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STANDARD

BENCHMARK

STRAND

MCA:

3.1.1.1 Read, write and represent whole numbers up to

100,000. Representations may include numerals,

expressions with operations, words, pictures, number

lines, and manipulatives such as bundles of sticks and

base 10 blocks. Item Specifications Vocabulary

allowed in items: digits, value, plot, locate, point

Standard 3.1.1:

Compare and

represent whole

numbers up to

100,000 with an

emphasis on place

value and equality.

(MCA, 57 items)

between 1000 and 100,000 in terms of ten thousands,

thousands, hundreds, tens and ones.

Item Specifications Allowable expanded forms:

300+60+5, 3 hundreds+6 tens+5 ones

Items may ask to identify a place a digit is in or the

value of the digit in a place

Vocabulary allowed in items: digits, value, equal

3.1.1.3 Find 10,000 more or 10,000 less than a given

five-digit number. Find 1000 more or 1000 less than a

given four- or five-digit number. Find 100 more or 100

less than a given four- or five-digit number.

Item Specifications Vocabulary allowed in items:

fewer, more, less, greater

3.1.1.4 Round numbers to the nearest 10,000, 1000,

100 and 10. Round up and round down to estimate

sums and differences. Item Specifications

Vocabulary allowed in items: estimate, round,

nearest, closest

3.1.1.5 Compare and order whole numbers up to

100,000. Item Specifications

< and > symbols are not allowed

Vocabulary allowed in items: least, greatest,

compare, order, value

3.1.2.1 Add and subtract multi-digit numbers using

efficient and generalizable procedures based on

knowledge of place value, including standard

algorithms. Item Specifications Addition items may

contain 3 whole number addends, at most

Numbers used may contain 4 digits each, at most

Items must not have context Vocabulary allowed in

items: add, subtract, sum, difference, result

knowledge of place value, including standard

algorithms. Item Specifications Addition items may

contain 3 whole number addends, at most

Numbers used may contain 4 digits each, at most

Items must not have context Vocabulary allowed in

items: add, subtract, sum, difference, result

and mathematical problems involving whole numbers.

Use various strategies, including the relationship

between addition and subtraction, the use of

technology and the context of the problem, to assess

the reasonableness of results.

Item Specifications Addition items may contain 3

whole number addends, at most Numbers used may

contain 4 digits each, at most Addition and

subtraction can be used in the same item

Vocabulary allowed in items: add, subtract, sum,

difference, result

Standard 3.1.2:

Add and subtract

multi-digit whole

numbers;

represent

multiplication and

division in various

ways; solve realworld and

mathematical

problems using

arithmetic.

(MCA, 810 items)

approaches, such as repeated addition, equal-sized

groups, arrays, area models, equal jumps on a number

line and skip counting. Represent division facts by

using a variety of approaches, such as repeated

subtraction, equal sharing and forming equal groups.

Recognize the relationship between multiplication and

division.

Item Specifications Factors are limited to 112

Variables are not used Vocabulary allowed in items:

multiply, divide

3.1.2.4 Solve real-world and mathematical problems

involving multiplication and division, including both

"how many in each group" and "how many groups"

division problems. Item Specifications Factors are

limited to 120; 1 factor must have only 1 digit

Dividend is no greater than 100 Vocabulary allowed

in items: multiply, divide, product

knowledge of place value, equality and properties of

addition and multiplication to multiply a two- or threedigit number by a one-digit number. Strategies may

include mental strategies, partial products, the

standard algorithm and the commutative, associative

and distributive properties. Item Specifications Items

must not have context The one-digit factor must be

26

Vocabulary allowed in items: multiply, product

symbols. Recognize that fractions can be used to

represent parts of a whole, parts of a set, points on a

number line or distances on a number line.

Item Specifications Denominators are limited to 2, 3,

4, 6 and 8 Sets may contain no more than 12 objects

Vocabulary allowed in items: fraction, plot, locate,

point

Standard 3.1.3:

3.1.3.2 Understand that the size of a fractional part is

Understand meanings

relative to the size of the whole.

and uses of fractions Item Specifications Denominators are limited to 2, 3,

in real-world and

4, 6 and 8 Sets may contain no more than 12 objects

mathematical

Vocabulary allowed in items: fraction

situations.

(MCA, 57 items)

3.1.3.3 Order and compare unit fractions and fractions

with like denominators by using models and an

understanding of the concept of numerator and

denominator. Item Specifications

Denominators are limited to 2, 3, 4, 6 and 8

Sets may contain no more than 12 objects

Vocabulary allowed in items: fraction, equal, least,

greatest

M

Standard 3.2.1: Use 3.2.1.1 Create, describe and apply single-operation

single-operation

input-output rules involving addition, subtraction and

input-output rules to multiplication to solve problems in various contexts.

represent patterns Item Specifications At least 3 iterations of the pattern

and relationships and must be given Items may require identification of 3 or

to solve real-world fewer terms beyond what is given Vocabulary allowed

and mathematical

in items: rule, input, output, value

problems.

(MCA, 34 items)

involving multiplication and division basic facts and

Standard 3.2.2:

unknowns. Create real-world situations to represent

Use number

number sentences.

sentences

Item Specifications Variables, boxes or blanks may be

involving

used to represent unknown numbers

multiplication and

Vocabulary allowed in items: number sentence,

division basic facts

equation, value, represent

and unknowns to

represent and

3.2.2.2 Use multiplication and division basic facts to

solve real-world

represent a given problem situation using a number

and mathematical

sentence. Use number sense and multiplication and

problems; create

division basic facts to find values for the unknowns that

real-world

make the number sentences true. Item Specifications

situations

Variables, boxes or blanks may be used to represent

corresponding to

unknown numbers Vocabulary allowed in items:

number sentences.

number sentence, equation, value, represent

(MCA, 56 items)

and unknowns to

represent and

3.2.2.2 Use multiplication and division basic facts to

solve real-world

represent a given problem situation using a number

and mathematical

sentence. Use number sense and multiplication and

problems; create

division basic facts to find values for the unknowns that

real-world

make the number sentences true. Item Specifications

situations

Variables, boxes or blanks may be used to represent

corresponding to

unknown numbers Vocabulary allowed in items:

number sentences.

number sentence, equation, value, represent

(MCA, 56 items)

STRAND 3

MCA:

3.3.1.1 Identify parallel and perpendicular lines in

various contexts, and use them to describe and create

geometric shapes, such as right triangles, rectangles,

parallelograms and trapezoids.

Item Specifications When identifying shapes by the

attribute of parallel or perpendicular lines, shapes are

limited to triangle, parallelogram, rectangle, rhombus,

square and trapezoid

Allowable notation: right angle symbol (square in

Standard 3.3.1: Use

corner) Items will not require students to identify

geometric attributes

right triangles by name Vocabulary allowed in items:

to describe and

parallel, perpendicular, right, figure

create shapes in

various contexts.

(MCA, 34 items)

3.3.1.2 Sketch polygons with a given number of sides

or vertices (corners), such as pentagons, hexagons and

octagons. Item Specifications

Allowable shapes: triangle, parallelogram, rectangle,

rhombus, square, trapezoid, pentagon, hexagon,

octagon Vocabulary allowed in items: sides, angles,

vertices, figure

3.3.2.1 Use half units when measuring distances.

Item Specifications

Not assessed on the MCA-III

3.3.2.2 Find the perimeter of a polygon by adding the

lengths of the sides. Item Specifications

Standard 3.3.2:

Polygons may have 6 sides, at most

Understand

Items may require finding the length of an unknown

perimeter as a

side given the lengths of the other sides and the

measurable attribute

perimeter Units are limited to inches, feet, yards,

of real-world and

centimeters and meters

mathematical

Vocabulary allowed in items: perimeter, length,

objects. Use various

width, side, figure

tools to measure

distances.

3.3.2.3 Measure distances around objects.

(MCA, 34 items)

Item Specifications Items may require identification

of appropriate tools or procedures for measuring

distance Vocabulary allowed in items: tool, ruler,

yardstick, meter stick, tape measure

of appropriate tools or procedures for measuring

distance Vocabulary allowed in items: tool, ruler,

yardstick, meter stick, tape measure

3.3.3.1 Tell time to the minute using digital and analog

clocks. Determine elapsed time to the minute. Item

Specifications

Elapsed time must be within a two-hour span

Item Specifications Allowable conversions: minutes to

hours, hours to minutes, hours to days, days to hours,

days to weeks, weeks to days, months to years, years

to months

Items may require finding a conversion with mixed

units in the answer (e.g., 12 days=1 week and 5 days)

Vocabulary allowed in items: unit

Standard 3.3.3:

Use time, money

and temperature

to solve real-world 3.3.3.3 Make change up to 1 dollar in several different

ways, including with as few coins as possible. Item

and mathematical

Specifications Allowable coins: penny, nickel, dime,

problems.

quarter Allowable notation: $5, $0.75, 75 When

(MCA, 45 items)

calculating change, the amount tendered is $10, at

most Vocabulary allowed in items: greatest, least,

fewest, most, value

temperature to the nearest degree in Fahrenheit and

Celsius. Item Specifications

Allowable notation: 15F, 37C

Temperatures must be given in whole numbers

Vocabulary allowed in items: thermometer,

temperature, degrees, increase, decrease

ST

M

3.4.1.1 Collect, display and interpret data using

frequency tables, bar graphs, picture graphs and

number line plots having a variety of scales. Use

Standard 3.4.1:

appropriate titles, labels and units.

Collect, organize,

Item

Specifications

Scale increments will not exceed

display, and interpret

5 Pictograph keys will not exceed 5

data. Use labels and

Total

number

on graph or chart will not exceed 500

a variety of scales

Vocabulary

allowed

in items: pictograph, tally chart,

and units in displays.

bar

graph,

line

plot,

table, data, title, label, key,

(MCA, 68 items)

represent, scale

Alignment to Math

Expressions

taken from Practice C

Assessment Options on CI

Unit 1

Unit 5

tweleve written in standard form?

A. 63,502

B. 63,512

C. 63,521

D. 63,612

Lesson 1

District created Math Test: Unit 1 Assessme

test)

Unit 1: Quick quiz 1

Unit 1 Student Book pages 43-44. Problems

Unit 1 Math Expressions Test (Form A & B) P

Intervention / Skill worksheets 70-79

Enrichment worksheets: EW 1-6, 9-10

Gr. 3 Practice A, B, C, PSOL, Skills Pract

Unit 1

51,583?

Lesson 1

District created Math Test: Unit 1 Assessme

test)

Unit 1: Quick quiz 1

Unit 1 Student Book pages 43-44. Problems

Unit 1 Math Expressions Test (Form A & B) P

Intervention / Skill worksheets 70-79

Enrichment worksheets: EW 1-6, 9-10

Unit 1

Then she adds $1,000 more. How much money

does is in her bank account now?

A. $4,467

B. $5,367

District created Math Test: Unit 1 Assessme

test)

Unit 1: Quick quiz 2 and 3

Unit 1 Student Book pages 43-44. Problems

Intervention / Skill worksheets: 91-92,94-98

Enrichment worksheets: EW13,15,17-19,22

Enrichment project: EP 3 and 4

Unit 5

thousand?

