Illinois Learning Standards
Stage H - Mathematics
Mathematics Classroom Assessments Aligned to the Illinois Learning Standards
The assessments are coded according to learning standard and stage. Example: 6A.H is aligned to standard 6A, stage H (eigth grade). Sample student work, when available, will follow the assessment.
Find coordinates and distances on a number line.
Determine possible pairings of numbers and operations that will produce the exact value desired without doing any actual computation.
Calculate the original pricing of a computer game, to allow for the percentage of profit desired.
Measure the dimensions of the classroom and calculate area; determine the maximum error present in their distance measurements and in their calculated area.
Compare the relative size relationships between pieces in the seven-piece Tangram square and other figures made of Tangram pieces.
Analyze a drawing of a regular octagon inscribed in a circle to determine angle measures, using knowledge of properties of regular polygons and the sums of angles in various polygons to help solve the problem.
Identify and extend the pattern of changes in a series of pictures of dots and generalize that pattern in words, and symbols either recursively or explicitly.
Analyze a situation involving distance traveled in a given period of time when rates are provided, represent this situation graphically and algebraically, and discuss the concept of slope as a rate of change represented on the graph.
Solve a problem involving linear inequality and justify the reasoning and procedures.
Write a real-world word problem with two variables in the answer.
Move a given shape through a series of transformations, determine another single transformation that would have resulted in the same initial pre-image and final image, and analyze whether those motions would produce equivalent images with other starting figures.
Analyze a scale drawing to determine the actual size of pieces of a stained glass window.
Find the length of the diagonal of a square that has a side the length of the altitude of an equilateral triangle, explain reasoning and justify procedures.
Examine a set of data for three realtors' sales to determine which one is the sales leader.
Design a study to solve a real-world problem, and then design a study to help them answer the question.
Understand the difference between the outcome of the experiment, and the outcome that they expected.