Geometry Module 10 DBA

Part 1 – Application

Create a word problem that can be represented by this mathematical statement and

solve your problem. Be sure to show and explain all work.

12!

3! 9!

Part 2 – Find the error(s) and solve the problem correctly.

Find 6

P

4

6!

4!

=

6·5·4!

4!

= 30

Part 3 – Discussion Question

In your own words compare and contrast Permutations and Combinations. When do

you use each? Give an example of each.

Be sure to show and explain all work.

40 points-

10 points each

Part 4 – Reflection

Your response must be at least three paragraphs (1 paragraph per question).

This question required:

1. Think back over this entire semester. What concept/module do you still need clarification

on? Have you reached out to your teacher about this concept/module? What are 3

ways that you can be successful on your final exam? What assignments do you need to

review and study before you take the final exam?

Choose 2 of the following questions:

2. Briefly explain a concept in this module and give at least one real world example that

demonstrates the concept that you have selected. Share an original example that you

have written and solved. Be sure it is not given in the course content or in the

application question above.

3. Does your work in this semester truly reflect your effort? If so, how? If not, how could

you improve your effort in your next math course? What would you do differently?

4. Describe a specific LSS resource in addition to the course content that you used in this

course throughout the year and how it helped you learn the concepts?

5. Describe the notebook that you used in this course. Did you stay organized the entire

year? What changes would you make as you prepare for your next math course? What

advice would you give students that are starting their first day of Geometry?

Rubric

Not applicable Needs

Improvement

Proficient Exemplary

(0 points) (up to 5.5 points) (up to 8.5 points) (up to 10 points)

Part 1

Application

Solution is

incorrect and the

student did not

show or explain

work or work the

problem incorrectly.

Solution is

incorrect; however

the student showed

their work and

made an error(s)in

calculations. OR

Solution is correct

but there is no

work shown or

explained

Solution is correct,

however there is

little work shown

for the problem.

Solution is correct.

All work shown and

explained using

mathematical

language from this

module.

Part 2

Find the

Error

Errors not found or

explained. Error in

attempt to rework

the problem.

Some or no errors

found. Problem

reworked out

partially.

All or most errors

found and

explained.

Problem not

reworked correctly.

All errors found

and explained.

Problem worked

out correctly with

all work shown

Part 3

Discussion

Question

Discussion

question not

answered or

discussed without

correct conclusion

Errors in

discussion. Little to

no mathematical

language included

in the discussion

Discussion has few

errors. Little to no

mathematical

language included

in the discussion

Discussion is

correct using

mathematical

language included

in this module to

answer the

discussion

question.

Part 4

Reflection

Reflection not

answered.

Reflection

attempted but

response is less

than 3 paragraphs.

No specific

examples given.

3 paragraphs are

written but less

than 2 sentences

and/or meaningful

discussion is

missing for a

paragraph. Little to

no specific

examples given.

3 paragraphs of at

least 3 meaningful

sentences each

answering each

question reflecting

on this module.

Specific examples

are given to justify

the reflection

questions.