University of Chicago School Mathematics Project Data

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Table of Contents

								
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 1-1, pp. 6-12								
Date:  8-3-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	312			K			X	
b	312			K			X	
c	312			K			X	
Activity								
	503			R				
Quiz Yourself								
	117			K				
Guided Example 2								
Step 1	NMA			K				
Step 2	503			K				
Step 3	1602			K	C			
Step 4	316			K				
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1	115			K				
2	204			K				Order of operations
3	218			K				Order of operations
4	218			K				Order of operations
5	218			K				Order of operations
6	209			K				Order of operations
7a	503			K				Order of operations; Linear
7b	503			K				Order of operations; Linear
8a	503			K				Order of operations; Exponential
8b	503			K				Order of operations; Exponential
9a	503			K				Order of operations
9b	503			K				Order of operations
10	503			K				Order of operations
11	503			K				Order of operations
12	119			K				
13	119			K				
14	119			K				
Applying the Mathematics								
15a	119			K				
15b	119			K				
16	117			K				
17	117			K				
18	503			A			X	
19	207			K				
20a	119			K			X	
20b	119			A			X	
Review								
21	214			K				
22	214			K				
23	207			K				
24	114	212		K	C			
25	214			A	C		X	
26	201			K				
27	201			K				
28	206			K				
29	213			K				
Exploration								
30	103			R				
								
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 1-2, pp. 13-19								
Date:  8-3-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	403			K			X	
b	103			K			X	
Quiz Yourself								
	503			K			X	
Guided Example 1								
a	108			K			X	
b	506	502		A			X	
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1	503			K				
2	503			K				
3	503			K				
4	503			K				
5	506			A				
6	506			A				
7a	103			A			X	
7b	506			A			X	
8a	216			A			X	
8b	506			A			X	
9	516			K				
Applying the Mathematics								
10a	506			K				506 (not 108) because not doing the computation
10b	506			A				
11a	103			K			X	
11b	506			A			X	
11c	502			A			X	Write a linear expression
12a	503	305		K				
12b	503	305		K				
13a	108			K			X	
13b	506	502		A			X	Linear
14a	207			K				
14b	506			A				
14c	612			R				
15a	503			K				
15b	612			R				
Review								
16	503			K				
17	503			K				Order of operations
18	503	110		K	C		X	
19a	202			K				
19b	202			K				
20	310	316		K	C			
21	403	316		K			X	
22a	206			K				
22b	206			K				
22c	206			K				
Exploration								
23a	108			K			X	
23b	506			A			X	
23c	511			R			X	
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 1-3, pp. 20-26								
Date: 8-3-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	313			K			X	
b	313			K			X	
c	313			A			X	
Activity 1								
1	506			A		M		
2	506			R				
3	506			A				
4	503			K				
5	502			K				
Activity 2								
1	102			K				
2	102			K				
3	506			A		M		
4	506			A				
5	506			A				
6	503			K				
Quiz Yourself 1								
a	503			K				
b	503			K				
Guided Example 1								
	503			K				
Quiz Yourself 2								
	503			K				
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1a	503			K				
1b	503			K				
2a	506			A				
2b	506			A				
2c	506			A				
3	503			K				
4a	503			K				
4b	503			K				
5a	503			K				
5b	114			K				
6a	503			K				
6b	114			K				
7a	503			K				
7b	114			K				
Applying the Mathematics								
8a	506			A			X	
8b	506			A			X	
8c	511			A			X	
8d	503			K			X	
9	503			R				CogBeh R because generating a counter-example is novel
10	502			A			X	
Review								
11	506			A				
12a	108			K			X	
12b	506			A	C		X	
12c	506			A			X	
13a	503			K				
13b	503			K				
13c	503			K				
14a	503			K				
14b	503			K				
14c	612			A				
15	202	201	114	K				
16	218	114		K				
17	119	114		K				
18	216			K	C		X	
19	403			K	C		X	
Exploration								
20a	506			A				
20b	506			A	C			
20c	506			R				
21a	506			A				
21b	506			A				
21c	506			R				
21d	506			A				
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 1-4, pp. 27-32								
Date:  8-4-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	113			K			X	
b	313			K			X	
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1a	503			K				
1b	505			A				
2a	505			K				
2b	505			K				
2c	102			K				1501
3	503			A				No 505 because that's captured in CogBeh A; Linear
4	503			A				No 505 because that's captured in CogBeh A; Exponential
5	505			K				
6a	505			K				
6b	505			K				
7a	505			K				
7b	505			K				
8	102	1401		K				
9	102	1401		K				
Applying the Mathematics								
10	502	109		A			X	1501
11	505			K			X	1501
12	102			K			X	
13	109			K			X	
14	109			K			X	
Review								
15	503			K				
16	503			A				
17a	503			K				
17b	506			A				
18a	503			K				
18b	506			A				
19	503	306		K				
20a	503			K				
20b	503			K				
20c	503			K				
21	209			K			X	
Exploration								
22a	506			A				
22b	505			A				
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 1-5, pp. 33-41								
Date:  8-4-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	503			K				
b	503			K				
c	503			K				
d	503			K				
Activity 1								
Step 1	1602			K	C			
Step 2	1602	601		K	C			
Step 3	1602			K	C			
Step 4	1602			K	C			
Step 5	1602	601		A	C			
Activity 2								
Step 1	601	1602		K	C			
Step 2	1602			K	C			
Step 3	601			A	C			1504
Activity 3								
Step 1	1602	515		K	C			
Step 2	1602			K	C			
Step 3	515			A	C			1506
Step 4	1602			K	C			
Activity 4								
Step 1	1602	516		K	C			
Step 2	1602	516		A	C			1505
Activity 5								
Step 1	1602	601		K	C			1504
Step 2	1602	601		K	C			
Step 3	503	601		K	C			
Step 4	601			K				
Activity 6								
Step 1	601	1602		K	C			
Step 2	1602			K	C			
Step 3	1602			K	C			
Step 4	1602	601		A	C			
Step 5	1602			K	C			
Step 6	1602	601		K	C			1504
Step 7	1602	601		K	C			1504
Step 8	1602	601		K	C			1504
Activity 7								
Step 1	601	1602		A	C			1504  1602 b/c sts are just now learning about standard windows
Step 2	601			K	C			1504
Step 3	601			K	C			1504
Quiz Yourself 1								
	614			A	C			1515
Activity 8								
Step 1	1602			K	C			
Step 2	1602			K	C			
Step 3	114	1602		K				
Step 4	907			K	C			
Quiz Yourself 2								
	907	1602		K	C			
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1	505			K				No 508 (inequality) because just filling in #s
2a	505	508		K				
2b	505			K				
3	1602	505		K				
4	1602	510		A	C			1503
5	601	1602		A	C			1504
6a	1602			A	C			
6b	1602	508		K	C			
6c	505			K	C			
7a	614			A	C			1505
7b	614	1602		A	C			1505
8a	614			A	C			1505
8b	614	1602		A	C			1505
8c	614	1602		A	C			1505
8d	614	1602		K	C			1505
8e	614	1602		K	C			1505
Applying the Mathematics								
9a	510			A	C			1503
9b	505			K				
10a	601			A	C			1504
10b	505			K				
11	510	1602	508	A	C			1503
12	510	1602	508	A	C			1503
13	510			A	C			1503
14	513			A	C			1515
Review								
15a	502			A			X	
15b	503			A			X	
16	102			K			X	
17	109			K			X	
18	109			K			X	
19a	503			K	C		X	
19b	503			K	C		X	
19c	114			K			X	
20a	503			K				
20b	503			K				
21	201			K				
22	201			K				
23	204			K				
24	201			K				
25	201			K				
26	206			K				
Exploration								
27a	1602			K				
27b	1602			K				
27c	1602			K				
28a	515	1602		A	C			1506
28b	515	1602		A	C			1506
28c	515	1602		A	C			1506
28d	515	1602		A	C			1506
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 1-6, pp. 42-46								
Date:  8-4-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	103			K			X	
b	103			K			X	
c	502			K			X	
Quiz Yourself 1								
	103			A			X	
Quiz Yourself 2								
a	501			K				
b	501			A			X	
Quiz Yourself 3								
a	501			K				
b	501			K				
c	501			K				
Activity								
	501	1602		A	C			1512
Quiz Yourself 4								
	501	503		A	C			1512 & 1504?  No method is prescribed.  Adjacent Activity dictates using calc-graph but coded based on soln method outlined in Tchr notes (p. 46).
HOMEWORK								
Item #								
Covering the Ideas								
1a	103			A			X	
1b	201			A			X	
1c	114			K			X	
2a	502			A			X	
2b	501			K			X	
2c	501			A			X	
3a	501			K				Arithmetic skills (Topic Codes 1xx & 2xx) subsumed under 501; No 503 because focus of problem is absolute value
3b	501			K				
3c	501			K				
3d	501			K				
4	501			K				
5	501			K				
6	501	1602		K				1602 because of calculator lingo
7	501	1602		K				
8	501			A	C			1512
9	501			A				
Applying the Mathematics								
10	501			A	C			1512
11a	501			A	C			1512
11b	501	1602		A	C			1512
11c	501	1602		A	C			1512
12	501			K				
13	501			K				
14	501			A				CogBeh A because "no soln" problems require more reasoning than ones that have solutions
15	501			A	C			1512    CogBeh A because of absolute values on both sides of eqn; 1512 & C because Tchr note indicates sts might solve by graphing
16a	505			K				
16b	505			K				
16c	505			K				
16d	501			K				1512
Review								
17a	614	1602		A	C			1505
17b	614	505		K	C			1505
18	601	1602		A	C			1504
19	1401	102		K				
20a	503			A				
20b	119			K				
21a	503			K				
21b	503			K				
Exploration								
22	501	508		A	C			1512
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 1-7, pp. 47-54								
Date:  8-4-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	1001			K				
b	1001			K				
c	1001			K				
d	1001			K				
Quiz Yourself 1								
	1002			A			X	
Quiz Yourself 2								
	1002			A	C/Co		X	Mean absolute deviation is a measure of spread hence 1002 (range)
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1	1002			A	C/Co		X	
2	1002			A	C/Co		X	A because sts need to go find the data, solve a problem
3	1001	1002		K	C/Co		X	
Applying the Mathematics								
4	1001	1002		K				
5	1001	1002		K				
6	990			K				Symmetry and skew of a data display
7	990			K				
8	990			K				
9	990			K			X	
10	1002			R			X	
11a	1001	1002		K	C/Co		X	K because data given
11b	1001	1002		R			X	
12a	1001	1002		R	C/Co			
12b	1002			K				
13	1001			R				
14	1001			R				
15	1002			K	C/Co		X	
Review								
16a	501			K				
16b	501			K				
16c	501			K				
17	1602			K				
18	614			A	C			1505
19	601	503		A				1504    No C because grid paper shown in answers
20	503			A				
21a	506			K				
21b	506			A				
21c	503			K				
Exploration								
22a	1002			R			X	
22b	1002			R			X	
22c	1002			R			X	
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Chapter 1 Self-Test, pp. 58-59								
Date:  8-4-09								
								
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1a	108			A				
1b	506			A				
2	119			K				
3	511			A				
4	502			A			X	
5a	503			K				
5b	114			K				
6a	506			A				
6b	506			A				
6c	506			A				
6d	505			A				
7a	503			A				
7b	511			A				
8a	510			A	C			1503
8b	503			K				
9a	505			K				
9b	505			K				
9c	501			K				1512
10	510	1602		A	C			1503
11	990			K			X	
12	1001	1002		K	C/Co		X	
13	1001	1002		A			X	
14a	614			A	C			1505
14b	614	1602		A	C			1505
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Chapter 1 Review, pp. 60-63								
Date:  8-4-09								
								
