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Evaluation Tool for Basal Instructional Materials
Mathematics (2009 – 2015)
ISBN  0133682072 Publisher ‐  Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Prentice 
Hall 
Provided by the Publisher 
Provided by the Publisher 
Prentice Hall Mathematics: Course 2 Kentucky Student Edition Bundle
Type ‐ P2  Author ‐  Charles et al. 
Copyright ‐ 2008  Edition ‐  6th  Readability ‐  790L 
Course ‐  Grade 7 Mathematics  Grade(s) ‐  7 
Teacher Edition ISBN if applicable .............................................................................. 0131340018 
 
Overall Recommendation: Recommended as BASAL
if this box is not checked, the evaluators have
Overall Strengths, Weaknesses, Comments: chosen NOT recommend as basal
The text meets the requirements of the 7th grade KY Program of Studies with the minor
exceptions noted below.
 
NIMAC Accessibility N
Ancillary No
Free with Purchase Yes
Research Yes http://www.pearsonschool.com/index.cfm?locator=PSZ3Wu
Includes: Course 2 Student Edition and Kentucky Test Prep Workbook, Grade 7.
CRITERIA
This basal resource …
A. Encompasses KY Content Standards & Grade Level Expectations Strong Evidence
Text is designed to be used in an elective course outside the Program of Studies
1) Includes the 5 Big Ideas of mathematics to the following extent:
a) Number Properties and Operations Strong Evidence
b) Measurement Strong Evidence
c) Geometry Strong Evidence
d) Data Analysis and Probability Strong Evidence
e) Algebraic Thinking Strong Evidence
2) Addresses content-specific enduring understandings from the
Strong Evidence
related Program of Studies standards.
3) Addresses content-specific skills and concepts from the related
Strong Evidence
Program of Studies standards.
4) Content addressed is current, relevant and non-trivial Strong Evidence
5) Provides opportunities for critical thinking/reasoning Strong Evidence
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6) Strengths, Weaknesses, Comments:
• Specific strengths-which areas/concepts are covered exceptionally well?
• Specific weaknesses-which areas/concepts would likely require supplementing?
The Data Analysis and Probability strand is strong. Although students conduct experiments,
there is no evidence of designing experiments. There is also not use of the terms clusters
and gaps in describing data.
The Algebraic strand is strong, but requires supplementing in the area of two-step inequalities.
 
