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For the second grading quarter, students are required to complete and submit a project about Expressions and Equations. The project must be submitted by October 21, 2022. The project gives students a chance to be creative in math class while earning a possible 100 points for the first quarter, which is equal to 20 daily grades. The project must be at least as large as a sheet of notebook paper. See the rubric below to earn the best grade possible.
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Project was turned in on time. Project was turned in 1 day late. Project was turned in 2 days late. Project is missing or was more than 2 days late.
Project contains the terms in the 1-point category, plus several others pertaining to expressions and equations. All information about terms is correctly shown/stated. Project shows several examples of the different number types. Project contains the terms in the 1-point category plus a few more terms. All information was mostly accurate. Project includes examples of each expression and equation term. Project contains at least the following terms:
exponent properties, square roots, cube roots, scientific notation, graphing equations, unit rate, slopes, proportional relationships, solving equations and systems of equations. Project does not include all the terms listed under the
Project is neatly done, colorful, and eye-catching. Project is neatly done and colorful. Project is somewhat neatly done. Project is difficult to read or comprehend.
Project clearly shows the similarities and differences of expressions and equations, the different types of both, and can be recognized at a glance. Project correctly shows the similarities and differences of expressions and equations and the different types of both. Project somewhat correctly shows different types of expressions and equations as well as the similarities and differences between the two. Project lacks some of the different types of expressions and equations or does not show the similarities and differences between the two.
Good luck with your project! If you have questions, ask Mrs. Sigman.