Ms. Washam's AG Math

  • Hello AG Math! My name is Mrs. Doss. I am excited to be your teacher this year. This is my fifth year here at Oak Ridge Elementary. I received my undergraduate and master's degree from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro and received my Academically Gifted Licensure from Duke University.  When I am not at Oak Ridge, I love spending time with my friends and family and my sweet puppies Bailey and Birdie.

     

    Learn more about me:

    My age: (7 x 4) +1.

    My birth month: 100 ÷ 10.

    My birth day: 12 ÷ 6.

    The number of pets I own: 480 ÷ 96. 

     

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CogAT Practice Materials

  • Test 1: Verbal Analogies - Students examine a pair of words and think of ways in which they are related. Then they apply this relationship to a third word to generate a new pair of words related to each other in the same way as the first pair.

    Test 2: Sentence Completion - Students read an incomplete sentence and then select the answer choice that best completes the sentence.

    Test 3: Verbal Classification - Students examine three words and think of ways in which they are alike. Then they select the answer choice that belongs in the same group.

    Test 4: Number Analogies - Students examine two pairs of numbers and determine the rule both pairs follow. Then they apply the rule to a given number and choose the answer that generates a third pair of numbers that follows the same rule. The test questions require the same processes as the Verbal Analogies test, but uses quantitative concepts rather than verbal concepts.

    Test 5: Number Puzzles - Each question presents an equation in which elements are missing. The students must substitute numbers for the missing elements and solve the equation.

    Test 6: Number Series - Each question contains a series of numbers that follows a pattern. First students identify the rule the numbers follow. Then they apply the rule to find the next number in the series.

    Test 7: Figure Matrices - Each question presents a matrix in which one figure is missing. Students determine the rule(s) that the existing figures follow. They then apply the rule(s) to choose the figure that completes the matrix.

    Test 8: Paper Folding - Each question shows a piece of paper being folded and holes being punched in the folded paper. Students must choose the answer that shows how the paper looks when it is unfolded.

    Test 9: Figure Classification - For each question, students must determine how three figures are similar and the select the answer choice that is most like the first three figures.

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