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Record ID SUBJECT GRADE STATE LABEL LEVEL DATA CUSTOM_LEVEL 2140 READING G4 CT ADV1 Can 50 or Above possess the knowledge and skills necess 2141 READING G4 CT ADV1 Can 50 or Above comprehend textbooks and other mater 2142 READING G4 CT PROF 41 to 49 Can comprehend, with some teacher assista 2143 READING G4 CT BASIC 40 or BelowCan comprehend, with varying degrees of dif 2410 READING G8 CT ADV1 50 or AboveStudents who score at this level possess the 2411 READING G8 CT ADV1 50 or AboveGenerally, students who score at this level ca 2412 READING G8 CT PROF 41 to 49 Students who score at this level can compreh 2413 READING G8 CT BASIC 40 or BelowStudents who score at this level can compreh 2641 READING HS CT Information or Above Reading forADV1 50 Students who score in this range on the Read 2642 READING HS CT Information or Above Reading forADV1 50 Generally, these students include insightful i 2643 READING HS CT Information to 49 Students who score in this range on the Read Reading forPROF 41 2644 READING HS CT Information to 49 These students often include inferences and Reading forPROF 41 2645 READING HS CT Information or Below Reading forBASIC 40 Students who score in this range on the Read 2646 READING HS CT Information or Below Reading forBASIC 40 These students may include some inferences 2647 READING HS CT Information Reading forBBASIC Students who score in this range on the Read 2648 READING HS CT Information Reading forBBASIC Generally, these students show few of the sk 2649 READING HS CT ADV1 Response to Literature 50 or AboveGenerally, students who score in this range o 2650 READING HS CT ADV1 Response to Literature 50 or AboveResponses typically contain judgments abou 2651 READING HS CT ADV1 The Response to Literature 50 or Above interpretation of the text is usually supp 2652 READING HS CT PROF Response to Literature 41 to 49 Generally, students who score in this range o 2653 READING HS CT PROF Response to Literature 41 to 49 Responses typically contain judgments abou 2654 READING HS CT PROF Response to Literature 41 to 49 The interpretation of the text is usually plaus 2655 READING HS CT BASIC Response to Literature 40 or BelowGenerally, students who score in this range o 2656 READING HS CT BASIC Response to Literature 40 or BelowResponses typically contain judgments abou 2657 READING HS CT BASIC Response to Literature 40 or BelowConnections between the text and other sou 2658 READING HS CT BBASIC Response to Literature Generally, students who score in this range o 2659 READING HS CT BBASIC Response to Literature Responses usually contain no meaningful con 2660 READING HS CT BBASIC Response to Literature Awareness of or appreciation for the literary 1 MATH G4 CT ADV2 General Math Advanced This student scored at the Advanced level on 2 MATH G4 CT ADV2 General Math Advanced Generally, students who score at this level p 3 MATH G4 CT ADV2 General Math Advanced These students demonstrate well-developed 4 MATH G4 CT ADV1 General Math Goal This student scored at the Goal level on the g 5 MATH G4 CT ADV1 General Math Goal Mathematics test Generally, students who sc 6 MATH G4 CT ADV1 General Math Goal These students demonstrate well-developed 7 MATH G4 CT PROF General Math Proficient This student scored at the Proficient level on 8 MATH G4 CT PROF General Math Proficient Generally, students who score at this level d 9 MATH G4 CT BASIC General Math Basic This student scored at the Basic level on the 10 MATH G4 CT BASIC General Math Basic Generally, students who score at this level d 11 MATH G4 CT BBASIC General Math Below BasicThis student scored at the Below Basic level 12 MATH G4 CT BBASIC General Math Below BasicGenerally, students who score at this level d 676 MATH G8 CT ADV2 General Math Advanced This student scored at the Advanced level on 677 MATH G8 CT ADV2 General Math Advanced Generally, students who score at this level p 678 MATH G8 CT ADV2 General Math Advanced These students demonstrate well-developed 679 MATH G8 CT ADV1 General Math Goal This student scored at the Goal level on the g 680 MATH G8 CT ADV1 General Math Goal Generally, students who score at this level p 681 MATH G8 CT ADV1 General Math Goal These students demonstrate well-developed 682 MATH G8 CT PROF General Math Proficient This student scored at the Proficient level on 683 MATH G8 CT PROF General Math Proficient Generally, students who score at this level d 684 MATH G8 CT BASIC General Math Basic This student scored at the Basic level on the 685 MATH G8 CT BASIC General Math Basic Generally, students who score at this level d 686 MATH G8 CT BBASIC General Math Below BasicThis student scored at the Below Basic level 687 MATH G8 CT BBASIC General Math Below BasicGenerally, students who score at this level d 1361 MATH HS CT ADV2 General Math Advanced This student scored at the advanced level on 1362 MATH HS CT ADV2 General Math Advanced Generally, students who score at this level d 1363 MATH HS CT ADV2 General Math Advanced These students demonstrate well-developed 1364 MATH HS CT ADV1 General Math Goal This student scored at the goal level on the M 1365 MATH HS CT ADV1 General Math Goal Generally, students who score at this level d 1366 MATH HS CT ADV1 General Math Goal These students have the problem solving ski 1367 MATH HS CT PROF General Math Proficient This student scored at the proficient level on 1368 MATH HS CT PROF General Math Proficient Generally, students who score at this level d 1369 MATH HS CT PROF General Math Proficient These students show some strengths in com 1370 MATH HS CT BASIC General Math Basic This student scored at the basic level on the 1371 MATH HS CT BASIC General Math Basic Generally, students who score at this level d 1372 MATH HS CT BASIC General Math Basic These students have difficulty solving proble 1373 MATH HS CT BBASIC General Math Below BasicThis student scored at the below basic level o 1374 MATH HS CT BBASIC General Math Below BasicGenerally, students who score at this level d 1375 MATH HS CT BBASIC General Math Below BasicThese students usually cannot solve problem 1376 MATH HS CT BBASIC General Math Below BasicYou may wish to contact the school to discus 10407 SCIENCE G4 CT ADV2 Earth Science Students who score at this level demonstrate Gr 5 - Advanced 10411 SCIENCE G4 CT ADV2 Earth Science Describe how objects in the solar system are Gr 5 - Advanced 10410 SCIENCE G4 CT ADV2 Earth Science Describe the major role of water in shaping t Gr 5 - Advanced 10409 SCIENCE G4 CT ADV2 Earth Science Describe how earth materials provide resour Gr 5 - Advanced 10408 SCIENCE G4 CT ADV2 Earth Science Compare physical and chemical properties o Gr 5 - Advanced 10431 SCIENCE G4 CT ADV1 Earth Science Gr 5 - Goal Compare physical and chemical properties o 10432 SCIENCE G4 CT ADV1 Earth Science Gr 5 - Goal Describe how earth materials provide resour 10433 SCIENCE G4 CT ADV1 Earth Science Gr 5 - Goal Describe the major role of water in shaping t 10434 SCIENCE G4 CT ADV1 Earth Science Gr 5 - Goal Describe how objects in the solar system are 10430 SCIENCE G4 CT ADV1 Earth Science Gr 5 - Goal Students who score at this level demonstrate 10453 SCIENCE G4 CT PROF Earth Science Gr 5 Students who score at this level demonstrate 10456 SCIENCE G4 CT PROF Earth Science Gr 5 Describe the major role of water in shaping t 10457 SCIENCE G4 CT PROF Earth Science Gr 5 Describe how objects in the solar system are 10455 SCIENCE G4 CT PROF Earth Science Gr 5 Describe how earth materials provide resour 10454 SCIENCE G4 CT PROF Earth Science Gr 5 Compare physical and chemical properties o 10477 SCIENCE G4 CT BASIC Earth Science Gr 5 Compare physical and chemical properties o 10478 SCIENCE G4 CT BASIC Earth Science Gr 5 Describe how earth materials provide resour 10479 SCIENCE G4 CT BASIC Earth Science Gr 5 Describe the major role of water in shaping t 10480 SCIENCE G4 CT BASIC Earth Science Gr 5 Describe how objects in the solar system are 10476 SCIENCE G4 CT BASIC Earth Science Gr 5 Students who score at this level demonstrate 10503 SCIENCE G4 CT BBASIC Earth Science Gr 5 Describe how objects in the solar system are 10502 SCIENCE G4 CT BBASIC Earth Science Gr 5 Describe the major role of water in shaping t 10499 SCIENCE G4 CT BBASIC Earth Science Gr 5 Students who score at this level demonstrate 10501 SCIENCE G4 CT BBASIC Earth Science Gr 5 Describe how earth materials provide resour 10500 SCIENCE G4 CT BBASIC Earth Science Gr 5 Compare physical and chemical properties o 10401 SCIENCE G4 CT Life ScienceADV2 Describe how humans have the capacity to b Gr 5 - Advanced 10400 SCIENCE G4 CT Life ScienceADV2 Describe how perceiving and responding to i Gr 5 - Advanced 10397 SCIENCE G4 CT Life ScienceADV2 Students who score at this level demonstrate Gr 5 - Advanced 10399 SCIENCE G4 CT Life ScienceADV2 Describe how organisms depend on the livin Gr 5 - Advanced 10398 SCIENCE G4 CT Life ScienceADV2 Describe how organisms can survive and rep Gr 5 - Advanced 10421 SCIENCE G4 CT Life ScienceADV1 Gr 5 - Goal Describe how organisms can survive and rep 10422 SCIENCE G4 CT Life ScienceADV1 Gr 5 - Goal Describe how organisms depend on the livin 10423 SCIENCE G4 CT Life ScienceADV1 Gr 5 - Goal Describe how perceiving and responding to i 10424 SCIENCE G4 CT Life ScienceADV1 Gr 5 - Goal Describe how humans have the capacity to b 10420 SCIENCE G4 CT Life ScienceADV1 Gr 5 - Goal Students who score at this level demonstrate 10445 SCIENCE G4 CT Life SciencePROF Gr 5 Describe how organisms depend on the livin 10446 SCIENCE G4 CT Life SciencePROF Gr 5 Describe how perceiving and responding to i 10447 SCIENCE G4 CT Life SciencePROF Gr 5 Describe how humans have the capacity to b 10444 SCIENCE G4 CT Life SciencePROF Gr 5 Describe how organisms can survive and rep 10443 SCIENCE G4 CT Life SciencePROF Gr 5 Students who score at this level demonstrate 10466 SCIENCE G4 CT Life ScienceBASIC Gr 5 Students who score at this level demonstrate 10470 SCIENCE G4 CT Life ScienceBASIC Gr 5 Describe how humans have the capacity to b 10469 SCIENCE G4 CT Life ScienceBASIC Gr 5 Describe how perceiving and responding to i 10467 SCIENCE G4 CT Life ScienceBASIC Gr 5 Describe how organisms can survive and rep 10468 SCIENCE G4 CT Life ScienceBASIC Gr 5 Describe how organisms depend on the livin 10493 SCIENCE G4 CT Life ScienceBBASIC Gr 5 Describe how humans have the capacity to b 10492 SCIENCE G4 CT Life ScienceBBASIC Gr 5 Describe how perceiving and responding to i 10490 SCIENCE G4 CT Life ScienceBBASIC Gr 5 Describe how organisms can survive and rep 10491 SCIENCE G4 CT Life ScienceBBASIC Gr 5 Describe how organisms depend on the livin 10489 SCIENCE G4 CT Life ScienceBBASIC Gr 5 Students who score at this level demonstrate 10406 SCIENCE G4 CT ADV2 Physical Science Describe how electrical and magnetic energy Gr 5 - Advanced 10405 SCIENCE G4 CT ADV2 Physical Science Describe sound and light as forms of energy. Gr 5 - Advanced 10404 SCIENCE G4 CT ADV2 Physical Science Describe how the position and motion of obj Gr 5 - Advanced 10403 SCIENCE G4 CT ADV2 Physical Science Identify properties of materials through the Gr 5 - Advanced 10402 SCIENCE G4 CT ADV2 Physical Science Students who score at this level demonstrate Gr 5 - Advanced 10426 SCIENCE G4 CT ADV1 Physical Science Gr 5 - Goal Identify properties of materials through the 10429 SCIENCE G4 CT ADV1 Physical Science Gr 5 - Goal Describe how electrical and magnetic energy 10428 SCIENCE G4 CT ADV1 Physical Science Gr 5 - Goal Describe sound and light as forms of energy. 10427 SCIENCE G4 CT ADV1 Physical Science Gr 5 - Goal Describe how the position and motion of obj 10425 SCIENCE G4 CT ADV1 Physical Science Gr 5 - Goal Students who score at this level demonstrate 10451 SCIENCE G4 CT PROF Physical Science Gr 5 Describe sound and light as forms of energy. 10452 SCIENCE G4 CT PROF Physical Science Gr 5 Describe how electrical and magnetic energy 10450 SCIENCE G4 CT PROF Physical Science Gr 5 Describe how the position and motion of obj 10449 SCIENCE G4 CT PROF Physical Science Gr 5 Identify properties of materials through the 10448 SCIENCE G4 CT PROF Physical Science Gr 5 Students who score at this level demonstrate 10472 SCIENCE G4 CT BASIC Physical Science Gr 5 Identify properties of materials through the 10473 SCIENCE G4 CT BASIC Physical Science Gr 5 Describe how the position and motion of obj 10475 SCIENCE G4 CT BASIC Physical Science Gr 5 Describe how electrical and magnetic energy 10474 SCIENCE G4 CT BASIC Physical Science Gr 5 Describe sound and light as forms of energy. 10471 SCIENCE G4 CT BASIC Physical Science Gr 5 Students who score at this level demonstrate 10497 SCIENCE G4 CT BBASIC Physical Science Gr 5 Describe sound and light as forms of energy. 10498 SCIENCE G4 CT BBASIC Physical Science Gr 5 Describe how electrical and magnetic energy 10496 SCIENCE G4 CT BBASIC Physical Science Gr 5 Describe how the position and motion of obj 10495 SCIENCE G4 CT BBASIC Physical Science Gr 5 Identify properties of materials through the 10494 SCIENCE G4 CT BBASIC Physical Science Gr 5 Students who score at this level demonstrate 10418 SCIENCE G4 CT ADV2 Scientific Inquiry Use Gr 5 - Advancedmeasurement tools and standard units ( 10419 SCIENCE G4 CT ADV2 Scientific Inquiry Use Gr 5 - Advancedmathematics to analyze, interpret and p 10417 SCIENCE G4 CT ADV2 Scientific Inquiry Analyze, critique and communicate investiga Gr 5 - Advanced 10416 SCIENCE G4 CT ADV2 Scientific Inquiry Use Gr 5 - Advanceddata to construct reasonable explanatio 10413 SCIENCE G4 CT ADV2 Scientific Inquiry Make Gr 5 - Advanced observations and ask questions about 10414 SCIENCE G4 CT ADV2 Scientific Inquiry Design Gr 5 - Advanced and conduct simple investigations. 10415 SCIENCE G4 CT ADV2 Scientific Inquiry Employ Gr 5 - Advanced simple equipment and measuring to 10412 SCIENCE G4 CT ADV2 Scientific Inquiry Students who score at this level demonstrate Gr 5 - Advanced 10442 SCIENCE G4 CT ADV1 Scientific Inquiry Gr 5 - Goal Use mathematics to analyze, interpret and p 10441 SCIENCE G4 CT ADV1 Scientific Inquiry Gr 5 - Goal Use measurement tools and standard units ( 10440 SCIENCE G4 CT ADV1 Scientific Inquiry Gr 5 - Goal Analyze, critique and communicate investiga 10437 SCIENCE G4 CT ADV1 Scientific Inquiry Gr 5 - Goal Design and conduct simple investigations. 10438 SCIENCE G4 CT ADV1 Scientific Inquiry Gr 5 - Goal Employ simple equipment and measuring to 10439 SCIENCE G4 CT ADV1 Scientific Inquiry Gr 5 - Goal Use data to construct reasonable explanatio 10436 SCIENCE G4 CT ADV1 Scientific Inquiry Gr 5 - Goal Make observations and ask questions about 10435 SCIENCE G4 CT ADV1 Scientific Inquiry Gr 5 - Goal Students who score at this level demonstrate 10464 SCIENCE G4 CT PROF Scientific Inquiry Gr 5 Use measurement tools and standard units ( 10465 SCIENCE G4 CT PROF Scientific Inquiry Gr 5 Use mathematics to analyze, interpret and p 10462 SCIENCE G4 CT PROF Scientific Inquiry Gr 5 Use data to construct reasonable explanatio 10463 SCIENCE G4 CT PROF Scientific Inquiry Gr 5 Analyze, critique and communicate investiga 10461 SCIENCE G4 CT PROF Scientific Inquiry Gr 5 Employ simple equipment and measuring to 10459 SCIENCE G4 CT PROF Scientific Inquiry Gr 5 Make observations and ask questions about 10460 SCIENCE G4 CT PROF Scientific Inquiry Gr 5 Design and conduct simple investigations. 10458 SCIENCE G4 CT PROF Scientific Inquiry Gr 5 Students who score at this level demonstrate 10488 SCIENCE G4 CT BASIC Scientific Inquiry Gr 5 Use mathematics to analyze, interpret and p 10487 SCIENCE G4 CT BASIC Scientific Inquiry Gr 5 Use measurement tools and standard units ( 10483 SCIENCE G4 CT BASIC Scientific Inquiry Gr 5 Design and conduct simple investigations. 10484 SCIENCE G4 CT BASIC Scientific Inquiry Gr 5 Employ simple equipment and measuring to 10485 SCIENCE G4 CT BASIC Scientific Inquiry Gr 5 Use data to construct reasonable explanatio 10486 SCIENCE G4 CT BASIC Scientific Inquiry Gr 5 Analyze, critique and communicate investiga 10482 SCIENCE G4 CT BASIC Scientific Inquiry Gr 5 Make observations and ask questions about 10481 SCIENCE G4 CT BASIC Scientific Inquiry Gr 5 Students who score at this level demonstrate 10511 SCIENCE G4 CT BBASIC Scientific Inquiry Gr 5 Use mathematics to analyze, interpret and p 10509 SCIENCE G4 CT BBASIC Scientific Inquiry Gr 5 Analyze, critique and communicate investiga 10510 SCIENCE G4 CT BBASIC Scientific Inquiry Gr 5 Use measurement tools and standard units ( 10508 SCIENCE G4 CT BBASIC Scientific Inquiry Gr 5 Use data to construct reasonable explanatio 10505 SCIENCE G4 CT BBASIC Scientific Inquiry Gr 5 Make observations and ask questions about 10506 SCIENCE G4 CT BBASIC Scientific Inquiry Gr 5 Design and conduct simple investigations. 10507 SCIENCE G4 CT BBASIC Scientific Inquiry Gr 5 Employ simple equipment and measuring to 10504 SCIENCE G4 CT BBASIC Scientific Inquiry Gr 5 Students who score at this level demonstrate 10525 SCIENCE G8 CT Earth ScienceADV2 Advanced Describe how landforms are the result of the 10526 SCIENCE G8 CT Earth ScienceADV2 Advanced Describe how the solar system is composed 10524 SCIENCE G8 CT Earth ScienceADV2 Advanced Describe how water moving across and throu 10523 SCIENCE G8 CT Earth ScienceADV2 Advanced Describe how variations in the amount of the 10522 SCIENCE G8 CT ADV2 Earth Science Advanced Students who score at this level demonstrate 10551 SCIENCE G8 CT ADV1 Earth Science Goal Describe how the solar system is composed 10550 SCIENCE G8 CT ADV1 Earth Science Goal Describe how landforms are the result of the 10548 SCIENCE G8 CT ADV1 Earth Science Goal Describe how variations in the amount of the 10549 SCIENCE G8 CT ADV1 Earth Science Goal Describe how water moving across and throu 10547 SCIENCE G8 CT ADV1 Earth Science Goal Students who score at this level demonstrate 10576 SCIENCE G8 CT PROF Earth Science Describe how the solar system is composed 10575 SCIENCE G8 CT PROF Earth Science Describe how landforms are the result of the 10574 SCIENCE G8 CT PROF Earth Science Describe how water moving across and throu 10573 SCIENCE G8 CT PROF Earth Science Describe how variations in the amount of the 10572 SCIENCE G8 CT PROF Earth Science Students who score at this level demonstrate 10600 SCIENCE G8 CT BASIC Earth Science Describe how landforms are the result of the 10601 SCIENCE G8 CT BASIC Earth Science Describe how the solar system is composed 10599 SCIENCE G8 CT BASIC Earth Science Describe how water moving across and throu 10598 SCIENCE G8 CT BASIC Earth Science Describe how variations in the amount of the 10597 SCIENCE G8 CT BASIC Earth Science Students who score at this level demonstrate 10625 SCIENCE G8 CT BBASIC Earth Science Describe how landforms are the result of the 10626 SCIENCE G8 CT BBASIC Earth Science Describe how the solar system is composed 10624 SCIENCE G8 CT BBASIC Earth Science Describe how water moving across and throu 10623 SCIENCE G8 CT BBASIC Earth Science Describe how variations in the amount of the 10622 SCIENCE G8 CT BBASIC Earth Science Students who score at this level demonstrate 10515 SCIENCE G8 CT Life ScienceADV2 Advanced Describe how technology allows us to impro 10516 SCIENCE G8 CT Life ScienceADV2 Advanced Describe how reproduction is a characteristic 10514 SCIENCE G8 CT Life ScienceADV2 Advanced Describe how many organisms, including hum 10513 SCIENCE G8 CT Life ScienceADV2 Advanced Describe how an ecosystem is composed of a 10512 SCIENCE G8 CT Life ScienceADV2 Advanced Students who score at this level demonstrate 10541 SCIENCE G8 CT Life ScienceADV1 Goal Describe how reproduction is a characteristic 10540 SCIENCE G8 CT Life ScienceADV1 Goal Describe how technology allows us to impro 10537 SCIENCE G8 CT Life ScienceADV1 Goal Students who score at this level demonstrate 10539 SCIENCE G8 CT Life ScienceADV1 Goal Describe how many organisms, including hum 10538 SCIENCE G8 CT Life ScienceADV1 Goal Describe how an ecosystem is composed of a 10565 SCIENCE G8 CT Life SciencePROF Describe how technology allows us to impro 10566 SCIENCE G8 CT Life SciencePROF Describe how reproduction is a characteristic 10564 SCIENCE G8 CT Life SciencePROF Describe how many organisms, including hum 10563 SCIENCE G8 CT Life SciencePROF Describe how an ecosystem is composed of a 10562 SCIENCE G8 CT Life SciencePROF Students who score at this level demonstrate 10591 SCIENCE G8 CT Life ScienceBASIC Describe how reproduction is a characteristic 10590 SCIENCE G8 CT Life ScienceBASIC Describe how technology allows us to impro 10589 SCIENCE G8 CT Life ScienceBASIC Describe how many organisms, including hum 10588 SCIENCE G8 CT Life ScienceBASIC Describe how an ecosystem is composed of a 10587 SCIENCE G8 CT Life ScienceBASIC Students who score at this level demonstrate 10616 SCIENCE G8 CT Life ScienceBBASIC Describe how reproduction is a characteristic 10615 SCIENCE G8 CT Life ScienceBBASIC Describe how technology allows us to impro 10614 SCIENCE G8 CT Life ScienceBBASIC Describe how many organisms, including hum 10613 SCIENCE G8 CT Life ScienceBBASIC Describe how an ecosystem is composed of a 10612 SCIENCE G8 CT Life ScienceBBASIC Students who score at this level demonstrate 10521 SCIENCE G8 CT ADV2 Physical Science Advanced Describe how in the design of structures the 10519 SCIENCE G8 CT ADV2 Physical Science Advanced Describe how energy provides the ability to d 10520 SCIENCE G8 CT ADV2 Physical Science Advanced Describe how an object's inertia causes it to 10518 SCIENCE G8 CT ADV2 Physical Science Advanced Classify materials as pure substances or mixt 10517 SCIENCE G8 CT ADV2 Physical Science Advanced Students who score at this level demonstrate 10545 SCIENCE G8 CT ADV1 Physical Science Goal Describe how an object's inertia causes it to 10546 SCIENCE G8 CT ADV1 Physical Science Goal Describe how in the design of structures the 10544 SCIENCE G8 CT ADV1 Physical Science Goal Describe how energy provides the ability to d 10543 SCIENCE G8 CT ADV1 Physical Science Goal Classify materials as pure substances or mixt 10542 SCIENCE G8 CT ADV1 Physical Science Goal Students who score at this level demonstrate 10571 SCIENCE G8 CT PROF Physical Science Describe how in the design of structures the 10569 SCIENCE G8 CT PROF Physical Science Describe how energy provides the ability to d 10570 SCIENCE G8 CT PROF Physical Science Describe how an object's inertia causes it to 10568 SCIENCE G8 CT PROF Physical Science Classify materials as pure substances or mixt 10567 SCIENCE G8 CT PROF Physical Science Students who score at this level demonstrate 10596 SCIENCE G8 CT BASIC Physical Science Describe how in the design of structures the 10595 SCIENCE G8 CT BASIC Physical Science Describe how an object's inertia causes it to 10594 SCIENCE G8 CT BASIC Physical Science Describe how energy provides the ability to d 10593 SCIENCE G8 CT BASIC Physical Science Classify materials as pure substances or mixt 10592 SCIENCE G8 CT BASIC Physical Science Students who score at this level demonstrate 10621 SCIENCE G8 CT BBASIC Physical Science Describe how in the design of structures the 10620 SCIENCE G8 CT BBASIC Physical Science Describe how an object's inertia causes it to 10619 SCIENCE G8 CT BBASIC Physical Science Describe how energy provides the ability to d 10618 SCIENCE G8 CT BBASIC Physical Science Classify materials as pure substances or mixt 10617 SCIENCE G8 CT BBASIC Physical Science Students who score at this level demonstrate 10535 SCIENCE G8 CT ADV2 Scientific Inquiry Advanced Draw conclusions and identify sources of err 10536 SCIENCE G8 CT ADV2 Scientific Inquiry Advanced Provide explanations to investigated problem 10532 SCIENCE G8 CT ADV2 Scientific Inquiry Advanced Use appropriate tools and techniques to mak 10533 SCIENCE G8 CT ADV2 Scientific Inquiry Advanced Use mathematical operations to analyze and 10534 SCIENCE G8 CT ADV2 Scientific Inquiry Advanced Identify and present relationships between v 10531 SCIENCE G8 CT ADV2 Scientific Inquiry Advanced Identify independent and dependent variabl 10530 SCIENCE G8 CT ADV2 Scientific Inquiry Advanced Design and conduct appropriate types of scie 10528 SCIENCE G8 CT ADV2 Scientific Inquiry Advanced Identify questions that can be answered thro 10529 SCIENCE G8 CT ADV2 Scientific Inquiry Advanced Identify attributes of credible scientific claim 10527 SCIENCE G8 CT ADV2 Scientific Inquiry Advanced Students who score at this level demonstrate 10559 SCIENCE G8 CT ADV1 Scientific Inquiry Goal Identify and present relationships between v 10560 SCIENCE G8 CT ADV1 Scientific Inquiry Goal Draw conclusions and identify sources of err 10561 SCIENCE G8 CT ADV1 Scientific Inquiry Goal Provide explanations to investigated problem 10558 SCIENCE G8 CT ADV1 Scientific Inquiry Goal Use mathematical operations to analyze and 10557 SCIENCE G8 CT ADV1 Scientific Inquiry Goal Use appropriate tools and techniques to mak 10556 SCIENCE G8 CT ADV1 Scientific Inquiry Goal Identify independent and dependent variabl 10554 SCIENCE G8 CT ADV1 Scientific Inquiry Goal Identify attributes of credible scientific claim 10555 SCIENCE G8 CT ADV1 Scientific Inquiry Goal Design and conduct appropriate types of scie 10553 SCIENCE G8 CT ADV1 Scientific Inquiry Goal Identify questions that can be answered thro 10552 SCIENCE G8 CT ADV1 Scientific Inquiry Goal Students who score at this level demonstrate 10586 SCIENCE G8 CT PROF Scientific Inquiry Provide explanations to investigated problem 10585 SCIENCE G8 CT PROF Scientific Inquiry Draw conclusions and identify sources of err 10584 SCIENCE G8 CT PROF Scientific Inquiry Identify and present relationships between v 10583 SCIENCE G8 CT PROF Scientific Inquiry Use mathematical operations to analyze and 10582 SCIENCE G8 CT PROF Scientific Inquiry Use appropriate tools and techniques to mak 10580 SCIENCE G8 CT PROF Scientific Inquiry Design and conduct appropriate types of scie 10581 SCIENCE G8 CT PROF Scientific Inquiry Identify independent and dependent variabl 10578 SCIENCE G8 CT PROF Scientific Inquiry Identify questions that can be answered thro 10579 SCIENCE G8 CT PROF Scientific Inquiry Identify attributes of credible scientific claim 10577 SCIENCE G8 CT PROF Scientific Inquiry Students who score at this level demonstrate 10611 SCIENCE G8 CT BASIC Scientific Inquiry Provide explanations to investigated problem 10610 SCIENCE G8 CT BASIC Scientific Inquiry Draw conclusions and identify sources of err 10608 SCIENCE G8 CT BASIC Scientific Inquiry Use mathematical operations to analyze and 10609 SCIENCE G8 CT BASIC Scientific Inquiry Identify and present relationships between v 10607 SCIENCE G8 CT BASIC Scientific Inquiry Use appropriate tools and techniques to mak 10606 SCIENCE G8 CT BASIC Scientific Inquiry Identify independent and dependent variabl 10605 SCIENCE G8 CT BASIC Scientific Inquiry Design and conduct appropriate types of scie 10603 SCIENCE G8 CT BASIC Scientific Inquiry Identify questions that can be answered thro 10604 SCIENCE G8 CT BASIC Scientific Inquiry Identify attributes of credible scientific claim 10602 SCIENCE G8 CT BASIC Scientific Inquiry Students who score at this level demonstrate 10636 SCIENCE G8 CT BBASIC Scientific Inquiry Provide explanations to investigated problem 10634 SCIENCE G8 CT BBASIC Scientific Inquiry Identify and present relationships between v 10635 SCIENCE G8 CT BBASIC Scientific Inquiry Draw conclusions and identify sources of err 10630 SCIENCE G8 CT BBASIC Scientific Inquiry Design and conduct appropriate types of scie 10631 SCIENCE G8 CT BBASIC Scientific Inquiry Identify independent and dependent variabl 10632 SCIENCE G8 CT BBASIC Scientific Inquiry Use appropriate tools and techniques to mak 10633 SCIENCE G8 CT BBASIC Scientific Inquiry Use mathematical operations to analyze and 10628 SCIENCE G8 CT BBASIC Scientific Inquiry Identify questions that can be answered thro 10629 SCIENCE G8 CT BBASIC Scientific Inquiry Identify attributes of credible scientific claim 10627 SCIENCE G8 CT BBASIC Scientific Inquiry Students who score at this level demonstrate 10638 SCIENCE HS CT ADV2 General Science Advanced These students possess an advanced ability t 10637 SCIENCE HS CT ADV2 General Science Advanced Generally, students who score at this level d 10639 SCIENCE HS CT ADV1 General Science Goal Generally, students who score at this level d 10640 SCIENCE HS CT ADV1 General Science Goal These students possess a well-developed abi 10642 SCIENCE HS CT PROF General Science These students possess an ability to use prob 10641 SCIENCE HS CT PROF General Science Generally, students who score at this level d 10644 SCIENCE HS CT BASIC General Science These students have difficulty using problem 10643 SCIENCE HS CT BASIC General Science Generally, students who score at this level d 10645 SCIENCE HS CT BBASIC General Science Generally, students who score at this level d 10646 SCIENCE HS CT BBASIC General Science These students usually cannot use problem-s 2144 READING G4 IL 5th Grade ADV1 The 5th Exceeds Standards grade readers who exceed state stan 2145 READING G4 IL 5th Grade ADV1 Fifth graders that can consistently understan Exceeds Standards 2146 READING G4 IL 5th Grade ADV1 The 5th Exceeds Standards grade readers at the "exceeds stand 2147 READING G4 IL 5th Grade ADV1 The 5th Exceeds Standards graders that consistently identify exp 2148 READING G4 IL 5th Grade ADV1 The 5th Exceeds Standards grade readers at this level consistent 2149 READING G4 IL 5th Grade ADV1 The 5th Exceeds Standards grade readers consistently understan 2150 READING G4 IL 5th Grade ADV1 The 5th Exceeds Standards graders that consistently use clues in 2151 READING G4 IL 5th Grade ADV1 "Exceeds Exceeds Standards standards" 5th grade readers read 2152 READING G4 IL 5th Grade ADV1 Finally, Exceeds Standards the 5th 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MATH G4 IL ADV1 Exceeds Standards graders are able to use appropriate t 5th Grade, Measurement The 5th 39 MATH G4 IL ADV1 Exceeds Standards graders can estimate conversions be 5th Grade, Measurement The 5th 40 MATH G4 IL ADV1 Exceeds Standards graders are able to make conversion 5th Grade, Measurement The 5th 41 MATH G4 IL ADV1 Exceeds Standards 5th Grade, Measurement These fifth graders can determine and comp 42 MATH G4 IL PROF Meets Standardsgraders at the meets standards level are 5th Grade, Measurement Fifth 43 MATH G4 IL PROF Meets Standards graders are also able to estimate a g 5th Grade, Measurement The 5th 44 MATH G4 IL PROF Meets Standards graders understand and apply conce 5th Grade, Measurement The 5th 45 MATH G4 IL BASIC 5th Grade, Measurement Fifth Below Standardsgraders at the below standards level are 46 MATH G4 IL BASIC 5th Grade, Measurement The 5th Below Standards graders can inconsistently estimate a 47 MATH G4 IL BASIC 5th Grade, Measurement The 5th Below Standards graders are beginning to demonstrat 48 MATH G4 IL BASIC 5th Grade, Measurement The 5th Below Standards graders can calculate area and perim 49 MATH G4 IL BBASIC 5th Grade, Measurement Fifth graders at the academic warning level u Academic Warning 50 MATH G4 IL BBASIC 5th Grade, Measurement The 5th Academic Warning graders can occasionally estimate a g 51 MATH G4 IL BBASIC 5th Grade, Measurement The 5th Academic Warning graders demonstrate a limited unde 82 MATH G4 IL ADV1 Exceeds Standards 5th Grade, Probability & Statistics Fifth graders at the exceeds level are able to 83 MATH G4 IL ADV1 Exceeds Standards 5th Grade, Probability & Statistics The 5th graders apply the concepts of mean, 84 MATH G4 IL ADV1 Exceeds Standards 5th Grade, Probability & Statistics The 5th graders determine and apply basic p 85 MATH G4 IL ADV1 Exceeds Standards 5th Grade, Probability & Statistics The 5th graders are also able to estimate pro 86 MATH G4 IL PROF Meets Standards 5th Grade, Probability & 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MATH G4 IL BBASIC Academic The 5th 5th Grade, Probability & StatisticsWarning graders are able to inconsistently ca 13 MATH G4 IL ADV1 5th Grade: Number Sense Fifth graders whose measured performance Exceeds Standards 14 MATH G4 IL ADV1 5th Grade: Number Sense The 5th Exceeds Standards graders are able to order and compa 15 MATH G4 IL ADV1 5th Grade: Number Sense The 5th Exceeds Standards graders can convert between improp 16 MATH G4 IL ADV1 5th Grade: Number Sense The 5th Exceeds Standards graders can apply their understandin 17 MATH G4 IL ADV1 5th Grade: Number Sense The 5th Exceeds Standards graders can describe the relationship 18 MATH G4 IL ADV1 5th Grade: Number Sense These fifth graders are able to apply estimat Exceeds Standards 19 MATH G4 IL ADV1 5th Grade: Number Sense Furthermore, the 5th graders have the abilit Exceeds Standards 20 MATH G4 IL PROF 5th Grade: Number Sense Fifth Meets Standardsgraders whose measured performance 21 MATH G4 IL PROF 5th Grade: Number Sense The 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Exceeds Standards 725 MATH G8 IL Algebra PROF Algebraically, eighth grade students at the m Meets Standards 726 MATH G8 IL Algebra PROF They Meets Standardscan also evaluate algebraic expressions 727 MATH G8 IL Algebra PROF Students can evaluate formulas and expressi Meets Standards 728 MATH G8 IL Algebra PROF They Meets Standardscan graph a given line with integral coe 729 MATH G8 IL Algebra PROF These Meets Standards students predict solutions to equation 730 MATH G8 IL Algebra BASIC Algebraically, eighth grade students at the be Below Standards 731 MATH G8 IL Algebra BASIC They Below Standards can evaluate formulas and expressions 732 MATH G8 IL Algebra BASIC These Below Standards students are inconsistent in plotting o 733 MATH G8 IL Algebra BASIC They Below Standards do recognize basic patterns 734 MATH G8 IL Algebra BBASIC Algebraically, eighth grade students at the ac Academic Warning 735 MATH G8 IL Algebra BBASIC These students can plot ordered pairs of inte Academic Warning 736 MATH G8 IL Geometry ADV1 Tamara Exceeds Standards Geometrically, eighth grade student 737 MATH G8 IL Geometry ADV1 They can Exceeds Standards recognize and apply translations, re 738 MATH G8 IL Geometry ADV1 These students can demonstrate knowledge Exceeds Standards 739 MATH G8 IL Geometry PROF Geometrically, eighth grade students at the m Meets Standards 740 MATH G8 IL Geometry PROF They Meets Standardscan classify triangles by angles and side 741 MATH G8 IL Geometry PROF Students can apply the Pythagorean Theorem Meets Standards 742 MATH G8 IL Geometry BASIC Geometrically, eighth grade students at the b Below Standards 743 MATH G8 IL Geometry BASIC They Below Standards tend not to know the Pythagorean The 744 MATH G8 IL Geometry BBASIC Geometrically, eighth grade students at the i Academic Warning 710 MATH G8 IL ADV1 Measurement Eighth Exceeds Standardsgrade students at the exceeds standa 711 MATH G8 IL ADV1 Measurement These students are able to reliably measure Exceeds Standards 712 MATH G8 IL ADV1 Measurement They can Exceeds Standards apply their knowledge of proportio 713 MATH G8 IL PROF Measurement Eighth Meets Standards grade students at the meets level can 714 MATH G8 IL PROF Measurement Students can use proportions and interpret a Meets Standards 715 MATH G8 IL BASIC Measurement Eighth Below Standards grade students at the below standard 716 MATH G8 IL BASIC Measurement They Below Standards know and are able to apply geometric f 717 MATH G8 IL BASIC Measurement They Below Standards frequently cannot distinguish between 718 MATH G8 IL BASIC Measurement Students have a beginning conceptual knowl Below Standards 719 MATH G8 IL BBASIC Measurement Eighth Academic Warninggrade students at the academic warni 720 MATH G8 IL BBASIC Measurement They are Academic Warning able to apply formulas for perimete 688 MATH G8 IL ADV1 Number Sense Eighth Exceeds Standardsgrade students at the exceeds standa 689 MATH G8 IL ADV1 Number Sense They have a solid 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Standardsgrade students at the exceeds standa 746 MATH G8 IL ADV1 In addition, they are capable of calculating th Probability & Statistics Exceeds Standards 747 MATH G8 IL PROF Eighth Probability & Statistics Meets Standards grade students at the meets level can 748 MATH G8 IL PROF They Probability & Statistics Meets Standardscan calculate mean, median, mode and 749 MATH G8 IL PROF They Probability & Statistics Meets Standardsexhibit a basic understanding of relative 750 MATH G8 IL PROF They Probability & Statistics Meets Standardscan determine the probability of a simp 751 MATH G8 IL BASIC Eighth Probability & Statistics Below Standards grade students at the below standard 752 MATH G8 IL BASIC They Probability & Statistics Below Standards can perform simple experiments in pro 753 MATH G8 IL BBASIC Eighth Probability & Statistics Academic Warninggrade students at the academic warni 754 MATH G8 IL BBASIC They understand the meaning of average an Probability & Statistics Academic Warning 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Number Sense Students Exceeds Standards whose number and operation work 1378 MATH HS IL ADV1 Number Sense They demonstrate a deep understanding of t Exceeds Standards 1379 MATH HS IL ADV1 Number Sense These students represent real and complex n Exceeds Standards 1380 MATH HS IL ADV1 Number Sense They apply mental mathematics skills and nu Exceeds Standards 1381 MATH HS IL ADV1 Number Sense They easily compare and order real numbers Exceeds Standards 1382 MATH HS IL ADV1 Number Sense Students Exceeds Standards whose number and operation work 1383 MATH HS IL ADV1 Number Sense These students extend non-routine numeric Exceeds Standards 1384 MATH HS IL ADV1 Number Sense Students Exceeds Standards whose number and operation work 1385 MATH HS IL ADV1 Number Sense They appropriately use graphing calculators Exceeds Standards 1386 MATH HS IL ADV1 Number Sense These students demonstrate highly develope Exceeds Standards 1387 MATH HS IL PROF Number Sense Students whose number and operation work Meets Standards 1388 MATH HS IL PROF Number Sense These Meets Standards students know and use the operationa 1389 MATH HS IL PROF Number Sense Their Meets Standards capabilities with mental mathematics s 1390 MATH HS IL PROF Number Sense They Meets Standardsmake reasonable estimates involving o 1391 MATH HS IL PROF Number Sense They Meets Standardscompare and order real numbers in fra 1392 MATH HS IL Number SensePROF Students whose number and operation work Meets Standards 1393 MATH HS IL Number SensePROF They Meets Standardsextend simple number patterns and fin 1394 MATH HS IL Number SensePROF Students whose number and operation work Meets Standards 1395 MATH HS IL Number SensePROF They Meets Standardsuse graphing calculators and other tech 1396 MATH HS IL Number SensePROF These Meets Standards students apply problem-solving skills t 1397 MATH HS IL Number SenseBASIC Students whose number and operation work Below Standards 1398 MATH HS IL Number SenseBASIC Their Below Standards number sense and operational skills ar 1399 MATH HS IL Number SenseBASIC They Below Standards demonstrate basic mental mathematic 1400 MATH HS IL Number SenseBASIC They Below Standards compare and order numbers in decima 1401 MATH HS IL Number SenseBASIC Students whose number and operation work Below Standards 1402 MATH HS IL Number SenseBASIC They Below Standards identify equivalent numerical represen 1403 MATH HS IL Number SenseBASIC However, their ability to extend simple numb Below Standards 1404 MATH HS IL Number SenseBASIC Students whose number and operation work Below Standards 1405 MATH HS IL Number SenseBASIC They Below Standards identify solutions for direct one-step pe 1406 MATH HS IL Number SenseBASIC They Below Standards use calculators to investigate simple pa 1407 MATH HS IL Number SenseBASIC They Below Standards demonstrate a basic understanding of p 1408 MATH HS IL Number SenseBBASIC Students Academic Warning whose number and operation work 1409 MATH HS IL Number SenseBBASIC These students have major gaps in their conc Academic Warning 1410 MATH HS IL Number SenseBBASIC Their operational abilities with numbers are Academic Warning 1411 MATH HS IL Number SenseBBASIC Their mental mathematical skills and recall o Academic Warning 1412 MATH HS IL Number SenseBBASIC They compare and order whole numbers, fra Academic Warning 1413 MATH HS IL Number SenseBBASIC Students Academic Warning whose number and operation work 1414 MATH HS IL Number SenseBBASIC They do Academic Warning not determine appropriate numeric 1415 MATH HS IL Number SenseBBASIC These students are limited in their ability to Academic Warning 1416 MATH HS IL Number SenseBBASIC Students Academic Warning whose number and operation work 1417 MATH HS IL Number SenseBBASIC Their ability to solve a simple proportion is li Academic Warning 1418 MATH HS IL Number SenseBBASIC Their problem-solving skills are limited to the Academic Warning 1525 MATH HS IL ADV1 Students Probability & Statistics Exceeds Standards whose analysis of data and chance 1526 MATH HS IL ADV1 They correctly determine the probability or o Probability & Statistics Exceeds Standards 1527 MATH HS IL ADV1 Students Probability & Statistics Exceeds Standards whose analysis of data and chance 1528 MATH HS IL ADV1 They formulate well-designed questions and Probability & Statistics Exceeds Standards 1529 MATH HS IL ADV1 They understand the role of randomization i Probability & Statistics Exceeds Standards 1530 MATH HS IL ADV1 They calculate and interpret appropriate me Probability & Statistics Exceeds Standards 1531 MATH HS IL ADV1 They find, Probability & Statistics Exceeds Standards graph, and interpret a line of best 1532 MATH HS IL ADV1 They distinguish between correlation (events Probability & Statistics Exceeds Standards 1533 MATH HS IL PROF Students whose analysis of data and chance Probability & Statistics Meets Standards 1534 MATH HS IL PROF They Probability & Statistics Meets Standardsunderstand and apply basic counting pr 1535 MATH HS IL PROF These Probability & Statistics Meets Standards students determine the probability of 1536 MATH HS IL PROF They Probability & Statistics Meets Standardsdetermine the odds for simple events a 1537 MATH HS IL PROF Students whose analysis of data and chance Probability & Statistics Meets Standards 1538 MATH HS IL PROF They Probability & Statistics Meets Standardsformulate questions, design data collec 1539 MATH HS IL PROF These Probability & Statistics Meets Standards students make predictions and form c 1540 MATH HS IL PROF These Probability & Statistics Meets Standards students calculate and interpret meas 1541 MATH HS IL PROF They Probability & Statistics Meets Standardsfind and graph a line of best fit using te 1542 MATH HS IL PROF These Probability & Statistics Meets Standards students make decisions based on dat 1543 MATH HS IL BASIC Students whose analysis of data and chance Probability & Statistics Below Standards 1544 MATH HS IL BASIC They Probability & Statistics Below Standards determine the probability of straightfor 1545 MATH HS IL BASIC However, they do not deal with compound o Probability & Statistics Below Standards 1546 MATH HS IL BASIC They Probability & Statistics Below Standards detect cases in which simple outcomes 1547 MATH HS IL BASIC When Probability & Statistics Below Standards given specific directions, these studen 1548 MATH HS IL BASIC They Probability & Statistics Below Standards interpret data presented via a simple b 1549 MATH HS IL BASIC They Probability & Statistics Below Standards form and communicate direct inference 1550 MATH HS IL BASIC They Probability & Statistics Below Standards calculate the mean, median, mode, and 1551 MATH HS IL BBASIC Students Probability & Statistics Academic Warning whose analysis of data and chance 1552 MATH HS IL BBASIC These students demonstrate major gaps in th Probability & Statistics Academic Warning 1553 MATH HS IL BBASIC They demonstrate only an informal understa Probability & Statistics Academic Warning 1554 MATH HS IL BBASIC Students Probability & Statistics Academic Warning whose analysis of data and chance 1555 MATH HS IL BBASIC They discuss a data set only when asked sim Probability & Statistics Academic Warning 1556 MATH HS IL BBASIC When given specific directions, they demons Probability & Statistics Academic Warning 1557 MATH HS IL BBASIC Conclusions that they draw based on a simpl Probability & Statistics Academic Warning 1558 MATH HS IL BBASIC These students often do not calculate the m Probability & Statistics Academic Warning 10769 SCIENCE G4 IL ADV1 Earth & Space Science Exceeds Stds. Students can usually identify easily recognize 10767 SCIENCE G4 IL ADV1 Earth & Space Science Exceeds Stds. Students can identify and classify recyclable 10768 SCIENCE G4 IL ADV1 They Earth & Space Science Exceeds Stds. can identify and explain natural cycles s 10766 SCIENCE G4 IL ADV1 They Earth & Space Science Exceeds Stds. can describe the effects of weathering 10765 SCIENCE G4 IL ADV1 They Earth & Space Science Exceeds Stds. understand patterns of weather and se 10764 SCIENCE G4 IL ADV1 Earth & Space Science Exceeds Stds. Students consistently and accurately identify 10733 SCIENCE G4 IL PROF Earth & Space Science Meets Stds.They can usually identify and explain natural 10734 SCIENCE G4 IL PROF Earth & Space Science Meets Stds.Fourth grade students can usually identify ea 10732 SCIENCE G4 IL PROF Earth & Space Science Meets Stds.Students can usually identify and classify rec 10731 SCIENCE G4 IL PROF Earth & Space Science Meets Stds.They can usually describe the effects of weat 10729 SCIENCE G4 IL PROF Earth & Space Science Meets Stds.Students are usually able to identify and exp 10730 SCIENCE G4 IL PROF Earth & Space Science Meets Stds.They understand patterns of weather and se 10702 SCIENCE G4 IL BASIC Earth & Space Science Below Stds.Students can occasionally identify easily reco 10698 SCIENCE G4 IL BASIC Earth & Space Science Below Stds.They occasionally understand patterns of we 10699 SCIENCE G4 IL BASIC Earth & Space Science Below Stds.They can occasionally describe the effects of 10700 SCIENCE G4 IL BASIC Earth & Space Science Below Stds.Students can occasionally identify and classif 10701 SCIENCE G4 IL BASIC Earth & Space Science Below Stds.They can occasionally identify and explain na 10697 SCIENCE G4 IL BASIC Earth & Space Science Below Stds.Students are usually able to identify but may 10670 SCIENCE G4 IL BBASIC Students Earth & Space Science Academic Warning rarely identify easily recognized sta 10669 SCIENCE G4 IL BBASIC They can Earth & Space Science Academic Warning rarely identify and explain natural c 10667 SCIENCE G4 IL BBASIC They can Earth & Space Science Academic Warning not describe the effects of weather 10666 SCIENCE G4 IL BBASIC They seldom understand patterns of weathe Earth & Space Science Academic Warning 10668 SCIENCE G4 IL BBASIC Students Earth & Space Science Academic Warning inconsistently identify and classify r 10665 SCIENCE G4 IL BBASIC Students Earth & Space Science Academic Warning inconsistently identify and explain n 10748 SCIENCE G4 IL Inquiry ADV1 They Exceeds Stds. can build and test prototypes (e.g., stud 10744 SCIENCE G4 IL Inquiry ADV1 They Exceeds Stds. use available technology and resources 10745 SCIENCE G4 IL Inquiry ADV1 They Exceeds Stds. report and display the results of individ 10749 SCIENCE G4 IL Inquiry ADV1 They Exceeds Stds. can usually modify the plan or prototyp 10746 SCIENCE G4 IL Inquiry ADV1 Students consistently and accurately identify Exceeds Stds. 10747 SCIENCE G4 IL Inquiry ADV1 They Exceeds Stds. can develop a plan and procedure to ad 10743 SCIENCE G4 IL Inquiry ADV1 Students use science concepts to consistentl Exceeds Stds. 10715 SCIENCE G4 IL Inquiry PROF Meets Stds.These students usually show knowledge in b 10713 SCIENCE G4 IL Inquiry PROF Meets Stds.Students are usually able to produce reasona 10714 SCIENCE G4 IL Inquiry PROF Meets Stds.Students are usually able to report results of 10711 SCIENCE G4 IL Inquiry PROF Meets Stds.Students are usually able to formulate quest 10712 SCIENCE G4 IL Inquiry PROF Meets Stds.Skills include observing, estimating and meas 10682 SCIENCE G4 IL Inquiry BASIC Below Stds.Students are occasionally able to report resu 10683 SCIENCE G4 IL Inquiry BASIC Below Stds.These students occasionally show knowledge 10680 SCIENCE G4 IL Inquiry BASIC Below Stds.Skills include observing, estimating and meas 10681 SCIENCE G4 IL Inquiry BASIC Below Stds.Students are occasionally able to produce re 10679 SCIENCE G4 IL Inquiry BASIC Below Stds.Students are occasionally able to formulate q 10649 SCIENCE G4 IL Inquiry BBASIC Students Academic Warning are rarely able to produce reasonab 10650 SCIENCE G4 IL Inquiry BBASIC Students Academic Warning are seldom able to report results of 10647 SCIENCE G4 IL Inquiry BBASIC Students Academic Warning are rarely able to formulate questio 10651 SCIENCE G4 IL Inquiry BBASIC These students rarely show knowledge in be Academic Warning 10648 SCIENCE G4 IL Inquiry BBASIC Skills include observing, estimating and meas Academic 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Stds.They can usually recognize and describe the 10718 SCIENCE G4 IL Life SciencePROF Meets Stds.They can usually compare characteristics of o 10719 SCIENCE G4 IL Life SciencePROF Meets Stds.They can usually describe relationships amon 10687 SCIENCE G4 IL Life ScienceBASIC Below Stds.They inconsistently describe relationships am 10688 SCIENCE G4 IL Life ScienceBASIC Below Stds.They can occasionally construct a simple foo 10689 SCIENCE G4 IL Life ScienceBASIC Below Stds.Students inconsistently identify physical ada 10685 SCIENCE G4 IL Life ScienceBASIC Below Stds.They can occasionally recognize and describe 10684 SCIENCE G4 IL Life ScienceBASIC Below Stds.Students are occasionally able to describe an 10686 SCIENCE G4 IL Life ScienceBASIC Below Stds.They inconsistently compare characteristics 10656 SCIENCE G4 IL Life ScienceBBASIC They can Academic Warning rarely construct a simple food web 10657 SCIENCE G4 IL Life ScienceBBASIC Students Academic Warning inconsistently identify physical 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(e.g., gravi 10757 SCIENCE G4 IL ADV1 Physical Science Students consistently and accurately identify Exceeds Stds. 10728 SCIENCE G4 IL PROF Physical Science Meets Stds.They can identify forces in nature (e.g., gravi 10727 SCIENCE G4 IL PROF Physical Science Meets Stds.They can usually identify simple machines su 10726 SCIENCE G4 IL PROF Physical Science Meets Stds.They can usually identify types of motion as 10724 SCIENCE G4 IL PROF Physical Science Meets Stds.They can usually identify and compare prope 10725 SCIENCE G4 IL PROF Physical Science Meets Stds.Students understand the difference between 10722 SCIENCE G4 IL PROF Physical Science Meets Stds.Students usually identify and give examples o 10723 SCIENCE G4 IL PROF Physical Science Meets Stds.They understand the difference between ene 10695 SCIENCE G4 IL BASIC Physical Science Below Stds.They occasionally identify simple machines s 10696 SCIENCE G4 IL BASIC Physical Science Below Stds.They inconsistently identify forces in nature 10694 SCIENCE G4 IL BASIC Physical Science Below Stds.They inconsistently identify types of motion 10693 SCIENCE G4 IL BASIC Physical Science Below Stds.Students understand the difference between 10691 SCIENCE G4 IL BASIC Physical Science Below Stds.They can occasionally explain the difference 10690 SCIENCE G4 IL BASIC Physical Science Below Stds.Students occasionally identify and give exam 10692 SCIENCE G4 IL BASIC Physical Science Below Stds.They can occasionally identify and compare p 10664 SCIENCE G4 IL BBASIC Physical Science They inconsistently identify forces in nature Academic Warning 10660 SCIENCE G4 IL BBASIC Physical Science They inconsistently identify and compare pro Academic Warning 10661 SCIENCE G4 IL BBASIC Physical Science Students Academic Warning seldom understand the difference b 10659 SCIENCE G4 IL BBASIC Physical Science They rarely explain the difference