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4th Grade Reading Goal ISAT% Objective Description (with content limits) Vocabulary Words Standard 1: Reading Process 4.LA.1.2.3 Identify and use graphic features that support text meaning (e.g., diagrams, maps, charts, illustrations). (707.05.b) CL: C 1.2: Acquire Content Limit: Item will address graphic features in a text Concepts about passage (e.g., diagrams, maps, charts, illustrations). Only one Text 25-37% concept may be assessed in an item. 4.LA.1.4.1 Identify common root words, prefixes and suffixes, including Greek and Latin derivatives to decode unknown words. (707.01.e) text types/format text features (e.g., heading, CL: C captions) 1.4: Acquire Content Limit: Item will address word structure using words graphic features (e.g., diagrams, Decoding Skills containing a base word, root word, prefix, or suffix, including maps, charts, illustrations) Using Word Parts Greek and Latin derivatives, to assist in decoding. root words prefixes/suffixes 4.LA.1.8.1 Identify common root words, prefixes and suffixes, Greek and Latin derivatives derived from Greek and Latin to determine the meaning of abbreviation unknown words. (707.01.e) syllable types syllable patterns CL: C multisyllabic 1.8: Vocabulary Content Limit: Item will address word structure using words context clues and Concept containing a base word, root word, prefix, or suffix, including fluency Development Greek and Latin derivatives, to assist in determining meaning. root words 4.LA.1.8.2 Use context, synonyms, antonyms, homophones and prefixes/suffixes homographs to develop an understanding of new words. Greek and Latin derivatives (707.01.d) context synonyms CL: C antonyms Content Limit: Item will address only the concepts of context, homographs 1.8: Vocabulary antonyms, synonyms, and simple analogies. Only one concept homophones and Concept may be assessed in an item. Items do not require definition of dictionary Development the specific literary terms. glossary Standard 2: Comprehension / Interpretation 4.LA.2.1.1 State author‟s main purpose for writing various texts. 2.1: Acquire (707.03.a) Strategies and Skills for CL: C author‟s purpose Comprehending Content Limit: Item requires identification of the author‟s main cause/effect Text 63-75% purpose for writing. questioning (why, how, what-if) 4.LA.2.1.2 Identify cause and effect relationships in text by draw conclusions 2.1: Acquire responding to “why”, “how”, and “what if” questions. generate questions (how, why, Strategies and what-if) Skills for CL: D main idea Comprehending Content Limit: Item requires a conclusion based on determining signal words Text the cause and effect. summarize 4.LA.2.1.3 Draw conclusions based on information gathered multi-step directions 2.1: Acquire from text. (707.01.o) genre (including poetry) Strategies and characters (e.g., traits, roles, Skills for CL: D similarities/differences) Comprehending Content Limit: Item requires information obtained solely from the setting Text text given. plot (main problem, conflict, resolution) narrator (point of view) moral simile November 7, 2007 idiom main idea signal words summarize multi-step directions genre (including poetry) 4th Grade Reading characters (e.g., traits, roles, similarities/differences) setting Goal ISAT% Objective Description (with content limits) Vocabulary Words plot (main problem, conflict, 4.LA.2.2.1 Distinguish between facts and opinions in expository resolution) text to support comprehension. narrator (point of view) moral 2.2: Acquire Skills CL: D simile to Comprehend Content Limit: Item will have text that clearly distinguishes idiom Expository Text between fact and opinion. 4.LA.2.2.3 Identify main ideas and signal words to summarize information from expository text. (707.01.h) CL: C Content Limit: Item will require the identification of the main 2.2: Acquire Skills ideas and key details relevant to the nonfiction text given; item to Comprehend responses may include main ideas, key details, and/or signal Expository Text words. 4.LA.2.2.4 Follow multi-step written directions. CL: B Content Limit: Multi-step instructions will be multiple steps in 2.2: Acquire Skills response to an item. to Comprehend Item may require organization and/or sequencing of information. Expository Text Item requires information obtained solely from the text given. 4.LA.2.3.1 Identify defining characteristics of literature genres, including poetry. (707.02.a) 2.3: Acquire Skills CL: B for Content Limit: Item will contain information about defining Comprehending characteristics of the major genres of fiction (e.g., realistic Literary Text fiction, tall tale, fable, legend, folktale, and poetry). 