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  • Algebra I Assessments

    The Charles A. Dana Center at The University of Texas at Austin

    performance tasks aligned to the Texas standards

    A publication of the Charles A. Dana Center an organized research unit of The University of Texas at Austin

    2009

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    Copyright 2002, 2009, Charles A. Dana Center at The University of Texas at Austin

    First edition copyright Charles A. Dana Center, The University of Texas at Austin, 2002. This second edition is copyright Charles A. Dana Center, The University of Texas at Austin, 2009.

    Unless otherwise indicated, the materials found in this resource are the copyrighted property of the Charles A. Dana Center at The University of Texas at Austin (the University). No part of this resource shall be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted by any means—electronically, mechanically, or via photocopying, recording, or otherwise, including via methods yet to be invented—without express written permission from the University, except under the following conditions:

    1) We cannot grant you permission to use materials that we do not exclusively own. Any requests for permission to use materials that include a copyright notice other than our own should be directed to the owner of the copyright. The following excludes materials not exclusively owned by the Charles A. Dana Center at The University of Texas at Austin.

    a) Teachers and educational administrators may reproduce and use one printed copy of the material for their personal use without obtaining further permission from the University, subject to the terms and conditions listed below (item 2).

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    Copyright 2002, 2009, Charles A. Dana Center at The University of Texas at Austin

    In keeping with our longstanding practice, we use all funds generated through use of our materials to further our nonprofit educational mission. Please send your permission requests or questions to this address:

    Charles A. Dana Center Fax (512) 232-1855 The University of Texas at Austin dana-txshop@utlists.utexas.edu P.O. Box M Austin, TX 78713

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    We have made extensive efforts to ensure the accuracy of the information in this resource. The Charles A. Dana Center and The University of Texas at Austin, as well as the authors and editors, assume no liability for any loss or damage resulting from the use of this resource. If you find an error, please email us at dana-txshop@utlists.utexas.edu.

    In addition, we have made every effort to provide proper acknowledgement of original sources and to comply with copyright law. If any instance is identified where the reader believes this has not been done, please contact the Charles A. Dana Center at dana-txshop@utlists.utexas.edu to correct any omissions.

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    About the development of this book The Charles A. Dana Center has developed this standards-aligned mathematics education resource for mathematics teachers.

    The development and production of the first edition of Algebra I Assessments (2002) was supported by the National Science Foundation under cooperative agreement #ESR-9712001 and the Charles A. Dana Center at the University of Texas at Austin. The development and production of this second edition, Algebra I Assessments: Performance Tasks Aligned to the Texas Standards (2009) was supported by the Charles A. Dana Center. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation or The University of Texas at Austin.

    This second edition updates the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills statements and alignment charts to align with the state’s 2005–06 revisions to the Mathematics TEKS. The 2009 revision of the Mathematics TEKS did not make any revisions to the Algebra I TEKS. The assessments have also been re-edited for clarity and to correct some minor errors.

    About the Charles A. Dana Center at The University of Texas at Austin The Dana Center works to raise student achievement in K–16 mathematics and science, especially for historically underserved populations. We do so by providing direct service to school districts and institutions of higher education; to local, state, and national education leaders; and to agencies, nonprofits, and professional organizations concerned with strengthening American mathematics and science education.

    The Center was founded in 1991 in the College of Natural Sciences at The University of Texas at Austin. Our original purpose—which continues in our work today—was to increase the diversity of students who successfully pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields.

    We carry out our work by supporting high standards and building system capacity; developing partnerships with key state and national organizations; creating and delivering professional supports for educators and education leaders; and writing and publishing education resources, including student supports.

    Our staff of more than 60 researchers and education professionals has worked intensively with dozens of school systems in nearly 20 states and with 90 percent of Texas’s more than 1,000 school districts. As one of the College’s largest research units, the Dana Center works to further the university’s mission of achieving excellence in education, research, and public service. We are committed to ensuring that the accident of where a child attends school does not limit the academic opportunities he or she can pursue.

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    For more information about the Dana Center and our programs and resources, see our homepage at www.utdanacenter.org. To access our resources (many of them free), please see www.utdanacenter.org/products. See our professional development site at www.utdanacenter.org/pd for descriptions and online sign-up for our professional development offerings.

    This book was produced in Adobe InDesign.

    2009 release.

    ISBN: 1-933765-14-3

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    Acknowledgements

    Unless otherwise noted, individuals listed here are affiliated with the Charles A. Dana Center at The University of Texas at Austin.

    Project Directors

    Susan Hudson Hull, director of national initiatives (first and second editions) Emma Treviño, mathematics education team leader (second edition)

    Contributing Authors

    First Edition

    Basia Hall, Pasadena Independent School District Diane McGowan, senior program coordinator Diane Reed, Ysleta Independent School District Emma Treviño, senior program coordinator

    Charles A. Dana Center Editorial and Production Team

    First Edition

    Diane McGowan, editor Chara Harris, assistant editor Hee-Joon Kim, assistant editor Xuhui Li, assistant editor

    Second Edition

    Lisa Brown, project manager and lead writer Amy Dolejs, lead editor Steve Engler, copyeditor Rachel Jenkins, consulting editor Laura Maldonado, administrative associate Joyce Polanco, writer Linda Shaub, writer Danielle Seabold, writer Sarah Searcy, editor Karen Snow, writer Phil Swann, senior designer Pam Walker, writer Carmen Whitman, consultant, Mathematics for All Consulting

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    Our Thanks First Edition

    Algebra I Assessments Advisory Team

    Elizabeth Boehm, San Antonio Urban Systemic Initiative Sue Borders, Texas Education Agency Assessment Division Juan Manuel Gonzalez, Laredo Independent School District Julie Guthrie, Texas Education Agency Assessment Division Basia Hall, Pasadena Independent School District Linda Fralick, Harcourt Educational Measurement Frank Hawkins, Prairie View A&M University Queen Henderson, Dallas Independent School District Bill Hopkins, Charles A. Dana Center Susan Hudson Hull, Charles A. Dana Center Charles Lamb, Texas A&M University (retired) Kelli Mallory, Region X Education Service Center Barbara Montalto, Texas Education Agency Diane McGowan, Charles A. Dana Center Robbie McGowen, Bryan Independent School District Anne Papakonstantinou, Rice University Erika Pierce, Charles A. Dana Center Rachel Pinkston, Alief Independent School District Diane Reed, Ysleta Independent School District Norma Rodriguez, Pharr-San Juan-Alamo Independent School District Ann Shannon, National Center on Education and the Economy Jane Silvey, Region VII Education Service Center Pam Summers, Lubbock Independent School District Dick Stanley, University of California at Berkeley Susan Thomas, Alamo Heights Independent School District Emma Treviño, Charles A. Dana Center

    With Special Thanks To:

    Diane Butler, Saint Stephens School, Austin; Vicki Massey, Austin Independent School District; Michael McCarley, Bryan Independent School District; Shari McCarley, Bryan Independent School District; Patricia Rossman, Austin Independent School District; Cynthia Sloan, Austin Independent School District; Julie Welch, Austin Independent School District

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