between e Academic Warning 10663 SCIENCE G4 IL BBASIC Physical Science They rarely identify simple machines such as Academic Warning 10662 SCIENCE G4 IL BBASIC Physical Science They inconsistently identify types of motion Academic Warning 10658 SCIENCE G4 IL BBASIC Physical Science Students Academic Warning inconsistently identify and give exa 10777 SCIENCE G4 IL ADV1 Exceeds Stds. Science, Technology, and Society They can understand how specific personal c 10775 SCIENCE G4 IL ADV1 Exceeds Stds. Science, Technology, and Society They can consistently recognize the effects o 10776 SCIENCE G4 IL ADV1 Exceeds Stds. Science, Technology, and Society Students can consistently compare the relati 10771 SCIENCE G4 IL ADV1 Exceeds Stds. Science, Technology, and Society They can explain why similar investigations m 10774 SCIENCE G4 IL ADV1 Exceeds Stds. Science, Technology, and Society They can usually describe major effects on so 10773 SCIENCE G4 IL ADV1 Exceeds Stds. Science, Technology, and Society They can explain how technology is used in s 10772 SCIENCE G4 IL ADV1 Exceeds Stds. Science, Technology, and Society Students understand the importance of keep 10770 SCIENCE G4 IL ADV1 Exceeds Stds. Science, Technology, and Society Students consistently and accurately demon 10740 SCIENCE G4 IL PROF Meets Stds.They can usually recognize the effects of tec Science, Technology, and Society 10741 SCIENCE G4 IL PROF Meets Stds.Students can usually compare the relative ef Science, Technology, and Society 10742 SCIENCE G4 IL PROF Meets Stds.They can understand how specific personal c Science, Technology, and Society 10738 SCIENCE G4 IL PROF Meets Stds.They can usually explain how technology is u Science, Technology, and Society 10737 SCIENCE G4 IL PROF Meets Stds.Students understand the importance of keep Science, Technology, and Society 10739 SCIENCE G4 IL PROF Meets Stds.They can usually describe major effects on so Science, Technology, and Society 10736 SCIENCE G4 IL PROF Meets Stds.They can usually explain why similar investig Science, Technology, and Society 10735 SCIENCE G4 IL PROF Meets Stds.Students usually demonstrate ways to avoid Science, Technology, and Society 10709 SCIENCE G4 IL BASIC Below Stds.Students occasionally compare the relative e Science, Technology, and Society 10710 SCIENCE G4 IL BASIC Below Stds.They can understand how specific personal c Science, Technology, and Society 10707 SCIENCE G4 IL BASIC Below Stds.They can occasionally describe major effects Science, Technology, and Society 10708 SCIENCE G4 IL BASIC Below Stds.They can occasionally recognize the effects o Science, Technology, and Society 10706 SCIENCE G4 IL BASIC Below Stds.They seldom explain how technology is used Science, Technology, and Society 10704 SCIENCE G4 IL BASIC Below Stds.They seldom explain why similar investigatio Science, Technology, and Society 10705 SCIENCE G4 IL BASIC Below Stds.Students do not understand the importance Science, Technology, and Society 10703 SCIENCE G4 IL BASIC Below Stds.Students occasionally demonstrate ways to a Science, Technology, and Society 10677 SCIENCE G4 IL BBASIC Academic Students Science, Technology, and Society Warning rarely compare the relative effectiv 10678 SCIENCE G4 IL BBASIC Academic They rarely recognize how specific personal c Science, Technology, and Society Warning 10676 SCIENCE G4 IL BBASIC Academic They inconsistently recognize the effects of t Science, Technology, and Society Warning 10675 SCIENCE G4 IL BBASIC Academic They inconsistently describe major effects on Science, Technology, and Society Warning 10674 SCIENCE G4 IL BBASIC Academic They seldom explain how technology is used Science, Technology, and Society Warning 10673 SCIENCE G4 IL BBASIC Academic Students Science, Technology, and Society Warning do not understand the importance 10672 SCIENCE G4 IL BBASIC Academic They can Science, Technology, and Society Warning not explain why similar investigatio 10671 SCIENCE G4 IL BBASIC Academic Students Science, Technology, and Society Warning inconsistently demonstrate ways to 10885 SCIENCE G8 IL ADV1 They identify and describe objects in the sola Earth & Space Science Gr 7 - Exceeds Stds. 10884 SCIENCE G8 IL ADV1 They can Earth & Space Science Gr 7 - Exceeds Stds. transfer and apply these principles 10883 SCIENCE G8 IL ADV1 Students Earth & Space Science Gr 7 - Exceeds Stds. who exceed state standards unders 10882 SCIENCE G8 IL ADV1 Students Earth & Space Science Gr 7 - Exceeds Stds. will apply these concepts to describ 10881 SCIENCE G8 IL ADV1 Students Earth & Space Science Gr 7 - Exceeds Stds. engaged in the earth science stand 10858 SCIENCE G8 IL PROF They are Earth & Space Science Gr 7 - Meets Stds. usually able to analyze and explain 10859 SCIENCE G8 IL PROF They usually identify and describe objects in Earth & Space Science Gr 7 - Meets Stds. 10856 SCIENCE G8 IL PROF Students Earth & Space Science Gr 7 - Meets Stds. will apply these concepts to describ 10857 SCIENCE G8 IL PROF Students Earth & Space Science Gr 7 - Meets Stds. who meet the state standards will u 10855 SCIENCE G8 IL PROF Students Earth & Space Science Gr 7 - Meets Stds. engaged in the earth science stand 10829 SCIENCE G8 IL BASIC They recognize objects in the solar system bu Earth & Space Science Gr 7 - Below Stds. 10827 SCIENCE G8 IL BASIC Students Earth & Space Science Gr 7 - Below Stds. will apply these concepts to describ 10828 SCIENCE G8 IL BASIC Students Earth & Space Science Gr 7 - Below Stds. who do not meet state standards w 10826 SCIENCE G8 IL BASIC Students Earth & Space Science Gr 7 - Below Stds. engaged in the earth science stand 10800 SCIENCE G8 IL BBASIC They rarely demonstrate mastery of fundam Earth & Space Science Gr 7 - Academic Warning 10801 SCIENCE G8 IL BBASIC They seldom Earth & Space Science Gr 7 - Academic Warningrecognize objects in the solar sy 10799 SCIENCE G8 IL BBASIC Students at the Earth & Space Science Gr 7 - Academic Warning academic warning level may 10798 SCIENCE G8 IL BBASIC Students will Earth & Space Science Gr 7 - Academic Warningapply these concepts to describ 10797 SCIENCE G8 IL BBASIC Students engaged in the earth science stand Earth & Space Science Gr 7 - Academic Warning 10872 SCIENCE G8 IL Inquiry ADV1 They recommend improvements based on th Gr 7 - Exceeds Stds. 10871 SCIENCE G8 IL Inquiry ADV1 Students Gr 7 - Exceeds Stds. consistently apply the principles of 10868 SCIENCE G8 IL Inquiry ADV1 They consistently draw accurate conclusions Gr 7 - Exceeds Stds. 10869 SCIENCE G8 IL Inquiry ADV1 They apply Gr 7 - Exceeds Stds. their knowledge to broad and com 10870 SCIENCE G8 IL Inquiry ADV1 Students Gr 7 - Exceeds Stds. can analyze the validity of their exp 10867 SCIENCE G8 IL Inquiry ADV1 Students Gr 7 - Exceeds Stds. who exceed the state standards co 10866 SCIENCE G8 IL Inquiry ADV1 Students Gr 7 - Exceeds Stds. engaged in the inquiry process are 10843 SCIENCE G8 IL Inquiry PROF Students Gr 7 - Meets Stds. can usually solve a simple design pr 10838 SCIENCE G8 IL Inquiry PROF They draw accurate conclusions based on ev Gr 7 - Meets Stds. 10839 SCIENCE G8 IL Inquiry PROF They can Gr 7 - Meets Stds. usually apply their knowledge to di 10840 SCIENCE G8 IL Inquiry PROF Students Gr 7 - Meets Stds. communicate results in a simple wa 10841 SCIENCE G8 IL Inquiry PROF Students Gr 7 - Meets Stds. are usually able to analyze the relia 10842 SCIENCE G8 IL Inquiry PROF Students Gr 7 - Meets Stds. usually apply the principles of scien 10836 SCIENCE G8 IL Inquiry PROF Students Gr 7 - Meets Stds. engaging in the inquiry process are 10837 SCIENCE G8 IL Inquiry PROF Students Gr 7 - Meets Stds. who meet state standards usually a 10811 SCIENCE G8 IL Inquiry BASIC Their Gr 7 - Below Stds.ability to interpret a graph and apply it 10812 SCIENCE G8 IL Inquiry BASIC They make or draw conclusions that are rare Gr 7 - Below Stds. 10813 SCIENCE G8 IL Inquiry BASIC Students Gr 7 - Below Stds. seldom apply the principles of scien 10814 SCIENCE G8 IL Inquiry BASIC Students Gr 7 - Below Stds. seldom solve simple design problem 10807 SCIENCE G8 IL Inquiry BASIC Students Gr 7 - Below Stds. engaging in the inquiry process are 10808 SCIENCE G8 IL Inquiry BASIC Students Gr 7 - Below Stds. who do not meet state standards s 10809 SCIENCE G8 IL Inquiry BASIC They often interpret and communicate the r Gr 7 - Below Stds. 10810 SCIENCE G8 IL Inquiry BASIC They can Gr 7 - Below Stds. collect data and graph it if specific g 10785 SCIENCE G8 IL Inquiry BBASIC They are rarely Gr 7 - Academic Warning able to formulate and build a 10786 SCIENCE G8 IL Inquiry BBASIC They rarely recognize errors and are unable t Gr 7 - Academic Warning 10782 SCIENCE G8 IL Inquiry BBASIC They are rarely Gr 7 - Academic Warning able to interpret the data and 10783 SCIENCE G8 IL Inquiry BBASIC They often make predictions or draw conclus Gr 7 - Academic Warning 10784 SCIENCE G8 IL Inquiry BBASIC Students rarely Gr 7 - Academic Warning understand the principles of 10781 SCIENCE G8 IL Inquiry BBASIC They usually misinterpret and miscommunic Gr 7 - Academic Warning 10780 SCIENCE G8 IL Inquiry BBASIC They are rarely Gr 7 - Academic Warning able to formulate simple exp 10779 SCIENCE G8 IL Inquiry BBASIC Students at the Gr 7 - Academic Warning academic warning level rarel 10778 SCIENCE G8 IL Inquiry BBASIC Students engaging in the inquiry process are Gr 7 - Academic Warning 10876 SCIENCE G8 IL Life ScienceADV1 They consistently recognize the various com Gr 7 - Exceeds Stds. 10874 SCIENCE G8 IL Life ScienceADV1 The students study the interdependence of t Gr 7 - Exceeds Stds. 10875 SCIENCE G8 IL Life ScienceADV1 Students Gr 7 - Exceeds Stds. who exceed the state standards in 10873 SCIENCE G8 IL Life ScienceADV1 Students Gr 7 - Exceeds Stds. engaged in the biological standards 10848 SCIENCE G8 IL Life SciencePROF They recognize the components of various sy Gr 7 - Meets Stds. 10846 SCIENCE G8 IL Life SciencePROF Students Gr 7 - Meets Stds. who meet the state standards usua 10847 SCIENCE G8 IL Life SciencePROF Students Gr 7 - Meets Stds. usually understand various biologic 10845 SCIENCE G8 IL Life SciencePROF The students study the interdependence of t Gr 7 - Meets Stds. 10844 SCIENCE G8 IL Life SciencePROF Students Gr 7 - Meets Stds. engaged in the biological standards 10818 SCIENCE G8 IL Life ScienceBASIC They seldom integrate facts into broader con Gr 7 - Below Stds. 10819 SCIENCE G8 IL Life ScienceBASIC They may know the ''what'' but rarely know Gr 7 - Below Stds. 10816 SCIENCE G8 IL Life ScienceBASIC The students study the interdependence of t Gr 7 - Below Stds. 10817 SCIENCE G8 IL Life ScienceBASIC Students Gr 7 - Below Stds. who do not meet the state standar 10815 SCIENCE G8 IL Life ScienceBASIC Students Gr 7 - Below Stds. engaged in the biological standards 10788 SCIENCE G8 IL Life ScienceBBASIC The Warning Gr 7 - Academicstudents study the interdependence of t 10789 SCIENCE G8 IL Life ScienceBBASIC Students at the Gr 7 - Academic Warning academic warning level rarel 10791 SCIENCE G8 IL Life ScienceBBASIC They do not extend their understanding beyo Gr 7 - Academic Warning 10790 SCIENCE G8 IL Life ScienceBBASIC They are unable Gr 7 - Academic Warning to integrate discreet facts in 10787 SCIENCE G8 IL Life ScienceBBASIC Students engaged in the biological standards Gr 7 - Academic Warning 10879 SCIENCE G8 IL ADV1 Physical Science Students Gr 7 - Exceeds Stds. who exceed the state standards co 10880 SCIENCE G8 IL ADV1 Physical Science They can Gr 7 - Exceeds Stds. apply their knowledge accurately a 10878 SCIENCE G8 IL ADV1 Physical Science Students Gr 7 - Exceeds Stds. will relate and describe the interact 10877 SCIENCE G8 IL ADV1 Physical Science Students Gr 7 - Exceeds Stds. engaged in the physical science sta 10854 SCIENCE G8 IL PROF Physical Science They are Gr 7 - Meets Stds. usually able to model or demonstra 10852 SCIENCE G8 IL PROF Physical Science They can Gr 7 - Meets Stds. usually apply them to simple proble 10853 SCIENCE G8 IL PROF Physical Science They usually extend their knowledge beyond Gr 7 - Meets Stds. 10851 SCIENCE G8 IL PROF Physical Science Students Gr 7 - Meets Stds. who meet the state standards usua 10849 SCIENCE G8 IL PROF Physical Science Students Gr 7 - Meets Stds. engaged in the physical science sta 10850 SCIENCE G8 IL PROF Physical Science Students Gr 7 - Meets Stds. will relate and describe the interact 10822 SCIENCE G8 IL BASIC Physical Science Students Gr 7 - Below Stds. who do not meet state standards s 10821 SCIENCE G8 IL BASIC Physical Science Students Gr 7 - Below Stds. will relate and describe the interact 10825 SCIENCE G8 IL BASIC Physical Science They are Gr 7 - Below Stds. seldom able to make connections b 10823 SCIENCE G8 IL BASIC Physical Science They have difficulty applying them to simple Gr 7 - Below Stds. 10824 SCIENCE G8 IL BASIC Physical Science They rarely understand the various applicatio Gr 7 - Below Stds. 10820 SCIENCE G8 IL BASIC Physical Science Students Gr 7 - Below Stds. engaged in the physical science sta 10795 SCIENCE G8 IL BBASIC Physical Science They do not consistently demonstrate maste Gr 7 - Academic Warning 10796 SCIENCE G8 IL BBASIC Physical Science They are rarely Gr 7 - Academic Warning able to make connections be 10792 SCIENCE G8 IL BBASIC Physical Science Students engaged in the physical science sta Gr 7 - Academic Warning 10793 SCIENCE G8 IL BBASIC Physical Science Students will Gr 7 - Academic Warningrelate and describe the interact 10794 SCIENCE G8 IL BBASIC Physical Science Students at the Gr 7 - Academic Warning academic warning level do n 10890 SCIENCE G8 IL ADV1 Gr 7 - Exceeds Stds. Science, Technology, and Society They are aware of the roles science and tech 10891 SCIENCE G8 IL ADV1 Gr 7 - Exceeds Stds. Science, Technology, and Society Students can evaluate conservation strategie 10889 SCIENCE G8 IL ADV1 Gr 7 - Exceeds Stds. Science, Technology, and Society Students who exceed state standards have a 10888 SCIENCE G8 IL ADV1 Gr 7 - Exceeds Stds. Science, Technology, and Society Students will identify and examine the effect 10887 SCIENCE G8 IL ADV1 Gr 7 - Exceeds Stds. Science, Technology, and Society The students will identify and examine contr 10886 SCIENCE G8 IL ADV1 Gr 7 - Exceeds Stds. Science, Technology, and Society Students engaged in the science, technology 10865 SCIENCE G8 IL PROF Gr 7 - Meets Stds. Science, Technology, and Society They usually have a basic understanding of th 10863 SCIENCE G8 IL PROF Gr 7 - Meets Stds. Science, Technology, and Society Students who meet state standards are usua 10864 SCIENCE G8 IL PROF Gr 7 - Meets Stds. Science, Technology, and Society They can usually evaluate simple issues and o 10862 SCIENCE G8 IL PROF Gr 7 - Meets Stds. Science, Technology, and Society Students will identify and examine the effect 10861 SCIENCE G8 IL PROF Gr 7 - Meets Stds. Science, Technology, and Society The students will identify and examine contr 10860 SCIENCE G8 IL PROF Gr 7 - Meets Stds. Science, Technology, and Society Students engaged in the science, technology 10835 SCIENCE G8 IL BASIC Gr 7 - Below Stds. Science, Technology, and Society They can not explain why or how science and 10831 SCIENCE G8 IL BASIC Gr 7 - Below Stds. Science, Technology, and Society The students will identify and examine contr 10832 SCIENCE G8 IL BASIC Gr 7 - Below Stds. Science, Technology, and Society Students will identify and examine the effect 10834 SCIENCE G8 IL BASIC Gr 7 - Below Stds. Science, Technology, and Society They are seldom able to evaluate simple issu 10833 SCIENCE G8 IL BASIC Gr 7 - Below Stds. Science, Technology, and Society Students who are below state standards are 10830 SCIENCE G8 IL BASIC Gr 7 - Below Stds. Science, Technology, and Society Students engaged in the science, technology 10806 SCIENCE G8 IL BBASIC Gr 7 - Academic interpretations and decisions tend to b Science, Technology, and Society TheirWarning 10802 SCIENCE G8 IL BBASIC Gr 7 - Academic Warning Science, Technology, and Society Students engaged in the science, technology 10803 SCIENCE G8 IL BBASIC Gr 7 - Academic Warning Science, Technology, and Society The students will identify and examine contr 10804 SCIENCE G8 IL BBASIC Gr 7 - Academic Warning Science, Technology, and Society Students will identify and examine the effect 10805 SCIENCE G8 IL BBASIC Gr 7 - Academic Warning Science, Technology, and Society Students at the academic warning level are n 10910 SCIENCE HS IL ADV1 They identify and describe objects in the sola Earth & Space SciencesGr11 - Exceeds Stds. 10909 SCIENCE HS IL ADV1 They use Earth & Space SciencesGr11 - Exceeds Stds. these principles to analyze systems 10908 SCIENCE HS IL ADV1 Students Earth & Space SciencesGr11 - Exceeds Stds. whose performance exceeds the St 10907 SCIENCE HS IL ADV1 Students Earth & Space SciencesGr11 - Exceeds Stds. who work at the Exceeds Standards 10938 SCIENCE HS IL PROF They identify and demonstrate familiarity wi Earth & Space SciencesGr11 - Meets Stds. 10937 SCIENCE HS IL PROF They demonstrate a basic understanding of h Earth & Space SciencesGr11 - Meets Stds. 10936 SCIENCE HS IL PROF They analyze the systems and components o Earth & Space SciencesGr11 - Meets Stds. 10935 SCIENCE HS IL PROF Students Earth & Space SciencesGr11 - Meets Stds. who meet the Standards demonstr 10934 SCIENCE HS IL PROF Students Earth & Space SciencesGr11 - Meets Stds. who work at the Meets Standards l 10965 SCIENCE HS IL BASIC They identify objects in the solar system, suc Earth & Space SciencesGr11 - Below Stds. 10964 SCIENCE HS IL BASIC Students Earth & Space SciencesGr11 - Below Stds. who do not meet the Standards de 10963 SCIENCE HS IL BASIC Students Earth & Space SciencesGr11 - Below Stds. who work at the Below Standards l 10993 SCIENCE HS IL BBASIC They Warning Earth & Space SciencesGr11 - Academic identify pictures of Earth, the moon, an 10992 SCIENCE HS IL BBASIC Students at the Earth & Space SciencesGr11 - Academic Warning Academic Warning level may 10991 SCIENCE HS IL BBASIC Student work Earth & Space SciencesGr11 - Academic Warningat the Academic Warning level 10902 SCIENCE HS IL A Life Sciences DV1 They understand and predict how life forms Gr11 - Exceeds Stds. 10899 SCIENCE HS IL A Life Sciences DV1 They recognize the structure and organizatio Gr11 - Exceeds Stds. 10901 SCIENCE HS IL A Life Sciences DV1 They understand and identify the abiotic and Gr11 - Exceeds Stds. 10900 SCIENCE HS IL A Life Sciences DV1 They understand the significance of evidence Gr11 - Exceeds Stds. 10898 SCIENCE HS IL A Life Sciences DV1 Students Gr11 - Exceeds Stds. whose performance exceeds the St 10897 SCIENCE HS IL A Life Sciences DV1 Students Gr11 - Exceeds Stds. who work at the Exceeds Standards 10929 SCIENCE HS IL P Life Sciences ROF They identify or predict basic mechanisms by Gr11 - Meets Stds. 10928 SCIENCE HS IL P Life Sciences ROF They identify the abiotic and biotic factors th Gr11 - Meets Stds. 10926 SCIENCE HS IL P Life Sciences ROF They understand how organisms respond to Gr11 - Meets Stds. 10927 SCIENCE HS IL P Life Sciences ROF They understand the significance of evidence Gr11 - Meets Stds. 10925 SCIENCE HS IL P Life Sciences ROF Students Gr11 - Meets Stds. who meet the Standards demonstr 10924 SCIENCE HS IL P Life Sciences ROF Students Gr11 - Meets Stds. who work at the Meets Standards l 10956 SCIENCE HS IL B Life Sciences ASIC They understand the significance of some of Gr11 - Below Stds. 10957 SCIENCE HS IL B Life Sciences ASIC They identify some of the most common abi Gr11 - Below Stds. 10958 SCIENCE HS IL B Life Sciences ASIC They describe or predict how life forms adap Gr11 - Below Stds. 10954 SCIENCE HS IL B Life Sciences ASIC They demonstrate a limited understanding o Gr11 - Below Stds. 10955 SCIENCE HS IL B Life Sciences ASIC They identify the basic structures and organi Gr11 - Below Stds. 10953 SCIENCE HS IL B Life Sciences ASIC Students Gr11 - Below Stds. who do not meet the Standards de 10952 SCIENCE HS IL B Life Sciences ASIC Students Gr11 - Below Stds. who work at the Below Standards l 10985 SCIENCE HS IL B Life Sciences BASIC While these students may notice observable Gr11 - Academic Warning 10982 SCIENCE HS IL B Life Sciences BASIC Students describe some structural parts of o Gr11 - Academic Warning 10983 SCIENCE HS IL B Life Sciences BASIC These students Gr11 - Academic Warning may attempt to identify evid 10984 SCIENCE HS IL B Life Sciences BASIC These students Gr11 - Academic Warning rarely describe or identify the 10981 SCIENCE HS IL B Life Sciences BASIC They Warning Gr11 - Academic describe how organisms respond to ext 10980 SCIENCE HS IL B Life Sciences BASIC Students at the Gr11 - Academic Warning Academic Warning level may 10979 SCIENCE HS IL B Life Sciences BASIC Student work Gr11 - Academic Warningat the Academic Warning level 10906 SCIENCE HS IL ADV1 Physical Sciences They make Gr11 - Exceeds Stds. connections between classroom 10904 SCIENCE HS IL ADV1 Physical Sciences Students Gr11 - Exceeds Stds. whose performance exceeds the St 10905 SCIENCE HS IL ADV1 Physical Sciences They analyze reactions, the properties of ma Gr11 - Exceeds Stds. 10903 SCIENCE HS IL ADV1 Physical Sciences Students Gr11 - Exceeds Stds. who work at the Exceeds Standards 10933 SCIENCE HS IL PROF Physical Sciences They make connections between classroom Gr11 - Meets Stds. 10932 SCIENCE HS IL PROF Physical Sciences They analyze reactions, the properties of ma Gr11 - Meets Stds. 10930 SCIENCE HS IL PROF Physical Sciences Students Gr11 - Meets Stds. who work at the Meets Standards l 10931 SCIENCE HS IL PROF Physical Sciences Students Gr11 - Meets Stds. who meet the Standards demonstr 10962 SCIENCE HS IL BASIC Physical Sciences They make rudimentary connections betwee Gr11 - Below Stds. 10961 SCIENCE HS IL BASIC Physical Sciences They analyze simple reactions, the propertie Gr11 - Below Stds. 10959 SCIENCE HS IL BASIC Physical Sciences Students Gr11 - Below Stds. who work at the Below Standards l 10960 SCIENCE HS IL BASIC Physical Sciences Students Gr11 - Below Stds. who do not meet the Standards de 10990 SCIENCE HS IL BBASIC Physical Sciences It is extremely Gr11 - Academic Warning difficult for these students to 10989 SCIENCE HS IL BBASIC Physical Sciences They Warning Gr11 - Academic do not analyze reaction mechanisms, th 10988 SCIENCE HS IL BBASIC Physical Sciences They Warning Gr11 - Academic describe rudimentary physical phenom 10987 SCIENCE HS IL BBASIC Physical Sciences Students at the Gr11 - Academic Warning Academic Warning level dem 10986 SCIENCE HS IL BBASIC Physical Sciences Student work Gr11 - Academic Warningat the Academic Warning level 10918 SCIENCE HS IL ADV1 Gr11 - Exceeds Stds. Science, Technology, and Society These students identify and evaluate the con 10917 SCIENCE HS IL ADV1 Gr11 - Exceeds Stds. Science, Technology, and Society With little assistance, these students design 10914 SCIENCE HS IL ADV1 Gr11 - Exceeds Stds. Science, Technology, and Society These students explain the strengths, weakn 10916 SCIENCE HS IL ADV1 Gr11 - Exceeds Stds. Science, Technology, and Society These students analyze the political ramifica 10915 SCIENCE HS IL ADV1 Gr11 - Exceeds Stds. Science, Technology, and Society They understand why experimental replicati 10913 SCIENCE HS IL ADV1 Gr11 - Exceeds Stds. Science, Technology, and Society They understand the criteria that scientists u 10912 SCIENCE HS IL ADV1 Gr11 - Exceeds Stds. Science, Technology, and Society Students whose performance exceeds the St 10911 SCIENCE HS IL ADV1 Gr11 - Exceeds Stds. Science, Technology, and Society Students who work at the Exceeds Standards 10946 SCIENCE HS IL PROF Gr11 - Meets Stds. Science, Technology, and Society These students identify uncomplicated conn 10945 SCIENCE HS IL PROF Gr11 - Meets Stds. Science, Technology, and Society These students understand the basic principl 10944 SCIENCE HS IL PROF Gr11 - Meets Stds. Science, Technology, and Society These students demonstrate sufficient know 10943 SCIENCE HS IL PROF Gr11 - Meets Stds. Science, Technology, and Society They demonstrate a basic understand of the 10942 SCIENCE HS IL PROF Gr11 - Meets Stds. Science, Technology, and Society They explain the strengths, weaknesses and 10941 SCIENCE HS IL PROF Gr11 - Meets Stds. Science, Technology, and Society They demonstrate a basic understanding of t 10940 SCIENCE HS IL PROF Gr11 - Meets Stds. Science, Technology, and Society Students who meet the Standards demonstr 10939 SCIENCE HS IL PROF Gr11 - Meets Stds. Science, Technology, and Society Students who work at the Meets Standards l 10973 SCIENCE HS IL BASIC Gr11 - Below Stds. Science, Technology, and Society These students identify some basic connectio 10972 SCIENCE HS IL BASIC Gr11 - Below Stds. Science, Technology, and Society These students have a rudimentary understa 10970 SCIENCE HS IL BASIC Gr11 - Below Stds. Science, Technology, and Society They have a rudimentary understanding of w 10971 SCIENCE HS IL BASIC Gr11 - Below Stds. Science, Technology, and Society These students can analyze some of the polit 10968 SCIENCE HS IL BASIC Gr11 - Below Stds. Science, Technology, and Society They are aware of some of the main criteria 10969 SCIENCE HS IL BASIC Gr11 - Below Stds. Science, Technology, and Society They can explain some of the main strengths 10967 SCIENCE HS IL BASIC Gr11 - Below Stds. Science, Technology, and Society Students who are below state Standards hav 10966 SCIENCE HS IL BASIC Gr11 - Below Stds. Science, Technology, and Society Students who work at the Below Standards l 10996 SCIENCE HS IL BBASIC Gr11 - Academic Warning Science, Technology, and Society They do not demonstrate comprehension of 10997 SCIENCE HS IL BBASIC Gr11 - Academic students Science, Technology, and Society TheseWarning do not analyze political ramif 10998 SCIENCE HS IL BBASIC Gr11 - Academic Warning Science, Technology, and Society They do not make connections between scie 10995 SCIENCE HS IL BBASIC Gr11 - Academic Warning Science, Technology, and Society Students at the Academic Warning level nee 10994 SCIENCE HS IL BBASIC Gr11 - Academic Warning Science, Technology, and Society Student work at the Academic Warning level 10896 SCIENCE HS IL ADV1 Scientific Inquiry They modify or refine a model in a manner t Gr11 - Exceeds Stds. 10895 SCIENCE HS IL ADV1 Scientific Inquiry These students identify a design problem, se Gr11 - Exceeds Stds. 10894 SCIENCE HS IL ADV1 Scientific Inquiry They understand how systematic controlled Gr11 - Exceeds Stds. 10893 SCIENCE HS IL ADV1 Scientific Inquiry Students Gr11 - Exceeds Stds. whose performance exceeds the St 10892 SCIENCE HS IL ADV1 Scientific Inquiry Students Gr11 - Exceeds Stds. who work at the Exceeds Standards 10923 SCIENCE HS IL PROF Scientific Inquiry They modify a model to improve its design a Gr11 - Meets Stds. 10922 SCIENCE HS IL PROF Scientific Inquiry These students identify major experimental Gr11 - Meets Stds. 10921 SCIENCE HS IL PROF Scientific Inquiry They understand how systematic controlled Gr11 - Meets Stds. 10920 SCIENCE HS IL PROF Scientific Inquiry Students Gr11 - Meets Stds. who meet the Standards formulate 10919 SCIENCE HS IL PROF Scientific Inquiry Students Gr11 - Meets Stds. who work at the Meets Standards l 10951 SCIENCE HS IL BASIC Scientific Inquiry They modify a simple model in a manner tha Gr11 - Below Stds. 10950 SCIENCE HS IL BASIC Scientific Inquiry They identify some design problems, select s Gr11 - Below Stds. 10949 SCIENCE HS IL BASIC Scientific Inquiry They understand systematic controlled expe Gr11 - Below Stds. 10948 SCIENCE HS IL BASIC Scientific Inquiry Students Gr11 - Below Stds. who do not meet the Standards de 10947 SCIENCE HS IL BASIC Scientific Inquiry Students Gr11 - Below Stds. who work at the Below Standards l 10978 SCIENCE HS IL BBASIC Scientific Inquiry If they are prompted numerous times during Gr11 - Academic Warning 10977 SCIENCE HS IL BBASIC Scientific Inquiry In group-learning Gr11 - Academic Warning situations where a teacher 10975 SCIENCE HS IL BBASIC Scientific Inquiry Students at the Gr11 - Academic Warning Academic Warning level dem 10976 SCIENCE HS IL BBASIC Scientific Inquiry These students Gr11 - Academic Warning have reading difficulties that 10974 SCIENCE HS IL BBASIC Scientific Inquiry Student work Gr11 - Academic Warningat the Academic Warning level 10145 MATH G4 KS Algebra ADV2 Exemplary mathematical relationships using various mo 10144 MATH G4 KS Algebra ADV2 Exemplary one operation function tables 10143 MATH G4 KS Algebra ADV2 Exemplary one variable, one-step whole number equati 10142 MATH G4 KS Algebra ADV2 Exemplary The exemplary student effectively uses mult 10125 MATH G4 KS Algebra ADV1 one variable, one-step whole number equati Exceeds Standard 10126 MATH G4 KS Algebra ADV1 one operation function tables Exceeds Standard 10127 MATH G4 KS Algebra ADV1 mathematical relationships using various mo Exceeds Standard 10124 MATH G4 KS Algebra ADV1 The advanced student effectively uses multip Exceeds Standard 10109 MATH G4 KS Algebra PROF mathematical relationships using various mo Meets Standard 10107 MATH G4 KS Algebra PROF one Meets Standardvariable, one-step whole number equati 10108 MATH G4 KS Algebra PROF one Meets Standardoperation function tables 10106 MATH G4 KS Algebra PROF The Meets Standardproficient student uses some problem-so 10089 MATH G4 KS Algebra BASIC Standard Approachesone variable, one-step whole number equati 10090 MATH G4 KS Algebra BASIC Standard Approachesone operation function tables 10091 MATH G4 KS Algebra BASIC Standard Approachesmathematical relationships using various mo 10088 MATH G4 KS Algebra BASIC Standard ApproachesThe basic student inconsistently uses problem 10071 MATH G4 KS Algebra BBASIC one variable, one-step whole number equati Academic Warning 10072 MATH G4 KS Algebra BBASIC one operation function tables Academic Warning 10073 MATH G4 KS Algebra BBASIC mathematical relationships using various mo Academic Warning 10070 MATH G4 KS Algebra BBASIC The student seldom uses problem-solving te Academic Warning 10154 MATH G4 KS Data ADV2 Exemplary application of the statistical measures (minim 10153 MATH G4 KS Data ADV2 Exemplary graphs presented in a variety of formats incl 10152 MATH G4 KS Data ADV2 Exemplary The exemplary student effectively uses mult 10135 MATH G4 KS Data ADV1 graphs Exceeds Standard presented in a variety of formats incl 10136 MATH G4 KS Data ADV1 application of the statistical measures (minim Exceeds Standard 10134 MATH G4 KS Data ADV1 The advanced student effectively uses multip Exceeds Standard 10117 MATH G4 KS Data PROF graphs Meets Standard presented in a variety of formats incl 10118 MATH G4 KS Data PROF application of the statistical measures (minim Meets Standard 10116 MATH G4 KS Data PROF The Meets Standardproficient student uses some problem-so 10100 MATH G4 KS Data BASIC Standard Approachesapplication of the statistical measures (minim 10098 MATH G4 KS Data BASIC Standard ApproachesThe basic student inconsistently uses problem 10099 MATH G4 KS Data BASIC Standard Approachesgraphs presented in a variety of formats incl 10081 MATH G4 KS Data BBASIC graphs Academic Warningpresented in a variety of formats incl 10082 MATH G4 KS Data BBASIC application of the statistical measures (minim Academic Warning 10080 MATH G4 KS Data BBASIC The student seldom uses problem-solving te Academic Warning 10147 MATH G4 KS Geometry ADV2 Exemplary plane figures within a composite figure 10148 MATH G4 KS Geometry ADV2 Exemplary measurement tools 10149 MATH G4 KS Geometry ADV2 Exemplary reasonable estimations of measurements an 10150 MATH G4 KS Geometry ADV2 Exemplary single transformation of two-dimensional fig 10151 MATH G4 KS Geometry ADV2 Exemplary first quadrant coordinate grids 10146 MATH G4 KS Geometry ADV2 Exemplary The exemplary student effectively uses mult 10133 MATH G4 KS Geometry ADV1 first quadrant coordinate grids Exceeds Standard 10129 MATH G4 KS Geometry ADV1 plane Exceeds Standardfigures within a composite figure 10130 MATH G4 KS Geometry ADV1 measurement tools Exceeds Standard 10131 MATH G4 KS Geometry ADV1 reasonable estimations of measurements an Exceeds Standard 10132 MATH G4 KS Geometry ADV1 single Exceeds Standard transformation of two-dimensional fig 10128 MATH G4 KS Geometry ADV1 The advanced student effectively uses multip Exceeds Standard 10114 MATH G4 KS Geometry PROF single Meets Standard transformation of two-dimensional fig 10115 MATH G4 KS Geometry PROF first Meets Standardquadrant coordinate grids 10112 MATH G4 KS Geometry PROF measurement tools Meets Standard 10113 MATH G4 KS Geometry PROF reasonable estimations of measurements an Meets Standard 10111 MATH G4 KS Geometry PROF plane Meets Standard figures within a composite figure 10110 MATH G4 KS Geometry PROF The Meets Standardproficient student uses some problem-so 10095 MATH G4 KS Geometry BASIC Standard Approachesreasonable estimations of measurements an 10096 MATH G4 KS Geometry BASIC Standard Approachessingle transformation of two-dimensional fig 10097 MATH G4 KS Geometry BASIC Standard Approachesfirst quadrant coordinate grids 10094 MATH G4 KS Geometry BASIC Standard Approachesmeasurement tools 10093 MATH G4 KS Geometry BASIC Standard Approachesplane figures within a composite figure 10092 MATH G4 KS Geometry BASIC Standard ApproachesThe basic student inconsistently uses problem 10077 MATH G4 KS Geometry BBASIC reasonable estimations of measurements an Academic Warning 10078 MATH G4 KS Geometry BBASIC single transformation of two-dimensional fig Academic Warning 10079 MATH G4 KS Geometry BBASIC first quadrant coordinate grids Academic Warning 10076 MATH G4 KS Geometry BBASIC measurement tools Academic Warning 10074 MATH G4 KS Geometry BBASIC The student seldom uses problem-solving te Academic Warning 10075 MATH G4 KS Geometry BBASIC plane figures within a composite figure Academic Warning 10138 MATH G4 KS ADV2 Exemplary place value concepts and notations Number and Computation 10139 MATH G4 KS ADV2 Exemplary concepts of whole number properties Number and Computation 10141 MATH G4 KS ADV2 Exemplary relationships between mathematical operati Number and Computation 10140 MATH G4 KS ADV2 Exemplary one- and two-step real-world problems with Number and Computation 10137 MATH G4 KS ADV2 Exemplary The exemplary student effectively uses mult Number and Computation 10122 MATH G4 KS ADV1 Exceeds Standard two-step real-world problems with Number and Computation one- and 10123 MATH G4 KS ADV1 Exceeds Standard Number and Computation relationships between mathematical operati 10119 MATH G4 KS ADV1 Exceeds Standard Number and Computation The advanced student effectively uses multip 10120 MATH G4 KS ADV1 Exceeds Standardvalue concepts and notations Number and Computation place 10121 MATH G4 KS ADV1 Exceeds Standard of whole number properties Number and Computation concepts 10103 MATH G4 KS PROF Meets Standard Number and Computation concepts of whole number properties 10104 MATH G4 KS PROF Meets Standard and two-step real-world problems with Number and Computation one- 10105 MATH G4 KS PROF Meets Standard Number and Computation relationships between mathematical operati 10102 MATH G4 KS PROF Meets Standard value concepts and notations Number and Computation place 10101 MATH G4 KS PROF Meets Standardproficient student uses some problem-so Number and Computation The 10087 MATH G4 KS BASIC Approachesrelationships between mathematical operati Number and Computation Standard 10084 MATH G4 KS BASIC Approachesplace value concepts and notations Number and Computation Standard 10085 MATH G4 KS BASIC Approachesconcepts of whole number properties Number and Computation Standard 10086 MATH G4 KS BASIC Approachesone- and two-step real-world problems with Number and Computation Standard 10083 MATH G4 KS BASIC ApproachesThe basic student inconsistently uses problem Number and Computation Standard 10069 MATH G4 KS BBASIC Academic Warning Number and Computation relationships between mathematical operati 10068 MATH G4 KS BBASIC Academic Warning two-step real-world problems with Number and Computation one- and 10065 MATH G4 KS BBASIC Academic Warning Number and Computation The student seldom uses problem-solving te 10067 MATH G4 KS BBASIC Academic Warning of whole number properties Number and Computation concepts 10066 MATH G4 KS BBASIC Academic Warning Number and Computation place value concepts and notations 10241 MATH G8 KS Algebra ADV2 Exemplary graphical, algebraic and geometric models 10238 MATH G8 KS Algebra ADV2 Exemplary one- and two-step linear equations 10239 MATH G8 KS Algebra ADV2 Exemplary representations of real-world problems 10240 MATH G8 KS Algebra ADV2 Exemplary numerical, graphical, tabular, and symbolic r 10237 MATH G8 KS Algebra ADV2 Exemplary The exemplary student effectively uses mult 10222 MATH G8 KS Algebra ADV1 graphical, algebraic and geometric models Exceeds Standard 10221 MATH G8 KS Algebra ADV1 numerical, graphical, tabular, and symbolic r Exceeds Standard 10220 MATH G8 KS Algebra ADV1 representations of real-world problems Exceeds Standard 10219 MATH G8 KS Algebra ADV1 one- and Exceeds Standard two-step linear equations 10218 MATH G8 KS Algebra ADV1 The advanced student effectively uses multip Exceeds Standard 10203 MATH G8 KS Algebra PROF graphical, algebraic and geometric models Meets Standard 10200 MATH G8 KS Algebra PROF one- Meets Standard and two-step linear equations 10201 MATH G8 KS Algebra PROF representations of real-world problems Meets Standard 10202 MATH G8 KS Algebra PROF numerical, graphical, tabular, and symbolic r Meets Standard 10199 MATH G8 KS Algebra PROF The Meets Standardproficient student uses some problem-so 10181 MATH G8 KS Algebra BASIC Standard Approachesone- and two-step linear equations 10184 MATH G8 KS Algebra BASIC Standard Approachesgraphical, algebraic and geometric models 10183 MATH G8 KS Algebra BASIC Standard Approachesnumerical, graphical, tabular, and symbolic r 10182 MATH G8 KS Algebra BASIC Standard Approachesrepresentations of real-world problems 10180 MATH G8 KS Algebra BASIC Standard ApproachesThe basic student inconsistently uses problem 10165 MATH G8 KS Algebra BBASIC graphical, Academic Warning algebraic and geometric models 10162 MATH G8 KS Algebra BBASIC one- and Academic Warning two-step linear equations 10163 MATH G8 KS Algebra BBASIC representations of real-world problems Academic Warning 10164 MATH G8 KS Algebra BBASIC numerical, graphical, tabular, and symbolic r Academic Warning 10161 MATH G8 KS Algebra BBASIC The student seldom uses problem-solving te Academic Warning 10247 MATH G8 KS Data ADV2 Exemplary probability of compound independent event 10248 MATH G8 KS Data ADV2 Exemplary prediction of simple events 10249 MATH G8 KS Data ADV2 Exemplary measures of central tendency with rational n 10246 MATH G8 KS Data ADV2 Exemplary The exemplary student effectively uses mult 10229 MATH G8 KS Data ADV1 prediction of simple events Exceeds Standard 10230 MATH G8 KS Data ADV1 measures of central tendency with rational n Exceeds Standard 10227 MATH G8 KS Data ADV1 The advanced student effectively uses multip Exceeds Standard 10228 MATH G8 KS Data ADV1 probability of compound independent event Exceeds Standard 10209 MATH G8 KS Data PROF probability of compound independent event Meets Standard 10210 MATH G8 KS Data PROF prediction of simple events Meets Standard 10211 MATH G8 KS Data PROF measures of central tendency with rational n Meets Standard 10208 MATH G8 KS Data PROF The Meets Standardproficient student uses some problem-so 10192 MATH G8 KS Data BASIC Standard Approachesmeasures of central tendency with rational n 10190 MATH G8 KS Data BASIC Standard Approachesprobability of compound independent event 10191 MATH G8 KS Data BASIC Standard Approachesprediction of simple events 10189 MATH G8 KS Data BASIC Standard ApproachesThe basic student inconsistently uses problem 10171 MATH G8 KS Data BBASIC probability of compound independent event Academic Warning 10172 MATH G8 KS Data BBASIC prediction Academic Warning of simple events 10173 MATH G8 KS Data BBASIC measures Academic Warning of central tendency with rational n 10170 MATH G8 KS Data BBASIC The student seldom uses problem-solving te Academic Warning 10243 MATH G8 KS Geometry ADV2 Exemplary corresponding parts of congruent and simila 10244 MATH G8 KS Geometry ADV2 Exemplary Pythagorean Theorem 10245 MATH G8 KS Geometry ADV2 Exemplary ordered pairs, slope, and vertical/horizontal 10242 MATH G8 KS Geometry ADV2 Exemplary The exemplary student effectively uses mult 10224 MATH G8 KS Geometry ADV1 corresponding parts of congruent and simila Exceeds Standard 10226 MATH G8 KS Geometry ADV1 ordered Exceeds Standard pairs, slope, and vertical/horizontal 10225 MATH G8 KS Geometry ADV1 Pythagorean Theorem Exceeds Standard 10223 MATH G8 KS Geometry ADV1 The advanced student effectively uses multip Exceeds Standard 10206 MATH G8 KS Geometry PROF Pythagorean Theorem Meets Standard 10207 MATH G8 KS Geometry PROF ordered pairs, slope, and vertical/horizontal Meets Standard 10204 MATH G8 KS Geometry PROF The Meets Standardproficient student uses some problem-so 10205 MATH G8 KS Geometry PROF corresponding parts of congruent and simila Meets Standard 10188 MATH G8 KS Geometry BASIC Standard Approachesordered pairs, slope, and vertical/horizontal 10187 MATH G8 KS Geometry BASIC Standard ApproachesPythagorean Theorem 10186 MATH G8 KS Geometry BASIC Standard Approachescorresponding parts of congruent and simila 10185 MATH G8 KS Geometry BASIC Standard ApproachesThe basic student inconsistently uses problem 10169 MATH G8 KS Geometry BBASIC ordered Academic Warning pairs, slope, and vertical/horizontal 10167 MATH G8 KS Geometry BBASIC corresponding parts of congruent and simila Academic Warning 10168 MATH G8 KS Geometry BBASIC Pythagorean Theorem Academic Warning 10166 MATH G8 KS Geometry BBASIC The student seldom uses problem-solving te Academic Warning 10234 MATH G8 KS ADV2 Exemplary application of real number properties Number and Computation 10235 MATH G8 KS ADV2 Exemplary computation with integers and order of oper Number and Computation 10236 MATH G8 KS ADV2 Exemplary real-world problems with rational numbers, Number and Computation 10232 MATH G8 KS ADV2 Exemplary multiplication and division of numbers betwe Number and Computation 10233 MATH G8 KS ADV2 Exemplary subsets of real numbers Number and Computation 10231 MATH G8 KS ADV2 Exemplary The exemplary student effectively uses mult Number and Computation 10216 MATH G8 KS ADV1 Exceeds Standard Number and Computation computation with integers and order of oper 10217 MATH G8 KS ADV1 Exceeds Standard Number and Computation real-world problems with rational numbers, 10215 MATH G8 KS ADV1 Exceeds Standard Number and Computation application of real number properties 10212 MATH G8 KS ADV1 Exceeds Standard Number and Computation The advanced student effectively uses multip 10213 MATH G8 KS ADV1 Exceeds Standard Number and Computation multiplication and division of numbers betwe 10214 MATH G8 KS ADV1 Exceeds Standard of real numbers Number and Computation subsets 10197 MATH G8 KS PROF Meets Standard Number and Computation computation with integers and order of oper 10198 MATH G8 KS PROF Meets Standard Number and Computation real-world problems with rational numbers, 10193 MATH G8 KS PROF Meets Standardproficient student uses some problem-so Number and Computation The 10194 MATH G8 KS PROF Meets Standard Number and Computation multiplication and division of numbers betwe 10195 MATH G8 KS PROF Meets Standard of real numbers Number and Computation subsets 10196 MATH G8 KS PROF Meets Standard Number and Computation application of real number properties 10179 MATH G8 KS BASIC Approachesreal-world problems with rational numbers, Number and Computation Standard 10177 MATH G8 KS BASIC Approachesapplication of real number properties Number and Computation Standard 10178 MATH G8 KS BASIC Approachescomputation with integers and order of oper Number and Computation Standard 10175 MATH G8 KS BASIC Approachesmultiplication and division of numbers betwe Number and Computation Standard 10176 MATH G8 KS BASIC Approachessubsets of real numbers Number and Computation Standard 10174 MATH G8 KS BASIC ApproachesThe basic student inconsistently uses problem Number and Computation Standard 10158 MATH G8 KS BBASIC Academic Warning Number and Computation application of real number properties 10159 MATH G8 KS BBASIC Academic Warning Number and Computation computation with integers and order of oper 10160 MATH G8 KS BBASIC Academic Warning problems with rational numbers, Number and Computation real-world 10156 MATH G8 KS BBASIC Academic Warning Number and Computation multiplication and division of numbers betwe 10157 MATH G8 KS BBASIC Academic Warning of real numbers Number and Computation subsets 10155 MATH G8 KS BBASIC Academic Warning Number and Computation The student seldom uses problem-solving te 10332 MATH HS KS Algebra ADV2 Exemplary application of linear equations and inequaliti 10333 MATH HS KS Algebra ADV2 Exemplary changes in slope and constant of linear equa 10334 MATH HS KS Algebra ADV2 Exemplary real-world meaning of slope and points on/o 10331 MATH HS KS Algebra ADV2 Exemplary systems of equations 10330 MATH HS KS Algebra ADV2 Exemplary The exemplary student effectively uses mult 10315 MATH HS KS Algebra ADV1 real-world meaning of slope and points on/o Exceeds Standard 10312 MATH HS KS Algebra ADV1 systems Exceeds Standard of equations 10313 MATH HS KS Algebra ADV1 application of linear equations and inequaliti Exceeds Standard 10314 MATH HS KS Algebra ADV1 changes Exceeds Standard in slope and constant of linear equa 10311 MATH HS KS Algebra ADV1 The advanced student effectively uses multip Exceeds Standard 10296 MATH HS KS Algebra PROF real-world meaning of slope and points on/o Meets Standard 10293 MATH HS KS Algebra PROF systems of equations Meets Standard 10294 MATH HS KS Algebra PROF application of linear equations and inequaliti Meets Standard 10295 MATH HS KS Algebra PROF changes in slope and constant of linear equa Meets Standard 10292 MATH HS KS Algebra PROF The Meets Standardproficient student uses some problem-so 10274 MATH HS KS Algebra BASIC Standard Approachessystems of equations 10275 MATH HS KS Algebra BASIC Standard Approachesapplication of linear equations and inequaliti 10276 MATH HS KS Algebra BASIC Standard Approacheschanges in slope and constant of linear equa 10277 MATH HS KS Algebra BASIC Standard Approachesreal-world meaning of slope and points on/o 10273 MATH HS KS Algebra BASIC Standard ApproachesThe basic student inconsistently uses problem 10255 MATH HS KS Algebra BBASIC systems Academic Warning of equations 10256 MATH HS KS Algebra BBASIC application of linear equations and inequaliti Academic Warning 10257 MATH HS KS Algebra BBASIC changes Academic Warning in slope and constant of linear equa 10258 MATH HS KS Algebra BBASIC real-world Academic Warning meaning of slope and points on/o 10254 MATH HS KS Algebra BBASIC The unsatisfactory student seldom uses prob Academic Warning 10341 MATH HS KS Data ADV2 Exemplary probability and odds 10342 MATH HS KS Data ADV2 Exemplary effect of outliers 10343 MATH HS KS Data ADV2 Exemplary line of best fit 10344 MATH HS KS Data ADV2 Exemplary data analysis from a data display 10340 MATH HS KS Data ADV2 Exemplary The exemplary student effectively uses mult 10322 MATH HS KS Data ADV1 probability and odds Exceeds Standard 10321 MATH HS KS Data ADV1 The advanced student effectively uses multip Exceeds Standard 10323 MATH HS KS Data ADV1 effect Exceeds Standard of outliers 10324 MATH HS KS Data ADV1 line of Exceeds Standard best fit 10325 MATH HS KS Data ADV1 data analysis from a data display Exceeds Standard 10303 MATH HS KS Data PROF probability and odds Meets Standard 10304 MATH HS KS Data PROF effect Meets Standard of outliers 10305 MATH HS KS Data PROF line Meets Standardof best fit 10306 MATH HS KS Data PROF data Meets Standard analysis from a data display 10302 MATH HS KS Data PROF The Meets Standardproficient student uses some problem-so 10287 MATH HS KS Data BASIC Standard Approachesdata analysis from a data display 10284 MATH HS KS Data BASIC Standard Approachesprobability and odds 10285 MATH HS KS Data BASIC Standard Approacheseffect of outliers 10286 MATH HS KS Data BASIC Standard Approachesline of best fit 10283 MATH HS KS Data BASIC Standard ApproachesThe basic student inconsistently uses problem 10266 MATH HS KS Data BBASIC effect of Academic Warning outliers 10267 MATH HS KS Data BBASIC line of best fit Academic Warning 10268 MATH HS KS Data BBASIC data analysis from a data display Academic Warning 10265 MATH HS KS Data BBASIC probability and odds Academic Warning 10264 MATH HS KS Data BBASIC The unsatisfactory student seldom uses prob Academic Warning 10339 MATH HS KS Geometry ADV2 Exemplary slope/y-intercept form of a line 10337 MATH HS KS Geometry ADV2 Exemplary effect of transformations on perimeter, area 10338 MATH HS KS Geometry ADV2 Exemplary slopes of parallel and perpendicular lines 10336 MATH HS KS Geometry ADV2 Exemplary application of Pythagorean Theorem 10335 MATH HS KS Geometry ADV2 Exemplary The exemplary student effectively uses mult 10317 MATH HS KS Geometry ADV1 application of Pythagorean Theorem Exceeds Standard 10318 MATH HS KS Geometry ADV1 effect Exceeds Standard of transformations on perimeter, area 10319 MATH HS KS Geometry ADV1 slopes Exceeds Standard of parallel and perpendicular lines 10320 MATH HS KS Geometry ADV1 slope/y-intercept form of a line Exceeds Standard 10316 MATH HS KS Geometry ADV1 The advanced student effectively uses multip Exceeds Standard 10301 MATH HS KS Geometry PROF slope/y-intercept form of a line Meets Standard 10298 MATH HS KS Geometry PROF application of Pythagorean Theorem Meets Standard 10299 MATH HS KS Geometry PROF effect Meets Standard of transformations on perimeter, area 10300 MATH HS KS Geometry PROF slopes Meets Standard of parallel and perpendicular lines 10297 MATH HS KS Geometry PROF The Meets Standardproficient student uses some problem-so 10279 MATH HS KS Geometry BASIC Standard Approachesapplication of Pythagorean Theorem 10280 MATH HS KS Geometry BASIC Standard Approacheseffect of transformations on perimeter, area 10281 MATH HS KS Geometry BASIC Standard Approachesslopes of parallel and perpendicular lines 10282 MATH HS KS Geometry BASIC Standard Approachesslope/y-intercept form of a line 10278 MATH HS KS Geometry BASIC Standard ApproachesThe basic student inconsistently uses problem 10260 MATH HS KS Geometry BBASIC application of Pythagorean Theorem Academic Warning 10261 MATH HS KS Geometry BBASIC effect of Academic Warning transformations on perimeter, area 10262 MATH HS KS Geometry BBASIC slopes Academic Warningof parallel and perpendicular lines 10263 MATH HS KS Geometry BBASIC slope/y-intercept form of a line Academic Warning 10259 MATH HS KS Geometry BBASIC The unsatisfactory student seldom uses prob Academic Warning 10327 MATH HS KS ADV2 Exemplary properties of real numbers Number and Computation 10328 MATH HS KS ADV2 Exemplary estimate adjustment Number and Computation 10329 MATH HS KS ADV2 Exemplary real-world formulas, volume and surface are Number and Computation 10326 MATH HS KS ADV2 Exemplary The exemplary student effectively uses mult Number and Computation 10308 MATH HS KS ADV1 Exceeds Standard Number and Computation properties of real numbers 10309 MATH HS KS ADV1 Exceeds Standard adjustment Number and Computation estimate 10310 MATH HS KS ADV1 Exceeds Standard Number and Computation real-world formulas, volume and surface are 10307 MATH HS KS ADV1 Exceeds Standard Number and Computation The advanced student effectively uses multip 10289 MATH HS KS PROF Meets Standard Number and Computation properties of real numbers 10290 MATH HS KS PROF Meets Standard Number and Computation estimate adjustment 10291 MATH HS KS PROF Meets Standard Number and Computation real-world formulas, volume and surface are 10288 MATH HS KS PROF Meets Standardproficient student uses some problem-so