4.LA.2.3.2 Describe characters (e.g., traits, roles, similarities/differences) within a literary selection, heard or read. (707.02.a) CL: C 2.3: Acquire Skills Content Limit: Item will contain information about a character; for response may be a descriptor of a character trait. Comprehending Characterization may be addressed in the item. Item does not Literary Text require definition of the specific term. 4.LA.2.3.3 Describe the setting and tell how it supports the story. (707.03.b) CL: C 2.3: Acquire Skills Content Limit: Item may contain information about the setting or for how the setting supports the story; responses may be aspects Comprehending of the setting. Only one aspect of the setting is addressed in the Literary Text item. Item does not require definition of the specific term. 4.LA.2.3.4 Explain the main problem, conflict, and resolution of a story plot. (707.03.b) 2.3: Acquire Skills CL: D for Content Limit: Item may require the identification of the main Comprehending problem, key details, conflict, or resolution. Item does not Literary Text require the definition of the specific literary terms. November 7, 2007 4th Grade Reading Goal ISAT% Objective Description (with content limits) Vocabulary Words 4.LA.2.3.5 Identify the narrator of a story (point of view). CL: D 2.3: Acquire Skills Content Limit: Identification is limited to who is telling the story for (narrator). Comprehending Definitions of narrator and point of view as vocabulary terms are Literary Text assessed only at the classroom level. 4.LA.2.3.6 Identify the moral of literary selection (e.g., fables, folktales, legends). CL: E Content Limit: Items that require a response to support reactions are restricted to ideas and details obtained solely from the text given. Items requiring literary connections are limited to passages provided. 2.3: Acquire Skills Passages should be at a fourth grade readability based on 2 for readability formulas. Item may require identification of the Comprehending lesson or theme of a selection. Passages may include realistic Literary Text fiction. 4.LA.2.3.7 Identify common similes and idioms. CL: C Content Limit: Item will address the understanding of the 2.3: Acquire Skills concept of simile. Item will not refer to both a simile and a for metaphor. Comprehending Definitions of simile and metaphor as vocabulary terms are Literary Text assessed only at the classroom level. Cognitive level codes: B: Memorize C: Perform procedures D: Demonstrate understanding E: Conjecture, generalize, prove F: Solve non-routine problems, make connections November 7, 2007 4th Grade Language Usage Goal ISAT% Objective Description (with content limits) Vocabulary Words Standard 3: Writing Process 4.LA.3.1.2 Generate the main idea. narrative CL: D logical sequence Content Limit: expressive works Items may require related statements that will allow students sensory details to select the main idea from several options. formal letter facts Main idea persuasive letter 3.1: Prewrite 40-50% Writer‟s focus text to text, text to self, text to 4.LA.3.1.3 Use organizational strategies appropriate for world connections writing. (708.01.a; 708.01.b) plot paragraph CL: D composition Content Limit: prewriting strategies Items may require students to select details to support the (brainstorming, sketching, main idea or an ending sentence to match the main idea. listing) main idea Supporting details organizational strategies 3.1: Prewrite Beginning, middle, and end (completing graphic 4.LA.3.1.4 Select an appropriate writing format for purpose organizers, storyboarding) and audience. (708.01.a; 708.01.b; 708.01.c) writing format writing purpose CL: D writing audience Content Limit: draft Items may require information that contains a clear writing details purpose and intended audience. Item responses selected transition words from the formats taught in Standard 4, Grades K-4. Examples: sequence friendly letter, directions, paragraph revision (for meaning and clarity) Story writing that incorporates a setting, character, conflict literary models (problem), and resolution (solution) edit (for conventions) editing checklist Purpose publish Format illustrate 3.1: Prewrite Audience 4.LA.3.3.1 Revise draft for meaning and clarity. (708.01) CL: Content Limit: Sequence Precise word choice Mixed grade-level revision skills (Includes a mix of skills 3.3: Revise assessed in 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.3.1, 3.3.2, 3.3.4, and 5.3.1) November 7, 2007 4th Grade Language Usage Goal ISAT% Objective Description (with content limits) Vocabulary Words 4.LA.3.3.2 Revise draft by adding details to enhance audience understanding. (708.02.b) CL: Content Limit: Adding relevant details 3.3: Revise Removing irrelevant details 4.LA.3.3.4 Rearrange words and sentences as needed to clarify meaning. (708.02.b) CL: Content Limit: Identifying and rearranging words within complete sentences 3.3: Revise Placing sentences