A. 6,000

B. 6,500

C. 7,000

District created Math Test: Unit 5 Assessme

Unit 5: Quick quiz 1

Unit 5: Student Book pages 177-180. Proble

Intervention / Skill worksheets:8082,88,90,93,99,103,110,234,242

Enrichment Worksheets:EW 7,8,11

Enrichment Project:EP2

Unit 1

Unit 5

stadium for three different events. Write the events

in order from LEAST number of people to the

GREATEST number of people. Show your work.

District created Math Test: Unit 5 Assessme

Unit 5: Quick quiz 1

Unit 5: Student Book pages 177-180. Proble

Intervention / Skill worksheets:8082,88,90,93,99,103,110,234,242

Enrichment Worksheets:EW 7,8,11

Enrichment Project:EP2

Unit 1

Unit 3

District created Math Test: Unit

Quick Quiz 1, 2

Unit 3 Student Book pages 95 ,

10

Intervention / Skill worksheets 1

Gr. 3 Practice A, B, C, PSOL, Sk

Quick Quiz 1, 2

Unit 3 Student Book pages 95 ,

10

Intervention / Skill worksheets 1

Gr. 3 Practice A, B, C, PSOL, Sk

Unit 3

Unit 3

548 pennies. How many pennies do they have

altogether?

A. 907

B. 1,007

C. 1,097

D. 1,197

District created Math Test: Unit

Quick Quiz 1, 2

Unit 3 Student Book pages 95 ,

10

Intervention / Skill worksheets 1

Gr. 3 Practice A, B, C, PSOL, Sk

Unit 9 (6, 7, 8)

show?

District created Math Test: Unit

2

Quick Quiz 1, 2, 3

Unit 7 Student Book pages 283

1-12, 16 - 18

Unit 7 Math Expressions Test (Fo

Problems 1-2, 16-18

Intervention / Skill worksheets:

9,131,133-134,143-144,146-15

Enrichment Worksheets : EW54

Enrichment Project: EP 13

Unit 9 (6, 7, 8)

to put 8 books on each shelf. How many

shelves does he need?

A. 3

B. 4

C. 5

D. 6

District created Math Test: Unit 7 Assessme

Quick Quiz 1, 2, 3

Unit 7 Student Book pages 283-283 , proble

Unit 7 Math Expressions Test (Form A & B) P

Intervention / Skill worksheets: 128-9,131,1

144,146-152,155-159

Enrichment Worksheets : EW54,58,60,155

Enrichment Project: EP 13

Unit 11

Unit 11 Assessment 1

Unit 11 Quick Quiz 1

Unit 11 Math Expressio

Gr. 3 Practice A, B

Skills Practice

Unit 11

Unit 11

Unit 7

Unit 11 Assessment 1

Unit 11 Quick Quiz 1

Unit 11 Math Expressio

Gr. 3 Practice A, B

Skills Practice

Unit 11 Assessment 1

Unit 11 Quick Quiz 1

Which shows the order fo

Unit 11 Math Expressio

the fractions from least to greatest?

Gr. 3 Practice A, B

Skills Practice

STRAND 2: ALGEBRA

MCA: 8-10 ITEMS TESTED

The art store is selling paintbrushes in boxes of Unit 7 Input/Output Assessmen

eight. How many paintbrushes are in 4 boxes? Gr. 3 Practice A, B, C, PSOL, Sk

A. 28

B. 32

C. 36

Unit 9

on each page of an album. How many pages

Unit 9 Quick Quiz

does he need for all of the baseball cards?

Unit 9 Math Expressio

A. 4

Gr. 3 Practice A, B

B. 5

Skills Practice

C. 6

D. 8

Unit 7

does three groups of 12 sit-ups each. Which

number sentence can be used to find how

many sit-ups he does altogether?

District created Math Test: Unit

1

Unit 7: Quick quiz 1, 2, 3

Unit 7: Student Book pages 283

Problems 13-15, 19-20

Unit 7 Math Expressions Test (Fo

Problems 13-15, 19-20

Unit 7

does three groups of 12 sit-ups each. Which

number sentence can be used to find how

many sit-ups he does altogether?

District created Math Test: Unit

1

Unit 7: Quick quiz 1, 2, 3

Unit 7: Student Book pages 283

Problems 13-15, 19-20

Unit 7 Math Expressions Test (Fo

Problems 13-15, 19-20

Intervention / Skill worksheets:

109,127,140,145

Enrichment Worksheets: EW59,

Unit 2

Unit 4

Unit 2

District created Math Test: Unit

Quick Quiz, problems 3 - 5

Unit 2 Student Book pages 65-6

- 10

Intervention / Skill worksheet 19

Enrichment worksheets: EW 91

Gr. 3 Practice A, B, C, PSOL, Ski

Unit 4

four vertices. Which names will's figure?

A. hexagon

B. pentagon

C. rectangle

D. triangle

District created Math Test: Unit 4 Assessme

Supplemental Materials provided in binder

Quick Quiz

Unit 4 Student Book pages 119-120,

Intervention / Skill worksheets: 187,189-19

Enrichment worksheets: EW92-93,97-101,1

Enrichment project: EP15-16

Gr. 3 Practice A, B, C, PSOL, Skills Prac

Unit 8

Unit 8 Assessment

Unit 8 Quick Quiz 1

Unit 8 Math Expressions T

Gr. 3 Practice A, B,

Practice

Unit 8

of the figure?

A. 12 centimeters

B. 16 centimeters

C. 20 centimeters

D. 24 centimeters

Unit 8 Assessment

Unit 8 Quick Quiz 1

Unit 8 Math Expressions T

Gr. 3 Practice A, B,

Practice

stances.

of the figure?

B. 16 centimeters

C. 20 centimeters

D. 24 centimeters

A. 12 centimeters

Unit 8 Math Expressions T

Gr. 3 Practice A, B,

Practice

Unit 10

Unit 10 Quick Quiz problems 1time shown on the clock. They stay for 2 hours

Unit 10 Math Exp

and 45 minutes. What time is it when they

problems 1-5

leave?

A, B, C, PSOL, Skills Practice

Unit 10

Unit 10 Quick Quiz problems 3Their vacation ends on August 26. How many

Unit 10 Math Expressions Tes

weeks long is their vacation, including the first 10

Gr. 3 Practice A, B, C

and last days?

Practice

Unit 5

bill. Which shows how much change Rob gets,

using the fewest number of coins possible?

Unit 13

What temperture does the thermometer show? Unit 13 Math Expressions Test P

Gr. 3 Practice A, B, C, PSOL, Ski

Unit 5

District created Math Test: Unit 5 Assessme

Unit 5: Quick quiz 2

Unit 5: Student Book pages 177-180. Proble

Unit 5 Math Expressions Test on the U drive

Problems 6-7 and 17-20

Intervention / Skill worksheets:84-87,89,22

Enrichment Worksheets:EW29-33

Enrichment Project:EP19

Gr. 3 Practice A, B, C, PSOL, Skills Prac

MCA: 6 - 8 ITEMS TESTED

Use the frequency table. Which zoo animal did Unit 5: Lessons 8-10, 15 - 17, extensio

District created Math Test: Unit 5 Asse

the most people choose?

after 5.17)

A. lion

Unit 5: Quick quiz 3 and 5

B. elephant

Unit 5: Student Book pages 177-180. P

Unit 5 Math Expressions Test (Form A &

C. monkey

Intervention / Skill worksheets:83,111D. seal

116,118,120

Enrichment Worksheets: EW39,41-44,4

Enrichment Project:EP6

Gr. 3 Practice A, B, C, PSOL, Skills P

z1

ook pages 43-44. Problems 1-9 and 20

essions Test (Form A & B) Problems 1-9 and 20

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ksheets: EW 1-6, 9-10

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z1

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essions Test (Form A & B) Problems 1-9 and 20

ill worksheets 70-79

ksheets: EW 1-6, 9-10

5-15

Math Test: Unit 1 Assessment 2 (10 items on

z 2 and 3

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ill worksheets: 91-92,94-98,100-102,104-108

ksheets: EW13,15,17-19,22-24,26-28,40

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1-3,

Math Test: Unit 5 Assessment 1 (Use after 5.3)

z1

Book pages 177-180. Problems 1-5, 15

ill worksheets:80103,110,234,242

ksheets:EW 7,8,11

ect:EP2

1-3,

Math Test: Unit 5 Assessment 1 (Use after 5.3)

z1

Book pages 177-180. Problems 1-5, 15

ill worksheets:80103,110,234,242

ksheets:EW 7,8,11

ect:EP2

ons 1-9

ted Math Test: Unit 3

1, 2

ent Book pages 95 , problems 1-6,

ce A, B, C, PSOL, Skills Practice

1, 2

ent Book pages 95 , problems 1-6,

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1, 2

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ssons

ted Math Test: Unit 7 Assessment

1, 2, 3

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8

Expressions Test (Form A & B)

2, 16-18

/ Skill worksheets: 12834,143-144,146-152,155-159

Worksheets : EW54,58,60,155

Project: EP 13

s

Math Test: Unit 7 Assessment 2

3

ook pages 283-283 , problems 1-12, 16 - 18

essions Test (Form A & B) Problems 1-2, 16-18

ill worksheets: 128-9,131,133-134,1435-159

ksheets : EW54,58,60,155

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Quick Quiz 1

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Gr. 3 Practice A, B, C, PSOL,

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Quick Quiz 1

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Gr. 3 Practice A, B, C, PSOL,

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Quick Quiz 1

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Gr. 3 Practice A, B, C, PSOL,

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Gr. 3 Practice A, B, C, PSOL,

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3-15, 19-20

Expressions Test (Form A & B)

3-15, 19-20

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k quiz 1, 2, 3

ent Book pages 283-284 .

3-15, 19-20

Expressions Test (Form A & B)

3-15, 19-20

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Worksheets: EW59,61,64,79-81,87

problems 3 - 5

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worksheets: EW 91,94,96

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Math Test: Unit 4 Assessment 1

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ksheets: EW92-93,97-101,108

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8 Math Expressions Test

Gr. 3 Practice A, B, C, PSOL, Skills

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8 Math Expressions Test

Gr. 3 Practice A, B, C, PSOL, Skills

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8 Math Expressions Test

Gr. 3 Practice A, B, C, PSOL, Skills

Unit 10 Math Expressions Test

5

Gr. 3 Practice

L, Skills Practice

ath Expressions Test problems 6Gr. 3 Practice A, B, C, PSOL, Skills

4-7

Math Test: Unit 5 Assessment 2 (Use after 5.7)

z2

Book pages 177-180. Problems 6-7, 17-20

essions Test on the U drive (Form A & B)

d 17-20

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ce A, B, C, PSOL, Skills Practice

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d Math Test: Unit 5 Assessment 3 (Use

uiz 3 and 5

t Book pages 177-180. Problems 8-12

pressions Test (Form A & B) Problems 8-12

Skill worksheets:83,111-112,114-

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STANDARD

BENCHMARK

division facts.

Item Specifications:

Factors are limited to 19

Vocabulary allowed in items: quotient and vocabulary

given at previous grades

4.1.1.2 Use an understanding of place value to

multiply a number by 10, 100 and 1000.