SKILLS								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Objective A								
1	115			K				
2	204			K				
3	218			K				
4	209			K	C			
5	503			K				
6	503			K	C			
7	503			K	C			
8	503			K				
9	503			K	C			
10	503			K				
Objective B								
11	506			A				
12a	506			K				
12b	506			A				
12c	506			A				
13a	506			K				
13b	506			A				
13c	506			A				
Objective C								
14	503			K				
15	503			K			X	
16	503	501		K				
Objective D								
17	501			K				
18	501			K				
19	501			K				
20	501			K				
21	501			K				
Objective E								
22	1001	1002		K	C			
23	1001	1002		K	C			
24	1001	1002		K	C		X	
25	1001	1002		K	C		X	
PROPERTIES								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Objective F								
26	511	117		K				Talked w/Maria; intent is 117 but this doesn't capture the algebra therefore better to code as 511 (or perhaps 511 & 117)
27	511	117		K				
28	511	117		K				
29	511	117		K				
30	511	117		K				
31	117			K				
Objective G								
32	119			K				
33	612			K				
34a	612			K				
34b	612			A				
35	612			K				
USES								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Objective H								
36	502			A			X	
37	502			A			X	
Objective I								
38a	1001	1002		K	C/Co		X	
38b	1002			A			X	
38c	1001	1002		A			X	
38d	1002			A			X	
REPRESENTATIONS								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Objective J								
39a	108			A			X	
39b	505			A			X	
40	505			A			X	
Objective K								
41a	503			K				
41b	505			A				
41c	505	510		A				1503
42a	503			K			X	
42b	505			A			X	
Objective L								
43	510	501		A	C			1503-1512
44	510			A				1503
45	601			A	C			1504
Objective M								
46a	614			A	C			1505
46b	614	1602		A	C			1505
47	505			A				1504
48	601			K	C			1504
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 2-1, pp. 66-71								
Date:  8-7-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	114			K				
b	114			K				
QY1								
	511			K				
Guided Example 3								
	511			K				
QY2								
	511			K				
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1a	511			K				
1b	511			K				
1c	511			K				
2a	502	306		A				
2b	502	306		A				
3	119			A			X	
4	103			K			X	
5	511			K				
6	511			K				
7	511			K				
8	511			K				
9	511			K				
10	511			K				
11	216			K			X	
12	511			K				
Applying the Mathematics								
13	511			K				
14	511			K				
15	209			A			X	
16a	103			A			X	
16b	502			A			X	
Review								
17a	1001			K	C		X	
17b	1002			A	C/Co		X	
18a	614	616		A	C			1505
18b	614	616		K				1505    No calculator code because not doing additional work on the calculator
19	119			K				119 (not 214) because focus is properties, not the computations
20	119			K				119 (not 103) because focus is properties, not the computations
21	103			A			X	
22	508			K				Do not also include 503 because it's subsumed under 508
23	508			K				Do not also include 503 because it's subsumed under 508
24a	217			A	C		X	
24b	217			A	C		X	
24c	217			A	C		X	
Exploration								
25a	612	503		A				
25b	612	503		A				
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 2-2, pp. 72-78								
Date:  8-7-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	204			K				
b	204			K				
c	204			K				
QY								
	511			K				
Guided Example 2								
	511			K				
Guided Example 4								
	512			K				
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1a	516			K				
1b	516			K				
1c	516			K				
1d	516			K				
2	206			K				
3	511			K				
4	511			K				
5	511			K				
6	511			K				
7	515			K				
8	516			K				
9	511	305		A			X	
10	512			K				
11	512			K				
12	511			K				
13	511			K				
14	511			K				
15	512			K				
16	512			K				
Applying the Mathematics								
17	502			A			X	
18	502			A			X	
19	608	503		A				
20	514			A				
Review								
21	511	612		A				511 - do it; 612 - name it
22	511			A			X	
23	119			A			X	Focus is on properties, not the computation
24	119			A			X	Focus is on properties, not the computation
25a	502	305		A				
25b	511	305		A				
26a	506			A				
26b	503			A				
26c	503			R				
26d	503			R				
27	502			K				
28	502			K				
29	502			K				
30	502			K				
31a	103			A			X	CogBeh A because have to figure out what to do w/the #s
31b	103			A			X	
31c	214			A			X	
31d	502			A			X	
31e	502			A			X	
32	503			A	C		X	
33	503			A	C		X	
Exploration								
34a	511			K				
34b	506			A				
34c	506			A				
34d	506			R				
34e	506			R				
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 2-3, pp. 79-84								
Date: 8-7-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	707			K				
b	502	707		A				
c	502	707		A				
Guided Example 1								
Step 1	109			K				
Step 2	103			K				
Step 3	103			K				
Step 4	103			K				
Step 5	103			K				
Step 6	103			K				
Step 7	103			K				
Guided Example 3								
Step 1	502			K				
Step 2	502			K				
Step 3	511			K				Not 502 because 8(n-4) is given (question is scaffolded)
Step 4	502	511		K				502-generate expression, 511-operate on it
Step 5	502	511		K				
Step 6	502	511		K				
Step 7	502	511		K				
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1	502			A				
2	103			K			X	
3	103			K			X	
4	209			K			X	
5	103			K			X	
6	290			K				290 because the # you're operating on isn't restricted except in size
7	290			K				290 because the # you're operating on isn't restricted except in size
8	612			A				
9a	204			K				
9b	216			K				
9c	511			A				
10a	103			K				
10b	216			K				
10c	511			A				
Applying the Mathematics								
11	511			A				
12	511			A				
13a	103			K				
13b	103			K				
13c	511			A				
14a	103			K				
14b	103			K				
14c	511			A				
15	103			A			X	
Review								
16	516			K				
17	516	515		K				
18	516			K				
19	516	515		K				
20a	502	306		A				
20b	502	306		A				
21a	206			K				
21b	511			K				
21c	515			K				
22	511			K				
23	511			K				
24a	216			K			X	
24b	505			A			X	
24c	502			A			X	
25a	502			A			X	
25b	502			A			X	
26	201			K				
27	201			K				
28	202			K				
29	202			K				
30	211			K				
Exploration								
31a	202			K				
31b	202			K				
31c	502			R				
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 2-4, pp. 85-90								
Date:  8-7-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	107			K			X	
b	107			K			X	
c	502			A			X	
QY1								
a	114			K				
b	114			K				
QY2								
	511			K				
QY3								
	510			A	C			1503
Guided Example 2								
	511			K				
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1a	502	512		A			X	
1b	503			K			X	
2	511			K				
3	511			K				
4	511			K				
5	511			K				
6	511			K				
7	511			K				
8	511			K				
9	511			K				
10	511			K				
11	511			K				
12	511			K				
13	511			K				
14	511			K				
15	511			K				
16	511			K				
Applying the Mathematics								
17a	510			A	C			1503
17b	511			A				No 612 because using (not naming) the property
18a	218			K				
18b	218			K				
18c	218			K				
18d	218			K				
19a	218			K				
19b	218			K				
19c	218			K				
20a	218			A				
20b	218			A				
20c	218			A				
21	218			A			X	
22a	218			K				
22b	218			K				
22c	218			K				
22d	218			K				
22e	218			K				
22f	218			K				
23a	207			K				
23b	207			K				
23c	207			K				
23d	506			A				506 because problem doesn't make sense w/o parts a-c
Review								
24a	290			K				290 because not limited as to type of #
24b	502			A				
25	511			K				
26	511			K				
27	515			K				
28	502			A			X	
29	502	511		A			X	
30a	108			A				
30b	502			A				
31a	111			K				
31b	214			K	C			
31c	214			K	C			
Exploration								
32	502	511		R				
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 2-5, pp. 91-97								
Date:  8-10-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	113			K				
b	113			K				
c	113			K				
QY								
	614	501	1602	A	C			1513-1505-1602    Absolute value
Guided Example 2								
Mthd1	503			K				
Mthd2	510			A	C			1503
Mthd3	510			A	C			1503
Guided Example 3								
	608			K				
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1a	506			K				
1b	503			K				
1c	510			A	C			1503
1d	511			K				
2	510	511		A	C			1503-511
3	601	511		A	C			1504-511
4	601	511		A	C			1504-511
5	511	601		A	C			511-1504
Applying the Mathematics								
6a	503			K				
6b	114			K				
6c	114			K				
6d	601	510		A				1504-1503
7	510	511	305	A	C			1503
8	502	305		A				
9a	503	306		K				
9b	511	306		K				
9c	503	306		K				
Review								
10	511			K				
11	511			K				
12	511			K				
13a	511			K				
13b	511			K				
13c	511			K				
13d	511			K				
14a	290			K				
14b	511			A				
15a	511			K				
15b	511			K				
15c	511			K				
15d	511			K				
16	119			K				
17	503			A				
18	503			A				
Exploration								
19	511	305	306	A				
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 2-6, pp. 98-104								
Date:  8-10-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	403			K			X	You've got to be kidding, right?!  This is not mental math!!
b	403			K			X	
c	502			A			X	
d	502			A			X	
Activity 1								
1	511	601	306	K	C		X	CAS
2	511	601	306	K	C		X	CAS
Activity 2								
	511			K	C			CAS
QY1								
	511			K	C			CAS
QY2								
	511			K	C			CAS
Activity 3								
1	511			A	C			CAS
2	511			A	C			CAS
3	511			A	C			CAS
4	515			A	C			CAS
5	511			A	C			CAS
6	511			A	C			CAS
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1	511			K				
2	511			K				
3	511	1602		A				CAS
Applying the Mathematics								
4a	502	306		A			X	
4b	511			K			X	
5	511	512		A				
6	511	512		A				
7	511	512		A				
8	511	512		A				
9	511	512		A				
10a	511			A				Use of Properties
10b	511			A				Use of Properties
11	503	511		A				
12	503	511		A				
Review								
13a	612			K				
13b	119			K				
14	612			K				
15a	506			A			X	
15b	506			A			X	
15c	506	502		A			X	Exponential
16	502	305		A				
17	502	305		A				
18a	108			K				
18b	108			K				
18c	108			K				
18d	108			K				
19	212			K				
Exploration								
20	511			A	C			CAS
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 2-7, pp. 105-111								
Date:  8-10-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	210	305		K				
b	210	305		K				
QY1								
a	201			A				
b	117			K				
QY2								
	511			K				
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1	117			K				
2	117			A				
3	117			A				
4	511			A				
5a	511			K				
5b	504			K				
6a	511			K				
6b	504			A				
7	201			K				
8	612			K				
9	119			A				
10	612			K				
11	612			K				
Applying the Mathematics								
12	119			A			X	
13a	117			A				
13b	511			A				
14	511			A				
15a	117	201		A				
15b	511			A				
16	119	213		K				
17	312			A			X	
Review								
18	502	511	306	A				
19	502	306		A			X	
20a	119			K				
20b	119			K				
20c	119			K				
21	511			K				
22	511			K				
23	502	511		A				
24	506			K				
25a	503			K				
25b	503			K				
Exploration								
26	117			R				
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 2-8, pp. 112-120								
Date:  8-11-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	204			K				
b	204			K				Distributive Property
c	204			K				Distributive Property
QY1								
a	504			K				
b	504			K				
QY2								
a	504			A				
b	504			A				
Guided Example 3								
a	215			K	C			
b	208			K				
c	203			K				
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1	117			K				
2a	117			A				
2b	117			K				
3	117	502		K				117 because focus of problem is operations on mult/div; 502 to acknowledge it's an algebra problem (focus on variables)
4a	502	511		A				
4b	504			A				
4c	504			A				
4d	504			A				
5	502			K				
6	215			K	C			
7	203			K				
8	208			K				
9	119			K				
10a	612			K				
10b	612			K				
11	119			K				
12a	504			A				
12b	504			K				
12c	504			K				
13	504			K				
14	504			A				
15	504			A				
16	504			A				
Applying the Mathematics								
17	119			K			X	
18	119			K			X	
19	612			A				
20	612			A				
21	208			K				
22	208			K				
23a	502	305	306	A				
23b	504	306		A				
24a	506			A				
24b	506			A				
25a	117	502		K			X	117 because focus of problem is operations on mult/div; 502 to acknowledge it's an algebra problem (focus on variables)
25b	503			A	C		X	
26	502	507		A			X	
Review								
27	511	305		A				
28	504	309		A				
29	503			A				
30a	204			K				
30b	114			K				
31	612			K				
32	612			K				
33	612			K				
34	612			K				
35	503	113		A	C		X	
36	213			A			X	
Exploration								
37	503			R				
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Chapter 2 Self-Test, p. 124								
Date:  8-11-09								
								
SELF TEST								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
1	511			K				
2	511			K				
3	511			K				
4	511			K				
5	511			K				
6	511			K				
7	515			A				
8	119			A			X	
9	502	511	306	A				
10	502			K				
11	117	502	310	K				
12	502	310		A				
13	117			A				
14	511			K				
15	511			K				
16	215			K				
17	515			K				
18	218			K				
19	502	511		A				
20	1503			A	C			
21	511			K				
22	502	507		A			X	
23	501	503		A				Not 510 because absolute value (not linearity) is focus of the problem
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Chapter 2 Review, pp. 125-127								
Date:  8-11-09								
								