in a paragraph in the correct order 4.LA.3.4.1 Edit the draft using an editing checklist with common editing marks. (708.01) CL: E Content Limit: Mixed grade-level editing skills (Includes a mix of skills 3.4: Edit assessed in 5.2.1, 5.2.3, 5.3.1, 5.3.2, 5.4.1, and 5.4.2) Standard 3: Writing Process 4.LA.5.2.1 Spell correctly Grade 4 high-frequency words and common content area (e.g., science, social studies) words. (708.02.a) CL: B Content Limit: 5.2: Spelling Includes grade-appropriate words commonly taught across Skills multiple textbook series 4.LA.5.2.3 Apply spelling rules appropriate to grade level to spell accurately. (708.02.a) cursive CL: C spelling 5.2: Spelling Content Limit: simple and complex sentences Skills 50-60% Includes homophones and commonly confused words future verb tense 4.LA.5.3.1 Use simple and complex sentences. (708.02.b) adjectives personal pronouns CL: conjunctions Content Limit: capitalization (title, books, Includes compound sentences geographical names). commas (in a direct address, Skills assessed in previous grades are included. compound sentences) Examples: sentence Changing one sentence type into another (declarative into (declarative/statement, interrogative, etc.) interrogative/question, Complete/incomplete sentences exclamatory/exclamation, 5.3: Sentence Combining sentences to correctly form complete simple, imperative/command) Structure compound, or complex sentences November 7, 2007 4th Grade Language Usage Goal ISAT% Objective Description (with content limits) Vocabulary Words 4.LA.5.3.2 Identify: • future verb tenses (708.02.b) • adjectives • personal pronouns • conjunctions CL: Content Limit: Skills assessed in previous grades are included. Examples: 5.3: Sentence Past and present verb forms, including irregular verbs Structure Subject-verb agreement (simple and compound sentences) 4.LA.5.4.1 Correctly punctuate and capitalize titles, books, geographical names. (708.02.a) CL: Content Limit: [Note: Book titles, names of ships, etc., are underlined in Grades 2-5 and placed in italics beginning at Grade 6.] Skills assessed in previous grades are included. Examples: 5.4: Proper nouns Conventions Holidays 4.LA.5.4.2 Identify comma use in a direct address (“John, come here.”) and in compound sentences. (708.02.a) CL: Content Limit: [Apostrophe used to create singular possessives is included.] Skills assessed in previous grades are included. Examples: Previous commas: words/phrases in a series, dates and 5.4: addresses, friendly letter conventions Conventions End punctuation Cognitive level codes: B: Memorize C: Perform procedures D: Demonstrate understanding E: Conjecture, generalize, prove F: Solve non-routine problems, make connections November 7, 2007 4th Grade Mathematics New Vocabulary Goal ISAT% Objective Description (with content limits) Words Standard 1: Number and Operation 4.M.1.1.1 Read, write, compare, and order whole numbers to 100,000. (297.01.a) CL: B cent Calc: NO decimal Content Limit: When comparing, symbols for greater than and denominator less than will not be used. When ordering, no more than four digit 1.1: Understand values are used. Numbers may be ordered least to greatest or divide and use numbers 38-40% greatest to least. dividend 4.M.1.1.2 Identify and apply place value in whole numbers. divisor (297.01.b) eighth evaluate CL: B expanded form 1.1: Understand Calc: NO fifth and use numbers Content Limit: Whole numbers to 100,000. hundred thousand 4.M.1.1.3 Count the value of a collection of bills and coins up to million $100.00. (297.01.c) numerator quotient CL: C regroup (borrow, carry) Calc: NO rounding 1.1: Understand Content Limit: Any quantity of coins or bills whose sum is under sequence and use numbers $100. Pictures of bills and coins are not required. 4.M.1.1.4 Read, write, compare, and order commonly used fractions with pictorial representations. (297.01.d) CL: D Calc: NO Content Limit: Fraction denominators limited to 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 1.1: Understand and 8. Fractions not simplified. Improper fractions not allowed and use numbers as correct answer. 4.M.1.1.5 Use decimal numbers with money. (297.01.e) CL: B Calc: NO Content Limit: Items will state an amount of money less than $100 in words 1.1: Understand and ask to find the appropriate expression or value written with and use numbers dollar sigh ($) and decimal point. 4.M.1.2.2 Add and subtract whole numbers. (297.02.a) CL: C Calc: NO Content Limit: At most, three addends. Each number contains at most, three digits. Differences must be greater than zero. 1.2: Perform May be done with or without regrouping. Expression must be computations clearly stated. Items may be written in horizontal or vertical accurately form. November 7, 2007 4th Grade Mathematics New Vocabulary Goal ISAT% Objective Description (with content limits) Words 4.M.1.2.3 Multiply up to two-digit by two-digit whole numbers and divide whole numbers by one-digit divisors. (297.02.b) CL: C Calc: NO Content Limit: Divide up to three-digit whole numbers by one- digit divisors. Division must result in a whole number quotient. 