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					Johnson Elementary School (Week _6__)
         Skill: Multiplication




Subject: Math                Grade 5th
This test section contains EIGHT multiple-choice and ONE open-response (short-answer)
questions. Please mark your answers for the multiple-choice questions in the spaces provided on
your Student Response Booklet. Mark only one answer for each question. If you do not know the
answer, make your best guess. DO NOT WRITE ANY ANSWERS IN THIS TEST BOOKLET.
WHEN YOU FINISH, DO NOT WORK ON ANY OTHER TEST SECTION.

   1.   3,459
        X 48

   O    A.      166,132
   O    B.      166,032
   O    C.      266,032
   O    D.      176,032


   2.   A school bought 45 desks for each class. There were 16 classes in the school. What is
        the total number of desks the school bought?

   O    A.      720 desks
   O    B.      725 desks
   O    C.      700 desks
   O    D.      710 desks


   3.   Robin deposits $345 each month in her bank account. If she continues the same
        amount for the whole year, what will be her balance at the end of the year?

   O    A.      $ 4,120
   O    B.      $ 4,148
   O    C.      $4,165
   O    D.      $ 4,140


   4.   367 x 231 =

   O    A.      80,777
   O    B.      74,777
   O    C.      84,777
   O    D.      84,707

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5.   Identify the property that is being used.

     5x0=0x5=0
O    A. Distributive property of addition
O    B.      Associative property of addition
O    C.      Multiplication property of zero
O    D.      Commutative property of multiplication


6.   There are 126 shops in a mall out of which 108 have been rented. If the monthly rent
     for each shop is $2,200, what is the total rent for all the rented shops?

O    A.      $275,400
O    B.      $237,600
O    C.      $245,900
O    D.      $277,200


7.   Identify the property that is being used.

     (3 x 9) x 6 = 3 x ( 9 x 6)
O    A.      Associative property of multiplication
O    B.      Commutative property of multiplication
O    C.      Associative property of addition
O    D.      Distributive property of addition


8.    57.5
     x 2.8

O    A.      161.00
O    B.      16.10
O    C.      161.20
O    D.      160.00
                           OPEN-RESPONSE QUESTION
Read all parts of the open-response question before you begin. Write your answers to the open-
response question in the space provided on your Student Response Booklet. DO NOT WRITE ANY
ANSWERS IN THIS TEST BOOKLET.


                                       Movie Tickets
  9.     A family of 4 (1 adult and 3 children) is planning a trip to the movies. Use
        the chart below to answer the questions.

                                      COST OF MOVIES
                                            Matinee                     After 6:00 p.m.
             Adult                           $ 4.00                          $ 8.00
             Child                           $ 2.00                          $ 6.00
  A.)   How much will the family pay for tickets if they go to the movies after 6:00 p.m.?
        Explain your answer or show your work.

  B.)   How much will the family pay for tickets if they go to the matinee? Explain your
        answer or show your work.

  C.)   If they go to the matinee instead of an evening movie, will they save enough money
        for each person to buy a small popcorn and a small soda? Explain your answer or
        show your work.

                                 COST OF REFRESHMENTS
                                           Popcorn                            Sodas
           Small                            $ 2.50                            $ 1.50
          Medium                            $ 3.50                            $ 2.50
           Large                            $ 4.50                            $ 3.50




                 Do not write on this page. Please write your
                   answer to this open-response question in
                               the test answer booklet



                                                         STOP!
Student Name___________________________________________________
     Scoring Guide

        SCORE                                       DESCRIPTION
           4        Student scores 6 points
           3        Student scores 5 points
           2        Student scores 3-4 points
           1        Student scores 1-2 points
           0        Student’s response is totally incorrect or irrelevant.
         Blank      No student response.

**See next page for complete scoring guide.
Annotated Rubric/ Performance Expectations for ORQ
Academic Expectation: 2.8 Students understand various mathematical procedures and use them
appropriately and accurately.
Core Content: MA-05-1.3.1
Ceiling DOK Level: 2            Question DOK Level: 2
Question Type (circle): Scaffold, Single Dimension/Component, Two or More Relatively Independent
Components, Student Choice, Respond to Provided Information

An appropriate student response should provide evidence of the student’s understanding……….
To use Multiplication to solve a real life problem.


For example, an appropriate response to this question would show that the student can multiply to solve
problems.
  SCORING GUIDE

 A. .2 Points total:
1 point for correct answer of $26.00.
1 point for work shown.
(Note: Student can earn 1 point for proper procedure but may include a minor computational error that leads
to an incorrect final answer.)
Possible answer 1 X $8 = $ 8
3 X $6 = $18
TOTAL= $26

B. 2 points total
1 point for correct answer of $10
1 point for work shown. (NOTE: Student can earn 1 point for proper procedure, but may include a minor
computational error that leads to an incorrect final answer.
Possible answer: 1 X $4 = $ 4
3 X $2 = $ 6
TOTAL = $10

C. 2 Points (Students cannot earn 1 point by simply answering "Yes". This is a two part answer. Students
may earn one point each for: 1) correctly computing the price difference between the matinee and After 6
p.m. movie, and 2) correctly computing the cost of refreshments.