SKILLS								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Objective A								
1	511			K				
2	511			K				
3	511			K				
4	511			K				
5	511			K				
6	511			K				
7	511			K				
8	511			K				
9	511			K				
10	511			K				
11	511			K				
12	515			K				
Objective B								
13	511			K				
14	511			K				
15	511			K				
16	511			K				
17	511			K				
18	511			K				
19	218			K				
20	608			K				
21a	218			K				
21b	218			K				
21c	218			K				
21d	218			K				
22	119			K				Computation is unimportant
23	119			K				Computation is unimportant
24	612			K				Computation is unimportant
Objective C								
25	504			A				
26	504			K				
27	504			K				
28	117	502		K				
29	117			K				
30	117	502		K				
31	117			K				
32	504			A				
33	504			A				
34	504			A				
PROPERTIES								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Objective D								
35	203			K				
36	215			K	C			
37	515			K				
38	612			A				
39	612			K				
40	114			K				
41	503			K				
42	503			K				
43	503			K				
Objective E								
44	612			K				
45	612			K				
46	502			K				
47	114			K				
48	114			K				
49	612			K				
50	612			A				
Objective F								
51	612			K				
52	119			A			X	
53	119			A				
54	119			A				
55	119			A			X	
USES								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Objective G								
56	502	511		A				
57	502	511		A				
58	502	511		A				
Objective H								
59	502	507		A			X	
60	306			A			X	
61	502			A			X	
REPRESENTATIONS								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Objective I								
62	511			A				Intent is to show equiv expressions despite diff reps
63	511			A				Intent is to try & prevent common error, x+x isn't x*x
64	114			K				
Objective J								
65	511	510		A	C			1503    CAS
66	511	601		A	C			1504    CAS
67	511	614		A	C			1505    CAS
68	511	601	310	A	C			1504    CAS
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 3-1, pp. 130-134								
Date:  8-14-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	515			K				CogBeh K even though need to find common den, because this is mental math
b	515			K				
c	515			K				
QY								
	505			K				
Activity								
Step 1	510	314		A	C		X	CBL motion detector
Step 2	308	314	510	A			X	1503  ROC idea is impt; CBL motion detector
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1a	510			A			X	1503
1b	510			A			X	1503
1c	510			A			X	1503
1d	510			A			X	1503
2a	103			A			X	1503
2b	505			A			X	
2c	510			A			X	1503
2d	502			A			X	1503, 1501
3a	213			K			X	
3b	216			K			X	
3c	510			K			X	1503
3d	510			A			X	1503
3e	510			A			X	1503
Applying the Mathematics								
4a	510	310		A			X	1503
4b	510	310		A			X	1503
4c	510	310		A			X	1503
5a	510			A				1503
5b	510			A				1503
5c	510			K				1503
5d	510			A				1503-1514  How to capture notion of reflection w/o 1514?
6a	510			A			X	1503
6b	510			A			X	1503
6c	510			A			X	1503
7	509	510		A	C			1503
8	509	601		A	C			1504
9	509	510		A	C			1503
10	509	501		A	C			1512
Review								
11	515			K				
12	103			K				
13	214			K				
14	207	214		K				
15	503	210		A			X	
16a	504			A	C		X	
16b	504	210		A	C		X	
17	503	210		A	C		X	
18a	511			K				
18b	504			A				
18c	503			K				
19a	218			K				
19b	218			K				
19c	218			K				
19d	218			K				
19e	218			K				
19f	218			K				
20	503			A				
Exploration								
21a	NMA			A			X	
21b	510			A			X	1503
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 3-2, pp. 135-138								
Date:  8-14-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	217	511		K				
b	217	511		K				
c	217	511		K				
d	217	511		K				
QY1								
	501	503		K				
QY2								
	510			A			X	1503  Not 507 bec sts have been solving via tables & graphs (510)
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1a	503			K				
1b	503			K				
1c	503			K				
2	510			A				1503
3	510			A				1503
4	510			A				1503
5	510			A				1503
6a	510			A	C			1503
6b	510			A	C			1503
7	502			A			X	Considered also 510
8	502			A			X	Considered also 510
9	502			A			X	Considered also 510
Applying the Mathematics								
10	510			A				1503
11	510			A				1503
12	510			A	C			1503
13a	510			A				1503
13b	505			K				1503
14	507	510	305	A				No 502 because 507 includes setting up & solving equation; 510 b/c sts can use tables/graphs to solve
15	507	510	305	A				No 502 because 507 includes setting up & solving equation; 510 b/c sts can use tables/graphs to solve
Review								
16	509	510		A	C			1503
17	509	601		A	C			1504
18	509	601		A	C			1504
19a	510			A			X	1503
19b	510			A			X	1503
19c	510			A			X	1503
19d	510			A			X	1503
20a	510			A			X	1503
20b	510	1602		A	C		X	1503
20c	510			A	C		X	1503
21a	114			K				
21b	215			K	C			
22a	114			K				
22b	208			K				
23	503			K	C			
24	511			A				CogBeh A because substituting in polynomials for the variables is cognitively more demanding than substituting in numbers (could find no prior instance of similar problem)
Exploration								
25	614			A				1513
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 3-3, pp. 139-143								
Date:  8-14-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	511			K				
b	511			K				
c	511			K				
Activity								
Step 1	510	1602		K	C			CAS
Step 2	507	1602		K	C			CAS
Step 3	504	1602		K	C			CAS
QY								
a	507			A	C			CAS
b	507			A	C			CAS
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1	507	504		K				
2a	502			A				Balance Model
2b	507			A				Balance Model
2c	507			A				Balance Model
3a	507			A				CogBeh A1
3b	507			A				CogBeh A1
4a	507			K				
4b	504			K				
5	507			K				
6	507			K				
7	504			K				
8	504			K				
9	507			A				
Applying the Mathematics								
10a	507			K				
10b	504			A				
11a	507			K				
11b	504			A				
12	507			A				
13a	507			A	C			CAS
13b	503			A				
Review								
14a	510			A				1503
14b	510			A				1503
15a	502			A			X	
15b	510			A			X	1503
16a	510			A			X	1503
16b	510			A			X	1503
16c	510			A			X	1503
17a	510			A			X	1503
17b	510			A			X	1503
18a	504			A	C			
18b	510			A			X	1503
19a	1012			K			X	
19b	1001	1002		K	C/Co		X	
Exploration								
20a	1602			K	C			CAS
20b	511			A				
20c	502			A				
Rater:  Mary Ann								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 3-4, pp. 144-148								
Date:  8-17-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	114			K				
b	114			K				
c	114			K				
Guided Example 1								
	507			K				
Guided Example 3								
	507	306		K				CogBeh K because of guidance provided to sts
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1a	507			K				
1b	507			K				CogBeh K because of the scaffolding provided in part (a)
2a	507			K				
2b	504			K				
3	502			K				
4	502			K				
5	507			A				
6	507			A				
7	507			A				
8	507			A				
9	507			A				
10	507			A				
11	507			A				
12	507			A				
13	507			A				
14	507			K				
Applying the Mathematics								
15a	502			A			X	I'm assuming rates (314) is included in 502
15b	507			A	C		X	
16a	502			A			X	
16b	507			A			X	
17a	502			A			X	
17b	507			A			X	
18a	507			A				
18b	507			A				
18c	507			A				
19	507			A				
20	507			A				
21	507			A				
22	507			A				
Review								
23a	502			A				Balance Model
23b	507			A				Balance Model
23c	507			A				Balance Model
24a	511			K				
24b	511			K				
24c	503			K				
24d	511			K				
25a	505			K				
25b	507	510		A				
25c	510			A				
26	511			K				
27	511			K				
28	511			K				
29	503			K				
Exploration								
30	507			A				
31a	1602	1604		R	C/Co			
31b	1602	1604		A	C/Co			
Rater:  Mary Ann								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 3-5, pp. 149-154								
Date:  8-17-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	207	306		K				
b	207	306		K				
c	502	306		K				
QY								
	503			A	C		X	
Guided Example 5								
	507			K				CogBeh K because of scaffolding provided
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1	507			A				
2	507			A				
3	507			A				
4	507			A				
5	507			A				
6	507			A				
7	507			A				
8	507			A				
9	507			A				
10	507			A	C			
11a	502			A			X	
11b	507			A			X	
12	507			A	C		X	Considered 316 but this really isn't the point of the problem
Applying the Mathematics								
13a	503	306		K				
13b	507	306		A				
13c	507	306		A				
14	507	305		A				Considered 502
15	507	305		A				Considered 502
16	507	305		A				Considered 502
17	507			A			X	
Review								
18	507			A				
19	507			A				
20	507			A				
21a	510			A			X	1503
21b	507	312		A			X	312 because of conversion of answer into a time
22a	510			A			X	1503
22b	507			A			X	1503
23	504	312		A			X	
24	507	305		A				Considered 502
25	208			K				
Exploration								
26a	507			R				CogBeh R because of the additional variable m
26b	503			A				503 really isn't the pt of the problem; CogBeh A because m isn't given
27	507			A			X	Considered 316 but this really isn't the point of the problem
Rater:  Mary Ann								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 3-6, pp. 155-161								
Date:  8-17-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	403			K			X	
b	403			K			X	
c	403			K			X	
QY								
	508	1401		K				
Activity								
1	508	1602		K	C			CAS
2	508			K	C			CAS
3	508			K	C			CAS
4	508			K	C			CAS
5	508			K	C			CAS
6	508			K	C			CAS
7	508			K	C			CAS
8	508			A	C			CAS
9	508			A	C			CAS
10	508			A				
Guided Example 2								
a	508			K				
b	508			A				
c	508			K				Considered 503, but the problem really is about solving an inequality; I.e., what's important is not the substitution.
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1a	508			A			X	
1b	508			K			X	
1c	508			A			X	
2a	508			A			X	
2b	508			K			X	
2c	508			A			X	
3a	508			A			X	
3b	508			K			X	
3c	508			A			X	
4	508			A				
5	508			A				
6a	114	103		K				Inequality
6b	114	207		K				Inequality
6c	114	202		K				Inequality
7	508			A				
8	508			A				
9	508			A				
10	508			A				
11	508			A				
12	508			A				
13a	114			K				
13b	114			K				
13c	508			K				508 because generalizing moves it into algebra domain
Applying the Mathematics								
14a	114			K				No 114 because sts don't need to think about which # is larger than another?
14b	114			K				
14c	508			K				
15	508			K				
16a	502	508	306	A			X	
16b	508	306		A			X	
17a	502	508		A			X	
17b	508			A			X	
Review								
18a	502			A				Balance Model
18b	507			A				Balance Model
18c	507			A				Balance Model
19	507			A				
20	507			A				
21a	502			A			X	
21b	507			A			X	
22	507			A				
23	507	511		A				
24	507	511		A				
25	503			A			X	
Exploration								
26a	508	306		A				
26b	508	306		A				
26c	508	306		A				
26d	508	306		A				
Rater:  Mary Ann								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 3-7, pp. 162-166								
Date:  8-17-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	706			K				Need a diagram & labels!
b	706			K				
QY								
	508			K			X	
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1	612			K				
2a	508			A				Balance Model
2b	508			A				Balance Model
3	508			A				
4	508			A				
5	508			A				
6	508			A				
7	508			A			X	
Applying the Mathematics								
8	508			A				
9	508			A				
10	508			A				
11	508			A				
12	508			A				
13	508			A				
14a	508			A				1503
14b	508			A				1503
14c	508			A				1503
14d	508			A				1503
15a	508			A				1503
15b	508			A				1503
15c	508			A				1503
15d	508			A				1503
16	508			A			X	1503
17	508			A	C		X	
18	508			A	C		X	
19	508			A				
20a	508			A				
20b	508			K				
Review								
21a	508			K				
21b	508			K				
21c	508			K				
21d	508			K				
22	502	508	306	A			X	
23	508			A				
24	508			A				
25	508			A				
26	507			A				
27	507			A	C		X	
28a	206			K				
28b	511			K				
28c	511			K				
Exploration								
29	508			A				
30	508			A				
Rater:  Mary Ann								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 3-8, pp. 167-173								
Date:  8-17-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	502			K				
b	502			K				
c	502			K				
Activity								
Step1	511			K				
Step2	111	511		K				
Step3a	111	511		K				
Step3b	511			K	C			
QY1								
	507			A	C			
Guided Example 2								
	111	508		K				
QY1								
	111	508		K				
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1a	511			K				
1b	507			A				
1c	503			K				
2a	507			A				
2b	507			A				
2c	507			K				
3a	212			K				Considered 105 but the intent is to consider the decimals as fractions
3b	507			A	C			
3c	507			A	C			
3d	507			K				
4a	508			K				
4b	508			A				
4c	508			A				CogBeh A because changing representations
4d	508			K				
5a	508			K				
5b	508			A				
5c	508			A				
5d	508			K				
6	507			A				
7	507			A				
8	507			A				
9	507			A				
10	508			A				
11	508			A				
12	508			A				
13	508			A				
14a	502	507		A			X	
14b	103			A			X	
Applying the Mathematics								
15	507			A				
16	508			A				
17	507			A				
Review								
18	502	508		A				Balance Model
19	508			A				
20	508			A				
21	508			A				
22	508			A			X	
23	507	305		A				
24a	1001			A			X	
24b	1002			K	C/Co		X	
25	515			K				
26	511			K				
27	511			K				
Exploration								
28	502	507		R			X	CogBeh = R!!!!!
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Chapter 3 Self-Test, p. 177								
Date:  8-17-09								
								
SELF TEST								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
1	507			A				
2	507			A				
3	507			A				
4	508			A				
5	508			A				
6	508			A				
7	508			K				
8	507			A				
9	502	507		A			X	
10	507			A				
11	510			A			X	1503
12	510			A			X	1503
13	510			A			X	1503
14	508			A				
15	508	1602		A	C			
16	502	508		A			X	
17a	510			A			X	1503
17b	507			A	C		X	
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Chapter 3 Review, pp. 178-179								
Date:  8-17-09								
								
SKILLS								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Objective A								
1	507			A				
2	507			A				
3	507			A				
4	507			A				
5	507			A	C			
6	507			A				
7	507			A				
8	507			A				
9	507			A				
10	507			A				
11	507			A				
12	507			A				
Objective B								
13	508			A				
14	508			A				
15	508			A				
16	508			A				
PROPERTIES								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Objective C								
17	507			K				
18	504			K				
19	507	1602		A				
20	504	1602		A				
21	508			K				
22	508			K				
USES								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Objective D								
23	508	312		A			X	
24	502	507		A			X	
25	502	507		A	C		X	
26	502	507		A	C		X	
27	502	507		A	C		X	
28	502	507		A			X	
REPRESENTATIONS								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Objective E								
29a	510	310		A			X	1503
29b	510	310		A			X	1503
29c	510	507	310	A			X	507 & 510 because can solve the problem using a table, graph, or symbols
29d	510	310		A			X	1503
30a	502			A			X	
30b	510			A			X	1503
30c	510			A			X	1503
31a	502			A			X	
31b	510			A			X	1503
31c	510			A			X	1503
31d	510	507		A			X	510 & 507 because can solve the problem using a table, graph, or symbols
Objective F								
32	508			A				
33	508			A				
34	508			A				
35	508			A				
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 4-1, pp. 130-134								
Date:  8-18-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	218			K				
b	218			K				
c	218			K				
QY								
	403	504		A	C		X	
Guided Example 4								
	403	502		K			X	
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1	217			K	C			
2	504	217		A				
3	504	217		A	C			
4	217			K				
5a	403			K			X	
5b	403			A			X	
6a	403	502		A			X	
6b	403	502		A			X	
7	403	502		A			X	
8	403	504		A	C		X	
9	403	504		A	C		X	
10	403	504		A	C		X	
11	403	504		A	C		X	
12a	217			A			X	
12b	103			A			X	
13	217			A			X	
Applying the Mathematics								
14	217			A			X	
15	217			A			X	
16	212			A			X	
17a	403	504		A	C		X	
17b	403			A			X	
18	403	504		A	C		X	
Review								
19	507			A				
20	507			A				
21	507			A				
22	507			A	C		X	
23	508	403		A	C		X	
24	508			A				
25a	506			A				
25b	502			A				
25c	507			A				
26	1002			K	C/Co		X	
27	503			K				
28	207			K			X	
Exploration								
29	217	502		A				
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 4-2, pp. 188-195								
Date:  8-18-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	504	707		A				
b	507	707		A				
Activity								
1	510			A			X	1503
2	1002			A			X	
3	1002			A			X	
4	1002			K			X	
5	1002			K			X	
6	1002			A			X	
7	1002			A			X	
8	1002			A			X	
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1a	505			K				
1b	505			A				
1c	510			A				
2	510			A				
3	510			A				
4	505			K				
5	505			K				
6a	114			A				
6b	510			A				
7a	114			A				
7b	510			A				
8	510	508		A			X	1503  2 different soln methods
9a	510			A			X	1503
9b	1002			K			X	
10a	505			K			X	
10b	1002			A			X	
11a	505			K			X	
11b	NMA						X	
12	510			A				
13	510			A				
14a	510			K				
14b	510			K				
15	505			K				
16	510			K				
Applying the Mathematics								
17	505			A				
18	1001			A				
19	510	507		A			X	1503  510 to capture the graphical soln method
20	510			A				
21a	510			A			X	1503
21b	510			A			X	1503
21c	510			A			X	1503
21d	510			A			X	1503
21e	508			A			X	
Review								
22	212			A	C		X	
23	504	403		A	C		X	
24	504			A			X	
25a	508			A			X	
25b	508			A			X	
26	507			A				
27	510			A				1503
Exploration								
28	1001	1002		R			X	
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 4-3, pp. 196-201								
Date:  8-19-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	210			K			X	
b	210			K			X	
c	210			K			X	
Guided Example								
Solution 1								
1	510			A	C		X	1503
2	508			K			X	1503  Considered 114, 502
3	510			A			X	1503  Considered 114, 502
4	510			A	C		X	1503  503??
5	510			K			X	1503
6a	502			A			X	A2
6b	502			A			X	A2
Solution 2								
1	510	1602		A	C		X	
2	510	1602		A	C		X	
3	502			A			X	
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1a	510			A			X	1503  Jennifer would really like a code for systems of linear fcns!
1b	510			A			X	1503
1c	510			A			X	1503
1d	510			A			X	1503
2a	510			A			X	1503
2b	510			A			X	1503
2c	508			A			X	1503
3a	510			K			X	1503
3b	502			A			X	1503
3c	510			A			X	1503
4a	510			A			X	1503  I really wanted to code this as 502!
4b	510	502		A			X	1503
4c	510	502		A			X	1503
4d	508			A			X	1503
Applying the Mathematics								
5a	502			A			X	
5b	502			A			X	
5c	510			A			X	1503
6a	403			A	C		X	1503
6b	510	403		A	C		X	1503
6c	510	403		A			X	1503
Review								
7	510			A				
8	510			A				
9a	510			A				1503
9b	510			A				1503
9c	306			A				Need to recall formula to calculate area of a triangle
10	504	217		A	C		X	
11	217			K				
12	504	217		A	C			
13	507			A			X	
14a	504			K				
14b	504			K				
14c	508			K				
14d	508			K				
15a	511			K				
15b	511			K				
16a	505			A			X	
16b	505			K			X	
Exploration								
17	1402			R			X	
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 4-4, pp. 202-209								
Date:  8-19-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	113			K				
b	113			K				
c	113	214		K				
Activity								
1	507			A	C			CAS
2	507			A	C			CAS
3	507			A	C			CAS
4	507			A	C			CAS
5	507			A	C			CAS
6	507			A	C			CAS
7	507			A	C			CAS
8	507			A	C			CAS
9	507			A				
10	507			A	C			CAS
11	507			A	C			CAS
QY								
	507			A				
Guided Example 3								
	507			A				
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1	502			K				
2a	507			K				
2b	507			K				
2c	507			K				
3a	507			A				
3b	507			A				
4a	507			A				
4b	507			A				
5	507			A				
6a	507			A				
6b	507			A				
7	507			A				
8	507			A				
9	507			A				
10	507			A				
11	507			A				
12	507			A	C			
13	507			A				
14	507			A				
15	507			A	C		X	Can solve via 1503 but I think intent is to solve symbolically
16	507			A	C		X	
Applying the Mathematics								
17a	502			A				Balance Model
17b	507			A				Balance Model
17c	507			A				Balance Model
17d	507			A				Balance Model
18	507			A				
19a	502			A			X	
19b	502			A			X	
19c	507			A	C		X	
20	507	305		A				
21a	510			A			X	1503
21b	510			A			X	1503
21c	507			A			X	
Review								
22a	510			K			X	1503  Data for Ruby's Photos is not linear!
22b	510			K			X	1503
23	510			A				
24	507	217		A	C		X	
25	508			A				
26	508			A			X	
27	203	114		K				
28a	612			K				
28b	612			K				
28c	612			K				
29	113			K				
30	113			K				
Exploration								
31	602			R			X	
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 4-5, pp. 210-215								
Date:  8-19-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	312			K			X	
b	312			K			X	
c	312			K			X	
Guided Example 2								
	508			K				
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1a	510			K			X	1503
1b	508			A			X	1503
1c	508			A			X	1503
2a	503			A			X	
2b	503			A			X	
2c	508			A			X	
2d	508			A			X	
Applying the Mathematics								
3a	508			A				
3b	508			A				
3c	508			K				
3d	508			K				
4a	508			A				
4b	508			A				
5a	508			A				
5b	508			A				
6a	508			A				
6b	508			A				
7	508			A				
8	508			A				
9	508			A				
10	508			A				
11	508			K				
12a	503			A			X	
12b	508			A			X	
12c	508			A			X	
12d	510			A			X	1503
13	508			A			X	
Review								
14	507			A				
15	507			A	C			
16	507			A				
17	507			A	C			
18	507	510		A	C		X	1503  510 to capture the fact that this can be solved graphically/table
19a	510			A				
19b	505			K				
20	507	403		A	C		X	
21	508			A				
Exploration								
22a	103			A				Solve by guess-and-check
22b	103			A				Solve by guess-and-check
22c	601	508		R	C			1504  Solve by graphing
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 4-6, pp. 216-220								
Date:  8-21-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	303	306		K				
b	303	306		K				
c	303	306		K				
Guided Example 2								
	508			K				
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1a	510			A			X	1503
1b	508			A			X	
1c	508			A			X	
2a	508			K				
2b	508			K				
3a	507			K				
3b	507			K				
3c	510			A				1503
4	503			K				
5	508			A				
6	504			A				
7	507			A				
8	508			A				
9a	502			A			X	
9b	502			A			X	
9c	507			A			X	
Applying the Mathematics								
10a	508			A			X	
10b	508			A			X	
10c	508			K			X	
11	507			A				
12	507			A				
Review								
13	508			A				
14	508			A				
15	503			A			X	
16a	510			A			X	1503
16b	510	507		A	C		X	1503
17	507	217		A			X	
18a	506			A				
18b	612			K				
Exploration								
19a	507			R				R2
19b	507			R				R2
19c	507			R				R2
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 4-7, pp. 221-226								
Date:  8-21-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	503			K				
b	503			K				
c	503			K				
Guided Example 1								
	507			K			X	Not 312 because the problem isn't focusing on the application (temperature); instead, code as context
Guided Example 2								
a	502	306		K				
b	502	306		K				
c	502	306		K				
Activity								
1	507			A	C			CAS
2	507			A	C			CAS
3	507			A	C		X	CAS.  Not 310 because the problem isn't focusing on the application (circles); instead, code as context
4	502	306		A	C			CAS
5	502			A	C		X	CAS
QY								
	117	502		K				
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1	503			K			X	Not 312 (captured in context code)
2	503			K			X	Not 312 (captured in context code)
3a	507			A				Not 305 (problem doesn't say "in the formula for area of a rectangle . . ."
3b	502			K				Not 305 (problem doesn't say "in the formula for area of a rectangle . . ."
3c	503			K				Not 305 (problem doesn't say "in the formula for area of a rectangle . . ."
4	504			A				
5	507			A				
6	504			A				
7	507			A				Not 309
8	504			A				
9	507			A				Not 306
Applying the Mathematics								
10a	507			A			X	
10b	503			K			X	
11	507	117		A				
12a	507			A				1503
12b	510			A	C			1503
12c	510			A				1503
13a	504	310		A				
13b	310			A				A2
13c	310			K	C	M		Manipulatives = circular objects
14a	507	307		A				
14b	503	307		K	C			
15	510			A	C			1503  510 because of focus on parallel lines
Review								
16	507			A				
17	508			A				
18	507			A				
19a	510			A				
19b	510			A				
20	217	504		A	C		X	
21a	507	305		A				
21b	507	305		A				
22	507	511		A				
23	507	511		A				
Exploration								
24	502	507		A			X	Ask a friend/relative for a formula used in his/her job
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 4-8, pp. 227-233								
Date:  8-21-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	508			K			X	
b	508			K			X	
QY1								
	1401			K			X	
QY2								
	508			A			X	
Guided Example 4								
	508			K				
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1	508			K				Considered including code 1401 in all of these problems
02/05/09	508	114		K				
6	508	312		A			X	
7	508	114		A			X	
8a	508			A			X	
8b	508	114		A			X	
9a	508			A			X	
9b	508	114		A			X	
10	508	114		A				
11	508	114		A				
12	508	114		A				
13	508	114		A				
Applying the Mathematics								
14	508			A			X	
15	114			A				
16	114			A				
17	510	508		A				1503
18	510	508		A				1503
Review								
19a	504			K			X	
19b	503	314		K			X	
20	508			A				
21	507			A				
22	508	114		A				
23	403			A	C		X	
24a	501			K				
24b	501			K				
24c	501			K				
Exploration								
25a	1401			A			X	
25b	1401			A			X	
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 4-9, pp. 234-239								
Date:  8-25-09								
								
