MATH 450, Spring 2013
RUBRIC FOR FIRST PAPER
Mathematical
content
Mathematical
notation
Organization,
including
introduction
and conclusion
Grammar,
language,
spelling, and
punctuation
Flow, style,
and transitions
Miscellaneous:
two copies,
copy of articl
MATH 450: GUIDELINES FOR FINAL PRESENTATION
Spring 2013
As your final exam, you are required to make a presentation on the topic of your
major paper. These will take place on Tuesday April 30, 8:00-11:00 a.m. The
Mathematics faculty will be invited, and m
MATH 450, Spring 2013
RUBRIC FOR THE POSTER
Mathematical
content,
including
applications
Points
allotted
Not there or
nonsensical.
Vague or many
significant errors.
Level of content not
appropriate for this
course.
Somewhat vague, or
some errors or
omissi
MATH 450, Spring 2013
RUBRIC FOR SECOND PRESENTATION
Mathematical
and historical
content
Mathematical
notation
Organization,
including
introduction
and conclusion
PowerPoint
slides
Length of
Presentation
and Style
Points
allotted
Not there or
nonsensical
MATH 450: GUIDELINES FOR FINAL PAPER
Spring 2013
In this paper you are to explore in depth a topic in mathematics. This should not
be something from a previous course, though a previous course may suggest a good topic
to explore. You are expected to seek
GUIDELINES FOR FIRST PAPER Article Summary
MATH 450
Due Tuesday, January 22, 2012
1. Choose a partner with whom to work.
2. Choose an article from The American Mathematical Monthly, Mathematics Magazine,
or The College Mathematics Journal. These are avail
MATH 450, Spring 2013
RUBRIC FOR FINAL PAPER
Mathematical
content,
including any
applications
Mathematical
notation
Not there or
nonsensical
0 points
No notation
Points
allotted
Vague or
many
significant
errors
1 - 44 points
Significant
errors in use
of n
GUIDELINES FOR SECOND PAPER History Paper
MATH 450
Due Tuesday February 12, 2013
The purpose of this paper is to present a thoughtful examination of some aspect of the
history of mathematics. One approach could be to choose a topic and trace its
developme
MATH 450, Spring 2013
RUBRIC FOR SECOND PAPER
Mathematical
and historical
content
Mathematical
notation
Organization,
including
introduction
and conclusion
Grammar,
language,
spelling, and
punctuation
Flow, style,
and transitions
Miscellaneous:
two copies
MATH 450, Spring 2013
RUBRIC FOR FIRST PRESENTATION
Mathematical
content
Mathematical
notation
Organization,
including
introduction
and conclusion
PowerPoint
slides
Length of
Presentation
and Style
Not there or
nonsensical
Vague or
many
significant
errors
MATH 450: GUIDELINES FOR THE POSTER
Spring 2013
You are expected to prepare a poster on the same topic used for your final project.
This poster will be presented at the annual campus-wide Undergraduate Scholarship
Poster Session held in April.
The poster