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1 Mathematics Scoring Guide for Sample Test 2005 Grade 4

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3 Contents Strand and Performance Indicator Map with Answer Key Holistic Rubrics Scoring Policies for Mathematics Complete and Correct Response and Annotated Student Responses Question Question Question Question Question Question Question Question Question Question Question Question Question Question Question Question Question Question Page 1

4 Strand and Performance Indicator Map with Answer Key Grade 4, Book 1 Question Type Points Strand Content Performance Indicator Answer Key 1 Multiple Choice 1 Number Sense and Operations 4.N.2 B 2 Multiple Choice 1 Measurement 4.M.2 G 3 Multiple Choice 1 Number Sense and Operations 4.N.4 D 4 Multiple Choice 1 Algebra 4.A.1 J 5 Multiple Choice 1 Number Sense and Operations 4.N.14 D 6 Multiple Choice 1 Measurement 4.M.8 F 7 Multiple Choice 1 Number Sense and Operations 4.N.21 B 8 Multiple Choice 1 Number Sense and Operations 4.N.3 H 9 Multiple Choice 1 Number Sense and Operations 4.N.20 B 10 Multiple Choice 1 Number Sense and Operations 4.N.14 F 11 Multiple Choice 1 Number Sense and Operations 4.N.18 C 12 Multiple Choice 1 Geometry 4.G.4 J 13 Multiple Choice 1 Number Sense and Operations 4.N.17 C 14 Multiple Choice 1 Geometry 4.G.3 H 15 Multiple Choice 1 Algebra 4.A.2 D 16 Multiple Choice 1 Number Sense and Operations 4.N.26 H 17 Multiple Choice 1 Number Sense and Operations 4.N.18 D 18 Multiple Choice 1 Number Sense and Operations 4.N.6 F 19 Multiple Choice 1 Number Sense and Operations 3.N.25 B 20 Multiple Choice 1 Statistics and Probability 4.S.5 H 21 Multiple Choice 1 Measurement 4.M.9 B 22 Multiple Choice 1 Algebra 4.A.5 J 23 Multiple Choice 1 Measurement 4.M.9 C 24 Multiple Choice 1 Measurement 4.M.1 G 25 Multiple Choice 1 Number Sense and Operations 3.N.15 A Page 2

5 Strand and Performance Indicator Map with Answer Key Question Type Points Strand Content Performance Indicator Answer Key 26 Multiple Choice 1 Statistics and Probability 4.S.5 J 27 Multiple Choice 1 Measurement 4.M.6 D 28 Multiple Choice 1 Geometry 3.G.2 G 29 Multiple Choice 1 Measurement 4.M.4 D 30 Multiple Choice 1 Number Sense and Operations Grade 4, Book 2 4.N Short Response 2 Number Sense and Operations 4.N.14 n/a 32 Short Response 2 Number Sense and Operations 4.N.18 n/a 33 Short Response 2 Geometry 4.G.2 n/a 34 Short Response 2 Number Sense and Operations 4.N.21 n/a 35 Short Response 2 Algebra 4.A.1 n/a 36 Extended Response 3 Algebra 4.A.5 n/a 37 Short Response 2 Measurement 4.M.8 n/a 38 Short Response 2 Geometry 4.G.4 n/a 39 Extended Response 3 Statistics and Probability Grade 4, Book 3 4.S.3 40 Short Response 2 Number Sense and Operations 4.N.18 n/a 41 Short Response 2 Number Sense and Operations 4.N.20 n/a 42 Short Response 2 Algebra 4.A.4 n/a 43 Short Response 2 Measurement 7.M.3 n/a 44 Short Response 2 Number Sense and Operations 4.N.21 n/a 45 Extended Response 3 Geometry 4.G.3 n/a 46 Extended Response 3 47 Short Response 2 48 Short Response 2 Statistics and Probability Number Sense and Operations Statistics and Probability 4.S.6 4.N.21 4.S.6 F n/a n/a n/a n/a Page 3

