ASSESSING EVERY STANDARD - Interpreting Categorical and Quantitative Data
Have you tried to find quick assessments for Common Core algebra one?
So have I!
After giving up the search, I made my own. My goal is to have a quick resource to ASSESS EVERY STANDARD.
This packet of 8 quick assessments covers the following Algebra 1, Common Core standards; S.ID.1, S.ID.2, S.ID.3, S.ID.5, S.ID.6a,b,c, S.ID.7, S.ID.8, S.ID.9
These eight standards deal with the interpretation of data, covering skills including; summarizing, representing and interpreting data on a single variable
summarizing, representing and interpreting data on two categorical and quantitative variables,
interpreting linear models,
finding and using the correlation coefficient,
and distinguishing between correlation and causation.
These concepts may be taught at different times throughout your course, depending on the curriculum established in your district. These problems do not exhaust all the questions that could be presented by the standards. However, in conjunction with other informal assessments, they will give an indication of the level of understanding for students.
The worksheets can be used for pre-assessment, to guide intervention, for review, as bell-ringers, for test preparation, homework, or classwork.
This resource is just one of several resources in my ‘store’ that addresses the CCSS standards (I know I said standards standards, but CCSstandards looks awkward).
Check out the others for a complete set of all the AES resources, including
Reasoning with Equations and Inequalities
Seeing Structure in Expressions /Arithmetic.Polynomial Expressions
Linear, Quadratic and Exponential Models
All of the above resources are available in the following BUNDLE
ALGEBRA1 - ASSESSING every STANDARD
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key words: data, categorical data, quantitative data, frequency tables, marginal frequencies, joint frequencies, rate of change, r-value, correlation coefficient, correlation, causation