Item Specifications:

Numbers multiplied by 10, 100 and 1000 may

contain at most, 2 digits

Numbers must be whole numbers

Vocabulary allowed in items: vocabulary given at

previous grades

4.1.1.3 Multiply multi-digit numbers using efficient

and generalizable procedures based on knowledge of

place value, including standard algorithms.

Item Specifications:

Items will contain multiplication of a one- or two-digit

number by a two- or three-digit number

Numbers must be whole numbers

Items must not have context

Vocabulary

allowed in items: factor and vocabulary

Standard 4.1.1:

given at previous grades

Demonstrate mastery

of multiplication and

division basic facts; 4.1.1.4 Estimate products and quotients of multi-digit

multiply multi-digit

whole numbers by using rounding, benchmarks and

numbers; solve realplace value to assess the reasonableness of results.

world and

Item Specifications:

mathematical

Assessed within 4.1.1.5

problems using

arithmetic.

(MCA, 810 items) 4.1.1.5 Solve multi-step real-world and mathematical

problems requiring the use of addition, subtraction and

multiplication of multi-digit whole numbers. Use

various strategies, including the relationship between

operations, the use of technology and the context of

the problem to assess the reasonableness of results.

Item Specifications:

Solutions must be less than 100,000

Vocabulary allowed in items: operation, strategy,

solve and vocabulary given at previous grades

the problem to assess the reasonableness of results.

Item Specifications:

Solutions must be less than 100,000

Vocabulary allowed in items: operation, strategy,

solve and vocabulary given at previous grades

knowledge of place value, equality and properties of

operations to divide multi-digit whole numbers by oneor two-digit numbers. Strategies may include mental

strategies, partial quotients, the commutative,

associative and distributive properties and repeated

subtraction.

Item Specifications:

Dividend may contain at most, 3 digits

Vocabulary allowed in items: quotient, divisor,

dividend and vocabulary given at previous grades

4.1.2.1: Represent equivalent fractions using fraction

models such as parts of a set, fraction circles, fraction

strips, number lines and other manipulatives. Use the

models to determine equivalent fractions.

Item Specifications:

Denominators are limited to 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10 and

12

Vocabulary allowed in items: equivalent, represent,

numerator, denominator and vocabulary given at

previous grades

to order and compare whole numbers and fractions,

including mixed numbers and improper fractions.

Item Specifications:

Denominators are limited to 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10 and

12

Vocabulary allowed in items: equivalent, numerator,

denominator, improper fraction, mixed numbers,

compare and vocabulary given at previous grades

fractions with like denominators in real-world and

mathematical situations. Develop a rule for addition

and subtraction of fractions with like denominators.

Item Specifications:

Standard 4.1.2:

Denominators are limited to 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10 and

Represent and

12

compare fractions

Vocabulary

allowed

in

items:

numerator, denominator

and decimals in

and

vocabulary

given

at

previous grades

real-world and

mathematical

situations; use

place value to

understand how

Standard 4.1.2:

Denominators are limited to 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10 and

Represent and

12

compare fractions

Vocabulary

allowed

in

items:

numerator, denominator

and decimals in

and vocabulary given at previous grades

real-world and

mathematical

situations; use

place value to

understand how

4.1.2.4: Read and write decimals with words and

decimals represent symbols; use place value to describe decimals in terms

quantities.

of thousands, hundreds, tens, ones, tenths, hundredths

(MCA, 1012 items)

and thousandths.

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: decimal and vocabulary

given at previous grades

4.1.2.5: Compare and order decimals and whole

numbers using place value, a number line and models

such as grids and base 10 blocks.

Item Specifications:

Numbers used are from thousands to thousandths

Allowable symbols: < and >

Vocabulary allowed in items: decimal and vocabulary

given at previous grades

decimal and fraction notations using words and

symbols; know the fraction and decimal equivalents for

halves and fourths.

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: decimal, equivalent and

vocabulary given at previous grades

4.1.2.7: Round decimals to the nearest tenth.

Item Specifications:

Numbers must be less than 500

Decimals may be given up to thousandths

Vocabulary allowed in items: decimal and vocabulary

given at previous grades

addition, subtraction, multiplication and division to

Standard 4.2.1: Use solve problems in various contexts. Record the inputs

input-output rules,

and outputs in a chart or table.

tables and charts to

Item Specifications:

represent patterns When creating a rule from pairs, 3 input-output pairs

and relationships and must be given; pairs are not required to be consecutive

to solve real-world

Output should not exceed 100

and mathematical

Vocabulary allowed in items: vocabulary given at

problems.

previous grades

(MCA, 45 items)

sentences involving multiplication, division and

unknowns. Use real-world situations involving

multiplication or division to represent number

sentences.

Item Specifications:

Numbers must be less than 100

Standard 4.2.2: Use

Variables,

boxes or blanks may be used to represent

number sentences

unknown numbers

involving

Vocabulary

allowed

in items: variable and vocabulary

multiplication,

given

at

previous grades

division and

unknowns to

represent and solve

4.2.2.2: Use multiplication, division and unknowns to

real-world and

represent a given problem situation using a number

mathematical

sentence. Use number sense, properties of

problems; create realmultiplication and the relationship between

world situations

multiplication and division to find values for the

corresponding to

unknowns that make the number sentences true.

number sentences.

Item Specifications:

(MCA, 45 items)

Numbers must be less than 100

Variables, boxes or blanks may be used to represent

unknown numbers

Vocabulary allowed in items: variable and vocabulary

given at previous grades

S

4.3.1.1: Describe, classify and sketch triangles,

including equilateral, right, obtuse and acute triangles.

Recognize triangles in various contexts.

Item Specifications:

Naming of triangles is limited to equilateral, right,

obtuse and acute

Allowable notation: 90

Vocabulary allowed in items: vertex and vocabulary

given at previous grades

Standard 4.3.1:

Name, describe,

classify and sketch

polygons.

(MCA, 45 items)

including squares, rectangles, trapezoids, rhombuses,

parallelograms and kites. Recognize quadrilaterals in

various contexts.

Item Specifications:

Naming of quadrilaterals is limited to quadrilateral,

square, rectangle, trapezoid, rhombus, parallelogram

and kite

Allowable notation: 90

Vocabulary allowed in items: vertex, congruent, and

vocabulary given at previous grades

Standard 4.3.2:

Understand angle

and area as

measurable

attributes of realworld and

mathematical

objects. Use

various tools to

measure angles

and areas.

(MCA, 57 items)

angles as acute, right and obtuse.

Item Specifications:

Allowable notation: 90, angle arc

Vocabulary allowed in items: vocabulary given at

previous grades

4.3.2.3: Understand that the area of a twodimensional figure can be found by counting the total

number of same-size square units that cover a shape

without gaps or overlaps. Justify why length and width

are multiplied to find the area of a rectangle by

breaking the rectangle into 11 unit squares and

viewing these as grouped into rows and columns.

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: area, and vocabulary

given at previous grades

4.3.2.4: Find the areas of geometric figures and realworld objects that can be divided into rectangular

shapes. Use square units to label area measurements.

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: area, and vocabulary

given at previous grades

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: translation, reflection,

rotation, symmetry, congruent, transformation, image,

and vocabulary given at previous grades

4.3.3.2: Apply reflections (flips) to figures by reflecting

over vertical or horizontal lines and relate reflections to

lines of symmetry.

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: translation, reflection,

rotation, symmetry, congruent, vertical, horizontal,

Standard 4.3.3: Use

transformation, image, and vocabulary given at

translations,

previous grades

reflections and

rotations to establish

4.3.3.3: Apply rotations (turns) of 90 clockwise or

congruency and

counterclockwise.

understand

Item Specifications:

symmetries.

Vocabulary allowed in items: translation, reflection,

(MCA, 34 items)

rotation, symmetry, congruent, clockwise,

counterclockwise, transformation, image, and

vocabulary given at previous grades

reflections and

rotations to establish

congruency and

understand

symmetries.

(MCA, 34 items)

counterclockwise.

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: translation, reflection,

rotation, symmetry, congruent, clockwise,

counterclockwise, transformation, image, and

vocabulary given at previous grades

rotations preserve congruency and use them to show

that 2 figures are congruent.

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: translation, reflection,

rotation, symmetry, congruent, transformation, image,

and vocabulary given at previous grades

diagrams to display data sets. The data may include

fractions or decimals. Understand that spreadsheet

tables and graphs can be used to display data.

Standard 4.4.1:

Item Specifications:

Collect, organize,

Denominators

are limited to 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10 and

display and interpret

12

data, including data

Decimals are limited to hundredths

collected over a

period of time and When interpreting data, displays may include tables,

bar graphs, timelines, Venn diagrams, line plots and

data represented by

pictographs

fractions and

Vocabulary allowed in items: timeline, Venn diagram,

decimals.

survey, and vocabulary given at previous grades

(MCA, 68 items)

Alignment to Math

Practice C

STRAND 1: NUMBER AND OPERATIONS

Fact Fluency

Unit

Unit 1

photographs in each booklet. What is the total number of

photographs that Emma puts into booklets?

A. 15

B. 54

C. 56

D. 72

Unit 5

A. 90

B. 900

C. 9,000

D. 90,000

100 x 90

Unit 5

28 x 59

A. 590

B. 1,482

C. 1,552

D. 1,652

Unit 5

Unit 7

A. about 5

B. about 50

C. about 500

D. about 5,000

Unit 5

also buys 15 pairs of soccer shorts. Each pair of shorts

costs $12. How much more does Jesse's coach spend on

jerseys than on shorts?

A. $45

B. $180

C. $225

D. $405

A. $45

B. $180

C. $225

D. $405

Unit 7

decides to read an equal number of pages every day for

24 days. How many pages should Trisha read every day?

A. 11

B. 12

C. 14

D. 18

Unit 9

fraction for 6/10 ?

A. 1/5

B. 2/5

C. 3/5

D. 4/5

Unit 9

Unit 9

Ruby has 5/6 pound of oats. She uses 2/6 pound for

breakfast. What amount of oats does Ruby have left?

Unit 11

A. 0.219

B. 2.019

C. 2.19

D. 2.219

Unit 11

Unit 11

Unit 11

STRAND 2: ALGEBRA

(MCA, 810 items)

Unit 8

Unit 7

aquariums in the science center. Which equation shows how

many pounds of gravel, g, will be put in each of the

aquariums, a?

Unit 7

Unit 2

best describes the triangle Alexis draws?

A. acute

B. equilateral

C. obtuse

D. right

Unit 2

and no right angles. What is the name of the

quadrilateral?

A. rectangle

B. parallelogram

C. square

D. trapezoid

Measure angles in geometric figures and real-world objects with a protractor or angle ruler.

Item Specifications:

Not assessed on the MCA-III

Unit 4

draw?

A. acute

B. obtuse

C. right

D. straight

Unit 2

A. 11 square units

B. 24 square units

C. 28 square units

D. 32 square units

Unit 2

David draws a sketch of the new deck he will build on the back

of his house. Find the area of the deck in square feet. Show

your work.

Unit 4

Unit 4

uses them to model some transformations. Which of these

transformations shows a reflection?

