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## Zasoby dla nauczycieli i rodziców

### Course: Zasoby dla nauczycieli i rodziców > Jednostka 1

Lekcja 2: Using Official SAT Practice (w języku angielskim)# Use PSAT 8/9 to differentiate on Khan Academy

## Use PSAT 8/9 to differentiate on Khan Academy

The College Board PSAT 8/9 is the first test in the SAT suite of assessments and the first opportunity for teachers to use official College Board results to guide student practice and develop personalized study plans on Khan Academy.

**Assign relevant content to your students**

Student results from the math portion of the PSAT 8/9 will highlight distinct student needs. Teachers can assign highly-relevant skills to students in each score range by using the suggestions listed at the bottom of this article.

To assign a skill, click into a class from your Teacher dashboard and use the Assignments tab on the left-hand side of the screen.

**Download and let students search for content independently**

Teachers can also download and print these lists for your students to search and practice independently. Download the lists here

**How can I motivate students?**

Consider setting up a tracking system on your classroom walls or digitally. The system can recognize each student as they complete the assignments listed in their score range. This system allows teachers to visualize whether each student has finished their individual assignments and can provide extra motivation for each student to focus on making personal progress.

## Math Score Range 120-280

To continue to grow their skills, students should access the following Khan Academy resources:

- Writing expressions with variables (video)
- Writing expressions with variables (exercise)
- Evaluating an expression with one variable (video)
- Evaluating an expression with one variable (exercise)
- Intro to rates (video)
- Unit rates (exercise)
- Converting units (video)
- Convert units (metrics) (exercise)
- Solving percent problems (video)
- Percent problems (exercise)
- Representing data (video)
- Data set warm-up (exercise)

## Math score range 300-380

To continue to grow their skills, students should access the following Khan Academy resources:

- Linear word problems (video)
- Linear equations word problems: graphs (exercise)
- Multi-step linear equations review (article)
- Equations with parentheses (exercise)
- Two-step inequality word problems (exercise)
- Distributive property with variables (video)
- Distributive property with variables (exercise)
- Rates and proportional relationships (video)
- Rates and proportional relationships (exercise)
- Graph interpretation word problem: temperature (video)
- Graph interpretation word problems (exercise)
- Solving proportions (exercise)

## Math Score Range 400-480

To continue to grow their skills, students should access the following Khan Academy resources:

- Interpreting linear expressions: diamonds (video)
- Interpreting linear expressions (exercise)
- Compare linear functions (exercise)
- Systems of equations: trolls, tolls (1 of 2) (video)
- Solutions of systems of equations (exercise)
- Inequalities word problems (video)
- Inequalities word problems (exercise)
- Add polynomials (video)
- Add polynomials (intro) (exercise)
- Multiplying binomials intro (video)
- Warmup: multiplying binomials intro (exercise)
- Using the quadratic formula (video)
- Solve quadratic equations with the quadratic formula (exercise)
- Intro to dimensional analysis (video)
- Rate conversion (exercise)
- Percents basic example (SAT practice) (video)
- Recognizing functions from verbal descriptions word problems (video)
- Mean, median and mode (video)
- Mean, median and mode (exercise)
- Comparing population proportions 1 (video)
- Calculating conditional probability (video)
- Calculating conditional probability (exercise)
- Scatterplots basic example (SAT practice) (video)

## Math Score Range 500-580

To continue to grow their skills, students should access the following Khan Academy resources:

- Solving linear equations and inequalities basic example (SAT practice) (video)
- Linear inequality word problems basic example (SAT practice) (video)
- Number of solutions to equations (video)
- Number of solutions to equations (exercise)
- Number of solutions to a system of equations (video)
- Number of solutions to a system of equations graphically (exercise)
- Equations with variables on both sides: decimals and fractions (exercise)
- Operations with polynomials basic example (SAT practice) (video)
- Forms and features of quadratic functions (video)
- Features of quadratic functions: strategy (exercise)
- Choosing the best measure of center (article)
- Linear equation word problem: sugary drinks (video)
- Scatter plots: studying, shoe size, and test scores (video)
- Positive and negative linear associations from scatter plots (exercise)
- Estimating with linear regression (linear models) (video)
- Average rate of change word problem: table (video)
- Conditional probability using two-way tables (article)
- Exponential vs. linear models: verbal (video)
- Growing by a percentage (video)
- Worked example: rate problem (video)
- Picking fairly (video on sampling methods)

## Math Score Range 600-720

To continue to grow their skills, students should access the following Khan Academy resources:

- Solving linear equations and inequalities harder example (SAT practice) (video)
- Interpreting linear functions harder example (SAT practice) (video)
- Linear Inequalities word problem harder example (SAT practice) (video)
- Linear functions word problem harder example (SAT practice) (video)
- Systems of linear inequalities word problems harder example (SAT practice) (video)
- Systems of linear equations harder example (SAT practice) (video)
- Number of solutions linear systems (video)
- Linear and quadratic systems basic example (SAT practice) (video)
- Solving quadratic equations harder example (SAT practice) (video)
- Exponential and quadratic word problem basic example (SAT practice) (video)
- Manipulating exponential expressions basic example (SAT practice) (video)
- Operations with polynomials harder example (SAT practice) (video)
- Isolating quantities basic example (SAT practice) (video)
- Ratios, rates and proportions harder example (SAT practice) (video)
- Scatterplots harder example (SAT practice)(video)
- Impact on median and mean: increasing an outlier (video)
- Effects of shifting, adding, & removing a data point (exercise)

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