Sharon Soliday is presenting on, “7 curriculum-based tasks that you could utilize in any building, with any population” today at 12 noon PST. Below is information that you will need during the presentation:

1. Sample Written Directions: Math Assessment
You may be given a calculator to use for at least one part of your booklet. If you are given a calculator, you will have to decide when to use it in each section where its use is permitted. For some questions using the calculator is helpful, but for other questions the calculator may not be helpful. After each question you will be asked to indicate whether you used the calculator.

When you receive the calculator, make sure you know how to use it. There are instructions on the back cover of this booklet to help you. If the calculator does not work or if you do not know how to use it, raise your hand and ask for help.

REMEMBER:

  • Read each question CAREFULLY.
  • Fill in only ONE OVAL for each question or write your answer in the space provided.
  • If you change your answer, ERASE your first answer COMPLETELY.
  • CHECK OVER your work if you finish a section early.

2. Class Rules Set #1

  • No interfering with the teaching and learning of others.
  • Respect personal space, rights and property of others.
  • Follow directions of all your teachers.
  • Come to class prepared with all supplies and homework complete.

Class Rules Set #2

  • Be respectful of yourself and others.
  • Raise your hand before you speak during a classroom lesson.
  • Listen quietly while others are speaking.
  • Obey all school rules.

Class Rules Set #3

  • Be polite, courteous, and respectful at all times.
  • Complete all assignments neatly and on time.
  • Leave your seat only when necessary.
  • Keep your hands to yourself.
  • Be quiet in lines, hallways, and restrooms.
  • Obey all school rules.

Class Rules Set #4

  • Follow Directions
  • Complete Work On Time
  • Respect Fellow Classmates
  • Raise Your Hand And Wait To Be Called On
  • Stay On Task
  • Respect Other People’s Property
  • Always Do Your Best

5. Subject area vocabulary

Math dictionary for kids-online. Click here for link.