Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program (TCAP) Grade 2 Assessment Math Item Sampler Scoring Information


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1 Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program (TCAP) Grade 2 Assessment Math Item Sampler Scoring Information
2 Scoring Information Table 2 provides the question number, item type, standard alignment (Standard), readaloud designation (Read Aloud), and scoring information (Key and Point Value) for each item. The key is provided for multiple choice (MC) and multiple select (MS) items. An asterisk indicates that the scoring information for twopoint multipart (MP), fillintheblank (FIB), and integrated (INT) items is provided in the scoring guides on the following pages. Table 2. Sampler Item Information Question Number Item Type Standard Read Aloud Key Point Value 1 MP 2.OA.A.1 ü * 2 2 MP 2.OA.A.1 ü * 2 3 FIB 2.OA.B.2 * 1 4 FIB 2.OA.B.2 * 1 5 FIB 2.OA.B.2 * 1 6 MS 2.OA.B.2 BCE 1 7 MC 2.OA.C.3 ü C 1 8 MC 2.OA.C.3 ü A 1 9 MP 2.OA.C.4 ü * 2 10 MC 2.NBT.A.1 A 1 11 MC 2.NBT.A.1 D 1 12 MC 2.NBT.A.1 D 1 13 MC 2.NBT.A.2 ü C 1 14 MC 2.NBT.A.2 ü B 1 15 MP 2.NBT.A.3 ü * 2 16 MC 2.NBT.A.4 A 1 17 MC 2.NBT.A.4 ü A 1 18 MC 2.NBT.A.4 ü A 1 19 FIB 2.NBT.B.5 * 1 20 FIB 2.NBT.B.5 * 1 21 FIB 2.NBT.B.5 * 1 22 MS 2.NBT.B.5 BC 1 23 MS 2.NBT.B.5 ACE 1 24 MC 2.NBT.B.6 C 1 25 MC 2.NBT.B.6 ü A 1 26 MP 2.NBT.B.7 ü * 2 27 MP 2.NBT.B.7 ü * 2 28 MP 2.NBT.B.9 ü * 2 29 MP 2.NBT.B.9 ü * 2 30 MC 2.MD.A.1 ü B 1 TCAP Grade 2 Assessment Item Sampler, Math: Scoring Information 2
3 Question Number Item Type Standard Read Aloud Key Point Value 31 MC 2.MD.A.1 ü B 1 32 MP 2.MD.A.2 ü * 2 33 MC 2.MD.A.3 ü D 1 34 MC 2.MD.A.4 ü A 1 35 MC 2.MD.B.5 ü B 1 36 MC 2.MD.B.5 ü D 1 37 MP 2.MD.B.6 ü * 2 38 MC 2.MD.C.7 ü C 1 39 MC 2.MD.C.7 ü C 1 40 MC 2.MD.C.8 ü C 1 41 MC 2.MD.C.8 ü D 1 42 MP 2.MD.D.9 ü * 2 43 MC 2.MD.D.10 ü D 1 44 MC 2.MD.D.10 ü C 1 45 MC 2.G.A.1 ü A 1 46 MC 2.G.A.1 ü D 1 47 MC 2.G.A.2 ü B 1 48 MC 2.G.A.3 ü C 1 49 MC 2.G.A.3 ü D 1 50 INT 2.MD.D.10 2.G.A.1 ü * 6 TCAP Grade 2 Assessment Item Sampler, Math: Scoring Information 3
4 Scoring Guides Question 1 Elena has colored 25 pictures in a coloring book. A. She colors 23 more pictures in the book. What is the total number of pictures Elena has colored in the book? B. She wants to color all of the pictures in the coloring book. There are 90 pictures in the book. Write an equation to show how many more pictures Elena needs to color so that she has colored all of the pictures in the book. 2 Student earns 2 points. Part A score 1 point correct answer Part B score 1 point correct equation OR correctly follows from Part A Correct Answers Part A: 48 (pictures) Part B: = 42 Note: Accept any equation that correctly uses an unknown, such as =? or 48 + = 90. TCAP Grade 2 Assessment Item Sampler, Math: Scoring Information 4
5 Question 2 Marlon bakes 24 cookies. Ria bakes 6 more cookies than Marlon bakes. A. Write an equation to show how to find the number of cookies Ria bakes. B. How many cookies do Marlon and Ria bake all together? 2 Student earns 2 points. Part A score 1 point correct equation Part B score 1 point correct answer OR correctly follows from Part A Correct Answers Part A: = 30 Note: Accept any equation that correctly uses an unknown, such as =? or =. Part B: 54 (cookies) TCAP Grade 2 Assessment Item Sampler, Math: Scoring Information 5
6 Question 3 Subtract: Item score 1 point one correct answer Correct Answer(s) 8 TCAP Grade 2 Assessment Item Sampler, Math: Scoring Information 6
7 Question 4 Find each sum or difference. Write the sum or difference in the box. Item score 1 point two correct answers Correct Answer(s) TCAP Grade 2 Assessment Item Sampler, Math: Scoring Information 7
8 Question 5 Fill in each box with the number that makes the equation true. Item score 1 point three correct answers Correct Answer(s) = = = 19 TCAP Grade 2 Assessment Item Sampler, Math: Scoring Information 8
9 Question 9 Anthony writes this equation to show the number of turtles in a picture. A. Which of these is most likely the picture? B. Use repeated addition to write a different equation to show the number of turtles in the picture. 2 Student earns 2 points. Part A score 1 point correct answer Part B score 1 point correct equation TCAP Grade 2 Assessment Item Sampler, Math: Scoring Information 9
10 Correct Answers Part A: B Part B: = 12 or 12 = TCAP Grade 2 Assessment Item Sampler, Math: Scoring Information 10
11 Question 15 This is the expanded form of a number. A. Write the number in standard form. B. Write the number in word form. 2 Student earns 2 points. Part A score 1 point correct answer Part B score 1 point correct answer Correct Answers Part A: 147 Part B: one hundred fortyseven Note: Accept any version of the correct answer that contains misspelled words. TCAP Grade 2 Assessment Item Sampler, Math: Scoring Information 11
12 Question 19 Add: Item score 1 point one correct answer Correct Answer(s) 71 TCAP Grade 2 Assessment Item Sampler, Math: Scoring Information 12
