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EXPLORE your Data. Item Analysis. 23\%. 24 25 26 27 28 29 30. 7 T wo-step word problem w/ fractions, 11 Place value and rounding 14 Two-step word problem w/ volume 9 Complement of probability. 18 One-step word problem w/multiplication

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Item Analysis

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7 Two-step word problem w/ fractions,

11 Place value and rounding

14 Two-step word problem w/ volume

9 Complement of probability

18 One-step word problem w/multiplication

3 Two-step word problem w/ algebraic expression

21 Two-step word problem, solving an equation

22 Two-step word problem w/area

From this morning

Percent

Scale Scores

79%

2) What is when a = 3 and b = 2?

6) When n > 1, = ?

13) What is the product of and

Short problems

82%

71%

53%

Back to Question 19

The Midtown High School (MHS) Spanish Club sponsored a dance to raise money for the club’s trip to Spain. The price of a dance ticket for an MHS student was \$5 and the price of a dance ticket for a guest was \$7. The Spanish Club sold exactly twice as many MJS student tickets as guest tickets and received \$1,292 from ticket sales. At the end of the dance, 16 prize winners won the 25 prizes given away by the Spanish Club. The table below shows the type of prize and the number of prize winners.

Type of prize

Movie pass

Amusement park pass

Number of Winners

Of the prize winners, 3 people won all 3 types of prizes; 2 won a movie pass and a restaurant gift certificate, but not an amusement park pass; 1 won a restaurant gift certificate and an amusement park pass but not a movie pass; and the rest of the people won only 1 type of prize. How many people won a movie pass only?

12

8

5

12) Jonah is using a ruler, marked in inches, to measure the length of a rectangular piece of wood. He has lined up the end of the ruler with the end of the piece of wood, as shown in the figure below. How many inches long is the piece of wood?

• F.
• G.
• H.
• J.
• K.

44%

22%

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16) Diego is a contestant on a television show called “You Choose the Deal.” He must choose his prize from among the following dollar amounts. Which choice will give Diego the greatest dollar amount.

30%

• 3/8 of \$1 million
• 1/3 of \$1 million
• 0.30 of \$1 million
• J. 35% if \$1 million
• K. \$333,000.00

24%

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Categorizing data

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Evaluating exponential expressions

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Formulas for infinite sequences

5 Measurement

6 Algebraic exponents

Question Clusters

11) While bamboo has long been used in building construction in Asia Africa and South and Central America, ….

A. NO CHANGE

B. in: Asia, Africa,

C. in Asia, Africa,

D. In, Asia Africa

74%

Question Clusters

9) The light spring rain touches my face as we walk toward the old tree...

A. NO CHANGE

B. light, spring, rain

C. light spring rain,

D. light spring, rain

46%

Question Clusters

28) Catherine Speck Adkins Wicks may actually have been the inventor of the chip, as her 1917 Washington Post obituary claimed.

22%

F. NO CHANGE

G. 1917, Washington Post obituary,

H. 1917, Washington Post obituary

J. 1917 Washington Post obituary,

43%

It’s sort of a mental attitude about critical thinking and curiosity. It’s about a mindset of looking at the world in a playful and curious and creative way.

the test?

Look at the problems students have omitted.

Test Taking Skills

Organization Skills

Consider:

Are they finishing

curriculum gaps?

Look for significant differences from the reference data.

Common Core alignment

Curriculum maps

Consider:

Are there

reappear?

Look for questions in clusters.

Curriculum maps

Spiral Instruction

Consider:

Do topics

important?

Look at the location of questions.

Test taking Skills

Organization Skills

Consider:

Is placement

enough?

Test Alignment

Common Core

Consider: