Assessment Limits :
Items may require the student to be familiar with similarities and
differences between types of parallelograms (e.g., squares and
Items may require the student to identify a specific parallelogram.
Items may assess theorems and their converses for opposite sides of
a parallelogram, opposite angles of a parallelogram, diagonals of a
parallelogram, and consecutive angles of a parallelogram.
Items may assess theorems and their converses for rectangles and
Items may include narrative proofs, flow-chart proofs, two-column
proofs, or informal proofs.
In items that require the student to justify, the student should not be
required to recall from memory the formal name of a theorem.