### Rubrics and Other Scoring Methods - Exercises

```Example #1 – Math Problem Solving
(for scoring exercise slides 22 – 24)
2
1
0
Understanding Complete
the Problem
understanding of
the problem
Part of the problem Complete
misunderstood or
misunderstanding
misinterpreted
of the problem
Planning a
Solution
Plan could have
led to a correct
solution if
implemented
properly
Partially correct
plan based on part
of the problem
being interpreted
correctly
No attempt, or
totally
inappropriate plan
Getting an
and correct label
Copying error,
computational
error, partial
problem with
based on an
inappropriate plan
(NCTM, 1987, 1991)
1
Example #2 – 6th grade writing
(for scoring exercise slides 28 – 29)
4
Task has a focus sentence, details, and conclusion, plus it
includes a particularly compelling response to the prompt, for
example with especially vivid details.
3
Task is has a focus sentence, details, and conclusion.
2
Task is has some attempt at a focus sentence, details, and
conclusion.
1
Task does not have a focus sentence, details, and conclusion.
2
Example #3 – Kindergarten –
Making Equal Sets
(for scoring exercise slide 32)
3
Elements of each set are organized in a single line. There is a
one-to-one correspondence between elements of each set.
2
There is an attempt at organizing elements of each set and
showing correspondence between elements of each set. These
attempts are not entirely successful.
1
Elements of each set are not organized. No correspondence is
shown between elements of each set.
3
```