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PROGRAM CLASS STANDARD LEARNING OBJECTIVES FOR CALCULUS GOAL ASSESSED Local Interpret and apply linear, exponential, parametric, logarithmic, and B Calculus trigonometric functions. Local Explore the relationship between limits, infinity and continuity. B Calculus Local Apply the definition of derivative to perform differentiation on B Calculus functions. Local Explore the relationship between the graph of a funciton and the B Calculus graph of its derivative. Local Apply the rules of differentiation on various functions. B Calculus Local Apply derivatives to velocity and other rates of change. B Calculus Local Apply derivatives to find extrema. B Calculus Local Estimate distance with finite sums (rectangular approximation B Calculus method). Local Apply Riemann Sums to estimate area under a curve. B Calculus Local Explore the relationship between definite integrals and the area B Calculus under a curve. Local Evaluate finite and indefinite integrals by applying rules for B Calculus antiderivatives and other integration techniques. Local Apply integrals to find volumes of 3-D figures. B Calculus Local Utilize technology when appropriate. B Calculus PROGRAM CLASS STANDARD LEARNING OBJECTIVES FOR GEOMETRY GOAL ASSESSED 12.3.1 Construct and measure angles using a protractor. A Geometry, Math II Construct circles using a compass. Use a 12-inch ruler and a metric ruler to measure objects. Choose the appropriate measurement given certain situations. Choose situations which are most accurate and/or precise. 12.3.2 Convert liquid measurements between U.S. customary system and A Geometry, Math II the metric system. Convert lengths from standard measurements to metric measurements and vice versa. Apply conversions to real-world situations. 12.4.1 Calculate perimeter and area of polygons and circles. E Geometry, Math II Find surface area and volumes of cones/pyramids and cylinders/prisms. 12.4.2 Construct prisms, cylinders, spheres, and pyramids. E Geometry, Math II Construct views and nets of 3D figures. Apply proportions to scale models. 12.4.3 Investigate and deduce geometric properties using transformations, E Geometry, Math II rotations and reflections. Classify shapes in terms of congruence and similarity and apply these relationships to find angle measures and segment lengths. Make and justify conclusions about congruent figures. Determine the affects of changing dimensions on perimeter, area, and volume. 12.4.5 Apply sine, cosine, and tangent functions and the Pythagorean E Geometry, Math II theorem to find lengths and angle measures of right triangles. Draw diagrams of real-world problems and find missing values. 12.4.6 Draw and analyze angles. E Geometry, Math II Use algebraic expressions to represent and find measures of angles. Apply angles and arc measures in real-world situations. Use the polygon-sum theorem to determine angle measures. Apply theorems about isosceles triangles to find angles and sides. Apply proportions to find missing lengths in similar figures. Determine measures of angles formed by parallel lines and transversals. 12.4.7 Write, evaluate and apply conditional statements in real-world D, E Geometry, Math II situations. Use two-column proofs to arrive at a conclusion. Recognize and use the postulates of equality and inequality. Determine if two triangles are congruent using SSS, SAS, ASA, AAS, SsA, and HL. 12.5.1 Use samples to make inferences about populations. Geometry, Math II Read and interpret bar and circle graphs. 12.5.2 Display data in a scatter plot, describe its shape, and estimate how Geometry, Math II close the data comes to fitting an equation. Relate the slope of a regression line to the rate of change for the data set. Determine what the y-intercept or beginning value indicates about the data. Determine the validity of predictions made from regression equations. 12.5.3 Explain the likelihood of the next event based on theoretical Geometry, Math II probabilities. 12.5.4 Describe how adding the same amount to each score changes the Geometry, Math II mean, median, mode, range, outliers, interquartile points, maximum, and minimum. Describe how dropping an outlier changes the other measures. 12.5.5 Sketch a normal or bell curve, label one and two standard F Geometry, Math II deviations from the mean and fell in approximate percents associated with the deviations. Determine factors that will produce a curve that is not normal. Describe how sample size is related to a normal curve. Graph and interpret normal curves. Determine position or rank relative to others in a normally distributed group given the standard deviation and mean. Use areas under the standard normal curve to find probabilities. 12.5.6 Calculate probabilities using the counting principal, combinations, F Geometry, Math II and permutations. Find the probability of a single event. Apply unions, intersections, and complements to find probabilities. Program Class Standard Learning Objectives for Algebra II Goal Assessed 12.2.2 Identify possible sides of a triangle using the triangle inequality C Alg II, Math II postulate. Calculate interest earned or paid. Identify possible first-steps in solving equations. Use area formulas to explain the effects of changing dimensions of an object. Apply area to find cost per square unit. Convert between Km/h and Mph. Estimate sales tax. 12.6.1 Graph equations and inequalities. F Alg II, Math II Identify parallel and perpendicular lines using equations. 