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Mathematics Samples Form LM Grade 3

Illinois State Board of Education

_______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book - Grade 3

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_______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book - Grade 3

**Structure of the Grade 3 Mathematics ISAT
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ISAT Mathematics testing in spring 2010 will consist of 30 norm-referenced items, as well as 45 criterionreferenced items, some of which will be used for developmental purposes. The 30 norm-referenced items are an abbreviated form of the Stanford 10 Mathematics Problem Solving assessment, developed by Harcourt, Inc. The 45 criterion-referenced items are all written by Illinois educators and pilot tested with Illinois students.

Item Formats

All 75 items are aligned to the Illinois Mathematics Assessment Framework, which deﬁnes the elements of the Illinois Learning Standards that are suitable for state testing. Multiple-choice items require students to read, reﬂect, or compute and then to select the alternative that best expresses what they believe the answer to be. This format is appropriate for quickly determining whether students have achieved certain knowledge and skills. Well-designed multiple-choice items can measure student knowledge and understanding, as well as students’ selection and application of problem-solving strategies. A carefully constructed multiple-choice item can assess any of the levels of mathematical complexity from simple procedures to sophisticated concepts. They can be designed to reach beyond the ability of students to “plug-in” alternatives or eliminate choices to determine a correct answer. Such items are limited in the extent to which they can provide evidence of the depth of students’ thinking. Short-response items pose similar questions as multiple-choice items and provide a reliable and valid basis for extrapolating about students’ approaches to problems. These items reduce the concern about guessing that accompanies multiple-choice items. The short-response items are scored with a rubric and count as 5% of the scale score of the test. Extended-response items require students to consider a situation that demands more than a numerical response. These items require students to model, as much as possible, real problem solving in a large scale assessment context. When an extended-response item poses a problem to solve, the student must determine what is required to “solve” the problem, choose a plan, carry out the plan, and interpret the solution in terms of the original situation. Students are expected to clearly communicate their decision-making processes in the context of the task proposed by the item (e.g., through writing, pictures, diagrams, or well-ordered steps). The extended-response items are scored with a rubric and count as 10% of the scale score of the test. Scoring Extended- and Short-Response Items Extended- and short-response items are evaluated according to an established scoring scale, called a rubric, developed from a combination of expectations and a sample of actual student responses. Such rubrics must be particularized by expected work and further developed by examples of student work in developing a guide for scorers.

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_______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . Rulers for Grade 3 Mathematics ISAT All students in grade 3 will be provided with a ruler to use during all sessions of the mathematics assessment. Any student who is still actively engaged in testing when the 45 minutes have elapsed will be allowed up to an additional 10 minutes to complete that test session.) Session 3 45 Minutes Calculator Use for Grade 3 Mathematics ISAT In grade 3. More details about how to administer extra time will appear in the ISAT Test Administration Manual. unless it is a documented accommodation for a student with an Individualized Education Program (IEP).All Grades 40 linguistically modified. Students receiving this provision must be tested separately from students getting standard time. Session 1 45 Minutes Session 2 45 Minutes ISAT Mathematics Form LM . Side-by-Side English/Spanish format .from original ISAT text (Some ítems will be pilot ítems. multiple-choice items 3 short-response items with 2 options: 1. multiple-choice items (30 of these are an abbreviated form of the Stanford 10. Side-by-side English/Spanish format . This ruler will allow students to measure in both inches and centimeters. There is no specified time limit for these sessions other than they must begin and end in a single school day.from original ISAT text 2 extended-response ítems with 2 options: 1. students are not allowed to use calculators on any session of the mathematics assessment. 0 Inches 1 11 12 13 2 10 4 0 Centimeters 3 ISAT GRADE THREE 6 7 8 9 4 3 4 5 5 1 2 6 14 15 . Students who are limited English Proficient may have pre-planned extended-time sessions that exceed an extra 10 minutes. This policy does not aﬀect students who receive extended time as determined by their IEP.Grade 3 Mathematics Sessions All standard time administration test sessions are a minimum of 45 minutes in length. This policy was developed in light of the continued work on the development of algorithms and the basic facts of whole numbers in grade 3 and the general lighter use of technology in classrooms at this level. Plain English format 2.) 30 linguistically modified. Plain English format 2.