NARRATIVE		SHOULD BE CODED AS CALCULATOR THROUGHOUT WHENEVER GRAPHICAL (FCN) APPROACH IS USED!!						
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	608			K				Not 612 because a>0 & therefore doesn't affect the answer.
b	608			K				Not 612 because a>0 & therefore doesn't affect the answer.
c	608			K				Not 612 because a>0 & therefore doesn't affect the answer.
QY1								
a	501			K				
b	501			K				
c	501			K				
Guided Example 1								
Soln1	501	510		K				1512, 1503
Soln2	501	507		K				
QY2								
	501	508		K				
Guided Example 2								
Soln1	501	604		K				
Soln2	501	510	604	A				1512, 1503
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1	501			K			X	
2a	501			K				
2b	501			K				
2c	501			K				
2d	501			K				
3	501			K				
4	501			K				
5	501			K				
6	501			K				
7a	501	510		A				1512
7b	501	510	604	A				1512
7c	501	510	604	A				1512
8	501			K				
9	501	510	508	K				1512
10	501			K				
11	501	504	510	A				1512, 1503  2 solution methods
12	501	504	510	A				1512, 1503  2 solution methods
13	501	510	604	A				1512  2 solution methods
14	501	510	604	A				1512  2 solution methods
15	501	510	604	A				1512  2 solution methods
16	501	510	604	A				1512  2 solution methods
17a	501			A				1512
17b	501			A				1512
17c	501			A				1512
17d	501	604		A				1512
Applying the Mathematics								
18a	501	510		A				1512, 1503
18b	501	510		A				1512, 1503
18c	501	510		A				1512, 1503
19a	501	508		A			X	
19b	501	508		A			X	
20a	508			A			X	
20b	501	508		A			X	
21	501	508		A				
22	501	510	604	A				1512
Review								
23a	508			K			X	
23b	508			A			X	
24	508	114		A				
25	508	114		A				
26	510			A				
27	510			K				
28	508			A	C		X	
Exploration								
29a	501	510	508	A				1512, 1503
29b	501	510	508	A				1512, 1503
30	501	508		R	C			1512  CogBeh R because of 2nd soln method, coded as 501 (no calculator).
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Chapter 4 Self-Test, pp. 243-244								
Date:  8-25-09								
								
SELF TEST								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
1	403			A	C		X	
2	507			K				
3	507			K				
4	507			A				
5	507			A				
6	507			A				
7	508			A				
8	508			A	C			
9	501			A				
10	507			A				
11a	510			K				1503
11b	510	508		A				1503
12a	510			A	C		X	1503  No 403 - this is caught in the context code.
12b	510	508		A			X	1503
12c	510			A			X	1503  Requires interpolation-type thinking
13	501	510	508	A	C			1512, 1503
14	510			A				
15	507			A				
16	510			A	C			1503
17a	1002			K			X	
17b	1002			A			X	
17c	NMA						X	
18a	507			A			X	
18b	503			A			X	
18c	503			A			X	
19a	502			A			X	
19b	502			A			X	
19c	508			A	C		X	
20	504	217		A	C			
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Chapter 4 Review, pp. 245-249								
Date:  8-25-09								
								
