Benchmark Assignment – Family Math Game Event

I already start the flyer for the event. I had an emergency. Thank you so much for your help!For this benchmark, you will plan a Family Math Game Event. You will create five to seven interactive math games for one of the following age groups: Birth to Age 5/Pre-K or K to Age 8/Grade 3.Create a one-page invitation for a Family Math Game Event based on your practicum site. Be creative and include the following in your invitation:TimePlacePurpose of the event including:Academic goals of understanding of math concepts and mathematical fluencyThe importance of supporting and engaging families and communities through respectful, reciprocal relationshipsCreate five interactive games for one of the age groups. Include the following information for each game:Title that is creative and incorporates the name of the math concept to be reinforcedLabels that display appropriate curriculum, content standards, and early learning standardsInstructions and rules of the gameMaterials needed to play each gameCreate a survey to give to families that will include:Thank you and acknowledgement statementsPurpose of the surveySurvey questions about the Family Math Game EventSubmission directions with due dateShort statement about the importance of developing partnerships with families to support assessment practices, engage learners, and build effective learning environments. Under this statement there should be the following areas to encourage these partnerships:Suggestions for future eventsAdditional commentsWhile APA format is not required for the body of this assignment, solid academic writing is expected.This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.You are not required to submit this assignment to Turnitin.
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ECH-345 Family Math Game Event
Benchmark Assignment and Rubric
Assignment Instructions:
For this benchmark, you will plan a Family Math Game Event. You will create five to seven
interactive math games for one of the following age groups: Birth to Age 5/Pre-K or K to Age 8/Grade
3.
Create a one-page invitation for a Family Math Game Event based on your practicum site. Be creative
and include the following in your invitation:
1. Time
2. Place
3. Purpose of the event including:
a) Academic goals of understanding of math concepts and mathematical fluency
b) The importance of supporting and engaging families and communities through respectful,
reciprocal relationships
Create five interactive games for one of the age groups. Include the following information for each
game:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Title that is creative and incorporates the name of the math concept to be reinforced
Labels that display appropriate curriculum, content standards, and early learning standards
Instructions and rules of the game
Materials needed to play each game
Create a survey to give to families that will include:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Thank you and acknowledgement statements
Purpose of the survey
Survey questions about the Family Math Game Event
Submission directions with due date
Short statement about the importance of developing partnerships with families to support
assessment practices, engage learners, and build effective learning environments. Under this
statement there should be the following areas to encourage these partnerships:
a. Suggestions for future events
b. Additional comments
While APA format is not required for the body of this assignment, solid academic writing is expected.
This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become
familiar with the expectations for successful completion.
You are not required to submit this assignment to Turnitin.
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Effective Date: November, 2014
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Standards/Competencies Assessed:
Standards and program competencies assessed in the benchmark assignment:
•
•
•
NAEYC:
2b, 3d, 5c
InTASC:
2a, 6i
COE Program Competencies:
1.5:
Support and engage families and communities through respectful, reciprocal
relationships (NAEYC 2b)
2.2:
Apply appropriate curriculum, content standards, and early learning standards to
plan, implement, and evaluate developmentally meaningful and challenging learning
opportunities for each child. (NAEYC 5c; InTASC 2a)
3.4:
Develop partnerships with families and professional colleagues to support
assessment practices, engage learners, and build effective learning environments.
(NAEYC 3d; InTASC 6i)
Scoring Rubric
Criteria
%
Value
% Scaling
1:
2: Less Than
Unsatisfactory
Satisfactory
3:
Satisfactory
4: Good
5: Excellent
0%
65%
75%
85%
100%
One-page Invitation – 20%
Invitation
Elements
10%
Invitation is not
included.
Invitation does
not include all
components
(time, place,
purpose) and is
unorganized.
Invitation
includes most
components
(time, place,
purpose) and is
somewhat
organized.
Invitation
includes all
components
(time, place,
purpose) and is
well organized.
Purpose of
the Event
10%
Invitation does
not include the
purpose of the
event.
Purpose does not
include academic
goals and the
importance of
supporting and
engaging families
and communities
through
respectful,
reciprocal
relationships.
Purpose does not
include both the
academic goals
and the
importance of
supporting and
engaging families
and communities
through
respectful,
reciprocal
relationships.
Purpose includes
both the academic
goals and the
importance of
supporting and
engaging families
and communities
through
respectful,
reciprocal
relationships. The
purpose is not
written in family
friendly terms.
COE: 1.5
NAEYC 2b
Invitation
includes time,
place, and
purpose. The
invitation is well
organized and
visually
appealing.