Each carton can hold 12 eggs. 3483399 How many more eggs does Ed need to fill the 2 egg cartons? ≥ 5 ≥ 7 24 33 GO ON 5 . Su collected 100 fewer rocks than Lee. He has 2 empty egg cartons._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . How many rocks did Su collect? 389 ≥ 479 589 379 3 Ed has 19 eggs.Grade 3 1 3483398 3483398_AR1 to AR4 2 XIE112 1 Which has 3 shaded? Lee collected 489 rocks for his science project.

John gives the clerk $5.80.40 $2.AR1 How much change does John get back? ≥ $1. On what day does the next month begin? 5 ≥ What number goes in the box to make the number sentence true? Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday ≥ 5 X 6 = 30 50 X 6 = 44 56 300 3000 GO ON 6 .Grade 3 4 John buys 2 notebooks. Each notebook costs $1.20 $3.00._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book .60 3483400 A month ends on a Tuesday.40 $3. 3483400 6 XJE121 XJE121.

Grade 3 7 3483402 3483402_AR1 9 3408619 3408619_AR1 Use your centimeter ruler._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . What is the area of this figure? What is the length of this crayon in centimeters? CRAYON = 1 square unit ≥ 4 cm 5 cm 6 cm 7 cm 16 square units 15 square units 12 square units ≥ 3483401 3483401_AR1 11 square units 8 What is the perimeter of this square? 5m ≥ 25 m 20 m 15 m 5m 7 GO ON .

___. 112 What is the missing number? 14 How many sides does a hexagon have? 3483405 102 100 ≥ 98 96 5 ≥ 6 7 8 GO ON 8 .98 $0.98 3483404 13 2 oranges ≥ 4 oranges 8 oranges 16 oranges 3483403 What number goes in the to make this number sentence true? 12 4 7 ≥ 3 9 15 11 Look at the pattern.98 $0. 94. 88. Which shows how much money Tom needs? 3346086 How many oranges equal the same weight as one cube? ≥ 0 5 5 5 5 $0. 82.98 $0. Each car costs $0. 106.98.Grade 3 10 3456628 3456628_AR1 12 Tom buys 5 toy cars._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book .

2) (1. 4) (3. 2) GO ON 9 . 3) (4._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book .Grade 3 15 3346099 17 3346103 3346103_AR1 to AR4 Which has exactly one vertex? Which shows only a flip across the line? ≥ Cube Cone Square Pyramid Rectangular Prism ≥ 16 3483406 3483406_AR1 What number pair shows the location of the ? y 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 x ≥ (2.

Grade 3 18 Which lines look parallel? 3346104 3346104_AR1 m n x y m and x x and y m and n ≥ n and y 19 Which shapes look congruent? shapes look congruent? Which 3483407 3483407_AR1 1 2 3 4 1 and 4 2 and 4 2 and 3 1 and 3 ≥ GO ON 10 ._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book .

The class has 24 students.Grade 3 20 3346113 3346113_AR1 22 XJE380 XJE380_AR1 What is the distance from point M to point N ? A class votes for their favorite kinds of books. Books We Like 8 7 M 0 N Number of Votes 15 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 al sy ur im ry te nt ta Fa n ve An M Sp ys or ts e Ad ≥ 8 units 7 units 6 units 5 units 3483408 3483408_AR1 Kind of Book 21 A class makes a chart about what kind of pets they have. Students' Pets Type of Pet Fish Dog Cat Number of Students How many more students voted for books about adventures than books about sports? 0 1 2 ≥ 3 How many students have a cat for a pet? 7 ≥ 8 9 24 GO ON 11 ._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book .

Student Bill Mary Carl Susan Kurt Lynn Shoe Size 2 2 3 2 4 4 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 Yellow Red Green Blue The arrow is least likely to stop on _______. 3346063 24 3483409 3483409_AR1 Dan will spin the arrow many times._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book .Grade 3 23 The chart shows the shoe size for six students. What is the mode for the data in the chart? Red Blue Green ≥ Yellow 4 1 2 3 2 ≥ 1 2 2 GO ON 12 .