SKILLS								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Objective A								
1	507			A				
2	507			A				
3	507			A				
4	507			A				
5	507			A				
6	507			A				
7	507			A				
8	507			A				
Objective B								
9	508			A				
10	508			A				
11	508	114		A				
12	508	114		A				
13	508	114		A				
14	508	114		A				
15	508	114		A				
16	508	114		A				
Objective C								
17	507			A				
18	507			A				
19	507			A				
20	507			A				
21	507			A				
22	507			A				
PROPERTIES								
Item #								
Objective D								
23	403			A	C		X	
24	217			A			X	
25	504	217		A	C			
26	504	217		A	C			
27	504	217		A	C			
28	504	217		A	C			
Objective E								
29	501	510		A	C			1512, 1503  2 solution methods
30	501	510		A	C			1512, 1503  2 solution methods
31	501	510		A	C			1512, 1503  2 solution methods
32	501	508	114	A				
33	501	508	114	A			X	
34	501	508	114	A			X	
Objective F								
35a	507			A				
35b	507			A				
35c	507			K				
36a	508			A				
36b	508			A				
36c	508			K				
37a	612	507		K				
37b	612	507		K				
37c	612	507		K				
37d	612	507		K				
37e	612	507		K				
38a	612	508		K				
38b	612	508		K				
38c	612	508		K				
39a	507			A				
39b	507			A				
Objective G								
40	612	507	510	A				1503  510 because can solve graphically to obtain parallel lines
41	504			A				
42	504			A				
43	508			A				
USES								
Item #								
Objective H								
44a	502			A			X	
44b	510			A			X	
45a	502	503		A			X	
45b	502	503		A			X	
45c	602			K			X	Computation done in part (b)
46a	508			A			X	
46b	508			A			X	
47	508			A			X	
Objective I								
48a	510			A	C		X	1503  System of linear functions
48b	510			A	C		X	1503  System of linear functions
48c	510	508		A			X	1503  System of linear functions
48d	510	508		A			X	1503  System of linear functions
49a	907			A			X	Dot plot (909) requested but scatterplot shown (907).
49b	1001	510		A			X	1503
49c	1002			K			X	
49d	1002			K			X	
50a	510	403		A	C		X	1503
50b	510	403		A			X	1503
Objective J								
51	504	217		A	C		X	
52	217			A	C		X	
53	504	403		A	C		X	
REPRESENTATIONS								
Item #								
Objective K								
54	510			A				
55	510			A				
56	510			K				
57	510			A				Same as Lesson 4-2 #12
58	510			A				
Objective L								
59a	510			A			X	1503
59b	510			A			X	1503
59c	510			A			X	1503  CogBeh A because have to know what to look for on graph
60a	510			A				1503  System of linear functions
60b	510			A				1503  System of linear functions
61	508			A				1503
62	510			A			X	1503  System of linear functions
Objective M								
63a	502			A			X	
63b	502			A			X	
63c	510			A			X	1503  System of linear functions
63d	510			A			X	
64	510	508		A				1503  System of linear functions; not 603 because not looking at regions
65	510			A				1503  System of linear functions
66	510	508		A				1503  System of linear functions; not 603 because not looking at regions
Objective N								
67a	114			A			X	
67b	508			A			X	
68a	501	510		K				1512, 1503
68b	501	510	604	K				1512, 1503
68c	501	510	604	K				1512, 1503
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 5-1, pp. 252-257								
Date:  8-26-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	214			K				
b	214			K				
c	214			K				
QY1								
	515			K				
Activity								
1	515			K	C			CAS
2	515			K	C			CAS
3	515			K	C			CAS
4	515			K	C			CAS
5	515			K	C			CAS
6	515			K	C			CAS
QY2								
	515			K				
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1	612			K				
2a	502	306		A				
2b	502	306		A				
3	511			K				
4	515			K				
5	511			K				
6	511			K				
7	511			K				
8	205			K				
9	515			K				
10	515			K				
11	515			K				
12	515			K				
13	515			K				
14	511			K				
15a	306			A				
15b	306			A				
16a	515			K				
16b	515			K				
16c	515			A				
17a	502	306		A			X	
17b	503	306		A			X	
Applying the Mathematics								
18a	511			K				
18b	515			K				
18c	515			K				
18d	515			K				
19	515			K				
20	515			K				
21	515			K				
22	515			K				
23	515			A				
24	205			K				
25a	511	306		A			X	
25b	503			K			X	
25c	502	306		A			X	
Review								
26	504	217		A				
27	507			A				
28a	103			K				
28b	208			K				
28c	208			K				
29	306			A			X	
30a	208			K				
30b	207			K				
30c	212			K	C			
Exploration								
31a	207			K				
31b	108			A				
31c	506			A				
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 5-2, pp. 258-262								
Date:  8-26-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	707			K				
b	707			K				
Guided Example 2								
	515			K				
QY								
	208	212		K	C			
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1	208	214		K	C			
2	612			K				
3a	515	211		K				
3b	515	117		K				
4a	515	208		K				
4b	515	117		K				
5	208			K				
6	515			K				
7	515			K				
8	515			K				
9	515			K				
10	515			K				
11	208			K				
Applying the Mathematics								
12	504	117		A				
13	504	306		A				
14	208			K			X	
15a	208			A			X	
15b	208			K			X	
16	515			A			X	
17	515			K				
18	515			K				
19	515			K				
20ai	503			K				
20aii	503			K				
20aiii	503	208		K				
20b	119			K				
20c	612			K				
Review								
21	511			K				
22a	510			A			X	1503  System of linear functions
22b	510			A			X	1503
22c	510			A			X	1503
22d	510			A			X	1503
23a	507			A	C			
23b	502	403		A			X	
24a	502			A			X	1501  Have to conduct research to obtain answer
24b	508			A			X	
24c	114			A			X	
25a	502			A				
25b	507			A				
26	310			K	C			
Exploration								
27	704			R				
Rater:  Mary Ann								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 5-3, pp. 263-268								
Date:  8-26-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	511			K				
b	511			K				
c	511			K				
QY1								
	314			K			X	
Guided Example 3								
a	515			K				
b	515			K				
QY2								
a	515			K				
b	515			K				
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1	314			K			X	
2	314			A			X	
3	314	515		A			X	
4	314			A	C		X	
5	314			K	C		X	
6a	502	1001		K			X	
6b	317			K			X	
7a	314			A			X	
7b	314			A			X	
8	516			K				
9a	515			K				
9b	515			K				
10a	515			K				
10b	515			K				
11a	516			K				
11b	516			K				
Applying the Mathematics								
12a	403			K	C		X	
12b	403			K	C		X	
12c	403	515		K			X	
13	515			A				1506
14a	314			A			X	
14b	317			A			X	
14c	303			A			X	
15a	314			K			X	
15b	314			K	C		X	
16	303	515		K			X	
17a	403			A			X	
17b	303			A			X	
17c	502			A			X	
Review								
18	515			K				
19	515			K				
20a	511			K				
20b	511			K				
21	502			A			X	
22	208			K				
23	208			K				
24	515			K				
25	515			K				
26a	305			K				
26b	502	306		A				
26c	511			K				
27a	508			A				
27b	508			A				
27c	508			A				
27d	508			A				
28a	312	303		A				
28b	312			A				
Exploration								
29	314			A			X	Research required (e.g., Internet, almanac)
Rater:  Mary Ann								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 5-4, pp. 269-273								
Date:  8-26-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	503			A				
b	503			A				
c	503			A				
Guided Example 2								
	303			K			X	
QY								
a	502	303		A			X	
b	502	303		A			X	
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1a	314	303		A			X	
1b	502	314	303	A			X	
2a	502	314		A			X	
2b	502	314		A			X	
3	314	303		A			X	
4a	314			A			X	
4b	317			K	C		X	
4c	314			A			X	
5a	314			A			X	
5b	317			K			X	
5c	314			A			X	
6	303			K			X	
7	303			K			X	
8	303			A	C		X	
9	303			A	C		X	
Applying the Mathematics								
10a	303			A	C		X	Not 314 because not answering a question about rates
10b	314			A	C		X	Using your understanding of rates to answer the question
11	314	303		A			X	
12	314	303		A			X	
13a	502	314		A			X	
13b	314	515		A			X	
14	502	303		A			X	
15a	314			A			X	
15b	303			A	C		X	
16a	314	303		A	C		X	
16b	303			A	C		X	
16c	502	314	303	A	C		X	
16d	502	314	303	A	C		X	
Review								
17	314	1001		A	C		X	
18	515			K				
19	306			A			X	
20	507			A				
21	503			K			X	
22	503			K			X	
23	507	510		A	C			1503  2 solution methods; SYSTEMS OF EQNS not coded 602 b/c concept not yet introduced formally (same issue as functions vs equations)
24	504	510		A	C			1503  2 solution methods
25	507	510		A	C			1503  2 solution methods
26	508			A				
Exploration								
27a	314	303		A			X	
27b	314	303	502	R			X	
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 5-5, pp. 274-279								
Date:  8-28-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	505			K				1503
b	505			K				
c	505			K				
Activity								
1	210	301		A			X	
2	210	301		A			X	
3	210	301		A			X	
4	210	301		A			X	
QY								
	210	507		A			X	2 soln methods
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1a	210			K			X	
1b	212			K			X	
2a	403			A	C		X	
2b	403			A	C		X	
3	210	507		A			X	2 soln methods
4	210	507		A			X	2 soln methods
5a	210			A	C		X	
5b	515			A			X	
5c	515	508		A	C		X	
Applying the Mathematics								
6	507	210		A			X	
7	210	507		A			X	
8a	310			K				
8b	107	310		K				
8c	107	310		K				
9a	210	507		A			X	2 soln methods
9b	210	507		A			X	
10	210	507	710	A				
Review								
11	314			A	C		X	
12	515			K				
13a	205			K				
13b	205			K				
13c	205	208		K				
13d	205	208		K				
14a	511			K				
14b	511			K				
14c	511			K				
14d	511			K				
15	508	306	303	A	C			
16	309			A				
Exploration								
17a	1301			K	C			
17b	1303	1602		K	C			
17c	1303			K	C			
17d	1303			K	C			
17e	1303	210		A	C			
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 5-6, pp. 280-288								
Date:  8-28-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	312			K			X	
b	214			K			X	
c	312			K			X	
QY1								
	1101			K			X	
QY2								
	1101			K			X	
QY3								
	1101			A			X	
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1	1101			K				
2a	103			K			X	
2b	1104			K	C		X	Relative frequency coded as 1104 (empirical probability)
2c	1104			K			X	
2d	1101			K			X	
2e	1104			K			X	
3a	1101			K			X	
3b	1101			K			X	
4a	1105			K			X	
4b	1101			K			X	
4c	1101			A			X	
4d	1101			A			X	
4e	1101			K			X	
5a	1101			K			X	
5b	1101			K			X	
5c	1101			K			X	
6a	114			K			X	
6b	114			K			X	
7a	1101			A			X	
7b	1103			A			X	
7c	1103			A			X	
7d	1103			K			X	
8	1101			A			X	
9a	1101			A				
9b	1101			K				
10	1101			K				
11	1101			K			X	
12	1101			K			X	
Applying the Mathematics								
13a	1101			K			X	
13b	1101			K			X	
13c	1102			K			X	
14a	1101			K			X	
14b	1102			K			X	
14c	1102			A			X	
15	1103			K			X	
16a	1101			K			X	
16b	1103			A			X	
16c	1103			A			X	
17a	1101			K			X	
17b	1101			K			X	
17c	1101			K			X	
18a	1103			A			X	
18b	1103			A			X	
18c	1103			A			X	
18d	1103			A			X	
19	1101			K			X	
Review								
20a	515			A			X	
20b	515			A			X	
21a	314			K	C		X	
21b	317	314		K			X	
22a	502	403		A			X	
22b	502	403		A			X	
22c	502	403		A			X	Question is ill-posed
23	507			A				
24	507			A				
25	119			K				Same as Lesson 2-1 #3
26a	310			A				
26b	310			A				
26c	310			A				
Exploration								
27a	1104			K			X	
27b	1104			A	C		X	
27c	1104			A			X	
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 5-7, pp. 289-295								
Date:  8-28-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	510			K				1503
b	510			K				1503
c	510			K				1503
Guided Example 1								
a	1104			K			X	
b	1104			K			X	
c	1104			K			X	
d	1104			K	C		X	
QY								
	1004			K			X	
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1	1104			K				
2	1104			K				
3	1101			K				
4	1101			K				
5a	1101			K			X	
5b	102			K			X	
5c	1104			A			X	
5d	1104			A			X	
6a	1104			A			X	
6b	1104			A			X	
7	1004			K			X	
8	1004			A			X	
9	1004			A			X	
Applying the Mathematics								
10	1004			A			X	
11	1004			A			X	
12	1104			A	C		X	
13	1104			K				
14	1104			A			X	
15	1103			A	C		X	
16	1103			A	C		X	
Review								
17a	1101			A			X	
17b	1101			A			X	
17c	1101			A			X	
18a	1104			A			X	
18b	1104			A			X	
19	210	504		A	C		X	
20a	208			K				
20b	314			K	C		X	
20c	515			K				
21	501	510		A	C			1512, 1503
Exploration								
22a	1013	1101		A				
22b	1013			K		M		
22c	1104			A			X	Prelude to Central Limit Theorem (Law of Large Numbers)
22d	1104			A			X	Prelude to Central Limit Theorem (Law of Large Numbers)
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 5-8, pp. 296-300								
Date:  8-30-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	201			K				
b	218			K				
c	502	508		K				
d	501	508		K				
QY1								
	1101	310		A	C		X	
QY2								
	1101	305		A			X	
Activity								
	1101	310		A			X	
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1a	310			K			X	
1b	306			K			X	
1c	1101	310	306	A	C		X	
1d	1101	310	306	A	C		X	
2	1101	310		A			X	
3a	1101	310		A			X	
3b	1101	310		A			X	
3c	1101	310		A			X	
4	1101	305		A	C		X	
5	1101	305		A	C		X	
6	1101	310		A			X	
7	1101	310		A			X	
8	1101	310		A			X	
Applying the Mathematics								
9a	1101	306		A	C		X	
9b	1101	306		A	C		X	
10	1101	306	502	A			X	502 to capture the algebra (use of variables)
11	1101	310		A			X	
12	1101	310		A			X	
13	1101	310	306	A			X	
Review								
14a	1101			A			X	
14b	1104			K			X	
15	210	507		A			X	
16	510			A				
17a	502			K				
17b	612			K				
18	205			K				
19	205			K				
20	205			K				
Exploration								
21a	210	310	306	A	C			
21b	210	310	306	A	C			
21c	210	310	306	R	C			
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 5-9, pp. 301-307								
Date:  8-30-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	205			K				
b	205			K				
c	205			K				
Activity								
Step1	NMA					M	X	Beans, popcorn, pennies
Step2	NMA					M	X	Beans, popcorn, pennies
Step3	1105			K		M	X	Beans, popcorn, pennies
Step4	210	507		A	C	M	X	Beans, popcorn, pennies
Step5	1105	210	507	A	C	M	X	Beans, popcorn, pennies
Step6	1105	210		A		M	X	Beans, popcorn, pennies
QY								
a	314	507	317	A			X	
b	314	507		A	C		X	
c	314			A			X	"Almost" NMA, but RATE decreases due to fatigue therefore coded as 314
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1	210	507		A				
2	210	507		A				
3	107			K				
4a	507			A				
4b	503			K				Considered 205
5a	507	515		A				
5b	503			K				Considered 205
6a	210	507		A			X	
6b	210	507		A			X	
7a	1107			A	C		X	
7b	1107	103		A	C		X	2 solution methods
8	1105	210	507	A			X	
9	1105	210	507	A			X	
10	210	507		A				
11	507			A				
12	515			A				
Applying the Mathematics								
13	507			A				
14	507			A				
15	504			A				
16	314	507		A			X	
17	314	507		A			X	
18	314	507		A			X	
19a	314			A			X	
19b	314			K			X	114 is what need to do to solve the problem, but entire problem is about rates
20	210	507		A			X	
21	314	507		A	C		X	
Review								
22	1101	306	310	A	C		X	
23a	1101			K			X	
23b	1101			K			X	
23c	1101			K			X	
24a	210	502		K				
24b	306			K				
24c	210	306		K				
25a	507	711		A				
25b	503	711		K				
26a	208			K				
26b	515			K				
26c	515			K				
27a	103			K	C		X	
27b	502	511		R			X	CogBeh R because of comment in LH column on p. 306
Exploration								
28	210	507	301	A	C		X	
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 5-10, pp. 308-314								
Date:  8-30-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
	210			K			X	
Activity								
Step1	301			K			X	
Step2	210			K	C		X	
Step3	301			K			X	
Step4	210	507		A	C		X	
Guided Example 2								
	705	507		K	C			Throughout the lesson assume 705 subsumes 210
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1	705			K				
2	705	507		K	C		X	
3a	705			K				No 707 because sts don't need to draw triangle
3b	705			K				
3c	705			K				
4	705			K				
5a	705	507		A				
5b	705	507		A				
6a	705	507		A				
6b	705			K				
7a	301			K			X	
7b	705			A			X	
7c	301			K			X	
7d	705	507		A			X	
8	705	507		A			X	
Applying the Mathematics								
9	705			K			X	
10	705	507	301	A	C		X	
11a	705	507		A				
11b	305			A				
12a	705			A				
12b	705	504		A				
13a	707			A			X	707 because sts are drawing the triangles
13b	705			A			X	
13c	705	507		A			X	
14a	705	301		A			X	
14b	705			A			X	
14c	705	507		A	C		X	
Review								
15	507			A				
16	507			A				
17	210			A			X	
18	210			A			X	(14/24)*6
19	210	507		A	C		X	
20	210	507		A	C		X	
21a	1105			A			X	
21b	1101			A			X	
21c	1105			A			X	
22a	510			A				1503  System of linear functions
22b	510			K				1503
23	507			A	C		X	
24	217			A	C		X	
Exploration								
25	705	507	301	A	C		X	
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Chapter 5 Self-Test, pp. 318-319								
Date:  8-31-09								
								
SELF TEST								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
1	515			K				
2	515			K				
3	515			K				
4	515			K				
5	504			A				
6	507			A				
7	507			A				
8a	210			A				
8b	504			A				
9	314			A			X	
10	1104			A	C		X	
11	314	303		A	C		X	
12	705	507		A				
13	1101	310		A			X	
14	403			A	C		X	
15a	314			A	C		X	
15b	317			K	C		X	Units impt here, not taking the reciprocal
16	1104			A			X	
17	1104			A			X	
18	1104			A			X	
19	515			K				Lesson 5-3 #9b, 10b, 11b
20	107	502		A			X	
21	210	507		A			X	
22	1101	306	310	A	C			
23	705	507		A			X	Lesson 5-10 #13
24	1004	210	507	A			X	
Rater:  Mary Ann								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Chapter 5 Review, pp. 320-323								
Date:  8-31-09								
								