Unit 4

move the figure to make a rotation?

Unit 4

move the figure to make a rotation?

Unit 4

Which statement is true?

(MCA, 68 items)

Unit 9

of hats and scarves she sold in the first two days of the

fair. How many hats and scarves did Rebecca sell both

days?

A. 7

B. 8

C. 9

D. 15

(does not include Math Expression

PRETESTED

Quizzes and Test or MCA Practice Tests)

Multiplication Facts 3, 4, 6, 7, 8 Test A, B, C;

Division Facts 0, 1, 2, 5, 9 Test A, B, C; Division

Facts 3, 4, 6, 7, 8 Test A, B, C

Value

Estimation-Estimation/Rounding

TAUGHT

ASSESSED

Estimation-Division

Fractions

Order and Compare Fractions

Subtract Fractions

Decimals

Order Fractions

Equilivants; Number and Operations: FractionsEquilivant Fractions; Number and Operations:

Fractions-Read/Write Fractions

Decimals

Data Assessment

STANDARD

BENCHMARK

5th GRADE

STRAND 1: NUMBER AND

5.1.1.1: Divide multi-digit numbers using efficient and

generalizable procedures based on knowledge of place

value, including standard algorithms. Recognize that

quotients can be represented in a variety of ways,

including a whole number with a remainder, a fraction

or mixed number or a decimal.

Item Specifications:

Dividends may not be more than 4 digits

Divisors may not be more than 2 digits

Fractional remainders are not required to be given in

lowest terms

Allowable division notation: , fraction bar

Vocabulary allowed in items: remainder, and

vocabulary given at previous grades

situated to select the most useful form of the quotient

for the solution and use the context to interpret the

quotient appropriately.

Item Specifications:

Dividends may not be more than 4 digits

Divisors may not be more than 2 digits

Standard 5.1.1:

Fractional remainders are not required to be given in

Divide multi-digit

lowest terms

numbers; solve real Items may require interpretation of when decimals

world and

should be rounded (e.g., with money)

mathematical

Vocabulary allowed in items: remainder, and

problems using

vocabulary given at previous grades

arithmetic.

(MCA, 68 items)

(MCA-Modified, 46

5.1.1.3: Estimate solutions to arithmetic prob

items)

Item S

Assess

5.1.1.4: Solve real-world and mathematical problems

requiring addition, subtraction, multiplication and

division of multi-digit whole numbers. Use various

strategies, including the inverse relationships between

operations, the use of technology and the context of

the problem to assess the reasonableness of results.

Item Specifications:

Solutions are less than 1,000,000

Multiplication is limited to no more than three-digit

requiring addition, subtraction, multiplication and

division of multi-digit whole numbers. Use various

strategies, including the inverse relationships between

operations, the use of technology and the context of

the problem to assess the reasonableness of results.

Item Specifications:

Solutions are less than 1,000,000

Multiplication is limited to no more than three-digit

numbers by no more than three-digit numbers

Division is limited to no more than four-digit numbers

by no more than two-digit numbers

Fractional remainders are not required to be given in

lowest terms

Vocabulary allowed in items: vocabulary given at

previous grades

describe decimals in terms of groups from millionths to

millions.

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: place value, and

vocabulary given at previous grades

5.1.2.2: Find 0.1 more than a number and 0.1 less

than a number. Find 0.01 more than a number and 0.01

less than a number. Find 0.001 more than a number

and 0.001 less than a number.

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: place value, and

vocabulary given at previous grades

Standard 5.1.2:

Read, write,

represent and

5.1.2.3: Order fractions and decimals, including mixed

compare fractions

numbers and improper fractions, and locate on a

and decimals;

number line.

recognize and write

Item Specifications:

equivalent fractions; Denominators are limited to 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 12,

convert between

15, 16 and 20

fractions and

Mixed numbers are less than 10

decimals; use

Vocabulary allowed in items: place value, and

fractions and

vocabulary given at previous grades

decimals in real-world

and mathematical

5.1.2.4: Recognize and generate equivalent decimals,

situations.

fractions, mixed numbers and improper fractions in

(MCA, 68 items)

various contexts.

(MCA-Modified, 34

Item

Specifications:

items)

Denominators are limited to 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 12,

15, 16, 20, 25, 50 and 100

Mixed numbers are less than 10

Vocabulary allowed in items: place value, and

vocabulary given at previous grades

0.001.

Item Specifications:

Numbers can be given up to millionths

Vocabulary allowed in items: place value, and

vocabulary given at previous grades

5.1.3.1: Add and subtract decimals and fractions using

efficient and generalizable procedures, including

standard algorithms.

Item Specifications:

Addends, minuend and subtrahend denominators are

limited to 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10 and 12

Mixed numbers are less than 10

Items do not require conversion between fractions

and decimals

Items must not have context

Vocabulary allowed in items: vocabulary given at

previous grades

and decimals using a variety of representations.

Item Specifications:

Addends, minuend and subtrahend denominators are

Standard 5.1.3: Add

limited to 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10 and 12

and subtract

Mixed numbers are less than 10

fractions, mixed

Items do not require conversion between fractions

numbers and

and decimals

decimals to solve

Vocabulary allowed in items: vocabulary given at

real-world and

previous grades

mathematical

problems.

(MCA, 68 items)

(MCA-Modified, 46

5.1.3.3: Estimate sums and differences of

items)

decimals and fractions to assess the

reasonableness of results.

Item Specifications:

Assessed within 5.1.3.4

5.1.3.4: Solve real-world and mathematical problems

requiring addition and subtraction of decimals,

fractions and mixed numbers, including those involving

measurement, geometry and data.

Item Specifications:

Addends, minuend and subtrahend denominators are

limited to 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10 and 12

Mixed numbers are less than 10

Fractions and decimals may be used within the same

item

Vocabulary allowed in items: vocabulary given at

previous grades

Fractions and decimals may be used within the same

item

Vocabulary allowed in items: vocabulary given at

previous grades

STRAND 2: ALGE

(MCA, 1014 items) (MCA-Mo

5.2.1.1: Create and use rules, tables, spreadsheets

and graphs to describe patterns of change and solve

problems.

Item Specifications:

In a growing pattern, 3 applications of the rule must

Standard 5.2.1:

be shown, though not necessarily consecutively

Recognize and

In a table or graph, 3 input-output pairs must be

represent patterns of

given; pairs are not required to be consecutive

change; use patterns,

Vocabulary allowed in items: vocabulary given at

tables, graphs and

previous grades

rules to solve realworld and

mathematical

problems.

(MCA, 46 items) 5.2.1.2: Use a rule or table to represent ordered pairs

(MCA-Modified, 34 of positive integers and graph these ordered pairs on a

coordinate system.

items)

Item Specifications:

Scale increments on grids are limited to 1, 2 and 5

Rules may be expressed using variables

Vocabulary allowed in items: ordered pair, graph, and

vocabulary given at previous grades

5.2.2.1: Apply the commutative, associative and

distributive properties and order of operations to

generate equivalent numerical expressions and to

Standard 5.2.2: Use

solve problems involving whole numbers.

properties of

Item Specifications:

arithmetic to

Expressions may not contain nested parentheses

generate equivalent

Items must not have context

numerical

Vocabulary

allowed in items: expression, and

expressions and

vocabulary given at previous grades

evaluate expressions

involving whole

numbers.

(MCA, 23 items)

(MCA-Modified, 12

items)

Standard 5.2.3:

Understand and

interpret equations

and inequalities

involving variables

and whole numbers,

involving a variable is true or false for a given value of

the variable.

Item Specifications:

Allowable symbols: < and >

Items must not have context

Vocabulary allowed in items: inequality, and

vocabulary given at previous grades

Items must not have context

Vocabulary allowed in items: inequality, and

vocabulary given at previous grades

Standard 5.2.3:

Understand and

interpret equations

and inequalities

involving variables

5.2.3.2: Represent real-world situations using

and whole numbers, equations and inequalities involving variables. Create

and use them to

real-world situations corresponding to equations and

represent and solve

inequalities.

real-world and

Item Specifications:

mathematical

< and > symbols are allowed

problems.

Vocabulary allowed in items: inequality, and

(MCA, 46 items)

vocabulary given at previous grades

(MCA-Modified, 34 5.2.3.3: Evaluate expressions and solve equations

items)

involving variables when values for the variables are

given.

Item Specifications:

Items must not have context

Vocabulary allowed in items: expression, and

vocabulary given at previous grades

Standard 5.3.1:

Describe, classify,

and draw

representations of

three-dimensional

figures.

(MCA, 34 items)

(MCA-Modified, 23

items)

(MCA, 810 items) (MCA-Mod

5.3.1.1: Describe and classify three-dimensional

figures including cubes, prisms and pyramids by the

number of edges, faces or vertices as well as the types

of faces.

Item Specifications:

Prisms and pyramids are limited to triangular,

rectangular, pentagonal, hexagonal and octagonal

Vocabulary allowed in items: cube, prism, pyramid,

cone, cylinder, edge, face, base, three-dimensional,

triangular, rectangular, and vocabulary given at

previous grades

5.3.1.2: Recognize and draw a net for a threedimensional figure.

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: net, cylinder, cube,

prism, pyramid, edge, face, base, three-dimensional,

triangular, rectangular, and vocabulary given at

previous grades

5.3.2.1: Develop and use formulas to determine the

area of triangles, parallelograms and figures that can

be decomposed into triangles.

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: formula, and vocabulary

given at previous grades

Standard 5.3.2:

the volume and surface area of objects that are shaped

like rectangular prisms.

Item Specifications:

When finding surface area, a graphic of the prism or

net must be given

When finding surface area, dimensions of figures are

whole numbers

the volume and surface area of objects that are shaped

like rectangular prisms.

Item Specifications:

When finding surface area, a graphic of the prism or

net must be given

When finding surface area, dimensions of figures are

whole numbers

Standard 5.3.2:

Surface

areas

and

volumes are no more than 360

Determine the area

Vocabulary allowed in items: surface area, volume,

of triangles and

net, and vocabulary given at previous grades

quadrilaterals;

determine the

surface area and

volume of

5.3.2.3: Understand that the volume of a threerectangular prisms

dimensional

figure can be found by counting the total

in various

number

of

same-sized cubic units that fill a shape

contexts.

without

gaps

or overlaps. Use cubic units to label

(MCA, 56 items)

volume

measurements.

(MCA-Modified, 45

Item Specifications:

items)

Assessed within 5.3.2.2

5.3.2.4: Develop and use the formulas V = wh and V

= Bh to determine the volume of rectangular prisms.

Justify why base area B and height h are multiplied to

find the volume of a rectangular prism by breaking the

prism into layers of unit cubes.

Item Specifications:

The definition of B as the area of the base must be

given

Vocabulary allowed in items: volume, base, height,

and vocabulary given at previous grades

STRAND 4: DATA AN

(MCA, 68 items) (MCA-Mod

5.4.1.1: Know and use the definitions of the mean,

median and range of a set of data. Know how to use a

spreadsheet to find the mean, median and range of a

data set. Understand that the mean is a "leveling out"

of data.