Grade 3 25 3346064 3346064._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . Heads Tails How many times will the penny probably show tails? ≥ 25 out of 100 50 out of 100 75 out of 100 90 out of 100 STOP 13 . The penny falls on the table each time.AR1 Holly throws a penny in the air 100 times.

rectangles. including characteristics and relationships (e. vertices).3.3. 8.3.01 Identify.05 Compare and estimate length (including perimeter). and octagons) according to the number of sides..00 or less.3. 7.g. spheres. hours. 30 × 4 = 120)..02 Identify and describe three-dimensional shapes (cubes. and make change. cones. paperclip). odd/even. describe. and number of vertices. 6. and apply them to related multiples of 10 (e. edges.04 Solve one–step addition and subtraction equations that have a missing number or missing operation sign (e. area. hexagons. 7. 9. 7.3.. and weight/mass using referents. 9. 7. time (to nearest minute).03 Recognize a fraction represented with a pictorial model.3. and extend a pattern (sequence) when given a description or pattern (sequence).3.3. minutes. cylinders..3. factors/multiples. 3 × 4 = 12.01 Determine a missing term in a pattern (sequence). 6. greater than.3. pentagons.02 Select and use appropriate standard units and tools to measure length (to the nearest inch or cm). 6.g.g.3.3. 3 + = 5. squares..g. days). and pyramids) according to their characteristics (faces. length of sides.10 Solve problems involving the value of a collection of bills and coins whose total value is $10._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . 6 1 = 7).11 Model and apply basic multiplication facts (up to 10 × 10).09 Solve problems and number sentences involving addition and subtraction with regrouping. less than).03 Solve problems involving the perimeter of a polygon with given side lengths or a given non–standard unit (e. 6. and temperature (to nearest degree).01 Solve problems involving simple elapsed time in compound units (e.3. 7. and sketch two–dimensional shapes (triangles. 8.08 Solve problems involving descriptions of numbers.3. 3 4 5 6 A A C C 7 C 8 9 10 B D B 11 12 13 B B C 14 B 15 B 14 . describe a pattern (sequence).g.02 Write an expression to represent a given situation 8.Grade 3 Answer Key with Assessment Objective Identified Item Number 1 2 Correct Answer D A Assessment Objective 6.04 Solve problems involving the area of a figure when whole and half square units are shown within the figure.3. prisms.

bar graph.05 Describe the chances associated with a context presented visually. Venn diagram (with two circles).3. given a set of data or a graph. 9. possible. or table. most likely. equally likely.06 Identify parallel lines. 10.04 Classify events using words such as certain.01 Read and interpret data represented in a pictograph. 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 A C D C B D C D B 10.g.01 Read and interpret data represented in a pictograph. tally chart.3. Venn diagram (with two circles). tally chart.3. including using the response format “3 out of 4. S is 2 units below z. least likely.” 15 .. 10.3.3.11 Determine the distance between two points on the number line in whole numbers. or table. point A is 3 units to the right of point B). and impossible._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . and describe how points relate to each other on a grid (e.03 Locate and identify points using numbers and symbols on a grid.3. 9. 10.05 Identify images resulting from flips (reflections).03 Determine the mode. or turns (rotations) 9. 10.3. slides (translations). bar graph. 9.3.10 Identify congruent and similar figures by visual inspection.3.Grade 3 Answer Key with Assessment Objective Identified Item Number 16 Correct Answer A Assessment Objective 9.3.

he wants to buy juice that costs 50¢.net/assessment/htmls/sample_books.75 1. a sandwich that costs 90¢._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book .75 1.isbe.day ea for My answer $8.75 for five days 3 2 Please refer to the 2006 and 2007 ISAT sample books for additional short-response items and student samples (online at www. ISBE encourages educators to practice these types of items with students during the course of the school year so they are familiar with them prior to ISAT testing.75 1. SAMPLE SHORT-RESPONSE QUESTION Sam can buy his lunch at school. SAMPLE SHORT-RESPONSE ANSWER $ 75 50¢ + 90¢ + 35¢ = ch1. the sample short-response question and answer (shown below) that appeared in the 2006 and 2007 ISAT test directions will no longer be included in the directions immediately prior to session 2.75 1. and fruit that costs 35¢. Exactly how much money does Sam need to buy lunch for 5 days? Show your work and label your answer. Each day.htm).75 + 1. 16 .Grade 3 Short-Response Sample Items Followed by Scoring Rubric Student Samples Using Short-Response Samples Beginning with the spring 2008 ISAT.75 ___ $8.

3483410 8 8 8 8 8 Write a different number sentence that uses multiplication to find the number of stickers she needs.Use pages 20 .25 Inglés y Español . 17 GO ON . She writes a number sentence to find out how many stickers she needs in all. 18.Grade 3 Short-Response Items Reactivos de Respuesta Corta Plain English ._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . She wants to give each friend 8 stickers. and 19 English and Spanish .Use pages 17.Usa las páginas 20 .25 1 Kari has five friends.

