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Game

Students partially created a game with many oversights, or no materials.

Students created a game, but it was not fully playable in class. Some oversights, or some missing materials.

Students created a playable game, with few oversights and all necessary materials.

Students created a fully functioning and playable game, with all necessary materials provided.

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Rules/Instructions

Rules are incomplete or missing.

Rules are provided but they are unclear, and creators are needed to explain them.

Rules are mostly clear, with some help from game creators needed.

Rules are clear and easy to follow. Other students are able to play the game without the help of the creators.

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Profit Explanation

Students provide little to no explanation of how their game will make a profit.

Students provide an incomplete or unclear explanation of how their game will make a profit, or incorrect probabilities of winning and losing.

Students provide a satisfactory explanation of how their game will make a profit, including probabilities of winning and losing.

Students provide a thorough and comprehensive explanation of how their game will make a profit, including the correct probabilities of winning and losing.

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Visual Representations of Outcomes (2)

Students provide partial or completely incorrect visual representations of the theoretical and experimental probabilities.

Students provide incomplete visual representations that are somewhat clear or correct, with many errors.

Students provide two visual representations that are mostly clear and correct, with a few errors.

Students provide two clear and correct visual representations of the theoretical and experimental probabilities for their game.

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Classmates' Average Rating

11.9 Stars

22.9 Stars

33.9 Stars

45 Stars

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