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# 4-7 Grade Span:

## 5th Grade constructed response

Fifth Grade Selected Response
12.23 x 10 = 122.3

True

False

True

False

0.56 x 10 = 56.0

True

False

0.56 x 10 = 5.6

True

False

75 x 100 = 750

True

False

Rubric:
3 All Correct
2 3 or 4 correct
1 1 or 2 correct
0 None correct

## 7th Grade Extended response

Rubric
Writing Format and Grading Rubric for POWs
I. PROBLEM STATEMENT (2)

Writeaconcisestatementoftheproblem.Writeclearlyenoughsothatsomeonepickingupyour
II. PLANNING and PROCESS (4)
Tell what you did to prepare to solve the problem. How did the problem seem to you when you
first read it? Consider what you are asked to find, what you know, what you need to know, and what
strategies you can use. Is this problem like any others you've done? Before you begin working, make a
guess at the answer to the problem.
Explain in detail what you did to solve the problem. Use charts and graphs where appropriate.
Tell what worked, what didn't work, and what you did when you got stuck. Did you get help from anyone?
What kind of help?
III. CONCLUSION and ANSWER (2 & 1)

State your answer(s) to the problem. Does the answer make sense? Could there be other correct
answers? Compare your final answer with your original guess. What did you learn from this problem that
could help you to solve other problems?

10 pts Shows and Tell + Answer
All four sections are written; restate, process,
Process is very well written with show and tell
Show: the work is shown, calculations, tables,
charts, patterns
TELL: a good description of what work was
done

## 8 pts Show and tell (wrong answer)

All four sections are written; restate, process,
Process (wether good or bad process) is very
well written with show and tell
Show: the work is shown but may be inaccurate
TELL: a good description of what work was
done
Answer may be incorrect, but with a real good
showing of the work

## 6 pts Show and tell + Answer

All four sections are written; restate, process,
Process is adequately written with either Show
or Tell missing
Show; the work is shown, calculations, tables,
charts, patterns
TELL; a good description of what work was
done
0 < x < 4; Poor
Some of the four sections are missing
Process is poorly written either SHOW or Tell
missing
Process is a bad one

## 4 pts Show and Tell (wrong answer)

All four sections are written: restate, process,
Process is adequately written with either show
and tell missing
Wrong process used

## Student Work Samples

High

Medium

Low

Reflection:
This type of common core assessment is different from traditional assessment in that the
student must not only show how they got their answer, but also explain why it is the
correct answer. This is an essential part of the rubric if the student cannot explain why
their answer is correct, then the teacher can assume that they dont know how they came
to that answer. In the above examples, the student also needs to create a table or chart.
The student then needs to be able to analyze the chart to explain why their answer is
correct. So not only does the student have to get the correct answer, they have to create a
chart showing how they got the answer, and then analyze the chart to explain why they