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Using Comparatives and Superlatives: Making a Purchase

 

Students will be evaluated based on the responses given to the questions from the Student Directions and their participation in explaining their final purchasing decision.


Learning Objectives

Low   Performance

Average Performance

Superior Performance

 

Earned
Points

Student is able to find 3 cars or houses to compare.

1 point
Student
only finds 1 object.

2 points
Student finds 2 objects to compare.

3 points
Student finds 3 objects to compare.

 

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Student is able to describe 3 cars or houses.

1 point
Student answers 1-4 questions under Part A. 5. or Part B. 6.  from the Student Directions.

2 points
Student answers 5-6 questions under Part A. 5. or Part B. 6.  from the Student Directions.

3 points
Student answers all questions under Part A. 5. or Part B. 6.  from the Student Directions.

 

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Student is able to use comparative and superlative adjectives to discuss the characteristics of the 3 objects.

1 point
Student writes 1-2 sentences which contain or attempt to contain comparative & superlative adjectives (i.e., there may be a few grammatical errors, such as more big/most big instead of bigger than/the biggest) for Part A. 6. or Part B. 7.  from the Student Directions.

2 points
Student writes 3-4 sentences which contain or attempt to contain comparative & superlative adjectives (i.e., there may be a few grammatical errors, such as more big/most big instead of bigger than/the biggest) for Part A. 6. or Part B. 7.  from the Student Directions.

3 points
Student writes 5-6 sentences which contain the correct usage of comparative & superlative adjectives Part A. 6. or Part B. 7.  from the Student Directions.

 

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Student is able to use comparative and superlative adjectives to explain the rationale for the purchasing decision. 1 point
Student tells an audience which object s/he will purchase and explains why, but uses only 1-2 phrases which contain or attempt to contain comparative & superlative adjectives (i.e., there may be a few grammatical errors, such as more big/most big instead of bigger than/the biggest).
2 points
Student tells an audience which object s/he will purchase and explains why, and uses 3-5 phrases which contain or attempt to contain comparative & superlative adjectives (i.e., there may be a few grammatical errors, such as more big/most big instead of bigger than/the biggest).
3 points
Student tells an audience which object s/he will purchase and explains why, and uses 4 or more phrases which contain the correct forms of comparative & superlative adjectives.
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