Number and Computation The 10270 MATH HS KS BASIC Approachesproperties of real numbers Number and Computation Standard 10271 MATH HS KS BASIC Approachesestimate adjustment Number and Computation Standard 10272 MATH HS KS BASIC Approachesreal-world formulas, volume and surface are Number and Computation Standard 10269 MATH HS KS BASIC ApproachesThe basic student inconsistently uses problem Number and Computation Standard 10252 MATH HS KS BBASIC Academic Warning adjustment Number and Computation estimate 10253 MATH HS KS BBASIC Academic Warning formulas, volume and surface are Number and Computation real-world 10251 MATH HS KS BBASIC Academic Warning of real numbers Number and Computation properties 10250 MATH HS KS BBASIC Academic Warning Number and Computation The unsatisfactory student seldom uses prob 2182 READING G4 LA ADV1 Advanced Create an effective and elaborated response 2183 READING G4 LA ADV1 Advanced Express analytical, critical, and/or creative th 2184 READING G4 LA ADV1 Advanced Have unity of form and content in response t 2185 READING G4 LA ADV1 Advanced Demonstrate awareness of the intended aud 2186 READING G4 LA ADV1 Advanced Use effective organization appropriate to the 2187 READING G4 LA ADV1 Advanced Show proficient use of transitional elements 2188 READING G4 LA ADV1 Advanced Elaborate and enhance the central idea with 2189 READING G4 LA ADV1 Advanced Use language appropriate to the task and int 2190 READING G4 LA ADV1 Advanced Enhance meaning through control of spelling 2191 READING G4 LA PROF Mastery Create an effective response to the task in fo 2192 READING G4 LA PROF Mastery Demonstrate an awareness of the intended a 2193 READING G4 LA PROF Mastery Use effective organization appropriate to the 2194 READING G4 LA PROF Mastery Use sufficient elaboration to clarify and enha 2195 READING G4 LA PROF Mastery Use language appropriate to the task and int 2196 READING G4 LA PROF Mastery Have few errors in spelling, grammar, punctu 2197 READING G4 LA BASIC Basic Demonstrate appropriate response to the ta 2198 READING G4 LA BASIC Basic Use some supportive details 2199 READING G4 LA BASIC Basic Demonstrate organization appropriate to the 2200 READING G4 LA BASIC Basic Demonstrate sufficient command of spelling 2201 READING G4 LA BBASIC Demonstrate a partial response to the task in Approaching Basic 2202 READING G4 LA BBASIC Use few Approaching Basic supportive details 2203 READING G4 LA BBASIC Demonstrate some evidence of organization Approaching Basic 2204 READING G4 LA BBASIC Demonstrate some command of spelling, gra Approaching Basic 2205 READING G4 LA FBBASIC Has Unsatisfactory not demonstrated the fundamental know 2452 READING G8 LA ADV1 Advanced Describe the more abstract themes and idea 2453 READING G8 LA ADV1 Advanced Analyze both meaning and form and support 2454 READING G8 LA ADV1 Advanced Extend text information by relating it to thei 2455 READING G8 LA ADV1 Advanced Select and evaluate a variety of information 2456 READING G8 LA PROF Mastery Show an overall understanding of the text, in 2457 READING G8 LA PROF Mastery Extend the ideas in the text by making clear 2458 READING G8 LA PROF Mastery Analyze some of the devices authors use in c 2459 READING G8 LA PROF Mastery Select and analyze a variety of information fr 2460 READING G8 LA BASIC Basic Demonstrate a literal understanding of what 2461 READING G8 LA BASIC Basic Recognize and relate interpretations and con 2462 READING G8 LA BASIC Basic Select and use a variety of information from 2463 READING G8 LA BBASIC Demonstrate a partial understanding of wha Approaching Basic 2464 READING G8 LA BBASIC Make few extensions of ideas in text Approaching Basic 2465 READING G8 LA BBASIC Make limited connections from text to perso Approaching Basic 2466 READING G8 LA BBASIC Recognize a variety of information sources Approaching Basic 2467 READING G8 LA FBBASIC A student at this level has not demonstrated Unsatisfactory 2698 READING HS LA ADV1 Advanced Describe more abstract themes and ideas in 2699 READING HS LA ADV1 Advanced Analyze different genres for meaning and for 2700 READING HS LA ADV1 Advanced Extend the information from the text by rela 2701 READING HS LA ADV1 Advanced Select and evaluate a variety of information 2702 READING HS LA PROF Mastery Show an overall understanding of text that in 2703 READING HS LA PROF Mastery Extend the ideas of the text in different genr 2704 READING HS LA PROF Mastery Analyze the authorâ€™s use of literary devic 2705 READING HS LA PROF Mastery Select and analyze a variety of information fr 2706 READING HS LA BASIC Basic Demonstrate an overall understanding and m 2707 READING HS LA BASIC Basic Identify aspects of text in different genres an 2708 READING HS LA BASIC Basic Extend ideas in the text by making simple inf 2709 READING HS LA BASIC Basic Identify elements of an authorâ€™s style 2710 READING HS LA BASIC Basic Select and use a variety of information from 2711 READING HS LA BBASIC Demonstrate a partial understanding of text Approaching Basic 2712 READING HS LA BBASIC Identify Approaching Basic some aspects of text for meaning 2713 READING HS LA BBASIC Make simple or broad connections to person Approaching Basic 2714 READING HS LA BBASIC Recognize a variety of information sources Approaching Basic 2715 READING HS LA BBASIC A student Approaching Basic at this level has not demonstrated 96 MATH G4 LA ADV1 General Math Advanced Fourth grade students performing at the adv 97 MATH G4 LA ADV1 General Math Advanced They readily see multiple solutions/strategie 98 MATH G4 LA ADV1 General Math Advanced Fourth grade students performing at this lev 99 MATH G4 LA ADV1 General Math Advanced Solve complex and non-routine real-world pr 100 MATH G4 LA ADV1 General Math Advanced Display mastery in the use of four-function c 101 MATH G4 LA ADV1 General Math Advanced Draw logical conclusions and justify answers 102 MATH G4 LA ADV1 General Math Advanced Go beyond the obvious in their interpretatio 103 MATH G4 LA ADV1 General Math Advanced Are able to communicate their thoughts clea 104 MATH G4 LA PROF General Math Mastery Fourth grade students performing at the ma 105 MATH G4 LA PROF General Math Mastery Fourth grade students performing at this lev 106 MATH G4 LA PROF General Math Mastery Have a conceptual understanding of fraction 107 MATH G4 LA PROF General Math Mastery Are able to solve real world problems in all t 108 MATH G4 LA PROF General Math Mastery Accurately use four-function calculators, rule 109 MATH G4 LA PROF General Math Mastery Employ problem-solving strategies such as id 110 MATH G4 LA PROF General Math Mastery Organize and present written solutions both 111 MATH G4 LA BASIC General Math Basic Fourth grade students performing at the bas 112 MATH G4 LA BASIC General Math Basic Fourth grade students performing at this lev 113 MATH G4 LA BASIC General Math Basic Show some understanding of fractions, decim 114 MATH G4 LA BASIC General Math Basic Solve some simple real-world problems in al 115 MATH G4 LA BASIC General Math Basic Useâ€”with some degree of accuracyâ€”four 116 MATH G4 LA BASIC General Math Basic Provide written responses that are often min 117 MATH G4 LA BBASIC General Math Fourth Approaching Basic grade students performing at the app 118 MATH G4 LA BBASIC General Math Fourth Approaching Basic grade students performing at this lev 119 MATH G4 LA BBASIC General Math Use basic Approaching Basic facts to perform simple computati 120 MATH G4 LA BBASIC General Math Recognize fractions, decimals, and percents Approaching Basic 121 MATH G4 LA BBASIC General Math Exhibit Approaching Basic difficulty applying conceptual knowle 122 MATH G4 LA BBASIC General Math Useâ€”with some degree of accuracyâ€”four Approaching Basic 123 MATH G4 LA BBASIC General Math Provide Approaching Basic minimal or non-existent written resp 124 MATH G4 LA FBBASIC General Math A student at this level has not demonstrated Unsatisfactory 757 MATH G8 LA ADV1 General Math Advanced Eighth grade students performing at the adv 758 MATH G8 LA ADV1 General Math Advanced Eighth grade students performing at this leve 759 MATH G8 LA ADV1 General Math Advanced Probe examples and counterexamples in ord 760 MATH G8 LA ADV1 General Math Advanced Use number sense and geometric awareness 761 MATH G8 LA ADV1 General Math Advanced Use abstract thinking to create unique and/o 762 MATH G8 LA ADV1 General Math Advanced Explain the reasoning processes underlying t 763 MATH G8 LA PROF General Math Mastery Eighth grade students performing at the mas 764 MATH G8 LA PROF General Math Mastery Eighth grade students performing at this leve 765 MATH G8 LA PROF General Math Mastery Can conjecture and defend their ideas, and g 766 MATH G8 LA PROF General Math Mastery Understand the connections between fractio 767 MATH G8 LA PROF General Math Mastery Have a thorough understanding of basic-leve 768 MATH G8 LA PROF General Math Mastery Are familiar with quantity and spatial relatio 769 MATH G8 LA PROF General Math Mastery Convey underlying reasoning skills beyond th 770 MATH G8 LA PROF General Math Mastery Compare and contrast mathematical ideas a 771 MATH G8 LA PROF General Math Mastery Make inferences from data and graphs 772 MATH G8 LA PROF General Math Mastery Apply properties of informal geometry 773 MATH G8 LA PROF General Math Mastery accurately use the tools of technology 774 MATH G8 LA PROF General Math Mastery Understand the process of gathering and org 775 MATH G8 LA BASIC General Math Basic Eighth grade students performing at the basi 776 MATH G8 LA BASIC General Math Basic This level of performance signifies an unders 777 MATH G8 LA BASIC General Math Basic Eighth grade students performing at this leve 778 MATH G8 LA BASIC General Math Basic Complete problems correctly with the help o 779 MATH G8 LA BASIC General Math Basic Solve routine, real-world problems through t 780 MATH G8 LA BASIC General Math Basic Use fundamental algebraic and informal geo 781 MATH G8 LA BASIC General Math Basic Determine which of available data are neces 782 MATH G8 LA BASIC General Math Basic Show limited skill in communicating mathem 783 MATH G8 LA BBASIC General Math Eighth Approaching Basic grade students performing at the app 784 MATH G8 LA BBASIC General Math Eighth Approaching Basic grade students performing at this leve 785 MATH G8 LA BBASIC General Math Complete Approaching Basic problems correctly with the help o 786 MATH G8 LA BBASIC General Math Solve one-step problems involving basic com Approaching Basic 787 MATH G8 LA BBASIC General Math Recognize basic geometric figures Approaching Basic 788 MATH G8 LA BBASIC General Math See simple, obvious patterns Approaching Basic 789 MATH G8 LA BBASIC General Math Are able Approaching Basic to use the tools of technology 790 MATH G8 LA BBASIC General Math Inconsistently apply conceptual knowledge Approaching Basic 791 MATH G8 LA BBASIC General Math Have difficulty transferring knowledge and sk Approaching Basic 792 MATH G8 LA FBBASIC General Math A student at this level has not demonstrated Unsatisfactory 1559 MATH HS LA ADV1 General Math Advanced Tenth grade students performing at the adva 1560 MATH HS LA ADV1 General Math Advanced Tenth grade students performing at this leve 1561 MATH HS LA ADV1 General Math Advanced Understand the function concept and are ab 1562 MATH HS LA ADV1 General Math Advanced Apply their knowledge of algebra, geometry, 1563 MATH HS LA ADV1 General Math Advanced Formulate generalizations and create model 1564 MATH HS LA ADV1 General Math Advanced Communicate their mathematical reasoning 1565 MATH HS LA ADV1 General Math Advanced Correct use of mathematical symbolism and 1566 MATH HS LA PROF General Math Mastery Tenth grade students performing at the mas 1567 MATH HS LA PROF General Math Mastery Tenth grade students performing at this leve 1568 MATH HS LA PROF General Math Mastery Demonstrate an understanding of algebraic, 1569 MATH HS LA PROF General Math Mastery Simplify algebraic expressions; justify geome 1570 MATH HS LA PROF General Math Mastery Analyze and interpret data in various forms 1571 MATH HS LA PROF General Math Mastery Understand and use elements of the linear fu 1572 MATH HS LA PROF General Math Mastery Make conjectures, defend ideas, and give su 1573 MATH HS LA BASIC General Math Basic Tenth grade students performing at the basi 1574 MATH HS LA BASIC General Math Basic Tenth grade students performing at this leve 1575 MATH HS LA BASIC General Math Basic Use estimation to verify solutions and determ 1576 MATH HS LA BASIC General Math Basic as applied to routine real-world problems 1577 MATH HS LA BASIC General Math Basic Use algebraic and geometric reasoning strate 1578 MATH HS LA BASIC General Math Basic Recognize relationships presented in verbal, 1579 MATH HS LA BASIC General Math Basic Apply statistical reasoning in the organizatio 1580 MATH HS LA BASIC General Math Basic Generalize from patterns and examples in th 1581 MATH HS LA BASIC General Math Basic Use correct mathematical language and sym 1582 MATH HS LA BASIC General Math Basic Use calculators appropriately to solve proble 1583 MATH HS LA BBASIC General Math Tenth Approaching Basicgrade students performing at the appr 1584 MATH HS LA BBASIC General Math Tenth Approaching Basicgrade students performing at this leve 1585 MATH HS LA BBASIC General Math Use estimation and measurement to verify s Approaching Basic 1586 MATH HS LA BBASIC General Math Show limited use of fundamental algebraic, g Approaching Basic 1587 MATH HS LA BBASIC General Math Interpret Approaching Basic data presented in various forms 1588 MATH HS LA BBASIC General Math Show limited skills in communicating mathem Approaching Basic 1589 MATH HS LA BBASIC General Math Are inconsistent in the application of concep Approaching Basic 1590 MATH HS LA FBBASIC General Math A student at this level has not demonstrated Unsatisfactory 11008 SCIENCE G4 LA ADV1 General Science use/apply concepts about properties of Earth 11009 SCIENCE G4 LA ADV1 General Science use/apply concepts about interrelationships 11007 SCIENCE G4 LA ADV1 General Science use/apply concepts about characteristics, life 11005 SCIENCE G4 LA ADV1 General Science develop, elaborate, and modify predictions, 11006 SCIENCE G4 LA ADV1 General Science use/apply concepts about properties of obje 11000 SCIENCE G4 LA ADV1 General Science Students scoring at this level generally exhib 11001 SCIENCE G4 LA ADV1 General Science design and carry out scientific investigations 11002 SCIENCE G4 LA ADV1 General Science formulate appropriate questions that demon 11003 SCIENCE G4 LA ADV1 General Science interpret relationships and make inferences 11004 SCIENCE G4 LA ADV1 General Science organize data in graphic form, evaluate valid 10999 SCIENCE G4 LA ADV1 General Science Fourth grade students performing at the Adv 11018 SCIENCE G4 LA PROF General Science Mastery explain and connect concepts about propert 11019 SCIENCE G4 LA PROF General Science Mastery explain and connect concepts about the inte 11015 SCIENCE G4 LA PROF General Science Mastery organize data in a graphic form, draw conclu 11016 SCIENCE G4 LA PROF General Science Mastery explain and connect concepts about propert 11017 SCIENCE G4 LA PROF General Science Mastery explain and connect concepts about characte 11013 SCIENCE G4 LA PROF General Science Mastery formulate appropriate questions demonstrat 11014 SCIENCE G4 LA PROF General Science Mastery identify relationships based on data and app 11010 SCIENCE G4 LA PROF General Science Mastery Fourth grade students performing at the Ma 11011 SCIENCE G4 LA PROF General Science Mastery Students scoring at this level generally exhib 11012 SCIENCE G4 LA PROF General Science Mastery design and carry out scientific investigations 11027 SCIENCE G4 LA BASIC General Science demonstrate knowledge/understanding abo 11028 SCIENCE G4 LA BASIC General Science demonstrate knowledge/understanding abo 11026 SCIENCE G4 LA BASIC General Science demonstrate basic knowledge/understandin 11023 SCIENCE G4 LA BASIC General Science recognize questions that are appropriate to i 11024 SCIENCE G4 LA BASIC General Science organize and present data in a graphic form 11025 SCIENCE G4 LA BASIC General Science demonstrate basic knowledge/understandin 11021 SCIENCE G4 LA BASIC General Science Students scoring at this level generally exhib 11022 SCIENCE G4 LA BASIC General Science perform simple scientific tasks when given cl 11020 SCIENCE G4 LA BASIC General Science Fourth grade students performing at the Bas 11037 SCIENCE G4 LA BBASIC General Science exhibit Approaching Basic partial understanding of basic compo 11036 SCIENCE G4 LA BBASIC General Science exhibit Approaching Basic partial understanding of basic concep 11035 SCIENCE G4 LA BBASIC General Science exhibit Approaching Basic partial understanding of characteristi 11031 SCIENCE G4 LA BBASIC General Science perform Approaching Basic portions of simple scientific tasks w 11033 SCIENCE G4 LA BBASIC General Science respond Approaching Basic to simple directed questions; 11034 SCIENCE G4 LA BBASIC General Science exhibit Approaching Basic partial understanding of properties o 11032 SCIENCE G4 LA BBASIC General Science read/interpret some data in a graphic form; Approaching Basic 11030 SCIENCE G4 LA BBASIC General Science Students Approaching Basic scoring at this level generally exhib 11029 SCIENCE G4 LA BBASIC General Science Fourth Approaching Basic grade students performing at the App 11046 SCIENCE G4 LA FBBASIC General Science exhibit partial understanding of basic compo Unsatisfactory 11045 SCIENCE G4 LA FBBASIC General Science exhibit partial understanding of basic concep Unsatisfactory 11041 SCIENCE G4 LA FBBASIC General Science read/interpret some data in a graphic form; Unsatisfactory 11042 SCIENCE G4 LA FBBASIC General Science respond to simple directed questions; Unsatisfactory 11043 SCIENCE G4 LA FBBASIC General Science exhibit partial understanding of properties o Unsatisfactory 11044 SCIENCE G4 LA FBBASIC General Science exhibit partial understanding of characteristi Unsatisfactory 11040 SCIENCE G4 LA FBBASIC General Science perform portions of simple scientific tasks w Unsatisfactory 11039 SCIENCE G4 LA FBBASIC General Science Students at this level generally have not exhi Unsatisfactory 11038 SCIENCE G4 LA FBBASIC General Science Students scoring at this level have not demo Unsatisfactory 11057 SCIENCE G8 LA ADV1 General Science relating several variables to explain phenom 11058 SCIENCE G8 LA ADV1 General Science developing descriptions, explanations, and a 11054 SCIENCE G8 LA ADV1 General Science asking appropriate questions and identifying 11055 SCIENCE G8 LA ADV1 General Science manipulating variables; 11056 SCIENCE G8 LA ADV1 General Science using mathematics and appropriate tools to 11052 SCIENCE G8 LA ADV1 General Science demonstrate an understanding of the nature 11050 SCIENCE G8 LA ADV1 General Science describe many elements of a system and exp 11053 SCIENCE G8 LA ADV1 General Science When given a problem, students at this level 11051 SCIENCE G8 LA ADV1 General Science design complex models; and 11048 SCIENCE G8 LA ADV1 General Science Students scoring at this level generally exhib 11049 SCIENCE G8 LA ADV1 General Science use abstract concepts/theories to explain ev 11047 SCIENCE G8 LA ADV1 General Science Eighth grade students performing at the Adv 11067 SCIENCE G8 LA PROF General Science Mastery use mathematics and appropriate tools to de 11068 SCIENCE G8 LA PROF General Science Mastery draw conclusions from data. 11064 SCIENCE G8 LA PROF General Science Mastery recognize various limits of science and its cha 11065 SCIENCE G8 LA PROF General Science Mastery When given a problem, students at this level 11066 SCIENCE G8 LA PROF General Science Mastery use a simple investigation, design an experim 11061 SCIENCE G8 LA PROF General Science Mastery understand complex concepts/theories and 11062 SCIENCE G8 LA PROF General Science Mastery demonstrate an understanding of elements o 11063 SCIENCE G8 LA PROF General Science Mastery demonstrate understanding of models and d 11059 SCIENCE G8 LA PROF General Science Mastery Eighth grade students performing at the Mas 11060 SCIENCE G8 LA PROF General Science Mastery Students scoring at this level generally exhib 11079 SCIENCE G8 LA BASIC General Science interpret basic data and communicate a conc 11077 SCIENCE G8 LA BASIC General Science design a simple investigation by asking appro 11078 SCIENCE G8 LA BASIC General Science identify the important variables and select a 11075 SCIENCE G8 LA BASIC General Science show an awareness that science is subject to 11076 SCIENCE G8 LA BASIC General Science When given a problem, students at this level 11073 SCIENCE G8 LA BASIC General Science identify a simple model; 11074 SCIENCE G8 LA BASIC General Science begin to understand the nature of science; a 11072 SCIENCE G8 LA BASIC General Science identify elements of a system and state one 11071 SCIENCE G8 LA BASIC General Science possess a fundamental knowledge of some t 11070 SCIENCE G8 LA BASIC General Science Students scoring at this level generally exhib 11069 SCIENCE G8 LA BASIC General Science Eighth grade students performing at the Basi 11088 SCIENCE G8 LA BBASIC General Science seek and Approaching Basic identify basic scientific data and co 11085 SCIENCE G8 LA BBASIC General Science When Approaching Basicgiven an investigation, students at this 11086 SCIENCE G8 LA BBASIC General Science answer Approaching Basic specific scientific questions; 11087 SCIENCE G8 LA BBASIC General Science identify Approaching Basic at least one variable in an experimen 11083 SCIENCE G8 LA BBASIC General Science identify Approaching Basic elements of a simple model; and 11084 SCIENCE G8 LA BBASIC General Science show some awareness that science is develo Approaching Basic 11080 SCIENCE G8 LA BBASIC General Science Eighth Approaching Basic grade students performing at the App 11082 SCIENCE G8 LA BBASIC General Science identify Approaching Basic related elements of a system; 11081 SCIENCE G8 LA BBASIC General Science Students Approaching Basic scoring at this level generally exhib 11097 SCIENCE G8 LA FBBASIC General Science seek Unsatisfactory and identify basic scientific data and co 11095 SCIENCE G8 LA FBBASIC General Science answer specific scientific questions; Unsatisfactory 11096 SCIENCE G8 LA FBBASIC General Science identify at least one variable in an experimen Unsatisfactory 11092 SCIENCE G8 LA FBBASIC General Science identify elements of a simple model; and Unsatisfactory 11093 SCIENCE G8 LA FBBASIC General Science show Unsatisfactory some awareness that science is develo 11094 SCIENCE G8 LA FBBASIC General Science When Unsatisfactory given an investigation, students at this 11091 SCIENCE G8 LA FBBASIC General Science identify related elements of a system; Unsatisfactory 11089 SCIENCE G8 LA FBBASIC General Science Students scoring at this level have not demo Unsatisfactory 11090 SCIENCE G8 LA FBBASIC General Science Students at this level generally have not exhi Unsatisfactory 11107 SCIENCE HS LA ADV1 General Science Gr 11 With inquiry as the core, students at the Adv 11104 SCIENCE HS LA ADV1 General Science Gr 11 engage in self assessment, discard unnecessa 11105 SCIENCE HS LA ADV1 General Science Gr 11 locate needed information in primary or seco 11106 SCIENCE HS LA ADV1 General Science Gr 11 communicate their ideas by interpolating, ex 11103 SCIENCE HS LA ADV1 General Science Gr 11 provide a scientifically valid interpretation of 11102 SCIENCE HS LA ADV1 General Science Gr 11 collect the relevant quantitative and qualitat 11101 SCIENCE HS LA ADV1 General Science Gr 11 formulate scientific questions, compare expe 11099 SCIENCE HS LA ADV1 General Science Gr 11 Students scoring at this level generally exhib 11100 SCIENCE HS LA ADV1 General Science Gr 11 have a qualitative and quantitative grasp of s 11098 SCIENCE HS LA ADV1 General Science Gr 11 Eleventh grade students performing at the A 11116 SCIENCE HS LA PROF General Science With Gr 11 - Mastery inquiry as the core, students at the Ma 11115 SCIENCE HS LA PROF General Science apply Gr 11 - Mastery those principles to human activities. 11113 SCIENCE HS LA PROF General Science manipulate data through various mathemati Gr 11 - Mastery 11114 SCIENCE HS LA PROF General Science integrate several abstract facts in order to un Gr 11 - Mastery 11112 SCIENCE HS LA PROF General Science identify more than one way to solve a given Gr 11 - Mastery 11110 SCIENCE HS LA PROF General Science grasp Gr 11 - Mastery scientific principles on both a qualitativ 11111 SCIENCE HS LA PROF General Science understand that scientific knowledge is tenta Gr 11 - Mastery 11109 SCIENCE HS LA PROF General Science Students scoring at this level generally exhib Gr 11 - Mastery 11108 SCIENCE HS LA PROF General Science Eleventh grade students performing at the M Gr 11 - Mastery 11124 SCIENCE HS LA BASIC General Science Gr 11 apply scientific principles to their everyday li 11125 SCIENCE HS LA BASIC General Science Gr 11 With inquiry as the core, students at the Bas 11121 SCIENCE HS LA BASIC General Science Gr 11 draw appropriate conclusions; 11122 SCIENCE HS LA BASIC General Science Gr 11 develop inferences from experimentation an 11123 SCIENCE HS LA BASIC General Science Gr 11 distinguish scientific principles from pseudos 11119 SCIENCE HS LA BASIC General Science Gr 11 formulate valid hypotheses; 11120 SCIENCE HS LA BASIC General Science Gr 11 design a simple experiment; 11117 SCIENCE HS LA BASIC General Science Gr 11 Eleventh grade students performing at the B 11118 SCIENCE HS LA BASIC General Science Gr 11 Students scoring at this level generally exhib 11129 SCIENCE HS LA BBASIC General Science conduct Basic Gr 11 - Approaching a simple experiment that includes: m 11130 SCIENCE HS LA BBASIC General Science These skills should be demonstrated through Gr 11 - Approaching Basic 11128 SCIENCE HS LA BBASIC General Science know and understand fundamental science f Gr 11 - Approaching Basic 11126 SCIENCE HS LA BBASIC General Science Eleventh grade Gr 11 - Approaching Basic students performing at the A 11127 SCIENCE HS LA BBASIC General Science Students scoring Gr 11 - Approaching Basic at this level generally exhib 11135 SCIENCE HS LA FBBASIC General Science These skills Gr 11 - Unsatisfactory should be demonstrated through 11134 SCIENCE HS LA FBBASIC General Science conduct a Gr 11 - Unsatisfactory simple experiment that includes: m 11132 SCIENCE HS LA FBBASIC General Science Students at Gr 11 - Unsatisfactory this level generally have not exhi 11133 SCIENCE HS LA FBBASIC General Science know and Gr 11 - Unsatisfactoryunderstand fundamental science f 11131 SCIENCE HS LA FBBASIC General Science Students scoring at this level have not demo Gr 11 - Unsatisfactory 10361 READING G4 MI Reading ADV1 Exceeded Analyzes and evaluates author's purpose and 10362 READING G4 MI Reading ADV1 Exceeded Uses context clues to determine meaning of 10359 READING G4 MI Reading ADV1 Exceeded Responds to specific cross-text task thorough 10360 READING G4 MI Reading ADV1 Exceeded Shows understanding of different genres, inc 10357 READING G4 MI Reading ADV1 Exceeded Demonstrates insightful and accurate unders 10358 READING G4 MI Reading ADV1 Exceeded Accurately explains relationships among text 10355 READING G4 MI Reading PROF Met Identifies author's purpose and use of text e 10356 READING G4 MI Reading PROF Met Uses syntax, semantic, and structural cues to 10354 READING G4 MI Reading PROF Met Demonstrates knowledge of different genres 10351 READING G4 MI Reading PROF Met Retells, summarizes, and builds inferences fr 10352 READING G4 MI Reading PROF Met Identifies and explains relationships among c 10353 READING G4 MI Reading PROF Met Effectively addresses specific cross-text task, 10345 READING G4 MI Reading BASIC Attempts to retell, summarize, and build infe 10346 READING G4 MI Reading BASIC Identifies some relationships among charact 10347 READING G4 MI Reading BASIC Makes some superficial connections within a 10348 READING G4 MI Reading BASIC Identifies some text elements and features o 10349 READING G4 MI Reading BASIC Identifies some text elements and features a 10350 READING G4 MI Reading BASIC Makes limited use of context clues to determ 10380 READING G8 MI Reading ADV1 Integrates multiple strategies to determine m Gr 7 - Exceeded 10376 READING G8 MI Reading ADV1 Accurately, insightfully, and thoroughly synth Gr 7 - Exceeded 10377 READING G8 MI Reading ADV1 Responds to specific cross-text task thorough Gr 7 - Exceeded 10379 READING G8 MI Reading ADV1 Analyzes and evaluates how authors use text Gr 7 - Exceeded 10378 READING G8 MI Reading ADV1 Analyzes purposes, text elements, and featu Gr 7 - Exceeded 10375 READING G8 MI Reading ADV1 Demonstrates insightful and accurate unders Gr 7 - Exceeded 10374 READING G8 MI Reading PROF Gr 7 - Met Determines meaning of some unfamiliar wor 10371 READING G8 MI Reading PROF Gr 7 - Met Effectively addresses specific cross-text task, 10372 READING G8 MI Reading PROF Gr 7 - Met Demonstrates knowledge of different genres 10373 READING G8 MI Reading PROF Gr 7 - Met Identifies how authors use text elements and 10369 READING G8 MI Reading PROF Gr 7 - Met Builds inferences, summarizes, and applies k 10370 READING G8 MI Reading PROF Gr 7 - Met Connects relationships, themes, perspective 10368 READING G8 MI Reading BASIC Gr 7 Attempts to determine meaning of unfamilia 10364 READING G8 MI Reading BASIC Gr 7 Identifies some relationships among charact 10365 READING G8 MI Reading BASIC Gr 7 Makes some superficial connections within a 10366 READING G8 MI Reading BASIC Gr 7 Identifies some text elements and features o 10367 READING G8 MI Reading BASIC Gr 7 Identifies some text elements and features a 10363 READING G8 MI Reading BASIC Gr 7 Attempts to retell, summarize, and build infe 10382 READING HS MI ADV1 Gr11 - Performance Level 1 English Language Arts: Reading With instructional support, the student shou 10381 READING HS MI ADV1 Gr11 - Performance Level 1 English Language Arts: Reading Comprehended complex narrative and inform 10386 READING HS MI PROF Gr11 - Performance Level 2 English Language Arts: Reading With instructional support, the student shou 10385 READING HS MI PROF Gr11 - Performance Level 2 English Language Arts: Reading Comprehended more challenging narrative a 10390 READING HS MI BASIC Gr11 - Performance Level 3 English Language Arts: Reading Comprehended uncomplicated narrative and 10389 READING HS MI BASIC Gr11 - Performance assistance to improve achievement English Language Arts: Reading Requires Level 3 10393 READING HS MI BBASIC Gr11 - Performance intensive English Language Arts: Reading Requires Level 4 intervention and support 10394 READING HS MI BBASIC Gr11 - Performance Level 4 English Language Arts: Reading The student did not demonstrate 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Exceeds Level 136 MATH G4 MI ADV1 General Math Correct solution with clear explanation/ supp Exceeds Level 137 MATH G4 MI ADV1 General Math Extends, generates beyond the obvious Exceeds Level 138 MATH G4 MI ADV1 General Math Explains completely with mathematical voca Exceeds Level 139 MATH G4 MI ADV1 General Math Can Exceeds Level write an explanation to justify their strat 140 MATH G4 MI ADV1 General Math solve Exceeds Level problems 141 MATH G4 MI ADV1 General Math Generalizing from examples, extending exam Exceeds Level 142 MATH G4 MI ADV1 General Math Can Exceeds Level produce own examples and counterexam 143 MATH G4 MI ADV1 General Math Can Exceeds Level create many types of problems 144 MATH G4 MI ADV1 General Math Able Exceeds Level to synthesize (includes creative exampl 145 MATH G4 MI PROF General Math Met Level Students who scored at the â€œMetâ€• level 146 MATH G4 MI PROF General Math Met Level Such evidence was exhibited by, but was not 147 MATH G4 MI PROF General Math Met Level Applying basic concepts, algorithms, propert 148 MATH G4 MI PROF General Math Met Level Basic computation, procedures, properties, e 149 MATH G4 MI PROF General Math Met Level Adequate number sense (can skip count, cou 150 MATH G4 MI PROF General Math Met Level Understands inverse operations (+, ?) 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than one step solution 163 MATH G4 MI PROF General Math Met Level Supports solution; demonstrates conceptual 164 MATH G4 MI PROF General Math Met Level Can write an explanation and show processe 165 MATH G4 MI PROF General Math Met Level Generating examples and counter examples 166 MATH G4 MI PROF General Math Met Level Can write own problems (one-step) 167 MATH G4 MI PROF General Math Met Level Able to analyze- includes limited counting ex 168 MATH G4 MI PROF General Math Met Level Analyze mathematical info to make a connec 169 MATH G4 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Students who scored at the â€œBasicâ€• leve 170 MATH G4 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Such evidence was exhibited by, but was not 171 MATH G4 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Applying basic concepts, algorithms, propert 172 MATH G4 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Some number sense (not complete) 173 MATH G4 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Doesnâ€™t have basic facts memorized (hav 174 MATH G4 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Read and interpret and apply simple one-ste 175 MATH G4 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Can identify which operation strategy to use 176 MATH G4 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Know basic shapes, but not all important att 177 MATH G4 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Limited sense of equivalence using appropria 178 MATH G4 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Can find information and answer a simple qu 179 MATH G4 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Knows how to use tools; may lack fine moto 180 MATH G4 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Can write a partial explanation using at least 181 MATH G4 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Skips portions of written responses; incompl 182 MATH G4 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Lacks or minimal mathematical vocabulary R 183 MATH G4 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Lacks conceptual understanding ? rote learn 184 MATH G4 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Doesnâ€™t question examples 185 MATH G4 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Recognizes obvious math info, difficulty with 793 MATH G8 MI General Math ADV1 Students who scored at the â€œExceedsâ€• Exceeds Level l 794 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Such Exceeds Level evidence was exhibited by, but was not 795 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Applying concepts, algorithms, properties, an Exceeds Level 796 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Applies/integrates integer/rational numbers Exceeds Level 797 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Read, interpret and apply non-routine multi- Exceeds Level 798 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Reason/apply properties of shapes Exceeds Level 799 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Extend and apply complex proportional reas Exceeds Level 800 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Excellent vocabulary skills Exceeds Level 801 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Extend and analyze multi-step measurement Exceeds Level 802 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Apply and extend graphs/charts (Inference) Exceeds Level 803 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Apply data and interpretation of data to com Exceeds Level 804 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Translate freely among representations of de Exceeds Level 805 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Generalize from basic properties/attribute Exceeds Level 806 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Knows when to apply/use properties Using a Exceeds Level 807 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Applies and interprets information from tabl Exceeds Level 808 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Uses Exceeds Level tools to enhance thinking (calculator-lis 809 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Synthesize information and applies concepts Exceeds Level 810 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Translate complex algebraic expressions from Exceeds Level 811 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Analyze/interpret/infer display data Exceeds Level 812 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Initiate calculators functions on own Exceeds Level 813 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Collect and analyze data â€“ random popula Exceeds Level 814 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Select and use proper tool to solve problems Exceeds Level 815 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Technology: knowledge of scientific calculato Exceeds Level 816 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Guide others in use of graphing calculator (d Exceeds Level 817 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Justify, concise Exceeds Level 818 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math May Exceeds Level extend beyond 819 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Uses Exceeds Level vocabulary (math) spontaneously and c 820 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Can Exceeds Level make complete logical chain of reasonin 821 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Use Exceeds Level data accurately to substantiate reasonin 822 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Extends, generates beyond the obvious Exceeds Level 823 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Computations mastered with integers, fracti Exceeds Level 824 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Problem solving: identify and solve multi-ste Exceeds Level 825 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Geometry: visualize and identify basic three Exceeds Level 826 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Formula: given formula list choose formula a Exceeds Level 827 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Makes and extends mathematical connectio Exceeds Level 828 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Produce own examples and counter-example Exceeds Level 829 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Can Exceeds Level follow, write and interpret multi-step pr 830 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Evaluates appropriateness of answers to com Exceeds Level 831 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Multi-step (in a variety of ways) designs mod Exceeds Level 832 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Generalize (algebraic model) Exceeds Level 833 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Visualize beyond non-scale drawings Exceeds Level 834 MATH G8 MI ADV1 General Math Non-routine counter example Exceeds Level 835 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Students who scored at the â€œMetâ€• level 836 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Such evidence was exhibited by, but was not 837 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Applying basic concepts, algorithms, propert 838 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Basic computation integers/rational # 839 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Read, interpret and apply routine multi-step 840 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Compare/contrast properties of shapes 841 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Recognize and apply proportional reasoning 842 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Can perform multi-step measurement with s 843 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Interpret data, organize and create graphs an 844 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Technology: knowledge of scientific calculato 845 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Some introduction to graphing calculators us 846 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Interpret and apply graph/charts 847 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Analyze and display data 848 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Perform special tasks with accuracy and und 849 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Collect data â€“ random population 850 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Proficient use of tools 851 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Construct tables, charts, graphs, gives basic e 852 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Use/interpret calculator 853 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Generates one-step examples/representatio 854 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Solve multi-step routine problems 855 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Translate verbally 856 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Express simple algebraic expressions using sy 857 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Accurate measurements using rulers (in and 858 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Answers what was asked, can draw some co 859 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Minor misunderstanding 860 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Possible minor calculation errors 861 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Makes mathematical connections 862 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Can give examples and analyze 863 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Can write one-step and follow multi-step 864 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Understand math vocabulary 865 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Can make complete/informal arguments 866 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Begin using data to substantiate reasoning 867 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Computations mastered with fractions, decim 868 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level One-step ration/proportion applications 869 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Problem solving: identify and solve one-step 870 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Geometry: identify relationships between tw 871 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Formula: given list choose correct formula an 872 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Evaluate appropriateness of answer to routin 873 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Recognize equivalent representations of mo 874 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Understand/basic properties/attributes plus 875 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Can solve two-step routine problems 876 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Apply/extend 877 MATH G8 MI PROF General Math Met Level Visualize geometric representation and man 878 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Students who scored at the â€œBasicâ€• leve 879 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Such evidence was exhibited by, but was not 880 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Applying basic concepts, algorithms, propert 881 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Some understanding of integers and rational 882 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Students can read, interpret and apply one-s 883 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Knows 2-dimensional shapes and their impo 884 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Solve 1 â€“ step proportional problems and 885 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Limited understanding of fractions, percents 886 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Appropriate use of basic properties/attribute 887 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Reads, interprets, applies appropriate strate 888 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Know some important attributes of 2 and 3 d 889 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Has reasonable sense of equivalence 890 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Can use a given formula Using appropriate to 891 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Display data 892 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Collect data-limited population 893 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Use tools to recognize and interpret informa 894 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Answer simple questions 895 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Difficulty in interpreting calculator display w 896 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Can perform one-step measurement 897 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Use tools to measure with minor errors 898 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Find information using tools, table, and char 899 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Create bar and line graphs 900 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Technology: knowledge of scientific calculato 901 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Makes a response â€“ tries to complete Like 902 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level (Operations) commutation mastered with w 903 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Basic understanding of the number (order, p 904 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Problem solving: some sense of how to begin 905 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Formulas: given formula, manipulate numbe 906 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Minimal math vocabulary 907 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Reasoning shows gaps 908 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Skips portions of written response; incomple 909 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Limited ability to judge the appropriateness 910 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Recognize equivalence of benchmark fractio 911 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Problem solving: some basic one-step proble 912 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Recognize/identify patterns 913 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Difficulty in visualizing representations 914 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Difficulty making mathematics connections 915 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Difficulty with multi-step but can follow one- 916 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Recognizes routine examples 917 MATH G8 MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Identify important variables, identify/recogn 1591 MATH HS MI General Math ADV1 Students who scored at the â€œExceedsâ€• Exceeds Level l 1592 MATH HS MI ADV1 General Math Such Exceeds Level evidence was exhibited by, but was not 1593 MATH HS MI ADV1 General Math Apply concepts, algorithms, properties, and p Exceeds Level 1594 MATH HS MI ADV1 General Math Demonstrate thorough understanding of rat Exceeds Level 1595 MATH HS MI ADV1 General Math Apply fluent computation with real numbers Exceeds Level 1596 MATH HS MI ADV1 General Math Produce and explain/justify strategies to solv Exceeds Level 1597 MATH HS MI ADV1 General Math Reflect and synthesize concepts of algebra, g Exceeds Level 1598 MATH HS MI ADV1 General Math Apply independently mathematical concepts Exceeds Level 1599 MATH HS MI ADV1 General Math Use Exceeds Level models to predict, evaluate predictions a 1600 MATH HS MI ADV1 General Math Understand and use combination and permu Exceeds Level 1601 MATH HS MI ADV1 General Math Understand and use sequence and series for Exceeds Level 1602 MATH HS MI ADV1 General Math Apply knowledge of function families to gene Exceeds Level 1603 MATH HS MI ADV1 General Math Prove the generalizations of arithmetic/geom Exceeds Level 1604 MATH HS MI ADV1 General Math Design experiments to collect data Exceeds Level 1605 MATH HS MI ADV1 General 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mathematical definitions a Exceeds Level 1617 MATH HS MI ADV1 General Math Verify solutions and extend strategies to oth Exceeds Level 1618 MATH HS MI ADV1 General Math Creates methods and tools to clarify and ext Exceeds Level 1619 MATH HS MI ADV1 General Math Compare and evaluate various strategies for Exceeds Level 1620 MATH HS MI ADV1 General Math Demonstrate proficient understanding and u Exceeds Level 1621 MATH HS MI ADV1 General Math Extend patterns and examples beyond the ob Exceeds Level 1622 MATH HS MI ADV1 General Math Show ability to make connections between c Exceeds Level 1623 MATH HS MI PROF General Math Met Level Students who scored at the â€œMetâ€• level 1624 MATH HS MI PROF General Math Met Level Such evidence was exhibited by, but was not 1625 MATH HS MI PROF General Math Met Level Apply basic concepts, algorithms, properties 1626 MATH HS MI PROF General Math Met Level Demonstrate basic understanding of rationa 1627 MATH HS MI PROF General Math Met Level Set up and solve simple quadratic equations 1628 MATH HS MI PROF General Math Met Level Produce and use strategies to solve multi-ste 1629 MATH HS MI PROF General Math Met Level Apply fluent use of algebraic properties (e.g. 1630 MATH HS MI PROF General Math Met Level Apply the formula for arithmetic/geometric 1631 MATH HS MI PROF General Math Met Level Extend understanding of parent functions to 1632 MATH HS MI PROF General Math Met Level Apply and use geometric principles/propertie 1633 MATH HS MI PROF General Math Met Level Apply routine concepts of probability and co 1634 MATH HS MI PROF General Math Met Level Design simple probability simulations. Use ap 1635 MATH HS MI PROF General Math Met Level Collect, analyze, interpret and display data 1636 MATH HS MI PROF General Math Met Level Recognize the differences between statistica 1637 MATH HS MI PROF General Math Met Level Determine suitable charts and graphs for var 1638 MATH HS MI PROF General Math Met Level Analyze the spread, shape, and display of the 1639 MATH HS MI PROF General Math Met Level Critique the mathematical correctness of the 1640 MATH HS MI PROF General Math Met Level Select and apply appropriate formulas 1641 MATH HS MI PROF General Math Met Level Translate problems into mathematical repre 1642 MATH HS MI PROF General Math Met Level Understand and apply distinctions between e 1643 MATH HS MI PROF General Math Met Level Show proficient use of graphing calculators t 1644 MATH HS MI PROF General Math Met Level Generate adequate written explanations tha 1645 MATH HS MI PROF General Math Met Level Use math vocabulary to explain and support 1646 MATH HS MI PROF 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â€œBasicâ€• leve 1658 MATH HS MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Such evidence was exhibited by, but was not 1659 MATH HS MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Apply basic concepts, algorithms, properties 1660 MATH HS MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Demonstrate partial understanding of ration 1661 MATH HS MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Apply fluent computation with rational numb 1662 MATH HS MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Use familiar strategies to solve multi-step pr 1663 MATH HS MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Generalize a pattern for simple arithmetic/ge 1664 MATH HS MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Recognize algebraic properties but cannot al 1665 MATH HS MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Set up and solve simple linear equations 1666 MATH HS MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Recognize and identify the basic characterist 1667 MATH HS MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Apply and use fundamental geometric prope 1668 MATH HS MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Demonstrate a partial understanding of the p 1669 MATH HS MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Distinguish between random and nonrandom 1670 MATH HS MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Use appropriate tools (such as tables, charts 1671 MATH HS MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Create correct graphs and tables, but indicat 1672 MATH HS MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Measure accurately using tools (e.g., protrac 1673 MATH HS MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Collect and organize data from a random sam 1674 MATH HS MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Demonstrate incomplete understanding and 1675 MATH HS MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Use simple formulas correctly 1676 MATH HS MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Use tools (e.g., graphs, tables, calculators) to 1677 MATH HS MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Demonstrate limited understanding of the d 1678 MATH HS MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Show proficient use of scientific calculators a 1679 MATH HS MI BASIC General Math Basic Level Generate minimal written 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ADV1 Can design, conduct, and critique investigatio Gr 11 - Performance Level 1 11197 SCIENCE HS MI Science ADV1 They are Level 1 Gr 11 - Performance well positioned to continue their ed 11200 SCIENCE HS MI Science PROF They have an adequate basis in critical thinki Gr 11 - Performance Level 2 11199 SCIENCE HS MI Science PROF Can design and conduct scientific investigatio Gr 11 - Performance Level 2 11202 SCIENCE HS MI Science BASIC These students have some ability to design s Gr 11 - Performance Level 3 11201 SCIENCE HS MI Science BASIC Requires Level 3 Gr 11 - Performance assistance to improve achievement 11203 SCIENCE HS MI Science BBASIC Requires Level 4 Gr 11 - Performance intensive intervention and support 11204 SCIENCE HS MI Science BBASIC These students have demonstrated minimal Gr 11 - Performance Level 4 2206 READING G4 NC ADV1 Be consistently able to read and comprehend Achievement Level IV 2207 READING G4 NC ADV1 Comprehend Achievement Level IV with breadth and depth of und 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READING G8 NC PROF They consistently apply appropriate reading Achievement Level III 2476 READING G8 NC PROF Students Achievement Level IIIunderstand the authorâ€™s purpos 2477 READING G8 NC PROF Students Achievement Level IIIare able to read strategically, make 2478 READING G8 NC PROF Students Achievement Level IIIperforming at this level generally d 2479 READING G8 NC BASIC Students Achievement Level II performing at Achievement Level II 2480 READING G8 NC BASIC They exhibit Achievement Level II gaps in applying the reading stra 2481 READING G8 NC BASIC They may Achievement Level II have difficulty identifying, analyzin 2482 READING G8 NC BASIC Students Achievement Level II may make limited connections and 2483 READING G8 NC BASIC Students Achievement Level II performing at this level inconsisten 2484 READING G8 NC BBASIC Students Achievement Level I performing at Achievement Level I 2485 READING G8 NC BBASIC Students Achievement Level I lack sufficient mastery of appropria 2486 READING G8 NC BBASIC Students Achievement Level I performing at this level generally la 2716 READING HS NC ADV1 Students performing at Achievement Level IV Achievement Level IV 2717 READING HS NC ADV1 They consistently and flexibly apply appropri Achievement Level IV 2718 READING HS NC ADV1 Students consistently make inferences, gene Achievement Level IV 2719 READING HS NC ADV1 Students consistently identify, analyze, and e Achievement Level IV 2720 READING HS NC ADV1 Students demonstrate a mastery of conventi Achievement Level IV 2721 READING HS NC ADV1 Students performing at this level generally d Achievement Level IV 2722 READING HS NC PROF Students Achievement Level IIIperforming at Achievement Level II 2723 READING HS NC PROF They consistently and flexibly apply appropri Achievement Level III 2724 READING HS NC PROF Students Achievement Level IIIcan make inferences, generalization 2725 READING HS NC PROF Students Achievement Level IIIconsistently demonstrate an under 2726 READING HS NC PROF Students Achievement Level IIIperforming at this level generally d 2727 READING HS NC BASIC Students Achievement Level II performing at Achievement Level II 2728 READING HS NC BASIC Students Achievement Level II may have difficulty making connect 2729 READING HS NC BASIC They demonstrate an incomplete understand Achievement Level II 2730 READING HS NC BASIC Students Achievement Level II performing at this level inconsisten 2731 READING HS NC BBASIC Students Achievement Level I performing at Achievement Level I 2732 READING HS NC BBASIC They lack Achievement Level I sufficient mastery of appropriate r 2733 READING HS NC BBASIC Students Achievement Level I possess limited understanding of co 2734 READING HS NC BBASIC Students Achievement Level I performing at this level generally la 186 MATH G4 NC ADV1 General Math Students performing at Achievement Level IV Achievement Level IV 187 MATH G4 NC ADV1 General Math They demonstrate flexibility by using a variet Achievement Level 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NC BASIC General Math They identify, create and extend patterns, re Achievement Level II 210 MATH G4 NC BASIC General Math Fourth II Achievement Levelgraders use simple experiments to in 211 MATH G4 NC BASIC General Math Students Achievement Level II use non-numeric symbols to repres 212 MATH G4 NC BASIC General Math They apply Achievement Level II grade four concepts as well as th 213 MATH G4 NC BBASIC General Math Students Achievement Level I performing at Achievement Level I 214 MATH G4 NC BBASIC General Math They rarely Achievement Level I use problem-solving strategies 215 MATH G4 NC BBASIC General Math In grade Achievement Level I four, students add, subtract, and mu 216 MATH G4 NC BBASIC General Math They begin Achievement Level I to study rational numbers 217 MATH G4 NC BBASIC General Math Students Achievement Level I identify properties of plane figures 218 MATH G4 NC BBASIC General Math Students Achievement Level I measure length, capacity, mass, an 219 MATH G4 NC BBASIC 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They use one- and two-step linear equations Achievement Level IV 925 MATH G8 NC ADV1 General Math Students find the probability of dependent a Achievement Level IV 926 MATH G8 NC ADV1 General Math They apply Achievement Level IV grade eight concepts as well as th 927 MATH G8 NC PROF General Math Students Achievement Level IIIperforming at Achievement Level II 928 MATH G8 NC PROF General Math They use Achievement Level IIIa variety of problem-solving strateg 929 MATH G8 NC PROF General Math In grade eight, students compare, order, and Achievement Level III 930 MATH G8 NC PROF General Math Students Achievement Level IIIuse the Pythagorean Theorem and 931 MATH G8 NC PROF General Math They identify 3-D figures and calculate surfac Achievement Level III 932 MATH G8 NC PROF General Math Eighth graders graph and use measures of ce Achievement Level III 933 MATH G8 NC PROF General Math They use Achievement Level IIIone- and two-step linear equations 934 MATH G8 NC PROF General Math Students Achievement Level IIIfind the probability of dependent a 935 MATH G8 NC PROF General Math They apply Achievement Level III grade eight concepts as well as th 936 MATH G8 NC BASIC General Math Students Achievement Level II performing at Achievement Level II 937 MATH G8 NC BASIC General Math They demonstrate limited use of problem-so Achievement Level II 938 MATH G8 NC BASIC General Math In grade eight, students compare, order, and Achievement Level II 939 MATH G8 NC BASIC General Math Students Achievement Level II use the Pythagorean Theorem and 940 MATH G8 NC BASIC General Math They identify 3-D figures and calculate surfac Achievement Level II 941 MATH G8 NC BASIC General Math Eighth graders graph and use measures of ce Achievement Level II 942 MATH G8 NC BASIC General Math They use Achievement Level II one- and two-step linear equations 943 MATH G8 NC BASIC General Math Students Achievement Level II find the probability of dependent a 944 MATH G8 NC BASIC General Math They apply Achievement Level II grade eight concepts as well as th 945 MATH G8 NC BBASIC General Math Students Achievement Level I performing at Achievement Level I 946 MATH G8 NC BBASIC General Math They rarely Achievement Level I use problem-solving strategies 947 MATH G8 NC BBASIC General Math In grade Achievement Level I eight, students compare, order, and 948 MATH G8 NC BBASIC General Math Students Achievement Level I use the Pythagorean Theorem and 949 MATH G8 NC BBASIC General Math They identify 3-D figures and calculate surfac Achievement Level I 950 MATH G8 NC BBASIC General Math Eighth graders graph and use measures of ce Achievement Level I 951 MATH G8 NC BBASIC General Math They use Achievement Level I one- and two-step linear equations 952 MATH G8 NC BBASIC General Math Students Achievement Level I find the probability of dependent a 953 MATH G8 NC BBASIC General Math They apply Achievement Level I grade eight concepts as well as th 1689 MATH HS NC Algebra I ADV1 Students performing at Achievement Level IV Achievement Level IV 1690 MATH HS NC Algebra I ADV1 They demonstrate flexibility by using a variet Achievement Level IV 1691 MATH HS NC Algebra I ADV1 In Algebra Achievement Level IV I, students continue the study of a 1692 MATH HS NC Algebra I ADV1 They solve Achievement Level IV problems by performing operatio 1693 MATH HS NC Algebra I ADV1 They apply Achievement Level IV Algebra I concepts as well as thos 1694 MATH HS NC Algebra I PROF Students Achievement Level IIIperforming at Achievement Level II 1695 MATH HS NC Algebra I PROF They use Achievement Level IIIa variety of problem-solving strateg 1696 MATH HS NC Algebra I PROF In Algebra Achievement Level III I, students continue the study of a 1697 MATH HS NC Algebra I PROF They solve Achievement Level III problems by performing operatio 1698 MATH HS NC Algebra I PROF They apply Achievement Level III Algebra I concepts as well as thos 1699 MATH HS NC Algebra I BASIC Students Achievement Level II performing at Achievement Level II 1700 MATH HS NC Algebra I BASIC They demonstrate limited use of problem-so Achievement Level II 1701 MATH HS NC Algebra I BASIC In Algebra Achievement Level II 1students continue the study of a 1702 MATH HS NC Algebra I BASIC They apply Achievement Level II Algebra I concepts as well as thos 1703 MATH HS NC Algebra I BBASIC Students Achievement Level I performing at Achievement Level I 1704 MATH HS NC Algebra I BBASIC They rarely Achievement Level I use problem-solving strategies 1705 MATH HS NC Algebra I BBASIC In Algebra Achievement Level I I, students continue the study of a 1706 MATH HS NC Algebra I BBASIC They solve Achievement Level I problems by performing operatio 1707 MATH HS NC Algebra I BBASIC They apply Achievement Level I Algebra I concepts as well as thos 1708 MATH HS NC Algebra II ADV1 Students performing at Achievement Level IV Achievement Level IV 1709 MATH HS NC Algebra II ADV1 They demonstrate flexibility by using a variet Achievement Level IV 1710 MATH HS NC Algebra II ADV1 In Algebra Achievement Level IV II, students study advanced algebr 1711 MATH HS NC Algebra II ADV1 Students also collect, organize, and interpret Achievement Level IV 1712 MATH HS NC Algebra II ADV1 Students apply Algebra II concepts as well as Achievement Level IV 1713 MATH HS NC Algebra II PROF Students Achievement Level IIIperforming at Achievement Level II 1714 MATH HS NC Algebra II PROF They use Achievement Level IIIa variety of problem-solving strateg 1715 MATH HS NC Algebra II PROF In Algebra Achievement Level III II, students study advanced algebr 1716 MATH HS NC Algebra II PROF They solve Achievement Level III problems by performing operatio 1717 MATH HS NC Algebra II PROF Students Achievement Level IIIalso collect, organize, and interpret 1718 MATH HS NC Algebra II PROF Students Achievement Level IIIapply Algebra II concepts as well as 1719 MATH HS NC Algebra II BASIC Students Achievement Level II performing at Achievement Level II 1720 MATH HS NC Algebra II BASIC They demonstrate limited use of problem-so Achievement Level II 1721 MATH HS NC Algebra II BASIC In Algebra Achievement Level II II, students study advanced algebr 1722 MATH HS NC Algebra II BASIC They solve Achievement Level II problems by performing operatio 1723 MATH HS NC Algebra II BASIC Students Achievement Level II also collect, organize, and interpret 1724 MATH HS NC Algebra II BASIC Students Achievement Level II apply Algebra II concepts as well as 1725 MATH HS NC Algebra II BBASIC Students Achievement Level I performing at Achievement Level I 1726 MATH HS NC Algebra II BBASIC They rarely Achievement Level I use problem-solving strategies 1727 MATH HS NC Algebra II BBASIC In Algebra Achievement Level I II, students study advanced algebr 1728 MATH HS NC Algebra II BBASIC They solve Achievement Level I problems by performing operatio 1729 MATH HS NC Algebra II BBASIC Students Achievement Level I also collect, organize, and interpret 1730 MATH HS NC Algebra II BBASIC Students Achievement Level I apply Algebra II concepts as well as 1731 MATH HS NC Geometry ADV1 Students performing at Achievement Level IV Achievement Level IV 1732 MATH HS NC Geometry ADV1 They demonstrate flexibility by using a variet Achievement Level IV 1733 MATH HS NC Geometry ADV1 In Geometry, students continue the study of Achievement Level IV 1734 MATH HS NC Geometry ADV1 They move Achievement Level IV from an inductive approach to de 1735 MATH HS NC Geometry ADV1 Two- and Achievement Level IVthree-dimensional reasoning skills 1736 MATH HS NC Geometry ADV1 They use geometric figures to solve problem Achievement Level IV 1737 MATH HS NC Geometry ADV1 Students apply Geometry concepts as well a Achievement Level IV 1738 MATH HS NC Geometry PROF Students Achievement Level IIIperforming at Achievement Level II 1739 MATH HS NC Geometry PROF They use Achievement Level IIIa variety of problem-solving strateg 1740 MATH HS NC Geometry PROF In Geometry, students continue the study of Achievement Level III 1741 MATH HS NC Geometry PROF They move Achievement Level III from an inductive approach to de 1742 MATH HS NC Geometry PROF Two- and Achievement Level IIIthree-dimensional reasoning skills 1743 MATH HS NC Geometry PROF They use Achievement Level IIIgeometric figures to solve problem 1744 MATH HS NC Geometry PROF Students Achievement Level IIIapply Geometry concepts as well a 1745 MATH HS NC Geometry BASIC Students Achievement Level II performing at Achievement Level II 1746 MATH HS NC Geometry BASIC They demonstrate limited use of problem-so Achievement Level II 1747 MATH HS NC Geometry BASIC In Geometry, students continue the study of Achievement Level II 1748 MATH HS NC Geometry BASIC They move Achievement Level II from an inductive approach to de 1749 MATH HS NC Geometry BASIC Two- and Achievement Level II three-dimensional reasoning skills 1750 MATH HS NC Geometry BASIC They use Achievement Level II geometric figures to solve problem 1751 MATH HS NC Geometry BASIC Students Achievement Level II apply Geometry concepts as well a 1752 MATH HS NC Geometry BBASIC Students Achievement Level I performing at Achievement Level I 1753 MATH HS NC Geometry BBASIC They rarely Achievement Level I use problem-solving strategies 1754 MATH HS NC Geometry BBASIC In Geometry, students continue the study of Achievement Level I 1755 MATH HS NC Geometry BBASIC They move Achievement Level I from an inductive approach to de 1756 MATH HS NC Geometry BBASIC Two- and Achievement Level I three-dimensional reasoning skills 1757 MATH HS NC Geometry BBASIC They use Achievement Level I geometric figures to solve problem 1758 MATH HS NC Geometry BBASIC Students Achievement Level I apply Geometry concepts as well a 11215 SCIENCE G4 NC ADV1 General Science Students performing at Achievement Level IV Gr 5 - Achievement Level IV 11216 SCIENCE G4 NC ADV1 General Science Students demonstrate a considerable unders Gr 5 - Achievement Level IV 11214 SCIENCE G4 NC ADV1 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performing at this level consistently EOC - Achievement Level III 11270 SCIENCE HS NC Physics BASIC They have limited EOC - Achievement Level II understanding of motion, 11269 SCIENCE HS NC Physics BASIC Students performing at Achievement Level II EOC - Achievement Level II 11268 SCIENCE HS NC Physics BASIC Students performing at this level demonstra EOC - Achievement Level II 11267 SCIENCE HS NC Physics BBASIC They have minimal understanding of motion EOC - Achievement Level I 11265 SCIENCE HS NC Physics BBASIC Students performing at this level do not have EOC - Achievement Level I 11266 SCIENCE HS NC Physics BBASIC Students performing at Achievement Level I EOC - Achievement Level I 2223 READING G4 ND ADV1 Read an Advanced Proficientextensive variety of texts 2224 READING G4 ND ADV1 Compare Advanced Proficient and contrast characteristics of diffe 2225 READING G4 ND ADV1 Compare Advanced Proficient and contrast genres in creative way 2226 READING G4 ND ADV1 Identify Advanced 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stars and the relations 11685 SCIENCE G4 OH ADV2 General Science Students consistently demonstrate thorough Gr 5 - Advanced 11686 SCIENCE G4 OH ADV2 General Science specific Gr 5 - Advanced relationships between producers, co 11684 SCIENCE G4 OH ADV1 General Science Given Gr 5 - AcceleratedGrade 5 appropriate rich context or in 11678 SCIENCE G4 OH ADV1 General Science Earth's Gr 5 - Accelerated position and motion within the solar 11679 SCIENCE G4 OH ADV1 General Science evidence Gr 5 - Accelerated of weathering and of erosion as a m 11680 SCIENCE G4 OH ADV1 General Science properties of soil and processes of soil forma Gr 5 - Accelerated 11681 SCIENCE G4 OH ADV1 General Science classification of matter by specific physical p Gr 5 - Accelerated 11682 SCIENCE G4 OH ADV1 General Science how thermal energy is transferred from one Gr 5 - Accelerated 11683 SCIENCE G4 OH ADV1 General Science design Gr 5 - Accelerated of simple closed circuits. 11677 SCIENCE G4 OH ADV1 General Science energy Gr 5 - Accelerated flow through the interdependent rela 11676 SCIENCE G4 OH ADV1 General Science relationship of specific plant structures to sp Gr 5 - Accelerated 11675 SCIENCE G4 OH ADV1 General Science Students Gr 5 - Accelerated demonstrate substantial scientific k 11674 SCIENCE G4 OH PROF General Science Gr 5 They demonstrate understanding of physical 11673 SCIENCE G4 OH PROF General Science Gr 5 ways that thermal energy may be transferred 11672 SCIENCE G4 OH PROF General Science Gr 5 observable properties of light, sound, therm 11671 SCIENCE G4 OH PROF General Science Gr 5 forms of energy and ways that energy can ch 11670 SCIENCE G4 OH PROF General Science Gr 5 characteristics of simple chemical and physic 11669 SCIENCE G4 OH PROF General Science Gr 5 characteristic properties of matter; 11668 SCIENCE G4 OH PROF General Science Gr 5 how water can exist in different forms; 11666 SCIENCE G4 OH PROF General Science Gr 5 how wind, water and ice shape and reshape 11667 SCIENCE G4 OH PROF General Science Gr 5 renewable and non-renewable resources; 11664 SCIENCE G4 OH PROF General Science Gr 5 how day and night are caused by Earth's rota 11665 SCIENCE G4 OH PROF General Science Gr 5 changes in Earth cycles and patterns; 11663 SCIENCE G4 OH PROF General Science Gr 5 sorting plants/animals by common external s 11662 SCIENCE G4 OH PROF General Science Gr 5 energy flow through a three trophic level foo 11661 SCIENCE G4 OH PROF General Science Gr 5 relating plant and animal structures to the ap 11660 SCIENCE G4 OH PROF General Science Gr 5 Students demonstrate understanding of Gra 11656 SCIENCE G4 OH BASIC General Science Gr 5 characteristics of matter; 11657 SCIENCE G4 OH BASIC General Science Gr 5 characteristics of simple chemical and physic 11658 SCIENCE G4 OH BASIC General Science Gr 5 forces that affect objects and motion. 11659 SCIENCE G4 OH BASIC General Science Gr 5 Students performing at the basic level incons 11654 SCIENCE G4 OH BASIC General Science Gr 5 ways to conserve Earth's resources; 11655 SCIENCE G4 OH BASIC General Science Gr 5 aspects of Earth's weather; 11649 SCIENCE G4 OH BASIC General Science Gr 5 differences between plants and animals; 11650 SCIENCE G4 OH BASIC General Science Gr 5 plant and animal life cycles; 11651 SCIENCE G4 OH BASIC General Science Gr 5 relationships in simple food chains; 11652 SCIENCE G4 OH BASIC General Science Gr 5 the characteristics, cycles, patterns of Earth 11653 SCIENCE G4 OH BASIC General Science Gr 5 some processes that shape Earth's surface; 11648 SCIENCE G4 OH BASIC General Science Gr 5 Given rich context or investigative scenarios 11645 SCIENCE G4 OH BBASIC General Science Students demonstrate skills and understandi Gr 5 - Limited 11646 SCIENCE G4 OH BBASIC General Science Although these students may be able to iden Gr 5 - Limited 11647 SCIENCE G4 OH BBASIC General Science Students are unable to provide or identify va Gr 5 - Limited 11758 SCIENCE G8 OH ADV2 General Science Advanced how 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SCIENCE G8 OH ADV2 General Science Advanced interpretations and predictions from simple 11749 SCIENCE G8 OH ADV2 General Science Advanced use of station model and weather map data 11750 SCIENCE G8 OH ADV2 General Science Advanced classification of minerals by their characteris 11747 SCIENCE G8 OH ADV2 General Science Advanced the motions, orbits, and composition of aste 11746 SCIENCE G8 OH ADV2 General Science Advanced Students consistently demonstrate thorough 11741 SCIENCE G8 OH ADV1 General Science Acceleratedenergy transformation in a simple closed sys 11742 SCIENCE G8 OH ADV1 General Science Acceleratedthe limitations of science and technology; 11743 SCIENCE G8 OH ADV1 General Science Accelerateddesigns of solutions/products when given tw 11744 SCIENCE G8 OH ADV1 General Science Acceleratedrelationships between independent and dep 11745 SCIENCE G8 OH ADV1 General Science AcceleratedGiven Grade 8 appropriate rich context or in 11740 SCIENCE G8 OH ADV1 General Science Acceleratedhow 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11730 SCIENCE G8 OH ADV1 General Science AcceleratedEarth's biogeochemical cycles and transfer o 11727 SCIENCE G8 OH ADV1 General Science AcceleratedStudents demonstrate substantial scientific k 11728 SCIENCE G8 OH ADV1 General Science Acceleratedthe importance of gravitational force in dete 11726 SCIENCE G8 OH PROF General Science They demonstrate understanding of physical 11722 SCIENCE G8 OH PROF General Science nonrenewable energy sources originate from 11723 SCIENCE G8 OH PROF General Science differences between potential and kinetic en 11724 SCIENCE G8 OH PROF General Science the use of products and systems can have de 11725 SCIENCE G8 OH PROF General Science how to design a product or problem solution 11721 SCIENCE G8 OH PROF General Science determining a change in position requires a p 11720 SCIENCE G8 OH PROF General Science equal volumes of materials usually have diffe 11714 SCIENCE G8 OH PROF General Science rock cycle; 11715 SCIENCE G8 OH PROF General Science benefits and 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General Science They Gr10 - Advanced describe the inherent strengths and lim 11787 SCIENCE HS OH ADV2 General Science They Gr10 - Advanced recognize relationships within systems 11788 SCIENCE HS OH ADV2 General Science They Gr10 - Advanced describe and explain constant, expone 11785 SCIENCE HS OH ADV2 General Science They Gr10 - Advanced integrate, interpolate and extrapolate e 11784 SCIENCE HS OH ADV2 General Science Students use complex reasoning skills to pre Gr10 - Advanced 11783 SCIENCE HS OH ADV2 General Science Students consistently demonstrate superior Gr10 - Advanced 11781 SCIENCE HS OH ADV1 General Science They provide specific, relevant examples to i Gr10 - Accelerated 11780 SCIENCE HS OH ADV1 General Science They interpolate, extrapolate or make valid i Gr10 - Accelerated 11782 SCIENCE HS OH ADV1 General Science They design technological solutions for given Gr10 - Accelerated 11779 SCIENCE HS OH ADV1 General Science They compare and recognize some inherent Gr10 - 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2567 READING G8 SC BASIC Basic Paraphrase the main idea 2568 READING G8 SC BASIC Basic Provide literal interpretations of information 2569 READING G8 SC BASIC Basic Combine strategies (e.g., locate details to ma 2570 READING G8 SC BASIC Basic Identify literary elements (e.g., simile and po 2571 READING G8 SC BBASIC Below BasicUse key words or phrases in passages that ar 2572 READING G8 SC BBASIC Below BasicIdentify the main idea when the passage pro 2573 READING G8 SC BBASIC Below BasicDraw simple conclusions about the passage w 2841 READING HS SC ADV1 Advanced Demonstrate an exceptional command of sk 2842 READING HS SC ADV1 Advanced Demonstrate comprehension of complex ide 2843 READING HS SC ADV1 Advanced Display exceptional writing skills by engaging 2844 READING HS SC ADV1 Advanced Meet the exit examination requirement for a 2845 READING HS SC PROF Proficient Demonstrate proficiency in skills and knowle 2846 READING HS SC PROF Proficient Demonstrate comprehension of complex ide 2847 READING HS SC PROF Proficient Display effective writing skills by sustaining t 2848 READING HS SC PROF Proficient Meet the exit examination requirement for a 2849 READING HS SC BASIC Basic Demonstrate competence in skills and know 2850 READING HS SC BASIC Basic Demonstrates comprehension of essential id 2851 READING HS SC BASIC Basic Displays acceptable writing skills by showing 2852 READING HS SC BASIC Basic Meet the exit examination requirement for a 2853 READING HS SC BBASIC Below BasicNot demonstrate competence in skills and kn 2854 READING HS SC BBASIC Below BasicDemonstrates limited comprehension of ide 2855 READING HS SC BBASIC Below BasicDisplays limited writing skills, which may incl 2856 READING HS SC BBASIC Below BasicNot meet the exit examination requirement 440 MATH G4 SC ADV1 General Math Advanced Determine elapsed time without models or t 441 MATH G4 SC ADV1 General Math Advanced Use temperature measurements to solve pro 442 MATH G4 SC PROF General Math Proficient 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Th Partial Mastery 586 MATH G4 WV BBASIC Data Analysis The Partial Mastery student carries out experiments to deter 587 MATH G4 WV FBBASIC Data Analysis Novice The student demonstrates substantial need f 588 MATH G4 WV FBBASIC Data Analysis Novice Performance needs considerable developme 589 MATH G4 WV FBBASIC Data Analysis Novice The student carries out probability experime 540 MATH G4 WV Geometry ADV1 The Distinguished student demonstrates exceptional and e 541 MATH G4 WV Geometry ADV1 The Distinguished student uses clear mathematical languag 542 MATH G4 WV Geometry ADV1 The Distinguished student draws or creates figures that inc 543 MATH G4 WV Geometry PROF The Above Mastery student demonstrates competent and p 544 MATH G4 WV Geometry PROF The Above Mastery student describes three-dimensional obj 545 MATH G4 WV Geometry PROF The Above Mastery student labels, compares, and classifies 546 MATH G4 WV Geometry PROF The Above Mastery student identifies designs with more tha 547 MATH G4 WV Geometry BASIC Mastery The student demonstrates fundamental cour 548 MATH G4 WV Geometry BASIC Mastery The student identifies plane figures and their 549 MATH G4 WV Geometry BASIC Mastery The student identifies and draws intersecting 550 MATH G4 WV Geometry BASIC Mastery The student draws a design with one line of s 551 MATH G4 WV Geometry BBASIC The Partial Mastery student demonstrates basic but inconsis 552 MATH G4 WV Geometry BBASIC Performance needs further development. Th Partial Mastery 553 MATH G4 WV Geometry BBASIC The Partial Mastery student identifies a design with one line 554 MATH G4 WV Geometry FBBASIC Novice The student demonstrates substantial need f 555 MATH G4 WV Geometry FBBASIC Novice Performance needs considerable developme 556 MATH G4 WV MeasurementADV1 The Distinguished student demonstrates exceptional and e 557 MATH G4 WV MeasurementADV1 The Distinguished student models, applies, and explains th 558 MATH G4 WV MeasurementADV1 The Distinguished student calculates elapsed time involvin 559 MATH G4 WV MeasurementADV1 The Distinguished student solves a wide variety of problem 560 MATH G4 WV MeasurementPROF The Above Mastery student demonstrates competent and p 561 MATH G4 WV MeasurementPROF The Above Mastery student models and applies the formula 562 MATH G4 WV MeasurementPROF The Above Mastery student applies knowledge of measurem 563 MATH G4 WV MeasurementBASIC Mastery The student demonstrates fundamental cour 564 MATH G4 WV 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Distinguished student applies the order of operations 513 MATH G4 WV ADV1 Number & Operations The Distinguished student uses clear mathematical languag 514 MATH G4 WV PROF Number & Operations The Above Mastery student demonstrates competent and p 515 MATH G4 WV PROF Number & Operations The Above Mastery student is proficient in comparing and o 516 MATH G4 WV PROF Number & Operations The Above Mastery student applies estimation strategies to 517 MATH G4 WV BASIC Number & Operations Mastery The student demonstrates fundamental cour 518 MATH G4 WV BASIC Number & Operations Mastery The student is fluent in place value from the 519 MATH G4 WV BASIC Number & Operations Mastery The student is proficient in adding and subtr 520 MATH G4 WV BASIC Number & Operations Mastery The student adds and subtracts fractions and 521 MATH G4 WV BBASIC Number & Operations The Partial Mastery student demonstrates basic but inconsis 522 MATH G4 WV BBASIC Number & Operations The Partial Mastery student is developing fluency in place va 523 MATH G4 WV FBBASIC Number & Operations Novice The student demonstrates substantial need f 524 MATH G4 WV FBBASIC Number & Operations Novice Performance needs considerable developme 1192 MATH G8 WV Algebra ADV1 The Distinguished student demonstrates exceptional and e 1193 MATH G8 WV Algebra ADV1 The Distinguished student uses order of operations and ex 1194 MATH G8 WV Algebra ADV1 The Distinguished student selects and applies algebraic equ 1195 MATH G8 WV Algebra ADV1 He/she explains and justifies solutions in a cl Distinguished 1196 MATH G8 WV Algebra PROF The Above Mastery student demonstrates competent and p 1197 MATH G8 WV Algebra PROF The Above Mastery student uses order of operations and ex 1198 MATH G8 WV Algebra PROF The Above Mastery student selects and applies algebraic equ 1199 MATH G8 WV Algebra PROF The Above Mastery student formulates a rule from data in a 1200 MATH G8 WV Algebra PROF The Above Mastery student explains his/her solutions 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identifies monomials, adds and 1213 MATH G8 WV Algebra FBBASIC Novice Further development is needed with ratio an 1248 MATH G8 WV ADV1 Data Analysis The Distinguished student demonstrates exceptional and e 1249 MATH G8 WV ADV1 Data Analysis The Distinguished student applies data analysis and statisti 1250 MATH G8 WV ADV1 Data Analysis The Distinguished student calculates and explains the bene 1251 MATH G8 WV ADV1 Data Analysis The Distinguished student justifies problem-solving metho 1252 MATH G8 WV PROF Data Analysis The Above Mastery student demonstrates competent and p 1253 MATH G8 WV PROF Data Analysis The Above Mastery student constructs convincing argument 1254 MATH G8 WV PROF Data Analysis The Above Mastery student communicates problem-solving 1255 MATH G8 WV BASIC Data Analysis Mastery The student demonstrates fundamental cour 1256 MATH G8 WV BASIC Data Analysis Mastery The student creates and extrapolates inform 1257 MATH G8 WV BASIC Data Analysis Mastery The student displays, 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Th Partial Mastery 1261 MATH G8 WV BBASIC Data Analysis The Partial Mastery student analyzes problem situations invo 1262 MATH G8 WV FBBASIC Data Analysis Novice The student demonstrates substantial need f 1263 MATH G8 WV FBBASIC Data Analysis Novice Performance needs considerable developme 1264 MATH G8 WV FBBASIC Data Analysis Novice The student records and displays data involv 1265 MATH G8 WV FBBASIC Data Analysis Novice Skill development is needed for the student 1266 MATH G8 WV FBBASIC Data Analysis Novice The student constructs simple graphs based 1214 MATH G8 WV Geometry ADV1 The Distinguished student demonstrates exceptional and e 1215 MATH G8 WV Geometry ADV1 The Distinguished student applies the relationships of angl 1216 MATH G8 WV Geometry ADV1 The Distinguished student uses transformations and /or ra 1217 MATH G8 WV Geometry ADV1 The Distinguished student evaluates solutions 1218 MATH G8 WV Geometry PROF The Above Mastery student demonstrates competent and p 1219 MATH G8 WV Geometry PROF The Above Mastery student constructs parallel lines cut by a 1220 MATH G8 WV Geometry PROF The Above Mastery student creates geometric patterns and 1221 MATH G8 WV Geometry PROF The Above Mastery student evaluates solutions 1222 MATH G8 WV Geometry BASIC Mastery The student demonstrates fundamental cour 1223 MATH G8 WV Geometry BASIC Mastery The student investigates the relationship bet 1224 MATH G8 WV Geometry BASIC Mastery The student identifies, applies, and construc 1225 MATH G8 WV Geometry BASIC Mastery The student identifies and models geometric 1226 MATH G8 WV Geometry BBASIC The Partial Mastery student demonstrates basic but inconsis 1227 MATH G8 WV Geometry BBASIC The Partial Mastery student identifies parallel lines, transver 1228 MATH G8 WV Geometry FBBASIC Novice The student demonstrates substantial need f 1229 MATH G8 WV Geometry FBBASIC Novice Performance needs considerable developme 1230 MATH G8 WV Geometry FBBASIC Novice The student recognizes similar and congruen 1231 MATH G8 WV MeasurementADV1 The Distinguished student demonstrates exceptional and e 1232 MATH G8 WV MeasurementADV1 The Distinguished student estimates and solves application 1233 MATH G8 WV MeasurementADV1 The Distinguished student defines and solves right triangle 1234 MATH G8 WV MeasurementADV1 The Distinguished student explains and justifies solutions in 1235 MATH G8 WV MeasurementPROF The Above Mastery student demonstrates competent and p 1236 MATH G8 WV MeasurementPROF The Above Mastery student estimates and solves problems i 1237 MATH G8 WV MeasurementPROF The Above Mastery student solves right triangle problems us 1238 MATH G8 WV MeasurementPROF The Above Mastery student explains solutions 1239 MATH G8 WV MeasurementBASIC Mastery The student demonstrates fundamental cour 1240 MATH G8 WV MeasurementBASIC Mastery The student estimates and solves problems i 1241 MATH G8 WV MeasurementBASIC Mastery The student solves right triangle problems us 1242 MATH G8 WV MeasurementBBASIC The Partial Mastery student demonstrates basic but inconsis 1243 MATH G8 WV MeasurementBBASIC Performance needs further development Partial Mastery 1244 MATH G8 WV BBASIC Measurement The Partial Mastery student calculates perimeter, area, and v 1245 MATH G8 WV FBBASIC Measurement Novice The student demonstrates substantial need f 1246 MATH G8 WV FBBASIC Measurement Novice Performance needs considerable developme 1247 MATH G8 WV FBBASIC Measurement Novice The student needs assistance in identifying a 1171 MATH G8 WV ADV1 Number & Operations The Distinguished student demonstrates exceptional and e 1172 MATH G8 WV ADV1 Number & Operations Scaling, based on ratio and proportion, along Distinguished 1173 MATH G8 WV ADV1 Number & Operations The Distinguished student applies properties of rational an 1174 MATH G8 WV ADV1 Number & Operations The Distinguished student evaluates and justifies the reaso 1175 MATH G8 WV PROF Number & Operations The Above Mastery student demonstrates competent and p 1176 MATH G8 WV PROF Number & Operations The Above Mastery student compares and orders rational an 1177 MATH G8 WV PROF Number & Operations The Above Mastery student applies properties of rational an 1178 MATH G8 WV PROF Number & Operations The Above Mastery student calculates scientific notation in l 1179 MATH G8 WV PROF Number & Operations The Above Mastery student evaluates the reasonableness of 1180 MATH G8 WV BASIC Number & Operations Mastery The student demonstrates fundamental cour 1181 MATH G8 WV BASIC Number & Operations Mastery The student compares and orders rational an 1182 MATH G8 WV BASIC Number & Operations Mastery The student applies computational strategie 1183 MATH G8 WV BASIC Number & Operations Mastery The student solves application problems with 1184 MATH G8 WV BBASIC Number & Operations The Partial Mastery student demonstrates basic but inconsis 1185 MATH G8 WV BBASIC Number & Operations The Partial Mastery student compares and orders rational nu 1186 MATH G8 WV BBASIC Number & Operations The Partial Mastery student uses an algorithm and/ or estim 1187 MATH G8 WV BBASIC Number & Operations Application of powers, squares, and square r Partial Mastery 1188 MATH G8 WV FBBASIC Number & Operations Novice The student demonstrates substantial need f 1189 MATH G8 WV FBBASIC Number & Operations Novice Performance needs considerable developme 1190 MATH G8 WV FBBASIC Number & Operations Novice The student lacks consistency in comparing a 1191 MATH G8 WV FBBASIC Number & Operations Novice When solving problems with rational numbe 1958 MATH HS WV Algebra I ADV1 The Distinguished student demonstrates exceptional and e 1959 MATH HS WV Algebra I ADV1 The Distinguished student solves literal, linear, and quadra 1960 MATH HS WV Algebra I ADV1 The Distinguished student justifies and judges the reasonab 1961 MATH HS WV Algebra I ADV1 The Distinguished student factors and performs operations 1962 MATH HS WV Algebra I ADV1 The Distinguished student solves absolute value equations 1963 MATH HS WV Algebra I ADV1 Given graphical and numerical data, the stud Distinguished 1964 MATH HS WV Algebra I ADV1 The Distinguished student predicts and interprets outcome 1965 MATH HS WV Algebra I PROF The Above Mastery student demonstrates competent and p 1966 MATH HS WV Algebra I PROF The Above Mastery student solves simple, multi-step practic 1967 MATH HS WV Algebra I PROF The Above Mastery student solves quadratic equations by gr 1968 MATH HS WV Algebra I PROF The Above Mastery student simplifies algebraic expressions 1969 MATH HS WV Algebra I PROF The Above Mastery student determines the slope and equat 1970 MATH HS WV Algebra I PROF The Above Mastery student predicts outcomes of collected d 1971 MATH HS WV Algebra I BASIC Mastery The student demonstrates fundamental cour 1972 MATH HS WV Algebra I BASIC Mastery The student solves simple, multi-step proble 1973 MATH HS WV Algebra I BASIC Mastery The student solves quadratic equations by us 1974 MATH HS WV Algebra I BASIC Mastery The student simplifies algebraic expressions 1975 MATH HS WV Algebra I BASIC Mastery The student determines the slope of a line fr 1976 MATH HS WV Algebra I BASIC Mastery The student calculates measures of central t 1977 MATH HS WV Algebra I BBASIC The Partial Mastery student demonstrates basic but inconsis 1978 MATH HS WV Algebra I BBASIC Performance needs further development Partial Mastery 1979 MATH HS WV Algebra I BBASIC The Partial Mastery student inconsistently solves one-step li 1980 MATH HS WV Algebra I BBASIC The Partial Mastery student determines the slope of a line gi 1981 MATH HS WV Algebra I BBASIC The Partial Mastery student calculates the mean and range o 1982 MATH HS WV Algebra I FBBASIC Novice The student demonstrates substantial need f 1983 MATH HS WV Algebra I FBBASIC Novice Performance needs considerable developme 1984 MATH HS WV Algebra I FBBASIC Novice The student solves one-step linear equations 2018 MATH HS WV Algebra II ADV1 The Distinguished student demonstrates exceptional and e 2019 MATH HS WV Algebra II ADV1 The Distinguished student develops equations of lines to so 2020 MATH HS WV Algebra II ADV1 The Distinguished student solves equations containing radi 2021 MATH HS WV Algebra II ADV1 The Distinguished student finds domain, range, inverse and 2022 MATH HS WV Algebra II ADV1 The Distinguished student solves quadratic and absolute va 2023 MATH HS WV Algebra II ADV1 The Distinguished student applies properties of logarithms 2024 MATH HS WV Algebra II ADV1 The Distinguished student solves practical application prob 2025 MATH HS WV Algebra II PROF The Above Mastery student demonstrates competent and p 2026 MATH HS WV Algebra II PROF The Above Mastery student writes equations of lines in vario 2027 MATH HS WV Algebra II PROF The Above Mastery student solves equations containing radi 2028 MATH HS WV Algebra II PROF The Above Mastery student finds domain, range, inverse and 2029 MATH HS WV Algebra II PROF The Above Mastery student solves quadratic and absolute va 2030 MATH HS WV Algebra II PROF The Above Mastery student simplifies basic logarithmic expr 2031 MATH HS WV Algebra II PROF The Above Mastery student solves a system of linear equatio 2032 MATH HS WV Algebra II BASIC Mastery The student demonstrates fundamental cour 2033 MATH HS WV Algebra II BASIC Mastery The student determines the slope and equat 2034 MATH HS WV Algebra II BASIC Mastery The student solves equations containing radi 2035 MATH HS WV Algebra II BASIC Mastery The student solves quadratic and absolute va 2036 MATH HS WV Algebra II BASIC Mastery The student solves a system of linear equatio 2037 MATH HS WV Algebra II BASIC Mastery The student identifies graphs of simple conic 2038 MATH HS WV Algebra II BBASIC The Partial Mastery student demonstrates basic but inconsis 2039 MATH HS WV Algebra II BBASIC Performance needs further development Partial Mastery 2040 MATH HS WV Algebra II BBASIC The Partial Mastery student determines the slope of a line fr 2041 MATH HS WV Algebra II BBASIC The Partial Mastery student attempts to solve simple quadra 2042 MATH HS WV Algebra II FBBASIC Novice The student demonstrates substantial need f 2043 MATH HS WV Algebra II FBBASIC Novice Performance needs considerable developme 2044 MATH HS WV Algebra II FBBASIC Novice The student determines the slope of a line gi 1985 MATH HS WV ADV1 Distinguished Geometry & Applied Geometry The student demonstrates exceptional and e 1986 MATH HS WV ADV1 Distinguished Geometry & Applied Geometry The student produces geometric figures and 1987 MATH HS WV ADV1 Distinguished Geometry & Applied Geometry The student uses the converse, inverse, and 1988 MATH HS WV ADV1 Distinguished Geometry & Applied Geometry The student applies definitions, theorems an 1989 MATH HS WV ADV1 Distinguished Geometry & Applied Geometry Students apply appropriate formulas to solve 1990 MATH HS WV ADV1 Distinguished Geometry & 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Mastery Geometry & Applied Geometry Performance needs further development 2010 MATH HS WV BBASIC Partial Mastery Geometry & Applied Geometry The student identifies basic geometric figure 2011 MATH HS WV BBASIC Partial Mastery Geometry & Applied Geometry Given definitions, theorems, and postulates, 2012 MATH HS WV BBASIC Partial Mastery Geometry & Applied Geometry Given appropriate formulas and detailed dra 2013 MATH HS WV BBASIC Partial Mastery Geometry & Applied Geometry Given the properties, a student inconsistentl 2014 MATH HS WV FBBASIC Novice Geometry & Applied Geometry The student demonstrates substantial need f 2015 MATH HS WV FBBASIC Novice Geometry & Applied Geometry Performance needs considerable developme 2016 MATH HS WV FBBASIC Novice Geometry & Applied Geometry The student recognizes some of the basic ge 2017 MATH HS WV FBBASIC Novice Geometry & Applied Geometry Given appropriate formulas and tools, a stud 11983 SCIENCE G4 WV of Science Distinguished Application ADV2 Fourth grade students at the distinguished le 11984 SCIENCE G4 WV of Science Distinguished Application ADV2 design a model that uses system interaction 11985 SCIENCE G4 WV of Science Distinguished Application ADV2 argue the positive/negative consequences o 11986 SCIENCE G4 WV of Science Distinguished tolerant of others viewpoints when debat Application ADV2 be 11987 SCIENCE G4 WV of Science Above Mastery grade students at the above mastery Application ADV1 Fourth 11988 SCIENCE G4 WV of Science Above Mastery Application ADV1 construct a model to show system interactio 11989 SCIENCE G4 WV of Science Above Mastery Application ADV1 predict the environmental changes if conserv 11990 SCIENCE G4 WV of Science Above Mastery collaboratively to gather data and use t Application ADV1 work 11991 SCIENCE G4 WV of Science Mastery Fourth grade students at the mastery level o Application PROF 11992 SCIENCE G4 WV of Science Mastery use models to identify parts and interactions Application PROF 11993 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PROF Content of Science Mastery explain the causes of physical/chemical chan 11963 SCIENCE G4 WV PROF Content of Science Mastery describe the transformations that occur betw 11964 SCIENCE G4 WV PROF Content of Science Mastery predict how force affects motion and freque 11965 SCIENCE G4 WV PROF Content of Science Mastery determine the relationships between the typ 11966 SCIENCE G4 WV PROF Content of Science Mastery use models to describe movements within th 11967 SCIENCE G4 WV BASIC Content of Science Fourth Partial Mastery grade students at the partial mastery 11968 SCIENCE G4 WV BASIC Content of Science identify characteristics and life cycles of orga Partial Mastery 11969 SCIENCE G4 WV BASIC Content of Science construct food chains for specific habitats; Partial Mastery 11970 SCIENCE G4 WV BASIC Content of Science list Partial Masterythe states of matter and the physical pro 11971 SCIENCE G4 WV BASIC Content of Science identify conductor/non-conductor materials Partial Mastery 11972 SCIENCE G4 WV BASIC Content of Science demonstrate and explain how forces can cha Partial Mastery 11973 SCIENCE G4 WV BASIC Content of Science identify the effects of volcanoes, earthquake Partial Mastery 11974 SCIENCE G4 WV BASIC Content of Science identify objects in the solar system and desc Partial Mastery 11975 SCIENCE G4 WV BBASIC Content of Science Novice Fourth grade students at the novice level in t 11976 SCIENCE G4 WV BBASIC Content of Science Novice identify the life cycle of an organism; 11977 SCIENCE G4 WV BBASIC Content of Science Novice recognize organisms in a food chain; 11978 SCIENCE G4 WV BBASIC Content of Science Novice name the states of matter; 11979 SCIENCE G4 WV BBASIC Content of Science Novice list the types of energy; 11980 SCIENCE G4 WV BBASIC Content of Science Novice demonstrate motion and force; 11981 SCIENCE G4 WV BBASIC Content of Science Novice recognize that the land and water of the ear 11982 SCIENCE G4 WV BBASIC Content of Science Novice identify the sun as a star and list the planets 11930 SCIENCE G4 WV ADV2 Nature of Science use Distinguished safe procedures and proper tools design 11928 SCIENCE G4 WV ADV2 Nature of Science Fourth grade students at the distinguished le Distinguished 11929 SCIENCE G4 WV ADV2 Nature of Science analyze and evaluate the impact of scientific Distinguished 11931 SCIENCE G4 WV ADV1 Nature of Science Fourth Above Mastery grade students at the above mastery 11932 SCIENCE G4 WV ADV1 Nature of Science explain how scientific discoveries have creat Above Mastery 11933 SCIENCE G4 WV ADV1 Nature of Science use Above Mastery safe procedures and proper tools when o 11936 SCIENCE G4 WV PROF Nature of Science Mastery use safe procedures and proper tools when o 11935 SCIENCE G4 WV PROF Nature of Science Mastery show that discoveries lead to changes in scie 11934 SCIENCE G4 WV PROF Nature of Science Mastery Fourth grade students at the mastery level o 11939 SCIENCE G4 WV BASIC Nature of Science use Partial Mastery safe procedures, proper tools, and the sc 11938 SCIENCE G4 WV BASIC Nature of Science recognize the scientific knowledge has chang Partial Mastery 11937 SCIENCE G4 WV BASIC Nature of Science Fourth Partial Mastery grade students at the below mastery 11941 SCIENCE G4 WV BBASIC Nature of Science Novice name a scientist and from a different culture 11942 SCIENCE G4 WV BBASIC Nature of Science Novice use safe techniques to investigate, collect an 11940 SCIENCE G4 WV BBASIC Nature of Science Novice Fourth grade students at the novice level of 12055 SCIENCE G8 WV of Science Application ADV2 research job opportunities in science related Distinguished 12054 SCIENCE G8 WV of Science Application ADV2 research a current real world issue then desi Distinguished 12053 SCIENCE G8 WV of Science Application ADV2 Eighth grade students at the distinguished le Distinguished 12057 SCIENCE G8 WV of Science Application ADV1 research current real world issues then deba Above Mastery 12058 SCIENCE G8 WV of Science Application ADV1 interview persons in science related fields an Above Mastery 12056 SCIENCE G8 WV of Science Application ADV1 Eighth Above Mastery grade students at the above mastery 12061 SCIENCE G8 WV of Science Application PROF Mastery explore job opportunities and qualifications 12059 SCIENCE G8 WV of Science Application PROF Mastery Eighth grade students at the mastery level th 12060 SCIENCE G8 WV of Science Application PROF Mastery research a current real world issue and creat 12063 SCIENCE G8 WV of Science Application BASIC research current real world issues and their p Partial Mastery 12064 SCIENCE G8 WV of Science Application BASIC describe job opportunities in science related Partial Mastery 12062 SCIENCE G8 WV of Science Application BASIC Eighth Partial Mastery grade students at the partial mastery 12067 SCIENCE G8 WV of Science Application BBASIC Novice match the qualifications needed for job oppo 12065 SCIENCE G8 WV of Science Application BBASIC Novice Eighth grade students at the novice level in t 12066 SCIENCE G8 WV of Science Application BBASIC Novice list solutions to current real world issues and 12018 SCIENCE G8 WV ADV2 Content of Science Eighth grade students at the distinguished le Distinguished 12019 SCIENCE G8 WV ADV2 Content of Science analyze the accuracy of models that describ Distinguished 12020 SCIENCE G8 WV ADV2 Content of Science indentify an unknown by experimentally det Distinguished 12021 SCIENCE G8 WV ADV2 Content of Science debate different energy sources and evaluat Distinguished 12022 SCIENCE G8 WV ADV2 Content of Science modify a variable to get a predetermined eff Distinguished 12023 SCIENCE G8 WV ADV2 Content of Science predict the short and long term effects of va Distinguished 12024 SCIENCE G8 WV ADV2 Content of Science debate the societal concerns related to the u Distinguished 12025 SCIENCE G8 WV ADV1 Content of Science Eighth Above Mastery grade students at the above mastery 12026 SCIENCE G8 WV ADV1 Content of Science construct and use models to explain the cycl Above Mastery 12027 SCIENCE G8 WV ADV1 Content of Science predict the classification of matter based on Above Mastery 12028 SCIENCE G8 WV ADV1 Content of Science investigate energy sources and construct mo Above Mastery 12029 SCIENCE G8 WV ADV1 Content of Science quantitatively express the relationships betw Above Mastery 12030 SCIENCE G8 WV ADV1 Content of Science interpret maps to determine evidence of geo Above Mastery 12031 SCIENCE G8 WV ADV1 Content of Science evaluate the use of earth's resources