12.6.2 Use appropriate methods to solve equations and inequalities. Alg II, Math II Write and solve equations and inequalities to model real-world situations. 12.6.3 Solve systems by graphing, substitution, and elimination using 3 G Alg I, Math II variables and matrices. Graph solutions to systems of equations. Apply systems of equations to real-world problems. Identify the number of solutions a system has based on its graph. 12.6.4 Recognize patterns of exponential growth and decay and apply G Alg II, Math II them to real-life situations. Recognize the properties of families of functions. Standard Learning Objectives for Algebra I 12.1.1 Draw Venn diagrams to include natural, whole, integers, rational, G Alg I, Math II irrational, and real numbers. Classify numbers in each set. Identify graphs of the number sets. 12.1.2 Express the equivalent forms of numbers using positive and C Alg I, Math II negative exponents, exponents as fractions, radicals, scientific notation, absolute value, fractions, decimals, and percents. Calculate the value of algebraic expressions using substitution. 12.2.1 Solve problems using numbers in equivalent forms, radicals, C Alg I, Math II exponents, scientific notation, absolute values, fractions, decimals, and percents, ratios and proportions, order of operations, and properties of real numbers. Model and solve real-world situations with equations in various number forms. Describe appropriate applications of various forms of numbers. 12.2.3 Determine estimations and computations of real numbers mentally D Alg I, Math II with paper and pencil and with technology. Round to a specific value. Use the Pythagorean theorem to estimate distance. 12.4.4 Find the slope of a line given two points. B,D Alg I, Math II Find the slope of a line parallel/perpendicular to a given line. Apply the distance formula to find the distance between two points. Standard Learning Objectives for Math I Program Goal Class Assessed 12.1.1 Draw Venn diagrams to include natural, whole, integers, rational, C Alg I, Math II irrational, and real numbers. 12.1.2 Express the equivalent forms of numbers using exponents, C Alg I, Math II radicals, scientific notation, absolute value, fractions, decimals, and percents. 12.2.1 Solve problems using numbers in equivalent forms, radicals, D Alg I, Math II exponents, scientific notation, absolute values, fractions, decimals, and percents,ratios and proportions, order of operations, and properties of real numbers. 12.2.3 Determine estimations and computations of real numbers mentally B,D Alg I, Math II with paper and pencil and with technology. Standard Learning Objectives--MATH 8 Program Goal LOCAL ASSESSMENTS Class Assessed 8.1.1 Model integers on a number line and find the absolute value of a C Chapter 2 & 5 Math 8 number. 8.1.2 Show equivalences among fractions, decimals, and percents. C Chapter 5 & 7 Math 8 8.1.3 Illustrate numbers in exponential form and scientific notation. C Chapter 4 Math 8 8.1.4 Identify and display numbers including prime and composite, C Chapter 2, 4, & 5 Math 8 factors and multiples, divisibility, powers, and properties. 8.2.1 Add, subtract, multiply and divide decimals, proper, improper and C Chapter 5 Math 8 mixed fractions with common and uncommon denominators with and without the use of technology 8.2.2 Identify the appropriate operation and do correct calculations when D Ongoing Math 8 solving complex word problems. 8.2.3 Demonstrate how to find rate and ratios using fractions and D Chapter 7 Math 8 decimals with and without the use of technology. 8.2.4 Apply the order of operations to solve problems with or without the D Chapter 1 Math 8 use of technology. 8.2.5 Properly round to an appropriate place value if context permits. D Chapter 9 Math 8 Perform estimation to check reasonableness of an answer. D Estimate square roots of whole numbers up to one hundred to the D nearest whole number Perform mental math. D 8.4.2 Apply the Pythagorean Theorem to solve problems. E Chapter 8 & 9 Math 8 Determine relationships of congruence, similarity, and symmetry. E Math 8 8.4.3 Use formulas to solve problems involving perimeter and area of a E Chapter 1, 3, & 10 Math 8 trapezoid and area of a circle 8.4.4 Use formulas to solve problems involving volume and surface area. E Chapter 10 Math 8 8.4.5 Draw geometric figures using translations or slides, rotations or E Chapter 8 Math 8 turns, and reflections or flips 8.4.6 Use geometric terms and representations to solve problems and E Chapter 1, 6, 7, 8 & 10 Math 8 describe the physical world 8.5.3 Demonstrate theoretical probability and relative frequency F Chapter 7 & 12 Math 8 8.5.4 Identify the use of central tendency (mean, median, and mode) F Chapter 5, 11 & 12 Math 8 appropriately 8.6.1 Generate a table of ordered pairs to graph an equation in two G Chapter 2, 3, 4, & 11 Math 8 variables 8.6.2 Solve multi-step equations with one variable. G Chapter 1, 2 & 3 Math 8 8.6.3 Describe and represent relations, using tables, graphs, and rules. G Chapter 1, 3 & 11 Math 8 Standards Learning Objectives for Math 7 Program Goals LOCAL ASSESSMENTS Classes Assessed 8.1.1 Model integers on a number line. C Chapter 6 Math 8 8.1.2 Show equivalencies among fractions and decimals. C Chapter 4 Math 8 8.1.3 Illustrate numbers in scientific notation. C Chapter 2 Math 8 8.1.4 Identify properties of order of operations, commutative, associative, C Chapter 2 & 6 Math 8 and distributive. 