In order to successfully be considered anything above a low-ranking agent, students must be able to have a working understanding of the concept of multiplication. Having knowledge of multiplication facts is also key in becoming an agent in good standing, as well being able to multiply both 2-digit numbers by single-digit numbers and 2-digit numbers by other 2-digit numbers. Students' abilities will be measured by their worksheet performance using the following rubric.
|#||Chief Agent||Top Agent||Basic Agent||Low-Ranking Agent||Score|
|What is Multiplication?||Fully understands the concept of multiplication||Understands the concept of multiplication||Somewhat understands the concept of multiplication||Does not understand the concept of multiplication||5 points|
|Multiplication Facts||Know all multiplication facts||Knows many multiplication facts||Knows some multiplication facts||Does not know any multiplication facts||5 points|
|Two on One||Can multiply any 2-digit number by 1-digit numbers||Can multiply many 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers||Can multiply some 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers||Cannot multiply 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers||5 points|
|Two on Two||Can multiply any 2-digit number by any other 2-digit number||Can multiply many 2-digit numbers by other 2-digit numbers||Can somewhat multiply 2-digit numbers by other 2-digit numbers||Cannot multiply 2-digit numbers by other 2-digit numbers||5 points|
Total Score: 20 points