_______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . Two shapes have only one line of symmetry. 18 GO ON . 3346138 3346138_AR1 There are four shapes in the box.Grade 3 2 Draw the line of symmetry on those two shapes.

_______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . Mary's Favorite Foods Pizza French Fries Chicken Tom's Favorite Foods Pickles Hamburger Pizza Mary Tom 19 STOP .Grade 3 3 3346126 3346126_AR1 to AR2 Write Mary's and Tom's favorite foods in the correct areas of the Venn diagram.

USA LA PÁGINA 21 PARA CONTESTAR LA PREGUNTA 1. To find out how many stickers she needs. USE PAGE 21 TO ANSWER QUESTION 1.Grade 3 1 3483410 Kari wants to give 8 stickers to each of her 5 friends._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . 20 GO ON . DO NOT WRITE HERE. NO ESCRIBAS AQUÍ. she writes this number sentence. 8 8 8 8 8 Write a different number sentence using multiplication that Kari could use to represent the number of stickers she needs.

8 8 8 8 8 Escribe una secuencia diferente usando multiplicación. Para ver cuántos pegatinas o calcomanías necesita. para que Kari pueda representar la cantidad de pegatinas o calcomanías que necesita. ella escribe esta secuencia de números.Grade 3 1 3483410 Kari quiere dar 8 pegatinas o calcomanías (“stickers”) a cada uno de sus 5 amigos._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . 21 GO ON .

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Two of the four shapes below have exactly one line of symmetry. Draw the line of symmetry on those two shapes.

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The chart below shows Mary’s and Tom’s favorite foods.

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Write the items from the chart into the correct areas of the Venn diagram.

Mary's Favorite Foods Pizza French Fries Chicken

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Comidas Favoritas de Mary Pizza Patatas fritas Pollo Comidas Favoritas de Tom Pepinos Hamburguesa Pizza Mary Tom 25 STOP ._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book .Grade 3 3 3346126 3346126_AR1 to AR2 La siguiente gráfica muestra las comidas favoritas de Mary y Tom. Escribe los ítems de la gráfica en el área correcta del diagrama.

including correct work shown and/or correct labels/units if called for in the item Partially correct response No response. SCORE LEVEL 2 1 0 Completely correct response.Grade 3 Mathematics Short-Response Scoring Rubric The following rubric is used to score the short-response items for all grade levels. or the response is incorrect 26 ._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book .

Grade 3 Short-Response Student Sample 1A 1 3483410 Kari wants to give 8 stickers to each of her 5 friends. Short-Response Student Sample 1A Rubric Score Point = 2 Note: The student wrote a correct multiplication sentence. 27 ._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . To find out how many stickers she needs. 8 8 8 8 8 Write a different number sentence using multiplication that Kari could use to represent the number of stickers she needs. she writes this number sentence.

she writes this number sentence. Short-Response Student Sample 1B Rubric Score Point = 1 Note: The student did not write a multiplication sentence but did ﬁgure out the number of stickers needed._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . To find out how many stickers she needs. 28 .Grade 3 Short-Response Student Sample 1B 1 3483410 Kari wants to give 8 stickers to each of her 5 friends. 8 8 8 8 8 Write a different number sentence using multiplication that Kari could use to represent the number of stickers she needs.

To find out how many stickers she needs._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . 29 . 8 8 8 8 8 Write a different number sentence using multiplication that Kari could use to represent the number of stickers she needs. she writes this number sentence.Grade 3 Short-Response Student Sample 1C 1 3483410 Kari wants to give 8 stickers to each of her 5 friends. Short-Response Student Sample 1C Rubric Score Point = 1 Note: The student wrote a correct multiplication sentence but the response is not completely correct.

30 . 3346138 3346138_AR1 Short-Response Student Sample 2A Rubric Score Point = 2 Note: The student correctly drew lines of symmetry on the two symmetrical shapes. Draw the line of symmetry on those two shapes.Grade 3 Short Response Student Sample 2A 2 Two of the four shapes below have exactly one line of symmetry._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book .