8.2.1 Add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals and proper and mixed B,D Chapter 5 Math 8 fractions with uncommon and common denominators 8.2.2 Identify the appropriate operation and do the correct calculations D Ongoing Math 8 when solving word problems. 8.2.3 Use proportions to solve scale-model problems with fractions and D Chapters 8 Math 8 decimals. 8.2.4 Evaluate all types of numerical expressions, including grouping D Chapter 1 Math 8 symbols. 8.3.1 Select measurement tools and measure quantities for temperature, Chapters 1, 2, 5, & 6 Math 7 time, money, distance, angles, volume, capacity and weight/mass in standard and metric units at the designated level of precision 8.3.2 Convert units within measurement systems using standard and Chapter 2 & 5 Math 7 metric, given conversion factors 8.4.1 Identify, describe, and compare two-dimensional geometric figures. E Chapter 10 Math 7 8.4.2 Use geometric properties and the relationship of congruence, E Chapters 10 Math 8 similarity, and symmetry. 8.4.3 Utilize formulas to solve problems involving perimeter and area of E Chapter 1 & 11 Math 8 triangles, squares, rectangles, and parallelograms, as well as the circumference of cirlces. 8.4.4 Use formulas to solve problems involving volume and surface area. E Chapter 12 Math 8 8.4.5 Draw geometric figures using translations or slides and reflections E Chapter 10 Math 8 or flips. 8.4.6 Utilize geometric terms and representations to describe the E Chapter 11 & 12 Math 8 physical world 8.5.1 Collect, construct, and interpret data displays and compute mean, F Chapter 3 & 9 Math 8 median, and mode 8.5.2 Read and interpret tables, charts, and graphs to make comparisons F Chapter 3, 6, & 9 Math 7 and predictions. 8.5.3 Use experiments and simulations to demonstrate theoretical F Chapter 13 Math 8 probability and relative frequency. 8.5.4 Identify the use of appropriate sampling techniques. F Chapter 3 & 13 Math 8 8.6.1 Graph ordered pairs on a coordinate plane. G Chapter 6 Math 8 8.6.2 Utilize algebraic concepts and operations to solve linear equations G Chapter 7 Math 8 and word problems. 8.6.3 Use variables to describe patterns. G Chapters 11, 13 Math 8 7.2.2NC *By the end of seventh grade, all students will be expected to take the NCLB Criterion Referenced Assessment Standards MATH OBJECTIVES--6TH GRADE Program Goals LOCAL ASSESSMENTS Classes Assessed 8.1.1 Identify whole number up to billions C Chapters 1, 5 Math 8 Recognize and use integers and negative integers Compare and order numbers on a number line 8.1.2 Compare numbers by writing equivalent decimals and percents C Chapter 3 Math 8 Compare and order fractions, mixed numbers and decimals 8.1.3 Relate powers of 10 to place value C Chapter 1 Math 8 Use exponents to write expressions involving repeated multipication Read and write numbers through the billions with exponents 8.1.4 Identify prime and composite numbers, factors and multiples, C Chapter 1, 3, & 5 Math 8 divisibility, powers and properties Solve problems by using the properties of rational numbers 8.2.1 Add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions including mixed B,D Chapters 1, 3, 4 Math 8 numbers, common and uncommon denominators Add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals 8.2.2 Write expressions and equations to help solve problems D Throughout Math 8 Choose operations necessary to solve problems involving integers Chapter 5 8.2.3 Solve problems involving whole numbers, integers, and rational D Chapters 1, 3, 4 Math 8 numbers including fractions and decimals 8.2.4 Use properties of addition and multiplication to help evaluate D Chapter 6 Math 8 expressions Utilize order of operations to solve problems 8.2.5 Round whole numbers and decimals by using place value D Chapters 1, 7 Math 8 Use mental math to estimate percents 8.3.1 Select appropriate measuring tools A Chapter 4 & 10 Math 7 Measure length and width, area and perimeter, in standard and metric units 8.3.2 Use powers of 10 to change from one metric unit to another A Chapters 1, 4 Math 7 Change between units of length in the customary system Chapter 4 8.4.3 Use a formula to solve a problem involving perimter and area of a E Chapter 4 & 10 Math 8 square and rectangle 8.6.1 Order positve and negative numbers including fractions and G Chapters 3, 5 Math 8 positive and negative integers on a number line 8.6.2 Solve one-step equations with one variable G Chapter 6 Math 8 Introduce order of operations to solve problems Use properties of addition and multiplication and the distributive property 6.2.2NC *By the end of sixth grade, all students will be expected to take the NCLB Criterion Referenced Assessment STANDARD LEARNING OBJECTIVE--5th GRADE PROGRAM LOCAL ASSESSMENTS ASSESSMENT GOAL 8.1.1 Identify whole numbers up to hundred thousands C Chapters 1, 5 Math 8 Recognize and use integers and rational numbers C Math 8 8.1.2 Write a fraction to represent some part of a whole amount or part of C Chapter 7 Math 8 a group of objects 8.1.3 Read and write numbers through hundred thousands C Chapter 1 Math 8 8.1.4 Identify and display prime and composite numbers C Chapter 7 Math 8 8.2.1 Add, subtract and multiply decimals B, D Chapter 7, 9 Math 8 Add and subtract fractions with common and uncommon B, D Math 8 denominators 8.2.2 Apply correct calculations to solve simple word