Illinois Learning Standards
Stage I - Mathematics
Mathematics Classroom Assessments Aligned to the Illinois Learning Standards
The assessments are coded according to learning standard and stage. Example: 6A.I is aligned to standard 6A, stage I (ninth & tenth grades). Sample student work, when available, will follow the assessment.
Place a variety of real numbers on a number line and explain the reasoning used.
Determine the approximate time it takes a computer to test all the possible passwords of a certain length.
Use an equation representing a situation of direct variation to solve problems and make a comparison.
Use circles and diameters of given dimensions to determine a new circle with an area that is the sum of two other areas.
Measure photographs of seven persons for particular aspects of beauty, calculate a set of ratios to compare them to a standard of beauty.
Determine appropriate measurements for a corner television cabinet.
Create a line of best fit for a given set of data points and use it to interpolate and extrapolate values for given situations accordingly.
Determine multiple ways of dividing a generic triangle into four triangles of equal area.
Calculate when a helicopter will catch up with a ship that left the same location 6 hours earlier given a graph that
plotted the distance the ship and helicopter traveled for a given time period.
Calculate the force needed to keep a car on a curve using a set of formulas and a geometric property of circles.
Create a critical question and design an instrument to gather the needed data.