Item Specifications:

When finding mean, data sets contain, at most 10

numbers

When finding median, data sets contain, at most 15

numbers

Numbers are less than 300

Vocabulary allowed in items: mean, median, range,

Standard 5.4.1: minimum, maximum, and vocabulary given at previous

grades

Display and interpret

data; determine

mean, median and

range.

5.4.1.2: Create and analyze double-bar graphs and

(MCA, 68 items)

line graphs by applying understanding of whole

(MCA-Modified, 68 numbers, fractions and decimals. Know how to create

items)

spreadsheet tables and graphs to display data.

Item Specifications:

Double-bar graphs have no more than 9 categories

Line graphs have no more than 10 data points

data; determine

mean, median and

range.

5.4.1.2: Create and analyze double-bar graphs and

(MCA, 68 items)

line graphs by applying understanding of whole

(MCA-Modified, 68 numbers, fractions and decimals. Know how to create

items)

spreadsheet tables and graphs to display data.

Item Specifications:

Double-bar graphs have no more than 9 categories

Line graphs have no more than 10 data points

Scales are in increments of , 1, 2, 4, 5, 10, tenths if

in decimal form or must be consistent with real world

applications

Vocabulary allowed in items: double-bar graph, line

graph, and vocabulary given at previous grades

Alignment to

Math

from Practice C

PRETESTED

What is the quotient?

Unit 2

Unit 3

Unit

Unit

Unit

Unit

Unit

3

5

7

9

11

3 cans each day to feed her cats. How many full days

will she be able to feed her cats with the pack, and

how many cans will she have left on the last day?

Item Specifications:

Assessed within 5.1.1.4

Unit 1

Unit 2

Unit 7

The company packs the hot dogs into packages with

16 hot dogs each. How many packages of hot dogs

can the company make in one week?

Unit 1

Unit 2

Unit 7

The company packs the hot dogs into packages with

16 hot dogs each. How many packages of hot dogs

can the company make in one week?

Unit 3

Unit 5

Unit 7

Her dog weighs 33.801 pounds. What is 333.801

written in word form?

Unit 3

Unit 5

Unit 7

Unit

Unit

Unit

Unit

3

5

7

9

Unit

Unit

Unit

Unit

3

5

7

9

0.125. What is the quotient rounded to the nearest

hundredth?

quart of skim milk for $1.55. Which shows how much

she pays for the whole milk and the skim milk

together?

banana. Shade the model to show $0.98 - $0.45. How

much money does Sadie have left?

corner. She spends $4.22 on the supplies for the

lemonade, including cups and straws. About how

much money does Lizzy make after she subtracts the

amount she spends on supplies?

A jeweler uses 15 1/4 grams of silver for the chain of

a necklace. She then attaches a pendant to the chain

that has a mass of 6 5/8 grams. What is the toatl

mass of the necklace with the chain and the

pendant?

STRAND 2: ALGEBRA

(MCA, 1014 items) (MCA-Modified, 79 items)

claire and her friends are selling ice cream bars at a

Unit 1

school fair to raise money for school supplies. The

Unit 8

table shows how much money they will make selling

ice cream bars. Write the rule for the table and find

Unit 10

out how much money they will make if they sell 200

Unit 11

ice cream bars.

Unit

Unit

Unit

Unit

1

8

10

11

y = x - 6?

Unit 1

Unit 8

simply the following expression?

2 x 89

Unit 1

Unit 2

Unit 5

Unit

8

Unit 10

Unit 11

Unit

8

Unit 10

Unit 11

Unit 1

Unit 2

Unit 5

Unit

8

Unit 10

Unit 11

Mrs. Kim is buying three ties for her sons for a family

weding. She has $40 to spend on the ties. If the ties

are the same price, which inequality can she use to

determine how much she can spend on each tie?

Unit 1

Unit 2

Unit 5

Unit 8

Unit 10

Unit

11

A. 5

B. 6

C. 8

D. 15

(MCA, 810 items) (MCA-Modified, 68 items)

Which solid figure has 6 edges?

Unit 12

Unit 12

Unit 2

Unit 6

Unit 12

Unit 2

Unit 6

Unit 12

square on the gride is one square centimeter. What is

the surface area of Hailey's solid figure?

Unit 2

Unit 6

Unit 12

square on the gride is one square centimeter. What is

the surface area of Hailey's solid figure?

Unit 6

Unit 12

Unit 6

Unit 12

(MCA, 68 items) (MCA-Modified, 68 items)

Enrique has four textbooks in his backpack. He writes

Unit 3

the number of pages in ech book in a table. What is

Unit 4

the range of the number of pages In his textbooks?

Unit 7

Unit 3

Unit 4

Unit 7

Evan asks all of the boys and girls in his class to ame

their favorite type of music. He used the data to

make a double bar graph. How many more boys

prefer rock to jazz?

Unit 3

Unit 4

Unit 7

Evan asks all of the boys and girls in his class to ame

their favorite type of music. He used the data to

make a double bar graph. How many more boys

prefer rock to jazz?

f results.

TAUGHT

ASSESSED

STANDARD

BENCHMARK

Alignment to Course 2

CIES site

6th GRADE

STRAND 1: NUMBER AND OPERATIONS

6.1.1.1: Locate positive rational numbers on a number Chapter

line and plot pairs of positive rational numbers on a

Chapter

coordinate grid.

Chapter

Item Specifications:

Both axes must have the same scale

Items may require locating points on either axis

Vocabulary allowed in items: integer, x-axis, y-axis,

horizontal axis, vertical axis, rational number,

coordinate grid, and vocabulary given at previous

grades

2

4

6

Chapter 2

represented in various forms. Use the symbols <, = Chapter 4

and >.

Chapter 6

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: is greater than, is less

than, and vocabulary given at previous grades

6.1.1.3: Understand that percent represents parts out

of 100 and ratios to 100.

Item Specifications:

Allowable notation: 25%, , 1:4

Percents must be between 1 and 100, inclusive

Vocabulary allowed in items: percent, ratio, and

vocabulary given at previous grades

Standard 6.1.1:

Read, write,

represent and

compare positive

rational numbers

6.1.1.4: Determine equivalences among fractions,

expressed as

decimals and percents; select among these

fractions, decimals,

representations to solve problems.

percents and ratios;

Item Specifications:

write positive

Allowable notation: 50%, , 0.95, 0.25

integers as products

Percents must be between 1 and 100, inclusive

of factors; use these

Vocabulary allowed in items: vocabulary given at

representations in

previous grades

real-world and

6.1.1.5: Factor whole numbers; express a whole

mathematical

number

as a product of prime factors with exponents.

situations.

Item Specifications:

(MCA, 57 items)

Prime factors are not greater than 13

(MCA-Modified, 47

Numbers

being factored are less than 1,000

items)

Vocabulary allowed in items: prime factor, prime

factorization, exponent, power, base, and vocabulary

given at previous grades

from greatest to least?

Chapter 8

Chapter 9

Chapter 2

Chapter 4

Chapter

8

Chapter

9

comedies. What is this percentage as a fr

simplest form?

Chapter 1

Chapter 4

common multiples. Use common factors and common

Chapter

multiples to calculate with fractions and find equivalent

fractions.

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: greatest common factor,

least common multiple, and vocabulary given at

previous grades

Standard 6.1.2:

Understand the

0.01?

4

5

1

4

5

8

13

equivalent?

of positive rational numbers.

Item Specifications:

Conversions are limited to within a representation

(e.g., 7/4=1 and 32 =33, not 0.5=1/2)

Vocabulary allowed in items: exponent, integer, and

vocabulary given at previous grades

Chapter

Chapter

Chapter

Chapter

Chapter

understand that comparing quantities using ratios is

not the same as comparing quantities using

subtraction.

Item Specifications:

Allowable ratio notation: , 1 to 4, 1:4, 1 out of 4

Vocabulary allowed in items: ratio, and vocabulary

given at previous grades

Chapter 4

Chapter 8

the ratio of boys to girls?

Item Specifications:

Allowable ratio notation: , 1 to 4, 1:4, 1 out of 4

Vocabulary allowed in items: ratio, and vocabulary

given at previous grades

Standard 6.1.2:

equivalent fractions and percents to solve problems in

Understand the

various contexts, including those involving mixtures

concept of ratio and

and concentrations.

its relationship to

Item Specifications:

fractions and to the

Allowable ratio notation: , 1 to 4, 1:4, 1 out of 4,

multiplication and

25%

division of whole

Rates may be expressed using the word per

numbers. Use ratios

Vocabulary allowed in items: ratio, percent, and

to solve real-world

vocabulary given at previous grades

and mathematical

6.1.2.3: Determine the rate for ratios of quantities

problems.

with different units.

(MCA, 26 items)

Item Specifications:

(MCA-Modified, 13 Allowable ratio notation: , 1 to 4, 1:4, 1 out of 4

items)

Rates may be expressed using the word per

Vocabulary allowed in items: rate, ratio, unit rate,

and vocabulary given at previous grades

6.1.2.4: Use reasoning about multiplication and

division to solve ratio and rate problems.

Item Specifications:

Allowable ratio notation: , 1 to 4, 1:4, 1 out of 4

Rates may be expressed using the word per

Vocabulary allowed in items: rate, ratio, and

vocabulary given at previous grades

Chapter 4

Chapter 8

Chapter 9

Chapter 8

Chapter 8

equation can be used to find the percent

at the kennel that are cats?

is her hourly rate?

Parvone uses her phone for 2 hours, how

she pay?

using efficient and generalizable procedures, including

Chapter 4

standard algorithms.

Chapter 5

Item Specifications:

Items must not have context

Vocabulary allowed in items: reciprocal, and

vocabulary given at previous grades

Chapter 2

multiplication, division and the inverse

Chapter 4

relationship between multiplication and division

Chapter 5

to make sense of procedures for multiplying and

dividing fractions.

Item Specifications:

Assessed within 6.1.3.1

by the model below?

Standard 6.1.3:

Multiply and divide

decimals, fractions

6.1.3.3: Calculate the percent of a number and

Chapter 9

and mixed numbers;

determine what percent one number is of another

Chapter

solve real-world and

number to solve problems in various contexts.

mathematical

13

Item Specifications:

problems using

Percents are not less than 1

arithmetic with

Percents over 100 are 110, 125, 150 and 200

positive rational

Vocabulary allowed in items: percent, and vocabulary

numbers.

given at previous grades

(MCA, 57 items)

(MCA-Modified, 35

6.1.3.4: Solve real-world and mathematical problems Chapter 1

items)

requiring arithmetic with decimals, fractions and mixed

Chapter 3

numbers.

Chapter 4

Item Specifications:

Chapter 6

Items are limited to no more than two operations

Chapter 7

Vocabulary allowed in items: reciprocal, and

Chapter 8

vocabulary given at previous grades

6.1.3.5: Estimate solutions to problems with

Chapter 2

whole numbers, fractions and decimals and use

Chapter 4

the estimates to assess the reasonableness of

Chapter 5

results in the context of the problem.

Item Specifications:

Assessed within 6.1.3.

family. The meal cost $82.50. How much

leave?

cost $0.82 per gallon, how many gallons

did Sidney buy?

week. Each day he swims about 3.8 kilom

About how far does Frank swim in a week

STRAND 2: ALGEBRA

6.2.1.1: Understand that a variable can be used to

represent a quantity that can change, often in relation

to another changing quantity. Use variables in various

contexts.