SKILLS								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Objective A								
1	511			K				
2	515			K				
3	515			K				
4	515			K				
5	515			K				
6	515			K				
Objective B								
7	511			K				
8	515			K				
9	515			K				
10	515			K				
11	515			K				
12	515			K				
Objective C								
13	507			A				
14	515	507		A				
15	507			A				
16	515	507		A				
17	210	507		A				
PROPERTIES								
Item #								
Objective D								
18a	210			K				
18b	210			K				
19	210	502		K				
20	210	502		K				
21	210	502		A				
USES								
Item #								
Objective E								
22a	314			K			X	
22b	314			K			X	
23a	403			K	C		X	
23b	403			K	C		X	
23c	403			K			X	
24	314			A			X	
25	314	508		A			X	
26	314			A	C		X	
27	314			A			X	
Objective F								
28	303			A	C		X	
29a	303			A	C		X	
29b	303			A	C		X	
30	403			A	C		X	
31a	314	502		A			X	
31b	314	515		A			X	
32	314			A			X	
Objective G								
33	210			K				
34	210			A			X	
35	210			A			X	
36a	403			A	C		X	
36b	403			A	C		X	
37	210	507		A			X	
38	314			A	C		X	
39	314	508		A	C		X	
Objective H								
40	1101			K				
41	1101			K			X	
42	1101			K			X	
43	1104			K			X	
44a	1101			K				
44b	1101			K				
Objective I								
45	1101	306		A				
46	1101	305		A			X	
47a	1101	310	306	A			X	
47b	1101	310	306	A			X	
Objective J								
48	210	507		A			X	
49	210	507		A			X	
50	210	507		A	C		X	
51	210	507	1105	A			X	
Objective K								
52	1001			A			X	
53	1004			A			X	
54	1004			A			X	
55a	1004			K			X	
55b	1004			K			X	
55c	1004			K			X	
REPRESENTATIONS								
Item #								
Objective L								
56	705			A			X	
57a	705			A				
57b	507			A				
57c	507			A				
58a	707			A			X	
58b	705			A			X	
59	705			A				
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 6-1, pp. 326-332								
Date:  9-9-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	103			K			X	
b	103			K			X	
c	103	305		K			X	
QY								
a	510			A	C		X	
b	510			A			X	
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1	314			K			X	
2a	905			A			X	
2b	510			K			X	The word "steeper" means you're dealing with a rate
2c	510			K			X	
2d	510			A			X	
2e	510			K			X	
2f	510			K	C		X	
3a	510			K			X	
3b	510			K			X	
3c	510			K			X	
3d	510	1605		A			X	
4	510			K			X	
5	510			K			X	Tempted to code 505, but problem really is about rate of change
6	510			K			X	
7	510			K			X	
8	505			A			X	
9	503	510		K			X	
Applying the Mathematics								
10	510			K				
11a	510			K			X	
11b	510			K			X	
12a	510			A	C		X	
12b	510			K	C		X	
13	510			A			X	
14	510			K			X	
Review								
15	314			A			X	
16a	510			A				
16b	602			K				
17	502			A			X	
18a	503	504		A				
18b	503	507		A				
18c	503	504		A				
18d	503	507		A				
Exploration								
19a	510			A	Co		X	Collect data (population of your town)
19b	510			K	Co		X	
19c	510			A	Co		X	
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 6-2, pp. 333-340								
Date:  9-9-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	511			K				
b	511			K				
c	515			K				
QY								
	510			K			X	
Guided Example 3								
a	510			K				
b	510			K				
HOMEWORK								
Item #								
Covering the Ideas								
1	510			K				
2	510			K				
3a	510			A			X	
3b	510			K			X	
3c	510			A			X	
4a	510			A				
4b	510			K				
5	510			K				
6	510			K				
7a	510			K				
7b	510			K				
7c	510			K				
8	510			K				
9	510			K				
10a	510	503		K				
10b	510			K				
10c	510			A				
11a	510	503		K				
11b	510			K				
11c	510			A				
12a	510			K			X	
12b	510			A			X	
13a	510			K			X	
13b	510			A			X	
Applying the Mathematics								
14a	510			A			X	
14b	510			K			X	
14c	510			A			X	
15a	317			K			X	
15b	314			A			X	
16	510			K				
17	510			A				
18a	510			K				
18b	510			K				
19a	510			K				
19b	510			A				CogBeh A because sts need to figure out what needs to be done to answer the question
19c	510			K				
Review								
20	314			A			X	
21	508			A				
22a	217			K				
22b	217			K				
23	511			A				
24	503			A				Always-Sometimes-Never question
Exploration								
25	510			A	C		X	Sts need to find record of their heights
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 6-3, pp. 341-347								
Date:  9-13-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	1002			K				
b	1001			K				
c	1001			K				
QY1								
	510			K				
QY2								
	510			K				
HOMEWORK								
Item #								
Covering the Ideas								
1a	510			K			X	
1b	510			K			X	
1c	510			K			X	
2	510			K			X	
3	510			K			X	
4	510			K				
5	510			K				
6	510			K				
7a	510			A				
7b	510			K				
7c	510			K				
8a	510			A				
8b	510			K				
8c	510			K				
9	510			K				
10	510			K				
11	510			A				
12	510			A				
13	510			A			X	
Applying the Mathematics								
14	510			A				
15	510			A				
16	510			R				This requires complex reasoning, although it is not an unfamiliar type of problem
17	510			A			X	
18	510			A			X	
19a	510			K				
19b	510			K				
19c	510			A				
19d	510			K				
19e	510			K				
20	510			A			X	
Review								
21	510	504		A				In Lesson 6-2, this was done by finding 2 pts (letting x=0 & solving for y, letting y=0 & solving for x, each of which is a 504), then using the formula for slope
22a	502			A			X	
22b	510			A			X	
22c	510			K			X	
23a	510			A			X	
23b	510			A			X	
24a	510			A			X	
24b	510			A			X	
25	503	504		A				Considered 503
26	507	305		A				
Exploration								
27	510			A	Co		X	Use Internet to research grades of steep streets
28	510	210	507	A	C		X	
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 6-4, pp. 348-355								
Date:  9-13-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	303			K				
b	303			K				
c	303			K				
Activity								
1	1603			K	Co			
2	510			A	Co			
3	510			K	Co			
4	510			K	Co			
5	510			K	Co			
5a	510			K	Co			
5b	510			K	Co			
5c	510			K	Co			
7	510			K	Co			
8	510			K	Co			
9	510			K	Co			
9a	510			K	Co			
9b	510			K	Co			
9c	510			K	Co			
10a	510			A	Co			
10b	510			A	Co			
10c	510			A	Co			
10d	510			A	Co			
QY1								
a	510			K				
b	510			K				
QY2								
	510			K				
QY3								
a	510			K				Direct Variation
b	510			K				Direct Variation
c	510			K				Direct Variation
HOMEWORK								
Item #								
Covering the Ideas								
1	510			K				
2a	502	510		A			X	
2b	510			K			X	
3a	510			K				
3b	510			K				
3c	510			A				
4a	510			K				
4b	510			K				
4c	510			A				
5a	510			K				
5b	510			K				
5c	510			K				
6a	510			K				
6b	510			K				
6c	510			K				
7a	502	510		A			X	
7b	510			A			X	
7c	510			K			X	
7d	503			A			X	Sts will likely plug in vs extend their graph, but either way, they need to figure out what to do
8a	510			A				
8b	510			K				Direct Variation
9	510			K				
10	510			K				
11	510			A				
Applying the Mathematics								
12	510			A				Calculator screen shots
13-15	510			A			X	Just matching, but reasoning is required
16a	510			A				
16b	510			A				
17a	510			A				
17b	505	706		A				
17c	510			A				
17d	510			A				
18	510			A				
Review								
19	510			A	C		X	
20	510			K				
21	515			A				
22	507			A				
23	507			A				
24	510	306		A				
Exploration								
25a	510			K				
25b	510			R	C			
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 6-5, pp. 356-360								
Date:  9-13-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	207			K				
b	207			K				
c	207			K				
Guided Example 2								
	510			K				
HOMEWORK								
Item #								
Covering the Ideas								
1a	510			A			X	
1b	503			A	C		X	
1c	503			A	C		X	
2	510			K				
3	510			K				
4	510			K				
5	510			K				
6	510			K				
7	510			K				
8	510			K				
9	510			K				
Applying the Mathematics								
10	510			A			X	
11a	510			A			X	
11b	503			A			X	Need to convert years to months
12a	510			K				
12b	510			K				
13a	510			K			X	
13b	510			K			X	
13c	503			K			X	
14	506	510		A			X	
15	510	706		A				
16a	510			A			X	
16b	510			K			X	
17a	510			A			X	
17b	510			K			X	
Review								
18	510			K				
19	510			A				
20	510			A				
21	510			A			X	
22a	510			K				
22b	510			K				
23a	208			K				
23b	511			K				
23c	515			K				
24a	502			A			X	
24b	502			A			X	
24c	508	602		A	C		X	
Exploration								
25a	510			A	C		X	Use Internet to research population of state where you live
25b	510			A	C		X	
25c	503			A	C		X	
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 6-6, pp. 361-367								
Date:  9-13-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	309			K			X	
b	309			K			X	
c	309			K			X	
d	309	502		K			X	
QY								
	503			K			X	
Guided Example 3								
a	510			K			X	
b	510			K			X	
c	510			K			X	
d	510			K			X	
e	507			K			X	
HOMEWORK								
Item #								
Covering the Ideas								
1a	510			K			X	
1b	503			A	C		X	
2	510			A	C		X	
3	510			K				
4	510			K				
5	510			K				
Applying the Mathematics								
6a	510			A			X	
6b	510			A			X	
6c	510			A			X	
6d	507			A			X	
7	510			K				Calculator screen shot
8	510			A				
9a	510			A			X	
9b	507			A			X	
9c	510			A			X	
10a	510			K			X	
10b	510			A			X	
10c	503			A			X	
11a	510			A			X	
11b	510			K	C		X	
11c	510			A			X	
11d	510			A			X	
11e	507			A	C		X	
12a	510			A			X	
12b	503			K			X	
12c	507			A			X	
Review								
13a	510			A			X	Considered 502 but decided 510 b/c problem is from Ch. 6 (slopes & lines)
13b	510			A			X	
14	510			K				
15	510			A				
16	510	507		A				
17a	314			K			X	
17b	314			A	C		X	
18	515			K				
19a	502			A				
19b	507	305		A				
19c	306			K				
20	511			K				
21	511			K				
22	511			K				
Exploration								
23a	314			K			X	Research rate for taxi rides in community or nearby place
23b	510			A			X	
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 6-7, pp. 368-373								
Date:  9-13-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	303			K			X	
b	303			K			X	
c	303			K			X	
Activity 1								
Step 1	1003	907		A			X	
Step 2	505			K			X	
Step 3	510			A			X	
Activity 2								
Step 1	1602			K	C		X	
Step 2	1003			K	C		X	
Step 3	510	316		K	C		X	
Guided Example								
	1002			K	C		X	
HOMEWORK								
Item #								
Covering the Ideas								
1a	1003			K				
1b	1003			K				
2a	907			A			X	
2b	1003	510		A			X	510 because sts have to generate the eqn for their eyeball line
2c	510			A	C		X	
2d	1002			A	C		X	
2e	510			A	C		X	
3a	907			A			X	
3b	1003			A	C		X	
3c	510			A	C		X	
3d	1002			A	C		X	
3e	510			A	C		X	
4	1003	1002		K				
Applying the Mathematics								
5a	907			A			X	
5b	1003			A	C		X	
5c	510	1002		A	C		X	
5d	510	1002		A	C		X	
5e	1003			A			X	
6	1003	510		A	C		X	
7a	907			A			X	
7b	1003			A	C		X	
7c	510			A			X	
7d	510	1002		A	C		X	
7e	510			A	C		X	
7f	510			A	C		X	
8	1003			K				
9	1003			K				
10	1003			K				
11	1003			K				
Review								
12	510			A				
13a	510			K				
13b	503			K				
14a	510	507		A				
14b	510			A				
15	510			K				
16	510			K				
17a	510			A				
17b	510			K				
18	210	507		A			X	
19	210			K			X	
20a	507			A				
20b	507	515		A				
21a	504			K				Lesson 2-8 #13-15
21b	504			A				Lesson 2-8 #13-15
21c	504			A				Lesson 2-8 #13-15
22	502			A			X	
Exploration								
23	1003			K			X	Research origins of method of least squares (Gauss)
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 6-8, pp. 374-380								
Date:  9-13-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	314			K			X	
b	314			K			X	
c	314			K			X	
QY1								
	503			K			X	
QY2								
	510			A			X	
Activity								
1	510			K				
2	510			K				
3	510			K				
4	510			K				
5	510			K				
HOMEWORK								
Item #								
Covering the Ideas								
1	510			K				
2a	510			A			X	Considered 502 but decided 510 b/c problem is from Ch. 6 (slopes & lines)
2b	510			A			X	
2c	507			A			X	
2d	505			K			X	
2e	507			A			X	
3	510			K				
4	510			K				
5a	503			A				
5b	510			A				
6a	503			A				
6b	510			A				
Applying the Mathematics								
7a	103			A			X	Solve by trial-and-error
7b	510			A			X	
7c	510			A			X	
7d	510			A			X	
7e	510			A			X	
8a	510			K				
8b	510			K				
9a	510			K				
9b	510			K				
10a	510			K				
10b	510			K				
11	510			A				I'd have also included 507 except for annotation that appears for 510 (I.e., 510 includes changing btw different forms)
12	510			A				
13a	216			A			X	I don't like 216 (problem seems to not represent this code well)
13b	510			A			X	
13c	510			A			X	
14a	510			A				This is a "hard A" because eqn is given abstractly
14b	510			A				This is a "hard A" because eqn is given abstractly
Review								
15a	1003			A			X	
15b	510			A	C		X	
15c	510			A	C		X	
16	510			K				
17a	510			A			X	Considered 502 but decided 510 b/c problem is from Ch. 6 (slopes & lines)
17b	510			K			X	
17c	507			A			X	
18a	510			A			X	
18b	510			A			X	
19	1101			K				
20	508			K				
21	508			K				
Exploration								
22	510			R				
23a	510			A	C			
23b	510			A				
23c	510			A	C			
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 6-9, pp. 381-386								
Date:  9-13-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	613			A				Not 506 because notation is more complicated
b	613			A				Not 506 because notation is more complicated
c	613			A				Not 506 because notation is more complicated
QY								
	505			K			X	
HOMEWORK								
Item #								
Covering the Ideas								
1a	114			A				
1b	508			A				
2a	114			A				
2b	508			A				
3	508			A				
4	508			A				
5a	505			K				
5b	505			K				
6	508			K				
7	508			A				
8	508			A				
9	508			A				
10	508			A				
11	508			A			X	
Applying the Mathematics								
12	508			A			X	
13a	508	505		A			X	
13b	508			A			X	
13c	505			A			X	Answer backwards?
14a	508			A			X	
14b	508			K			X	
14c	508			A			X	
15	508	603		A				
16a	510			A				
16b	508			A				
Review								
17a	510			A			X	Considered 502 but decided 510 b/c problem is from Ch. 6 (slopes & lines)
17b	504			A			X	
17c	507			A			X	
18a	510			K				
18b	510			K				
19a	502			A			X	502 (not 510) because problem is from Lesson 3-4
19b	503			A			X	
19c	504			A	C		X	
20a	110			K				
20b	110			K				
20c	110			K				
21a	110			K				
21b	110			K				
21c	110			K				
Exploration								
22	501	508		R				
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Chapter 6 Self-Test, pp. 390-391								
Date:  9-13-09								
								
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1a	510			K				Considered 505
1b	510			K				Considered 505
1c	510			K				
2	510			A				
3	510			K				
4	510			A			X	
5	510			K				
6	510			K				
7	510			K				
8	510			A				
9a	508			A			X	
9b	508			A			X	
10	314			K	C		X	
11	510			A	C		X	
12	510			A				
13	508			A				
14	510			A			X	
15	510			A				
16a	1003			A			X	
16b	510			A			X	
16c	510			A			X	
17	1003			A	C		X	
18a	510			K				
18b	510			K				
19a	510			K			X	
19b	510			K				
20	508			A			X	
21a	510			A			X	
21b	510			A			X	
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Chapter 6 Review, pp. 392-395								
Date:  9-13-09								
								
