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Achievement

Level

0

SBP:

Unsatisfactory

1-2

SBP:

1=Unsatisfactory

2= Partially

proficient

3-4

Partially

proficient

IB Level Descriptor

The student does not reach a standard

described by any of the descriptors given

below.

The student attempts to make deductions

when solving simple problems in familiar

contexts.

Decoder

the descriptors given below

Knowledge of Understanding.

simple problems in familiar situations.

information to show that they understand at least part of the

problem.

The answer to the problem is not completely correct.

Correct use of math vocabulary and symbols is limited and

sometimes incorrect.

The problem given is easier and similar to those that have

been seen in class.

When solving a problem, students include some of the

information to show that they understand at least part of the

problem.

Sometimes answers are correct and other times only part of

the answer is correct.

Correct use of math vocabulary and symbols is limited.

The problem given is more difficult but still similar to those

that have been seen in class.

When solving a problem, students include most or all of the

information to show that they understand the problem.

Usually the answer to the problem is correct.

Math vocabulary and symbols are used correctly.

The problem given is more difficult but still similar to those

that have been seen in class.

When solving a problem, students include all needed

information to show that they completely understand the

problem.

The answer to the problem is almost always correct.

Math vocabulary and symbols are used correctly.

The problem given is more difficult and is different than

those seen before in class.

deductions when solving simple and morecomplex problems in familiar contexts.

when solving simple and more complex problems in

familiar situations.

5-6

Proficient

7-8

Advanced

deductions when solving challenging

problems in a variety of familiar contexts.

when solving challenging problems in a variety of

familiar situations.

appropriate deductions when solving

challenging problems in a variety of

contexts including unfamiliar situations.

when solving challenging problems in a variety of

situations including unfamiliar ones.

Notes

1. Assessment tasks should allow students to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the concepts and skills within the appropriate level of MYP mathematics.

2. Assessment tasks for this criterion are likely to be class tests and/or examinations. Teachers are encouraged to use other tasks also, such as open-ended investigations.

3. Assessment tasks should provide students with problems set in a variety of contexts.

SBP: Standards Based Progress

Criteria: B Investigating Patterns

Achievement

Level

IB Level Descriptor

0

SBP:

Unsatisfactory

described by any of the descriptors given

below.

The student applies, with some guidance,

mathematical problem-solving techniques to

recognize simple patterns.

of the descriptors given below

Investigating Patterns.

The student applies, with some guidance problemsolving methods with simple patterns.

mathematical problem-solving techniques to

recognize patterns, and suggests

relationships or general rules.

The student selects and applies

mathematical problem-solving techniques to

recognize patterns, describes them as

relationships or general rules, and draws

conclusions consistent with findings.

The student selects and applies mathematical problemsolving methods with patterns, suggests relationships or

general rules.

The student selects and applies mathematical problemsolving methods with patterns, describes them as

relationships or general rules, and draws conclusions

consistent with results/answers.

1-2

SBP:

1=Unsatisfactory

2= Partially

proficient

3-4

Partially proficient

5-6

Proficient

Decoder

7-8

Advanced

mathematical problem-solving techniques to

recognize patterns, describes them as

relationships or general rules, draws

conclusions consistent with findings, and

provides justifications or proofs.

The student selects and applies mathematical problemsolving methods with patterns, describes them as

relationships or general rules, draws conclusions

consistent with results/answers, and provides

justifications or proofs.

asking.

The student is not aware of the changes in the pattern.

The student can solve the problem with assistance.

The student begins to understand what the problem is

asking.

The student can describe changes in the pattern.

The student clearly understands what the problem is

asking.

The student knows which problem-solving methods to

apply.

The student can communicate their problem-solving

methods.

The student can use the answer to draw conclusions

based on the changes in the pattern.

The student clearly understands what the problem is

asking.

The student knows which problem-solving methods to

apply.

The student can communicate their problem-solving

methods.

The student can use the answer to draw conclusions

based on the changes in the pattern.

The student can reflect on the conclusions and

communicate those correctly using writing, pictures

or presentations.

Notes

1. Assessment tasks should allow students to demonstrate their ability to apply and reason using concepts and skills of the appropriate level of MYP mathematics.

