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Student demonstrates little or no understanding of the concepts and procedures by mastery of little to none of the standards outlined in the summative assessment. Algebraic work is neat, but contains many errors in computation and shown steps. Explanations appear unrelated to the problems and have little to no key elements. Mathematical language is used inappropriately.
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On each summative assessment, you will receive a report on the standards that you mastered and the ones you need to improve upon. It will then be scored according the above rubric. There will also be descriptive feedback on specific problems designed to help you improve your understanding, and if you decide to retake, help you improve your score. Each standard is assessed separately.
If you choose to retake, you only have to retake the standards you missed. I will use the most recent demonstration of learning to give a final grade.
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