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3 Point Holistic Rubric

A three-point response is complete and correct. This response: Demonstrates a thorough understanding of the mathematical concepts and/or procedures embodied in the task. ndicates that the student has completed the task correctl!" using mathematicall! sound procedures. #ontains clear" complete e$planations and/or ade%uate &ork &hen re%uired. A t&o-point response is partiall! correct. This response: Demonstrates partial understanding of the mathematical concepts/and or procedures embodied in the task. Addresses most aspects of the task" using mathematicall! sound procedures 'a! contain an incorrect solution but applies a mathematicall! appropriate process &ith (alid reasoning and/or e$planation 'a! contain a correct solution but pro(ides incomplete procedures" reasoning" and/or e$planation 'a! reflect some misunderstanding of the underl!ing mathematical concepts and/or procedures. A one-point response is incomplete and e$hibits man! fla&s but is not completel! incorrect. This response: Demonstrates onl! a limited understanding of the mathematical concepts/and or procedures embodied in the task. 'a! address some elements of the task correctl! but reaches an inade%uate solution and/or pro(ides reasoning that is fault! or incomplete )$hibits multiple fla&s related to a misunderstanding of important aspects of the task" misuse of mathematical procedures" or fault! mathematical reasoning Reflects a lack of essential understanding of the underl!ing mathematical concepts 'a! contain a correct numerical ans&er but re%uired &ork is not pro(ided A *ero-point response is completel! incorrect" irrele(ant or incoherent" or a correct response that &as arri(ed at using an ob(iousl! incorrect procedure.

3 Points

2 Points

1 Point

0 Points

+ Point Holistic Rubric


A t&o-point response is complete and correct. This response: Demonstrates a thorough understanding of the mathematical concepts and/or procedures embodied in the task. ndicates that the student has completed the task correctl!" using mathematicall! sound procedures. #ontains clear" complete e$planations and/or ade%uate &ork &hen re%uired. A one-point response is partiall! correct. This response: Demonstrates onl! partial understanding of the mathematical concepts/and or procedures embodied in the task. Addresses some elements of the task correctl! but ma! be incomplete or contain some procedural or conceptual fla&. 'a! contain an incorrect solution but applies a mathematicall! appropriate process. 'a! contain a correct numerical ans&er but re%uired &ork is not pro(ided. A *ero-point response is completel! incorrect" irrele(ant or incoherent" or a correct response that &as arri(ed at using an ob(iousl! incorrect procedure.

2 Points

1 Points

0 Points