# Test drive our new Technology Enhanced Item (TEI) Bops!

Test drive our new Bops. Be the first to try our new interactive math problems, or Bops. From interactive graphs to fill-in-the-blank labeling, we've created a new learning experience that includes more than multiple choice and constructed response questions and moves into a more engaging student experience. ## How are Bops different?

• ### Interactive Problems

Go beyond multiple choice with drag-and-drop, sorting and reordering, fill-in-the-blank answer prompts, visuals, videos, hints, and suggestions, all designed to help students become self-directed learners.

• ### Step-by-Step Learning

Math problems answered incorrectly are broken down into smaller, more manageable steps—a proven tutoring technique.

• ### Actionable Data in Real Time

Every step is connected to a core concept, allowing teachers to see each individual student's knowledge gaps and close those gaps with targeted interventions.

## Try our featured TEI Bops

#### Grade 5: Numbers and Operations - Fractions (5.NF.A.2-1)Solve Word Problems with Fractions

Problem type: Fill-in-the-blank

Students will be able to add and subtract fractions to solve word problems.

#### Grade 6: Number System (6.NS.B.4-2) Use Distributive Property

Problem type: Fill-in-the-Blank with Drag-and-Drop

Students will use the distributive property to solve a real world problem. Students should know how to list the factors of any number less than 100.

#### Grade 8: Expressions & Equations (8.EE.B.5-2)Compare Proportional Relationships

Problem type: Multiple Choice

Students will compare a proportional relationship shown on a graph with one expressed in words.

#### High School: Algebra 2 (HSF-IF.B.4-2B)Sketch Graphs Given Verbal Instructions

Problem type: Graph Plotting

Students will be able to sketch graphs showing key features given a verbal description of the relationship a function of any type that models a relationship between two quantities in terms of a context.

#### High School: Statistics and Probability (HSS-ID.B.5-1)Interpreting Categorical and Quantitative Data

Problem type: Fill-in-the-blank

Interpret the slope (rate of change) and the intercept (constant term) of a linear model in context of the data.

## Even More Bops to Try #### Grade 4: GeometryDraw and Identify Lines and Angles

Problem type: Drag-and-Drop Labeling

Students will be able to identify points, lines, line segments, rays, angles (right, acute, obtuse) and perpendicular and parallel lines in two-dimensional figures. #### Grade 4: Numbers and Operations - FractionsBuild Fractions from Unit Fractions

Students will solve word problems involving addition and subtraction of fractions referring to the same whole and having like denominators, e.g., by using visual fraction models and equations to represent the problem. #### Grade 5: GeometryClassify Two-Dimensional Figures

Problem type: Drag-and-Drop

Understand that attributes belonging to a category of two-dimensional figures also belong to all subcategories of that category. #### Grade 5: Numbers and Operations - FractionsSolve Word Problems with Fractions

Problem type: Drag-and-Drop

Students will be able to add and subtract fractions to solve word problems. #### Grade 6: Expressions and Equations (6.EE.A.4)Identify Equivalent Expressions

Problem type: Drag-and-Drop Matching

Students will be able to identify when two expressions are equivalent. Students will need to be able to substitute values in for a variable and then evaluate. Students will also need to be able to use the distributive property and be able to combine like terms. #### Grade 6: Number System (6.NS.B.4-2)Use Distributive Property

Problem type: Fill-in-the-Blank with Drag-and-Drop

Students will use the distributive property to solve a real world problem. Students should know how to list the factors of any number less than 100. #### Grade 7: Statistics and Probabilities (7.SP.C.5-1)Understand Probability of a Chance Event

Problem type: True/False

Students will find probabilities from data in a table. #### Grade 7: Ratios and Proportional Relationships (7.RP.A.2a)Proportional Relationships in Tables

Problem type: True/False

Student will determine if data represented in a table forms a proportional relationship by graphing the data and by finding ratios. #### Grade 8: Expressions and Equations (8.EE.B.5-2)Compare Proportional Relationships

Problem type: Multiple Choice

Students will compare a proportional relationship shown on a graph with one expressed in words. #### Grade 8: Geometry (8.G.A.3-1)Two-Dimensional Figures Using Coordinates

Problem type: Multiple Choice

Describe the effect of dilations, translations, rotations, and reflections on two-dimensional figures using coordinates. #### High School: Algebra 1 (HSF-IF.C.7b-a)Graph Functions

Problem type: Graph Plotting

Students will be able to graph piecewise-defined, step and absolute value functions. #### High School: Algebra 1 (HSF-LE.A.3)Interpret Graphs / Tables

Problem type: Drag-and-Drop matching

Students will be able to observe using graphs and tables that a quantity increasing exponentially eventually exceeds a quantity increasing linearly, quadratically, or as a polynomial function. #### High School: Algebra 2 (HSF-IF.B.4-1b)Interpret Intercepts of Function

Problem type: Drag-and-Drop Matching

For a function that models a relationship between two quantities, interpret key features of graphs and tables in terms of the quantities #### High School: Algebra 2 (HSF-IF.B.4-2B)Sketch Graphs Given Verbal Instructions

Problem type: Graph Plotting

Students will be able to sketch graphs showing key features given a verbal description of the relationship a function of any type that models a relationship between two quantities in terms of a context. #### High School: Geometry (HSG-CO.C.10-3)Prove Theorems about Triangles

Problem type: Sorting

Students will be able to prove theorems about triangles, including the medians of a triangle meet at a point. #### High School: Geometry (HSG-GPE.A.1-1)Expressing Geometric Properties with Equations

Problem type: Drag-and-Drop

Students will be able to complete the square to find the center and radius of a circle given by an equation.