and be Above Mastery 12038 SCIENCE G8 WV PROF Content of Science Mastery research and explain societal concerns relate 12036 SCIENCE G8 WV PROF Content of Science Mastery perform experiments to determine the relat 12037 SCIENCE G8 WV PROF Content of Science Mastery describe the causes and effects of geological 12032 SCIENCE G8 WV PROF Content of Science Mastery Eighth grade students at the mastery level in 12033 SCIENCE G8 WV PROF Content of Science Mastery construct and use models to describe the cyc 12034 SCIENCE G8 WV PROF Content of Science Mastery use physical and chemical properties to iden 12035 SCIENCE G8 WV PROF Content of Science Mastery examine and explain energy sources and the 12044 SCIENCE G8 WV BASIC Content of Science describe geological and meteorological proce Partial Mastery 12045 SCIENCE G8 WV BASIC Content of Science research and describe the societal concerns Partial Mastery 12042 SCIENCE G8 WV BASIC Content of Science describe energy sources and match identify t Partial Mastery 12043 SCIENCE G8 WV BASIC Content of Science perform experiments that demonstrate spee Partial Mastery 12040 SCIENCE G8 WV BASIC Content of Science use Partial Mastery models to describe the cycles in nature, 12041 SCIENCE G8 WV BASIC Content of Science identify physical and chemical properties; Partial Mastery 12039 SCIENCE G8 WV BASIC Content of Science Eighth Partial Mastery grade students at the partial mastery 12052 SCIENCE G8 WV BBASIC Content of Science Novice list some uses for the earth's resources and b 12051 SCIENCE G8 WV BBASIC Content of Science Novice identify the results of geological processes a 12049 SCIENCE G8 WV BBASIC Content of Science Novice name energy sources and list their applicatio 12050 SCIENCE G8 WV BBASIC Content of Science Novice identify and describe changes in speed, veloc 12046 SCIENCE G8 WV BBASIC Content of Science Novice Eighth grade students at the novice level in t 12047 SCIENCE G8 WV BBASIC Content of Science Novice label models that include cycles in nature, st 12048 SCIENCE G8 WV BBASIC Content of Science Novice recognize that physical and chemical propert 12003 SCIENCE G8 WV ADV2 Nature of Science Eighth grade students at the distinguished le Distinguished 12004 SCIENCE G8 WV ADV2 Nature of Science following the scientific method, design an inv Distinguished 12005 SCIENCE G8 WV ADV2 Nature of Science research, design, and use models to represen Distinguished 12006 SCIENCE G8 WV ADV1 Nature of Science Eighth Above Mastery grade students at the above mastery 12007 SCIENCE G8 WV ADV1 Nature of Science following the scientific method, investigate p Above Mastery 12008 SCIENCE G8 WV ADV1 Nature of Science research and design models to represent sys Above Mastery 12009 SCIENCE G8 WV PROF Nature of Science Mastery Eighth grade students at the mastery level in 12010 SCIENCE G8 WV PROF Nature of Science Mastery following the scientific method, create and a 12011 SCIENCE G8 WV PROF Nature of Science Mastery research and analyze representations of syst 12014 SCIENCE G8 WV BASIC Nature of Science draw Partial Mastery conclusions from representations of sy 12012 SCIENCE G8 WV BASIC Nature of Science Eighth Partial Mastery grade students at the partial mastery 12013 SCIENCE G8 WV BASIC Nature of Science following the scientific method, perform and Partial Mastery 12015 SCIENCE G8 WV BBASIC Nature of Science Novice Eighth grade students at 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mastery level will clas 12075 SCIENCE HS WV PROF Content of Science Students at the mastery level will relate cell Gr 10 - Mastery 12076 SCIENCE HS WV BASIC Content of Science Students at Gr 10 - Partial Mastery the partial mastery level will reco 12077 SCIENCE HS WV BBASIC Content of Science Students at the novice level will recognize th Gr 10 - Novice 12068 SCIENCE HS WV ADV2 Nature of Science Students Gr 10 - Distinguishedat the distinguished level will evalu 12069 SCIENCE HS WV ADV1 Nature of Science Students at Gr 10 - Above Mastery the above mastery level will eval 12070 SCIENCE HS WV PROF Nature of Science Students at the mastery level will analyze the Gr 10 - Mastery 12071 SCIENCE HS WV BASIC Nature of Science Students at Gr 10 - Partial Mastery the partial mastery level will reco 12072 SCIENCE HS WV BBASIC Nature of Science Students at the novice level will identify scie Gr 10 - Novice 2392 READING G4 WY ADV1 Advanced Demonstrate the ability to extend applicatio 2393 READING G4 WY ADV1 Advanced Understand complex ideas and make connec 2394 READING G4 WY ADV1 Advanced Understand and use different reading strateg 2395 READING G4 WY ADV1 Advanced Develop and extend their vocabulary throug 2396 READING G4 WY ADV1 Advanced Cite specific and appropriate evidence for th 2397 READING G4 WY PROF Proficient Demonstrate understanding of a variety of g 2398 READING G4 WY PROF Proficient Their comprehension extends beyond the lit 2399 READING G4 WY PROF Proficient Make relevant connections within texts and 2400 READING G4 WY PROF Proficient Identify story elements, summarize key idea 2401 READING G4 WY PROF Proficient Use a table of contents, index, or glossary to 2402 READING G4 WY PROF Proficient Read fluently, with accuracy, expression, and 2403 READING G4 WY PROF Proficient Monitor and self-correct for meaning 2404 READING G4 WY BASIC Basic Demonstrate a better understanding of som 2405 READING G4 WY BASIC Basic Comprehension is mostly at the literal level 2406 READING G4 WY BASIC Basic Make personal connections with what they r 2407 READING G4 WY BASIC Basic With support, apply context clues, prior know 2408 READING G4 WY BASIC Basic Generally, read grade level texts with less th 2409 READING G4 WY BBASIC Below BasicRequire extensive support or provide little o 2629 READING G8 WY ADV1 Advanced 8th grade students at the advanced perform 2630 READING G8 WY ADV1 Advanced Students predict outcomes; make and suppo 2631 READING G8 WY ADV1 Advanced They explain author purpose and evaluate th 2632 READING G8 WY PROF Proficient 8th grade students at the proficient perform 2633 READING G8 WY PROF Proficient Their comprehension extends beyond the lit 2634 READING G8 WY PROF Proficient Students make connections between the tex 2635 READING G8 WY PROF Proficient Students use multiple sources to conduct res 2636 READING G8 WY BASIC Basic 8th grade students at the basic performance 2637 READING G8 WY BASIC Basic They explain main ideas and supporting deta 2638 READING G8 WY BASIC Basic These students recognize some inferences b 2639 READING G8 WY BASIC Basic They conduct limited research using limited 2640 READING G8 WY BBASIC Below Basic8th grade students at the below basic level r 2913 READING HS WY ADV1 Advanced 11th grade students at the advanced perform 2914 READING HS WY ADV1 Advanced Students accurately predict outcomes; make 2915 READING HS WY ADV1 Advanced They explain author's purpose and evaluate 2916 READING HS WY ADV1 Advanced Students evaluate literary merit and synthes 2917 READING HS WY ADV1 Advanced Students conduct thorough research and ana 2918 READING HS WY PROF Proficient 11th grade students at the proficient perform 2919 READING HS WY PROF Proficient Students understand differences between ge 2920 READING HS WY PROF Proficient They generally predict outcomes, draw infer 2921 READING HS WY PROF Proficient Students analyze and interpret author's purp 2922 READING HS WY PROF Proficient They generally apply their knowledge of mul 2923 READING HS WY BASIC Basic 11th grade students at the basic performanc 2924 READING HS WY BASIC Basic They explain how details are used to support 2925 READING HS WY BASIC Basic They identify some literary elements 2926 READING HS WY BASIC Basic Students apply context clues, prior knowledg 2927 READING HS WY BASIC Basic They conduct limited research or make limite 2928 READING HS WY BBASIC Below Basic11th grade students at the below basic level 653 MATH G4 WY Algebra ADV1 Advanced 4th grade students performing at an advance 654 MATH G4 WY Algebra ADV1 Advanced They create complex growing or extended pa 655 MATH G4 WY Algebra ADV1 Advanced Students use coherent and clear mathematic 656 MATH G4 WY Algebra PROF Proficient 4th grade students performing at a proficien 657 MATH G4 WY Algebra PROF Proficient They create growing and extended patterns 658 MATH G4 WY Algebra PROF Proficient They generalize pattern concepts (such as 4, 659 MATH G4 WY Algebra BASIC Basic 4th 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G4 WY PROF Proficient They use mathematical language to commun Data Analysis & Statistics 671 MATH G4 WY BASIC Basic Data Analysis & Statistics 4th grade students performing at a basic leve 672 MATH G4 WY BASIC Basic Data Analysis & Statistics They collect, represent, and report informati 673 MATH G4 WY BASIC Basic Data Analysis & Statistics They predict outcomes of simple probability 674 MATH G4 WY BASIC Basic Data Analysis & Statistics Students use minimal or incorrect mathemat 675 MATH G4 WY BBASIC Below BasicThe students at the below basic level require Data Analysis & Statistics 629 MATH G4 WY Geometry ADV1 Advanced 4th grade students performing at an advance 630 MATH G4 WY Geometry ADV1 Advanced Students classify, describe, and compare geo 631 MATH G4 WY Geometry ADV1 Advanced They justify problem-solving methods with v 632 MATH G4 WY Geometry PROF Proficient 4th grade students performing at a proficien 633 MATH G4 WY Geometry PROF Proficient Students classify, describe, and compare geo 634 MATH G4 WY Geometry PROF Proficient They communicate problem-solving method 635 MATH G4 WY Geometry BASIC Basic 4th grade students performing at a basic leve 636 MATH G4 WY Geometry BASIC Basic Students classify and describe geometric obj 637 MATH G4 WY Geometry BASIC Basic They communicate their problem-solving me 638 MATH G4 WY Geometry BBASIC Below BasicThe students at the below basic level require 639 MATH G4 WY MeasurementADV1 Advanced 4th grade students performing at an advance 640 MATH G4 WY MeasurementADV1 Advanced They estimate and measure using a variety o 641 MATH G4 WY MeasurementADV1 Advanced They provide valid and convincing evidence w 642 MATH G4 WY MeasurementADV1 Advanced Students use coherent and clear mathematic 643 MATH G4 WY MeasurementPROF Proficient 4th grade students performing at a proficien 644 MATH G4 WY MeasurementPROF Proficient They estimate and measure using a variety o 645 MATH G4 WY MeasurementPROF Proficient Students apply the concept 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MATH G8 WY Algebra ADV1 Advanced 8th grade students performing at an advance 1339 MATH G8 WY Algebra ADV1 Advanced Students evaluate algebraic expressions and 1340 MATH G8 WY Algebra ADV1 Advanced Students use coherent and clear mathematic 1341 MATH G8 WY Algebra PROF Proficient 8th grade students performing at a proficien 1342 MATH G8 WY Algebra PROF Proficient Students evaluate with minor errors algebra 1343 MATH G8 WY Algebra PROF Proficient Students use mathematical language to com 1344 MATH G8 WY Algebra BASIC Basic 8th grade students performing at a basic leve 1345 MATH G8 WY Algebra BASIC Basic Students inconsistently and with errors evalu 1346 MATH G8 WY Algebra BASIC Basic Students use minimal or incorrect mathemat 1347 MATH G8 WY Algebra BBASIC Below BasicThe students at the below basic level require 1348 MATH G8 WY ADV1 Advanced 8th grade students performing at an advance Data Analysis & Statistics 1349 MATH G8 WY ADV1 Advanced They collect, organize and represent informa 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Students use minimal or incorrect mathemat 1360 MATH G8 WY BBASIC Below BasicThe students at the below basic level require Data Analysis & Statistics 1312 MATH G8 WY Geometry ADV1 Advanced 8th grade students performing at an advance 1313 MATH G8 WY Geometry ADV1 Advanced Given similar and congruent objects, student 1314 MATH G8 WY Geometry ADV1 Advanced Students use the appropriate strategy, tools, 1315 MATH G8 WY Geometry ADV1 Advanced Students analyze the relationships among ba 1316 MATH G8 WY Geometry ADV1 Advanced They justify problem-solving methods with v 1317 MATH G8 WY Geometry ADV1 Advanced 8th grade students performing at a proficien 1318 MATH G8 WY Geometry PROF Proficient Given similar and congruent objects, student 1319 MATH G8 WY Geometry PROF Proficient Students use the appropriate strategies (give 1320 MATH G8 WY Geometry PROF Proficient Students recognize the relationships among 1321 MATH G8 WY Geometry PROF Proficient They communicate problem-solving method 1322 MATH G8 WY Geometry BASIC Basic 8th grade students performing at a basic leve 1323 MATH G8 WY Geometry BASIC Basic Students recognize similar and congruent ob 1324 MATH G8 WY Geometry BASIC Basic Students may use the appropriate strategies 1325 MATH G8 WY Geometry BASIC Basic They communicate their problem-solving me 1326 MATH G8 WY Geometry BBASIC Below BasicThe students at the below basic level require 1327 MATH G8 WY MeasurementADV1 Advanced 8th grade students performing at an advance 1328 MATH G8 WY MeasurementADV1 Advanced They estimate, measure, and calculate using 1329 MATH G8 WY MeasurementADV1 Advanced Students provide valid and convincing eviden 1330 MATH G8 WY MeasurementADV1 Advanced They use coherent and clear mathematical la 1331 MATH G8 WY MeasurementPROF Proficient 8th grade students performing at a proficien 1332 MATH G8 WY MeasurementPROF Proficient They estimate, measure, and calculate using 1333 MATH G8 WY MeasurementPROF Proficient Students use mathematical language to com 1334 MATH G8 WY MeasurementBASIC Basic 8th grade students performing at a basic leve 1335 MATH G8 WY MeasurementBASIC Basic They inconsistently estimate, measure, and c 1336 MATH G8 WY MeasurementBASIC Basic Students use minimal or incorrect mathemat 1337 MATH G8 WY MeasurementBBASIC Below BasicThe students at the below basic level require 1303 MATH G8 WY ADV1 Advanced Number Operations & Concepts 8th grade students performing at an advance 1304 MATH G8 WY ADV1 Advanced Number Operations & Concepts They demonstrate computational fluency reg 1305 MATH G8 WY ADV1 Advanced Number Operations & Concepts Students use coherent and clear mathematic 1306 MATH G8 WY PROF Proficient Number Operations & Concepts 8th grade students performing at a proficien 1307 MATH G8 WY PROF Proficient Number Operations & Concepts They demonstrate computational fluency wi 1308 MATH G8 WY PROF Proficient Number Operations & Concepts Students use mathematical language to com 1309 MATH G8 WY BASIC Basic Number 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students performing at a basic le 2136 MATH HS WY BASIC Basic Data Analysis & Statistics They collect, represent, and report informati 2137 MATH HS WY BASIC Basic Data Analysis & Statistics They predict probable outcomes using conce 2138 MATH HS WY BASIC Basic Data Analysis & Statistics Students use minimal or incorrect mathemat 2139 MATH HS WY BBASIC Below BasicThe students at the below basic level require Data Analysis & Statistics 2094 MATH HS WY Geometry ADV1 Advanced 11th grade students performing at an advanc 2095 MATH HS WY Geometry ADV1 Advanced Students explain, apply, and validate linear, p 2096 MATH HS WY Geometry ADV1 Advanced They communicate reasoning and solutions u 2097 MATH HS WY Geometry PROF Proficient 11th grade students performing at a proficie 2098 MATH HS WY Geometry PROF Proficient They explain, and apply linear, planar, and sp 2099 MATH HS WY Geometry PROF Proficient Students use mathematical language to com 2100 MATH HS WY Geometry BASIC Basic 11th grade students performing at a basic le 2101 MATH HS WY Geometry BASIC Basic They attempt to explain and apply linear, pla 2102 MATH HS WY Geometry BASIC Basic Students communicate their thought proces 2103 MATH HS WY Geometry BBASIC Below BasicThe students at the below basic level require 2104 MATH HS WY MeasurementADV1 Advanced 11th grade students performing at an advanc 2105 MATH HS WY MeasurementADV1 Advanced Students apply relationships between units o 2106 MATH HS WY MeasurementADV1 Advanced They determine perimeter/circumference, a 2107 MATH HS WY MeasurementADV1 Advanced Students communicate reasoning and solutio 2108 MATH HS WY MeasurementPROF Proficient 11th grade students performing at a proficie 2109 MATH HS WY MeasurementPROF Proficient Students apply relationships between units o 2110 MATH HS WY MeasurementPROF Proficient They determine perimeter/circumference, a 2111 MATH HS WY MeasurementPROF Proficient Students use mathematical language to com 2112 MATH HS WY MeasurementBASIC Basic 11th grade students performing at a basic le 2113 MATH HS WY MeasurementBASIC Basic Students attempt to apply relationships betw 2114 MATH HS WY MeasurementBASIC Basic They determine perimeter/circumference, a 2115 MATH HS WY Measurement BASIC Basic Students use minimal or incorrect mathemat 2116 MATH HS WY Measurement BBASIC Below BasicThe students at the below basic level require 2084 MATH HS WY ADV1 Advanced Number Operations & Concepts 11th grade students performing at an advanc 2085 MATH HS WY ADV1 Advanced Number Operations & Concepts They demonstrate computational fluency reg 2086 MATH HS WY ADV1 Advanced Number Operations & Concepts Students use coherent and clear mathematic 2087 MATH HS WY PROF Proficient Number Operations & Concepts 11th grade students performing at a proficie 2088 MATH HS WY PROF Proficient Number Operations & Concepts They demonstrate computational fluency wi 2089 MATH HS WY PROF Proficient Number Operations & Concepts Students use mathematical language to com 2090 MATH HS WY BASIC Basic Number Operations & Concepts 11th grade students performing at a basic le 2091 MATH HS WY BASIC Basic Number Operations & Concepts They demonstrate limited computational ski 2092 MATH HS WY BASIC Basic Number Operations & Concepts Students use minimal or incorrect mathemat 2093 MATH HS WY BBASIC Below BasicThe students at the below basic level require Number Operations & Concepts 12086 SCIENCE G4 WY ADV1 Concepts and Processes They compare cycles of change to see patter 12087 SCIENCE G4 WY ADV1 Concepts and Processes Students make generalizations about cause-e 12085 SCIENCE G4 WY ADV1 Concepts and Processes Students identify adaptations of plants and a 12084 SCIENCE G4 WY ADV1 Concepts and Processes The cognitive complexity for students at this 12083 SCIENCE G4 WY ADV1 Concepts and Processes 4th grade students at the advanced level, in 12094 SCIENCE G4 WY PROF Concepts and Processes They describe, predict, investigate, and reco 12093 SCIENCE G4 WY PROF Concepts and Processes Students show connections between living th 12092 SCIENCE G4 WY PROF Concepts and Processes They give examples of observable cycles and 12091 SCIENCE G4 WY PROF Concepts and Processes Students use observable characteristics to de 12090 SCIENCE G4 WY PROF Concepts and Processes In addition to these levels of performance, st 12089 SCIENCE G4 WY PROF Concepts and Processes The cognitive complexity for students at this 12088 SCIENCE G4 WY PROF Concepts and Processes 4th grade students at the proficient level dem 12099 SCIENCE G4 WY BASIC Concepts and Processes With support, students demonstrate or expla 12097 SCIENCE G4 WY BASIC Concepts and Processes The cognitive complexity at this level identifi 12098 SCIENCE G4 WY BASIC Concepts and Processes They describe and record some characteristi 12096 SCIENCE G4 WY BASIC Concepts and Processes With support, they make connections to rela 12095 SCIENCE G4 WY BASIC Concepts and Processes 4th grade students at the basic level demons 12101 SCIENCE G4 WY BBASIC Concepts and Processes The cognitive complexity for students at this 12100 SCIENCE G4 WY BBASIC Concepts and Processes 4th grade students at the below basic level r 12116 SCIENCE G4 WY ADV1 Students Decisions History & Nature of Sci. in Personal & Social take action to address resource con 12115 SCIENCE G4 WY ADV1 Students Decisions History & Nature of Sci. in Personal & Social choose a scientist and explain the i 12114 SCIENCE G4 WY ADV1 4th grade students History & Nature of Sci. in Personal & Social Decisions at the advanced level, in 12118 SCIENCE G4 WY PROF Students Decisions History & Nature of Sci. in Personal & Social describe the contributions of scient 12119 SCIENCE G4 WY PROF Students Decisions History & Nature of Sci. in Personal & Social identify and thoughtfully describe l 12117 SCIENCE G4 WY PROF 4th grade students History & Nature of Sci. in Personal & Social Decisions at the proficient level giv 12120 SCIENCE G4 WY BASIC 4th grade students History & Nature of Sci. in Personal & Social Decisions at the basic level describe 12121 SCIENCE G4 WY BBASIC 4th grade students History & Nature of Sci. in Personal & Social Decisions at the below basic level r 12104 SCIENCE G4 WY ADV1 Science as Inquiry They give various logical examples of applica 12103 SCIENCE G4 WY ADV1 Science as Inquiry Students conduct a simple investigation, usin 12102 SCIENCE G4 WY ADV1 Science as Inquiry 4th grade students at the advanced level, in 12109 SCIENCE G4 WY PROF Science as Inquiry Students consistently and independently rec 12108 SCIENCE G4 WY PROF Science as Inquiry Students communicate results, consistently u 12107 SCIENCE G4 WY PROF Science as Inquiry Students accurately represent data using gra 12106 SCIENCE G4 WY PROF Science as Inquiry Given a scenario, students pose questions, m 12105 SCIENCE G4 WY PROF Science as Inquiry 4th grade students at the proficient level, wh 12112 SCIENCE G4 WY BASIC Science as Inquiry With support, students recognize safety sym 12110 SCIENCE G4 WY BASIC Science as Inquiry 4th grade students at the basic level, given a 12111 SCIENCE G4 WY BASIC Science as Inquiry Students attempt to apply results to daily life 12113 SCIENCE G4 WY BBASIC Science as Inquiry 4th grade students at the below basic level r 12124 SCIENCE G8 WY ADV1 Concepts and Processes They extend many of the higher level thinkin 12122 SCIENCE G8 WY ADV1 Concepts and Processes 8th grade students at the advanced level, in 12123 SCIENCE G8 WY ADV1 Concepts and Processes The cognitive complexity for students at this 12128 SCIENCE G8 WY PROF Concepts and Processes In addition to these levels of performance, st 12125 SCIENCE G8 WY PROF Concepts and Processes 8th grade students at the proficient level dem 12126 SCIENCE G8 WY PROF Concepts and Processes They make connections to related unifying c 12127 SCIENCE G8 WY PROF Concepts and Processes The cognitive complexity at this level identifi 12131 SCIENCE G8 WY BASIC Concepts and Processes The cognitive complexity at this level identifi 12129 SCIENCE G8 WY BASIC Concepts and Processes 8th grade students at the basic level demons 12130 SCIENCE G8 WY BASIC Concepts and Processes With support, they make connections to rela 12133 SCIENCE G8 WY BBASIC Concepts and Processes The cognitive complexity at this level identifi 12132 SCIENCE G8 WY BBASIC Concepts and Processes 8th grade students at the below basic level r 12144 SCIENCE G8 WY ADV1 Students Decisions History & Nature of Sci. in Personal & Social independently research how scient 12143 SCIENCE G8 WY ADV1 8th grade students History & Nature of Sci. in Personal & Social Decisions at the advanced level, in 12146 SCIENCE G8 WY PROF When given a situation, students use scientif History & Nature of Sci. in Personal & Social Decisions 12147 SCIENCE G8 WY PROF Students Decisions History & Nature of Sci. in Personal & Social explore a variety of careers in scien 12145 SCIENCE G8 WY PROF 8th grade students History & Nature of Sci. in Personal & Social Decisions at the proficient level exa 12148 SCIENCE G8 WY BASIC 8th grade students History & Nature of Sci. in Personal & Social Decisions at the basic level, with su 12149 SCIENCE G8 WY BBASIC 8th grade students History & Nature of Sci. in Personal & Social Decisions at the below basic level r 12135 SCIENCE G8 WY ADV1 Science as Inquiry Students analyze information to provide new 12134 SCIENCE G8 WY ADV1 Science as Inquiry 8th grade students at the advanced level, in 12138 SCIENCE G8 WY PROF Science as Inquiry Using written, oral, and visual means, they a 12139 SCIENCE G8 WY PROF Science as Inquiry Students consistently use equipment and tec 12137 SCIENCE G8 WY PROF Science as Inquiry Students clearly and accurately communicat 12136 SCIENCE G8 WY PROF Science as Inquiry 8th grade students at the proficient level, wh 12141 SCIENCE G8 WY BASIC Science as Inquiry Students demonstrate limited use of scientif 12140 SCIENCE G8 WY BASIC Science as Inquiry 8th grade students at the basic level require 12142 SCIENCE G8 WY BBASIC Science as Inquiry 8th grade students at the below basic level r 10031 SCIENCE HS WY ADV1 Gr Concepts and Processes 11 Students extend many of the higher level thi 10030 SCIENCE HS WY ADV1 Gr Concepts and Processes 11 The cognitive complexity for students at this 10029 SCIENCE HS WY ADV1 Gr Concepts and Processes 11 11th grade students at the advanced level, in 10033 SCIENCE HS WY PROF Gr Concepts and Processes 11 Students make connections to the major rela 10034 SCIENCE HS WY PROF Gr Concepts and Processes 11 The cognitive complexity at this level identifi 10035 SCIENCE HS WY PROF Gr Concepts and Processes 11 In addition to these levels of performance, st 10032 SCIENCE HS WY PROF Gr Concepts and Processes 11 11th grade students at the proficient level de 10037 SCIENCE HS WY BASIC Gr Concepts and Processes 11 With support, they make connections to rela 10038 SCIENCE HS WY BASIC Gr Concepts and Processes 11 The cognitive complexity for students at this 10036 SCIENCE HS WY BASIC Gr Concepts and Processes 11 11th grade students at the basic level demon 10039 SCIENCE HS WY BBASIC Gr Concepts and Processes 11 11th grade students at the below basic level 10040 SCIENCE HS WY BBASIC Gr Concepts and Processes 11 The cognitive complexity for students at this 10054 SCIENCE HS WY ADV1 in Personal & Social evaluate complex relationships wit History & Nature of Sci.Gr 11 Students Decisions 10055 SCIENCE HS WY ADV1 in Personal & Social explore a variety of careers in scien History & Nature of Sci.Gr 11 Students Decisions 10053 SCIENCE HS WY ADV1 in Personal & Social Decisions at the advanced level, in History & Nature of Sci.Gr 11 11th grade students 10062 SCIENCE HS WY PROF in Personal & Social explore a variety of careers in scien History & Nature of Sci.Gr 11 Students Decisions 10061 SCIENCE HS WY PROF in Personal & Social apply science concepts to investiga 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ADV1 Science as Inquiry Gr 11 11th grade students at the advanced level, in 10042 SCIENCE HS WY ADV1 Science as Inquiry Gr 11 Students analyze information to provide new 10047 SCIENCE HS WY PROF Science as Inquiry Gr 11 Students accurately describe the role techno 10048 SCIENCE HS WY PROF Science as Inquiry Gr 11 Students choose and safely use appropriate 10045 SCIENCE HS WY PROF Science as Inquiry Gr 11 Students draw appropriate conclusions, base 10046 SCIENCE HS WY PROF Science as Inquiry Gr 11 They accurately communicate the results of 10043 SCIENCE HS WY PROF Science as Inquiry Gr 11 11th grade students at the proficient level de 10044 SCIENCE HS WY PROF Science as Inquiry Gr 11 Students appropriately represent the data ob 10051 SCIENCE HS WY BASIC Science as Inquiry Gr 11 Students demonstrate limited use of scientif 10049 SCIENCE HS WY BASIC Science as Inquiry Gr 11 11th grade students at the basic level gather 10050 SCIENCE HS WY BASIC Science as Inquiry Gr 11 With support, students use written, oral, and 10052 SCIENCE HS WY BBASIC Science as Inquiry Gr 11 11th grade students at the below basic level s the knowledge and skills necessary to successfully perform the tasks and assignments appropriately expected of a student at the grade ehend textbooks and other materials typically used at grade 4 or above ehend, with some teacher assistance, textbooks and other materials typically used at grade 4 or below ehend, with varying degrees of difficulty, materials written below a grade 4 level ho score at this level possess the knowledge and skills necessary to successfully perform the tasks and assignments appropriately expecte students who score at this level can comprehend textbooks and other materials used at grade 8 or above ho score at this level can comprehend, with some teacher assistance, textbooks and other materials typically used at grade 8 or below ho score at this level can comprehend, with varying degrees of difficulty, materials written below a grade 8 level ho score in this range on the Reading for Information test demonstrate a thoughtful and thorough understanding of the text these students include insightful inferences and judgments about the text and make meaningful connections among ideas in the text ho score in this range on the Reading for Information test demonstrate an adequate understanding of the text ents often include inferences and judgments about the text and make adequate connections among ideas in the text ho score in this range on the Reading for Information test demonstrate a limited understanding of the text ents may include some inferences and judgments about the text and make weak connections among ideas in the text ho score in this range on the Reading for Information test demonstrate a cursory understanding of the text these students show few of the skills necessary to evaluate the text or to make connections among ideas in the text students who score in this range on the Response to Literature test demonstrate perceptive and insightful understanding of the text with typically contain judgments about the literary quality of the text that are well supported with evidence from the text and/or experience etation of the text is usually supported with connections between the text and other experiences or sources students who score in this range on the Response to Literature test demonstrate an adequate understanding of the text with some eviden typically contain judgments about the literary quality of the text and/or experience etation of the text is usually plausible with some connections between the text and other experiences or sources students who score in this range on the Response to Literature test demonstrate some understanding of the text with limited evidence of typically contain judgments about the literary quality of the text that tend to have little or no support ns between the text and other sources and/or experiences are usually limited and lack depth of understanding or are unsupported students who score in this range on the Response to Literature test demonstrate a very limited or superficial understanding of the text wi usually contain no meaningful connections between the text and other sources or experiences of or appreciation for the literary qualities of the text is often lacking or unsupported nt scored at the Advanced level on the grade 4 Mathematics test students who score at this level possess the knowledge and skills necessary to perform tasks and assignments expected of 4th graders ind ents demonstrate well-developed conceptual understanding and computational skills as well as an advanced ability to solve complex and nt scored at the Goal level on the grade 4 cs test Generally, students who score at this level possess the knowledge and skills necessary to perform the tasks and assignments expe ents demonstrate well-developed computational skills, conceptual understanding, and problem-solving skills nt scored at the Proficient level on the grade 4 Mathematics test students who score at this level demonstrate well-developed computational skills and adequately developed conceptual understanding, b nt scored at the Basic level on the grade 4 Mathematics test students who score at this level demonstrate adequately developed computational skills, but limited conceptual understanding and probl nt scored at the Below Basic level on the grade 4 Mathematics test students who score at this level demonstrate some computational skills, but very limited conceptual understanding and problem-solving nt scored at the Advanced level on the grade 4 Mathematics test students who score at this level possess the knowledge and skills to perform the tasks and assignments expected of 8th graders independ ents demonstrate well-developed conceptual understanding and computational and problem-solving skills, as well as an advanced ability nt scored at the Goal level on the grade 8 Mathematics test students who score at this level possess the knowledge and skills necessary to perform the tasks and assignments expected of 8th grader ents demonstrate well-developed computational skills, conceptual understanding, and problem-solving abilities nt scored at the Proficient level on the grade 8 Mathematics test students who score at this level demonstrate adequate computational skills and conceptual understanding and partially developed proble nt scored at the Basic level on the grade 8 Mathematics test students who score at this level demonstrate limited computational skills, very limited conceptual understanding, and problem-solving sk nt scored at the Below Basic level on the grade 8 Mathematics test students who score at this level demonstrate very limited computational skills, conceptual understanding, and problem-solving skills nt scored at the advanced level on the Mathematics test students who score at this level demonstrate an advanced understanding of the concepts and skills expected of Connecticut high school s ents demonstrate well-developed problem solving skills and the ability to apply what they know to complex problems and effectively com nt scored at the goal level on the Mathematics test students who score at this level demonstrate a strong understanding of the concepts and skills expected of Connecticut high school stude ents have the problem solving skills required to apply what they know to complex problems and effectively communicate their understan nt scored at the proficient level on the Mathematics test students who score at this level demonstrate an adequate understanding of the concepts and skills expected of Connecticut high school s ents show some strengths in computing and estimating skills but have partially developed ability to solve problems and/or communicate nt scored at the basic level on the Mathematics test students who score at this level demonstrate a limited understanding of the concepts and skills expected of Connecticut high school stude ents have difficulty solving problems and communicating their understanding nt scored at the below basic level on the Mathematics test students who score at this level demonstrate a poor understanding of the concepts and skills expected of Connecticut high school studen ents usually cannot solve problems or communicate mathematically ish to contact the school to discuss these results ho score at this level demonstrate an exceptional understanding of the scientific concepts and inquiry skills described in the Core Science ow objects in the solar system are in a regular and predictable motion. he major role of water in shaping the earth's surface. ow earth materials provide resources for all living things, understanding that these resources are limited and should be conserved. hysical and chemical properties of earth materials. hysical and chemical properties of earth materials. ow earth materials provide resources for all living things, understanding that these resources are limited and should be conserved. he major role of water in shaping the earth's surface. ow objects in the solar system are in a regular and predictable motion. ho score at this level demonstrate a strong understanding of the scientific concepts and inquiry skills described in the Core Science Curric ho score at this level demonstrate an adequate understanding of the scientific concepts and inquiry skills described in the Core Science C he major role of water in shaping the earth's surface. ow objects in the solar system are in a regular and predictable motion. ow earth materials provide resources for all living things, understanding that these resources are limited and should be conserved. hysical and chemical properties of earth materials. hysical and chemical properties of earth materials. ow earth materials provide resources for all living things, understanding that these resources are limited and should be conserved. he major role of water in shaping the earth's surface. ow objects in the solar system are in a regular and predictable motion. ho score at this level demonstrate partial understanding of the scientific concepts and inquiry skills described in the Core Science Curricul ow objects in the solar system are in a regular and predictable motion. he major role of water in shaping the earth's surface. ho score at this level demonstrate a limited understanding of the scientific concepts and inquiry skills described in the Core Science Curric ow earth materials provide resources for all living things, understanding that these resources are limited and should be conserved. hysical and chemical properties of earth materials. ow humans have the capacity to build and use tools to advance the quality of their lives. ow perceiving and responding to information about the environment is critical to the survival of organisms. ho score at this level demonstrate an exceptional understanding of the scientific concepts and inquiry skills described in the Core Science ow organisms depend on the living 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depend on the living and non-living features of the environment for survival. ho score at this level demonstrate a limited understanding of the scientific concepts and inquiry skills described in the Core Science Curric ow electrical and magnetic energy can be transferred and transformed. ound and light as forms of energy. ow the position and motion of objects can be changed by pushing or pulling. operties of materials through the use of simple tests. ho score at this level demonstrate an exceptional understanding of the scientific concepts and inquiry skills described in the Core Science operties of materials through the use of simple tests. ow electrical and magnetic energy can be transferred and transformed. ound and light as forms of energy. ow the position and motion of objects can be changed by pushing or pulling. ho score at this level demonstrate a strong understanding of the scientific concepts and inquiry skills described in the Core Science Curric ound and light as forms of energy. ow electrical and magnetic energy can be transferred and transformed. ow the position and motion of objects can be changed by pushing or pulling. operties of materials through the use of simple tests. ho score at this level demonstrate an adequate understanding of the scientific concepts and inquiry skills described in the Core Science C operties of materials through the use of simple tests. ow the position and motion of objects can be changed by pushing or pulling. ow electrical and magnetic energy can be transferred and transformed. ound and light as forms of energy. ho score at this level demonstrate partial understanding of the scientific concepts and inquiry skills described in the Core Science Curricul ound and light as forms of energy. ow electrical and magnetic energy can be transferred and transformed. ow the position and motion of objects can be changed by pushing or pulling. operties of materials through the use of simple tests. ho score at this level demonstrate a limited understanding of the scientific concepts and inquiry skills described in the Core Science Curric rement tools and standard units (e.g., centimeters, meters, grams, kilograms) to describe objects and materials. matics to analyze, interpret and present data. itique and communicate investigations using words, graphs and drawings. o construct reasonable explanations. rvations and ask questions about objects, organisms, and the environment. conduct simple investigations. mple equipment and measuring tools to gather data and extend the senses. ho score at this level demonstrate an exceptional understanding of the scientific concepts and inquiry skills described in the Core Science matics to analyze, interpret and present data. rement tools and standard units (e.g., centimeters, meters, grams, kilograms) to describe objects and materials. itique and communicate investigations using words, graphs and drawings. conduct simple investigations. mple equipment and measuring tools to gather 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describe objects and materials. conduct simple investigations. mple equipment and measuring tools to gather data and extend the senses. o construct reasonable explanations. itique and communicate investigations using words, graphs and drawings. rvations and ask questions about objects, organisms, and the environment. ho score at this level demonstrate partial understanding of the scientific concepts and inquiry skills described in the Core Science Curricul matics to analyze, interpret and present data. itique and communicate investigations using words, graphs and drawings. rement tools and standard units (e.g., centimeters, meters, grams, kilograms) to describe objects and materials. o construct reasonable explanations. rvations and ask questions about objects, organisms, and the environment. conduct simple investigations. mple equipment and measuring tools to gather data and extend the senses. ho score at this level demonstrate a limited understanding of the scientific concepts and inquiry skills described in the Core Science Curric ow landforms are the result of the interaction of constructive and destructive forces over time. ow the solar system is composed of planets and other objects that orbit the sun. ow water moving across and through earth materials carries with it the products of human activities. ow variations in the amount of the sun's energy hitting the Earth's surface affect daily and seasonal weather patterns. ho score at this level demonstrate an exceptional understanding of the scientific concepts and inquiry skills described in the Core Science ow the solar system is composed of planets and other objects that orbit the sun. ow landforms are the result of the interaction of constructive and destructive forces over time. ow variations in the amount of the sun's energy hitting the Earth's surface affect daily and seasonal weather patterns. ow water moving across and through earth materials carries with it the products of human activities. ho score at this level demonstrate a strong understanding of the scientific concepts and inquiry skills described in the Core Science Curric ow the solar system is composed of planets and other objects that orbit the sun. ow landforms are the result of the interaction of constructive and destructive forces over time. ow water moving across and through earth materials carries with it the products of human activities. ow variations in the amount of the sun's energy hitting the Earth's surface affect daily and seasonal weather patterns. ho score at this level demonstrate an adequate understanding of the scientific concepts and inquiry skills described in the Core Science Fr ow landforms are the result of the interaction of constructive and destructive forces over time. ow the solar system is composed of planets and other objects that orbit the sun. ow water moving across and through earth materials carries with it the products of human activities. ow variations in the amount of the sun's energy 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demonstrate a limited understanding of the scientific concepts and inquiry skills described in the Core Science Curric ow in the design of structures there is a need to consider factors such as function, materials, safety, cost and appearance. ow energy provides the ability to do work and that it can exist in many forms. ow an object's inertia causes it to continue moving the way it is moving unless it is acted upon by another force. terials as pure substances or mixtures, depending on their chemical and physical properties. ho score at this level demonstrate an exceptional understanding of the scientific concepts and inquiry skills described in the Core Science ow an object's inertia causes it to continue moving the way it is moving unless it is acted upon by another force. ow in the design of structures there is a need to consider factors such as function, materials, safety, cost and appearance. ow energy provides the ability to do work and that it can exist in many forms. terials as 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to make observations and gather data. matical operations to analyze and interpret data. d present relationships between variables in appropriate graphs. dependent and dependent variables, and those variables that are kept constant, when designing an experiment. conduct appropriate types of scientific investigations to answer different questions. estions that can be answered through scientific investigation. ributes of credible scientific claims in different sources of information. ho score at this level demonstrate an exceptional understanding of the scientific concepts and inquiry skills described in the Core Science d present relationships between variables in appropriate graphs. usions and identify sources of error. planations to investigated problems or questions. matical operations to analyze and interpret data. priate tools and techniques to make observations and gather data. dependent and dependent variables, and those variables that are kept constant, when designing an 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level demonstrate an adequate understanding of the scientific concepts and inquiry skills described in the Core Science Fr planations to investigated problems or questions. usions and identify sources of error. matical operations to analyze and interpret data. d present relationships between variables in appropriate graphs. priate tools and techniques to make observations and gather data. dependent and dependent variables, and those variables that are kept constant, when designing an experiment. conduct appropriate types of scientific investigations to answer different questions. estions that can be answered through scientific investigation. ributes of credible scientific claims in different sources of information. ho score at this level demonstrate partial understanding of the scientific concepts and inquiry skills described in the Core Science Curricul planations to investigated problems or questions. d present relationships between variables in appropriate graphs. usions and 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consistently understand and evaluate the use of a range of literary devices (e.g., word ade readers who meet state standards comprehend a variety of types of literary and informational grade-appropriate texts rs that can understand and identify a majority of the important ideas in the text and can frequently support their ideas with relevant infor ade readers at the "meets standards" level usually use knowledge of text structure to recall and understand important information aders that usually identify explicit main ideas and several supporting details, infer implicit main ideas and use details as supporting eviden ade readers at this level usually draw logical conclusions using evidence in the text and their own knowledge ade readers usually understand the broad meanings of a text such as theme or authorâ€™s purpose and use clues in the text to understan ndards" readers read grade-appropriate texts fluently, apply word analysis skills when needed to recognize words and use a variety 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Errors in comprehension and overgeneralizations are ade readers at the "below standards" level inconsistently use knowledge of text structure to recall and understand important information aders that identify some explicit main ideas and some supporting details; however, they seldom infer implicit main ideas aders that use few supporting ideas, and the supporting ideas they do use may be inappropriate or irrelevant aders that often have difficulties distinguishing between main ideas and details and rely too much on specific pieces of information since t ade readers at this level occasionally draw logical conclusions using evidence in the text and their own knowledge. Readers at this level ov aders that rely too much on their own knowledge and inconsistently use clues in the text to understand basic character traits and motives ndards" readers seldom apply word analysis skills to recognize words but may occasionally use a variety of strategies to determine the me ders at this level generally lack awareness of literary devices (e.g., word choice, language structure, figurative language, point of view, etc ade readers at the "academic warning" level have significant difficulty comprehending a variety of types of literary and informational grad aders that understand and identify few of the important ideas in the text and are rarely able to support their ideas with relevant informati aders that frequently rely more on their own knowledge and ideas than on the text ade readers at the "academic warning" level seldom use knowledge of text structure to recall and understand important information aders that identify few explicit main ideas and supporting details, rely too much on specific pieces of information, are easily misled by irre ade readers at this level over-generalize concepts and ideas ade readers that rely on specific episodes or details rather than extending these to understand themes or author purpose aders that rely too much on their own knowledge and rarely use clues in the text to understand basic character traits and motives warning" readers inconsistently apply word analysis skills to recognize words and skip unfamiliar words or phrases essential to the under 8th grade readers at this level lack awareness of literary devices (e.g., word choice, language structure, figurative language, point of view the Exceeds Standards level demonstrate advanced knowledge and skills in reading vely apply knowledge and skills in comprehending a variety of complex literary and informational texts ho exceed the Standards identify and understand abstract themes and ideas in the text and support their ideas with relevant information connections among ideas. These readers analyze both the meaning and structure of the text to understand and apply important informa mplicit main ideas and draw logical conclusions based both on evidence in the text and their own knowledge ers understand the broad meanings that underlie a text and recognize multiple perspectives and interpretations ues in the text to understand complex character traits and motives ontext clues to determine the appropriate meaning of words that have multiple meanings and of words in figurative contexts ho exceed the Standards interpret and evaluate the use of a range of literary devices, including word choice, language structure, figurative the Meets Standards level demonstrate proficient knowledge and skills in reading ively apply knowledge and skills in comprehending a variety of challenging literary and informational texts ho meet the Standards demonstrate a general understanding of the important ideas in the text and support their ideas with relevant infor ers use knowledge of text structure to recall and understand important information connections between explicit main ideas and some implicit main ideas conclusions using evidence in the text and their own knowledge ers understand theme and authorâ€™s purpose. They use clues in the text to understand character traits and motives word analysis skills to recognize words and use strategies to determine the meaning of words in the text ho meet the Standards understand the use of a range of literary devices, including word choice, language structure, figurative language, a the Below Standards level demonstrate basic knowledge and skills in reading hey have gaps in their