can comfortably add or subtract multiple-digit numbers, using regrouping as needed

can recall single-digit multiplication facts from memory

can demonstrate a multiplication problem by building or drawing a rectangle

can list the multiplication facts of a given number

can solve for an unknown factor

can write a subtraction equation (number sentence) to solve a word problem

can write a multiplication equation (number sentence) to solve a word problem

Preparing for the Assessment:

This readiness assessment will take approximately 40 total minutes to complete. Do not begin unless you are sure you and your student can work together without distraction for this amount of time.

You will need the following items:

pencil with eraser

extra paper for calculation, if desired

Calculators are not permitted.

Gather these materials before you begin.

Student Portion:

Print out a copy of the Delta Readiness Assessment. The printed part of the assessment is to be completed independently by the student and should take approximately 20 minutes. Be sure to keep track of the actual time your student spends on this part of the assessment. You may attempt to clarify the wording of a question if your student does not understand, but you should not answer specific questions asking how to solve a particular problem.

When your student has completed his work on paper, come back to the computer to complete the rest of the assessment.

Instructor Portion:

Use this tool as an opportunity to help you determine your student’s understanding of the concepts.

For each problem, first check to see if the student answered it correctly. Then ask your student to explain to you how he arrived at each of his answers, or “teach back” the solution. Based on your student’s response, choose the statement(s) that most accurately describe how your student solved the problem. (IMPORTANT: Several of the questions require multiple responses. Be sure to mark ALL appropriate responses.)

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Your student is ready for Delta. The following skills were taught in previous levels of Math-U-See and are not specifically retaught in Delta. You will want to make sure your student has mastered these skills before beginning.

Customary measures and conversions between units (ex: large to small; small to large such as miles to yards and ounces to pounds)

Working with money (converting between coins and dollars, making change, etc …)

Comparing whole numbers to the thousands (ex: which number or amount is greater or less)

Ask the student to explain how he determined the answer. Which of the following statements characterized his response? CLICK ALL THAT APPLY.

Question 2 of 11

2. Question

CORRECT ANSWER: 56

Ask the student to explain how the answer could be found. Which of the following statements characterized his response? CLICK ALL THAT APPLY.

Question 3 of 11

3. Question

CORRECT ANSWER: 21,190

Ask the student to explain how he found the answer. Which of the following statements characterized his response? CLICK ALL THAT APPLY.

Question 4 of 11

4. Question

CORRECT ANSWER: 347,547

Ask the student to explain how he found the answer. Which of the following statements characterized his response? CLICK ALL THAT APPLY.

Question 5 of 11

5. Question

CORRECT ANSWER: 1 x 12, 12 x 1, 2 x 6, 6 x 2, 3 x 4, 4 x 3

Ask the student to explain how he found the answer. Which of the following statements characterized his response? CLICK ALL THAT APPLY.

Question 6 of 11

6. Question

CORRECT ANSWER: 69,008

Ask the student to explain how he found the answer. Which of the following statements characterized his response? CLICK ALL THAT APPLY.

Question 7 of 11

7. Question

CORRECT ANSWER: 109

Ask the student to explain how he found the answer. Which of the following statements characterized his response? CLICK ALL THAT APPLY.

Question 8 of 11

8. Question

CORRECT ANSWER: 7

Ask the student to explain how he found the answer. Which of the following statements characterized his response? CLICK ALL THAT APPLY.

Question 9 of 11

9. Question

CORRECT ANSWER: 32 hours

Ask the student to explain how he found the answer. Which of the following statements characterized his response? CLICK ALL THAT APPLY.

Question 10 of 11

10. Question

The next two questions are just for the instructor to complete. Choose the statement that best describes your student’s work during the written part of the assessment.

How long did it take for the student to complete the assessment? Click on the best response.

Question 11 of 11

11. Question

How often did the student ask for help or hints as to how to solve a problem? (Note: this is different than asking for clarification about how a question is worded.) Click on the best response.