Embedded Universal Tools: Calculator (High School)

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  • The State of California Department of Education logo appears on a black chalkboard background. It is a blue circle on a white background with "DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION" written in white letters on the upper half and "STATE OF CALIFORNIA" written in white letters below. The circle is a pen, a ruler, a scroll, a quill in an inkwell, and a stack of books sitting on a wooden table. A brass oil lamp is sitting on top of the books and there is a flame coming from its spout.
  • White text appears beneath the logo: "Universal Tools: High School Calculator Video Tutorial".
  • The logo and text fade.
  • A webpage appears with black text on a white background. It is an online math test with a word problem displayed below.
[VO NARRATOR]
  • There are a variety of resources that can be used on test day. This video will show how to use the calculator tool for high school. During testing, the graphing calculator will be available to you on certain test questions. This is what the calculator will look like once you have followed these next steps.
[GRAPHICS]
  • A calculator window appears in the center of the screen. It has an X at the corner and contains a column of blank spaces on the left, a graph on the right, and a keyboard button at the bottom left.
  • The calculator window disappears.
[VO NARRATOR]
  • When it is available, select the calculator button in the upper right corner by using your mouse or trackpad. Here's what the graphing calculator will look like once you have made that selection.
[GRAPHICS]
  • The cursor selects the calculator button at the top right corner of the screen and the calculator window reappears in the bottom left corner of the screen.
[VO NARRATOR]
  • If you would like to move the location of the calculator, you can drag it to any location on the screen using your mouse or trackpad. Select the keypad or computer keyboard option to see more scientific calculator options. Select the functions button to use other trigonometry, statistics or miscellaneous calculator functions.
[GRAPHICS]
  • The cursor selects the top of the calculator window and drags it to the center of the screen.
  • The cursor selects the keyboard button and a number of digits and functions appear at the bottom of the calculator window, including a button on the top right of the keyboard labeled "functions".
  • A blue text box appears above the keyboard. White text appears inside the blue box “Depending on the test or grade level, calculator types will vary.”
  • The blue box disappears.
  • The cursor selects the Functions button and a new window appears above it with more functions and three tabs labeled "trig," "stats," and "misc." The cursor selects Stats, then misc and new functions appear in the window.
[VO NARRATOR]
    There are two ways to close the calculator when you're ready to continue with your test. You can select the 'X' in the upper right corner of the calculator tool, or select the calculator button again. Note that different devices may require different actions in order to make these selections. Thanks for watching.
[GRAPHICS]
  • The cursor highlights the 'X' button, then selects the calculator button in the upper right corner of the screen. The calculator window disappears.
[MUSIC] and [GRAPHICS]
  • The webpage fades.
  • The State of California Department of Education logo appears on a black chalkboard background. It is a blue circle on a white background with "DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION" written in white letters on the upper half and "STATE OF CALIFORNIA" written in white letters below. The circle is a pen, a ruler, a scroll, a quill in an inkwell, and a stack of books sitting on a wooden table. A brass oil lamp is sitting on top of the books and there is a flame coming from its spout.
  • White text appears beneath the logo: "For more information, visit www.caaspp.org".
  • The music fades.
  • Fade to black.