 2 errors.

2 points
Student demon-strates the concept of ratio and percent through problems related to actual situations with 3 5 errors.

1 points
Student demon-strates the concept of ratio and percent through problems related to actual situations with only more than 5 errors.

 

ELA:
Capitalization

4 Points

Names and sentences, I, days of the week and/or places begin with a capital letter.

3 Points

Sentences and names consistently begin with a capital letter.

2 Points

Names or sentences begin with a capital letter.

0 Points

No capitals.

 

ELA:
Punctuation

4 Points

 

Student uses periods, !, , and/or ? to make writing more descriptive.

3 Points

 

Student consistently uses a period.

2 Points

 

Student uses a period some of the time.

0 Points

 

No punctuation.

 

ELA:
Grammar /Sentence Structure

4 Points

 

Student wrote in complete, meaningful sentences where required. The composition has no grammatical errors or spelling mistakes.

3 Points

 

Student wrote in well-formed sentences where required. The composition has few grammar mistakes.

2 Points

 

Student uses generally correct complete sentences when required. The composition has some grammar mistakes.

1 Points

 

Student does not use complete sentences when required. The composition has many grammar mistakes.

 

TECHNOLOGY:
Blog Participation

4 Points

 

Student responded to more than three students for each Blog topic and posted own responses timely.

3 Points

 

Student responded to three students for each Blog topic and posted own responses timely.

2 Points

 

Student responded to only 1 or 2 students on average for each Blog topic and/or did not post own responses timely.

1 Points

 

Student did not respond to other students for each Blog topic and did not post responses for all topics and/or did not post own responses timely.

 

TECHNOLOGY:
Internet Use

4 Points
Successfully uses suggested internet links to find information and navigates within these sites easily without assistance.

3 Points
Usually able to use suggested internet links to find information and navigates within these sites easily without assistance.

2 Points

Occasionally able to use suggested internet links to find information and navigates within these sites easily without assistance.

1 Points
Needs assistance or supervision to use suggested internet links and/or to navigate within these sites.

TECHNOLOGY:
PDA usage (if used instead of index cards)

4 Points
Successfully uses handheld PDA unit to keep notes instead of index cards and downloads information to computer easily without assistance.

3 Points
Usually able to use handheld PDA unit to keep notes instead of index cards and downloads information to computer easily without assistance.

2 Points

Occasionally able to handheld PDA unit to keep notes instead of index cards, but requires some assistance to

1 Points
Needs assistance or supervision to use handheld PDA unit to keep notes instead of index cards,

 

Technology:
Graphic Application

4 Points
Successfully uses graphing software to produce detailed and accurate graphs that visually explain the data and results of the projects.

3 Points
Successfully uses graphing software to produce detailed and accurate graphs that visually explain the data and results of the projects, needed minimal assistance.

2 Points

Uses graphing software to produce graphs that do not accurately visually explain the data and results of the projects and needed significant assistance.

1 Points
Needs assistance or supervision to use graphing software to produce graphs; and graphs did not accurately visually explain the data and results of the projects and

 

MUSIC:
Hand Signs

4 Points
Student performed Curwen hand signs correctly with no errors.

3 Points
Student performed Curwen hand signs with only one error, which student corrected when prompted.

2 Points
Student performed Curwen hand signs correctly with more than two errors, which students corrected when prompted.

0 Points
Student did not perform Curwen hand signs or made more than two errors or was unable to correct hand signs when prompted.

 

MUSIC:
Singing

4 Points
Student sang in tune, in time, with excellent vocal production, breath support and enthusiasm.

3 Points
Student sang in tune, in time, with good vocal pro-duction, breath support and enthusiasm.

2 Points
Student sang with enthusiasm but was pitchy at times. Student could correct pitch when directed. Vocal production and/or breath support need(s) improvement.

1 Point
Student did not sing or sang without enthusiasm. Student but was pitchy at times, but could not correct pitch with direction. Vocal production and/or breath support need(s) improvement.

 

Teamwork

4 Points

The group documents how members brainstormed, discussed, assumed roles and solved problems.

Teacher observation over the five class period that the project is clearly a group effort.

3 Points

The group documents how members divided tasks, shared the workload and managed problems in a way that advanced the group goal.

Teacher observation over the five class period that at times no more than half of the group was working cooperatively.

2 Points

The group occasionally helped one another but required teacher assistance to resolve differences.

One person documents that he/she did most of the work and/or problems were not managed in a way that advanced the group goal.

1 point

The group required teacher assistance with dividing tasks and resolving differences.

Few people contributed their fair share of work.

 

Total Points

0

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FINAL GRADE:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LEVELS

SCORE

 

 

 

 

4 - Exceeds Standards

48- 56

 

 

 

 

3 - Meets Standards

36- 47

 

 

 

 

2 - Partially Meets Standards

26- 35

 

 

 

 

1 - Minimally Meets Standards

1 - 25

 

 

 

 

 

RESOURCES:

Rubistar Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators - Assessment Rubrics

http://rubistar.4teachers.org http://school.discovery.com/schrockguide/assess.html

 

University of Wisconsin Stout
http://www.uwstout.edu/soe/profdev/pptrubric.html

Teach-nology
http://teach-nology.com/web_tools/rubrics/general/