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Integrating Assessments, Standards, and Instruction





ISBN 9781138668362
Published July 26, 2016 by Routledge
94 Pages - 1 B/W Illustrations

 
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Book Description

Bring SAT Math prep into the classroom to enhance student learning! In this new copublication from Routledge and test-prep experts A-List Education, you’ll learn how the updated SAT exam is closely aligned with the Common Core, making it easy to weave test prep into your curriculum and help students hone the skills they need for college readiness. The book is filled with practical examples of how the Common Core State Standards are connected to specific sections, question types, and strategies applicable to the SATs, so you can simultaneously prepare your students for the test while improving their overall math and reasoning skills.

 

Table of Contents

eResources

About the Authors

Introduction and Overview

1. About the SAT

Format

Math

Changes to the Text

2. Alignment with Common Core Math Standards

Overview

Standards for Mathematical Practice [MP]

Number and Quantity [N]

Algebra [A]

Functions [F]

Geometry [G]

Statistics and Probability [S]

3. SAT Math in the Classroom

Overview

1. Timed Practice

2. Problem-a-Day

3. Translation Exercises

Appendix A: All Math Alignment Tables

How to Read the Tables

Standards for Mathematical Practice

Number and Quantity

Algebra

Functions

Geometry

Statistics and Probability

References and Links

 

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Author(s)

Biography

A-List Education is an educational services provider serving more than 50,000 students with tutoring programs across the U.S. as well as in the UK, Dubai, Switzerland, and China.

Reviews

“This book shows content-area teachers how test preparation materials can supplement their classroom instruction rather than replacing their usual subject-specific content.  This integrated approach for test prep will be more meaningful for students by making the learning and practice test questions more relevant. This book assists teachers in developing an integrated approach to test prep instead of feeling that test prep is an 'extra' requirement that steals time from their content study.” –Karen Benningfield, Supervisor of Secondary Instruction, White County Schools, Sparta, Tennessee