**ERIC Number:**ED226939

**Record Type:**RIE

**Publication Date:**1981

**Pages:**60

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**Reference Count:**0

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SCOPE (Standardized Curriculum-Oriented Pupil Evaluation) Mathematics. Test Book Grade Four.

Northwest Territories Dept. of Education, Yellowknife. Programs and Evaluation Branch.

The SCOPE Mathematics Achievement Test booklet for grade 4 presents 11 mathematical concepts with instructions for students to take the test with little or no teacher direction. Testing items are: writing number words to 100; giving the place value of any digit and using this to write in expanded form; finding a numeral between two given numerals from 0 to 10,000; adding and subtracting four-digit numbers; multiplying by multiples of 10, 100, and 1,000; multiplying up to a four-digit factor by a two-digit factor; dividing up to a three-digit dividend by a one-digit divisor; dividing multiples of 10 by 10; rounding off a six-digit number; and reading, writing, and translating Roman numerals. Other items tested are applying distributive property to multiplication; counting, adding, subtracting, and multiplying money; reading and writing decimals to 100ths; adding and subtracting decimals to 100ths; relating 1/10's and 1/100's to decimals; collecting data, constructing, and interpreting bar graphs, pictographs, and line graphs by using a one-to-one scale and a one-to-many scale; estimating and measuring standard and non-standard units; telling time to the minute; recognizing cube, cone, sphere, cylinder, pyramid, rectangular prism, triangular prism; locating angles, parallel lines, line segments, and right angles; and recognizing congruent plane shapes. (ERB)

**Publication Type:**Tests/Questionnaires

**Education Level:**N/A

**Audience:**N/A

**Language:**English

**Sponsor:**N/A

**Authoring Institution:**Northwest Territories Dept. of Education, Yellowknife. Programs and Evaluation Branch.

**Identifiers:**Standardized Curriculum Oriented Pupil Evaluation

**Note:**For related documents, see RC 013 920-927. Dr. I.R. Brooks is the developer of the test, originally known as the Achievement Test of Indian Children (ATC).