learning, readers at this level apply their knowledge and skills in comprehending literary and informational texts ha ho are below the Standards demonstrate a basic understanding of the important ideas in the text and support their ideas with general info ers identify and relate aspects of text structure to its overall meaning, recognize interpretations, and relate ideas in the text to their own times rely more on their own knowledge and ideas than on the text fy some explicit main ideas and important details and make simple generalizations about the main points ers understand basic character traits and motives in uncomplicated literary passages simple sequences of events and explain the relationships among the events word analysis skills and use context clues to determine the meaning of words in the text ho are below the Standards recognize basic literary elements and devices, including setting, point of view, conflict, foreshadowing, and fla the Academic Warning level demonstrate limited knowledge and skills in reading eaders at this level have major gaps in learning and apply knowledge and skills ineffectively, they demonstrate a general understanding of the Academic Warning level identify uncomplicated key concepts and simple details e basic details at the sentence and paragraph level nize basic text structures, such as memos, letters, poems, narratives, and instructions fy some explicit main ideas and locate some important details in the text ers identify explicit character traits. They recognize the proper placement of items in a sequence of events and recognize simple cause-an t the meaning of words defined within the text and infer the meaning of simple words not defined within the text the Academic Warning level recognize a few basic literary elements, such as setting, conflict, and plot ds student at fifth grade can solve multi-step problems and equations using whole numbers aders can solve equations and expressions using order of operations, and they demonstrate an understanding of number properties includ aders can construct algebraic expressions using variables to describe a pattern and/or represent an unknown quantity graders can analyze data from tables and graphs, transfer data from tables to graphs and make predictions based on implications from th aders are also able to estimate probabilities from experimental simulations students at the meets standards level can identify and extend geometric and numeric patterns and can write and solve one-step equatio aders can recognize and use variables to represent unknown quantities, and they demonstrate an understanding of number properties inc aders can plot and read ordered pairs in the positive quadrant rs who are below standards can identify geometric and numeric patterns aders can inconsistently solve one-step equations with whole numbers that involve the four fundamental operations aders recognize that variables represent unknown quantities, and they are beginning to develop an understanding of number properties, i aders can inconsistently plot and read ordered pairs in the positive quadrant rs at the academic warning level can inconsistently identify simple geometric and numeric patterns aders can inconsistently solve simple one-step equations that involve addition and subtraction aders are beginning to recognize that variables represent an unknown quantity rs at the academic warning level demonstrate an emerging ability to recognize number properties including commutative, zero and equal rs at the exceeds level can apply their knowledge of two- and three- dimensional objects to solve complex problems aders can identify, classify and compare relationships using points, lines, planes and solids aders apply their knowledge of polygonal relationships to compare and classify geometric figures aders recognize the effects of slides, flips and turns of shapes, and they identify relationships between radius, diameter and circumference rs at the meets standards level can compare and contrast the attributes of two- and three-dimensional shapes aders can identify geometric properties, including parallel, perpendicular, similar, congruent and line symmetry aders demonstrate an understanding of angle properties including right, acute, obtuse and straight angles, and they are able to determine rs at the below standards level can identify, compare and contrast the attributes of two-dimensional shapes, and they can inconsistently i aders can identify similar, congruent and symmetric figures and can locate the line(s) of symmetry in the latter aders can identify right angles and angles that are greater than and less than a right angle; however, they are inconsistent in their ability to rs at the academic warning level can identify the attributes of two-dimensional shapes and can inconsistently identify attributes of some t aders may be able to inconsistently identify symmetry and congruence aders may be able to locate some lines of symmetry in a figure aders may recognize a right angle but rarely recognize angles that are acute or obtuse rs at the exceeds level are able to make and use measurements to apply concepts of precision, accuracy and greatest possible error aders are able to use appropriate technology instruments and formulas to solve problems and interpret results aders can estimate conversions between measures within the customary and metric systems aders are able to make conversions within a system of measure to perform operations with compatible units graders can determine and compare area and perimeter using formulas and/or other strategies, and they can apply these concepts to so rs at the meets standards level are able to use tools to make measurements that are accurate within the range of precision of the instrum aders are also able to estimate a given measure and/or a conversion between measures within the customary and metric systems aders understand and apply concepts of perimeter and area rs at the below standards level are able to use tools to make measurements to the nearest whole and half unit aders can inconsistently estimate a given measure within the customary system aders are beginning to demonstrate an understanding of area and perimeter aders can calculate area and perimeter by counting squares and linear units on a grid, and they can inconsistently determine perimeter by rs at the academic warning level use tools inconsistently to make measurements to the nearest whole unit aders can occasionally estimate a given measure within the customary system aders demonstrate a limited understanding of area and perimeter, and they can inconsistently calculate area and perimeter by counting u rs at the exceeds level are able to collect, organize, interpret, compare and analyze data and make predictions and decisions based on tha aders apply the concepts of mean, median, mode and range in data analysis aders determine and apply basic properties of probability to solve problems, and they compare the likelihood of events in terms of "certa aders are also able to estimate probabilities from experimental simulations rs at the meets standards level are able to collect, organize, interpret, analyze and display data aders can determine mean, median, mode and range aders have the ability to predict outcomes from experiments involving chance, and they can calculate the probability of a simple event students at the below standards level can read and interpret information contained in tables, charts and graphs aders also able to collect and display data aders can inconsistently determine mean and range from a given set of data aders are able to calculate simple probabilities and can inconsistently predict the outcome of an event students at the academic warning level can inconsistently read and interpret information contained in tables, charts and graphs aders may be able to collect and display data but are rarely able to make predictions based on that data aders are able to inconsistently calculate simple probabilities, and they can occasionally predict the outcome of an event rs whose measured performance exceeds standards demonstrate a knowledge and sense of numbers that allows them to apply their und aders are able to order and compare whole numbers, decimals and fractions with like and unlike denominators and to apply these skills in aders can convert between improper fractions and mixed numbers, and they demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between f aders can apply their understanding of ratios, proportions and percents to solve one- and two- step problems involving these concepts aders can describe the relationship between two sets of data using appropriate notations graders are able to apply estimation skills to predict solutions to complex problems re, the 5th graders have the ability to test the validity of logical arguments rs whose measured performance meets standards demonstrate a knowledge and sense of numbers that allows them to order and compa aders are able to solve practical one- and two-step problems involving whole numbers using addition, subtraction, multiplication and divis aders can add and subtract decimals and simple fractions and can translate and solve word problems that involve these concepts and skill aders have a conceptual understanding of ratios, proportions and percents and are able to extend that understanding to the solution of si graders are able to round whole numbers and decimals to a specified place and can use rounding and estimation skills to predict solution rs whose measured performance is below standards are generally able to order and compare whole numbers, simple fractions and decim aders are usually able to solve one-step problems involving whole numbers using addition, subtraction, multiplication and division aders are beginning to develop the ability to solve simple problems using fractions and decimals aders can identify and name a ratio that describes a given situation and are beginning to recognize simple percents aders are also able to round whole numbers to a specified place and can often round decimals to the tenths and hundredths fifth graders at this level use a single strategy to solve problems rs at the academic warning level are generally able to order and compare whole numbers aders can identify simple fractions and decimals and can compare simple fractions with like denominators aders can inconsistently solve one-step problems with whole numbers using the four operations aders can inconsistently identify a ratio that describes a given situation aders are very limited in their ability to estimate; however, they are sometimes able to round whole numbers to a specified place value fifth graders at this level have difficulty identifying an appropriate strategy for solving problems ly, eighth grade students at the exceeds standards level are able to translate a relationship into symbols and solve multi-step equations in valuate formulas and expressions involving the four fundamental operations with rational numbers so capable of graphing inequalities on a number line or a coordinate plane ents can interpret the slope of a line in various ways ly, eighth grade students at the meets level can solve simple equations of one- or two-step equations that have integral or simple rationa so evaluate algebraic expressions using order of operations and implied multiplication procedures an evaluate formulas and expressions that involve natural number exponents raph a given line with integral coefficients on a coordinate plane ents predict solutions to equations and numerical problems using estimation, rounding or mental mathematics to determine their respon ly, eighth grade students at the below standards level are inconsistent when translating into symbols and solving one-step equations that valuate formulas and expressions that apply these four operations to whole numbers ents are inconsistent in plotting ordered pairs of integers on a coordinate plane cognize basic patterns ly, eighth grade students at the academic warning level can translate into symbols and begin to solve simple one-step equations that invo ents can plot ordered pairs of integers on a coordinate plane in Quadrant I but may switch the order (x, y) ometrically, eighth grade students at the exceeds standards level can apply properties of two- and three- dimensional figures, including si ecognize and apply translations, reflections and rotations using a variety of figures with or without coordinates ents can demonstrate knowledge of relationships of parallel, perpendicular, similarity, congruency and symmetry between and within geo ally, eighth grade students at the meets level can apply relationships that involve lines, angles and two-dimensional shapes in a variety of assify triangles by angles and sides and draw conclusions from the relationships of parallel and perpendicular lines within common figure an apply the Pythagorean Theorem in common settings most of the time ally, eighth grade students at the below standards level can identify, compare and contrast the basic concepts of congruence, parallel, per not to know the Pythagorean Theorem ally, eighth grade students at the indicates academic warning level can sort, identify, and compare the basic concepts of parallel and perp de students at the exceeds standards level can consistently apply geometric formulas to determine perimeter, area, surface area and volu ents are able to reliably measure and estimate measures to a specified level of accuracy pply their knowledge of proportion and scale to a complex drawing or situation de students at the meets level can apply their geometric knowledge by making conversions between units of mass and capacity within a m an use proportions and interpret a simple scale drawing de students at the below standards level can make conversions between units of length within either the customary or metric system if th and are able to apply geometric formulas for perimeters and areas of simple geometric figures and can extend the use of these formulas ently cannot distinguish between surface area and volume situations ave a beginning conceptual knowledge of how to construct a simple scale drawing for a given situation. They can use scale to answer que de students at the academic warning level can begin to make conversions between units of length in a customary system if they are provid ble to apply formulas for perimeters and areas of simple geometric figures if given the formula; however, they may make an error in the c de students at the exceeds standards level are able to demonstrate knowledge of numbers to solve a wide variety of practical problems in a solid conceptual understanding of the interrelationships among fractions, decimals and percents and their connections with proportion ents are able to apply their knowledge of primes, factors, divisors, multiples common factors and common multiples in solving problems pply these skills in combination with estimation and rounding to predict reasonable solutions to multi-step complex problems ents are able to recognize and apply patterns in various ways de students at the meets standards level are able to demonstrate knowledge of numbers to solve practical problems that involve integers understand variables and solve equations using one variable ents are able to use their knowledge of primes, factors, divisors, multiples, common factors and common multiples in solving problems ents can establish ratios and relate them to proportions in common problem settings with which they are familiar of percentages allows them to handle simple situations that involve each type of percent usage such as determining interest, sales tax or on competently in routine settings and those that require minimal extensions from their previous experiences de students at the below standards level are able to apply numerical knowledge to identify and use the correct fundamental operation for eal with practical mathematical situations that arise from the students own experience ents understand place value but frequently make mistakes using order of operations, and they have some understanding of basic operatio xpress simple common ratios but lack the ability to construct related proportions ents are able to determine the reasonableness of given estimates and some solutions to numerical problems se a calculator for simple numerical operations y, eighth grade students at the academic warning level are only able to identify and use the correct fundamental operation for one-step p egin to deal with practical mathematical situations that arise from their own experience ents understand whole number place value and order of operations of whole numbers, but they have very little understanding of basic op problems expressing simple common ratios ents are able to determine the reasonableness of some given estimates de students at the exceeds standards level are capable of reading and interpreting complex statistical graphs, charts and tables , they are capable of calculating the probability and/or odds of a given event by constructing a sample space or computing using counting de students at the meets level can generalize from data tables, lists and graphs to predict future values and estimate values between given alculate mean, median, mode and range and make simple decisions about the effect of a change in data on those measures it a basic understanding of relative frequency probability involving common objects or games etermine the probability of a simple event and apply simple counting theory to a situation de students at the below standards level are sometimes capable of organizing, interpreting and analyzing data from provided surveys, tab erform simple experiments in probability and describe the results de students at the academic warning level can begin to interpret simple graphs from given data rstand the meaning of average and can compute simple means using a calculator are inconsistently made from given data erform simple experiments in probability hose algebraic work exceeds the Standards demonstrate a comprehensive, flexible, and widely applicable command of algebra ppropriate numerical, graphical, and algebraic representations to illustrate their work nize and represent patterns with variables and develop and use expressions to find solutions for non-routine problems pulate a wide range of equations, inequalities, and systems, both linear and nonlinear, in solving problems represented in algebraic form nize, manipulate, simplify, and evaluate algebraic expressions involving both polynomial and rational forms hose algebraic work exceeds the Standards distinguish between relations and functions and perform appropriate operations on functions uctively use tables, graphs, and algebraic expressions to represent functions and their related equations pret the relative rates of change involved in linear, quadratic, and exponential settings hose algebraic work exceeds the Standards recognize, model, and apply direct (y = kx) and inverse (y = k/x) variation in representing and l such real-world problems using logarithmic, exponential (growth and decay), and trigonometric functions and matrices hose algebraic work meets the Standards demonstrate a proficient command of algebra and apply it in a variety of settings truct and identify solutions for linear equations, inequalities, and systems of linear equations using appropriate numerical, graphical, or al ents simplify and evaluate linear and quadratic algebraic expressions fy solutions for quadratic equations through the use of numerical and graphical approaches, factoring, or the quadratic formula dentify solutions for simple exponential equations hose algebraic work meets the Standards identify and use linear, quadratic, and exponential functions in familiar settings ibe functional relationships using tables, graphs, and algebraic symbolism bular, graphical, or algebraic representation of a linear function, they determine its slope and intercepts hose algebraic work meets the Standards identify and apply direct and inverse variation e an algebraic expression or equation to model and identify solutions for contextual problems similar to those they have seen before hose algebraic work is below the Standards demonstrate basic knowledge of algebra and apply that knowledge only in routine problems fy solutions for some simple two-step linear equations (for example, 2x + 4 = 8) and most one-step equations (for example, x + 4 = 8) who hey demonstrate a limited ability to identify solutions for one- or two-step equations when the coefficients are negative integers, fraction hose algebraic work is below the Standards may use linear functions as models but demonstrate a limited ability to apply quadratic funct mine the general sign (positive or negative) of the slope of a line from graphical representations but demonstrate a limited ability to com ents evaluate simple algebraic expressions dentify simple linear relationships from tables, graphs, or algebra using technology when appropriate hose algebraic work is below the Standards recognize simple direct and inverse variations but demonstrate difficulty determining the con t create algebraic models for contextual problems beyond those that they have studied and drilled on in their classes hose algebraic work is at the Academic Warning level demonstrate limited knowledge of algebra and do not apply their knowledge in solv ents demonstrate major gaps in their conceptual and procedural understanding of algebra t evaluate algebraic expressions correctly and make errors of order of operation or with the signs of numbers when they attempt to do so nstrate a limited ability to identify solutions for even one-step equations hose algebraic work is at the Academic Warning level do not consistently identify, interpret, or apply linear functions nstrate little or no ability to interpret or manipulate quadratic expressions or equations nstrate limited ability to work with simple linear relationships using either tables or graphs hose algebraic work is at the Academic Warning level do not identify or use simple direct and inverse variation t apply algebraic models to represent or identify solutions for a contextual problem hose geometric work exceeds the Standards demonstrate a comprehensive, flexible, and widely applicable command of geometry and apply the properties and theorems that characterize segments, angles, and lines in polygonal or circular figures in two and three dim ents understand and apply theorems that describe the measures of congruent or similar figures in both two and three dimensions ruct formal proofs and logical arguments for geometric statements hose geometric work exceeds the Standards use trigonometric relationships to determine measures in both right and non-right triangles coordinate geometry in non-routine problems to find distances, prove properties of geometric figures, and describe congruence or simila ansformations to describe and investigate figures and relationships between them hose geometric work meets the Standards demonstrate a proficient command of geometry concepts and properties and apply them in a ents know and apply theorems involving segment lengths and angle measurements in triangles, special quadrilaterals (squares, rectangle pply theorems relating the measures of congruent or similar figures in the plane knowledge about the slopes of parallel and perpendicular lines ruct convincing inductive or deductive arguments for generalizations involving concepts from the geometry and algebra curricula hose geometric work meets the Standards use the Pythagorean theorem, special triangles (for example, 30Â°-60Â°-90Â° and 45Â°-45Â°-9 oordinate geometry to find the midpoint of a segment and the distance between two points in the plane ents identify and perform straightforward geometric transformations (for example, slides, reflections, and rotations) hose geometric work is below the Standards demonstrate basic knowledge of geometry and apply that knowledge only in routine proble nstrate a limited ability to apply properties involving angles, segments, 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While they identify parallel and perp ents state the major theorems about the corresponding measures of congruent or similar figures but demonstrate difficulty applying them w a simple, logical argument but demonstrate a very limited ability to construct a convincing argument involving a geometric or algebraic s hose geometric work is below the Standards use the Pythagorean theorem to find the hypotenuse of a right triangle; but demonstrate lim ledge of coordinate geometry and their use of ordered pairs to represent geometric concepts is limited to little more than plotting or loc hose geometric work is at the Academic Warning level demonstrate limited knowledge of geometry and do not apply that knowledge in s ents demonstrate major gaps in their conceptual and procedural understanding of geometry nize parallel or perpendicular lines, but do not state or apply properties concerning them nstrate difficulty identifying or discriminating between congruent or similar figures, especially when asked to find the measures of corres t follow a simple logical argument hose geometric work is at the Academic Warning level graph points on a coordinate grid or interpret data presented in such a fashion ine effective in using the Pythagorean theorem or any other method to determine indirect measurement or evaluate geometric expressions hose measurement work exceeds the Standards construct and identify solutions for proportions in a wide variety of non-routine settings nstrate a comprehensive, flexible, and widely applicable command of measurement , apply, and modify formulas in a wide variety of theoretical and applied measurement applications involving perimeter, area, volume, an ents choose appropriate units and scales, including nonlinear ones, for problem situations involving scale drawings nits of measure (dimensional analysis) to set up problems and determine the appropriate unit for the answer ert measures within and between the standard and metric systems of measurement hose measurement work exceeds the Standards determine numerical answers having appropriate degrees of accuracy mine the area and perimeter of regular and irregular two-dimensional figures he volume and surface area of regular and irregular three-dimensional figures hose measurement work exceeds the Standards use ratio and proportion, including trigonometric ratios, to describe the measures of geo mine the effect of a change in one measure (for example, side length) on other measures (such as area, volume, angle measure) in the sa hose measurement work meets the Standards demonstrate a proficient command of measurement and apply it in a variety of settings t and apply appropriate formulas in a variety of contextual measurement situations involving perimeter, area, volume, angle, time, tempe ents choose appropriate linear units and scales for problem situations, including the setting up and identification of solutions for problem umerical answers for measurement problems to a stated degree of accuracy ert measures within the metric and standard systems of measurement hose measurement work meets the Standards determine the area and perimeter of common two-dimensional geometric figures in the p ate similar measures for irregular figures composed of common regular figures ute the volume and surface area of common three-dimensional figures when the relevant formulas are provided hose measurement work meets the Standards use ratio and proportion to describe how a change in one measure (for example, side leng hose measurement work is below the Standards demonstrate basic knowledge of measurement and apply that knowledge only in routine a given formula in common measurement situations involving perimeter, area, time, temperature, and money when all the necessary inf ents demonstrate difficulty choosing appropriate linear units for simple problem situations involving measurement and demonstrate a lim nstrate difficulty determining answers to a stated degree of accuracy and converting basic measures within the metric and standard syste hose measurement work is below the Standards compute the area and perimeter of common two-dimensional geometric figures in the p hey may confuse the concepts of area and perimeter y to compute either the volume or surface area of common three-dimensional figures when the formulas are given is limited ses, they may confuse the concepts of volume and surface area hose measurement work is below the Standards may recognize that changing one measure in a figure (for example, side length) affects o hose measurement work is at the Academic Warning level demonstrate limited knowledge of measurement and do not apply that knowl ents demonstrate major gaps in their conceptual and procedural understanding of measurement a given formula in simple contexts involving the perimeter or area of rectangles and right triangles when all the necessary information is uch students experience difficulty using other formulas or dealing with measurements involving volume, time, temperature, and money uch students experience difficulty using other formulas or dealing with measurements involving volume, time, temperature, and money se inappropriate units or scales for problem situations involving measurement t interpret approximations or round measurements to a stated degree of accuracy dents recognize units within the metric and standard systems of measurement but do not convert measurements within the systems with hose measurement work is at the Academic Warning level confuse area and perimeter of simple two-dimensional geometric figures and ents also confuse facts related to measurements in polygons and circles hose measurement work is at the Academic Warning level may fail to recognize that changing one measure in a figure (for example, side hose number and operation work exceeds the Standards demonstrate a comprehensive, flexible, and widely applicable command of num nstrate a deep understanding of the concepts, properties, and operational skills of both the real and complex number systems ents represent real and complex numbers using coordinate and matrix forms mental mathematics skills and number facts and relationships in simplifying and evaluating numerical computations, as well as in making compare and order real numbers in any form, including radicals and powers-integral or rational hose number and operation work exceeds the Standards determine appropriate use of roots, exponents, and logarithms in representing ents extend non-routine numeric patterns, including arithmetic and geometric sequences, and produce applicable expressions and formu hose number and operation work exceeds the Standards are fluent in their ability to deal with all forms of percentage problems, includin opriately use graphing calculators and technology to investigate mathematical ideas ents demonstrate highly developed problem-solving skills and the ability to use mathematical models to model and identify solutions for hose number and operation work meets the Standards demonstrate a proficient command of number, operations, and number sense an ents know and use the operational skills and the related properties of real numbers bilities with mental mathematics skills and recall of number facts in simplifying and evaluating algebraic number forms is strong, especially reasonable estimates involving one-step real number computations and make appropriate approximations for the basic operations are and order real numbers in fraction, decimal, or radical form hose number and operation work meets the Standards form numerical representations for real numbers and real number operations usin d simple number patterns and find general terms based on arithmetic or geometric sequences hose number and operation work meets the Standards construct and identify solutions for proportions in a variety of settings, including m raphing calculators and other technology to investigate mathematical ideas ents apply problem-solving skills to familiar situations or situations that moderately extend what they have seen before hose number and operation work is below the Standards demonstrate basic knowledge of number, operations, and number sense and ap ber sense and operational skills are limited to common fractions and decimals (common real numbers) nstrate basic mental mathematics skills, and their recall and use of number facts is insufficient for consistent simplification and evaluation are and order numbers in decimal and fraction form but have difficulty doing this when the fractions have unlike denominators hose number and operation work is below the Standards form reasonable estimates that involve common fractions and decimals fy equivalent numerical representations of common fractions and decimals heir ability to extend simple number patterns is limited to finding additional terms of the patterns hose number and operation work is below the Standards construct proportions to fit simple contextual settings fy solutions for direct one-step percentage problems but demonstrate difficulty dealing with percents of increase and decrease alculators to investigate simple patterns but demonstrate limited knowledge of special function keys and how to interpret scientific notat nstrate a basic understanding of problem solving and only apply such skills in situations where explicit instruction has been provided hose number and operation work is at the Academic Warning level demonstrate limited knowledge of number, operations, and number s ents have major gaps in their conceptual and procedural understanding of number sense ational abilities with numbers are limited to the basic operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers, c al mathematical skills and recall of number facts in simplifying and evaluating algebraic number forms is limited are and order whole numbers, fractions with like denominators, and decimals rounded to the same place value hose number and operation work is at the Academic Warning level do not form or recognize reasonable estimates involving fractions or d t determine appropriate numerical representations or equivalencies for common fractions or decimals ents are limited in their ability to extend numeric patterns to those based on addition and subtraction hose number and operation work is at the Academic Warning level demonstrate difficulty constructing proportions or completing one-ste y to solve a simple proportion is limited. They need the assistance of calculators or other technology to perform calculations beyond the m em-solving skills are limited to the most basic of daily life applications of number, operation, and number sense hose analysis of data and chance settings exceeds the Standards demonstrate a comprehensive, flexible, and widely applicable command ctly determine the probability or odds of events using counting principles, combinations, and permutations hose analysis of data and chance settings exceeds the Standards collect, organize, analyze, describe, and make predictions based on raw ulate well-designed questions and describe appropriate data collection methods, gather and analyze data effectively, and communicate th rstand the role of randomization in surveys and models ate and interpret appropriate measures of central tendency (mean, median, and mode) and variation (range, variance, and standard devi graph, and interpret a line of best fit for a given set of data and analyze the relationship between the predicted and observed data guish between correlation (events that are unrelated) and causation (events that are related) hose analysis of data and chance settings meets the Standards demonstrate a proficient command of probability, statistics, and data ana rstand and apply basic counting principles ents determine the probability of simple, dependent, independent, and compound events mine the odds for simple events and detect when outcomes do not match expected patterns hose analysis of data and chance settings meets the Standards represent data graphically using a variety of methods: scatter plots, stem- ulate questions, design data collection methods for specified problems, gather and analyze data, and communicate findings ents make predictions and form conjectures from organized data ents calculate and interpret measures of central tendency (mean, median, and mode) and dispersion (range) nd graph a line of best fit using technology when appropriate ents make decisions based on data, determining if the relationship of cause and effect applies or not hose analysis of data and chance settings is below the Standards demonstrate basic knowledge of probability, statistics, and data analysis mine the probability of straightforward, simple events (for example, a single coin toss) hey do not deal with compound or conditional events t cases in which simple outcomes do not match expected patterns n specific directions, these students gather, describe, and analyze a set of data pret data presented via a simple bar, circle, or line graph and communicate direct inferences from a set of displayed data ate the mean, median, mode, and range for a simple data set but demonstrate difficulty comparing and contrasting the meanings of such hose analysis of data and chance settings are at the Academic Warning level demonstrate limited knowledge of probability, statistics, and ents demonstrate major gaps in their conceptual and procedural understanding of probability, statistics, and data analysis nstrate only an informal understanding of the probability of simple events, and they rarely detect when outcomes do not match expected hose analysis of data and chance settings are at the Academic Warning level interpret data from a simple bar graph ss a data set only when asked simple, direct questions n specific directions, they demonstrate, often with great difficulty, how to gather, represent, and interpret data for a simple set of questio s that they draw based on a simple set of data and its representations are of mixed validity ents often do not calculate the mean, mode, median, and range for a simple set of data an usually identify easily recognized star patterns such as the Big Dipper. an identify and classify recyclable materials. dentify and explain natural cycles such as the Earth's orbit around the sun and patterns in the solar system such as moon phases and the o escribe the effects of weathering and understand natural disasters such as earthquakes. rstand patterns of weather and seasonal changes as well as weather phenomenon (e.g., tornadoes, hurricanes, lightning). onsistently and accurately identify and explain natural cycles of Earth's land, water, and atmospheric systems. sually identify and explain natural cycles such as the Earth's orbit around the sun and patterns in the solar system such as moon phases an de students can usually identify easily recognized star patterns such as the Big Dipper. an usually identify and classify recyclable materials. sually describe the effects of weathering and understand natural disasters such as earthquakes. re usually able to identify and explain natural cycles of Earth's land, water, and atmospheric systems. rstand patterns of weather and seasonal changes as well as weather phenomenon (e.g., tornadoes, hurricanes, lightning). an occasionally identify easily recognized star patterns such as the Big Dipper. ionally understand patterns of weather and seasonal changes as well as weather phenomenon (e.g., tornadoes, hurricanes, lightning). ccasionally describe the effects of weathering and understand natural disasters such as earthquakes. an occasionally identify and classify recyclable materials. ccasionally identify and explain natural cycles such as the Earth's orbit around the sun and patterns in the solar system such as moon phas re usually able to identify but may not be able to explain natural cycles of Earth's land, water, and atmospheric systems. arely identify easily recognized star patterns such as the Big Dipper. arely identify and explain natural cycles such as the Earth's orbit around the sun and patterns in the solar system such as moon phases and ot describe the effects of weathering or understand natural disasters such as earthquakes. m understand patterns of weather and seasonal changes as well as weather phenomenon (e.g., tornadoes, hurricanes, lightning). nconsistently identify and classify recyclable materials. nconsistently identify and explain natural cycles of Earth's land, water, and atmospheric systems. uild and test prototypes (e.g., students design, build, and test paper rockets) using quantitative measurements to record data. vailable technology and resources to construct charts and visualizations to display data. t and display the results of individual and group investigations using a variety of approaches that might include multi-media presentations sually modify the plan or prototype based upon collected data. onsistently and accurately identify a design problem and propose possible solutions. evelop a plan and procedure to address the problem. se science concepts to consistently and accurately formulate questions on a scientific topic, collect data, and use scientific process skills su ents usually show knowledge in being able to identify a design problem, develop a plan to solve the problem, build and test a prototype ( re usually able to produce reasonable explanations of a scientific process. re usually able to report results of individual and group investigations. re usually able to formulate questions on a scientific topic, collect data, and use scientific process skills. de observing, estimating and measuring and constructing charts and visualizations to display data. re occasionally able to report results of individual and group investigations. ents occasionally show knowledge in being able to identify a design problem, develop a plan to solve the problem, build and test a protot de observing, estimating and measuring and constructing charts and visualizations to display data. re occasionally able to produce reasonable explanations of a scientific process. re occasionally able to formulate questions on a scientific topic, collect data, and use scientific process skills. re rarely able to produce reasonable explanations of a scientific process. re seldom able to report results of individual and group investigations. re rarely able to formulate questions on a scientific topic, collect data, and use scientific process skills. ents rarely show knowledge in being able to identify a design problem, develop a plan to solve the problem, build and test a prototype (e de observing, estimating and measuring and constructing charts and visualizations to display data. onstruct a simple food web. dentify the physical adaptations of plants and animals that help them survive in different environments. ble to compare characteristics of offspring with their parents. onsistently describe relationships among various organisms (e.g., predator/prey). ategorize features as either inherited or learned. ble to consistently record observations and record the life stages of life cycles (e.g., egg, larvae, pupa, adult). onsistently and accurately describe and compare simple life cycles of plants and animals and the similarities and differences in their offspr sually construct a simple food web. an usually identify physical adaptations of plants and animals that help them live in different environments. re usually able to describe and compare the simple life cycles of plants and the similarities and differences in their offspring. sually recognize and describe the stages of life cycles (e.g., egg, larvae, pupa, adult). sually compare characteristics of offspring with their parents. sually describe relationships among various organisms and their environments (e.g., predator/prey). sistently describe relationships among various organisms and their environments (e.g., predator/prey). ccasionally construct a simple food web. nconsistently identify physical adaptations of plants and animals that help them live in different environments. ccasionally recognize and describe the stages of life cycles (e.g., egg, larvae, pupa, adult). re occasionally able to describe and compare the simple life cycles of plants and the similarities and differences in their offspring. sistently compare characteristics of offspring with their parents. arely construct a simple food web. nconsistently identify physical adaptations of plants and animals that help them live in different environments. describe relationships among various organisms and their environments (e.g., predator/prey). re rarely able to describe and compare the simple life cycles of plants and the similarities and differences in their offspring. sistently recognize and describe the stages of life cycles (e.g., egg, larvae, pupa, adult). sistently compare characteristics of offspring with their parents. rstand the difference between energy of motion and stored energy (e.g., chemical energy is stored such as gasoline). onsistently and accurately identify and compare properties of solids, liquids, and gases. rstand the difference between a chemical and physical change. onsistently identify types of motion as well as how actions determine reactions. dentify simple machines such as a lever, inclined plane, and pulley. dentify forces in nature (e.g., gravity, magnetism, friction). onsistently and accurately identify and give examples of different types of energy including light, heat, sound, electrical, and mechanical (e dentify forces in nature (e.g., gravity, magnetism, friction). sually identify simple machines such as a lever, inclined plane, and pulley. sually identify types of motion as well as how actions determine reactions. sually identify and compare properties of solids, liquids, and gases. nderstand the difference between a chemical and physical change. sually identify and give examples of different types of energy including light, heat, sound, electrical, and mechanical (e.g., mechanical ene rstand the difference between energy of motion and stored energy (e.g., chemical energy is stored such as gasoline). ionally identify simple machines such as a lever, inclined plane, and pulley. sistently identify forces in nature (e.g., gravity, magnetism, friction). sistently identify types of motion as well as how actions determine reactions. nderstand the difference between a chemical and physical change. ccasionally explain the difference between energy of motion and stored energy (e.g., chemical energy is stored such as gasoline). ccasionally identify and give examples of different types of energy including light, heat, sound, electrical, and mechanical (e.g., mechanica ccasionally identify and compare properties of solids, liquids, and gases. sistently identify forces in nature (e.g., gravity, magnetism, friction). sistently identify and compare properties of solids, liquids, and gases. eldom understand the difference between a chemical and physical change. explain the difference between energy of motion and stored energy (e.g., chemical energy is stored such as gasoline). identify simple machines such as a lever, inclined plane, and pulley. sistently identify types of motion as well as how actions determine reactions. nconsistently identify and give examples of different types of energy including light, heat, sound, electrical, and mechanical (e.g., mechanic nderstand how specific personal choices such as recycling or societal choices such as protecting endangered species affect ecosystems. onsistently recognize the effects of technology on the lives and careers of people. an consistently compare the relative effectiveness of reducing, reusing, and recycling various products and materials. xplain why similar investigations may not produce similar results. sually describe major effects on society of scientific and technological innovations throughout time (e.g., transportation, medicine). xplain how technology is used in science for a variety of purposes. nderstand the importance of keeping accurate and detailed records. onsistently and accurately demonstrate ways to avoid injury when conducting science activities (e.g., not to taste unknowns, using caution sually recognize the effects of technology on the lives and careers of people. an usually compare the relative effectiveness of reducing, reusing, and recycling various products and materials. nderstand how specific personal choices such as recycling or societal choices such as protecting endangered species affect ecosystems. sually explain how technology is used in science for a variety of purposes. nderstand the importance of keeping accurate and detailed records. sually describe major effects on society of scientific and technological innovations throughout time (e.g., transportation, medicine). sually explain why similar investigations may not produce similar results. sually demonstrate ways to avoid injury when conducting science activities (e.g., not to taste unknowns, using caution when using electric ccasionally compare the relative effectiveness of reducing, reusing, and recycling various products and materials. nderstand how specific personal choices such as recycling or societal choices such as protecting endangered species affect ecosystems. ccasionally describe major effects on society of scientific and technological innovations throughout time (e.g., transportation, medicine). ccasionally recognize the effects of technology on the lives and careers of people. m explain how technology is used in science for a variety of purposes. m explain why similar investigations may not produce similar results. o not understand the importance of keeping accurate and detailed records. ccasionally demonstrate ways to avoid injury when conducting science activities (e.g., not to taste unknowns, using caution when using el arely compare the relative effectiveness of reducing, reusing, and recycling various products and materials. recognize how specific personal choices such as recycling or societal choices such as protecting endangered species affect ecosystems. sistently recognize the effects of technology on the lives and careers of people. sistently describe major effects on society of scientific and technological innovations throughout time (e.g., transportation, medicine). m explain how technology is used in science for a variety of purposes. o not understand the importance of keeping accurate and detailed records. ot explain why similar investigations may not produce similar results. nconsistently demonstrate ways to avoid injury when conducting science activities (e.g., not to taste unknowns, using caution when using fy and describe objects in the solar system and consistently make connections between them. ansfer and apply these principles to analyze and explain systems in the universe. ho exceed state standards understand and explain forces, events, and processes (plate tectonics, erosion, weather patterns) that affect E ill apply these concepts to describe and explain the interactions of Earth's processes and its place in the solar system. ngaged in the earth science standard will identify the key concepts that describe the diverse features of Earth. sually able to analyze and explain the systems and components in the universe. ly identify and describe objects in the solar system and usually make connections between them. ill apply these concepts to describe and explain the interactions of Earth's processes and its place in the solar system. ho meet the state standards will usually understand large-scale dynamic forces, events, and processes of Earth's systems (plate tectonics ngaged in the earth science standard will identify the key concepts that describe the diverse features of Earth. nize objects in the solar system but do not make connections between them. ill apply these concepts to describe and explain the interactions of Earth's processes and its place in the solar system. ho do not meet state standards will seldom understand large-scale dynamic