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Name

Date

Grade5
Master8.1

UnitRubric:FractionsandDecimals
Level1

Level2

Level3

Level4

makesandcarriesout
aplantoposeand
solveproblemswith
decimalsand
fractions,usinga
limitedrangeof
appropriatestrategies
rarelyresultsinan
accuratesolution

makesandcarriesout
aplantoposeand
solveproblemswith
decimalsand
fractions,usingsome
appropriatestrategies
usuallyresultsina
partiallyaccurate
solution

makesandcarriesout
aplantoposeand
solveproblemswith
decimalsand
fractions,using
appropriatestrategies
usuallyresultsinan
accuratesolution

makesandcarriesout
aplantoposeand
solveproblemswith
decimalsandfractions
accurately,using
appropriatestrategies
thatmayofferan
innovativeapproach

maybeunableto
demonstrateand
explain:
equivalentfractions
anddecimals
patternsinvolving
fractions
fractions,improper
fractions,mixed
numbers,andtheir
relationships
relationshipof
fractionstodivision
andtodecimals
estimationofdecimal
productsand
quotients
justificationfor
chosenstrategies

mayonlybepartially
abletodemonstrate
andexplain:
equivalentfractions
anddecimals
patternsinvolving
fractions
fractions,improper
fractions,mixed
numbers,andtheir
relationships
relationshipof
fractionstodivision
andtodecimals
estimationof
decimalproducts
andquotients
justificationfor
chosenstrategies

demonstratesand
explains:
equivalentfractions
anddecimals
patternsinvolving
fractions
fractions,improper
fractions,mixed
numbers,andtheir
relationships
relationshipof
fractionstodivision
andtodecimals
estimationof
decimalproducts
andquotients
justificationfor
chosenstrategies

invariouscontexts,
demonstratesand
explains:
equivalentfractions
anddecimals
patternsinvolving
fractions
fractions,improper
fractions,mixed
numbers,andtheir
relationships
relationshipof
fractionstodivision
andtodecimals
estimationofdecimal
productsand
quotients
justificationfor
chosenstrategies

wthlimited
effectiveness:
comparesandorders
fractions,improper
fractions,andmixed
numbers
multipliesand
dividesdecimalsby
10and100

withsome
effectiveness:
comparesand
ordersfractions,
improperfractions,
andmixednumbers
multipliesand
dividesdecimalsby
10and100

withconsiderable
effectiveness:
comparesand
ordersfractions,
improperfractions,
andmixednumbers
multipliesand
dividesdecimalsby
10and100

withahighdegreeof
effectiveness:
comparesand
ordersfractions,
improperfractions,
andmixednumbers
multipliesand
dividesdecimalsby
10and100

needsassistanceto
presentwork,describe
procedures,and
expressmathematical
thinkingoftenunclear
andimprecisewithlittle
mathematicallanguage

presentswork,
describesprocedures,
andexpresses
mathematicalthinking
withsomeclarity,
precision,and
mathematical
language

presentswork,
describesprocedures,
andexpresses
mathematicalthinking
withgeneralclarityand
precision,usuallyusing
appropriate
mathematicallanguage

presentswork,
describesprocedures,
andexpresses
mathematicalthinking
clearly,precisely,and
confidently,usinga
rangeofappropriate
mathematicallanguage

Thinking
makesandcarriesout
aplantoposeand
solveproblems
involvingdecimals
andfractions,usinga
rangeofstrategies
(e.g.,estimation,
calculators,concrete
materials,drawings,
usingamodel,tables)

Knowledgeand
Understanding
demonstrates
understandingof
quantityand
proportional
relationshipsby
explaining:
equivalentfractions
anddecimals
patternsinvolving
fractions
fractions,improper
fractions,mixed
numbers,andtheir
relationships
relationshipof
fractionstodivision
andtodecimals
estimationof
decimalproducts
andquotients
justificationfor
chosenstrategies

Application
withaccuracy:
comparesand
ordersfractions,
improperfractions,
andmixednumbers
multipliesand
dividesdecimalsby
10and100

Communication
presentswork,
describesprocedures,
andexpresses
mathematicalthinking
clearly,using
appropriate
mathematical
language

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Name

Date

Grade5
Master8.2

OngoingObservations:FractionsandDecimals

Thebehavioursdescribedundereachheadingareexamplestheyarenotintendedtobeanexhaustivelistofall
thatmightbeobserved.MoredetaileddescriptionsareprovidedineachlessonunderAssessmentforLearning.
STUDENTACHIEVEMENT:FractionsandDecimals
Student