B. Functionality & Suitability Strong Evidence
1) Suitability Strong Evidence
• Should be suitable for use with a diverse population and is free of bias regarding race, age,
ethnicity, gender, religion, social and/or geographic environment; is free of stereotyping or bias
of any kind.
2) Content quality Strong Evidence
• Free from factual errors
• Content is presented conceptually when possible—more than a mere collection of facts
• Content included accurately represents the knowledge base of the discipline
• Theories/scientific models contained represent a broad consensus of the scientific community
• Interconnections among mathematical topics
3) Connections to Literacy Strong Evidence
• Employs a variety of reading levels and is grade/level appropriate
• Use of multiple representations-concrete, visual/spatial, graphs, charts, etc.
• Provides opportunities for summarizing, reviewing, and reinforcing vocabulary skills and
concepts at multiple levels of difficulty for a variety of learning styles.
• Student text provides opportunity to integrate reading and writing
• Uses vocabulary that is age and content appropriate
• Focuses on critical vocabulary vs. extensive lists
• Identifies key vocabulary through definitions in both text and glossary
• The text is engaging and facilitates learning
• Embedded activities enhance the understanding of the text
Note: may apply to either student or teacher editions
4) Connections to Technology Strong Evidence
• Integrates technology and reflects the impact of technological advances
• Uses technology in the collection and/or manipulation of authentic data
• Embeds web links as a mathematics resource.
5) Support for Diverse Learners
Strong Evidence
• Provides support for ESL students
• Provides support for differentiation of instruction in diverse classrooms
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• Challenge for gifted and talented students
• Support for students with learning difficulties
Note: may apply to either student or teacher editions
6) Strengths, Weaknesses, Comments:
• Reviewers may provide page numbers to point out specific strong examples for individual
evaluation standards.
The text offers many connections to literacy throughout the lessons.
Internet links are provided for chapter projects, homework video tutor, and online quizzes and
tests. The use of graphing calculators and spreadsheets are included in lessons and labs.
Tips for differentiated learning are embedded throughout the text.
C. Supports Inquiry and Skill Development Strong Evidence
1) Promotes Inquiry, research and Application of Learning
Strong Evidence
• Provides opportunities for inquiry and research that includes activities such as gathering
information, researching resources, observing, interviewing, and evaluating information,
analyzing and synthesizing data and communicating findings and conclusions, formulating
authentic questions to deepen and extend mathematical reasoning.
• Requires students to use higher-level cognitive skills (analysis, synthesis, evaluation,
generalizing, justifying, etc.)
• Provides activities and projects for students to deepen their knowledge and cultivate and
strengthen problem-solving and decision-making skills.
• Provides opportunities for application of learned concepts.
• Uses a variety of relevant charts, graphs, diagrams, number lines, and other illustrations to invite
and motivate students to engage in discussion, problem solving, and other high-order thinking
skills.
• Emphasizes conceptual understandings that invite students to predict, conclude, evaluate,
develop and extend ideas to support reasoning.
Note: may apply to either teacher or student edition
2) Skill Development
Strong Evidence
• Provides opportunities to make sense of all mathematics
• Provides opportunities to recognize, create, and extend patterns.
• Provides opportunities for critical thinking and reasoning.
• Provides opportunities to justify/prove responses.
• Provides opportunities to ask deeper questions.
• Contains embedded activities (or extensions) that emphasize use of technology for problem
solving
Note: may apply to either teacher or student edition
3) Strengths, Weaknesses, Comments:
Activity labs, chapter projects and math games provide opportunity for deeper questioning and
critical thinking.
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D. Supports Best Practices of Teaching and Learning Strong Evidence
1) Engages Students
Strong Evidence
• Includes content geared to the needs, interests, and abilities of all students
• Engages and motivates students using components such as real-life situations, simulations,
experiments, and data gathering.
• Includes information and activities that assist students in seeing relevance of concepts (where
appropriate) to their own lives and experiences
• Provides a variety of strategies, activities, and materials to enhance student learning at the
appropriate learning levels
• Activities are truly congruent to the concepts addressed, not merely correlated
Note: may apply to either teacher or student edition
2) Uses Assessment to Inform Instruction
Strong Evidence
• Includes multiple means of assessment as an integral part of instruction
• Provides evaluation measures in the teacher edition that supports differentiated learning activities
• Embedded assessments reflect a variety of Depth of Knowledge levels
Note: may apply to either teacher or student edition
3) Strengths, Weaknesses, Comments:
• Reviewers may provide page numbers to point out specific strong examples for individual
evaluation standards
Each lesson contains check-point quizzes along with chapter exams (includes multiple choice,
short answer and extended response items). The teacher edition contains alternative
assessments. There are test-taking strategies preceding each chapter test.
E. Has an Organization/ Format that Supports Learning and Strong Evidence
Teaching
1) Organizational Quality Strong Evidence
• Print and/or electronic materials present minimal barriers to learners, but also add encouragement
for students to stretch and make further explorations.
• Presents chapters/lessons in an organized and logical sequence
• Provides clearly stated objectives for each lesson.
• Uses text features (e.g., titles, headings, subheadings, review questions, goals, objectives, space,
print, type size, color) to enhance readability.
• Makes use of various forms of media (e.g., CD’s, recordings, videos, cassette tapes, computer
software, web-based components, interactive software, calculators, physical and virtual
manipulatives) as either student or teacher resources
• Includes clear, accurate, appropriate and clearly explained illustrations and/or graphics that
reinforce content standards.
• Incorporates a glossary, footnotes, recordings, pictures, and/or tests that aid pupils and teachers
in using the book effectively
• Uses grade-appropriate type size
• Included media are durable, easy to use and have technical merit
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• Construction appears to be durable and able to withstand normal use
2) Essential Components (beyond student and teacher text)
Strong Evidence
• Items identified as essential components support the learning goals and concept coverage of the
basal
3) Strengths, Weaknesses, Comments:
• Reviewers may provide page numbers to point out specific strong examples for individual
evaluation standards.
The essential components support the learning goals and concepts in the text. It includes KCCT
and other standardized test practice questions.
F. Has available Ancillary/ Gratis Materials
Note: The decision whether to recommend or not recommend this Strong Evidence
resource as a basal should not be influenced by Section F
1) Ancillary/Gratis Materials
• Coordinates teacher resources easily with student material (e.g., accompaniments included,
student pages shown, instructional technology indicated).
• Are well-organized and easy to use
• Provide substantive learning opportunities and are congruent with student learning goals
• Provide opportunities for high-level thinking, assessment, and/or problem solving
• Provides opportunities for intervention.
2) Strengths, Weaknesses, Comments:
• Reviewers may provide page numbers to point out specific strong examples for individual
evaluation standards.
Ancillary materials include ExamView test bank,Teacher Online Access Pack, Powerpoints
presentations, and all teacher resources (on CD-ROM).
 
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