US Youth Wrestling
With pre-filled scores that coaches can circle as the match takes place, this is a great standard score sheet for wrestling competitions. Consider not only keeping these as records of matches and overall progress, but also to give to...
Tired of trying to keep track of the game's score using your memory alone? Or forgetting where you put your paper and pen? Use this simply designed and easy-to-use score keeper on your mobile device or tablet!
Virginia Department of Education
Just how far away from the mean is the data point? Pupils calculate the standard deviation for a set of data and find out how many standard deviations a point is away from the mean. The teacher leads a discussion on how to calculate...
Texas Education Agency (TEA)
How important is a credit score, anyway? Scholars view a PowerPoint and take notes about credit scores. Next, they write essays explaining their plans for achieving a good credit score.
You can write some music scores using images rather than musical notation. Kids learn how they can become musical composers by using graphics or images in place of musical notation. An interesting slide-show, but a more interesting...
In this z-score worksheet, students identify the z-scores and percentiles corresponding to thirteen values. Students are also asked to find two probabilities. Worked solutions are provided after each question.
How does one get credit, and who provides credit? What is a credit score, and how can an understanding of a credit score help you to make smart financial decisions? Through discussion and worksheets, class members will identify the...
Eric and Leila's video game scores are the inspiration for writing equations with parenthesis. The numbers are purposefully large to deter the class from calculating them: rather this activity meets the standard that asks 5th graders to...
Lesson eight in this soccer series is all about finishing, or rather, scoring. That’s the goal of the game! Start out by watching some highlights of goals scored by men’s professional soccer players. Exciting! Then get the class going on...
Here's a lead up drill that can be used to practice serving, scoring, and rotation on the court for tennis or badminton. Rings for tossing are used and help the class with movement on the court and hand-eye coordination. They practice...
Understanding the importance of SAT scores is as easy as ABC. A set of three statistics lessons teaches scholars about normal distributions, the Empirical Rule, and z-scores. They apply their newfound knowledge to investigate data...
Math Learning Center
How are your learners doing with place value? Track their skill levels with a set of math assessments. The packet includes worksheets to hand out to your class, scoring checklists, a calendar for implementation, and instructions for use...
Math Learning Center
How are your second graders progressing in their math skills? Find out with a series of math assessment activities. With baseline assessment score sheets for each skill, you can track how well your kids are adding, subtracting, telling...
Learners use an interactive to determine the probability that a soccer player will score a goal. Given data over the course of several days, they determine probabilities for several different situations.
Here is a straightforward presentation about tennis. The presentation reviews scoring and the terminology of scoring. It also covers the rules around serving and playing. There is a computer activity included, but it is up to the teacher...
Frisbee golf - lesson 4 - is about scoring in the game. At the bottom of the page there are additional links, including a link to the unit plan! It's worth checking out and looking at the whole unit.
If you earned a score of 610 on the math portion of the SAT, what would be your percentile ranking? Given the mean and standard deviation of normally distributed data, find the probability of getting a particular score, or that your...
Games are great ways to motivate. The class is split into two teams; each team earns points by correctly spelling given words. To score bonus points, teams get to shoot baskets with a small ball. Tip: This game could be used to reinforce...
Education Development Center
Explore the effect of outliers through an analysis of mean, median, and standard deviation. Your classes examine and compare these measures for two groups. They must make sense of a group that has a higher mean but lower median compared...
A packet of materials from the 2011 AP® exam provides scholars with an opportunity to examine scored sample essays for the three free-response questions. Included are the prompts, the rubric, scoring guides and sample papers.
More than half of AP Chemistry test takers earn a high enough score to get college credit. Improve that statistic by using past test questions including precipitate, molarity, and chemical equations to prepare for a future exam. The...
Take a closer look at the exam. Released items from the 2001 Calculus AB exam allow teachers and pupils to view how the exam presents questions. Scholars use the questions to prepare for the test and compare their responses to the...
How would those items score? The resource provides pupils an opportunity to answer actual free-response questions and determine their scores. Items from the AP® Calculus AB exam from the 2008 administration demonstrate how topics appear...
Bridges In Mathematics
Whether or not your school has adopted Common Core standards, this resource provides great tools for assessing kindergartners' key numeracy and computation skills.
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