problems D Throughout Math 8 Use a diagram to think about and solve a problem D Math 8 8.2.3 Solve problems involving whole numbers and decimals B, D Chapters 1, 3, 9 Math 8 8.2.5 Round to hundred thousands D Chapters 1, 2 Math 8 Estimate differences, products, quotients, and sums D Math 8 Determine whether an amount is an estimated amount or an exact C, D Math 8 amount Use estimation in problem solving Math 8 8.3.1 Select appropriate measurement tools A, B Chapter 5 & 10 Math 7 Measure time, length and width, area and perimeter, in standard A, B Math 7 units 8.5.1 Calculate, mean, median, mode and range from given sets of data F Chapter 6 Math 7 8.6.1 Order positive and negative numbers on a number line G Chapter 5 Math 8 5.2.2NC *By the end of fifth grade, all students will be expected to take the NCLB Criterion Referenced Assessment STANDARD LEARNING OBJECTIVE--4th GRADE PROGRAM LOCAL ASSESSMENTS LEVEL GOAL ASSESSED 4.1.1 Read and write numerals through the millions place and decimals C CRA Grade 4 to the hundredth place Compare whole numbers through the millions place and decimals C CRA to the hundredth place using symbols <, >, =. Round whole numbers to the nearest hundred CD CRA 4.1.2 Write numbers in expanded form, using hundreds C CRA Grade 4 Use concrete objects to represent equivalent fractions with C CRA denominators of 2, 4, 5, 8 and 10 Write equivalent decimals C CRA Write decimals as fractions using denominators of 10 and 100 C CRA C CRA 4.1.3 Compare whole numbers, common fractions and decimals using C CRA Grade 4 symbols <, >, and = Show relationships between whole numbers, decimals and C CRA fractions by order and comparison 4.1.4 Demonstrate the simple concepts of positive and negative numbers C CRA Grade 4 and zero 4.1.5 Make change and count out money in the amounts up to $20.00 D CRA Grade 4 using the fewest coins possible. Calculate change through subtraction and choose correct bills and D CRA coins 4.2.1 Compute basic facts of addition(1-10), subtraction(1-20), C, D CRA Grade 4 multiplication(1-144), and division (1-144) with accuracy Add and subtract 5 digit numbers including columns of numbers C, D CRA Multiply up to 3 digit numbers by a 2 digit number C, D CRA Divide up to a three-digit number by a 2 digit divisor D CRA 4.2.2 Estimate decimals using addition and subtraction to the hundredths D CRA Grade 4 place 4.2.3 Estimate fractions using addition and subtraction D CRA Grade 4 4.3.1 Accurately measure and estimate length to the nearest meter or D CRA Grade 4 centimeter and calculate area Estimate accurately and measure mass/weight to the nearest gram D CRA Estimate and accurately measure capacity to the nearest milliliter D CRA Read and measure temperature accurately to the nearest degree D CRA using Celsius temperature 4.3.2 Use linear measure to estimate and measure area, mass/weight, A CRA Grade 4 capacity and temperature Estimate and accurately measure mass/weight to the nearest yard, A CRA foot, inch and quarter inch and calculate area Measure accurately to the nearest fluid ounce A CRA Read and measure temperature accurately to the nearest degree A CRA using Fahrenheit thermometer Find elapse time to the nearest minute A CRA 4.3.3 Write correct time to the minute using an analog clock and digital A CRA Grade 4 clock Identify time of day (am, pm, noon, and midnight) A CRA Show two differerent ways to write time (8:35 - 35 minutes after A CRA 8:00. 4.3.4 Assessed in Grade 2 CRA Grade 2 4.4.1 Identify, describe, and create two- and three-dimensional geometric E CRA Grade 3 shapes 4.4.2 Identify and draw points, lines, line segments, rays, and angles E CRA Grade 3 4.4.3 Identify, analyze, and compare two-dimensional geometric figures E CRA Grade 2 using congruence, symmetry, similarity, and simple transformations 4.5.1 Collect, organize, record, and interpret data using line plots, tables, F CRA Grade 2 charts, and graphs Draw valid conclusions from display data F CRA Investigate and record patterns in an organized way F CRA 4.6.1 Interpret variables and mathematical symbols to write and solve D CRA Grade 4 one-step equations Identify various indicators of multiplication and division C CRA 4.6.2 Identify, describe, and extend arithmetic patterns using concrete D CRA Grade 4 material and tables STANDARD LEARNING OBJECTIVE--Third Grade PROGRAM LOCAL ASSESSMENTS LEVEL GOAL ASSESSED 4.1.1 Demonstrate place value through the hundred thousands and C Chapter Tests 1, 11 Grade 4 decimals to hundredths place 4.1.1 Read and write numerals to the hundred thousands and decimals C Chapter Tests 1, 11 Grade 4 to the hundredths place 4.1.1 Order numbers to thousands C Chapter Tests 1, 11 Grade 4 4.1.1 Order decimals to hundredths C Chapter Tests 1, 11 Grade 4 4.1.1 Round numbers through 999 to nearest 10 and 100 C Chapter Tests 1, 11 Grade 4 4.1.2 Write numbers in standard form, expanded form and word form to C,B Chapter Tests 1, 11 Grade 4 999,999 4.1.2 Name and write equivalent fractions C Chapter Tests 1, 11 Grade 4 4.1.2 Write fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 as decimals C Chapter Tests 1, 11 Grade 4 4.1.3 Compare and order fractions and decimals C Chapter Test 11 Grade 4 4.1.3 Solve and check a mathematical problem by using related facts C Chapter Test 3 Grade 4 4.1.4 Measure temperature by using degrees Celsius B, A Chapter Test 4 Grade 4 4.1.5 Make change by counting to $10.00 A, B Chapter Test 2 Grade 4 4.2.1 Compute