I haven't written the exam yet, so I don't know how long it is, or if it will be in one part or two, but the content you need to study and know is:
Relational thinking:
How to solve an unknown number equation by reasoning about relationships between the numbers on the two sides of the equals sign. Examples:**
 25 + 18 = ___ + 17
 25  18 = ___  17
 20 × 7 = 10 × ___
Correct use of the equals sign.
Know how children learn to count.
Know the CGI problem type organization for problems for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
Join 
Result Unknown: JRU 
Change Unknown: JCU 
Start Unknown: JSU 

Separate 
Result Unknown: SRU 
Change Unknown: SCU 
Start Unknown: SSU 

PartPartWhole 
Whole Unknown: PPWWU 
Part Unknown: PPWPU 

Compare 
Difference Unknown: CDU 
Compare Quantity Unkown: CQU 
Referent Unknown: CRU 

Multiplication 
Measurement Division 
Partitive Division 
Grouping 



Rate 



Price 



Multiplicative Comparison 



Know which addition and subtraction types are more difficult than the others (from a direct modeling standpoint). I will ask you to put in order of difficulty some word problems that have different problem types. The problem types will be ones where the difference in difficulty of the problem type is clear. You may find this summary helpful if you don't have good notes on this.
Direct modeling
Given a word problem that has an associated direct modeling strategy (multiplication, partitive division, measurement division, JRU, SRU, JCU, SCU, CDU)
Vocabulary: From a number problem or word problem be able to identify and name the parts of the problem sum, difference, minuend, etc.)
Arrays for multiplication:
Counting and derived fact strategies for basic facts.
Fact families: Write the fact family for an addition, subtraction, multiplication or division problem.
**Answers to example problems