Fraction Rubric

Could use either of the first five rows:

Name:

 

 

Super =
solve problem without any teacher prompt.

Close =
able to solve problem with a minor prompt and can solve another similar problem without a prompt.

Not yet =
not able to solve or confused even with generous prompt

NOTES

Name: Progessing Satisfactory Meets expectations Exceeds expectations
Name: Unsatisfactory Progessing Satisfactory Meets expectations
Name: Unsatisfactory Unsatisfactory Satisfactory Meets expectations
Name: Unsatisfactory Unsatisfactory Progessing Satisfactory

1. A fraction is equal parts of a whole

Counts parts without regard of having equal parts of a whole when determining fractional values. Uses the idea of equal parts of a whole when determining fractional values and for performing operations with fractional values only for fractional values with equal numbers of parts making the whole. Recognizes, when it is necessary, to determine equal parts for fractions with unlike denominators when comparing fractional values with different numbers of parts making the whole. Recognizes the need of having equal parts for fractions (with and without unlike denominators) when performing operations with fractional values.

2. Fraction values

     

Area models

     

Length / measurement models

       

Set models

     

3. Equivalent Fractions

     

Recognizes equivalent fractions

       

Can change fractions to different equivalent forms

       

Can compare fractions as equal, greater, or less

       

4. Value of one

     

5. Can add and subtract fractions of equal parts (common denominators)

       

6. Use of fractions in real contexts

       

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