basic facts of addition (1-20) subtraction (1-20) D, B Chapter Test 3,5,6,8,9,12 Grade 4 mulitiplication (1-100) and division (1-100) 4.2.1 Estimate sums, differences, and products by rounding numbers D, B Chapter Test 3,5,6,8,9,12 Grade 4 4.2.1 Regroup in addition and subtraction with 4 digit numbers D,B Chapter Test 3,5,6,8,9,12 Grade 4 4.2.1 Divide using a 1 digit divisor with up to a 3 digit dividend D, B Chapter Test 3,5,6,8,9,12 Grade 4 4.2.1 Multiply up to a three digit number by a 1 digit number D,B Chapter Test 3,5,6,8,9,12 Grade 4 4.2.1 Solves problems using division D Chapter Test 3,5,6,8,9,12 Grade 4 4.2.2 Find the sums and differences of two decimals D Chapter Test 11 Grade 4 4.2.3 Add and subtract fractions with like denominators D Chapter Test 11 Grade 4 4.3.1 Choose appropriate units cm,m, km A, B Chapter Test 4 Grade 4 4.3.1 Use cm to measure length A, B Chapter Test 4 Grade 4 4.3.1 Show how to use g/kg to measure mass A, B Chapter Test 4 Grade 4 4.3.1 Choose appropriate units L, ml A, B Chapter Test 4 Grade 4 4.3.1 Tell temperature in Celsius A, B Chapter Test 4 Grade 4 4.3.2 Estimate and tell the length of an object to yard and mile A,B Chapter Test 4 Grade 4 4.3.2 Estimate, and weigh objects in ounces and pounds A,B Chapter Test 4 Grade 4 4.3.2 Estimate, measure, and convert the amount a container holds A,B Chapter Test 4 Grade 4 4.3.2 Estimate and tell temperature in Fahrenheit A,B Chapter Test 4 Grade 4 4.3.3 Tell time in three different way to nearest minute A,B Chapter Test 2, CRA Grade 3 4.3.3 Discuss vocablary for time of day A,B Chapter Test 2, CRA Grade 3 4.3.3 Find elapsed time to nearest 5 minutes A,B Chapter Test 2, CRA Grade 3 4.3.4 Find the distance around a figure using standard and metric A,B Chapter Test 7 Grade 4 Find the area of a polygon A,B Chapter Test 7 Grade 4 4.4.1 Describe, identify, and create different 2 and 3 dimensional E, B Chapter Test 7, CRA Grade 3 geometrical figures (figures, plane, polygon, triangle, square, rectangle, pentagon, hexagon, octagon, quadrilateral, rectangular prism, cube, sphere, cone, cylinder, pyramid 4.4.2 Define and identify rays E Chapter Test 7,CRA Grade 3 4.4.3 Describe figures using congruency, similarity, and symmetry E Chapter Test 7,CRA Grade 3 4.4.3 Perform simple transformations E,B Chapter Test 7,CRA Grade 3 4.5.1 Conduct a survey, record, and analyze data using a line plot, F Chapter Test 10 Grade 4 pictograph, tally chart, and bar graph 4.5.1 Locate points on a grid F Chapter Test 10 Grade 4 4.5.1 Solve problems using a table F Chapter Test 10 Grade 4 4.5.1 Use results of probability experiments to predict and judge F Chapter Test 10 Grade 4 outcomes 4.6.1 Use symbols to stand for any number, measured quantity, or object G Class Lessons w/Algebra Grade 4 in simple situations. 4.6.2 Use a function table using addition, subtraction, multiplication, G Daily Work Units3,5,6,8,9 Grade 4 division 3.2.1 NC *By the end of third grade, all students will be expected to take the NCLB Criterion Referenced Assessment LEARNING OBJECTIVE - Second Grade PROGRAM LOCAL ASSESSMENTS LEVEL GOAL ASSESSED 4.1.1 Count by 3's, 4's and 25's C Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 4.1.1 Read and write numbers to 1,000 C Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 4.1.1 Compares numbers to 1,000 C Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 4.1.1 Orders numbers to 1,000 C Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 4.1.1 Round numbers to the nearest ten C Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 4.1.1 Identifies place value in numbers 100's C Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 4.1.1 Represents 2- and 3-digit numbers using concrete materials and C Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 pictures 4.1.1 Identifies ordinal position to 100th C Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 4.1.1 Write numbers in word form to 100 C Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 4.1.1 Identifies multiples C Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. 4.1.2 Writes numbers in expanded form to 1,000 C Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 4.1.2 Identifies and writes fractional parts of a whole and parts of a set C Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 4.1.2 Identifies equivalent fractions using concrete objjects C Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 4.1.2 Represents and writes mixed numbers C Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. 4.1.3 Order and compare whole numbers to 1,000 C Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. 4.1.4 Use positive numbers D Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. 4.1.5 Makes change from $1.00 A Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. 4.2.1 Masters addition and subtraction facts to 18 D Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 4.2.1 Identifies addends and sums D Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 4.2.1 Add and subtract 3-digit numbers D Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 4.2.1 Adds 3 or more single digit regrouping D Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 4.2.1 Checks subtractions answers using addition D Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 4.2.1 Masters multiplication facts using 0,1,2 and 5 D Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 4.2.1 Multiplies by 10 and 100 D Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 4.2.1 Solves problems involving multiplication D Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 4.2.1 Dividing with illustrations D Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 4.2.1 Estimates a sum D Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 4.2.1 Uses arrays for multiplication D Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. 