The student will show results to the teacher. They will be evaluated in four categories: Budget, Graph, Equation, and Task Completion. The budget category will evaluate how well the student allocated his/her money. The graph category will evaluate how well the student graph his/her results. The equation category will evaluate how well the student was able to come up with an equation and use it to estimate how long it will take to save up for a laptop. The task completion category will evaluate how well the student completed all of the tasks listed. Students can receive a score ranging from 1-4, 1 is the beginning level, 2 is developing, 3 is very good, and 4 is exemplary.
|Budget||The student went over his/her budget by more than $50.||The student went over his/her budget by less than $50.||The student did no allocate the entire budget, but did not go over.||The student allocated the budget perfectly (used all of the money but did not go over).||4|
|Graph||The student did not create a graph.||The student created a graph with three or more errors.||The student created a graph with 1-2 errors.||The student created a graph with no errors.||4|
|Equation||The student didn't create an equation.||The student only came up with one equation, or two equations with two or more errors.||The student did both equations with one error.||The student did both equations with no errors.||4|
|Task Completion||The student only picked out a laptop. Didn't complete any further tasks.||The student only completed the budget, but didn't formulate any equations.||The student completed almost all of the tasks in the assignment, but didn't go back and redo the budget.||The student completed all tasks in the assignment.||4|
Total Score: 16