Item Specifications:

Standard 6.2.1:

Allowable multiplication notation: 3x, xy, 34, 3(4)

Recognize and

Equations will not contain exponents

represent

Vocabulary allowed in items: evaluate, and

relationships between

vocabulary given at previous grades

varying quantities;

translate from one

representation to

another; use

patterns, tables,

graphs and rules to

solve real-world and

Chapter 7

5x + 8?

represent

relationships between

varying quantities;

translate from one

representation to

another; use

patterns, tables,

graphs and rules to

solve real-world and

mathematical

problems.

(MCA, 45 items)

(MCA-Modified, 23

items)

Vocabulary allowed in items: evaluate, and

vocabulary given at previous grades

varying quantities with function rules, graphs and

tables; translate between any two of these

representations.

Item Specifications:

Allowable multiplication notation: 3x, xy, 34, 3(4)

Equations will not contain exponents

Vocabulary allowed in items: translate, function,

coordinate grid, and vocabulary given at previous

grades

6.2.2.1: Apply the associative, commutative and

properties of

distributive properties and order of operations to

arithmetic to

generate equivalent expressions and to solve problems

generate equivalent

involving positive rational numbers.

numerical

Item Specifications:

expressions and

Allowable multiplication notation: 3x, xy, 34, 3(4)

evaluate expressions

Items must not have context

involving positive

Vocabulary allowed in items: order of operations,

rational numbers.

simplify, and vocabulary given at previous grades

(MCA, 23 items)

(MCA-Modified, 12

items)

Chapter 7

Chapter 8

this table?

Chapter 6

Chapter 7

Chapter

situations using equations and inequalities involving

Standard 6.2.3:

variables and positive rational numbers.

Understand and

Item Specifications:

interpret equations Allowable multiplication notation: 3x, xy, 34, 3(4), x2

and inequalities

<, > and = symbols are allowed

involving variables

Vocabulary allowed in items: vocabulary given at

and positive

previous grades

rational numbers.

Use equations and

inequalities to

6.2.3.2: Solve equations involving positive rational Chapter

represent realnumbers

using number sense, properties of arithmetic

world and

and

the

idea

of maintaining equality on both sides of

mathematical

problems; use the the equation. Interpret a solution in the original context

and assess the reasonableness of results.

idea of maintaining

Item Specifications:

equality to solve

Allowable

multiplication

notation: 3x, xy, 34, 3(4), x2

equations.

Vocabulary allowed in items: reasonable, and

Interpret solutions

vocabulary given at previous grades

in the original

context.

(MCA, 68 items)

(MCA-Modified, 57

items)

time. Which inequality could be used to s

many points the home team needs to sco

the game? Let p represent the number of

needed.

x - 9 = 12?

(MCA, 1012 items) (MCA-Modified, 79 items)

6.3.1.1: Calculate the surface area and volume of

What is the surface area of the prism?

Chapter 12

prisms and use appropriate units, such as cm2 and

cm3. Justify the formulas used. Justification may

involve decomposition, nets or other models.

Item Specifications:

Allowable notation: 3 square centimeters, 3 cm sq, 3

cm2

Vocabulary allowed in items: vocabulary given at

previous grades

6.3.1.2: Calculate the area of quadrilaterals.

Standard 6.3.1:

Quadrilaterals

include squares, rectangles, rhombuses,

Calculate perimeter,

parallelograms,

trapezoids and kites. When formulas

area, surface area

are used, be able to explain why they are valid.

and volume of twoItem Specifications:

and three

Congruent

side

marks (hash marks) may be used

dimensional figures

Allowable

notation:

3 square centimeters, 3 cm sq, 3

to solve real-world

cm2

and mathematical

Vocabulary

allowed

in

items: vocabulary given at

problems.

previous

grades

(MCA, 35 items)

(MCA-Modified, 34

items)

6.3.1.3: Estimate the perimeter and area of irregular

figures on a grid when they cannot be decomposed

into common figures and use correct units, such as cm

and cm2.

Item Specifications:

Allowable notation: 3 square centimeters, 3 cm sq, 3

Chapter 10

Chapter 11

length of 6 cenimenters, a base length of

centimeters, and a height of 4 centimete

Chapter 11 may

need to

supplement

(MCA-Modified, 34

items)

6.3.1.3: Estimate the perimeter and area of irregular

figures on a grid when they cannot be decomposed

into common figures and use correct units, such as cm

and cm2.

Item Specifications:

Allowable notation: 3 square centimeters, 3 cm sq, 3

cm2

Vocabulary allowed in items: vocabulary given at

previous grades

6.3.2.1: Solve problems using the relationships

between the angles formed by intersecting lines.

Item Specifications:

Allowable notation: A, mA , ABC

Vocabulary allowed in items: intersecting, vertical,

adjacent, complementary, supplementary, straight,

hypotenuse, leg, and vocabulary given at previous

grades

6.3.2.2: Determine missing angle measures in a

triangle

using the fact that the sum of the interior

Standard 6.3.2:

Understand and use angles of a triangle is 180. Use models of triangles to

illustrate this fact.

relationships between

Item Specifications:

angles in geometric

Allowable notation: A, mA , ABC

figures.

(MCA, 35 items)

complementary, supplementary, interior, exterior,

(MCA-Modified, 34

hypotenuse, leg, and vocabulary given at previous

items)

grades

6.3.2.3: Develop and use formulas for the sums of the

interior angles of polygons by decomposing them into

triangles.

Item Specifications:

Allowable notation: A, mA , ABC

Vocabulary allowed in items: interior, diagonal, and

vocabulary given at previous grades

Chapter 11 may

need to

supplement

Chapter 10

Chapter 10

Chapter 10 may

need to

supplement

the shape?

conversion of weights, capacities, geometric

Standard 6.3.3:

measurements and times within measurement systems

Choose appropriate

using appropriate units.

units of measurement

Item Specifications:

and use ratios to

Vocabulary allowed in items: customary, metric,

convert within

capacity, and vocabulary given at previous grades

measurement

systems to solve real6.3.3.2: Estimate weights, capacities and geometric Chapter

world and

measurements using benchmarks in measurement

mathematical

systems with appropriate units.

problems.

Item Specifications:

(MCA, 23 items)

Vocabulary

allowed

in items: customary, metric,

(MCA-Modified, 12

capacity,

and

vocabulary

given at previous grades

items)

this container of juice?

centimeters, meters, inches, and feet. Th

of units found are: 10, 350, 120, and 3. H

inches long is Pamela's bedroom?

(MCA, 68 items) (MCA-Modified, 68 items)

6.4.1.1: Determine the sample space (set of possible Chapter 2

What is a possible sample space for tossi

outcomes) for a given experiment and determine which

coins?

Chapter 13

members of the sample space are related to certain

events. Sample space may be determined by the use

of tree diagrams, tables or pictorial representations.

Item Specifications:

Size of the sample space will not exceed 36

Vocabulary allowed in items: probability, outcome,

tree diagram, event, random, sample space,

combinations, and vocabulary given at previous grades

the ratio between the size of the event and the size of

the sample space; represent probabilities as percents,

fractions and decimals between 0 and 1 inclusive.

Understand that probabilities measure likelihood.

Item Specifications:

Size of the sample space is no more than 100

Standard 6.4.1: Use

probabilities to solve Vocabulary allowed in items: probability, outcome,

event, likely, unlikely, certain, impossible, ratio,

real-world and

random, sample space, and vocabulary given at

mathematical

previous grades

problems; represent

probabilities using

fractions, decimals

and percents.

(MCA, 68 items)

(MCA-Modified, 68

items)

Chapter 13

black socks, 8 green socks, and 2 red soc

reaches in and randomly takes out one so

the probability that it will be red?

mathematical

problems; represent

probabilities using

fractions, decimals

and percents.

6.4.1.3: Perform experiments for situations in which

(MCA, 68 items)

(MCA-Modified, 68 the probabilities are known, and compare the resulting

relative frequencies with the known probabilities; know

items)

that there may be differences.

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: probability, outcome,

event, theoretical, frequency, relative frequency,

random, and vocabulary given at previous grades

Chapter 13

experiments; represent them as percents, fractions and

decimals between 0 and 1 inclusive. Use experimental

probabilities to make predictions when actual

probabilities are unknown.

Item Specifications:

Size of the sample space is no more than 100

Vocabulary allowed in items: probability, outcome,

event, experimental, frequency, predict, random, and

vocabulary given at previous grades

13

outcome is most consistent with theoreti

probabiliies?

results below. Based on her experimenta

is the probability of rolling a 3?

CIES site

NS

912 items)

folowing on the number line represents

t to least?

on is equivalent to 15%?

hat is this percentage as a fraction in

m?

oys to girls?

Pretested

Taught

Postested

be used to find the percent of animals

l that are cats?

rate?

s her phone for 2 hours, how much does

l below?

meal cost $82.50. How much tip did Tarik

er gallon, how many gallons of water

uy?

day he swims about 3.8 kilometers.

ar does Frank swim in a week?

811 items)

following describes the expression

nequality could be used to show how

the home team needs to score to win

et p represent the number of points

?

MENT

tems)

urface area of the prism?

enimenters, a base length of 12

and a height of 4 centimeters?

measure of angle x?

r of juice?

meters, inches, and feet. The numbers

d are: 10, 350, 120, and 3. How many

s Pamela's bedroom?

ems)

ssible sample space for tossing two

8 green socks, and 2 red socks. If he

nd randomly takes out one sock, what is

ty that it will be red?

most consistent with theoretical

w. Based on her experimental data, what

ility of rolling a 3?

STANDARD

BENCHMARK

7th GRADE

7.1.1.1: Know that every rational number can be

written as the ratio of two integers or as a terminating

or repeating decimal. Recognize that is not rational,

but that it can be approximated by rational numbers

such as 22/7 and 3.14.

Item Specifications:

Allowable notation: . . . . , (written as a symbol, not

as pi)

Vocabulary allowed in items: terminating, repeating,

and vocabulary given at previous grades

7.1.1.2: Understand that division of two integers will

always result in a rational number. Use this information

to interpret the decimal result of a division problem

when using a calculator.

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: terminating, repeating,

and vocabulary given at previous grades

Standard 7.1.1:

Read, write,

represent and

compare positive and

7.1.1.3: Locate positive and negative rational

negative rational

numbers on a number line, understand the concept of

numbers, expressed

opposites, and plot pairs of positive and negative

as integers, fractions

rational numbers on a coordinate grid.

and decimals.

Item Specifications:

(MCA, 46 items)

Vocabulary allowed in items: opposite, coordinate,

(MCA-Modified, 24

origin, and vocabulary given at previous grades

items)

numbers expressed in various forms using the symbols

<, >, =, , and .

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: vocabulary given at

previous grades

7.1.1.5: Recognize and generate equivalent

representations of positive and negative rational

numbers, including equivalent fractions.

