Eligible Students for Math Outcome
Grade 2 Math Exemplar
FAQs for the Math Outcome
Grade 8 Math Exemplar
Prompts by grade level contexts
Grade 5 Math Exemplar
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Eligible Students for Math Outcome
This is the main site for supports for the provincial Reading, Writing & Math Assessments.
Here you will find a folder for each of the following: Reading, Writing, Math, Data Submission Templates & Sector Assessment Plan.
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Phonological awareness skills are important in order to develop good reading and spelling skills. Having good phonological awareness skills means that a child is able to manipulate sounds and words, or “play” with sounds and words. For example, you might ask your child to break the word “cat” into individual sounds: “c-a-t.” Important: These skills deal with SOUNDS not letters. For example, /t/ represents the sound and not the letter name “tee.” You will not use any written or visual letters when working with phonological activities. These activities are done with listening and speaking only. Learning the letter names and their corresponding sounds is also very important but should be taught and practiced at a different time of the day. This resource will have a weekly activity for your to work on with your child/student(s). It will include a handout with information and guidance, as well as a video to help support you and the learner. CLICK THE WORDS "INFORMATION FOR PARENTS AND TEACHERS" TO GET STARTED (do not click on view description).
Sample Math Outcome Questions: An Assessment Resource for Teachers.
The resource Sample Math Outcome Questions: An Assessment Resource for Teachers:
• provides possible questions, sample responses and rubrics for classroom instruction and assessment.
• is not mandatory.
• was created to support the teaching and learning of mathematics.
• can be adapted by teachers to meet the individual needs of their students.
• can be used before, during and/or after classroom instruction as formative or summative assessment(s).
• is designed to elicit responses that inform teachers’ understanding of the skills and concepts that students need to know, understand and are able to do.
This resource primarily assesses students using written response. Indicators that include terms such as research or collect data (for example) are ideally assessed by means other than a written response. Subsequently, teachers must keep in mind that using this resource provides only one of many forms of evidence that teachers collect to report on student achievement of the outcome.
Each sample includes the outcome, indicators, sample assessment and answer key.
This project was created in conjunction with the McDowell Research project - Decolonizing curriculum. It was designed collaboratively with Indigenous teachers and is intended for Indigenous students. It is place based on Treaty Four, George Gordon First Nation. It is based on a holistic planning and assessment foundation.
These tasks, rubrics and exemplars support high quality instruction and assessment. They have been adapted by Horizon School Division Grade 5 teachers.
This resource supports high quality instruction and assessment. It was created collaboratively with Grade 6 teachers.
This resource supports high quality instruction and assessment. It was created collaboratively by Horizon School Division teachers.
This resource supports high quality instruction and assessment practices. It was created collaboratively by Horizon School Division grade 8 teachers.
These tasks, rubrics, and exemplars support high quality instruction and assessment practices.
Horizon utilizes the SaskMATH Screeners which can ge found on this resource or can be downloaded directly from SaskMATH.The links to the Horizon Common Math assessments are also found in this resource. These are the Provincial math assessments that Horizon Teachers adapted for Horizon School Division. These can be further supported by the resources found on the Ministry Edonline site: https://www.edonline.sk.ca/ultra/organizations/_2869_1/cl/outline.
The Horizon Writing Protocol document outlines the processes, modes, tasks, rubrics and exemplars for determining benchmark growth in writing. Grades 4, 7, 9 tasks, rubrics and exemplars with other grades added as they are created.
This resource was created to support high quality writing instruction and assessment practices in grade 1.
This document contains the following:
Using this Curriculum Support Document
Broad Areas of Learning
Understanding the Conceptual Foundations
Identifying the Big Ideas
Assessment and Evaluation
Planning with a Focus on the Outcomes
Reflecting on the Conceptual Foundations
Appendix A: Broad Areas of Learning
Appendix B: Cross-curricular Competencies
Appendix C: Aims for Areas of Study
Appendix D: Goals for Areas of Study
Appendix E: Questions and Responses
ind all the rubrics for assessment, the writing continuum, Writing prompts & FAQs about these resources in this file.