Purpose includes
academic goals
and the
importance of
supporting and
engaging families
and communities
through
respectful,
reciprocal
relationships. The
purpose is written
in family friendly
terms.
Interactive Games – 40%
Title that
Incorporates
Math
Concept
10%
Interactive games
are not present
Less than five
interactive games
included.
Labels that
10%
Games labels are
Labels outline
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Titles of less than
five interactive
games are
coordinated with
math concepts
being reinforced.
Labels outline
Titles of all five
interactive games
incorporate math
concepts being
reinforced.
Labels clearly
Titles of all five
interactive games
are creative and
incorporate math
concepts being
reinforced.
Labels clearly and
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Display
Appropriate
Curriculum
and
Standards
not included.
what each games
curriculum,
content standards,
and early learning
standards are, but
do not accurately
match the actives.
what each games
curriculum,
content standards,
and early learning
standards are
accurately.
outline what each
games
curriculum,
content standards,
and early learning
standards are
accurately. Each
choice of standard
is logical for the
activities chosen.
Instructions for all
five are clear, but
not easily
followed or are
not age
appropriate.
Less than five
interactive games
have materials
that are
appropriate for
the age group.
Instructions for all
five are clear,
easily followed
and age
appropriate.
COE: 2.2
NAEYC: 5c
InTASC: 2a
Instructions
and Rules
10%
Instructions and
materials are not
included.
Instructions for
less than five are
clear.
Materials
needed
10%
Materials are not
present.
Less than five
interactive games
include materials.
Thank You,
Acknowledg
ement and
Purpose of
Survey
10%
Thank you,
acknowledgement
and purpose
statements are not
present.
Thank you,
acknowledgement
or purpose
statement is not
included.
Thank you,
acknowledgement
and purpose
statements are
included.
Survey
Questions
and
Submission
Directions
10%
Survey questions
and submission
information is not
included.
Survey questions
are present;
however, there is
no submission
directions
included.
Developing
Partnership
Statement:
Suggestions
for the
Future and
Additional
Comments
10%
Short statement
on the importance
of the
development of
partnerships is not
included.
Suggestions for
the future and
additional
comments areas
are not included.
Short statement
does not include
both the
importance of the
development of
partnerships and
suggestions for
the future and
additional
comments areas
are not included.
concisely outline
what each games
curriculum,
content standards,
and early learning
standards are
accurately. Each
choice of standard
is logical and
exemplifies the
activities and its
academic goal.
Instructions for all
five are clear,
concise, are easy
to follow, and age
appropriate.
All five
interactive games
have materials
that are
appropriate for
the age group.
All five
interactive games
have materials
that are
appropriate for
the age group and
enhance the
games.
Survey questions
are included, but
data collected is
not meaningful.
Submission
directions are
given, but are not
easy to follow.
Thank you,
acknowledgement
and purpose
statements are
clear and
appropriate.
Survey questions
are included and
data collected is
meaningful.
Submission
directions are
given and are easy
to follow.
Short statement
on the importance
of the
development of
partnerships is
included.
Suggestions for
the future and
additional
comments areas
are included.
Short statement
on the importance
of the
development of
partnerships is
compelling.
Suggestions for
the future and
additional
comments areas
are included.
Thank you,
acknowledgement
and purpose
statements are
unique, clear and
appropriate.
Survey questions
are intuitive and
collect
meaningful data.
Submission
directions are
clear and easy to
follow with
specifics on when
the survey is to be
returned or
submitted.
Short statement
on the importance
of the
development of
partnerships is
unique and
compelling.
Suggestions for
the future and
additional
comments areas
are included.
Survey – 30%
COE:3.4
NAEYC 3d
InTASC 6i
Format – 10%
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Mechanics of
Writing
(includes
spelling,
punctuation,
grammar, and
language use)
10%
Surface errors are
pervasive enough
that they impede
communication of
meaning.
Inappropriate
word choice
and/or sentence
construction are
employed.
Frequent and
repetitive
mechanical errors
distract the reader.
Inconsistencies in
language choice
and/or word
choice are
present. Sentence
structure is
correct but not
varied.
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Some mechanical
errors or typos are
present, but are
not overly
distracting to the
reader. Correct
and varied
sentence structure
and audienceappropriate
language are
employed.
Writing is largely
free of
mechanical errors,
although a few
may be present.
The writer uses a
variety of
effective sentence
structures and
figures of speech.
The writer is
clearly in
command of
standard, written
academic English.
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—-
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Activities
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