31 .Grade 3 Short Response Student Sample 2B 2 Two of the four shapes below have exactly one line of symmetry._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . Draw the line of symmetry on those two shapes. 3346138 3346138_AR1 Short-Response Student Sample 2B Rubric Score Point = 1 Note: The student correctly drew a line of symmetry on one of the two symmetrical shapes.

Grade 3 Short Response Student Sample 2C 2 Two of the four shapes below have exactly one line of symmetry. 3346138 3346138_AR1 Short-Response Student Sample 2C Rubric Score Point = 1 Note: The student correctly drew lines of symmetry on the two symmetrical shapes but also tried to draw a line of symmetry on a shape that is not symmetrical. 32 ._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . Draw the line of symmetry on those two shapes.

_______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . Mary's Favorite Foods Pizza French Fries Chicken Tom's Favorite Foods Pickles Hamburger Pizza Mary Tom Short-Response Student Sample 3A Rubric Score Point = 2 Note: The student correctly wrote the food items in the correct sections of the Venn diagram.Grade 3 Short Response Student Sample 3A 3 The chart below shows Mary’s and Tom’s favorite foods. 3346126 3346126_AR1 to AR2 Write the items from the chart into the correct areas of the Venn diagram. 33 .

the grade three validation committee did not reduce credit for responses containing “pizza” written in all three areas of the Venn diagram. *Due to their interpretation of the assessment objective. 3346126 3346126_AR1 to AR2 Write the items from the chart into the correct areas of the Venn diagram. 34 .Grade 3 Short Response Student Sample 3B 3 The chart below shows Mary’s and Tom’s favorite foods. Mary's Favorite Foods Pizza French Fries Chicken Tom's Favorite Foods Pickles Hamburger Pizza Mary Tom Short-Response Student Sample 3B Rubric Score Point = 2 Note: The student correctly wrote the food items in the correct sections of the Venn diagram._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book .

Mary's Favorite Foods Pizza French Fries Chicken Tom's Favorite Foods Pickles Hamburger Pizza Mary Tom Short-Response Student Sample 3C Rubric Score Point = 1 Note: Th e student correctly wrote some food items in the correct sections of the Venn diagram but did not include “pizza” in the intersection._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . 35 .Grade 3 Short Response Student Sample 3C 3 The chart below shows Mary’s and Tom’s favorite foods. 3346126 3346126_AR1 to AR2 Write the items from the chart into the correct areas of the Venn diagram.

36 . Label each tile with the first letter of the color that should be placed there. ISBE encourages educators to practice these types of items with students during the course of the school year so they are familiar with them prior to ISAT testing. Then I made 1 row G for gray because she 1 wants – of the tiles to be gray. Since she wants gray and red 4 to be the same amount of tiles. the sample extended-response problem and solution (shown below) that appeared in the 2006 and 2007 ISAT test directions will no longer be included in the directions immediately prior to session 3. She also wants 1 — of the tiles to be blue._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . Explain in words how you found your answer. Martin.htm). I made the last row R for red. I know that there are 4 equal rows.isbe. 2 1 — of the tiles to be gray. She wants to use 3 different colors of tiles in her design. SAMPLE EXTENDED-RESPONSE PROBLEM Mrs. Show all your work.net/assessment/htmls/sample_books. So I made 2 rows B for blue because she wants 4 half the tiles blue. 4 Use the grid below to design a floor for Mrs. Tell why you took the steps you did to solve the problem. and 4 1 — of the tiles to be red. SAMPLE EXTENDED-RESPONSE SOLUTION B B G R B B G R B B G R B B G R B B G R B B G R 1 – 2 blue 1 – gray 4 1 – 4 red First. Martin wants to put tiles on the floor by the front door of her house.Grade 3 Using Extended-Response Samples Beginning with the spring 2008 ISAT. Please refer to other editions of ISAT sample books for additional extended-response items and student samples (online at www. so 2 rows is half and 1 1 row is – .

_______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book .Grade 3 Extended-Response Sample Items Followed by Scoring Rubric and Student Samples 37 .

How many bicycles and tricycles could there be in the toy store? Show all your work. Tell why you took the steps you did to solve the problem.Grade 3 Extended-Response Items Reactivos de Respuesta Larga Plain English .Usa las páginas 4 .4 1 A toy store sells bicycles and tricycles.4 Inglés y Español . Explain in words how you found your answer. The store has 19 wheels in all.Use pages 4 .41 English and Spanish .Use pages 38 . All tricycles have 3 wheels. All bicycles have 2 wheels._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . 38 GO ON .