SKILLS								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Objective A								
1	510			K				
2	510			K				
3	510			K				
4	510			K				
5	510	507		A				
6	510	507		A				
Objective B								
7	510			K				
8	510			A				
9	510			K				
10	510			K				
11	510			K				
12	510			K				
13	510			K				
14	510			K				
15	510			K				
16	510			K				
Objective C								
17	510			K				
18	510			K				
19	510			A				
20	510			A				
21	510			K				
22	510			A				
23	510			A				
24	510			A				
PROPERTIES								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Objective D								
25	510			K				
26	510			K				
27	510			K				
28	510			K				
29	510			K				
30	510			K				
31	510			A				A1
USES								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Objective E								
32a	510			K			X	
32b	510			A				
33	510			K			X	
34	314			K	C		X	
35	314			K	C		X	
36a	314			A	C		X	
36b	314			A	C		X	
37	314			A			X	Considered 1001
38	314			K			X	
39	314			K			X	
Objective F								
40	510			A			X	
41	510			A			X	
42	510			A			X	
43	510			A			X	
44	510			A			X	
45	510			A			X	
46	510			A			X	
47	510			A			X	
Objective G								
48a	1003	907		A			X	
48b	510			A	C		X	
48c	510			A	C		X	
48d	1003	510		A	C		X	
49a	1003	907		A			X	
49b	510			K	C		X	
49c	510			A			X	
49d	510			A			X	
49e	1003			A	C		X	
49f	510	1002		A	C		X	
REPRESENTATIONS								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Objective H								
50	510			A				
51	510			A				
52	510			A				
53	510			A				
54	510			A				
55	510			A				
56	510			A				
57	510			A				
Objective I								
58	508			K				
59	508			A			X	
60	508			A				
61	508			A				
62	508			A				
63	508			A				
64	508			A				
65	508			A				
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 7-1, pp. 398-403								
Date:  9-17-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	212			K				
b	212			K				
c	212			K				
QY1								
	401			K			X	
Guided Example 3								
	402			K	C		X	
QY2								
	402			K	C		X	
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1	110			K				
2a	516			K				
2b	516			K				
2c	516			K				
2d	516			K				
3a	218			K				
3b	218	1602		K	C			
4	608			K				Per discussion w/Maria:  218 & 502 or 608; here t is a whole #, not varying
5	110			K				
6	608			K				
7a	510			K			X	
7b	510			K			X	
7c	616			K	C		X	
8	402			K			X	
9	502	401		K			X	
10	502	401		K			X	
11a	402			K			X	
11b	502	402		K			X	
11c	502	402		K			X	
11d	502	402		K			X	
11e	502	402		K			X	
12	402			A	C		X	
13	402			A	C		X	
14	402			A	C		X	
Applying the Mathematics								
15a	402			A	C		X	
15b	402			K			X	
16	402			A	C		X	
17a	402			A			X	
17b	402			K	C		X	
18a	402			A			X	
18b	402			K	C		X	
19	402			K	C		X	
20	402			A	C		X	Students are expected to solve using trial-and-error (per note to teacher)
Review								
21a	508			A			X	
21b	505			A			X	
22a	510			A			X	
22b	510			A			X	
23	1101			A			X	
24	507			A				
25	508			A				
26	616			K				
27	218			K				
Exploration								
28	402			K			X	Find yield for savings account in a nearby bank
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 7-2, pp. 404-410								
Date:  9-17-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	508			A				
b	508			A				Mental Math?
c	508			A				Mental Math?
QY								
a	1406			K				Now-Next Table is iteration
b	616			A				
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1a	616			A			X	
1b	616			K			X	
1c	616			K	C		X	
1d	616			K	C		X	
2	1406			A	C			Now-Next Table
3a	402			K			X	
3b	402			K	C		X	
4	509			A				
5a	608			K				
5b	608			K				
5c	608			K				
6a	608			K				
6b	608			K				
6c	608			K				
7	608			K				
8	616	608		A				
9a	616			A				
9b	616			A				
10	616	1406		A	C			Calculator screen shot
11a	616			A	C		X	
11b	616			A	C		X	
Applying the Mathematics								
12a	1406			K			X	
12b	1406			A	C		X	
12c	616			A			X	
13a	616			K			X	
13b	616			K	C		X	
13c	616			K	C		X	
14a	1406			A			X	
14b	505			A			X	
14c	505			A			X	
14d	1406			K			X	
15a	616			A	C			
15b	510			K				
15c	510			K	C			
15d	509			A				
Review								
16	402			K	C		X	
17a	1101			K			X	
17b	1101			K			X	
18	403	507		A	C		X	
19	217	305		A	C			
20	511			K				
Exploration								
21a	608			K	C			
21b	608			K	C			
21c	608			R	C			
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 7-3, pp. 411-418								
Date:  9-17-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	507			A				Mental Math????
b	507			A				Mental Math????
c	507			A				Mental Math????
QY1								
	1406			A			X	
QY2								
	616			A			X	
Guided Example 3								
a	616			K			X	
b	616			K	C		X	
c	616			K	C		X	
d	616			K			X	
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1	616			K				Growth factor
2	616			K				Growth factor
3	616			K				Growth factor
4a	217			K	C		X	
4b	616			A			X	
5a	403			K	C		X	
5b	403			K			X	
5c	403			A			X	
6a	403			K	C		X	
6b	616			A			X	
7	616			A			X	
8a	214			K				Considered 1406
8b	616			A				
9	616			K				
10	616			K				
11	616			K				
12a	616			K				
12b	616			K				
Applying the Mathematics								
13a	616			A			X	
13b	616			K	C		X	
14a	506			A	C			
14b	616			A				
14c	616			A				
15a	616			A	C		X	
15b	616			K			X	
16a	1406			A	C		X	Half Life
16b	1406			A	C		X	Half Life
16c	303			A			X	Half Life
17a	616			A	C			
17b	616			K				
Review								
18a	490			K			X	Rule of 72
18b	402			K	C		X	
19a	907			A			X	
19b	1003	510		A	C		X	
19c	510			K			X	
19d	510			K	C		X	
20	508			A				
Exploration								
21	616			K			X	Research half-life of carbon 14 & describe how it's used to date fossils
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 7-4, pp. 419-424								
Date:  9-17-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	207			K				
b	207			K				
c	207			K				
d	207			K				
Activity								
1	301			K				
2	301			K				
3	901			K			X	Collect data - bouncing balls
4	907			A	C		X	
5a	1003			A	C		X	
5b	1002			A	C		X	
5c	510			A	C		X	
6a	1003			A	C		X	
6b	1002			A	C		X	
6c	616			A	C		X	
7	1003	509		A			X	
8	1003	616		A	C		X	
9	NMA						X	Write paragraph comparing "bounciness" of the balls tested
QY								
a	1003			A	C		X	
b	616			A	C		X	
Guided Example								
a	1003			K	C		X	
b	1002			K	C		X	
c	616			K	C		X	
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1a	616			K			X	
1b	616			K			X	
2	616			K			X	
3	616			A	C		X	
4	114			K			X	
5	1003	616		A	C		X	
6a	1003	616		K				
6b	1003	616		K				
6c	1003	616		K				
6d	1003	616		K				
Applying the Mathematics								
07/09/09	616			K			X	
10a	907	509		A	C		X	
10b	1003			A	C		X	
10c	616			A	C		X	
11a	907			A	C		X	
11b	1003	616		A	C		X	
12	616			A			X	
13	616			A			X	
Review								
14a	616			A			X	
14b	616			A			X	
14c	510			A			X	
15	616			A				
16	608			K				
17	314			A			X	
18a	515			K				
18b	515			K				
18c	515			K				
19a	403			A			X	
19b	403			A			X	
19c	403			A			X	
20	503			K				
Exploration								
21	NMA						X	Does drop height affect % a ball will rebound?
22	616	1003		A	C		X	Collect data, do experiment (coins)
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 7-5, pp. 425-431								
Date:  9-17-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	314			K			X	
b	314			K			X	
c	314			K			X	
QY1								
	1501	1504		K				Celebration time!  Function codes!!!!!
QY2								
	1501			K				
Guided Example 2								
	1501			K				
QY3								
	1501	1508		K	C		X	
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1a	1501	1504		K				Per 9/16 conversation w/Maria, use 1501 here because sts are primarily learning about how to compute function values (given an input, what's the output); perhaps also include 1504 (especially in later problems where the function is named)
1b	1501	1504		K				
1c	1501	1504		K				
1d	1501	1504		K				
2a	1501	1505		K				
2b	1501	1505		K				
2c	1501	1505		K				
3a	1501	1506		K				
3b	1501	1506		K				
4	1501			K				Defn of function
5	1501	1506		K				
6a	1501			K				
6b	1501			K				
7a	1501			K				
7b	1501			K				
8	1501			K				
9	1501			K				
Applying the Mathematics								
10a	1501			K			X	
10b	1501			K			X	
10c	1501			K			X	
10d	1501			K			X	
11	1501			K				
12	1501			K				
13a	1501	1508		K				
13b	1501	1508		K				
13c	1501	1508		K				
13d	1501	1508		K				
13e	1501	1508		A				
14	1501			A			X	
15	1501			A			X	
16	1501	1512		K				
17	1501	1512		K				
18	1501	1512		K				
19	1501	1503		A	C			
20	1501	1508		A	C			
21a	1501			A			X	
21b	1501			A			X	CogBeh A because domain is not #s and therefore this is a harder problem
Review								
22a	616			A			X	502 because expect sts to define variables (let y =  and x = )
22b	616			A	C		X	
23	510			A				
24	705	306		A				
25	508			A			X	
Exploration								
26	1503	1504	1501	R	C			
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 7-6, pp. 432-438								
Date:  9-17-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	508			A				
b	508			A				
c	508			A				
Guided Example 2								
	1508	1503		K	C		X	
Activity								
1a	1602	1504		K	C			CAS
1b	1501	1504		K	C			CAS
1c	1501	1504		K	C			CAS
1d	1501	1504		K	C			CAS
1e	1501	1504		K	C			CAS
1f	1501	1504		K	C			CAS
1g	1501	1504		K	C			CAS
1h	1501	1504		K	C			CAS
2a	1506			K	C			CAS
2b	1501	1506		K	C			CAS
3	1501			A				
4	1501	1504		K				I like this sequence of steps in the activity and use of CAS!
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1	1501			K				
2a	1501	1508	1503	K			X	
2b	1501			A			X	
3a	1501	1508	1503	K	C		X	
3b	1501			A			X	
4a	1501	1508		K	C			
4b	1501	1508		K	C			
4c	1501	1508		K	C			
5	1501	1508		K				
6	1504			A				
Applying the Mathematics								
7a	1501			K			X	
7b	1501			K			X	
7c	1501			K			X	
8a	1501	1503		K				
8b	1501	1503		K				
8c	1501	1503		K				
9a	1501	1508		A	C		X	
9b	1508			A	C		X	
9c	1508			A			X	
10a	1501	1503		K				
10b	1501	1503		K				
10c	1501	1503		K				
10d	510			A				
11a	1501			K			X	
11b	1501			K			X	
11c	1501			A			X	
11d	1501			A			X	
Review								
12	1501			K				
13	1501			K				
14a	1502			K				
14b	1502			K				
14c	1501			K				
15a	510			A				
15b	510			A				
16a	511			K				
16b	511			K				
16c	507			A				
Exploration								
17a	1517			R			X	
17b	1517			R			X	
17c	1517			R			X	
18	1511			R			X	
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 7-7, pp. 439-446								
Date:  9-17-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	315			A			X	Mental math really???
b	315			A			X	Mental math really???
c	315			A			X	Mental math really???
Guided Example								
	1406			K	C		X	Recursion - linear & exponential
Activity 1								
1	1605			K	Co		X	
2	1605			K	Co		X	Now-Next method is iteration
3	1605			A	Co		X	Now-Next method is iteration
4	1406			K	Co		X	
5	1406			K	Co		X	
6	1406			A	Co		X	CogBeh A because sts are exploring, making choices
7	1605			K	Co		X	
8	1605	1503		K	Co		X	
9	1406			K	Co		X	
10	1503			K	Co		X	
11	1605	1508		K	Co		X	
12	1406	1508		K	Co		X	
Activity 2								
1	1605			K	Co		X	
2	1605			A	Co		X	Now-Next method is iteration
3	1605	1406		K	Co		X	
4	1503	1508		A	Co		X	
5	1503	1508		A	Co		X	
06/01/09	1503	1508		A			X	
06/02/09	1503	1508		A			X	
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1	509			K				
2	1503	1508		K	C			Discontinue 1501; the point is not "can sts evaluate a fcn;" that was mastered in prior 2 lessons
3	1503	1508		A				
4	1503	1508		K				Considered 1503 & 1508
5	1503	1508		A			X	
6a	1406	1503	1508	A	Co		X	Can use iteration or enter functions into spreadsheet
6b	1503	1508		A			X	
7a	1605			K				
7b	1503			K				
7c	1503			A				
7d	509	1503		A				
8a	1605			K				
8b	1508			K				
8c	1508			A				
8d	509	1508		A				
9a	1406			A			X	Now-Next method is iteration
9b	1406			A			X	
9c	1503			A			X	
9d	1508			A			X	
9e	1503			A			X	
Applying the Mathematics								
10a	1406			A				
10b	1508			A				
11a	509	1503		A			X	
11b	1503			A			X	
11c	507			A	C		X	
12a	509			A			X	
12b	1508			A	C		X	
13-16	509	1503	1508	K				
17a	1406	1503	1508	A	Co		X	
17b	1503	1508		A			X	
17c	1503	1508		A			X	
Review								
18	1501	1503		A	C			
19	1501	1503		A				
20	616			A				
21	510			A				
22	510			A				
23	1101			A			X	
24	218			K				
Exploration								
25	509			A				
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Chapter 7 Self-Test, pp. 450-451								
Date:  9-17-09								
								
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1	503			K				
2	608			K				
3	1501			K				
4	1504			K				
5	402			A	C		X	
6	401	402		A	C		X	
7	401	402		A	C		X	
8	403			K			X	
9	1508	1501	403	A			X	
10	1508	403		K	C		X	
11	1508			K				
12	1508			K	C			
13	1508			K	C			
14	1512			A				
15	1512	1501		A				
16	1512	1501		A				
17	1508	1503		A	C			
18	1508	1503		A	C			
19	1508	1503		A	C			
20	1508			A	C		X	
21	1508			A	C		X	
22	1503			A				
23	1508			A				
24	509	1503	1508	K				
25a	1605	1406		A			X	
25b	1605	1406		A			X	2 types of answers - iteration & equation
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Chapter 7 Review, pp. 452-455								
Date:  9-17-09								
								