4.2.2 Add and subtract money amounts using decimals D Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. 4.2.3 Not developmentally appropriate for second grade D Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. 4.3.1 Measure and draw using nearest cm and meter A,B Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 4.3.1 Estimate length using cm and meter A,B Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 4.3.1 Identify, estimate and weigh mass using grams A,B Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 4.3.1 Reads a Celsius thermometer A,B Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 4.3.1 Identifies common temperatures A,B Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 4.3.1 Estimate and measure using liter A,B Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. 4.3.2 Measure and estimate to the nearest 1/2 inch A,B Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 4.3.2 Measure to the nearest foot A,B Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 4.3.2 Identify, estimate and weigh objects to the pound A,B Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 4.3.2 Estimate and measure cup, pint, quart and gallon A,B Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 4.3.2 Reads a Fahrenheit thermometer A,B Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. 4.3.3 Tells and shows time to the quarter hour and 5 minutes A,B Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 4.3.3 Identifies am and pm; noon and midnight A,B Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 4.3.3 Finds elapsed time to the nearest quarter hour A,B Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 Writes the date using digits A Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. 4.3.4 Find perimeter of a polygon using cm and inches A,B Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts.CRA Grade 2 4.3.4 Find area of a polygon Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts.CRA Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. 4.4.1 Identify, describe and classify polygons E Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 3 4.4.1 Identify, describe and classify 3 dimensional geometric shapes E Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 3 (cone, cylinder, cube, sphere, pyramid, rectangular prizm) Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. 4.4.2 Identify different line segments E Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 3 4.4.2 Identify right angles E Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 3 Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. 4.4.3 Recognize congruent, symmetrical and similar figures E Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 3 4.4.3 Identify simple transformations E Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 3 Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. 4.5.1 Conduct a survey and record results using pictograph, bar graph, F Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 tallies, Venn diagram, and coordinate graphs Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. 4.6.1 Identify missing addends G Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 4.6.1 Use >, <, and = G Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. 4.6.2 Identify missing numbers in a sequence G Saxon Mts, GP, Assmts. Grade 4 STANDARD LEARNING OBJECTIVE--First GRADE PROGRAM LOCAL ASSESSMENTS LEVEL GOAL ASSESSED 1.1.1 Counts by 2's and 100's C Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 1.1.1 Writes numbers 0 - 200 C Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 1.1.1 Reads and writes numbers 0-200 C Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 1.1.1 Orders 1 and 2 digit numbers to 99 C Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 1.1.1 Identify place value in tens and ones (tens and ones manipulatives) C,B Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 1.1.1 Writes number words 0 - 20 C Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 1.1.1 Identifies ordinal position to the 20th place C Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 1.1.1 Count backwards 20 - 0, by 1's C Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. 1.1.2 Matches sets and numbers 0 - 200 C,B Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 1.1.2 Compares 1 and 2 digit numbers to 99 C Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 1.1.2 Represents equivalent forms of the same number C Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 1.1.2 Identifies and represents fractions for 1/2, 1/3, 1/4 C,B Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 1.1.2 Divides a set of objects into equal groups C,B Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 1.1.2 Renames numbers using regrouping C Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 1.1.2 Identifies even and odd numbers, pairs, half-dozen and dozen C Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 1.1.2 Use comparison symbols (<, >, =) C Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. 