— write in words how you solved the problem.Grade 3 1 DIRECTIONS Make sure you — show all your work in solving the problem._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . 39 GO ON . — clearly label your answer. and — write as clearly as you can. — write in words why you took the steps you did to solve the problem.

Grade 3 2 A bookstore gives 14 books to a school._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . The school gives an equal number of books to 3 classrooms. Tell why you took the steps you did to solve the problem. How many books does the school give each classroom and the library? Show all your work in the space below and on the next page. 40 GO ON . Explain in words how you got your answer. The rest of the books go to the library.

41 STOP . — write in words why you took the steps you did to solve the problem.Grade 3 2 DIRECTIONS Make sure you — show all your work in solving the problem._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . and — write as clearly as you can. — clearly label your answer. — write in words how you solved the problem.

hay 19 ruedas. Todas las bicicletas tienen 2 ruedas y todos los triciclos tienen 3 ruedas. ¿Cuántas bicicletas y triciclos puede haber en la juguetería? Demuestra todo tu trabajo. How many bicycles and tricycles could there be in the toy store? Show all your work._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . Explain in words how you found your answer. All of the bicycles have 2 wheels. 42 GO ON .Grade 3 1 A toy store sells bicycles and tricycles. There are a total of 19 wheels. 1 Una juguetería vende bicicletas y triciclos. Explica en palabras cómo llegaste al resultado. Relata los pasos seguidos para solucionar el problema. Tell why you took the steps you did to solve the problem. En total. and all of the tricycles have 3 wheels.

— marcar claramente tu respuesta. 43 GO ON . y — escribir lo más claramente que puedas.Grade 3 1 DIRECTIONS Asegúrate de: — mostrar todo el trabajo que hiciste para resolver el problema. — escribir en palabras cómo resolviste el problema. — escribir en palabras por qué tomaste esos pasos para resolver el problema._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book .

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Grade 3 2 The owner of a bookstore gave 14 books to a school. How many books could the principal give each classroom and the school library? Show all your work in the space below and on the next page. Relata los pasos seguidos para solucionar el problema. y el resto a la biblioteca escolar. Tell why you took the steps you did to solve the problem. Explain in words howyou found your answer. 45 GO ON . ¿Cuántos libros dará el director a cada salón de clase y a la biblioteca escolar? Demuestra tu trabajo en el espacio debajo y en la página siguiente. 2 El propietario de una librería entregó 14 libros a una escuela._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . Explica en palabras cómo llegaste al resultado. El director asignará igual cantidad de libros a cada uno de los 3 salones de clase. The principal will give an equal number of books to each of 3 classrooms and the remaining books to the school library.

_______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . — marcar claramente tu respuesta. — escribir en palabras por qué tomaste esos pasos para resolver el problema. y — escribir lo más claramente que puedas. 46 GO ON .Grade 3 2 DIRECTIONS Asegúrate de: — mostrar todo el trabajo que hiciste para resolver el problema. — escribir en palabras cómo resolviste el problema.

Grade 3 2 47 STOP ._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book .

clearly explains what was done and begins to address why it was done • may include a diagram with most of its elements explained 3 2 • gives some written explanation of the solution process.isbe. EXPLANATION: Written explanation of the rationales and steps of the solution process. difficult to interpret. grammar.net/assessment/math.htm. strategy may be difficult to identify 0 • no answer attempted • no apparent strategy 48 . clearly explains what was principles understanding of the relationships among done and why it was done elements • uses appropriate mathematical terminology • may include a diagram with a complete and notations including labeling answer if • shows complete evidence of an appropriate explanation of all its elements appropriate strategy that would correctly solve the problem • executes algorithms and computations completely and correctly • shows nearly complete understanding of • identifies most of the important elements the problem’s mathematical concepts and of the problem and shows a general principles understanding of the relationships among them • uses mostly correct mathematical terminology and notations • shows nearly complete evidence of an appropriate strategy for solving the • executes algorithms completely. A student-friendly version of this extended-response scoring rubric is available online at www. may fail to explain what was done and why it was done • explanation does not match presented solution process • may include minimal discussion of the elements in a diagram. symbols. and syntax are not the critical elements of this dimension. algorithms). Though important. models. SCORE LEVEL MATHEMATICAL KNOWLEDGE: Knowledge of mathematical principles and concepts which result in a correct solution to a problem. STRATEGIC KNOWLEDGE: Identification and use of important elements of the problem that represent and integrate concepts which yield the solution (e. explanation of significant elements is unclear • no written explanation of the solution process is provided 1 • fails to identify important elements or places too much emphasis on unrelated elements • reflects an inappropriate strategy for solving the problem.Grade 3 Mathematics Extended-Response Scoring Rubric The following rubric is used to score the extended-response items for all grade levels. problem computations are generally correct but may contain minor errors • shows some understanding of the problem’s mathematical concepts and principles • uses some correct mathematical terminology and notations • may contain major algorithmic or computational errors • shows limited to no understanding of the problem’s mathematical concepts and principles • may misuse or fail to use mathematical terminology and notations • attempts an answer • identifies some important elements of the problem but shows only limited understanding of the relationships among them • shows some evidence of a strategy for solving the problem • gives a nearly complete written explanation of the solution process.g. A justification of each step is provided._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . 4 • shows complete understanding of the • identifies all important elements of • gives a complete written explanation of the problem’s mathematical concepts and the problem and shows complete solution process. or does not completely match the solution process • may include a diagram with some of its elements explained • gives minimal written explanation of the solution process.. the length of the response. either explains what was done or addresses why it was done • explanation is vague. diagrams.

