The Math 1 End-Of-Course Exam is a summative assessment containing a variety of item types (e.g. multiple choice and free response) that assess standards from Math 1. All Math 1 teachers (middle school and high school) are expected to administer this exam to their students at the end of the school year. The exam is nota high school graduation requirement.
Below you will find more information, important dates, and FAQs regarding the Math 1 End-of-Course Exam. Information Sheet & FAQs:

"Unit 0" Resources: Focus on the Standards of Mathematical Practice.
(This unit was created by teachers at Burbank HS, and is not reflected in the Math 1 Curriculum Map. It is intended to be taught before Unit 1, and it contains lessons in which students will practice and use the 8 Math Practices.)

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## Math 1 Curriculum Map

Updated September 2017## Provide feedback on the NEW Version of the Curriculum Map here

## (ORIGINAL) Math 1 Curriculum Map

"Original Format", Created for 2014-15HS Integrated Pathways: SCUSD Course Progression document (PDF)

The Math 1 End-Of-Course Exam is a summative assessment containing a variety of item types (e.g. multiple choice and free response) that assess standards from Math 1. All Math 1 teachers (middle school and high school) are expected to administer this exam to their students at the end of the school year.Math 1 EOC Exam InformationThe exam is nota high school graduation requirement.Below you will find more information, important dates, and FAQs regarding the Math 1 End-of-Course Exam.

Information Sheet & FAQs:See which Math 1 standards will be assessed on the Math 1 EOC Exam:Professional Learning Sessions 2014 - 2015## Session 3

## February 5, 2015

2) Warm-Up Questions

3)

Demo Lesson MaterialsStandards Webs and Assessments(Word Doc):1) Suzie's group, Walch Unit 6 Assessment:

Connecting Algebra and Geometry

2) Rich's group, Walch Unit 2 Assessment:

Functions (Part 1)

3) Nick's group, Walch Unit 2 Assessment:

Functions (Part 2)

Creating a Balanced Assessment documents:1) Reference Sheet

2) Blank Chart for "Analyzing/Creating a Balanced Assessment"

3) Rubric for Quality Assessment

PowerPoint Presentation Slides:Afternoon Break-Out Session Documents:Moving Beyond "Check for Understanding" in the Formative Assessment Cycle (with Suzie)

Supporting All Students (UDL Documents)

## Math 1 Curriculum Map Resources

"Unit 0" Resources:Focus on the Standards of Mathematical Practice.(This unit was created by teachers at Burbank HS, and is not reflected in the Math 1 Curriculum Map. It is intended to be taught before Unit 1, and it contains lessons in which students will practice and use the 8 Math Practices.)

Unit #1Relationships Between Quantities:Resources

Unit #2Systems of Equations and InequalitiesUnit #3Connecting Algebra and Geometry Through CoordinatesUnit #4Understanding and Analyzing FunctionsUnit #5Building FunctionsUnit #6Descriptive StatisticsUnit #7Congruence and ConstructionsInstructional Strategies(Teacher created, Dec. 2013)

(all High School subjects),

(Teacher created, Mar. 2014)

## Lesson Plan Template for Math Common Core

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