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Re: Review Sheet update
Posted: Feb 27, 2008 4:44 PM
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You can always just copy and paste only the questions into a blank word document and then you would have already printed out an answer key.?

~Stephanie




-----Original Message-----
From: msedfun@aol.com
To: nysmathab@mathforum.org
Sent: Mon, 25 Feb 2008 11:47 pm
Subject: Re: Review Sheet update

















Initially I suggested that people put the solution after each problem. Some

have, some haven't. There aren't separate pages set up with answers or

anything, and the only stuff in the wiki is stuff that we take the time to post.

Maybe people who post the complete 16-problem review sheets can also post an

answer key along with it, or as a separate page in the same document. If anyone

has a good idea for handling this, please chime in.



The only problem I see with this is that if we post the answers with the problems it makes it more difficult to print them out to use in class.? After all - let's not give the little darlings TOO much help :).? Do you think it would be possible to list all the problems first, and then all the solutions together following them??



Sharon :)















-----Original Message-----

From: Kate Nowak <Knowak@fmschools.org>

To: nysmathab@mathforum.org

Sent: Mon, 25 Feb 2008 10:09 pm

Subject: RE: Review Sheet update













Initially I suggested that people put the solution after each problem. Some

have, some haven't. There aren't separate pages set up with answers or

anything, and the only stuff in the wiki is stuff that we take the time to post.

Maybe people who post the complete 16-problem review sheets can also post an

answer key along with it, or as a separate page in the same document. If anyone

has a good idea for handling this, please chime in.



Kate Nowak

Mathematics Teacher

Fayetteville Manlius High School

Math Office: 692-1951









-----Original Message-----

From: owner-nysmathab@mathforum.org on behalf of KByrne

Sent: Mon 2/25/2008 9:09 PM

To: nysmathab@mathforum.org

Subject: Re: Review Sheet update



Is there a way to generate an answer key as we post the test items?

----- Original Message -----

From: Joe Mahoney

To: nysmathab@mathforum.org

Sent: Monday, February 25, 2008 8:15 AM

Subject: Review Sheet update





Good morning!





To date, I have received 48 requests to share review sheets. What I am asking

everyone to do is to upload their review sheets to Kate Nowak's wiki page,

located at:





http://nysalgebrareview.pbwiki.com/





Follow the instructions on the page to upload files. Should you need the

invite key, it's coffee.





Try to keep it to 16 questions - 10 MC, 2 each 2,3, and 4 point constructed

response. Those 16 questions are also broken down by content strand:





7 Algebra

3 Geometry

3 Statistics

2 Number Sense

1 Measurement





Kudos to Kate once again for setting this up! And thanks to all who have

already or will be contributing to this.











Joe Mahoney



Teacher of Mathematics



Putnam Valley HS



Putnam Valley, NY 10579



845.526.7847



www.os4e.com/pvcsd/pvhs/jmahoney





















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