All of the bicycles have 2 wheels._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . 49 . There are a total of 19 wheels. Explain in words how you found your answer. and all of the tricycles have 3 wheels. How many bicycles and tricycles could there be in the toy store? Show all your work. Tell why you took the steps you did to solve the problem.Grade 3 Extended-Response Student Sample 1A 1 3483411 A toy store sells bicycles and tricycles.

50 . — tell in words why you took the steps you did to solve the problem. — tell in words how you solved the problem._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book .Grade 3 1 DIRECTIONS Make sure you — show all your work in solving the problem. — clearly label your answer. and — write as clearly as you can.

Explain in words how you found your answer. All of the bicycles have 2 wheels. 51 . How many bicycles and tricycles could there be in the toy store? Show all your work. There are a total of 19 wheels. and all of the tricycles have 3 wheels.Grade 3 Extended-Response Student Sample 1B 1 3483411 A toy store sells bicycles and tricycles. Tell why you took the steps you did to solve the problem._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book .

— tell in words why you took the steps you did to solve the problem. 52 . — clearly label your answer. and — write as clearly as you can.Grade 3 1 DIRECTIONS1 Make sure you — show all your work in solving the problem. — tell in words how you solved the problem._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book .

Tell why you took the steps you did to solve the problem. Explain in words how you found your answer. There are a total of 19 wheels._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . How many bicycles and tricycles could there be in the toy store? Show all your work. All of the bicycles have 2 wheels. 53 . and all of the tricycles have 3 wheels.Grade 3 Extended-Response Student Sample 1C 1 3483411 A toy store sells bicycles and tricycles.

and — write as clearly as you can.Grade 3 1 DIRECTIONS Make sure you — show all your work in solving the problem. — clearly label your answer._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . — tell in words how you solved the problem. — tell in words why you took the steps you did to solve the problem. 54 .

Extended-Response Student Sample 1A MATHEMATICAL KNOWLEDGE STRATEGIC KNOWLEDGE EXPLANATION 4 This response includes evidence of a complete understanding of the problem’s mathematical concepts and principles. Extended-Response Student Sample 1C MATHEMATICAL KNOWLEDGE STRATEGIC KNOWLEDGE EXPLANATION 3 This response shows a nearly complete understanding of the problem’s mathematical concepts and principles. or 2 bicycles and 5 tricycles. 4 The response addresses both what was done and why (“…made 19 wheels…bike 2 wheels or trike 3 wheels…made bikes but… stopped because…I’d only have 1 wheel left…”). 3 The response addresses what was done but only begins to address why (“I drew bikes…I counted to see how many wheels there are…wrote down my answer…”). A correct answer of 8 bikes and 1 trike is present. 4 The response addresses both what was done and why (“…drew 19 wheels…paired them up…so I could find out how many bikes…”). but the answer is stated incorrectly as 19 wheels._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . 5 bicycles and 3 tricycles. A correct answer of 5 bikes and 3 tricycles is present. 55 . Extended-Response Student Sample 1B MATHEMATICAL KNOWLEDGE STRATEGIC KNOWLEDGE EXPLANATION 4 This response includes evidence of a complete understanding of the problem’s mathematical concepts and principles.Grade 3 Scoring Guide for “Bicycles and Tricycles” There are three possible correct answers to this extended-response problem: 8 bicycles and 1 tricycle. A correct answer is implied in the drawing on the first page. 4 The response reflects a systematic strategy (drawing wheels and circling groups of 2 and 3) that includes all important elements of the problem. 4 The response reflects a systematic strategy (drawing wheels and making bikes until there were only 3 wheels left) that includes all important elements of the problem. 4 The response reflects a systematic strategy (drawing pictures of bicycles and tricycles) that includes all important elements of the problem.