forces, events, and processes of Earth's systems (plate tecton ngaged in the earth science standard will identify the key concepts that describe the diverse features of Earth. demonstrate mastery of fundamental processes (plate tectonics, El Ni m recognize objects in the solar system or their roles the universe. t the academic warning level may understand isolated concepts but will rarely make connections between large scale dynamic forces, eve ill apply these concepts to describe and explain the interactions of Earth's processes and its place in the solar system. ngaged in the earth science standard will identify the key concepts that describe the diverse features of Earth. mmend improvements based on the analysis of test results and criteria. onsistently apply the principles of scientific inquiry to formulate, build, and evaluate a device designed to address a specific problem using stently draw accurate conclusions based on evidence. their knowledge to broad and complex situations and experiments and communicate results using a combination of methods (e.g., oral, w an analyze the validity of their experiments. ho exceed the state standards consistently apply the principles for scientific investigation to formulate and conduct an experiment. ngaged in the inquiry process are implementing scientific processes to conduct experiments and to formulate and build technological des an usually solve a simple design problem, recognize sources of error, and recommend an improvement. accurate conclusions based on evidence. sually apply their knowledge to directly related situations or experiments. ommunicate results in a simple way (using graphs, diagrams, charts, etc.) but may need some guidance in communicating results and proc re usually able to analyze the reliability (e.g., control and variable) of their experiments and manipulated key variables. sually apply the principles of scientific inquiry to formulate, build, and evaluate a device designed to address a specific problem using esta ngaging in the inquiry process are implementing scientific processes to conduct experiments and to formulate and build technological des ho meet state standards usually apply the principles for scientific investigation to formulate and conduct a simple experiment. y to interpret a graph and apply its meaning to other contexts is limited. or draw conclusions that are rarely grounded in available information. eldom apply the principles of scientific inquiry to formulate, or build a device in a given situation designed to address a specific problem u eldom solve simple design problems and rarely are able to recognize error or recommend improvements. ngaging in the inquiry process are implementing scientific processes to conduct scientific experiments and to formulate and build technol ho do not meet state standards seldom apply the principles for scientific investigation to formulate and conduct a simple experiment. interpret and communicate the results of an activity or experiments by giving limited or literal accounts. ollect data and graph it if specific guidance is given. arely able to formulate and build a device designed to address a specific problem using established criteria. recognize errors and are unable to identify solutions. arely able to interpret the data and apply it to other contexts. make predictions or draw conclusions that are not based on evidence. arely understand the principles of scientific inquiry. ly misinterpret and miscommunicate the results of their experiments. arely able to formulate simple experiments and often require specific guidance to conduct experiments. t the academic warning level rarely recognize the principles for scientific investigation. ngaging in the inquiry process are implementing scientific processes to conduct scientific experiments and to formulate and build technol stently recognize the various components of an ecological system and are able to apply their knowledge beyond immediate topics. ts study the interdependence of the environmental system and the biotic and abiotic factors that comprise that system. ho exceed the state standards in science consistently know and apply biological concepts (cells, reproduction, adaptations) as well as the ngaged in the biological standards will identify key biological concepts and compare and contrast forms and structures as they reflect an o nize the components of various systems and usually extend their knowledge beyond immediate topics. ho meet the state standards usually recognize scientific concepts in life sciences such as biology and ecology. sually understand various biological concepts (cells, reproduction, adaptations) and the interdependence of biotic and abiotic factors in an ts study the interdependence of the environmental system and the biotic and abiotic factors that comprise that system. ngaged in the biological standards will identify key biological concepts and compare and contrast forms and structures as they reflect an o m integrate facts into broader concepts and rarely see that these concepts are part of an interdependent system. know the ''what'' but rarely know the ''why.'' ts study the interdependence of the environmental system and the biotic and abiotic factors that comprise that system. ho do not meet the state standards seldom recognize the key components of biological and ecological systems. ngaged in the biological standards will identify key biological concepts and compare and contrast forms and structures as they reflect an o ts study the interdependence of the environmental system and the biotic and abiotic factors that comprise that system. t the academic warning level rarely or inconsistently recognize the key components of biological and ecological systems. t extend their understanding beyond discreet or isolated concepts. nable to integrate discreet facts into broader concepts, and they fail to understand these concepts as parts of an interdependent system. ngaged in the biological standards will identify key biological concepts and compare and contrast forms and structures as they reflect an o ho exceed the state standards consistently describe physical science concepts (atoms, molecules, forces, motion, energy). pply their knowledge accurately and consistently make connections between related concepts, models, or systems. ill relate and describe the interactions between key physical concepts and apply the principles that connect the physical world. ngaged in the physical science standards will identify the key physical concepts of matter and energy as well as force and motion. sually able to model or demonstrate concepts. sually apply them to simple problems but may require some guidance. ly extend their knowledge beyond immediate topics. ho meet the state standards usually describe principles of physical science concepts (atoms, forces, motion, energy). ngaged in the physical science standards will identify the key physical concepts of matter and energy as well as force and motion. ill relate and describe the interactions between key physical concepts and apply the principles that connect the physical world. ho do not meet state standards seldom understand basic physical concepts (atoms, molecules, forces, motion, energy). ill relate and describe the interactions between key physical concepts and apply the principles that connect the physical world. eldom able to make connections between classroom demonstrations and principles. difficulty applying them to simple problems and require guidance. understand the various applications of a principle. ngaged in the physical science standards will identify the key physical concepts of matter and energy as well as force and motion. t consistently demonstrate mastery of fundamental concepts. arely able to make connections between classroom demonstrations/models and principles. ngaged in the physical science standards will identify the key physical concepts of matter and energy as well as force and motion. ill relate and describe the interactions between key physical concepts and apply the principles that connect the physical world. t the academic warning level do not grasp basic physical science concepts. ware of the roles science and technology play in the larger community. an evaluate conservation strategies and the probable impacts of environmental policies based on classroom-developed criteria. ho exceed state standards have a broad understanding of the relationships among science, technology, and society. ill identify and examine the effects of scientific discovery and technological applications on their individual lives and the global communit ts will identify and examine contributions of the science community. ngaged in the science, technology, and society standards will recognize the validity and replicability of results and the nature of science in ly have a basic understanding of the impacts that science and technology have on social, environmental, health, and ethical issues. ho meet state standards are usually aware of the political and economic impact of science and technology on the larger community. sually evaluate simple issues and occasionally make connections to the large community. ill identify and examine the effects of scientific discovery and technological applications on their individual lives and the global communit ts will identify and examine contributions of the science community. ngaged in the science, technology, and society standards will recognize the validity and replicability of results and the nature of science in ot explain why or how science and technology are related. ts will identify and examine contributions of the science community. ill identify and examine the effects of scientific discovery and technological applications on their individual lives and the global communit eldom able to evaluate simple issues or make connections to the larger community. ho are below state standards are seldom aware of the political and economic impacts of science and technology on the larger community ngaged in the science, technology, and society standards will recognize the validity and replicability of results and the nature of science in pretations and decisions tend to be based on short-term concerns, and they rarely grasp the reciprocal relationships among science, techn ngaged in the science, technology, and society standards will recognize the validity and replicability of results and the nature of science in ts will identify and examine contributions of the science community. ill identify and examine the effects of scientific discovery and technological applications on their individual lives and the global communit t the academic warning level are not aware of the political and economic impact of science and technology on the larger community. fy and describe objects in the solar system, such as the planets, their moons, asteroids, and comets, and make connections among them. hese principles to analyze systems in the universe. hose performance exceeds the Standards demonstrate an understanding of forces, events, and processes that affect Earth, including the ho work at the Exceeds Standards level demonstrate advanced knowledge and skills in science. Students creatively apply knowledge and fy and demonstrate familiarity with common objects in the solar system, such as planets, moons, meteors, and comets, and demonstrate nstrate a basic understanding of how geologic and astronomical events, such as earthquakes, weathering, meteor impacts, and supernov ze the systems and components of the universe. ho meet the Standards demonstrate a general understanding of most large-scale dynamic forces, events, and processes of Earth's system ho work at the Meets Standards level demonstrate proficient knowledge and skills in science. Students effectively apply knowledge and s fy objects in the solar system, such as planets, stars, and comets, but do not understand relationships among them. For example, they ma ho do not meet the Standards demonstrate a rudimentary understanding of large-scale dynamic forces, events, and processes of Earth's ho work at the Below Standards level demonstrate basic knowledge and skills in science. However, because of gaps in learning, students fy pictures of Earth, the moon, and the sun but do not explain the concept of the Milky Way Galaxy, the life cycles of stars or planets, and t the Academic Warning level may demonstrate understanding of isolated concepts about phenomena such as eclipses, tornados, earthqu ork at the Academic Warning level demonstrates limited knowledge and skills in science. Because of major gaps in learning, students apply rstand and predict how life forms adapt to changes in the environment and how adaptation affects the size and stability of a population. nize the structure and organization of living things and how they respond to external stimuli. rstand and identify the abiotic and biotic factors that lead to extinction and speciation. rstand the significance of evidence that organisms have evolved over time, including the fossil record, vestigial organs, and phylogenetic t hose performance exceeds the Standards demonstrate an understanding of how genetic combinations and mutations produce visible eff ho work at the Exceeds Standards level demonstrate advanced knowledge and skills in science. Students creatively apply knowledge and fy or predict basic mechanisms by which life forms adapt to changes in the environment and demonstrate a basic understanding of how a fy the abiotic and biotic factors that lead to extinction and speciation. rstand how organisms respond to external stimuli and identify basic structures and organization of living things. rstand the significance of evidence that organisms have evolved over time, including the fossil record, vestigial organs, and phylogenetic t ho meet the Standards demonstrate a basic understanding of how genetic combinations and mutations produce visible effects and variat ho work at the Meets Standards level demonstrate proficient knowledge and skills in science. Students effectively apply knowledge and s rstand the significance of some of the evidence that organisms have evolved over time, such as the fossil record and phylogenetic trees. fy some of the most common abiotic and biotic factors that lead to extinction and speciation. ibe or predict how life forms adapt to clearly defined changes in the environment and the relationship between these changes and the siz nstrate a limited understanding of how organisms respond to external stimuli. fy the basic structures and organization of living things. ho do not meet the Standards demonstrate a rudimentary understanding of how genetic combinations and mutations produce visible eff ho work at the Below Standards level demonstrate basic knowledge and skills in science. However, because of gaps in learning, students e students may notice observable changes, they not explain or predict how life forms adapt to changes in the environment that affect the escribe some structural parts of organisms but generally do not attempt to place the total structure or organization of living things in pers ents may attempt to identify evidence that organisms have evolved over time but give no conceptual explanation of fossil records, vestig ents rarely describe or identify the abiotic and biotic factors that lead to extinction and speciation. ibe how organisms respond to external stimuli if they have observed such responses, but these students do not generally provide factual t the Academic Warning level may be able to demonstrate understanding of simple genetic crosses but rarely understand the principles o ork at the Academic Warning level demonstrates limited knowledge and skills in science. Because of major gaps in learning, students apply connections between classroom activities and real life situations. hose performance exceeds the Standards demonstrate a good understanding of physical science concepts, such as atomic and nuclear th ze reactions, the properties of materials, the relative motion of objects, and the effects of the fundamental forces on physical systems. ho work at the Exceeds Standards level demonstrate advanced knowledge and skills in science. Students creatively apply knowledge and connections between classroom activities and real life situations. ze reactions, the properties of materials, the relative motion of objects or the effects of the fundamental forces on physical systems. ho work at the Meets Standards level demonstrate proficient knowledge and skills in science. Students effectively apply knowledge and s ho meet the Standards demonstrate a basic understanding of physical science concepts, such as atomic and nuclear theory, force, mome rudimentary connections between classroom activities and real life situations. ze simple reactions, the properties of common materials, the relative motion of objects, and the effects of the fundamental forces on phy ho work at the Below Standards level demonstrate basic knowledge and skills in science. However, because of gaps in learning, students ho do not meet the Standards demonstrate an elementary understanding of physical science concepts, such as atomic and nuclear theor mely difficult for these students to make connections between classroom activities and real life situations or to later recall these associatio t analyze reaction mechanisms, the properties of materials, the relative motion of objects, or the effects of the fundamental forces. ibe rudimentary physical phenomena they observe but demonstrating little understanding of basic physical science concepts, such as atom t the Academic Warning level demonstrate comprehension of the concept of elements and the ability of elements to combine to form com ork at the Academic Warning level demonstrates limited knowledge and skills in science. Because of major gaps in learning, students apply ents identify and evaluate the connections between scientific progress and careers, job markets, and other aspects of everyday life, such assistance, these students design environmental impact studies and analyze cost benefits and effects of scientific policies at the local, nat ents explain the strengths, weaknesses, and uses of research methodologies. ents analyze the political ramifications of scientific and technological advancements, such as nuclear weapons, biological and chemical wa rstand why experimental replication and peer reviews are necessary for scientific claims. rstand the criteria that scientists use to evaluate the validity of scientific claims and theories. hose performance exceeds the Standards are well aware of the applications and implications of laboratory safety. ho work at the Exceeds Standards level demonstrate advanced knowledge and skills in science. Students creatively apply knowledge and ents identify uncomplicated connections between scientific progress and careers, job markets, and other aspects of everyday life. ents understand the basic principles underlying environmental impact studies, cost-benefits analyses, and effects of scientific policies at t ents demonstrate sufficient knowledge to analyze the political ramifications of familiar scientific and technological advancements, such a nstrate a basic understand of the necessity for experimental replication and peer reviews to support scientific claims. in the strengths, weaknesses and uses of uncomplicated research methodologies. nstrate a basic understanding of the criteria that scientists use to evaluate the validity of scientific claims or theories. ho meet the Standards demonstrate awareness of the most basic applications and implications of laboratory safety. ho work at the Meets Standards level demonstrate proficient knowledge and skills in science. Students effectively apply knowledge and s ents identify some basic connections between scientific progress and careers, job markets, and other aspects of everyday life. ents have a rudimentary understanding of the basic principles underlying the conduct of environmental impact studies, cost-benefit analy a rudimentary understanding of why experimental replication or peer reviews are necessary for scientific claims. ents can analyze some of the political ramifications of common scientific and technological advancements, such as nuclear weapons, biolo ware of some of the main criteria that scientists use to evaluate the validity of scientific claims or theories. xplain some of the main strengths, weaknesses, and uses of research methodologies. ho are below state Standards have a limited awareness of the applications and implications of laboratory safety. ho work at the Below Standards level demonstrate basic knowledge and skills in science. However, because of gaps in learning, students t demonstrate comprehension of the main criteria that scientists use to evaluate the validity of scientific claims or theories. ents do not analyze political ramifications of common scientific and technological advancements, such as nuclear weapons, biological and t make connections between scientific progress and careers, job markets, and other aspects of everyday life. t the Academic Warning level need constant reminders of the applications and implications of laboratory safety. ork at the Academic Warning level demonstrates limited knowledge and skills in science. Because of major gaps in learning, students apply fy or refine a model in a manner that improves its design and identify criteria to evaluate the design solution. ents identify a design problem, select criteria for a successful solution, and build and test different potential design solutions. rstand how systematic controlled experiments are designed and properly apply statistical methods to show the accuracy of experimental hose performance exceeds the Standards formulate effective hypotheses and design procedures to test hypotheses. ho work at the Exceeds Standards level demonstrate advanced knowledge and skills in science. Students creatively apply knowledge and fy a model to improve its design and identify some criteria to evaluate the design solution. ents identify major experimental design problems, select criteria for a successful solution, and choose the best of different potential desig rstand how systematic controlled experiments are designed and the basic concepts of applying statistical methods to assess results. ho meet the Standards formulate acceptable hypotheses and demonstrate an understanding of the basic concepts of design procedures ho work at the Meets Standards level demonstrate proficient knowledge and skills in science. Students effectively apply knowledge and s fy a simple model in a manner that improves its design and identify some criteria to evaluate the design solution. fy some design problems, select some criteria for a successful solution, and identify potential design solutions for simple experiments. rstand systematic controlled experiments and how to apply statistical methods for simple experiments. ho do not meet the Standards demonstrate an understanding of simple hypotheses and design procedures for simple hypotheses. ho work at the Below Standards level demonstrate basic knowledge and skills in science. However, because of gaps in learning, students prompted numerous times during a systematic, controlled experiment, they are sometimes somewhat successful. arning situations where a teacher or mentor is guiding the study, these students sometimes identify a design problem, select criteria for a t the Academic Warning level demonstrate difficulty trying to formulate simple hypotheses and immense difficulty in designing procedure ents have reading difficulties that limit their ability to read for content meaning and usually demonstrate mathematical difficulties that lim ork at the Academic Warning level demonstrates limited knowledge and skills in science. Because of major gaps in learning, students apply cal relationships using various models ion function tables e, one-step whole number equations with basic facts, money, and time lary student effectively uses multiple problem-solving techniques and accurately explains the reasoning process he/she uses when solving e, one-step whole number equations with basic facts, money, and time ion function tables cal relationships using various models ced student effectively uses multiple problem-solving techniques and explains the reasoning process he/she uses when solving mathemat cal relationships using various models e, one-step whole number equations with basic facts, money, and time ion function tables ent student uses some problem-solving techniques and is unable to explain the process he/she uses when solving mathematical problems e, one-step whole number equations with basic facts, money, and time ion function tables cal relationships using various models tudent inconsistently uses problem solving techniques and partially explains the process he/she uses when solving mathematical problem e, one-step whole number equations with basic facts, money, and time ion function tables cal relationships using various models t seldom uses problem-solving techniques and is unable to explain the process he/she uses when solving mathematical problems. A stude of the statistical measures (minimum and maximum value, range, mode, median, and mean) sented in a variety of formats including bar, pictograph, circle, Venn, line plot lary student effectively uses multiple problem-solving techniques and accurately explains the reasoning process he/she uses when solving sented in a variety of formats including bar, pictograph, circle, Venn, line plot of the statistical measures (minimum and maximum value, range, mode, median, and mean) ced student effectively uses multiple problem-solving techniques and explains the reasoning process he/she uses when solving mathemat sented in a variety of formats including bar, pictograph, circle, Venn, line plot of the statistical measures (minimum and maximum value, range, mode, median, and mean) ent student uses some problem-solving techniques and is unable to explain the process he/she uses when solving mathematical problems of the statistical measures (minimum and maximum value, range, mode, median, and mean) tudent inconsistently uses problem solving techniques and partially explains the process he/she uses when solving mathematical problem sented in a variety of formats including bar, pictograph, circle, Venn, line plot sented in a variety of formats including bar, pictograph, circle, Venn, line plot of the statistical measures (minimum and maximum value, range, mode, median, and mean) t seldom uses problem-solving techniques and is unable to explain the process he/she uses when solving mathematical problems. A stude es within a composite figure estimations of measurements and calculations sformation of two-dimensional figures ant coordinate grids lary student effectively uses multiple problem-solving techniques and accurately explains the reasoning process he/she uses when solving ant coordinate grids es within a composite figure estimations of measurements and calculations sformation of two-dimensional figures ced student effectively uses multiple problem-solving techniques and explains the reasoning process he/she uses when solving mathemat sformation of two-dimensional figures ant coordinate grids estimations of measurements and calculations es within a composite figure ent student uses some problem-solving techniques and is unable to explain the process he/she uses when solving mathematical problems estimations of measurements and calculations sformation of two-dimensional figures ant coordinate grids es within a composite figure tudent inconsistently uses problem solving techniques and partially explains the process he/she uses when solving mathematical problem estimations of measurements and calculations sformation of two-dimensional figures ant coordinate grids t seldom uses problem-solving techniques and is unable to explain the process he/she uses when solving mathematical problems. A stude es within a composite figure concepts and notations f whole number properties ps between mathematical operations wo-step real-world problems with addition, subtraction and multiplication lary student effectively uses multiple problem-solving techniques and accurately explains the reasoning process he/she uses when solving wo-step real-world problems with addition, subtraction and multiplication ps between mathematical operations ced student effectively uses multiple problem-solving techniques and explains the reasoning process he/she uses when solving mathemat concepts and notations f whole number properties f whole number properties wo-step real-world problems with addition, subtraction and multiplication ps between mathematical operations concepts and notations ent student uses some problem-solving techniques and is unable to explain the process he/she uses when solving mathematical problems ps between mathematical operations concepts and notations f whole number properties wo-step real-world problems with addition, subtraction and multiplication tudent inconsistently uses problem solving techniques and partially explains the process he/she uses when solving mathematical problem ps between mathematical operations wo-step real-world problems with addition, subtraction and multiplication t seldom uses problem-solving techniques and is unable to explain the process he/she uses when solving mathematical problems. A stude f whole number properties concepts and notations algebraic and geometric models wo-step linear equations tions of real-world problems graphical, tabular, and symbolic representations of linear relationships lary student effectively uses multiple problem solving techniques and accurately explains the reasoning process he/she uses when solving algebraic and geometric models graphical, tabular, and symbolic representations of linear relationships tions of real-world problems wo-step linear equations ced student effectively uses multiple problem-solving techniques and explains the reasoning process he/she uses when solving mathemat algebraic and geometric models wo-step linear equations tions of real-world problems graphical, tabular, and symbolic representations of linear relationships ent student uses some problem-solving techniques and explains the process he/she uses when solving mathematical problems. A student wo-step linear equations algebraic and geometric models graphical, tabular, and symbolic representations of linear relationships tions of real-world problems tudent inconsistently uses problem solving techniques and partially explains the process he/she uses when solving mathematical problem algebraic and geometric models wo-step linear equations tions of real-world problems graphical, tabular, and symbolic representations of linear relationships t seldom uses problem-solving techniques and is unable to explain the process he/she uses when solving mathematical problems. A stude of compound independent events of simple events of central tendency with rational numbers lary student effectively uses multiple problem solving techniques and accurately explains the reasoning process he/she uses when solving of simple events of central tendency with rational numbers ced student effectively uses multiple problem-solving techniques and explains the reasoning process he/she uses when solving mathemat of compound independent events of compound independent events of simple events of central tendency with rational numbers ent student uses some problem-solving techniques and explains the process he/she uses when solving mathematical problems. A student of central tendency with rational numbers of compound independent events of simple events tudent inconsistently uses problem solving techniques and partially explains the process he/she uses when solving mathematical problem of compound independent events of simple events of central tendency with rational numbers t seldom uses problem-solving techniques and is unable to explain the process he/she uses when solving mathematical problems. A stude ding parts of congruent and similar figures irs, slope, and vertical/horizontal distance lary student effectively uses multiple problem solving techniques and accurately explains the reasoning process he/she uses when solving ding parts of congruent and similar figures irs, slope, and vertical/horizontal distance ced student effectively uses multiple problem-solving techniques and explains the reasoning process he/she uses when solving mathemat irs, slope, and vertical/horizontal distance ent student uses some problem-solving techniques and explains the process he/she uses when solving mathematical problems. A student ding parts of congruent and similar figures irs, slope, and vertical/horizontal distance ding parts of congruent and similar figures tudent inconsistently uses problem solving techniques and partially explains the process he/she uses when solving mathematical problem irs, slope, and vertical/horizontal distance ding parts of congruent and similar figures t seldom uses problem-solving techniques and is unable to explain the process he/she uses when solving mathematical problems. A stude of real number properties on with integers and order of operations with rational numbers problems with rational numbers, pi, and percents on and division of numbers between 0 and 1, numbers larger than one, and multiplication of zero real numbers lary student effectively uses multiple problem solving techniques and accurately explains the reasoning process he/she uses when solving on with integers and order of operations with rational numbers problems with rational numbers, pi, and percents of real number properties ced student effectively uses multiple problem-solving techniques and explains the reasoning process he/she uses when solving mathemat on and division of numbers between 0 and 1, numbers larger than one, and multiplication of zero real numbers on with integers and order of operations with rational numbers problems with rational numbers, pi, and percents ent student uses some problem-solving techniques and explains the process he/she uses when solving mathematical problems. A student on and division of numbers between 0 and 1, numbers larger than one, and multiplication of zero real numbers of real number properties problems with rational numbers, pi, and percents of real number properties on with integers and order of operations with rational numbers on and division of numbers between 0 and 1, numbers larger than one, and multiplication of zero real numbers tudent inconsistently uses problem solving techniques and partially explains the process he/she uses when solving mathematical problem of real number properties on with integers and order of operations with rational numbers problems with rational numbers, pi, and percents on and division of numbers between 0 and 1, numbers larger than one, and multiplication of zero real numbers t seldom uses problem-solving techniques and is unable to explain the process he/she uses when solving mathematical problems. A stude of linear equations and inequalities slope and constant of linear equations meaning of slope and points on/off a line lary student effectively uses multiple problem solving techniques and accurately explains the reasoning process he/she uses when solving meaning of slope and points on/off a line of linear equations and inequalities slope and constant of linear equations ced student effectively uses multiple problem-solving techniques and explains the reasoning process he/she uses when solving mathemat meaning of slope and points on/off a line of linear equations and inequalities slope and constant of linear equations ent student uses some problem-solving techniques and explains the process he/she uses when solving mathematical problems. A student of linear equations and inequalities slope and constant of linear equations meaning of slope and points on/off a line tudent inconsistently uses problem solving techniques and partially explains the process he/she uses when solving mathematical problem of linear equations and inequalities slope and constant of linear equations meaning of slope and points on/off a line sfactory student seldom uses problem solving techniques and is unable to explain the process he/she uses when solving mathematical pro sis from a data display lary student effectively uses multiple problem solving techniques and accurately explains the reasoning process he/she uses when solving ced student effectively uses multiple problem-solving techniques and explains the reasoning process he/she uses when solving mathemat sis from a data display sis from a data display ent student uses some problem-solving techniques and explains the process he/she uses when solving mathematical problems. A student sis from a data display tudent inconsistently uses problem solving techniques and partially explains the process he/she uses when solving mathematical problem sis from a data display sfactory student seldom uses problem solving techniques and is unable to explain the process he/she uses when solving mathematical pro ercept form of a line ansformations on perimeter, area, and volume arallel and perpendicular lines of Pythagorean Theorem lary student effectively uses multiple problem solving techniques and accurately explains the reasoning process he/she uses when solving of Pythagorean Theorem ansformations on perimeter, area, and volume arallel and perpendicular lines ercept form of a line ced student effectively uses multiple problem-solving techniques and explains the reasoning process he/she uses when solving mathemat ercept form of a line of Pythagorean Theorem ansformations on perimeter, area, and volume arallel and perpendicular lines ent student uses some problem-solving techniques and explains the process he/she uses when solving mathematical problems. A student of Pythagorean Theorem ansformations on perimeter, area, and volume arallel and perpendicular lines ercept form of a line tudent inconsistently uses problem solving techniques and partially explains the process he/she uses when solving mathematical problem of Pythagorean Theorem ansformations on perimeter, area, and volume arallel and perpendicular lines ercept form of a line sfactory student seldom uses problem solving techniques and is unable to explain the process he/she uses when solving mathematical pro of real numbers formulas, volume and surface area of rectangular solids and cylinders, and application of percents lary student effectively uses multiple problem solving techniques and accurately explains the reasoning process he/she uses when solving of real numbers formulas, volume and surface area of rectangular solids and cylinders, and application of percents ced student effectively uses multiple problem-solving techniques and explains the reasoning process he/she uses when solving mathemat of real numbers formulas, volume and surface area of rectangular solids and cylinders, and application of percents ent student uses some problem-solving techniques and explains the process he/she uses when solving mathematical problems. A student of real numbers formulas, volume and surface area of rectangular solids and cylinders, and application of percents tudent inconsistently uses problem solving techniques and partially explains the process he/she uses when solving mathematical problem formulas, volume and surface area of rectangular solids and cylinders, and application of percents of real numbers sfactory student seldom uses problem solving techniques and is unable to explain the process he/she uses when solving mathematical pro effective and elaborated response to the task in form, content, and language alytical, critical, and/or creative thinking of form and content in response to the writing task te awareness of the intended audience ve organization appropriate to the task cient use of transitional elements and enhance the central idea with descriptive and supportive details ge appropriate to the task and intended audience eaning through control of spelling, grammar, punctuation, and capitalization 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next level of schooling ore abstract themes and ideas in the text ferent genres for meaning and form and support their analyses with specific examples from the text information from the text by relating it to their experiences and to the world evaluate a variety of information from various sources verall understanding of text that includes inferential as well as literal information ideas of the text in different genres by making inferences, drawing conclusions, and making clear connections (stated or implied) to their e authorâ€™s use of literary devices analyze a variety of information from various sources te an overall understanding and make some interpretations of the text pects of text in different genres and relate aspects of text to overall meaning as in the text by making simple inferences, recognize interpretations, make connections among and relate ideas in the text to their person ements of an authorâ€™s style use a variety of information from various sources te a partial understanding of text me aspects of text for meaning le or broad connections to personal experiences a variety of information sources at this level has not demonstrated the fundamental knowledge and skills needed for the next level of schooling de students performing at the advanced level consistently apply integrated procedural knowledge and conceptual understanding to prob y see multiple solutions/strategies (including non-routine ones) to apply to problems de students performing at this level plex and non-routine real-world problems in all the Louisiana mathematics content strands stery in the use of four-function calculators, rulers, and geometric shapes al conclusions and justify answers and solution processes by explaining the procedures and the rationale for using them the obvious in their interpretations communicate their thoughts clearly and concisely de students performing at the mastery level consistently apply integrated procedural knowledge and conceptual understanding to problem de students performing at this level use whole numbers to estimate, compute, and determine whether results are reasonable ceptual understanding of fractions, decimals, and percents and their relationship solve real world problems in all the Louisiana mathematics content strands use four-function calculators, rulers, and geometric shapes appropriately oblem-solving strategies such as identifying and using appropriate information nd present written solutions both with supporting information and explanations of how they were achieved de students performing at the basic level show some evidence of understanding the mathematical concepts and procedures in the six Lou de students performing at this level estimate and use basic facts to perform simple computations with whole numbers e understanding of fractions, decimals, and percents and their relationships e simple real-world problems in all the Louisiana mathematics content strands h some degree of accuracyâ€”four-function calculators, rulers, and geometric shapes itten responses that are often minimal and presented without supporting information de students performing at the approaching basic level show minimal evidence of understanding the math concepts and procedures in the de students performing at this level: acts to perform simple computations with whole numbers fractions, decimals, and percents iculty applying conceptual knowledge in solving real-world problems h some degree of accuracyâ€”four function calculators, rulers, and geometric shapes nimal or non-existent written responses at this level has not demonstrated the fundamental knowledge and skills needed for the next level of schooling. de students performing at the advanced level demonstrate abstract thinking by reaching beyond the recognition, identification, and applic de students performing at this level: mples and counterexamples in order to shape generalizations from which they can develop models er sense and geometric awareness to consider the reasonableness of an answer ct thinking to create unique and/or alternative problem-solving techniques reasoning processes underlying their conclusions de students performing at the mastery level recognize, identify, and apply mathematical concepts and procedures consistently to complex de students performing at this level: ture and defend their ideas, and give supporting examples d the connections between fractions, percents, decimals, and other mathematical topics such as algebra and functions rough understanding of basic-level arithmetic operationsâ€”an understanding sufficient for problem solving in practical situations r with quantity and spatial relationships in problem solving and reasoning derlying reasoning skills beyond the level of arithmetic nd contrast mathematical ideas and generate their own examples ences from data and graphs erties of informal geometry use the tools of technology d the process of gathering and organizing data and be able to calculate, evaluate, and communicate results within the domain of statistics de students performing at the basic level exhibit evidence of conceptual and procedural understanding in the six Louisiana mathematics co f performance signifies an understanding of arithmetic operationsâ€”including estimationâ€”on whole numbers, decimals, fractions, and de students performing at this level: problems correctly with the help of structural prompts such as diagrams, charts, and graphs ne, real-world problems through the appropriate selection and use of strategies and technological toolsâ€”including calculators, compute mental algebraic and informal geometric concepts in problem solving which of available data are necessary and sufficient for correct solutions and use them in problem solving ed skill in communicating mathematically de students performing at the approaching basic level are able to use basic mathematical skills and follow simple procedures in the six Lou de students performing at this level: problems correctly with the help of structural prompts such as diagrams, charts and graphs step problems involving basic computation (=, â€”, x, Ã· ) and follow procedural steps with instructional assistance basic geometric figures , obvious patterns use the tools of technology ntly apply conceptual knowledge ulty transferring knowledge and skills to problem solving situations at this level has not demonstrated the fundamental knowledge and skills needed for the next level of schooling e students performing at the advanced level consistently demonstrate the integration of procedural and conceptual knowledge and the s e students performing at this level: d the function concept and are able to communicate and apply the numeric, algebraic and graphical properties of functions knowledge of algebra, geometry, and statistics to solve problems in more advanced areas of continuous and discrete mathematics generalizations and create models through probing examples and counter examples ate their mathematical reasoning through the clear, concise e of mathematical symbolism and logical thinking e students performing at the mastery level consistently apply mathematical concepts and procedures to the solutions of complex problem e students performing at this level: te an understanding of algebraic, statistical, and geometric and spatial reasoning gebraic expressions; justify geometric relationships; and judge and defend the reasonableness of answers as applied to real-world situatio d interpret data in various forms d and use elements of the linear function concept in symbolic, graphical, and tabular form ectures, defend ideas, and give supporting examples e students performing at the basic level demonstrate procedural and conceptual knowledge in solving problems in the six Louisiana math e students performing at this level: tion to verify solutions and determine the reasonableness of results to routine real-world problems aic and geometric reasoning strategies to solve problems relationships presented in verbal, algebraic, tabular, and graphical forms; and demonstrate knowledge of geometric relationships and cor stical reasoning in the organization and display of data and in reading tables and graphs from patterns and examples in the areas of algebra, geometry, and statistics t mathematical language and symbols to communicate mathematical relationships and reasoning processes tors appropriately to solve problems e students performing at the approaching basic level partially demonstrate fundamental knowledge and skills in solving problems in the s e students performing at this level : tion and measurement to verify solutions and determine the reasonableness of results as applied to routine real-world problems ed use of fundamental algebraic, geometric, and statistical reasoning in problem solving ata presented in various forms ed skills in communicating mathematically stent in the application of conceptual knowledge at this level has not demonstrated the fundamental knowledge and skills needed for the next level of schooling concepts about properties of Earth materials, weather, and objects in the night sky to predict/justify patterns and relationships; and concepts about interrelationships among the human, biological, chemical, and physical aspects of the environment. concepts about characteristics, life cycles, and environments of organisms to recognize and analyze observed phenomena; aborate, and modify predictions, models, and explanations; concepts about properties of objects/materials, position/motion of objects, and forms of energy to new ideas/situations; coring at this level generally exhibit the ability to: carry out scientific investigations by selecting and using appropriate tools, technology, and techniques/methods; appropriate questions that demonstrate critical thinking and a broad base of scientific knowledge; elationships and make inferences based on data and apply to new situations; ata in graphic form, evaluate validity of data, and draw/justify conclusions based on data; de students performing at the Advanced level demonstrate a broad and in-depth understanding of science concepts and process skills and d connect concepts about properties of Earth materials, weather, and objects in the night sky; and d connect concepts about the interrelationships among the human, biological, chemical, and physical aspects of the environment. ata in a graphic form, draw conclusions, justify conclusions, and make predictions based on data; d connect concepts about properties of objects/materials, position/motion of objects, and formation of energy; d connect concepts about characteristics, life cycles, and environments of organisms; appropriate questions demonstrating a broad base of scientific knowledge; ationships based on data and apply to new situations; de students performing at the Mastery level demonstrate mastery and application of science concepts and process skills in the five scienc coring at this level generally exhibit the ability to: carry out scientific investigations using appropriate methods, tools, technology, and techniques; te knowledge/understanding about basic concepts of properties of Earth materials, weather, and objects in the night sky; and te knowledge/understanding about basic components of an ecosystem and recognize how change impacts the system. te basic knowledge/understanding about characteristics, life cycles, and environments of organisms and relationships; questions that are appropriate to investigation; nd present data in a graphic form and draw conclusions based on data; te basic knowledge/understanding about properties of objects, motion of objects, and forms of energy as they apply to their everyday life coring at this level generally exhibit the ability to: mple scientific tasks when given clear, sequential directions; de students performing at the Basic level demonstrate a general understanding of fundamental science concepts and skills in the five scie tial understanding of basic