4th Learning Goals

Student Progress Qualifiers for Learning Goals

o   Beginning – Material introduced to students only - no independence expected

    • Beginning/Developing – Students are expected to be between Beginning and Developing

o   Developing – Students can work with material but not always independently (need help)

    • Developing / Secure – Students are expected to be between Developing and Secure

o   Secure – Students fully understand material and can work independently

 Learning Goals for Unit 1 – Naming and Constructing Geometric Figures

  • Use compass and straightedge to construct geometric figures (beginning)
  • Identify polygon properties (developing)
  • Classify quadrangles according to side and angle properties (developing/secure)
  • Name draw and label line segments, lines and rays (developing/secure)
  • Name draw and label angles, triangles and quadrangles (developing/secure)
  • Identify and describe right angles, parallel lines and line segments (developing/secure)
  • Know addition and subtraction facts (secure)

 Learning Goals for Unit 2 – Using Numbers and Organizing Data

  • Display data with a line plot, bar graph or tally chart  (developing/secure)
  • Use the statistical landmarks median, mode and range (developing)
  • Use the statistical landmarks maximum and minimum(secure)
  • Subtract multi-digit numbers using a successful strategy (secure)
  • Add (3 or more ) multi-digit numbers using a successful strategy (secure)
  • Read and write numerals to hundred-millions; give the value of the digits in numerals to hundred millions (developing/secure)
  • Find equivalent names for numbers (secure)

 Learning Goals for Unit 3 – Multiplication and Division; Number Sentences and Algebra

  • Solve open sentences  (developing)
  • Understand the function and placement of parenthesis in number sentences (developing)
  • Determine whether number sentences are true or false (developing)
  • Solve addition and subtraction number stories (developing/secure)
  • Use a map scale to estimate distances (developing)
  • Know division facts (developing)
  • Know multiplication facts (developing/secure)
  • Understand the relationship between multiplication and division (secure)

 Learning Goals for Unit 4 – Decimals and their Uses

  • Express metric measures with decimals  (developing)
  • Convert between metric measures (developing)
  • Read and write decimals to thousandths (developing)
  • Compare and order decimals (developing)
  • Draw and measure line segments to the nearest millimeter (developing)
  • Use personal references to estimate lengths in metric units (developing)
  • Solve 1 and 2 place decimal addition and subtraction problems and number stories  (developing)
  • Draw and measure line segments to the nearest centimeter (secure)
  • Use dollars and cents notation (secure)

 Learning Goals for Unit 5 – Big Numbers, Estimation and Computation

  • Use exponential notation to represent powers of 10  (beginning)
  • Know extended multiplication facts (developing)
  • Make magnitude estimates for products of multi-digit numbers (developing)
  • Solve multi-digit multiplication problems (developing)
  • Round whole numbers to a given place (developing)
  • Read and write numbers to billions; name the values of digits in numerals to billions (developing)
  • Compare large numbers  (secure)
  • Estimate sums (secure)

 Learning Goals for Unit 6 – Division; Map Reference Frames; Measures of Angles

  • Identify locations on earth for which latitude and longitude are given; find latitude and longitude for given locations  (beginning)
  • Solve whole number division problems (developing)
  • Express the remainder of a whole number division problem as a fraction and the answer as a mixes number (developing)
  • Interpret the remainder in division problems (developing)
  • Name and locate points specified by ordered number pairs on a coordinate grid (developing)
  • Identify, acute, right, obtuse, straight and reflex angles  (developing)
  • Make turns and fractions of turns; relate turns and angles  (developing)
  • Use a circular protractor and a half circle protractor to measure and draw angles (developing)
  • Solve multiplication and division number stories (developing)

 Learning Goals for Unit 7 – Fractions and Their Uses; Chance and Probability

  • Add and subtract fractions  (beginning)
  • Rename fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 as decimals (developing)
  • Apply basic vocabulary and concepts associated with chance events (developing)
  • Compare and order fractions (developing)
  • Find equivalent fractions for given fractions (developing)
  • Identify the whole for fractions (secure)
  • Identify fractional parts of a collection of objects  (secure)
  • Identify fractional parts of regions (secure)

 Learning Goals for Unit 8 – Perimeter and Area

  • Make and interpret scale drawings  (beginning)
  • Use formulas to find areas of rectangles, parallelograms and triangles (developing)
  • Find the perimeter of a polygon (developing)
  • Find the area of a figure by counting unit squares and fractions of unit squares inside the figure (developing/secure)

 Learning Goals for Unit 9 - Percents

  • Use an estimation strategy to divide decimals by whole numbers  (beginning)
  • Use an estimation strategy to multiply decimals by whole numbers(beginning)
  • Find a percent or a fraction of a number (developing)
  • Convert between easy fractions (4ths, 5ths, 10th’s) decimals and percents (developing)
  • Convert between hundredths fractions, decimals and percents (secure)
  • Use a calculator to rename any fractions as a decimal or percent  (secure)

 Learning Goals for Unit 11 – 3d Shapes, Weight, Volume and Capacity

  • Use a formula to calculate volumes of rectangular prisms  (beginning)
  • Subtract positive and negative integers (beginning)
  • Add positive and negative integers (developing)
  • Estimate the weight of objects in ounces or grams; weigh objects in ounces or grams (developing)
  • Solve cube stacking volume problems (developing)
  • Describe properties of geometric solids (developing)

 

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