4 X $2.50 = $10.00
cost of popcorn
4 X $1.50 = 6.00
cost of soda
Total of refreshments $16.00

$26.00 - $10.00 - $16.00 saved by attending the matinee.


Essential Vocabulary: Multiplication, Multiply, Decimals and Tenths


Resources/Technology:
http://www.mytestbook.com/; http://fmpweb1.jefferson.k12.ky.us/OpenResponseBank/FMPro;
http://quizlet.com/; http://www.gamequarium.com/index.htm;
                     First                                        First CC                                DOK       Answer     Rational/Annotation for MC
Questi


                     A.E.                                                                                Level of    Key               Questions
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                                                                                                           MC
                                                                                                         Question
   1     2.8    Students understand     MA-05-1.3.1                           DOK CEILING 2                 1        B       Because 166,032 is the
                                        Students will analyze real-world problems to identify
         various mathematical           appropriate representations using mathematical                                       answer
         procedures and use them        operations, and will apply operations to solve real-world
                                        problems with the following constraints:
         appropriately and accurately     add, subtract, multiply, and divide whole numbers (less than
                                             100,000,000), using technology where appropriate;
   2     2.8    Students understand     MA-05-1.3.1                         DOK CEILING 2                   2        A       720 desks is the correct
                                        Students will analyze real-world problems to identify
         various mathematical           appropriate representations using mathematical                                       answer
         procedures and use them        operations, and will apply operations to solve real-world
                                        problems with the following constraints:
         appropriately and accurately     add, subtract, multiply, and divide whole numbers (less than
                                          100,000,000), using technology where appropriate
   3     2.8    Students understand     MA-05-1.3.1                         DOK CEILING 2                   2        D       $4,140 is the correct answer
                                        Students will analyze real-world problems to identify
         various mathematical           appropriate representations using mathematical
         procedures and use them        operations, and will apply operations to solve real-world
                                        problems with the following constraints:
         appropriately and accurately     add, subtract, multiply, and divide whole numbers (less than
                                          100,000,000), using technology where appropriate
   4     2.8    Students understand     MA-05-1.3.1                        DOK CEILING 2                    1        C        84,777 is the correct
                                        Students will analyze real-world problems to identify
         various mathematical           appropriate representations using mathematical                                       answer
         procedures and use them        operations, and will apply operations to solve real-world
                                        problems with the following constraints:
         appropriately and accurately     add, subtract, multiply, and divide whole numbers (less than
                                          100,000,000), using technology where appropriate

   5     2.8    Students understand     MA-05-1.3.1                       DOK CEILING 2                     1        D       Commutative Property of
                                        Students will analyze real-world problems to identify
         various mathematical           appropriate representations using mathematical                                       multiplication is the answer.
         procedures and use them        operations, and will apply operations to solve real-world
                                        problems with the following constraints:
         appropriately and accurately     add, subtract, multiply, and divide whole numbers (less than
                                          100,000,000), using technology where appropriate
   6     2.8    Students understand     MA-05-1.3.1                        DOK CEILING 2                    2        B       $237,600 is the correct
                                        Students will analyze real-world problems to identify
         various mathematical           appropriate representations using mathematical                                       answer
         procedures and use them        operations, and will apply operations to solve real-world
                                        problems with the following constraints:
         appropriately and accurately   add, subtract, multiply, and divide whole numbers (less than
                                        100,000,000), using technology where appropriate

   7     2.8    Students understand     MA-05-1.3.1                         DOK CEILING 2                   1        A       Associative Property of
                                        Students will analyze real-world problems to identify
         various mathematical           appropriate representations using mathematical                                       multiplication is the answer.
         procedures and use them        operations, and will apply operations to solve real-world
                                        problems with the following constraints:
         appropriately and accurately   add, subtract, multiply, and divide whole numbers (less than
                                        100,000,000), using technology where appropriate
   8     2.8    Students understand     MA-05-1.3.1                          DOK CEILING 2                   1       A       161.00 is the answer
                                        Students will analyze real-world problems to identify
         various mathematical           appropriate representations using mathematical
         procedures and use them        operations, and will apply operations to solve real-world
                                        problems with the following constraints:
         appropriately and accurately   add, subtract, multiply, and divide whole numbers (less than
                                        100,000,000), using technology where appropriate

				
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