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# Survival guide to integers grading rubric name

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SURVIVAL GUIDE TO INTEGERS GRADING RUBRIC NAME: _______________________________________ Possible Points Your score Cover and Theme Contains Theme 5 Says Survival Guide to Integers 3 Neat and interesting 2 Intro to Integers What are integers (definition/examples) 6 Where used in real-life 6 Opposite definition/examples 4 Absolute value definition/examples 4 Addition Add with chips (zero pairs) 3 Add on number line 3 Add mathematically 3 Written explanation 4 Wide variety of examples 4 Four word problems with +/- integers 3 Subtraction Subtract with chips (zero pairs) 4 Subtract on number line 4 Subtract mathematically 6 Written explanation 6 Wide variety of examples 6 Four word problems with +/- integers 4 Multiplication/ Division Kissing Rule table with theme 4 Apply rules in examples 3 Written explanation 4 5 problems 3 5 order of operation problems 3 10 correct answers listed 3 TOTAL 100

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Created by Lance Mangham, 6 th grade teacher, Carroll ISD Activity 3-26: How Do I Learn Name: In the space provided write an “A” if you agree or a “D” if you disagree. 1. I prefer reading a story rather than listening to someone tell it. 2. I would rather watch television than listen to the radio/IPod. 3. I remember faces better than names. 4. I like classrooms with lots of posters and pictures around the room. 5. The appearance of my handwriting is important to me. 6. I think more often in pictures. 7. I am distracted by visual disorder or movement. 8. I have difficulty remembering directions that were told to me. 9. I would rather watch athletic events than participate in them. 10. I tend to organize my thoughts by writing them down. 11. My facial expression is a good indicator of my emotions. 12. I tend to remember names better than faces. 13. I would enjoy taking part in dramatic events like plays. 14. I tend to sub vocalize and think in sounds. 15. I am easily distracted by sounds. 16. I easily forget what I read unless I talk about it. 17. I would rather listen to the radio/IPod than watch TV. 18. My handwriting is not very good. 19. When faced with a problem, I tend to talk it through. 20. I express my emotions verbally. 21. I would rather be in a group discussion than read about a topic. 22. I prefer talking on the phone rather than writing a letter/email to someone. 23. I would rather participate in athletic events than watch them. 24. I prefer going to museums when I can touch exhibits. 25. My handwriting gets worse when the space becomes smaller. 26. My mental pictures are usually accompanied by movement. 27. I like being outdoors and doing things like biking, camping, swimming, hiking, etc. 28. I remember best what was done rather than what was seen or talked about.
Created by Lance Mangham, 6 th grade teacher, Carroll ISD 29. When faced with a problem, I often select the solution involving the greatest activity.

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