6 2-Point Holistic Rubric Score Points: 2 Points A two-point response is complete and correct. This response demonstrates a thorough understanding of the mathematical concepts and/or procedures embodied in the task indicates that the student has completed the task correctly, using mathematically sound procedures contains clear, complete explanations and/or adequate work when required 1 Point A one-point response is only partially correct. This response indicates that the student has demonstrated only a partial understanding of the mathematical concepts and/or procedures embodied in the task addresses some elements of the task correctly but may be incomplete or contain some procedural or conceptual flaws may contain an incorrect solution but applies a mathematically appropriate process may contain a correct numerical answer but required work is not provided 0 Points A zero-point response is incorrect, irrelevant, incoherent, or contains a correct response arrived at using an obviously incorrect procedure. Although some parts may contain correct mathematical procedures, holistically they are not sufficient to demonstrate even a limited understanding of the mathematical concepts embodied in the task. Condition Code A Condition Code A is applied whenever a student who is present for a test session leaves an entire open-ended item in that session blank (no response). Page 4

9 Content-Specific Scoring Clarifications for Mathematics Tests 1. All necessary signs of operation should be present for work to be considered mathematically complete and correct. If signs of operation in the work shown are missing and it is absolutely clear and apparent in the student s work which operation is being used, and all other work required is correct, the student should receive full credit. 2. In questions that require students to provide bar graphs, touching bars are acceptable only at Grades 3 and If the question asks the student to provide an expression and the student provides an equation, this is an acceptable response at Grades 3 and 4 only. For additional clarification, see the web site Page 7

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12 This response is complete and correct. Score Point - 2 Page 10

13 This response is only partially correct. It applies the correct mathematical process, but contains a transcription error with one of the addends. Score Point - 1 Page 11

14 This response is incorrect. Score Point - 0 Page 12

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17 This response is complete and correct. Score Point - 2 Page 15

18 This response is only partially correct. The process of adding 17 six times is a correct way to address the task; however, the solution is incorrect. Score Point - 1 Page 16

19 This response is completely incorrect. The addition of 17 and 6 is an inappropriate process and does not demonstrate even a limited understanding of the task. Score Point - 0 Page 17

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22 This response is complete and correct. Score Point - 2 Page 20

23 This response is only partially correct. Part A is correct; however Part B is incorrect. Score Point - 1 Page 21

24 This response is completely incorrect. The pentagon is incorrectly drawn and the number of sides is incorrect. Score Point - 0 Page 22

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27 This response is complete and correct. Score Point - 2 Page 25

28 This response is only partially correct. It contains the mathematically appropriate process, but arrives at an incorrect solution. Score Point - 1 Page 26

29 This response is completely incorrect. Score Point - 0 Page 27

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32 This response is complete and correct. Score Point - 2 Page 30

33 This response is only partially correct. The work in Part B shows the sound mathematical procedure, resulting in the correct answer. However, the number `sentence written in Part A is incomplete. Score Point - 1 Page 31

34 This response is incorrect and is not sufficient to demonstrate even a limited understanding of the mathematical concepts embodied in the task. Score Point - 0 Page 32

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39 This response is complete and correct. The rule given to change IN numbers to OUT numbers is clear and complete. Although not required, the rule for how to change OUT numbers to IN numbers is also provided. Score Point - 3 Page 37

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41 This response is partially correct. The rule given to change IN numbers to OUT numbers is complete and correct. The number 9 entered on the number machine table s IN column is also correct. However, the 16 entered on the table s OUT column is incorrect. Score Point - 2 Page 39

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43 This response is incomplete and exhibits flaws but is not completely incorrect. The numbers entered on the number machine table (9 and 24) are both correct. However, the rule given to describe how to change IN numbers to OUT numbers is incomplete. Score Point - 1 Page 41

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45 This response is incorrect and is not sufficient to demonstrate even a limited understanding of the mathematical concepts embodied in the task. Score Point - 0 Page 43

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48 This response is complete and correct. Score Point - 2 Page 46

49 This response is only partially correct. The correct process is shown but the solution is incorrect. Score Point - 1 Page 47

50 This response is completely incorrect. No work is shown and the solution is incorrect. Score Point - 0 Page 48

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53 This response is complete and correct. Score Point - 2 Page 51

54 This response demonstrates only partial understanding of the mathematical concepts embodied in the task. The correct answer for area, 24, is given, but the work and answer for perimeter are incorrect. Score Point - 1 Page 52

55 This response is completely incorrect. Score Point - 0 Page 53

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59 This response is complete and correct. Score Point - 3 Page 57

