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Common Core StandardsStandard NameFriendly Standard NameStandard DescriptionAdvanced ProficientProficientEmerging ProficientAdvanced BeginnerBeginnerMissing
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MP6;NQ.A3CC Algebra MP6PRECISIONI attend to precision in my math work, including use of vocabulary, symbols, labels, calculation steps, and roundingMy work is organized and precise with efficient use of calculations and conventions. I choose and justify appropriate rounding and units based on the context and limitationsMy work is organized and precise, and all steps, vocabulary, notation, and rounding conventions are used accurately and clearlyMy work is organized and precise, and most steps, vocabulary, notation, and rounding conventions are used accuratelyI sometimes make mistakes because my work is not well organized and/or I sometimes make mistakes in vocabulary, notation, or roundingI often mistakes because my work is unorganized and is missing precise details
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NQ.A1,2;CED.A3;MP2,MP4CC Algebra MP4MODELINGI can represent scenarios symbolically, write equations to model relationships, and interpret results in contextI use multiple representations to model scenarios, make appropriate assumptions and approximations to simplify complex situations, and provide a detailed interpretation of the resultsI write valid equations to represent scenarios, consider and represent all constraints, and interpret the results in context to determine validity and appropriate units and scaleI write valid equations to represent scenarios, but my solutions may not fully consider the constraints, units, or scale of the contextI can define quantities to represent a scenario symbolically but my equation does not fully model the scenarioI attempt to represent the scenario symbolically but do not define appropriate quantities and/or cannot translate the relationship into an equation
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MP3CC Algebra MP3ARGUMENTS AND CRITIQUESI can construct mathematical arguments and analyze the arguments of othersI construct highly convincing mathematical arguments that accurately consider all relevant information and cases. I anticipate counterarguments and respond with sophisticated reasoning and questions. I apply arguments to new problems and scenarios.I use information and results to construct mathematical arguments and break situations into cases to determine the domains to which an argument applies. I recognize and analyze counterarguments, and ask questions to clarify or improve others argumentsI use information and results to construct mathematical arguments, and justify my process and conclusions using a logical progression of statements to prove the truth of my argumentI make arguments that are consistent with my results but need to support my argument with more mathematical evidenceI make arguments that are unclear or do not follow from my results
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S-ID.A1,2,3,B5CC Statistics 01.11PLOTTING AND INTERPRETING DATA SETSI can represent data on number lines and frequency plots, and use statistics to interpret the shape, center and spread of data setsI make and verify predictions about the impact of the addition of new data on the shape of plots, computations, and conclusionsI choose an appropriate type of plot for a given question. I interpret the results of my computations along with relative frequencies and outliers to summarize data and make conclusions in contextI can plot data on a number line, compute mean, median, mode, spread, and identify outliersI attempt to plot data and compute measures of center or spread with some errors. I can describe trends from given plots.I have difficulty making valid conclusions from given plots
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S-ID.B6,C8,C9CC Statistics 01.10CORRELATIONI can represent data in scatter plots, compute the correlation coefficient of a best-fit, and interpret the correlation in contextI gather statistical data from my own experiences and analyze that data to make inferences and predictionsI can interpret the plots I construct and correlation coefficients to assess the strength of the model, and make inferences about future dataI can construct scatter plots and plot residuals, and use technology to find a best-fit function and compute the correlation coefficient Given a graph or a scenario, I can identify whether or not a relationship exists. I can use and distinguish between the terms correlation and causation.I am unsure whether or not a relationship exists from the given graph or scenario. I do not distinguish between correlation and causation.