SKILLS								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Objective A								
1	1503			K				
2	1503			K				
3	1503			K				
4	1503			A				CogBeh A because sts haven't seen f(x+y)
5	1508			K				
6	1505			K				
7	1503			A				CogBeh A because of 2 different functions
8	1508	1503		A				
Objective B								
9a	1406	1508	1605	A			X	2 ways - iteration or equation
9b	1406	1508		K			X	2 ways - iteration or equation
9c	1605			A			X	
10a	1406	1503	1605	A			X	2 ways - iteration or equation
10b	1406	1503		K			X	2 ways - iteration or equation
10c	1605			A			X	
PROPERTIES								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Objective C								
11a	1501			K				
11b	1501			K				
12a	1501			K				
12b	1501			K				
12c	1501			K				
12d	1503			A				
13a	1501	1501		K				
13b	1501	1501		K				
13c	1503			A				
USES								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Objective D								
14	402			A	C		X	Same as 7-1 #12
15	402			A	C		X	Same as 7-1 #12
16	402			A	C		X	Same as 7-1 #12
17	402			A	C		X	
Objective E								
18a	907	509		A			X	
18b	1003			A	C		X	
18c	616			A	C		X	
19a	616			A	C		X	
19b	616			K			X	
20a	403			K			X	
20b	403			A			X	
20c	616			A			X	
Objective F								
21	509	510		K				
22	509	510		K				
23	509	616		K				
24	509	616		K				
25	509			A			X	
26	509			A				
Objective G								
27a	1508			A			X	
27b	1503			A			X	
27c	1508	1503		A	C		X	
27d	1508	1503		A	C		X	
28	509			A				
REPRESENTATIONS								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Objective H								
29	616			A	C		X	
30	510			A			X	
31	510			A			X	
32	616			A	C		X	
33	1508			A	C		X	
Objective I								
34	1503			A				
35	1504			A				
36	1508			A				
37	1505			A				
38	1508			K				
39a	1501			K				
39b	1501			K				
39c	1501			K				
39d	1501			K				
40a	1501			K				
40b	1501			K				
40c	1501			K				
40d	1501			K				
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 8-1, pp. 458-463								
Date:  10-3-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
	515			K				
QY1								
	1407			K	C		X	
QY2								
	1407			K	C		X	Considered 110 but text does not mention scientific notation yet
Guided Example 3								
	1407	1101		K			X	
HOMEWORK								
Item #								
Covering the Ideas								
1a	1407			K				
1b	1407			K				
2a	1407			K			X	
2b	1407			K	C		X	
3	110			K				
4a	NMA							
4b	1407			K	C			
5a	103			K				
5b	1407			K				
6a	102			K				
6b	103			K				
6c	1407	502		K				
7a	1407	110		K			X	
7b	1101			K			X	
7c	1407	1101	502	K			X	
8a	1407	110		K	C		X	
8b	1101			K			X	
9a	110			K			X	
9b	110			K			X	
Applying the Mathematics								
10a	1407			K			X	
10b	1407			K			X	
10c	1407			K			X	
11	1101			K			X	INCORRECT ANSWER
12a	103			A				
12b	1407			K				
13	1407	1101		A	C		X	
14a	1407	502		K			X	
14b	1407	502		K			X	
14c	1407	502		K			X	
Review								
15	508	1501		K				
16a	510			K				
16b	510	504		A				
17	705	306		A				
18	210	507		A			X	
19	507			A				
20	110			K				
21	110			K				
Exploration								
22a	NMA						X	Research gov't acronyms (e.g., USDA, DOC)
22b	NMA						X	Research gov't acronyms (e.g., USDA, DOC)
22c	NMA						X	Research gov't acronyms (e.g., USDA, DOC)
22d	NMA						X	Research gov't acronyms (e.g., USDA, DOC)
22e	NMA						X	Research gov't acronyms (e.g., USDA, DOC)
22f	NMA						X	Research gov't acronyms (e.g., USDA, DOC)
22g	NMA						X	Research gov't acronyms (e.g., USDA, DOC)
22h	NMA						X	Research gov't acronyms (e.g., USDA, DOC)
22i	NMA						X	Research gov't acronyms (e.g., USDA, DOC)
22j	NMA						X	Research gov't acronyms (e.g., USDA, DOC)
22k	NMA						X	Research gov't acronyms (e.g., USDA, DOC)
22l	NMA						X	Research gov't acronyms (e.g., USDA, DOC)
22m	NMA						X	Research gov't acronyms (e.g., USDA, DOC)
22n	NMA						X	Research gov't acronyms (e.g., USDA, DOC)
23a	1407			A	C		X	
23b	1407			R	C		X	
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 8-2, pp. 464-468								
Date:  10-3-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	212			K				Circle graph
b	212			K				Circle graph
c	212			K				Circle graph
d	212	507		A				Circle graph
e	212			K				Circle graph
Activity								
Step1a	511			K				
Step1b	511			K				
Step1c	511			K				
Step1d	511			K				
Step1e	511			K				
Step1f	511			K				
Step1g	511			K				
Step1h	511	608		K				
Step2	511			K	C			CAS
Step2a	511			A				
Step2b	511			A				
Step2c	511	608		A				
HOMEWORK								
Item #								
Covering the Ideas								
1	218			K				
2	218			K				
3	511			K				
4	218			K			X	
5	218			K			X	
6	218	502		K			X	
7	511			K				Sts haven't yet learned how to divide expressions involving exponents
8	218			K				
9	511			K				
10	511			K				
11	511			K				
12	511			K				
13	511			K				
14	511	608		K				
15	511			K				
16	511			K				
Applying the Mathematics								
17	1407			A	C		X	
18	218	504		A				
19	511	504		K				
20	511	507		A				
21a	218	502		A			X	
21b	218	502		A			X	
22a	218			K				
22b	218			K				
22c	218			K				
Review								
23a	1407			A			X	
23b	1407			A			X	
24a	1501			K				
24b	1501			K				
24c	1501			A				
24d	1501			A				
25a	510			A	C		X	
25b	510			A			X	
26a	510			K				
26b	510			K				
26c	510			A				
27	110			K				
28a	110			K				
28b	110			K				
28c	110			K				
28d	110			K				
Exploration								
29a	304			K				
29b	304			K				
29c	304			K				
29d	304			K				
29e	304			K				Research prefixes in metric system (e.g., 10^6=mega)
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 8-3, pp. 469-473								
Date:  10-3-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	511			K				
b	511			K				
c	511			K				
d	511			K				
Activity								
1a	515			K				
1b	515			K				
1c	515			K				
1d	515			K				
2	515			A				
QY								
	515			K				
HOMEWORK								
Item #								
Covering the Ideas								
1	218			K				
2	218	502		K				
3	218	502		K				
4	515			K				
5	515			K				
6	110			K				
7	515			K				
8	515			K				
9	515			K				
10	218			A	C		X	
11	515			K				
12	515			K				
Applying the Mathematics								
13	218			K				
14	218	502		A				Considered CogBeh K
15	218	608		A				Considered CogBeh K
16	515			K				Considered CogBeh A
17	515			A				Considered CogBeh K
18	515			A				Considered CogBeh K
19	515			A				Considered CogBeh K
20	218	314	303	A	C		X	
21a	218	314		A	C		X	
21b	303			A	C		X	Answer incorrect?
22	515			A				
Review								
23	511			K				
24	511			K				
25	511			K				
26	511			K				
27a	1407	1101		A			X	
27b	1407	1101		A			X	
28a	314			A			X	Spreadsheet context
28b	214			A			X	
29a	214			K			X	
29b	214			K			X	
Exploration								
30a	314	306		A	C		X	
30b	110	303	306	A	C		X	
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 8-4, pp. 474-480								
Date:  10-3-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	306	502		K				
b	310	502		K				
c	306	502		K				
QY								
	607			K				
Guided Example 2								
a	607			K				
b	607			K				
Guided Example 4								
	515			K				
HOMEWORK								
Item #								
Covering the Ideas								
1	607			K				
2	607			K				
3	607			K				
4	607			K				
5	608			K				
6	607			K				
7	607			K				
8	110			K				
9	110			K				
10	402	608		A	C		X	
11a	607			K				
11b	607			K				
11c	607			K				
11d	607			K				
12	608			K				
13	608			K				
14	608			K				
15	515			K				
16a	616			A				
16b	616			K				
17	616			A				
Applying the Mathematics								
18	607			A				
19	608			A				CAS screen shot
20	608	504		A				
21	608	504		A				
22a	607	306		A				
22b	607	306		A				
22c	607	306		A				
22d	607	502	306	A				
Review								
23	515			K				
24	608			K				
25	511			K				
26a	1407			A	C		X	
26b	1101			A			X	
26c	1407			A	C		X	
27a	1503			A			X	
27b	1501			K			X	
27c	1501			A			X	Plug in to find answer
Exploration								
28a	607	305		K			X	Research objects in the universe of the size 10^(-3) m
28b	607	305		K			X	Research objects in the universe of the size 10^(-6) m
28c	607	305		K			X	Research objects in the universe of the size 10^(-9) m
28d	607	305		K			X	Research objects in the universe of the size 10^(-12) m
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 8-5, pp. 481-487								
Date:  10-3-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	510			K				
b	510			K				
c	510			K				Answer incorrect
QY1								
	608			K				
Guided Example 2								
	511			K				
QY2								
	515			K				
Activity								
Step1	NMA							Fold paper
Step2	NMA							Fold & tape paper
Step3	306			A				
Step4a	305			K				
Step4b	306			K	C			
Step4c	305	306		K	C			
Step5	306			A				
HOMEWORK								
Item #								
Covering the Ideas								
1a	511			K				
1b	502			K				Considered 503
2	511			K				
3	511			K				
4	511			K				
5	511			K				
6	511			A				
7	218			K				
8	511			K				
9	515			K				
10	502	306		A				
Applying the Mathematics								
11	305	306		A				
12a	310			A	C			
12b	306			K	C			
12c	310			A	C			
12d	306			A	C			
12e	306			K				
13	515			K				
14	608			K				
15	511			K				
16	511			A				
17	608			K				
18	511			A				
19	515			K				
Review								
20	511			K				
21	608			K	C			
22	1407			A			X	
23	508			A				
Exploration								
24a	506	218		A	C			
24b	506	218		A	C			
24c	506	218		R				
24d	506	218		R				
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 8-6, pp. 488-496								
Date:  10-3-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	511			K				
b	511			K				
Activity 1								
Step 1	306			K				
Step 2	306			K				
Step 3	306			K				
QY1								
	514			K				
Activity 2								
Step1a	218	1602		K	C			
Step1b	218			K				
Step2a	513	1602		K	C			
Step2b	513			K				
Step3	513	1602		K	C			
Activity 3								
	306	305		A				
Activity 4								
1	306			A				
2	306			K				
3	306			K				
4	717			A				
QY2								
	608			K				
HOMEWORK								
Item #								
Covering the Ideas								
1a	306			K				
1b	306	305		K				
2	218	306	305	K				
3	218			K				
4	218			K				
5	513			K	C			
6	513			K	C			
7	513			K	C			
8	513			K	C			
9	514			K				
10	514			K				
11a	513			K	C			
11b	214			K	C			
11c	514			K				
12	717			K	C			Considered adding the code 513 but decided this was part of 717
13	717			K	C			Considered adding the code 218 but decided this was part of 717
14	717			K	C			Considered adding the code 513 but decided this was part of 717
15	218			K				
16	607	218		K				
17a	607			K				
17b	607			K	C			
17c	218			K	C			
18	607			K	C			
19	608			K				
Applying the Mathematics								
20a	514			A				
20b	514			A			X	
21	1508			A	C		X	Considered 514 but coded 616 b/c problem posed in a way that's familiar to sts (sts are told to recall this exponential eqn)
22	717			A	C		X	Considered adding the codes 514 & 305 but decided this was part of 717
23a	717			A			X	
23b	717			A			X	Considered adding the code 514 but decided this was part of 717
24	717			A	C			Considered adding the code 514 but decided this was part of 717
Review								
25	502	511		A				
26	515			K				
27	218	502	504	A				
28	607			K				
29	218	507	110	A	C		X	
30a	507			A				Considered 510 but Lesson 4-7 is before concept of linearity is introduced & this item really isn't about linear eqns
30b	507			A				Considered 510 but Lesson 4-7 is before concept of linearity is introduced & this item really isn't about linear eqns
30c	507			A				Considered 510 but Lesson 4-7 is before concept of linearity is introduced & this item really isn't about linear eqns
30d	507			A				Considered 510 but Lesson 4-7 is before concept of linearity is introduced & this item really isn't about linear eqns
Exploration								
31	607			A	C			
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 8-7, pp. 497-504								
Date:  10-3-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	1504			K				
b	1504			K				
Activity 1								
Step 1	513			K	C			
Step 2	514			K	C			
Step 3	514			K	C			
Step 4	514			K	C			
Activity 2								
Step 1	514			K	C			
Step 2	514			K	C			
Step 3	514			K	C			
QY1								
a	514			K				
b	514			K				
c	514			K				
Guided Example 2								
a	717			K				Considered adding the code 513 but decided this was part of 717
b	513			K				
Guided Example 3								
	513			K				
QY2								
a	513			K				
b	514			K				
HOMEWORK								
Item #								
Covering the Ideas								
1	514			K				
2	513			K				514 b/c they've been taught to use product of square roots property?
3	514			K				
4	514			K				
5	514			K				
6	514			K				
7	514			K				
8a	218			A			X	
8b	303			A	C		X	
9	513			K				514 b/c they've been taught to use product of square roots property?
10	513			K				514 b/c they've been taught to use product of square roots property?
11	513			K				514 b/c they've been taught to use product of square roots property?
12	513			K				514 b/c they've been taught to use product of square roots property?
13a	513			K				514 b/c they've been taught to use product of square roots property?
13b	514			K				
14	717			A				Considered adding the code 513 but decided this was part of 717
15	514			K				
Applying the Mathematics								
16	717			A				Considered adding the code 218 but decided this was part of 717
17	717			A	C			Considered adding the code 513 but decided this was part of 717
18	717			A	C			Considered adding the code 513 but decided this was part of 717
19	717			A				Considered adding the code 513 but decided this was part of 717
20	514	306		A				
21	513			A				
22	514			K				
23	514			K				
24	514			K				
25	514			K				
Review								
26	717	305		A	C		X	Considered adding code 514
27	505			K			X	
28	511			K				
29	511			K				
30	607	515		K				
31	218			K				
32	402			A	C		X	
33	510			A			X	
34	210	306		K			X	
Exploration								
35	608			R	C			
36	514	303		R	C		X	CogBeh R b/c sts haven't yet solved for a var. by squaring both sides of eqn
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 8-8, pp. 505-510								
Date:  10-3-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	511	217		K				
b	511	217		K				
c	511	217		K				
QY1								
	505			K				Considered 205
Guided Example 2								
	717			K	C			Didn't code 505 b/c coord planes is not the point of the problem; considered 513
QY2								
	717			A			X	Considered 513
HOMEWORK								
Item #								
Covering the Ideas								
1a	505			K				
1b	505			K				
1c	717			K	C			Considered adding the code 513 but decided this was part of 717
2	505			K				
3	505			K				
4	505			K				
5	505			K				
6	717			K	C			Considered adding the code 513 but decided this was part of 717
7	717			K	C			Considered adding the code 513 but decided this was part of 717
8	717			K				Considered adding the code 218 but decided this was part of 717
9	717			K				Considered adding the code 218 but decided this was part of 717
10	717			K	C			Considered adding the code 513 but decided this was part of 717
11	717			K	C			Considered adding the code 513 but decided this was part of 717
12	717			K	C			Considered adding the code 513 but decided this was part of 717
13	717			K	C			Considered adding the code 513 but decided this was part of 717
Applying the Mathematics								
14	717			A	C		X	CogBeh A b/c sts need to figure out what to do & no coord system provided; considered 513
15	717			A	C		X	Considered adding the code 513 but decided this was part of 717
16	717			A	C		X	Considered adding the code 513 but decided this was part of 717
17	717	502		A				
18	717	707		A				Considered adding the code 513 but decided this was part of 717
19	717			K				
20	717			A				Considered adding the code 513 but decided this was part of 717
Review								
21	514			K				
22a	1508			K				
22b	1508			K	C			
22c	1508			K				
22d	1508			K				
22e	1508			K	C			
22f	1508			K	C			
23	515	218		K				
24a	717			A	C		X	Considered adding the code 513 but decided this was part of 717
24b	305			A			X	
24c	314			A	C		X	
25	1503	510		A				
26	507	1503		A	C			
Exploration								
27	717	714		R	C		X	CogBeh R because sts haven't yet learned about graphing in 3D
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Lesson 8-9, pp. 511-516								
Date:  10-3-09								
								
NARRATIVE								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Mental Math								
a	501			K				
b	501			K				
c	501			K				
Guided Example 4								
Soln 1	608			K				
Soln 2	608			K				
HOMEWORK								
Item #								
Covering the Ideas								
1	515			K				
2	515			K				
3	608			K				
4	511			K				
5	1402			K				Considered 1490.     What is a counterexample?
6	1402			K				
7	1402			K				
8a	614			K				
8b	614			K				
8c	614			K				
8d	614			K				
9	608			A				
10	511			A				
11	511			A				
12	515			K				
13	511			K				
14	511			K				
15	607			K				
16	607			K				
17	608			K				
18	608			K				
19	110	210	603	A	C		X	
20	110	210	603	A	C		X	
Applying the Mathematics								
21	608			K				
22a	515			K				
22b	515			K				
22c	515			K				
22d	515			A				
23	218			K				Prime factorization
24	218			K				Prime factorization
Review								
25	717			K	C		X	Considered adding the code 513 but decided this was part of 717
26	514			K				
27	717	707		A				Considered adding the code 513 but decided this was part of 717
28	314			A			X	
29	510			A				
30	1101			A			X	Considered including 218 but I think this is included in 1101
Exploration								
31	511	514		A				
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Chapter 8 Self-Test, p. 520								
Date:  10-3-09								
								
HOMEWORK								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Covering the Ideas								
1	511			K				
2	607			K				
3	218	607		K				
4	513			K				
5	513			K				
6	514			K				
7	511			K				
8	511			K				
9	515			K				
10	511			K				
11	607			K				
12	515			K				
13	607			K				
14	515			K				
15	218	111		K				
16	608			K				
17	607			K	C			
18	1508	607		K	C			
19a	608			K				
19b	608			K				
19c	608			K				
19d	607			K				
20	607			K				
21	717			K				Considered adding code 513
22	717			A	C		X	Considered adding code 513
23	607	306		A	C			
24	717	306		A				Considered adding code 513
25	1407			A			X	
Rater:  Mary Ann & Jennifer								
Book:  UCSMP (Wright Group, 2008), Chapter 8 Review, pp. 521-523								
Date:  10-3-09								
								
SKILLS								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Objective A								
1	511			K				
2	515			K				
3	515			K				
4	608			K				
5	515			K				
6	110			K				
7	511			K				
8a	608			K				
8b	608			K				
9a	608			K				
9b	608			K				
10	607			K				
11	608			K				
Objective B								
12	607			K				
13	607			K				
14	607			K				
15	607			K				
16	1506			K				
17	402	607		A	C		X	
18	110			K				
19	110			K				
20a	607			K				
20b	607			K				
21a	607			K				
21b	607			K				
Objective C								
22	511			K				
23	511			K				
24	511			K				
25	607			K				
26	608			K				
27	608			K				
28	608			K				
29	608			K				
Objective D								
30	514			K				
31	513			K				
32	513			K				
33	514			K				
34	514			K				
35	513			K				
36	513			K				
Objective E								
37	607			K				
38	607			K				
39	607			K	C			
40	607			K	C			
41	607			K				
42	607			K				
PROPERTIES								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Objective F								
43a	503			K				
43b	503			K				
43c	503			K				
43d	1402			A				
44a	608			K				
44b	608			K				
44c	608			A				
45	607			A				
46	511			A				
Objective G								
47	218			K				
48	511			K				
49	608			K				
50	607			K				
51	608			K				
52	608			K				
53	608			K				
54	608			K				
USES								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Objective H								
55a	1407			A			X	
55b	1101			A			X	
55c	1101			A			X	
56	1407			A			X	
57	1407			A			X	
58a	1407			A			X	
58b	1101			A			X	
58c	1101			A			X	
REPRESENTATIONS								
Item #	Topic1	Topic2	Topic3	CogBeh	C	M	Context	Comment
Objective I								
59	513	306		A				
60a	513	306		A				
60b	513	305		K	C			
61	306	502		A				
62	306			A	C			
63	607	306		A				
64	607	306		A	C			
Objective J								
65a	505			K				
65b	505			K				
65c	717			K				
66	717			K				
67	717			K				
68	717			K				
69	717			A				
70	717			A				
71a	717			A	C		X	
71b	707			A			X	
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