*Math PARCC Overview*

*Math PARCC Overview*

This page contains information about the PARCC Math Assessment that apply to all grades

## Math Standards

This is the ODE document listing all the math standards K-12. It is helpful in

explaining the mathematical practices (pages 6-8) as well as explaining how the

standards are organized and how to read them.

explaining the mathematical practices (pages 6-8) as well as explaining how the

standards are organized and how to read them.

## Common Core Math Vocabulary

This document identifies key vocabulary words, by grade level, found in the math

standards.

standards.

## Model Content Frameworks for

Mathematics

This document was developed for the test writers and identifies all Major, Supporting

and Additional Content (Sub-Claims A and B). For high school Algebra I, Algebra II

and Geometry, there is a chart that explicitly identifies which standards will be tested

and to what extent

and Additional Content (Sub-Claims A and B). For high school Algebra I, Algebra II

and Geometry, there is a chart that explicitly identifies which standards will be tested

and to what extent

## Trapezoid Definitions

This tab contains two documents - one document defines the traditional definition

and has a Venn diagram; the other document defines trapezoid as it is defined in

the math standards (4.G.2 - defined in the Evidence Statements for the EOY)

and has a Venn diagram; the other document defines trapezoid as it is defined in

the math standards (4.G.2 - defined in the Evidence Statements for the EOY)

## Grade Level Test Blueprints

This document details how many questions and how many points they are worth for

the PBA and EOY tests by grade level. There are also three different kinds of tasks

on the PBA assessment and this document explains the three kinds of tasks.

the PBA and EOY tests by grade level. There are also three different kinds of tasks

on the PBA assessment and this document explains the three kinds of tasks.

## Mathematical Practice Posters

These posters were developed by a school district and shared online. They state

clearly each of the eight mathematical practices in a language that both students

and teachers can understand. Teachers need to present tasks in which students

use the mathematical practices because the PBA assessment will expect students to

be proficient in the use of these practices

clearly each of the eight mathematical practices in a language that both students

and teachers can understand. Teachers need to present tasks in which students

use the mathematical practices because the PBA assessment will expect students to

be proficient in the use of these practices

## List of Useful Websites

This document gives the URL addresses of a multitude of websites on which

teachers can find many, many supplementary resources to support their teaching.

GREAT resource!!

teachers can find many, many supplementary resources to support their teaching.

GREAT resource!!