components of ecosystems and recognize how change impacts systems. tial understanding of basic concepts of properties of Earth materials, weather, and objects in the night sky; and tial understanding of characteristics, life cycles, and environments of organisms and relationships; ortions of simple scientific tasks when given clear, sequential directions; simple directed questions; tial understanding of properties of objects, motion of objects, and forms of energy as they apply to their everyday life; pret some data in a graphic form; coring at this level generally exhibit the ability to: de students performing at the Approaching Basic level demonstrate minimal understanding science concepts and process skills in the five tial understanding of basic components of ecosystems and recognize how change impacts systems. tial understanding of basic concepts of properties of Earth materials, weather, and objects in the night sky; and pret some data in a graphic form; simple directed questions; tial understanding of properties of objects, motion of objects, and forms of energy as they apply to their everyday life; tial understanding of characteristics, life cycles, and environments of organisms and relationships; ortions of simple scientific tasks when given clear, sequential directions; t this level generally have not exhibited the ability to: coring at this level have not demonstrated the fundamental knowledge and skills needed for the next level of schooling. veral variables to explain phenomena; and descriptions, explanations, and appropriate displays to communicate and defend data. ropriate questions and identifying those questions that are testable and not testable; ng variables; ematics and appropriate tools to gather, analyze, and interpret data; te an understanding of the nature and limits of science and that science is subject to change. any elements of a system and explain the limits of a particular example; n a problem, students at this level can design a simple investigation by: mplex models; and coring at this level generally exhibit the ability to: ct concepts/theories to explain everyday situations; de students performing at the Advanced level demonstrate a broad and in-depth understanding of science concepts and process skills and matics and appropriate tools to design methods of display for data; and usions from data. various limits of science and its changes. n a problem, students at this level can: e investigation, design an experiment, and link ideas while collecting data; d complex concepts/theories and communicate them; te an understanding of elements of a system; te understanding of models and diagrams; and de students performing at the Mastery level demonstrate mastery and application of science concepts and process skills in the five science coring at this level generally exhibit the ability to: asic data and communicate a conclusion. mple investigation by asking appropriate questions; e important variables and select appropriate tools to gather data; and wareness that science is subject to change. n a problem, students at this level can: imple model; nderstand the nature of science; and ments of a system and state one limiting factor when given a particular example; undamental knowledge of some theories and concepts; coring at this level generally exhibit the ability to: de students performing at the Basic level demonstrate a general understanding of fundamental science concepts and process in the five sc dentify basic scientific data and communicate it. n an investigation, students at this level can: ecific scientific questions; least one variable in an experiment; and ments of a simple model; and e awareness that science is developing and changing. de students performing at the Approaching Basic level demonstrate minimal understanding of science concepts and process skills in the fiv ated elements of a system; coring at this level generally exhibit the ability to: dentify basic scientific data and communicate it. ecific scientific questions; least one variable in an experiment; and ments of a simple model; and e awareness that science is developing and changing. n an investigation, students at this level did not exhibit the ability to: ated elements of a system; coring at this level have not demonstrated the fundamental knowledge and skills needed for the next level of schooling. t this level generally have not exhibited the ability to: ry as the core, students at the Advanced level demonstrate an understanding that unifying concepts and processes can be applied through elf assessment, discard unnecessary data, and recognize gaps in information; ded information in primary or secondary sources; and ate their ideas by interpolating, extrapolating, and interpreting patterns of change in graphic and symbolic representations. cientifically valid interpretation of the data they collect; relevant quantitative and qualitative data using appropriate instrumentation; scientific questions, compare experimental designs, and devise valid experiments to answer their questions; coring at this level generally exhibit the ability to: litative and quantitative grasp of scientific principles, relating them to one another and to other phenomena, and being aware of their de rade students performing at the Advanced level demonstrate an in-depth understanding of science concepts and process skills and have t ry as the core, students at the Mastery level will identify unifying concepts and processes among the science disciplines e principles to human activities. e data through various mathematical models; everal abstract facts in order to understand overarching scientific principles; and ore than one way to solve a given problem and select the method with the most promise; tific principles on both a qualitative and quantitative basis; d that scientific knowledge is tentative and subject to change; coring at this level generally exhibit the ability to: rade students performing at the Mastery level consistently demonstrate mastery and application of science concepts and process skills in tific principles to their everyday lives. ry as the core, students at the Basic level begin to identify unifying concepts and processes among the science disciplines opriate conclusions; erences from experimentation and apply that information to new situations; scientific principles from pseudoscience; and valid hypotheses; mple experiment; rade students performing at the Basic level demonstrate a general understanding of fundamental science concepts and process skills in th coring at this level generally exhibit the ability to: simple experiment that includes: making observations; forming a reasonable hypothesis; identifying variables; collecting, displaying, and in should be demonstrated through the science disciplines understand fundamental science facts and concepts concerning the world; and rade students performing at the Approaching Basic level demonstrate minimal knowledge of scientific concepts and process skills in the fi coring at this level generally exhibit the ability to: should be demonstrated through the science disciplines simple experiment that includes: making observations; forming a reasonable hypothesis; identifying variables; collecting, displaying, and in t this level generally have not exhibited the ability to: understand fundamental science facts and concepts concerning the world; and coring at this level have not demonstrated the fundamental knowledge and skills needed for the next level of schooling. nd evaluates author's purpose and use of text elements and features to enhance meaning. xt clues to determine meaning of unfamiliar words and phrases and multiple meaning words in context. o specific cross-text task thoroughly and effectively without misconceptions. erstanding of different genres, including purposes, text elements, and features. tes insightful and accurate understanding by building 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procedures, properties, etc. number sense (can skip count, county forward, backward) ds inverse operations (+, ?) (Ã—, Ã·) acts memorized and strategies for those unknown ds equivalence m two-step problem with difficult operations, but still routine c shapes and important attributes m solving strategies and accuracy opriate tools (such as tables, charts, graphs, compasses, protractors, and/or formulas) to obtain and interpret mathematical information with using tools (can also construct) pecial tasks with accuracy and understanding on calculators recognize, and interpret onstruct graphs and tables Generating adequate written explanations that show solutions with supporting information n how they got the answer might have a minor flaw n more than one step solution olution; demonstrates conceptual understanding an explanation and show processes used to solve problems examples and counter examples of mathematical ideas. own problems (one-step) alyze- includes limited counting examples athematical info to make a connection inside mathematics ho scored at the â€œBasicâ€• level demonstrated minimal evidence of their understanding of the grade-level appropriate mathematics co nce was exhibited by, but was not limited to, students: asic concepts, algorithms, properties, and procedures to solve simple, one-step problems presented in a real-world context ber sense (not complete) t have basic facts memorized (have most +, ?, still working toward Ã— and Ã·) nterpret and apply simple one-step problems y which operation strategy to use for a one-step problem shapes, but not all important attributes nse of equivalence using appropriate tools (such as tables, charts, graphs, compasses, protractors, and/or formulas) to obtain mathematic formation and answer a simple question w to use tools; may lack fine motor skills generating minimal written responses to questions a partial explanation using at least one function of the problem; may not have accurate answer ons of written responses; incomplete ideas or incorrect concepts expressed nimal mathematical vocabulary Recognizing examples and applications of mathematical ideas eptual understanding ? rote learner t question examples obvious math info, difficulty with multi-step ho scored at the â€œExceedsâ€• level demonstrated the grade-level appropriate ability to apply integrated procedural knowledge and con nce was exhibited by, but was not limited to, students: oncepts, algorithms, properties, and procedures to solve multi-step, no routine problems egrates integer/rational numbers pret and apply non-routine multi-step problems ply properties of shapes apply complex proportional reasoning to multi-step problems ocabulary skills analyze multi-step measurement problems extend graphs/charts (Inference) and interpretation of data to complex situations reely among representations of decimals, fractions, percents from basic properties/attribute en to apply/use properties Using appropriate tools (such as tables, charts, graphs, compasses, protractors, and/or formulas) to obtain, inte d interprets information from tables, charts, graphs to complex situations to enhance thinking (calculator-lists, stats, functions) information and applies concepts to solve multi-step problems generalize from examples+G122 omplex algebraic expressions from verbal directions terpret/infer display data culators functions on own analyze data â€“ random population use proper tool to solve problems y: knowledge of scientific calculator functions (basic, met) to solve problems rs in use of graphing calculator (data and graphing) Generating and justifying conclusions by providing accurate, concisely written respons bulary (math) spontaneously and correctly complete logical chain of reasoning ccurately to substantiate reasoning enerates beyond the obvious ons mastered with integers, fractions, decimals, percents, and ratios with multi-step problems olving: identify and solve multi-step using an appropriate strategy visualize and identify basic three dimensional shapes and relationships ven formula list choose formula and manipulate to solve multi-step problems Generalizing from examples, extending examples, and gene extends mathematical connections to non-routine problems wn examples and counter-examples write and interpret multi-step problems appropriateness of answers to complex problems (in a variety of ways) designs model to solve problems (algebraic model) eyond non-scale drawings e counter example ho scored at the â€œMetâ€• level consistently applied grade-level appropriate, integrated procedural knowledge and conceptual understa nce was exhibited by, but was not limited to, students: asic concepts, algorithms, properties, and procedures to solve multi-step, routine problems putation integers/rational # pret and apply routine multi-step problems ontrast properties of shapes and apply proportional reasoning to multi-step problems m multi-step measurement with structure ata, organize and create graphs and tables y: knowledge of scientific calculator functions (basic operations, some independence) duction to graphing calculators uses (data, graphs) Using appropriate tools (such as tables, charts, graphs, compasses, protractors, and/or nd apply graph/charts d display data ecial tasks with accuracy and understanding on calculators a â€“ random population ables, charts, graphs, gives basic explanation ret calculator one-step examples/representations -step routine problems mple algebraic expressions using symbols measurements using rulers (in and centimeters), protractors, compass Generating adequate written explanations that show solutions with hat was asked, can draw some conclusions understanding inor calculation errors hematical connections xamples and analyze one-step and follow multi-step d math vocabulary complete/informal arguments g data to substantiate reasoning ons mastered with fractions, decimals, percents with one-step (equivalence implied) problems ation/proportion applications olving: identify and solve one-step using a strategy with possible minor errors identify relationships between two dimensional shapes using attributes ven list choose correct formula and manipulate to solve one-step problem (backwards, too) Generating examples and counterexamples o ppropriateness of answer to routine problems equivalent representations of more complicated decimal, fractions, and percents d/basic properties/attributes plus LCM, GCF scientific notation wo-step routine problems eometric representation and manipulate visualization through written test ho scored at the â€œBasicâ€• level demonstrated minimal evidence of their understanding of the grade-level appropriate mathematics co nce was exhibited by, but was not limited to, students: asic concepts, algorithms, properties, and procedures to solve simple, one-step problems presented in a real-world context erstanding of integers and rational numbers (not complete) an read, interpret and apply one-step problems mensional shapes and their important attributes step proportional problems and recognize symmetry, but have limited conceptual understanding derstanding of fractions, percents, ratios, decimals e use of basic properties/attributes using fractions, etc rprets, applies appropriate strategies to solve one-step problems e important attributes of 2 and 3 dimensional objects able sense of equivalence given formula Using appropriate tools (such as tables, charts, graphs, compasses, protractors, and/or formulas) to obtain mathematical in a-limited population o recognize and interpret information mple questions n interpreting calculator display window m one-step measurement o measure with minor errors mation using tools, table, and chart and line graphs y: knowledge of scientific calculator functions (basic operation addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, percents, decimals sponse â€“ tries to complete Like broad bullets but cannot be used for setting cut points â€“ no evidence s) commutation mastered with whole numbers rstanding of the number (order, position, number system) olving: some sense of how to begin but canâ€™t continue (identify but canâ€™t solve) given formula, manipulate numbers to find solution ath vocabulary ons of written response; incomplete ideas or incorrect concepts expressed Recognizing examples and applications of mathematical ideas lity to judge the appropriateness of answers to problems equivalence of benchmark fractions, decimals and percents olving: some basic one-step problems with fractions, decimals, percents identify patterns n visualizing representations making mathematics connections with multi-step but can follow one-step routine examples portant variables, identify/recognize algebraic expressions ho scored at the â€œExceedsâ€• level demonstrated grade-level appropriate ability to apply integrated procedural knowledge and concep nce was exhibited by, but was not limited to, students: epts, algorithms, properties, and procedures to solve multi-step, non-routine problems te thorough understanding of rational and irrational numbers nt computation with real numbers with minimal errors nd explain/justify strategies to solve multi-step problems (non-routine also) d synthesize concepts of algebra, geometry, probability and discrete math pendently mathematical concepts to new situations and problems without prompting from others s to predict, evaluate predictions and adjust predictions/ models based on results d and use combination and permutation formulas d and use sequence and series formulas wledge of function families to generate real-world mathematical models generalizations of arithmetic/geometric sequences eriments to collect data which properties of geometric figures are preserved under a transformation d the effects on a graph of changing the parameters of the equation (e.g., y = 2x, y = 2x + 4; y = x, y = 3x) priate tools (such as tables, charts, graphs compasses, protractors, and /or formulas) to obtain, interpret and apply mathematical informa use complex formulas nd derive formulas d interpret complex data lines of best fit and its equation for a data distribution results from a sample to the population cient use of graphing calculators including programming to solve problems. Generate and justify conclusion by providing accurate, concise matical vocabulary spontaneously, naturally, and accurately e vocabulary in explanations te that mathematical definitions are the foundation of rigorous mathematical proofs tions and extend strategies to other situations ethods and tools to clarify and extend explanations. Generalize from examples, extend examples and generate counterexamples nd evaluate various strategies for clarity and efficiency te proficient understanding and use of mathematical, symbolic language to solve problems and communicate solutions terns and examples beyond the obvious y to make connections between classroom knowledge and real-world contexts ho scored at the â€œMetâ€• level consistently applied grade-level appropriate, integrated procedural knowledge and conceptual understa nce was exhibited by, but was not limited to, students: c concepts, algorithms, properties, and procedures to solve multi-step, routine problems te basic understanding of rational and irrational numbers solve simple quadratic equations nd use strategies to solve multi-step problems, can adapt strategies (flexible) to new situations, if necessary nt use of algebraic properties (e.g., commutative, distributive, property of equality) ormula for arithmetic/geometric sequences derstanding of parent functions to inverse, piecewise, logarithmic, trigonometric, power, and circular functions use geometric principles/properties correctly (e.g., triangle, angles, transformations, trigonometric ratios, perimeter /area/volume, simila ne concepts of probability and combinatorics (e.g., randomness, sampling, counting, independent and dependent events) ple probability simulations. Use appropriate tools (such as tables, charts, graphs compasses, protractors, and /or formulas) to obtain and alyze, interpret and display data the differences between statistical and algebraic graphs suitable charts and graphs for various types of data (e.g., circle, line, bar, scatter plot, box) e spread, shape, and display of the data e mathematical correctness of the collection and use of data apply appropriate formulas roblems into mathematical representations, and translate mathematical representations into problem situations d and apply distinctions between exactness and approximation, precision and accuracy, and tolerance cient use of graphing calculators to explore mathematical concepts and solve problems (e.g., lists, tables, graphs, and iterations) dequate written explanations that show solutions with supporting information vocabulary to explain and support answers nderstand a wide range of math vocabulary and apply it to new situations al (sometimes informal) arguments al steps in arguments of others nderstandable explanations ppropriate representations of information to aid explanation onable responses that are clearly and concisely organized using charts, graphs, and tables to communicate strategies and solutions xamples and counterexamples of mathematical ideas nd analyze examples ited ability to evaluate correctness of answers to non-routine problems te a partial understanding and use of mathematical, symbolic language to solve problems and communicate solutions y to make connections between classroom knowledge and real-world contexts with assistance ho scored at the â€œBasicâ€• level demonstrated minimal evidence of their understanding of the grade-level appropriate mathematical co nce was exhibited by, but was not limited to, students: c concepts, algorithms, properties, and procedures to solve simple one-step problems presented in a real-world context te partial understanding of rational and irrational numbers nt computation with rational numbers with minimal errors r strategies to solve multi-step problems, but cannot change or adapt strategies to new situations a pattern for simple arithmetic/geometric sequences algebraic properties but cannot always apply correctly solve simple linear equations and identify the basic characteristics of parent functions (linear, quadratic/ exponential/absolute value) and their families use fundamental geometric properties correctly te a partial understanding of the properties of two- and three-dimensional shapes between random and nonrandom situations, calculate elementary probabilities, choose and use correct formula(s) for a given problem ( priate tools (such as tables, charts, graphs compasses, protractors, and /or formulas) to obtain mathematical information rect graphs and tables, but indicate some difficulty in choosing the appropriate one ccurately using tools (e.g., protractor, ruler) organize data from a random sample of a population and provide limited analysis te incomplete understanding and use of units of measurement for distance and area formulas correctly e.g., graphs, tables, calculators) to recognize and interpret information te limited understanding of the distinction between exactness and approximation, precision and accuracy, and tolerance cient use of scientific calculators and use of basic functions on graphing calculators minimal written responses to questions se essential math vocabulary reasonable response to completely answer the question imple, logical arguments; but complex arguments are incomplete and may include unfounded inferences examples and applications of mathematical ideas ed ability to evaluate correctness of answers to routine problems amples or explanations with occasional errors basic narrative to explain the steps used to solve a problem te limited ability to understand and use mathematical, symbolic language ed ability to make connections between classroom knowledge and real world contexts ompletely, and thoroughly answered questions; answers provided examples, evidence, or elaboration. y recognized examples of the use of scientific principles in everyday life while realizing the impact of such technology on the natural world ppropriate and clearly labeled data tables and bar graphs to present scientific information. ted reliable knowledge for using simple scientific tools to observe and collect data as well as obtain accurate measurements. ed and reflected about real-world situations using his or her science knowledge and understanding. nd followed investigation procedures, manipulated simple materials, interpreted graphs and diagrams, and drew conclusions. her knowledge to describe and/or explain real-world objects and events as well as understand prediction of future observations and outc ted deep knowledge, understanding and skill in earth, life and physical science by generating or connecting the relationships among ideas blems using scientific knowledge and information from resources such as tables, graphs and text. ct to the elementary school Michigan Science Curriculum Framework, a student who scored at the ''Exceeded'' level in science: y recognized examples of technology and the underlying scientific principles in everyday life. omplete and correct answers to questions; answers were supported with some evidence and some elaboration. ted knowledge of simple scientific tools to make observations and obtain measurement. nd used simple data tables and bar graphs. used evidence and reason to make a scientific explanation. vestigation procedures, manipulated simple materials, and interpreted graphs and diagrams. her own knowledge to describe and/or explain real-world objects or events. easonable solutions for problems using scientific information from resources such as tables, graphs and text. ct to the elementary school Michigan Science Curriculum Framework, a student who scores at the ''Met'' level in science: ted knowledge, understanding and skill in earth, life and physical science by recognizing the relationships among ideas and concepts acro me ability to gather and prepare appropriate data from resources such as tables and bar graphs and text. ntly understands scientific principles underlying examples of technology in everyday life. artially correct answers to questions that included some error or contradiction; answer lacked sufficient evidence or elaboration. ted incomplete knowledge about using tools to make observation and measurement. nformation for scientific problems from resources such as tables, graphs and text. ted a limited capacity to judge evidence or develop scientific reasons for explanation of observations and events. mple investigation procedures, indicated some difficulty with manipulation of materials, and had some difficulty interpreting graphs and d her own knowledge to partially describe and/or partially explain real-world objects or events. ted a knowledge of earth, life and physical science; displayed limited recognition of relationships among these three branches of science. ct to the elementary school Michigan Science Curriculum Framework, a student who scored at the ''Basic'' level in science: entific concepts to technical problems recognizing the advantages and possible risks from new technology beyond immediate application. ompletely and thoroughly answered questions without contradiction; answers provided examples, evidence or elaboration. y predicted complex outcomes based on scientific knowledge. alternative explanations for observations and events offering evidence for making conclusions. ed and reflected about real-world situations using his or her science knowledge and understanding. nd critiqued investigations; knew and applied the sequence of steps for making a scientific investigation; readily identified and understoo blems using scientific knowledge and information from resources such as tables, graphs and text. her knowledge to describe and/or explain real-world events as well as understand prediction of future observations and outcomes. ted deep knowledge, understanding and skill in earth, life and physical science by generating or connecting the relationships among ideas ct to the middle school Michigan Science Curriculum Framework, a student who scored at the ''Exceeded'' level in science: omplete answers to questions without contradiction; the answer was supported with some evidence and some elaboration. entific concepts to technical problems and explained the intended results of the application with anticipation of the advantages and the ri alternative explanations for observations or events based on scientific knowledge. y predicted reasonable outcomes based on scientific knowledge. nvestigations and knew the sequence of steps for a scientific investigation; identified uses for scientific equipment as well as used the met used evidence and reason to make a scientific explanation. solutions for problems using scientific information from resources such as tables, graphs and text. her own knowledge to describe and/or explain real-world objects or events. ted knowledge, understanding and skill in earth, life and physical science by recognizing the relationships among ideas and concepts acro ct to the middle school Michigan Science Curriculum Framework, a student who scores at the ''Met'' level in science: artially correct answers to questions that could include some error or contradiction; answer lacked sufficient evidence or elaboration. some forms of technology; did not, however, anticipate the extent of benefits or risks that could be associated with technology. obvious outcome based on scientific knowledge. alternative explanations for observations or events with some scientific reasons supporting conclusions. d to a scientific investigation; performed less complex tasks used to observe, measure, collect and record scientific information; had some nformation for scientific problems from resources such as tables, graphs and text. ted a limited capacity to judge evidence or develop scientific reasons for explanation of observations and events. her own knowledge to partially describe and/or partially explain real-world objects or events. ted a knowledge of earth, life and physical science; did not, however, recognize relations among these three branches of science. Framework, a student who scored at the ''Basic'' level in science: ctional support, these students should continue to excel. , conduct, and critique investigations based on abstract questions; manipulate and adjust scientific variables; and have a thorough integra ell positioned to continue their education and careers with strong basis in science, technology, critical thinking, and investigation skills. an adequate basis in critical thinking and investigative skills applicable for daily life situations. With instructional support, these students s and conduct scientific investigations based on questions, manipulate and adjust scientific variables, and have an integrated knowledge of ents have some ability to design scientific investigations based on questions and have partial knowledge of life, Earth, and physical scienc ssistance to improve achievement. tensive intervention and support to improve achievement. ents have demonstrated minimal ability to design and conduct scientific investigations and have a very limited knowledge of life, Earth, an ently able to read and comprehend fourth grade level texts nd with breadth and depth of understanding and critically evaluate information and ideas nformation and ideas with deeper understanding and determine other complex concepts and relationships within more challenging texts te the characteristics of exemplary readers at the fourth grade level ently able to decode and comprehend fourth grade level texts ing strategies consistently and flexibly in order to construct meaning of grade level texts from a wide variety of genres te grade level understanding of text structures, text features, and language structures egically, think critically, evaluate information and ideas, and reason analytically about texts that are grade level appropriate demonstrate the characteristics of successful readers at the fourth grade level te minimal evidence of the knowledge and skills needed to comprehend many fourth grade level texts s in applying the strategies necessary to consistently comprehend grade level texts ecific aspects of the text that reflect overall meaning limited connections and may have difficulty extending the ideas in the text beyond the literal level ntly apply the skills necessary to be successful readers at the fourth grade level te inadequate evidence of the knowledge and skills needed to read fourth grade level texts mited strategies necessary to decode and/or understand grade level texts ills to be successful readers at the fourth grade leve erforming at Achievement Level IV consistently demonstrate comprehension of eighth grade level texts stently apply a range of appropriate reading strategies and comprehend with breadth and depth of understanding nderstand the authorâ€™s purpose and are able to analyze and evaluate the authorâ€™s use of language, text features, and characteristic an critically analyze and evaluate complex concepts in a variety of genres an make connections and extend ideas in the text beyond the literal level erforming at this level generally demonstrate the characteristics of exemplary readers at the eighth grade level erforming at Achievement Level III consistently demonstrate comprehension of eighth grade level texts stently apply appropriate reading strategies and understand what they read at the literal level and beyond nderstand the authorâ€™s purpose and are able to analyze the authorâ€™s use of language, text features, and characteristics in a variety re able to read strategically, make connections, think critically, and evaluate information and ideas from texts that are grade level approp erforming at this level generally demonstrate the characteristics of successful readers at the eighth grade level erforming at Achievement Level II demonstrate minimal evidence of the knowledge and skills needed to comprehend many eighth grade it gaps in applying the reading strategies necessary to comprehend grade level texts and inconsistently demonstrate an understanding of have difficulty identifying, analyzing, and evaluating the authorâ€™s purpose and use of language may make limited connections and may have difficulty extending ideas in the text beyond the literal level erforming at this level inconsistently apply the skills necessary to be successful readers at the eighth grade level erforming at Achievement Level I demonstrate inadequate evidence of the knowledge and skills necessary to read eighth grade level text ck sufficient mastery of appropriate reading strategies necessary to comprehend texts from a variety of genres erforming at this level generally lack the skills to be successful readers at the eighth grade level erforming at Achievement Level IV are consistently able to comprehend with breadth and depth a variety of ninth grade level texts stently and flexibly apply appropriate preparation, engagement, and reflection strategies in order to comprehend at a more sophisticated onsistently make inferences, generalizations, and connections, and draw conclusions beyond the literal level onsistently identify, analyze, and evaluate the authorâ€™s use of language and its effect on the text emonstrate a mastery of conventional written expression and effectively use various editing techniques to identify and correct errors in w erforming at this level generally demonstrate exemplary literacy skills at the ninth grade level erforming at Achievement Level III are consistently able to comprehend a variety of ninth grade level texts stently and flexibly apply appropriate preparation, engagement, and reflection strategies in order to comprehend a wide variety of texts an make inferences, generalizations, and connections, and draw conclusions beyond the literal level. Students consistently identify, analyz onsistently demonstrate an understanding of conventional written expression and effectively use various editing techniques to identify an erforming at this level generally demonstrate the literacy skills needed to be successful at the ninth grade level erforming at Achievement Level II exhibit gaps in basic reading strategies necessary to comprehend a variety of ninth grade level texts may have difficulty making connections and extending ideas in the text beyond the literal level. They may have difficulties identifying, analy nstrate an incomplete understanding of conventional written expression and inconsistently recognize and correct errors in written Englis erforming at this level inconsistently apply the literacy skills necessary to be successful at the ninth grade level erforming at Achievement Level I demonstrate inadequate evidence of the knowledge and skills necessary to comprehend a variety of ufficient mastery of appropriate reading strategies ossess limited understanding of conventional written expression and do not effectively recognize and correct errors in written English erforming at this level generally lack the literacy skills necessary to be successful at the ninth grade level erforming at Achievement Level IV commonly show a high level of conceptual understanding, compute accurately, and respond consisten nstrate flexibility by using a variety of problem-solving strategies. ur, students add, subtract, and multiply multi-digit numbers and divide with single-digit divisors to study rational numbers. Students identify properties of plane figures including area and perimeter measure length, capacity, mass, and elapsed time fy, create and extend patterns, read and interpret a variety of graphs, and use range, median, and mode to describe a set of data ders use simple experiments to investigate, discuss, and describe probabilities se non-numeric symbols to represent relationships and solve problems grade four concepts as well as those developed in previous years erforming at Achievement Level III generally show conceptual understanding, compute accurately, and respond with appropriate answers variety of problem-solving strategies ur, students add, subtract, and multiply multi-digit numbers and divide with single-digit divisors to study rational numbers. Students identify properties of plane figures including area and perimeter. measure length, capacity, mass, and elapsed time. They identify, create and extend patterns, read and interpret a variety of graphs, and us ders use simple experiments to investigate, discuss, and describe probabilities se non-numeric symbols to represent relationships and solve problems grade four concepts as well as those developed in previous years erforming at Achievement Level II typically show some evidence of conceptual understanding and computational accuracy and sometime nstrate limited use of problem-solving strategies ur, students add, subtract, and multiply multi-digit numbers and divide with single-digit divisors to study rational numbers dentify properties of plane figures including area and perimeter measure length, capacity, mass, and elapsed time fy, create and extend patterns, read and interpret a variety of graphs, and use range, median, and mode to describe a set of data ders use simple experiments to investigate, discuss, and describe probabilities se non-numeric symbols to represent relationships and solve problems grade four concepts as well as those developed in previous years erforming at Achievement Level I usually show minimal conceptual understanding and computational accuracy and often respond with in use problem-solving strategies ur, students add, subtract, and multiply multi-digit numbers and divide with single-digit divisors to study rational numbers dentify properties of plane figures including area and perimeter measure length, capacity, mass, and elapsed time fy, create and extend patterns, read and interpret a variety of graphs, and use range, median, and mode to describe a set of data ders use simple experiments to investigate, discuss, and describe probabilities. se non-numeric symbols to represent relationships and solve problems grade four concepts as well as those developed in previous years erforming at Achievement Level IV commonly show a high level of conceptual understanding, compute accurately, and respond consisten nstrate flexibility by using a variety of problem-solving strategies ght, students compare, order, and compute with rational numbers se the Pythagorean Theorem and solve problems with similar and congruent figures fy 3-D figures and calculate surface area and volume ders graph and use measures of central tendency to describe and analyze sets of data ne- and two-step linear equations and inequalities, patterns, ratios, proportions, and percents to represent relationships and solve proble nd the probability of dependent and independent events grade eight concepts as well as those developed in previous years erforming at Achievement Level III generally show conceptual understanding, compute accurately, and respond with appropriate answers variety of problem-solving strategies ght, students compare, order, and compute with rational numbers se the Pythagorean Theorem and solve problems with similar and congruent figures fy 3-D figures and calculate surface area and volume ders graph and use measures of central tendency to describe and analyze sets of data ne- and two-step linear equations and inequalities, patterns, ratios, proportions, and percents to represent relationships and solve proble nd the probability of dependent and independent events grade eight concepts as well as those developed in previous years erforming at Achievement Level II typically show some evidence of conceptual understanding and computational accuracy and sometime nstrate limited use of problem-solving strategies ght, students compare, order, and compute with rational numbers se the Pythagorean Theorem and solve problems with similar and congruent figures fy 3-D figures and calculate surface area and volume ders graph and use measures of central tendency to describe and analyze sets of data ne- and two-step linear equations and inequalities, patterns, ratios, proportions, and percents to represent relationships and solve proble nd the probability of dependent and independent events grade eight concepts as well as those developed in previous years erforming at Achievement Level I usually show minimal conceptual understanding and computational accuracy and often respond with in use problem-solving strategies ght, students compare, order, and compute with rational numbers se the Pythagorean Theorem and solve problems with similar and congruent figures fy 3-D figures and calculate surface area and volume ders graph and use measures of central tendency to describe and analyze sets of data ne- and two-step linear equations and inequalities, patterns, ratios, proportions, and percents to represent relationships and solve proble nd the probability of dependent and independent events grade eight concepts as well as those developed in previous years erforming at Achievement Level IV commonly show a high level of conceptual understanding, compute accurately, and respond consisten nstrate flexibility by using a variety of problem solving strategies I, students continue the study of algebraic concepts problems by performing operations with real numbers and polynomials, graph and use linear, quadratic, and exponential functions, and c Algebra I concepts as well as those developed in previous years erforming at Achievement Level III generally show conceptual understanding, compute accurately, and respond with appropriate answers variety of problem-solving strategies I, students continue the study of algebraic concepts problems by performing operations with real numbers and polynomials, graph and use linear, quadratic, and exponential functions, and c Algebra I concepts as well as those developed in previous years erforming at Achievement Level II typically show some evidence of conceptual understanding and computational accuracy and sometime nstrate limited use of problem-solving strategies 1students continue the study of algebraic concepts. They solve problems by performing operations with real numbers and polynomials; g Algebra I concepts as well as those developed in previous years erforming at Achievement Level I usually show minimal conceptual understanding and computational accuracy and often respond with in use problem-solving strategies I, students continue the study of algebraic concepts problems by performing operations with real numbers and polynomials, graph and use linear, quadratic, and exponential functions, and c Algebra I concepts as well as those developed in previous years erforming at Achievement Level IV commonly show a high level of conceptual understanding, compute accurately, and respond consisten nstrate flexibility by using a variety of problem-solving strategies II, students study advanced algebraic concepts including functions, polynomials, rational expressions, complex numbers, systems of equat so collect, organize, and interpret data with functions of best-fit to solve problems pply Algebra II concepts as well as those developed in Algebra I and Geometry erforming at Achievement Level III generally show conceptual understanding, compute accurately, and respond with appropriate answers variety of problem-solving strategies II, students study advanced algebraic concepts including functions, polynomials, rational expressions, complex numbers, systems of equat problems by performing operations with numbers and polynomials and using relations and functions so collect, organize, and interpret data with functions of best-fit to solve problems pply Algebra II concepts as well as those developed in Algebra I and Geometry erforming at Achievement Level II typically show some evidence of conceptual understanding and computational accuracy and sometime nstrate limited use of problem-solving strategies II, students study advanced algebraic concepts including functions, polynomials, rational expressions, complex numbers, systems of equat problems by performing operations with numbers and polynomials and using relations and functions so collect, organize, and interpret data with functions of best-fit to solve problems pply Algebra II concepts as well as those developed in Algebra I and Geometry erforming at Achievement Level I usually show minimal conceptual understanding and computational accuracy and often respond with in use problem-solving strategies II, students study advanced algebraic concepts including functions, polynomials, rational expressions, complex numbers, systems of equat problems by performing operations with numbers and polynomials and using relations and functions so collect, organize, and interpret data with functions of best-fit to solve problems pply Algebra II concepts as well as those developed in Algebra I and Geometry erforming at Achievement Level IV commonly show a high level of conceptual understanding, compute accurately, and respond consisten nstrate flexibility by using a variety of problem-solving strategies ry, students continue the study of geometric concepts building upon middle school topics from an inductive approach to deductive methods of proof in their study of geometric figures and in problem solving hree-dimensional reasoning skills are emphasized, and students broaden their use of the coordinate plane to include transformations of g eometric figures to solve problems involving probability pply Geometry concepts as well as those developed in Algebra I erforming at Achievement Level III generally show conceptual understanding, compute accurately, and respond with appropriate answers variety of problem-solving strategies ry, students continue the study of geometric concepts building upon middle school topics from an inductive approach to deductive methods of proof in their study of geometric figures and in problem solving hree-dimensional reasoning skills are emphasized, and students broaden their use of the coordinate plane to include transformations of g eometric figures to solve problems involving probability pply Geometry concepts as well as those developed in Algebra I erforming at Achievement Level II typically show some evidence of conceptual understanding and computational accuracy and sometime nstrate limited use of problem-solving strategies ry, students continue the study of geometric concepts building upon middle school topics from an inductive approach to deductive methods of proof in their study of geometric figures and in problem solving hree-dimensional reasoning skills are emphasized, and students broaden their use of the coordinate plane to include transformations of g eometric figures to solve problems involving probability pply Geometry concepts as well as those developed in Algebra I erforming at Achievement Level I usually show minimal conceptual understanding and computational accuracy and often respond with in use problem-solving strategies ry, students continue the study of geometric concepts building upon middle school topics from an inductive approach to deductive methods of proof in their study of geometric figures and in problem solving hree-dimensional reasoning skills are emphasized, and students broaden their use of the coordinate plane to include transformations of g eometric figures to solve problems involving probability pply Geometry concepts as well as those developed in Algebra I erforming at Achievement Level IV consistently demonstrate skills and knowledge at grade level. emonstrate a considerable understanding and evaluation of the interdependence within ecosystems as well as the ability to analyze the r erforming at this level consistently perform in a superior manner clearly beyond that required to be proficient at grade-level work. emonstrate a proficient level of understanding of the interdependence within ecosystems, the processes that change basic landforms, fac erforming at Achievement Level III demonstrate grade-level knowledge and skills. erforming at this level consistently demonstrate mastery of grade-level subject matter and skills and are well prepared for the next grade erforming at Achievement Level II demonstrate emerging knowledge and skills in this subject area and are minimally prepared at grade le emonstrate limited understanding of the relationships within ecosystems, the components of the processes that change basic landforms, erforming at this level demonstrate inconsistent mastery of knowledge and skills in this subject area and are minimally prepared to be suc emonstrate partial understanding of the diversity within ecosystems, the concept that basic landforms change, weather and climate, and erforming at Achievement Level I demonstrate insufficient knowledge and skills in this subject area at grade level. erforming at this level do not have sufficient mastery of knowledge and skills in this subject area to be successful at the next grade level. demonstrate a considerable understanding and evaluation of the application of principles and methodologies of scientific inquiry and tech erforming at this level consistently perform in a superior manner clearly beyond that required to be proficient at grade-level work. erforming at Achievement Level IV consistently demonstrate skills and knowledge at grade level. erforming at Achievement Level III demonstrate grade-level knowledge and skills. emonstrate a proficient level of understanding of principles and methodologies of scientific inquiry and technological design; the distribut erforming at this level consistently demonstrate mastery of grade-level subject matter and skills and are well prepared for the next grade erforming at Achievement Level II demonstrate emerging knowledge and skills in this subject area and are minimally prepared at grade le emonstrate limited understanding of basic principles and methodologies of scientific inquiry and technological design; the distribution, us erforming at this level demonstrate inconsistent mastery of knowledge and skills in this subject area and are minimally 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