Reflection: Unit Exams Cubic Equations Quiz - Section 2: Grading the Quiz


When grading a quiz, I don't think of it as a hunt for mistakes.  Rather, I'm searching for evidence of understanding.  I award partial credit based on this viewpoint.

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  Unit Exams: Awarding Partial Credit
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Cubic Equations Quiz

Unit 3: Cubic Functions
Lesson 13 of 13

Objective: SWBAT draw and interpret graphs of cubic functions. SWBAT factor and expand polynomial equations. SWBAT draw conclusions about the graph of a cubic function from its equation, and vice versa.

Big Idea: We've spent a long time practicing. Now it's time to demonstrate what you've learned!

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Math, polynomial equation, cubic equations, factor theorem, roots (Algebra), Graphing (Algebra), Algebra 2, master teacher project, assessment, grading, cubic functions, Algebra 2, function
  45 minutes
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