Thinking

Knowledgeand
Understanding

Application

Communication

Makesandcarriesout
aplantoposeand
solveproblems
involvingdecimals
andfractions,usinga
rangeofstrategies

Demonstratesand
explains:
equivalentfractions
anddecimals
quantityand
proportional
relationships
(e.g.,fractionsand
decimalsimproper
fractionsandmixed
numbers)

Comparesand
ordersfractions,
improperfractions,
andmixednumbers
Multipliesanddivides
decimalsby10and
100

Expresses
mathematicalthinking
clearly,using
appropriateterminology
Presentsworkclearly

Level1 limitedLevel2 some/somewhatLevel3considerableeffectivenessLevel4 highdegreeofeffectiveness


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Name

Date

Grade5
Master8.3

PerformanceAssessmentRubric:
IntheGarden
Level1

Level2

Level3

Level4

usescritical/creative
processestosolve
andcreateproblems
involvingfractionsand
decimalswithsome
success

usescritical/creative
processestosolveand
createproblems
involvingfractionsand
decimalssuccessfully

usescritical/creative
processestosolveand
createproblems
involvingfractionsand
decimalssuccessfully
andeffectively

showsverylimited
understandinguses
fewconceptsrelatedto
fractionsanddecimals

showslimited
understandingby
usingsomeconcepts
relatedtofractions
anddecimals

showsunderstanding
byusingrelevant
conceptsrelatedto
fractionsanddecimals

showsthorough
understandingbyusing
allrelevantconcepts
relatedtofractionsand
decimals

withlimited
effectiveness:
represents
fractionsas
regionsofa
rectangle
describesregions
ofarectangleas
decimals
relatesfractions
anddecimals
multipliesand
dividesdecimals

withsome
effectiveness:
represents
fractionsas
regionsofa
rectangle
describesregions
ofarectangleas
decimals
relatesfractions
anddecimals
multipliesand
dividesdecimals

withconsiderable
effectiveness:
represents
fractionsasregions
ofarectangle
describesregions
ofarectangleas
decimals
relatesfractions
anddecimals
multipliesand
dividesdecimals

withahighdegreeof
effectiveness:
representsfractions
asregionsofa
rectangle
describesregionsof
arectangleas
decimals
relatesfractions
anddecimals
multipliesanddivides
decimals

presentsworkwith
littleclarityusesfew
appropriate
mathematicalterms
andsymbols

presentsworkwith
someclarityuses
someappropriate
mathematicalterms
andsymbols

presentsmostwork
clearlyandprecisely
usesappropriate
mathematicalterms
andsymbols

presentsallwork
clearly,precisely,and
confidentlyusesa
rangeofappropriate
mathematicaltermsand
symbolswithprecision

Thinking
usescritical/creative usescritical/creative
processes(e.g.,
makingandcarrying
outaplan)to
successfully:
satisfyguidelinesfor
thecreationofa
garden
solveproblems
posedby
classmates
posestoryproblems
involving
multiplicationand
divisionwithdecimals

Knowledgeand
Understanding
shows
understandingof
quantityand
proportion(e.g.,
fractionsand
decimals)byusing
conceptsrelatedto
fractions,decimals,
andtheir
relationships,and
recognizingwhen
resultsare
reasonable

processestosolveand
createproblems
involvingfractionsand
decimalswithlimited
success

Application
withaccuracy:
representsfractions
asregionsofa
rectangle(usinggrid
paper)
describesregionsof
arectangle(ongrid
paper)asdecimals
relatesfractionsand
decimals
multipliesand
dividesdecimals

Communication
presentswork
clearly,using
appropriate
mathematical
terminology,
numbers,and
symbols(e.g.,
decimalpoint)

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Name

Date

Grade5
Master8.4

UnitSummary:FractionsandDecimals

Reviewassessmentrecordstodeterminethemostconsistentachievementlevelsfortheassessments
conducted.Somecellsmaybeblank.Overallachievementlevelsmayberecordedineachrow,rather
thanidentifyinglevelsforeachachievementcategory.
MostConsistentLevelofAchievement*
Strand:
NumberSenseand
Numeration

Thinking

Knowledge
Application
and
Understanding

OngoingObservations
StrategiesToolkit
(Lesson10)
Worksamplesor
portfoliosconferences
ShowWhatYouKnow
UnitTest
UnitProblem
IntheGarden
AchievementLevelforreporting
*UseOntarioAchievementLevels1,2,3,4.

SelfAssessment:

Comments:(Strengths,Needs,NextSteps)

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Communication

Overall