13 Question 20 Subtract: Item score 1 point one correct answer Correct Answer(s) 55 TCAP Grade 2 Assessment Item Sampler, Math: Scoring Information 13
14 Question 21 Fill in each box with the number that makes the equation true. Item score 1 point two correct answers Correct Answer(s) = = 38 TCAP Grade 2 Assessment Item Sampler, Math: Scoring Information 14
15 Question 26 A store has 372 flashlights. The store sells 143 flashlights. A. Write an equation to show how to find how many flashlights the store has left. B. How many flashlights does the store have left? 2 Student earns 2 points. Part A score 1 point correct equation Part B score 1 point correct answer OR correctly follows from Part A Correct Answers Part A: = 229 Note: Accept any equation that correctly uses an unknown, such as =? or = 372. Part B: 229 (flashlights) TCAP Grade 2 Assessment Item Sampler, Math: Scoring Information 15
16 Question 27 Flynn adds 137 and 345. This is the first step in his work. A. Fill in the box to complete the next step in Flynn s work. B. What is? 2 Student earns 2 points. Part A score 1 point correct answer Part B score 1 point correct answer Correct Answers Part A: 80 Part B: 482 TCAP Grade 2 Assessment Item Sampler, Math: Scoring Information 16
17 Question 28 Max adds 15 and 6. A. Fill in the box to show a step Max could use. B. What is? 2 Student earns 2 points. Part A score 1 point correct answer Part B score 1 point correct answer Correct Answers Part A: 5 Part B: 21 TCAP Grade 2 Assessment Item Sampler, Math: Scoring Information 17
18 Question 29 Paul counts 48 tickets. Sonya counts 20 fewer tickets than Paul. A. Which of these tells a way to find how many tickets Sonya counts? Add 2 tens to 48. Subtract 2 tens from 48. Add 2 ones to 48. Subtract 2 ones from 48. B. How many tickets does Sonya count? 2 Student earns 2 points. Part A score 1 point correct answer Part B score 1 point correct answer Correct Answers Part A: B Part B: 28 (tickets) TCAP Grade 2 Assessment Item Sampler, Math: Scoring Information 18
19 Question 32 The length of the same desk is measured two times. First measurement: 36 inches Second measurement: 3 feet In each box, circle the word that makes the sentence true. A. It takes inches than feet to measure the length of the desk. B. An inch is than a foot. 2 Student earns 2 points. Part A score 1 point correct answer Part B score 1 point correct answer Correct Answers Part A: more Part B: shorter TCAP Grade 2 Assessment Item Sampler, Math: Scoring Information 19
20 Question 37 A wooden board is 96 inches long. A. Points A, B, C, and D are on this number line. Circle the point that shows the length, in inches, of the board. Jenny cuts these two lengths of wood from the board. B. Draw a point on this number line to show the total length, in inches, of the wood that Jenny cuts from the board. 2 Student earns 2 points. Part A score 1 point correct circled point Part B score 1 point correctly drawn point TCAP Grade 2 Assessment Item Sampler, Math: Scoring Information 20
21 Correct Answers Part A: D Part B: TCAP Grade 2 Assessment Item Sampler, Math: Scoring Information 21
22 Question 42 Use the centimeter (cm) side of your ruler to measure to the nearest centimeter. Measure the height of each model tree. TCAP Grade 2 Assessment Item Sampler, Math: Scoring Information 22
23 A. Which tally chart shows the heights of the trees? B. This line plot shows the heights of other model trees. Finish the line plot so it also shows the heights of the trees you measured. TCAP Grade 2 Assessment Item Sampler, Math: Scoring Information 23
24 2 Student earns 2 points. Part A score 1 point correct answer Part B score 1 point correctly finished line plot Correct Answers Part A: B Part B: TCAP Grade 2 Assessment Item Sampler, Math: Scoring Information 24
25 Question 50 Kari has some shapes. The numbers of shapes she has are shown in this bar graph. A. What is the total number of shapes Kari has? B. How many more 5sided shapes does Kari have than 3sided shapes? C. How many quadrilaterals does Kari have? D. What is the name of the shape Kari has with the greatest number of angles? Kari s teacher gives her 2 triangles and 3 hexagons. E. How many shapes does Kari have now? F. How many sides does one of the hexagons have? TCAP Grade 2 Assessment Item Sampler, Math: Scoring Information 25
26 6 Student earns 6 points. 5 Student earns 5 points. 4 Student earns 4 points. 3 Student earns 3 points. 2 Student earns 2 points. Part A score 1 point correct answer Part B score 1 point correct answer Part C score 1 point correct answer Part D score 1 point correct answer Part E score 1 point correct answer OR correctly follows from Part A Part F score 1 point correct answer Correct Answers Part A: 11 (shapes) Part B: 1 (shape) Part C: 6 (quadrilaterals) Part D: pentagon Note: Accept any version of the correct answer that is misspelled. Part E: 16 (shapes) Part F: 6 (sides) TCAP Grade 2 Assessment Item Sampler, Math: Scoring Information 26
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