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Math Standards Analysis

worksheet using the math standards from your state’s Department of Education website or another reliable internet source.

MTH/213 v9
Math Standards Analysis
Complete Parts 1 and 2 below.
Part 1: Table
Access your stateÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Department of Education website and locate your stateÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s mathematics standards.
Select a group of related standards (sometimes called a domain or strand). An example could be
Identify the following:
State:
Standard Group (Domain/Strand):
Website URL for your state standards:
Complete the table below according to the following specifications for each column:
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Standard: Enter the exact verbiage of the standard or group of related standards (domain/strand).
Explanation: Explain in your own words what that standard means at that grade level.
Teaching Example: Provide an example of how you might teach that standard to students at that
grade level using a manipulative. Note: Do not include an example of a math problem that fits within
the standard.
Standard
Explanation
Teaching Example
Part 2: Analysis
Write a 260- to 350-word analysis of how the standard you chose evolves and builds as the grade levels
progress.
Complete the Math Standards Analysis worksheet using the math standards from your state’s
Department of Education website or another reliable internet source.
To locate the information needed to complete this worksheet, you will need to go to your state’s
Department of Education website or google (state) math standards. For example, so I would
google Florida Department of Education math curriculum OR Florida math standards. Fl is the
one for this for myself.
Select one strand or domain. For example, I might choose Operations and Algebraic Thinking.
Try to choose one that we learn about in this class. In other words, try to avoid Geometry,
Measurement, and Statistics and Probability.
Next, select one standard and enter the exact verbiage of the standard for that strand or domain
in the Standard column. In the Explanation column, explain in your own words what that
standard means at that grade level. Finally, in the Teaching Example column, provide an
example of how you might teach that standard to students at that grade level. Include what you
will do and what the students will do. Apply what you learned this week.
When you complete the table (all grade levels must be completed), you will write a brief
analysis (260 – 350 words) of how that strand or domain builds across the grade levels.
**Note: In 7th grade, you will notice the strand/domain changes. Select the strand that most
closely aligns with the one you chose for elementary.