Anyone use Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Math???

Discussion in 'Second Grade' started by Stretch9382, Sep 7, 2007.

  1. Stretch9382

    Stretch9382 Rookie

    Aug 26, 2007
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    Sep 7, 2007

    Hello Everyone!

    I'm a new second grade teacher and I need some advice. I'm hoping that some of you use the Macmillan/McGraw-Hill math program. I understand how it outlines the daily lesson. However, I am a little uncertain how testing works. Do you test them at the end of every chapter? If so, do you usually go through a chapter a week or does it take a little longer? Are tests provided anywhere or do you make your own tests? I hope I haven't confused anyone. Thanks for all of your help!
  3. map

    map Companion

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    Sep 14, 2007

    I'm in the same boat as you. Our district just purchased this series and we haven't received anything but the student workbooks. I hope everything else comes sooooooooooooon. There is suppose to be a disk that all the tests are on. As soon as I get my supplies we maybe able to help each other.
  4. robinkoz

    robinkoz New Member

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    Sep 19, 2007


    We use Macmillan in my school. Our teacher manuals included a separate book that contained the chapter tests. There is black line masters. There is an A test and a B test. We usually give the B because A is a little to easy. In the students large math manual, there is a review page at the end of each chapter. We send that home the night before the test for them to review. I have been able to do a lesson a day. And, I test at the end of each chapter.

    There are other manuals that came along with our set, so I look in those for other worksheets, if the students need reinforcement. The word problem manual is great for checking their understanding. And, the flip chart has a problem for the day to go along with each lesson.

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