2. Assessment tasks for this criterion are likely to be reasoned pieces of work, including open-ended investigations set in a variety of contexts.

3. Little credit should be given for knowledge and understanding which is assessed using criterion A.

SBP: Standards Based Progress

Criteria: C communication in mathematics

Achievement

Level

0

SBP:

Unsatisfactory

1-2

SBP:

Partially

Proficient

IB Level Descriptor

The student does not reach a standard

described by any of the descriptors given

below.

The student shows basic use of mathematical

language and/or forms of mathematical

representation. The lines of reasoning are

difficult to follow.

Decoder

of the descriptors given below

grade on Communication in Mathematics.

appropriate forms of representation. . The students

reasoning is difficult to follow.

symbols, and/or words, although some mistakes may

be present.

The student answers parts of the problem, but the

solution may be unclear or hard to follow.

The student can sometimes show solutions in more

than one form and may make connections between

the representations

The student usually can show solutions using

numbers, symbols, and/or words properly.

The student answers most parts of the problem in a

way that is often clear, mostly complete, and fairly

easy to follow.

The student can usually show solutions in more than

one form while making connections between the

representations

The student can show solutions using numbers,

symbols, and/or words properly.

The student answers all parts of the problem in a

clear and complete solution that is easy to follow.

The student can show solutions in more than one

form while making connections between the

representations.

3-4

SBP:

Proficient

5-6

SBP:

Advanced

mathematical language and forms of

mathematical representation.

The lines of reasoning are clear though not

always logical or complete.

The student moves between different forms

of representation with some success.

and appropriate forms of representation.

The students reasoning is clear though not always

logical or complete.

The student moves between different forms of

representation with some success.

language and forms of mathematical

representation.

The lines of reasoning are concise, logical

and complete.

The student moves effectively between

different forms of representation.

appropriate forms of representations.

The student moves effectively between different forms

of representation.

Notes

1. Assessment tasks should allow students to communicate effectively when using concepts and skills of the appropriate level of MYP mathematics.

2. Assessment tasks for criteria A, B and D can also be used for this criterion

SBP: Standards Based Progress

Criteria: D Reflection in mathematics

Achievement

Level

0

SBP:

Unsatisfact

ory

1-2

SBP:

Partially

Proficient

3-4

SBP:

Proficient

5-6

SBP:

Advanced

IB Level Descriptor

Decoder

described by any of the descriptors given

below.

the descriptors given below

Reflection in mathematics.

or her results make sense in the context of the

problem.

The student attempts to describe the

importance of his or her findings in

connection to real life.

The student correctly but briefly explains

whether his or her results make sense in the

context of the problem and describes the

importance of his or her findings in

connection to real life.

The student attempts to justify the degree of

accuracy of his or her results where

appropriate.

The student critically explains whether his or

her results make sense in the context of the

problem and provides a detailed explanation

of the importance of his or her findings in

connection to real life. The student justifies

the degree of accuracy of his or her results

where appropriate.

The student suggests improvements to the

method when necessary.

make sense in the context of the problem.

The student can see and connect their results to real

life.

explain if their answer is reasonable.

The student can see and connect their results to real

life.

The student attempts to justify or give some reasons

why their level of accuracy is appropriate.

results and make connections to real life.

The student correctly but briefly explains whether his/her

results make sense in the context of the problem.

The student describes the importance of his/her results and

makes connections to real life.

The student attempts to justify the level of accuracy of

his/her results when appropriate.

The student critically explains whether his/her results make

sense in the context of the problem and provides a detailed

explanation of the importance of his/her results in

connection to real life.

The student justifies the level of accuracy of his/her results

where appropriate.

The student suggests improvements when necessary.

explain if their answer is reasonable.

The student can see and explain in detail how their

results are important to real life.

The student can justify or give reasons why their level

of accuracy is appropriate.

The student can suggest improvements to the way

they solved the problem

when necessary.

Notes

1. Describe: present an account without providing reasons or explanations.

2. Explain: give a detailed account including reasons, causes or justifications. Explanations should answer the questions why and how.

SBP: Standards Based Progress

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