1.1.3 Identifies and counts quarters C,B Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 1.1.3 Counts money and selects coins up to $1 C,B Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 1.1.3 Identify how numbers are used for identification (phone number, C Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 address) Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. 1.1.4 Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade K Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. 1.2.1 Use manipulatives to explore and solve addition and subtraction D,B Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 facts up to 18 1.2.1 Recognize and demonstrate use of +, -, and = symbols D Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 1.2.1 Adds and subtracts 2-digit numbers without regrouping to 99 D Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 1.2.1 Adds three single-digit numbers (5+4+3=) D Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 1.2.1 Writes addition and subtraction fact families D Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 1.2.1 Solves problems involving addition and subtraction D Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. 1.2.2 Makes reasonable estimations and comparisons to actual results D,B Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 up to 200 (guessing jar) 1.2.2 Estimates a sum D Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 1.2.2 Estimates a length D Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. 1.3.1 Estimate, compare and order two or more items or sets using direct A,B Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade K comparison or nonstandard units of measurement, weight and volume 1.3.1 Identifies cold, cool, warm and hot temperatures A Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade K Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. 1.3.2 Measure to the nearest inch and centimeter A,B Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 1.3.2 Draw line segments to the nearest inch and centimeter A,B Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 1.3.2 Recognize Fahrenheit and Celsius on a thermometer (math A,B Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 meeting or calendar time) 1.3.2 Identify cup, pint, quart, liter and gallon A,B Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. 1.3.3 Tells and shows time to the hour and half hour using an analog and A,B Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 digital clock 1.3.3 Figure elapsed time to the hour and half hour A,B Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. 1.3.4 Make associations with the different units of measurement used in A,B Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 their environment (dollars, pounds, meters, miles, minutes, hours) Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. 1.3.5 Demonstrates and writes the date of yesterday, today and A Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 tomorrow 1.3.5 Identifies morning, afternoon, evening and night A Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 1.3.5 Orders events by time A Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 1.3.5 Solves problems using a calendar A,B Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. 1.4.1 Compare relative position (near, far) E Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade K Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. 1.4.2 Identifies, describes, and creates two and three - dimensional E,B Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade K geometric objects (cylinder, cube, sphere, cone, diamond, oval, pentagon, hexagon, octagon) 1.4.2 Identifies angles and sides of two and three-dimensional geometric E Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. objects listed above 1.4.2 Identifies and creates congruent shapes and designs E,B Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. 1.5.1 Collect and count data about objects and events in their F Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade K environment (tally marks) Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. 1.5.2 Create graphs using data collected about objects and events in F Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade K their environment Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. 1.5.3 Compare and interpret information from displayed data (more, less, F Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 and/or equals to) Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. 1.5.4 Write and/or tell about the observation and/or process used in data F Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade 1 collection and analysis Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. 1.6.1 Identify and extend a repeating pattern using simple shapes, G Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade K designs or numbers 1.6.1 Identify missing addends G Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade K Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. 1.6.2 Sort and classify objects according to more than one attribute, such G,B Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade K as size, shape, color and thickness Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. 