Michigan Math Scoring Guide

 

Skill ~ Level       Item #    Correct/Incorrect

L1

Addition of dollars and cents

Item 1

 

 

 

L1 Including Sales tax

2

 

 

 

L4 Multiply

3

 

 

 

L4 Divide Unit price/how much for 1

4

 

 

 

L4 Divide Unit price/how much for 1

5

 

 

 

L5 JUST tip

6

 

 

 

L2 Percent OFF

7

 

 

 

L6 Money times hour

8

 

 

 

L6 Basic Knowledge

9

 

 

How many weeks in a year

L6 Basic Knowledge

10

 

 

How many in a dozen

L7 Calculating income

10 B

 

 

Information given in written lang – “Jason is paid four times each month -$35 each time…

L6 Adding prices from a table of expenses

11

 

 

Ability to read/interpret a table – add budget expenses

L7 Division of monthly expenses – per week cost

12

 

 

Divide total for the month into weekly amounts (i.e. Food $80.00 month is $20.00 per week)

L8 Calculating monthly expenses and amount left over

13

 

 

Ability to use table – add weekly & monthly expenses – subtract expenses from income to determine amount left ofer for savings

L9 multiplying dollar amounts/schedule to determine total

14

 

 

Uses given information to determine weekly pay amount (paid $15 for each lawn – mows 1 on Wednesday and 2 on Thursday – how much per week)

L6 multiply weekly wage to determine monthly

15

 

 

Use given weekly amount to determine monthly amount

L9 ABSTRACT Reasoning!

16

 

 

Determine weekly amount of income as identified in #14 – multiply to a “target” amount and will NOT have the exact answer!  There will be money left over

L6 Money times the hour

17

 

 

Basic hourly wage multiplied times weekly hours worked

L6 Times weekly amount by 4 to determine monthly

18

 

 

 

 

 

 

L8 Determine weekly amount, MONTHLY amount and find a given percentage of that price

19

 

 

Once Primary skills are developed (money times the hour – Times answer by 4 –monthly) THEN, basic X N %

L8 AVERAGE

20

 

 

AVERAGE in context!

L6 Basic Knowledge

21

 

 

How many paydays in one month (based on 4 – weekly)

L5 Rate, Multiply

22

 

 

RATE – reads 12 pages per day – how much for a WHOLE bunch?

L6 Subtract/difference, change

23

 

 

Difference/Change back in context

L5 Rate to charge

24

 

 

Money times the hour/rate – babysitting, car repair

L7 Add/discriminate information presented in a table

25

 

 

Ability to read/interpret a table Add/discriminate information

L7 Add/discriminate information presented in a table

26

 

 

Ability to read/interpret a table Add/discriminate information

L9 Add/discriminate information presented in a table AND AVERAGE information

27

 

 

Add/discriminate information presented in a table AND AVERAGE information

L6 Use information presented in a table AND graph/bar chart to find specific amount

28

 

 

Use information presented in a table AND graph/bar chart to find specific amount (look at length of bar AND numbers in a table)

L8 Use tables AND graphs

29

 

 

Adding various numbers presented in a table AND looking at total length of strips and arriving at appropriate answer

L5 finding correct information presented in a table

30

 

 

Discriminate specific numbers given in a table to determine answer

L6 finding correct information presented in a table AND Adding numbers in cells

31

 

 

finding correct information presented in a table AND Adding numbers in cells (How many students like X – compare answers by adding numbers) identify largest value

L8 Using a calendar type work schedule to determine daily, weekly, monthly hours and income

32

 

 

Can add hours (even-whole hours) when given start and stop times.

Adds weekly total

 

 

 

 

 

L6 Rounding numbers

33

Section B

 

 

Rounds to nearest cent (uses money amount)

 

L6 Identification of place value with money

 

 

34 A

Section C

 

 

 

Ten dollar place value assesed

L6 Identification of place value with money

34 B

Section C

 

 

One Dollar Place Value

L6 Identification of place value with money

34 C

Section C

 

 

Dime place value

L6 Identification of Place value with money

34 D

Section C

 

 

Hundred dollar place value assesed –

L9 Fractions

36 Section D

 

 

Fractions showing diagram and numerical amount

L9 Fractions

37

Section D

 

 

Fractions showing diagram and numerical amount

L9 Fractions

38

Section D

 

 

Fractions showing diagram and numerical amount

L2 Percent Off

39 Sect E

 

 

Percent OFF in context

L4 Percent OF

40 Sect E

 

 

Percent OF in context

L4 Percent OF

41 Sect E

 

 

Percent OF in context

L4 Percent OF

42 Sect E

 

 

Percent OF in context

L2 Percent Off

43 Sect E

 

 

Percent OFF in context

L4 JUST Sales Tax

44 Sect E

 

 

Just Sales Tax in context

L4 INCLUDING Sales Tax

45 Sect E

 

 

INCLUDING sales tax in context

L7 Write numbers as words (lang. Skills, writing skills, identify money amounts)

46 Sect F

 

 

Write numbers as words (lang. Skills, writing skills, identify money amounts)

L6 Basic Information

47 Sect G

 

 

Quarts in a gallon