P 9.1 Linear relations
Name __________________
Fully meeting expectations, with
enriched understanding (EU)
Fully meeting grade
level expectations (FM)
Mostly meeting grade level
expectations (MM)
Not yet meeting grade level
expectations (NY)
Graph to
demonstrate
understanding
of linear
relations
You show a well-developed understanding
of graphing and the relationship to linear
relations. You can sort and sketch graphs of
increasing complexity and make strong
connections with explanations.
On your own, you can sort
and sketch graphs to show
your understanding of
linear relations.
With help, you can sort and sketch
some graphs to show a developing
understanding of linear relations.
Continue to work on these skills
until they are independent and
consistent.
You are having trouble graphing.
What do graphs communicate?
What is a linear relation? What is a
non-linear relation? How do you
know?
Analyze linear
relations
You show a well-developed ability to
analyze linear relations. You can make
strong predictions based on linear relations
of increasing difficulty. You support your
analysis with insightful details and
examples. You clearly understand linear
relations.
You show a well-developed ability to
interpolate and extrapolate to determine
values and use substitution to verify
answers to questions of increasing
complexity. You clearly understand how to
use linear relations and resultant graphs to
determine unknown values.
You show a well-developed ability to solve
situational questions of increasing
complexity to demonstrate a strong
understanding of linear relations. You can
confidently and accurately explain your
solutions.
On your own, you can
analyze linear relations,
generalizing strategies to
predict the nature of
resulting graphs. You can
support your analysis with
details and explanations.
On your own, you can
interpolate and
extrapolate to determine
values and use
substitution to verify.
With help, you can analyze some
linear relations. Continue to work
on generalizing strategies to predict
the nature of resulting graphs on
your own. Be sure to support your
answers with details and
explanations.
With help, you can interpolate and
extrapolate to determine values.
Remember to use substitution to
verify your answers. Continue
developing these skills until you can
do them consistently and
independently.
With help, you can solve some
situational questions relating to
linear relations. Continue to work
through strategies and the steps to
problem solving until you are able
to do it completely on your own,
accurately.
You are having trouble analyzing
linear relations. How can we use
linear relations to make predictions
about the nature of resulting
graphs? Review what linear relations
tell us about mathematical
relationships.
You are having trouble interpolating
and extrapolating. What does each
of these processes mean? How do
we use graphs to do each? Why are
they important processes?
Interpolate and
extrapolate
Solve
situational
questions to
demonstrate
understanding
of linear
relations
Feedback:
On your own, you can
solve situational questions
relating to linear relations,
applying appropriate
strategies.
You are having trouble solving
situational questions. Review what
you know about graphs, linear
relations and the steps for problem
solving. Work on one step at a time.