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: vocabulary given at

previous grades

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: vocabulary given at

previous grades

and negative rational numbers that are integers,

fractions and terminating decimals; use efficient and

generalizable procedures, including standard

algorithms; raise positive rational numbers to wholenumber exponents.

Item Specifications:

Items must not have context

Vocabulary allowed in items: vocabulary given at

previous grades

7.1.2.2: Use real-world contexts and the inverse

relationship between addition and subtraction to

explain why the procedures of arithmetic with negative

rational numbers make sense.

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: inverse and vocabulary

given at previous grades

Standard 7.1.2:

Calculate with

7.1.2.3: Understand that calculators and other

positive and

negative rational computing technologies often truncate or round

numbers.

numbers, and

Item Specifications:

rational numbers

Assessed within 7.1.2.4

with whole number

exponents, to

7.1.2.4: Solve problems in various contexts involving

solve real-world

calculations with positive and negative rational

and mathematical

numbers and positive integer exponents, including

problems.

computing simple and compound interest.

(MCA, 810 items)

Item Specifications:

(MCA-Modified, 47

Vocabulary

allowed in items: simple interest,

items)

compound interest, and vocabulary given at previous

grades

involving ratios in various contexts.

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: proportion and

vocabulary given at previous grades

7.1.2.6: Demonstrate an understanding of the

relationship between the absolute value of a rational

number and distance on a number line. Use the symbol

for absolute value.

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: absolute value and

vocabulary given at previous grades

STRAND 2: ALGEBRA

Standard 7.2.1:

Understand the

concept of

proportionality in

real-world and

mathematical

situations, and

distinguish between

proportional and

other relationships.

(MCA, 12 items)

(MCA-Modified, 12

items)

variables, x and y, is proportional if it can be expressed

in the form y/x=k or y=kx. Distinguish proportional

relationships from other relationships, including

inversely proportional relationships (xy=k or y=k/x).

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: proportional, inversely,

and vocabulary given at previous grades

relationship is a line through the origin whose slope is

the unit rate (constant of proportionality). Know how to

use graphing technology to examine what happens to

a line when the unit rate is changed.

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: proportional, origin,

slope, and vocabulary given at previous grades

tables, verbal descriptions, symbols, equations and

graphs; translate from one representation to another.

Determine the unit rate (constant of proportionality or

slope) given any of these representations.

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: proportional, origin,

slope, and vocabulary given at previous grades

Standard 7.2.2:

Recognize

proportional

relationships in

real-world and

mathematical

situations;

7.2.2.2: Solve multi-step problems involving

represent these

proportional relationships in numerous contexts.

and other

Item Specifications:

relationships with

Contexts

may

include (but are not limited to)

tables, verbal

discounts, tax, and percent of change

descriptions,

Vocabulary allowed in items: proportional and

symbols and

vocabulary given at previous grades

graphs; solve

problems involving

proportional

7.2.2.3: Use knowledge of proportions to assess

relationships and

the reasonableness of solutions.

explain results in

Item Specifications:

the original

Assessed within 7.2.2.1 and 7.2.2.2

context.

7.2.2.4: Represent real-world or mathematical

(MCA, 68 items)

situations

using equations and inequalities involving

(MCA-Modified, 34

variables

and

positive and negative rational numbers.

items)

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: vocabulary given at

previous grades

(MCA, 68 items)

situations

using equations and inequalities involving

(MCA-Modified, 34

variables

and

positive and negative rational numbers.

items)

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: vocabulary given at

previous grades

equivalent numerical and algebraic expressions

containing rational numbers, grouping symbols and

whole number exponents. Properties of algebra include

associative, commutative and distributive laws.

Standard 7.2.3:

Item Specifications:

Apply understanding

Items

must not have context

of order of operations

Vocabulary allowed in items: simplify and vocabulary

and algebraic

given at previous grades

properties to

generate equivalent

numerical and

algebraic expressions 7.2.3.2: Evaluate algebraic expressions containing

containing positive

rational numbers and whole number exponents at

and negative rational

specified values of their variables.

numbers and

Item Specifications:

grouping symbols;

Expressions contain no more than 3 variables

evaluate such

Vocabulary allowed in items: evaluate, substitute,

expressions.

and vocabulary given at previous grades

(MCA, 46 items)

(MCA-Modified, 24

7.2.3.3: Apply understanding of order of

items)

operations and grouping symbols when using

calculators and other technologies.

Item Specifications:

Assessed within 7.2.3.1 and 7.2.3.2

Standard 7.2.4:

7.2.4.1: Represent relationships in various contexts

Represent real-world

with equations involving variables and positive and

and mathematical

negative rational numbers. Use the properties of

situations using

equality to solve for the value of a variable. Interpret

equations with

the solution in the original context.

variables. Solve

Item Specifications:

equations

Vocabulary allowed in items: vocabulary given at

symbolically, using

previous grades

the properties of

equality. Also solve

7.2.4.2: Solve equations resulting from proportional

equations graphically

relationships in various contexts.

and numerically.

Item Specifications:

Interpret solutions in

Vocabulary allowed in items: vocabulary given at

the original context.

previous grades

(MCA, 46 items)

(MCA-Modified, 24

items)

(MCA, 810 items) (MCA-Modified, 79

7.3.1.1: Demonstrate an understanding of the

proportional relationship between the diameter and

circumference of a circle and that the unit rate

(constant of proportionality) is . Calculate the

circumference and area of circles to solve problems in

various contexts.

Item Specifications:

Standard 7.3.1: Use Allowable notation: (written as a symbol, not as

reasoning with

pi)

proportions and ratios Items may assess finding the area and arc length of a

to determine

sector

measurements,

Items do not assess finding the perimeter of a sector

justify formulas and

Vocabulary allowed in items: radius, diameter,

solve real-world and

circumference, and vocabulary given at previous

mathematical

grades

problems involving

circles and related

geometric figures.

(MCA, 45 items)

7.3.1.2: Calculate the volume and surface area of

(MCA-Modified, 36

cylinders and justify the formulas used.

items)

Item Specifications:

Units must be consistent throughout an item;

conversions are not allowed

Vocabulary allowed in items: radius, diameter,

circumference, cylinder, lateral area, and vocabulary

given at previous grades

7.3.2.1: Describe the properties of similarity, compare

geometric figures for similarity and determine scale

factors.

Item Specifications:

Allowable notation: ~ (similar), (congruent),

(segment FG), FG (length of segment FG)

Vocabulary allowed in items: similar, corresponding,

scale factor, and vocabulary given at previous grades

ratios to determine side lengths and areas of similar

geometric figures.

Item Specifications:

Allowable notation: ~ (similar), (congruent),

(segment FG), FG (length of segment FG)

Vocabulary allowed in items: similar, corresponding,

scale factor, and vocabulary given at previous grades

Standard 7.3.2:

Analyze the effect of

change of scale,

7.3.2.3: Use proportions and ratios to solve problems

translations and

involving scale drawings and conversions of

reflections on the

measurement units.

attributes of twoItem

Specifications:

dimensional figures.

Conversions are limited to no more than 2 per item

(MCA, 45 items)

Vocabulary allowed in items: similar, corresponding,

Standard 7.3.2:

Analyze the effect of

change of scale,

7.3.2.3: Use proportions and ratios to solve problems

translations and

involving scale drawings and conversions of

reflections on the

measurement units.

attributes of twoItem

Specifications:

dimensional figures.

Conversions

are

limited

to no more than 2 per item

(MCA, 45 items)

Vocabulary

allowed

in

items:

similar, corresponding,

(MCA-Modified, 36

scale

drawing,

conversion,

and

vocabulary given at

items)

previous grades

reflections of figures on a coordinate grid, and

determine the coordinates of the vertices of the figure

after the transformation.

Item Specifications:

Allowable notation: J and J (labels for points before

and after transformation)

Allowable translation notation: (x, y) (x + 3, y 2)

Images may be reflected over vertical lines,

horizontal lines and the lines y=x and y=x

Vocabulary allowed in items: vocabulary given at

previous grades

(MCA, 810 items) (MCA-Modified, 810

7.4.1.1: Design simple experiments, and collect data.

Determine mean, median and range for quantitative

data and from data represented in a display. Use these

quantities to draw conclusions about the data, compare

different data sets and make predictions.

Item Specifications:

Data displays are limited to no more than 10

categories

Data

displays

from

previous grades may be used

Standard 7.4.1: Use

Vocabulary

allowed

in

items: stem-and-leaf plot, and

mean, median and

vocabulary

given

at previous grades

range to draw

conclusions about

data and make

predictions.

(MCA, 35 items) 7.4.1.2: Describe the impact that inserting or deleting

(MCA-Modified, 35 a data point has on the mean and the median of a data

set. Know how to create data displays using a

items)

spreadsheet to examine this impact.

Item Specifications:

Data sets are limited to no more than 10 data points

Vocabulary allowed in items: outlier and vocabulary

given at previous grades

interpret data in circle graphs (pie charts) and

Standard 7.4.2:

histograms. Choose the appropriate data display and

Display and interpret know how to create the display using a spreadsheet or

data in a variety of

other graphing technology.

ways, including circle

Item Specifications:

graphs and

Circle graphs have no more than 6 sectors

histograms.

Histograms have no more than 5 intervals

(MCA, 12 items) Vocabulary allowed in items: circle graph, histogram,

(MCA-Modified, 12

frequency table, and vocabulary given at previous

items)

grades

7.4.3.1: Use random numbers generated by a

calculator or a spreadsheet or taken from a table

to simulate situations involving randomness,

make a histogram to display the results and

compare the results to known probabilities.

Item Specifications:

Not assessed on the MCA-III

Standard 7.4.3:

Calculate

probabilities and

reason about

7.4.3.2: Calculate probability as a fraction of sample

probabilities using

space or as a fraction of area. Express probabilities as

proportions to solve

percents, decimals and fractions.

real-world and

Item Specifications:

mathematical

Vocabulary allowed in items: vocabulary given at

problems.

previous grades

(MCA, 35 items)

(MCA-Modified, 35

7.4.3.3: Use proportional reasoning to draw

items)

conclusions about and predict relative frequencies of

outcomes based on probabilities.

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: vocabulary given at

previous grades

BENCHMARK

MCA-Modified, 79 items)

BENCHMARK ASSESSMENT

D 2: ALGEBRA

(MCA-Modified, 79 items)

: DATA ANALYSIS

MCA-Modified, 810 items)

STANDARD

BENCHMARK

8th GRADE

(MCA, 68 items) (MCA-Modified, 67 i

8.1.1.1: Classify real numbers as rational or irrational.

Know that when a square root of a positive integer is

not an integer, then it is irrational. Know that the sum

of a rational number and an irrational number is

irrational, and the product of a non-zero rational

number and an irrational number is irrational.

Item Specifications:

Allowable notation: square root

Vocabulary allowed in items: irrational, real, square

root, radical, and vocabulary given at previous grades

on a number line. Identify the square root of a positive

integer as an integer, or if it is not an integer, locate it

as a real number between two consecutive positive

integers.

Item Specifications:

Allowable notation: square root

Vocabulary allowed in items: square root, radical,

consecutive, and vocabulary given at previous grades

Standard 8.1.1:

Read, write, compare,

classify and represent

8.1.1.3: Determine rational approximations for

real numbers, and

solutions to problems involving real numbers.

use them to solve

Item Specifications:

problems in various

Allowable notation:

contexts.

