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# Justin Lenhardt

Education 887XB
6 April, 2016
Professor Limpert
21st Century Skills

## 1. Outcome: MA12.1- Students will identify and depict different forms

of function families, reproducing their characteristics such as
continuity, family, and critical points from memory. Students will
show mastery through making predictions about features of
equations
a. Real Life Skill 1: Understanding changes in environments
where data is collected, such as market crashes, effects of
disease and vaccines on population, etc.
b. Real Life Skill 2: Student ability to use graphical and
mathematical skills to track self-improvement, and integrate
into daily tasks.
2. Assessment Types:
a. Real Life Skill 1: Students will examine population, market, or
production graphs for critical points, discontinuity and future
performance, being careful to focus on features, not equation
variables. Students will be interviewed by the instructor and asked a
series of questions regarding their assessment, and what they learned
from history or research that contributed to the changes in their graph.
b. Real Life Skill 2: Students will chart a time-sensitive part of their life
for a week, and be charged with analyzing their results for critical
points, the meaning of critical points, and the function family their
graph belongs to. Students will produce an analysis of their progress
using these criteria, and will turn it in to the instructor at the end of the
week, interpreting their progress and commenting on how they could
use such tools for their own betterment.
3. Grading
a. Real Life Skill 1: A scoring checklist will be used for this interview.
Criteria
Student cites
specific causes
for changes in
their graph
related to real
time events.
Student
understands
how such

Yes

No

Comments

event effected
the information
they are
presenting to
instructor.
Students
understand
which points in
graphical
representation
s could be
considered
critical points
or
discontinuous.
Students can
answer
questions
regarding longterm effects of
events that
significantly
changed graph
structure, and
making
reference to
critical points.
b. Real Life Skill 2: Real life skill 2 will be graded by rubric, focusing on
student ability to effectively track their own habits and thoroughly
analyze their own behavior honestly.
Attribute/
Score (out of 50)
Accuracy (25pts)

2
Excellent
Work
Students
track
activities
consistentl
y, dont
skip days,
and
approximat
e
equations
well.

1
Acceptable
Work
Students
track their
activities
consistently,
though
some gaps
and rough
patches of
data exist.

0Unacceptable
Student data
is scattered
and
inconsistent.

Points
Scored

Interpretation(15p
ts)

Effectiveness
(10pts)

Points:

Students
are quick
and
accurate in
seeing
trends in
their own
data, and
even
adjusting
habits to
improve
performanc
e.
Students
come up
with
excellent
plans to
continue
recording
data.

Students
understand
general
up/down
trends in
their data,
and
understand
what is
affecting it
at least
vaguely.

Students make
not efforts to
understand
what causes
changes in
their graphs.

Students
come up
with
acceptable
plans to
track data.

Student has
weak or
nonexistent
plan to
continue
tracking
improvement.
Total: