## Topic outline

- General
- NOTICE
### NOTICE

### These resources are aligned to the mathematics COE administered through the 2016-17 school year. These resources ARE NOT APPROVED for use as assessments for the COE-Local assessment to be administered starting the 2018-19 school year.

- Mathematics COE Instructional Tasks
### Mathematics COE Instructional Tasks

**Mathematics COE Instructional Tasks for the Classroom**In this section, instructional tasks are presented that are aligned to the Year One Mathematics K-12 Learning Standards. These have all been updated following rangefinding and scoring of the first submissions of the Mathematics COE. The exemplars model student work that we saw. The rubrics now reflect those used in scoring. Use these with other well-considered resources as you prepare for the Mathematics COE.

**Classroom Instructional Tasks Similar to Those in the Task Bank**Instructional tasks are similar to the tasks in the task bank, which is intentional. It's our goal to provide tasks that align to the same standards and claims as the Mathematics COE task bank but with a change in context. In this way, teachers will be able to incorporate these instructional tasks into their curriculum when they teach the mathematics standards. This will help students develop a high quality COE.

Remember, classroom tasks are not assessment materials and are not secure. Most instructional tasks were written by groups of Washington State Educators and have gone through the same rigorous process as the inclusion bank tasks. We encourage you to adapt the instructional tasks to meet the learning needs of your students.**Creatures from Beyond - Use math skills to combat creatures from another planet.****Running for Fun - Christine and Ethan enjoy running, and they use their math skills to calculate heart rates, costs, time and other related projects around running for fun!****Usain Bolt - Athletes, Usain Bolt, Chris Johnson, and Jeff, use math skills to consider running times and rates in order to evaluate their own performances.****Summer Sightseeing - Anton and Joe decide to take some mini trips during the summer. Use math skills to consider their traveling times, distances, and rates.****Classic Car - Sven purchases a classic car and uses his math skills to pay for the car and to project future profits from his investment.****Movie Theater - Many Americans enjoy going out to the movie theaters. Use your math skills to analyze and make sense out of data on tickets sales and revenue.**

- Resources
### Resources