3346122 How many books could the principal give each classroom and the school library? Show all your work in the space below and on the next page._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . Tell why you took the steps you did to solve the problem. 56 .Grade 3 Extended-Response Student Sample 2A 2 The owner of a bookstore gave 14 books to a school. Explain in words how you found your answer. The principal will give an equal number of books to each of 3 classrooms and the remaining books to the school library.

— tell in words why you took the steps you did to solve the problem. and — write as clearly as you can.Grade 3 2 DIRECTIONS Make sure you — show all your work in solving the problem. — clearly label your answer._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . — tell in words how you solved the problem. 57 .

The principal will give an equal number of books to each of 3 classrooms and the remaining books to the school library._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . Explain in words how you found your answer. Tell why you took the steps you did to solve the problem. 3346122 How many books could the principal give each classroom and the school library? Show all your work in the space below and on the next page. 58 .Grade 3 Extended-Response Student Sample 2B 2 The owner of a bookstore gave 14 books to a school.

— clearly label your answer. — tell in words how you solved the problem.Grade 3 2 DIRECTIONS Make sure you — show all your work in solving the problem._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . 59 . — tell in words why you took the steps you did to solve the problem. and — write as clearly as you can.

3346122 How many books could the principal give each classroom and the school library? Show all your work in the space below and on the next page. The principal will give an equal number of books to each of 3 classrooms and the remaining books to the school library.Grade 3 Extended-Response Student Sample 2C 2 The owner of a bookstore gave 14 books to a school._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . Explain in words how you found your answer. 60 . Tell why you took the steps you did to solve the problem.

Grade 3 2 DIRECTIONS Make sure you — show all your work in solving the problem._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . — tell in words how you solved the problem. — tell in words why you took the steps you did to solve the problem. 61 . — clearly label your answer. and — write as clearly as you can.

4 The response addresses both what was done and why (“I put 5 books in 3 rooms. 4 The response addresses both what was done and why (“drew 14 boxes . but the total was to high . 4 The response reflects a systematic strategy (drawing 14 books and distributing them with tally marks to each classroom) that includes all important elements of the problem. they are the classrooms. 1 The majority of the response simply restates the directions and contains only a minimal discussion of the solution process. Extended-Response Student Sample 2C MATHEMATICAL KNOWLEDGE STRATEGIC KNOWLEDGE EXPLANATION 2 This response shows some understanding of the problem’s mathematical concepts and principles. 3 The response identifies most of the important elements of the problem. 2 books for each classroom and 8 books for the library. they are the books. . . 0 The response contains no evidence of a strategy. but an answer for the number of books in the library is not present. 62 . and 4 books for each classroom and 2 books for the library. A partial correct answer of giving each classroom 3 books is present. . . but an answer for the number of books in the library is not present. Extended-Response Student Sample 2B MATHEMATICAL KNOWLEDGE STRATEGIC KNOWLEDGE EXPLANATION 2 This response shows some understanding of the problem’s mathematical concepts and principles. because the number 12 is close to 14”). but the total was to low . 3 books for each classroom and 5 books for the library. stopped because there were only two more left”)._______________________________________________________ 2010 ISAT Mathematics Form LM Sample Book . . put 3 books in 3 rooms. A partial correct answer of putting 4 books in 3 classrooms is present.Grade 3 Scoring Guide for “Books for a School” There are four possible correct answers for this extended-response problem: 1 book for each classroom and 11 books for the library. Extended-Response Student Sample 2A MATHEMATICAL KNOWLEDGE STRATEGIC KNOWLEDGE EXPLANATION 4 This response includes evidence of a complete understanding of the problem’s mathematical concepts and principles. drew 3 circles . A correct answer of 4 books for each classroom and 2 books for the library is present. . . .

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