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APR.A1,B3; REI.B4abCC Algebra 01.09QUADRATICSI can perform polynomial operations and use various methods to determine the roots of polynomials, including factoring, graphing, completing the square, and the quadratic formulaI choose and justify appropriate methods for solving quadratic equations, and I am able to use the structure of the equation to classify the nature of the roots, including imaginary solutionsI accurately use different methods for solving quadratic equations including factoring, completing the square, and the quadratic formulaI accurately use polynomial operations and factoring to solve for the roots of quadratic equationsI can identify the roots of quadratic equations from graphs and from equations once they have been factored, but I make algebraic errors when factoring quadratics myselfI make errors with operations, distribution, and/or exponents when simplifying polynomials or solving quadraticsAssignment was not submitted, the portions of the assignment that relate to this standard were not attempted, or work is plagiarized from another student or uncited source
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REI.B3,C6,C5,D11CC Algebra 01.08SYSTEMSI can solve systems of equations by graphing, substitution, and elimination methodsI can identify and use algebraic strategies to solve nonlinear systems of equations including polynomial, rational, absolute value, exponential, and logarithmic functionsI identify and accurately use an appropriate strategy for solving systems of linear equations and inequalities algebraically (substitution or elimination) and write solutions in proper form as a coordinate or regionI can use algebraic methods to solve systems of linear equations or inequalities but make some errors in algebraic operations or notationI can find the solution to a system of equations by graphing the equations and identifying the intersection points, but I struggle to use algebraic methods to solveI attempt to approximate the solution to a system of equations from a graph but cannot identify precise solutions or use algebraic methods to solve
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SSE.A2,B3;CED.A4;F-IF.C8;F-BF.3;MP7CC Algebra 01.07REWRITING USING STRUCTUREI can rewrite expressions in different forms, and use structure to highlight features and make predictionsI identify what features of an expression are important in a problem, choose an appropriate structure to reveal those features, and accurately rewrite the expression in that formI can rewrite expressions in different forms to highlight and identify features, using factoring patterns, completing the square, and exponent propertiesI can rewrite expressions in different forms and use the structure to identify features such as intercepts, roots, and verticesI use inverse operations to rearrange a basic formula to highlight a quantity of interest and use a graphing calculator to identify features or the effect of requested changesI attempt to use a graphing calculator to identify features but make errors in notation, or make errors in operations when attempting to rearrange formulas
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F-IF.A3;F-BF.1CC Algebra 01.06SEQUENCESI can write and use explicit and recursive sequencesI can represent complex contexts or relationships with explicit or recursive sequences and use my sequence definition to make predictionsI can represent a context with an explicit or recursive sequence using proper function notation, and use my sequence definition to find a solution I can match an explicit or recursive sequence to a context, and use the sequence definition to find a solutionI can calculate the next term in a sequence using function notationI make errors in calculating the next term in a sequence
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REI.D10,12;CED.A2,F-IF.C7a,bCC Algebra 01.05GRAPHING from equationsI can construct accurately labeled graphs from equations, including linear, quadratic, inequalities, radical, piecewise, and absolute value functionsI construct properly labeled graphs of radical, piecewise, and absolute value functions, and use these graphs to identify function intervals and split pointsI construct properly labeled graphs of quadratic equations,and use these graphs to identify roots and verticesI construct properly labeled graphs of linear equations and inequalities, and use the graphs to identify solutionsI can plot points on a coordinate system, and identify points of interest on a graph with their coordinates (such as intercepts, vertex, roots)I make errors when plotting points and have difficulty using and understanding coordinate notation
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F-IF.B6;F-LE.A1,2,3CC Algebra 01.04LINEAR AND EXPONENTIAL FUNCTIONSI can construct and compare linear and exponential functionsI make connections between linear and exponential functions and arithmetic and geometric sequences. I can construct linear and exponential functions to represent complex scenarios and relationships.I can construct linear and exponential functions from graphs, data tables, and descriptions of relationshipsI can calculate average rates of change and use this to distinguish and compare linear and exponential functionsI can make general observations and comparisons of linear and exponential functions from graphsI have difficulty identify the differences between linear and exponential functions
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CED.A1,A2;REIA1CC Algebra 01.03EQUATIONS AND INEQUALITIESI can create and solve equations and inequalities using an appropriate sequence of stepsI can create two variable equations and inequalities and use the property of equality to explain each step in solving and justify the solution methodI can create a two variable equation or inequality to represent a problem and use an appropriate sequence of steps to solve the problemI can create a one variable equation or inequality to represent a problem and use an appropriate sequence of steps to solve the problemThe equations I create contain errors in operations, coefficients, or constants; or my solution steps contain computational errorsThe equations I create have multiple errors and I am unable to use the property of equality to keep the equation balanced when solving
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SSE.A1;S-ID.7;F-IF.B4;F-LE.B5CC Algebra 01.02INTERPRETING GRAPHS AND EQUATIONS IN CONTEXTI can describe relationships and interpret how parts of expressions and graphs connect to a contextI can provide detailed descriptions of complex relationships and translate fluently between graphs, equations, and verbal descriptions when interpreting a contextI interpret the meaning of specific features of graphs and equations in contexts with exponential relationships, including explaining the significance of rates of change, intercepts, coefficients, and concavity I interpret the meaning of specific features of graphs and equations in contexts with linear relationships, including explaining the significance of slope, intercepts, and coefficients for the contextI describe general relationships from graphs including identifying maxima/minima and increasing/decreasing intervals, but do not precisely interpret slope or interceptsThe relationships I describe do not agree with or make use of the given context, graph, or equation
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F-IF.A1,A2,B5CC Algebra 01.01DEFINING FUNCTIONSI can identify functions, use function notation, and determine domain and rangeI can interpret function notation in a context and make decisions about a function's domain and range based on the contextI can identify if a relationship is a function, evaluate inputs and outputs, determine the domain and range of a function, and use proper notation to represent functions and intervalsI can identify if a relationship is a function and determine the domain and range of a function from graphs, data tables, and equationsI can evaluate a function for a given input. I can approximate the domain and range of a function from a graph.I struggle to identify if a relationship is a function, confuse domain and range, or have difficulty using function notation to evaluate
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