Vocabulary allowed in items: square root, radical,

(MCA, 68 items) consecutive, and vocabulary given at previous grades

(MCA-Modified, 67

items)

8.1.1.4: Know and apply the properties of positive and

negative integer exponents to generate equivalent

numerical expressions.

Item Specifications:

Allowable notation: -x2, (-x)2, -32, (-3)2

Expressions may be numeric or algebraic

Vocabulary allowed in items: vocabulary given at

previous grades

very small numbers using scientific notation;

understand how calculators display numbers in

scientific notation. Multiply and divide numbers

expressed in scientific notation, and express the

answer in scientific notation, using the correct number

of significant digits when physical measurements are

involved.

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: scientific notation,

significant digits, standard form, and vocabulary given

at previous grades

STRAND 2: ALGEBRA

8.2.1.1: Understand that a function is a relationship

between an independent variable and a dependent

variable in which the value of the independent variable

determines the value of the dependent variable. Use

functional notation, such as f(x), to represent such

relationships.

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: independent,

dependent, constant, coefficient, and vocabulary given

at previous grades

8.2.1.2: Use linear functions to represent relationships

in which changing the input variable by some amount

leads to a change in the output variable that is a

constant times that amount.

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: independent,

dependent, constant, coefficient, and vocabulary given

at previous grades

Standard 8.2.1:

8.2.1.3: Understand that a function is linear if it can

Understand the

be expressed in the form f(x)=mx+b or if its graph is a

concept of function in

straight line.

real-world and

Item Specifications:

mathematical

Vocabulary allowed in items: linear, constant,

situations, and

coefficient, and vocabulary given at previous grades

distinguish between

linear and non-linear

functions.

8.2.1.4: Understand that an arithmetic sequence is a

(MCA, 45 items)

linear function that can be expressed in the form

(MCA-Modified, 24

f(x)=mx+b, where x=0, 1, 2, 3, .

items)

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: nth term, arithmetic

sequence, geometric sequence, linear function, nonlinear function, progression, common difference, and

vocabulary given at previous grades

Allowable notation: items must specify the domain as

x=1, 2, 3, 4, or x = 1, 2, 3, 4,

(MCA-Modified, 24

items)

f(x)=mx+b, where x=0, 1, 2, 3, .

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: nth term, arithmetic

sequence, geometric sequence, linear function, nonlinear function, progression, common difference, and

vocabulary given at previous grades

Allowable notation: items must specify the domain as

x=1, 2, 3, 4, or x = 1, 2, 3, 4,

8.2.1.5: Understand that a geometric sequence is a

non-linear function that can be expressed in the form

f(x)=abx, where x=0, 1, 2, 3, .

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: nth term, arithmetic

sequence, geometric sequence, linear function, nonlinear function, exponential, progression, common

ratio, and vocabulary given at previous grades

Allowable notation: items must specify the domain as

x=1, 2, 3, 4, or x = 1, 2, 3, 4,

descriptions, symbols, equations and graphs; translate

one representation to another.

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: linear function, and

vocabulary given at previous grades

8.2.2.2: Identify graphical properties of linear

functions including slopes and intercepts. Know that

the slope equals the rate of change and that the yintercept is zero when the function represents a

proportional relationship.

Item Specifications:

Coordinates used for determining slope must contain

integer values

Vocabulary allowed in items: linear function,

intercept, and vocabulary given at previous grades

Standard 8.2.2:

Recognize linear

functions in realworld and

mathematical

8.2.2.3: Identify how coefficient changes in the

situations; represent

equation f(x)=mx+b affect the graphs of linear

linear functions and

functions. Know how to use graphing technology to

other functions with

examine these effects.

tables, verbal

Item Specifications:

descriptions, symbols

Vocabulary allowed in items: linear function,

and graphs; solve

intercept, coefficient, constant, and vocabulary given

problems involving

at previous grades

these functions and

explain results in the

8.2.2.4: Represent arithmetic sequences using

original context.

equations,

tables, graphs and verbal descriptions, and

(MCA, 46 items)

use them to solve problems.

(MCA-Modified, 24

Item Specifications:

items)

Vocabulary allowed in items: nth term, arithmetic

sequence, geometric sequence, linear function, nonlinear function, progression, and vocabulary given at

previous grades

use them to solve problems.

(MCA-Modified, 24

Item Specifications:

items)

Vocabulary allowed in items: nth term, arithmetic

sequence, geometric sequence, linear function, nonlinear function, progression, and vocabulary given at

previous grades

8.2.2.5: Represent geometric sequences using

equations, tables, graphs and verbal descriptions, and

use them to solve problems.

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: nth term, arithmetic

sequence, geometric sequence, linear function, nonlinear function, progression, and vocabulary given at

previous grades

8.2.3.1: Evaluate algebraic expressions, including

expressions containing radicals and absolute values, at

specified values of their variables.

Item Specifications:

Items must not have context

Directives may include: simplify, evaluate

Vocabulary allowed in items: vocabulary given at

previous grades

Standard 8.2.3:

Generate equivalent

numerical and

8.2.3.2: Justify steps in generating equivalent

algebraic expressions

expressions

by identifying the properties used,

and use algebraic

including the properties of algebra. Properties include

properties to

the

associative, commutative and distributive laws and

evaluate expressions.

the

order of operations, including grouping symbols.

(MCA, 35 items)

Item Specifications:

(MCA-Modified, 24

Items

must not have context

items)

Vocabulary allowed in items: associative,

commutative, distributive, identity, property, order of

operations, and vocabulary given at previous grades

involving a constant rate of change, including

proportional and non-proportional relationships.

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: vocabulary given at

previous grades

Solve for one variable in a multi-variable equation in

terms of the other variables. Justify the steps by

identifying the properties of equalities used.

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: vocabulary given at

previous grades

point-slope and standard forms, and convert between

these forms. Given sufficient information, find an

equation of a line.

Item Specifications:

Items must not have context

Vocabulary allowed in items: slope-intercept form,

point-slope form, standard form, and vocabulary given

at previous grades

8.2.4.4: Use linear inequalities to represent

relationships in various contexts.

Item Specifications:

Inequalities contain no more than 1 variable

Vocabulary allowed in items: vocabulary given at

previous grades

Standard 8.2.4:

Represent realworld and

mathematical

8.2.4.5: Solve linear inequalities using properties of

situations using

inequalities. Graph the solutions on a number line.

equations and

Item Specifications:

inequalities

Vocabulary allowed in items: vocabulary given at

involving linear

previous grades

expressions. Solve

equations and

inequalities

8.2.4.6: Represent relationships in various contexts

symbolically and with equations and inequalities involving the absolute

graphically.

value of a linear expression. Solve such equations and

Interpret solutions inequalities, and graph the solutions on a number line.

in the original

Item Specifications:

context.

Vocabulary allowed in items: vocabulary given at

(MCA, 1015 items)

previous grades

(MCA-Modified, 79

items)

8.2.4.7: Represent relationships in various contexts

using systems of linear equations. Solve systems of

linear equations in two variables symbolically,

graphically and numerically.

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: system of equations,

undefined, infinite, intersecting, identical, and

vocabulary given at previous grades

8.2.4.8: Understand that a system of linear

equations may have no solution, one solution or

an infinite number of solutions. Relate the

number of solutions to pairs of lines that are

intersecting, parallel or identical. Check whether

a pair of numbers satisfies a system of two linear

equations in two unknowns by substituting the

numbers in both equations.

Item Specifications:

Assessed within 8.2.4.7

equations in two unknowns by substituting the

numbers in both equations.

Item Specifications:

Assessed within 8.2.4.7

8.2.4.9: Use the relationship between square roots

and squares of a number to solve problems.

Item Specifications:

Allowable notation: 3

Items may assess the interpretation of square roots

based on the context of the item

Vocabulary allowed in items: square root and

vocabulary given at previous grades

(MCA, 810 items) (MCA-Modified, 67

8.3.1.1: Use the Pythagorean Theorem to solve

problems involving right triangles.

Item Specifications:

Congruent angle marks may be used

Vocabulary allowed in items: Pythagorean Theorem

and vocabulary given at previous grades

8.3.1.2: Determine the distance between two points

Standard 8.3.1:

on a horizontal or vertical line in a coordinate system.

Solve problems

Use the Pythagorean Theorem to find the distance

involving right

between any two points in a coordinate system.

triangles using the

Item Specifications:

Pythagorean Theorem Graphs are not provided when finding horizontal or

and its converse.

vertical distance

(MCA, 35 items)

Vocabulary allowed in items: Pythagorean Theorem

(MCA-Modified, 34

and vocabulary given at previous grades

items)

8.3.1.3: Informally justify the Pythagorean

Theorem by using measurements, diagrams and

computer software.

Item Specifications:

Not assessed on the MCA-III

8.3.2.1: Understand and apply the relationships

between the slopes of parallel lines and between the

slopes of perpendicular lines. Dynamic graphing

software may be used to examine these relationships.

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: vocabulary given at

previous grades

Standard 8.3.2:

Solve problems

involving parallel and 8.3.2.2: Analyze polygons on a coordinate system by

determining the slopes of their sides.

perpendicular lines

Item Specifications:

on a coordinate

Vocabulary

allowed

in items: vocabulary given at

system.

previous

grades

(MCA, 35 items)

(MCA-Modified, 34

items)

determining the slopes of their sides.

perpendicular lines

Item Specifications:

on a coordinate

Vocabulary allowed in items: vocabulary given at

system.

previous grades

(MCA, 35 items)

(MCA-Modified, 34

8.3.2.3: Given a line on a coordinate system and the

items)

coordinates of a point not on the line, find lines through

that point that are parallel and perpendicular to the

given line symbolically and graphically.

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: vocabulary given at

previous grades

(MCA, 68 items) (MCA-Modified, 67 i

8.4.1.1: Collect, display and interpret data using

scatterplots. Use the shape of the scatterplot to

informally estimate a line of best fit and determine an

equation for the line. Use appropriate titles, labels and

units. Know how to use graphing technology to display

scatterplots and corresponding lines of best fit.

Item Specifications:

Data sets are limited to no more than 30 data points

Vocabulary allowed in items: scatterplot, line of best

fit, correlation and vocabulary given at previous grades

Standard 8.4.1:

Interpret data using

scatterplots and

approximate lines of

best fit. Use lines of

best fit to draw

8.4.1.2: Use a line of best fit to make statements

conclusions about

about approximate rate of change and to make

data.

predictions

about values not in the original data set.

(MCA, 68 items)

Item Specifications:

(MCA-Modified, 67

Vocabulary allowed in items: scatterplot, line of best

items)

fit, and vocabulary given at previous grades

using scatterplots by interpreting them in the original

context.

Item Specifications:

Vocabulary allowed in items: scatterplot, line of best

fit, and vocabulary given at previous grades

BENCHMARK

MCA-Modified, 67 items)

BENCHMARK ASSESSMENT

D 2: ALGEBRA

(MCA-Modified, 67 items)

: DATA ANALYSIS

MCA-Modified, 67 items)

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