Student Name ___________________________________________________________ Trimester ______ Date _______________________
Exhibition RubricInterest Project
Covers topic in-depthwith details andexamples. All content isin the students' ownwords and is accurate.Includes essentialknowledge about thetopic. Almost all contentis in the students’ ownwords and is accurate.At least half of thecontent is in thestudents’ own words butthere are some factualerrors.Content is minimal, thereare several factualerrors, or less than half of the content is in thestudents’ own words.
Visuals are studentcreated. They are neatand can be easily seen.Student explains allvisuals.Visuals are studentcreated. They are neatand most can be seen.Student explains mostvisuals.Visuals may not be neator may be difficult tosee. Student onlyexplains some visuals.Visuals are insufficient,sloppy, or difficult to see.Student doesn’t explainvisuals.
Student summarizes thebook. Summary includesthe main characters,setting, problem, mainevents, and solution.Student summarizesthe book, but leaves outone requiredcomponent.Student shares asummary, but it lacks2-3 requiredcomponents.Student attempts tosummarize the book, butonly includes 1 requiredcomponent.
Student readsparagraph(s) during theExhibition and has earneda 3 or 4 on the writingrubric.Student readsparagraph(s) during theExhibition and hasearned a 2 on thewriting rubric.Student readsparagraph(s) duringthe Exhibition andhas earned a 1 onthe writing rubric.
Student reads paragraph(s)during the Exhibition andhas earned a 0 on thewriting rubric, or student didnot read writing at theExhibition.
4 3 2 1MathematicalConcepts
Explanation showscomplete understandingof the mathematicalconcepts used to solvethe problem(s). Studentshows example andgives an explanation.Explanation showssubstantialunderstanding of themathematical conceptsused to solve theproblem(s). Studentexplains most but not allthe steps needed tosolve the problem.Explanation showssome understanding of the mathematicalconcepts needed tosolve the problem(s).Student only explainssome of the stepsneeded to solve theproblem.Explanation shows verylimited understanding of the underlying conceptsneeded to solve theproblem(s).