60 This response is partially correct. The scale is appropriate to the task and the bars are accurate. A title and axes labels are missing. Score Point - 2 Page 58

61 This response is incomplete and exhibits many flaws, but is not completely incorrect. While the bars are labeled, both axes are not. In addition, the scale is flawed, as 0 appears to have been given spacial representation on the vertical axis. A limited understanding of bar graphs is shown. Score Point - 1 Page 59

62 This response is not correct. Bar labels and a scale are present, but holistically are not sufficient to demonstrate even a limited understanding of bar graphs. Score Point - 0 Page 60

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65 This response is complete and correct. Score Point - 2 Page 63

66 This response is only partially correct. The appropriate processes are shown but the solution is incorrect. Score Point - 1 Page 64

67 This response is completely incorrect. Score Point - 0 Page 65

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70 This response is complete and correct. Score Point - 2 Page 68

71 This response is only partially correct. The work shows the mathematically sound procedure of dividing the total miles of the trip by the daily miles. However, the answer given is incorrect. Score Point - 1 Page 69

72 This response is completely incorrect. Although the number 30 is used in the work shown, many irrelevant numbers are also used. Holistically, the response is not sufficient to demonstrate even a limited understanding of the mathematical concepts embodied in the task. Score Point - 0 Page 70

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75 This response is complete and correct. Score Point - 2 Page 73

76 This response is only partially correct. The explanation is correct. However, the process is incomplete and the answer is incorrect. Score Point - 1 Page 74

77 This response is incorrect. Only ten squares are drawn for Row 6 as part of the explanation provided. An incorrect answer is given and there is no explanation for the source of that answer. Score Point - 0 Page 75

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80 This response is complete and correct. Score Point - 2 Page 78

81 This response is only partially correct. It contains the correct numerical answer but the required work is not provided. Score Point - 1 Page 79

82 This response is completely incorrect and does not demonstrate even a limited understanding of the mathematical concepts embodied in the task. Score Point - 0 Page 80

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85 This response is complete and correct. Score Point - 2 Page 83

86 This response is only partially correct. The mathematical process is correct. However, the answer given is incorrect. Score Point - 1 Page 84

87 This response is completely incorrect. Score Point - 0 Page 85

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90 This response is complete and correct. Score Point - 3 Page 88

91 This response is partially correct and addresses most aspects of the task. The figure is drawn correctly and the answer is correct. However, no work is shown. Score Point - 2 Page 89

92 This response demonstrates only a limited understanding of the mathematical concepts embodied in the task. The rectangle drawn is accurate; however, the work shown and the perimeter given are incorrect. Score Point - 1 Page 90

93 This response is completely incorrect. The figure drawn is incorrect. The answer and required work are incorrect. Score Point - 0 Page 91

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98 This response is complete and correct. Score Point - 3 Page 96

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100 This response is partially correct. The mathematical process and answer in Part A are correct. However, Part B contains a flaw of multiplying by 5 instead of 4, resulting in an incorrect answer. Score Point - 2 Page 98

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102 This response is incomplete and exhibits many flaws but is not completely incorrect. The mathematical process and answer shown in the work in Part A are correct. However, the answer written on the answer blank is incorrect. Score Point - 1 Page 100

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104 This response is incorrect and is not sufficient to demonstrate even a limited understanding of the mathematical concepts embodied in the task. Score Point - 0 Page 102

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107 This response is complete and correct. Score Point - 2 Page 105

108 This response is only partially correct. It contains the correct solution but does not provide the necessary work. Score Point - 1 Page 106

109 This response is incorrect and is not sufficient to demonstrate even a limited understanding of the mathematical concepts embodied in the task. The operation is not appropriate for this task. Score Point - 0 Page 107

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112 This response is complete and correct. Score Point - 2 Page 110

113 This response is only partially correct. The total number of votes is correctly determined using the pictograph and its key. However, the total votes are not divided by two to get the number of students who voted and therefore, the answer given is incorrect. Score Point - 1 Page 111

114 This response is completely incorrect. Ignoring the key and adding the number of single muffins from the pictograph is not sufficient to demonstrate even a limited understanding of the mathematical concepts embodied in the task. The answer given is also incorrect. Score Point - 0 Page 112

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