Illinois Learning Standards
Stage F - Mathematics
Mathematics Classroom Assessments Aligned to the Illinois Learning Standards
The assessments are coded according to learning standard and stage. Example: 6A.F is aligned to standard 6A, stage F (sixth grade). Sample student work, when available, will follow the assessment.
Determine the approximate value of each marking on a number line using fraction and decimal notation.
Demonstrate the meaning of multiplying fractions using color tiles.
Create and solve number sentences on a calculator.
Create a new deck of less than 52 cards showing given percents, explain how their created deck meets the criteria and how the sum of the percents can be more than 100%.
Estimate distance, weight, temperature, and elapsed time using reasonable units and will determine level accuracy by measuring using appropriate tool.
Draw a diagram of a rectangular prism-shaped and a triangular prism-shaped fish tank labeling reasonable dimensions for a fish tank that might be purchased for a home. Calculate the surface area and volume, justifying the dimensions, procedures and calculations.
Compare the costs of two cellular phone plans and determine the best rate.
Determine how the weights of 7 objects on a seesaw can vary and still be in balance and write equations in algebraic terms.
Determine the circumference and diameter of 6 different objects, calculate the sum, difference, product, and quotient of the circumference and diameter, and from these calculations determine thich relationship produces the value of pi.
Construct a building using snap cubes and an incomplete building plan (only two views) and draw the missing view.
Find the measure of the interior angles of given regular polygons and create a formula for finding the measure of the interior angles of any polygon.
Construct a convincing argument that the same amount of fabric is needed for each color of a quilt being made in a specific design and that one template will make both parts of the design. Justify the relationship between vertical angles and the sum of the interior angles of a triangle is 180º.
Calculate theoretical and empirical probability by dropping coins on a grid and recording data, and compare the theoretical to the empirical probability.