1.6.3 Identify and describe patterns in their environment G Saxon Mts, GP, and Assmts. Grade K STANDARD LEARNING OBJECTIVE--Kindergarten PROGRAM LOCAL ASSESSMENTS LEVEL GOAL ASSESSED 1.1.1 Counts by 1's, 5's, and 10's up to 100 C Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist Grade 1 1.1.1 Matches sets and numbers 0-25 C Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist Grade 1 1.1.1 Writes numbers 0-20 C Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist Grade 1 1.1.1 Counts backwards from 10-0 C Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist Grade 1 1.1.1 Orders 1 and 2 digit numbers to 20 C Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist Grade 1 1.1.1 Identifies the digits in a number C Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist Grade 1 1.1.1 Identifies ordinal position 1st-6th C Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist Grade 1 Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist 1.1.2 Counts objects to demonstrate one to one to one correspondence C Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist Grade 1 1.1.2 Identifies bigger, smaller, more, less, equal, higher, and lower C Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist Grade 1 1.1.2 Identifies doubles (dominoes) C Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist Grade 1 1.1.2 Divides a set of objects into equal groups C Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist Grade 1 1.1.2 Identifies half of a whole C Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist Grade 1 1.1.2 Divides a shape in half C Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist Grade 1 Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist 1.1.3 Identify the penny, nickel, dime and know their value C Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist Grade 1 1.1.3 Pays for items using pennies, nickels and dimes C Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist Grade 1 1.1.3 Identify phone numbers C Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist Grade 1 Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist 1.1.4 Demonstrate the value of numbers using concrete objects 0-20 C Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist Grade K Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist 1.2.1 Solve problems involving addition using manipulatives D Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist Grade 1 1.2.1 Recognize + ,-, and = symbols D Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist Grade 1 Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist 1.2.2 Makes reasonable estimations and comparisons to actual results D Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist Grade 1 (guessing jar) Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist 1.3.1 Explore measurement with standard and nonstandard units A,B Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist Grade K 1.3.1 Compare two or more items or sets using direct comparisons or A,B Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist Grade K nonstandard units of measure (shorter/longer, taller/shorter, heavier lighter, hotter/colder) Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist 1.3.2 Recognize tools of measurement and their appropriate use (clock, A,B Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist Grade 1 calendar, ruler, balance scale, and thermometer) Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist 1.3.3 Tell time to the hour on a digital and analog clock A,B Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist Grade 1 Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist 1.3.4 Identify the different units of measurement used in their A Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist Grade 1 environment (cents and hours) Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist 1.3.5 Explore orientation in time through the use of a calendar A Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist Grade 1 (yesterday, today, tomorrow) Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist 1.3.5 Identifies days of the week and months of the year A Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist Grade 1 Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist 1.4.1 Compare relative position (left/right, above/below, over/under, E Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist Grade K up/down) Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist 1.4.2 Identify and create circle, square, triangle, rectangle and diamond E Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist Grade K Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist 1.5.1 Collect data for a pictograph about objects and events in their F Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist Grade K environment Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist 1.5.2 Create a pictogtaph from data collected F Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist Grade K 1.5.2 Make comparisons from displayed data such as more and less F Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist Grade K Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist 1.6.1 Identify and create repeating patterns (shapes, numbers, and G Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist Grade K colors) Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist 1.6.2 Sort and classify objects according to one attribute (size, shape, G Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist Grade K color, and thickness) Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist 1.6.3 Identify and describe patterns in their environment G Mts, GP, Assmts, Tchr Chklist Grade K

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