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					                                                         Mathematics Supplemental Aids
                                                 Allowed on TAKS (Accommodated) and TAKS-M
                                                Side-by-Side Comparison of Last Year & This Year
                                 2009-2010                                                                          2010-2011
A standard English dictionary (or Spanish dictionary if a Spanish test is         A standard English dictionary (or Spanish dictionary if a Spanish test is
administered) that is grade- or ability-appropriate may be used. Glossaries,      administered) that is grade- or ability-appropriate may be used. An
including those made by teachers or students, that contain definitions of         Accommodation Request Form is not required. Glossaries, including those
vocabulary specific to mathematics are not allowed.                               made by teachers or students, that contain definitions of subject-specific
                                                                                  vocabulary are not allowed.
A mnemonic device is a technique that assists or is intended to assist with       A mnemonic device is a technique that assists with memory. Mnemonic
memory. Mnemonic devices that are acronyms or phrases may be used to help         devices that are acronyms and/or phrases may be used to help a student recall
a student recall information. However, the content-specific words that the        information. An Accommodation Request Form is not required. The subject-
mnemonic represents are not allowed. For example, the acronym “PEMDAS”            specific words that the mnemonic represents are not allowed. For example, the
and/or the phrase “Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally” may be used to help a        acronym “PEMDAS” and/or the phrase “Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally”
student recall the correct order of operations. But the content-specific words    may be used to help a student recall the correct order of operations. But the
“Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Addition, Subtraction”         subject-specific words “Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication, Division,
cannot be included. Mnemonic devices other than acronyms or phrases require       Addition, Subtraction,” and the mathematical symbols associated with the
the submission of an Accommodation Request Form.                                  words, cannot be included.
                                                                                  Addition charts may be used. An Accommodation Request Form is not
                                                                                  required. The addition chart must be a grid used to find answers, not a list of
                                                                                  addition facts. Each axis may be numbered up to 9, but no higher than 9.
                                                                                  Highlighting or any other indication of special numbers (e.g., even numbers) in
                                                                                  the body of the chart is not allowed. NEW THIS YEAR!
Multiplication charts may be used. The multiplication chart must be a grid used   Multiplication charts may be used. An Accommodation Request Form is not
to find answers, not a list of multiplication facts. Each axis may be numbered    required. The multiplication chart must be a grid used to find answers, not a list
up to 12, but no higher than 12. There should be no highlighting or any other     of multiplication facts. Each axis may be numbered up to 12, but no higher
indication of special numbers (e.g., perfect squares) in the body of the chart.   than 12. Highlighting or any other indication of special numbers (e.g., perfect
                                                                                  squares) in the body of the chart is not allowed.
Number lines labeled with the integers -10 to 10 or the whole numbers 0 to 10     Number lines labeled with the integers -10 to 10 or the whole numbers 0 to 10
may be used; however, the numbers must be grade appropriate. For example, it      may be used; however, the numbers must be grade appropriate. An
would not be appropriate to provide a number line showing negative integers at    Accommodation Request Form is not required. For example, it would not be
grades 3 through 5, but a number line with the whole numbers from 0 to 10         appropriate to provide a number line showing negative integers at grades 3
labeled would be appropriate for these grades. There should be no highlighting    through 5, but a number line with the whole numbers from 0 to 10 labeled
or any other indication of number patterns (e.g., multiples).                     would be appropriate for these grades. Highlighting or any other indication of
                                                                                  number patterns (e.g., multiples) is not allowed.
A 100 chart may be used as long as there is no highlighting or any other          A 100 chart may be used. An Accommodation Request Form is not required.
indication of special numbers (e.g., prime numbers) in the body of the chart.     Highlighting or any other indication of special numbers (e.g., prime numbers)
                                                                                  in the body of the chart is not allowed.
                                                                                  A list of words for the numbers 0–9 (zero, one, two,... nine) and the multiples
                                                                                  of 10 up to 100 (ten, twenty, thirty,... one hundred) may be used. An
                                                                                  Accommodation Request Form is not required. NEW THIS YEAR!
                                 2009-2010                                                                          2010-2011
A place value chart may be used; however, it cannot contain any numbers as         A place value chart may be used. An Accommodation Request Form is not
specific examples. Place value labels and a decimal point are allowed as long      required. The chart may not contain any numbers as specific examples. Place
as they are grade appropriate.                                                     value labels and a decimal point are allowed if they are grade appropriate.
A list of key words for mathematical operations (e.g., all together means add)     A list of key words for the mathematical operations (add, subtract, multiply,
may be used.                                                                       and divide) may be used (e.g., all together means add). An Accommodation
                                                                                   Request Form is not required.
                                                                                   Pictorial models of the following may be used: real or play money, clocks,
                                                                                   base-ten blocks, various types of counters, and algebra tiles. An
                                                                                   Accommodation Request Form is not required. NEW THIS YEAR!
Pictorial models of fraction bars or fraction circles may be used. However, if     Pictorial models of fraction bars or fraction circles may be used. An
the model is labeled, it should not show equivalencies (e.g., 1/2 = 2/4 = 0.5 =    Accommodation Request Form is not required. If the model is labeled, it
50%).                                                                              should not show equivalencies (e.g., 1/2 = 2/4 = 0.5 = 50%).
Pictorial models of two- and three-dimensional figures, including angles, may      Pictorial models of two- and three-dimensional figures may be used. An
be provided; however, naming the figure or describing its attributes is not        Accommodation Request Form is not required. A figure may not be labeled
allowed. It is allowable to point out dimensions such as length or diameter; but   with its name, or attributes (e.g., cube, vertex, face). A figure may be labeled
it is not allowable to indicate attributes such as providing the number of edges   only with variables or words that appear on the grade-appropriate mathematics
or vertices.                                                                       chart provided by TEA. For example, at grade 7 a triangle may be labeled with
                                                                                   the variable b and the word base but not the word triangle.
                                                                                   Pictorial models and graphics other than those listed above may also be used if
                                                                                   they do not contain titles, words, labels, acronyms, numbers, or symbols. An
                                                                                   Accommodation Request Form is not required. NEW THIS YEAR!
                                                                                   Blank graphic organizers may be used. This means that the graphic organizer
                                                                                   may not contain titles, words, labels, pictures, acronyms, numbers, or symbols.
                                                                                   An Accommodation Request Form is not required. NEW THIS YEAR!
A description of the process needed to solve a problem can be provided.
However, no specific examples can be shown. For example, the student can
have the steps of long division listed, but a sample division problem that
includes numbers cannot be provided. NOT ALLOWED THIS YEAR!

				
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