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Determining Instructional Level in Everyday Mathematics

The Everyday Mathematics unit Checking Progress and End-of-Year Assessments can be given to each student.

  • Sample Grade 2 Unit 1 Checking Progress
    .pdf downloadCopyright © 2004 McGraw-Hill, Max Bell et al.

  • Sample Grade 2 End-of-Year Assessment
    .pdf downloadCopyright © 2004 McGraw-Hill, Max Bell et al.

  • Sample EM Learning Goals

The Everyday Mathematics Individual Profile of Progress can be used to record results of the assessments. It can be more helpful than the Class Profile because it lists B, D, and S goals. Some teachers have also found the Individual Profile of Progress a useful graphic organizer for writing the IEP.

  • Grade 2 Individual Profile of Progress Templates
    - Unit 1
    .pdf downloadCopyright © 2004 McGraw-Hill, Max Bell et al.

    - 4th Quarter
    .pdf downloadCopyright © 2004 McGraw-Hill, Max Bell et al.

Another opportunity for pre-assessment is to use the New York State Sample Tasks for grade-specific performance indicators. Sample Tasks from previous grades can also be used to determine student levels.