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Math Programs Quick Reference McGraw-Hill School Education Group publishes several types of intervention math programs to meet your student needs. Below is a chart that provides a quick overview, facts, time allocations, appropriate student base, and content. Math Triumphs Program Type Overview Appropriate for Number Worlds Intervention Intervention A Tier III intervention program designed around the NCTM Focal Points that helps students to master the foundational skills and concepts from prior grades that are prerequisites to the current Gradelevel Focal Points. Students in Grades K-12 who are 2 or more grade levels behind in Math An intensive prevention/ intervention program PreK-6 students who are 1 or more levels behind in math PinPoint Math Supplemental Intervention An intervention program that Incorporates diagnostic assessment, targeted instruction and progress monitoring. Connecting Math Concepts DI Alternative Basal A complete teacher-directed basal program that helps students to compute, solve problems, and think mathematically. Students in grades 1-7, who are 2 or more grade levels behind Grades K-8 Replacement for core program Corrective Math Math Laboratories DI Intervention Self-paced Supplemental A box of 300 leveled, supplemental activity cards A flexible, strategic, intensive modular units that supports a core math program Grade 3-Adult students who are working below grade level Grades 4-6 students who need practice & reinforcement Time 50-minute lessons Average of 6 lessons per chapter 20 and 30-day summer school pacing guides provided in the Implementation Guide 30-45-minute lessons 30-45 minute lessons 30-55 minute lessons 25-45 minute lessons 20-30 minutes Levels A-C 30-week course Varied: Student booklet pages and online computer tutorials are based on individual needs. A year long curriculum Modules are 5570 lessons with a lesson taught per day Self-paced and ongoing Levels D-H Six 4-week units per grade Levels Lessons A-D 120 E 125 Bridge 70 F 100 Quick Facts Math Triumphs Number Worlds The first and only NCTM intervention program designed around the NCTM Focal Points Prevention: Levels A-B for PreKK 4-color consumable Student Study Guide worktexts focus on the foundational skills and concepts of the Grade Level NCTM Focal Points. Each chapter begins with a diagnostic assessment to identify concepts and skills students may need to review or reinforce before introducing the new chapter. Designed for use in after-school, before-school, summer school, intercession, tutoring, or pull-out resource rooms. Level C for Grade 1 Intervention: Levels D-H for Grades 2-6 working on K-4 levels Placement tests pinpoint the exact lesson where students need to begin in the program. PinPoint Math Intervention: Levels A-G for Grades 1-7 Each grade is broken into 6 volumes. Connecting Math Concepts Levels: A : Grades K-1 B: Grades 1-2 C: Grades 2-3 D: Grades 4-8 E: Grades 5-8 Bridge: Gr 6-8 F: Grades 6-8 A pretest is given to all students. The teacher prepares individual or group assignments based on test results. There is a placement test for each level to determine whether students have prerequisite skills needed for the program. Students complete the introduction page with teacher assistance. The lessons are scripted and can be taught in small groups or whole class. Students complete, Topic Summary, Mixed Review, and Progress Monitoring pages. Corrective Math Math Laboratories Modules: • Addition • Subtractio n • Multiplicati on • Addition • Basic Fractions • Fractions, Decimals, & Percents • Ratios and Equations Levels: 2a: Grade 4 2b: Grade 5 2c: Grade 6 A comprehensive placement test identifies which module and lesson a student needs to start. The lessons are scripted. A placement test is used to determine where each student should start. Students work at their own pace, check their own answers, and monitor their own progress—taking ownership for their learning and developing independence. Content Math Triumphs Number Worlds Grade-leveled intervention designed to focus on prerequisite skills needed to be successful in each grade level Modular Units • Counting, Single digit numbers, Number Concept/ Symbol link • Number Sense • Number Patterns & Relationships • Addition • Subtractio n • Geometry & Measurement • Data Analysis & Applications Each Student Study Guide covers the prerequisites for one Grade-level NCTM Focal Point 3-part approach to vocabulary, which includes visual representations Manipulatives used throughout Student Study Guides Foldables (a 3dimensional note taking strategy) referenced in each chapter to organize key concepts PinPoint Math Volumes 6 volumes and each broken down by topic that prioritize concepts and skills. Connecting Math Concepts Organized by tracks, the ongoing development of a particular topic across several lessons. Students progress through volumes In each lesson, individually or in students work on small groups. four to six tracks, such as— Each lesson is counting, divided into the symbols, more/ format Model It, less/equal, Understand It, addition/ and Try It. Subtraction, place value, problem Moves from solving, and concrete to application. abstract models and teacherdirected to student independent work. Corrective Math Focuses on core concepts, rules, and mathematical reasoning to help students: • learn and retain facts • understan d place value • understan d fractions, decimals and percents • solve computational problems • accurately translate word problems into numerical statements Math Laboratories Works ideally as a supplement to any other math program. Covers • basic facts • number concepts • whole number computations • measurem ent and geometry • fractions, decimals, and percents probability, data and graphsIncludes focused practice of core math skills and concepts in isolation and mixed practice opportunities. Math Triumphs Assessment and Progress Monitoring Extensive entry/diagnostic assessments are built into the Student Study Guides, TEs, Assessment Masters and the OSE through AdvanceTracker to diagnose and prescribe Progress Checks every 2-3 lessons Chapter Pre-Tests Chapter Tests 2-page Standards Practice following each Chapter Tests ExamView Assessment Suite available AdvanceTracker (progress monitoring system) assesses student’s progression of the content and identifies appropriate volume and/or chapter. Also testbuilding with scoring and data collection/progress reports. Number Worlds • • • • PinPoint Math Diagnostic Assessment that identifies level and volume Chapter Quizzes Chapter Tests Comprehe nsive that assess multiple chapters Connecting Math Concepts • Placement Test that identifies program level • Periodic Mastery Tests Corrective Math Math Laboratories KEY PHRASE Teacher Involvement Small Group Work Independent Work Emphasis on Concept Development Emphasis on Skill Acquisition Tutorial Technology Intelligent Technology Use of Manipulatives Progress Monitoring Research Key Differentiators to Keep In Mind When Selling Key: 0=None, 1=Low, 4=High Math Triumphs Number Worlds PinPoint Connecting Math Math Concepts Comprehensive Conceptual Skills based DI core all inclusive development intervention intervention in intervention intervention Spec Ed 4 2 4 4 Corrective Math DI skills based supplemental 4 Math Laboratories Skills based supplemental 1 4 2 4 4 2 4 4 4 3 4 2 2 1 1 4 2 4 4 4 4 1 2 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 2 0 0 3 3 or 4 3 4 1 3 3 (Information Station) 4 2 4 2 0 3 3 or 4 2 0 4 0 0 0 2 0