1.2: Perform Division problems may be written with bracket or division computations symbol (÷). Expression must be clearly stated. Items may be accurately written in horizontal or vertical form. 4.M.1.2.4 Add and subtract fractions with like denominators that do not require simplification. (297.02.c) CL: C Calc: NO Content Limit: Fraction denominators limited to 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 10, 1.2: Perform and 12. Improper fractions allowed in answer options. computations Expression must be clearly stated. Items may be written in accurately horizontal or vertical form. 4.M.1.2.5 Add and subtract decimals using money. (297.02.d) CL: C Calc: NO Content Limit: May be done with or without regrouping. Values 1.2: Perform for answer options up to $10.00. All values written with dollar computations sign ($) and decimal point. Expression must be clearly stated. accurately Items may be written in horizontal or vertical form. 4.M.1.2.7 Select and use appropriate operations to solve word problems and show or explain work. (298.01.b) CL: D Calc: NO Content Limit: 1.2: Perform Content limits for objectives 1.2.2, 1.2.3, 1.2.4, and 1.2.5 apply. computations Expression should not be stated. „Show or explain the work‟ accurately assessed in the classroom, not on the ISAT. Standard 2: Measurement 4.M.2.1.1 Select and use appropriate units and tools to make the formal measurements of length, temperature, and weight in both systems. (299.01.a) CL: C convert Calc: NO elapsed time Content Limit: Select appropriate units and tools only. Units are equivalence degrees, inches, feet, yards, miles, millimeters, centimeters, gram 2.1: Understand meters, ounces, pounds, tons, grams, kilograms, and degrees. kilogram and use Tools are rulers, yardsticks, meter sticks, thermometers, millimeter customary and clocks, and scales. per metric „Use … tools to make formal measurements‟ to be assessed in width measurements 18-20% the classroom, not on the ISAT. November 7, 2007 4th Grade Mathematics New Vocabulary Goal ISAT% Objective Description (with content limits) Words 4.M.2.1.2 Estimate length, time, weight, and temperature in real-world problems using standard units. (299.01.b) CL: C Calc: NO Content Limit: Lengths are measured in inches, feet, and yards. Time is measured in minutes, hours, and days. Weight 2.1: Understand is measured in ounces, pounds, and tons. Capacity is and use measured in cups, quarts, and gallons. May select estimate of customary and size from among list of different numbers with same units (e.g., metric 1 inch, 1 foot, measurements 10 inches, 10 feet). 4.M.2.1.3 Tell time to the nearest minute using digital and analog clocks. (299.01.e) CL: B 2.1: Understand Calc: NO and use Content Limit: Second hand not shown on clock face. Picture customary and of analog clock is given and answer options show time on metric digital clock OR digital clock is shown and answer options are measurements analog clocks. 4.M.2.1.4 Solve real-world problems related to elapsed time. 2.1: Understand (299.01.f) and use customary and CL: F metric Calc: NO measurements Content Limit: Times given in hours and minutes. 4.M.2.1.5 Convert units of length and time within the U. S. Customary system. (299.01.c) CL: C Calc: NO Content Limit: 2.1: Understand Units of length are inches, feet, and yards. Units of time are and use seconds, minutes, hours, and days. Conversion may only customary and bridge two adjacent units such as hours to minutes and not metric hours to seconds. Conversions may not include or result in measurements fractions. 4.M.2.1.7 Recall length and volume (capacity) equivalences involving inches, feet, yards, cups, pints, quarts, and gallons in the U.S. Customary system. CL: B Calc: CR 2.1: Understand Content Limit: Equivalences include 12 inches = 1 foot, and use 3 feet = 1 yard, customary and 2 cups = 1 pint, metric 2 pints = 1 quart, and measurements 4 quarts = 1 gallon. No conversions. Standard 3: Algebra & Functions November 7, 2007 4th Grade Mathematics New Vocabulary Goal ISAT% Objective Description (with content limits) Words 4.M.3.1.1 Write a division problem using a bracket (⌐) and/or the division symbol (÷). (300.01.a) division 3.1: Use algebraic formula symbolism as a CL: B function tool to represent Calc: NO identity property mathematical Content Limit: Whole numbers less than 100,000. Student is zero property relationships 15-18% not required to find the quotient. 4.M.3.1.2 Write a number sentence using simple geometric shapes or letters of the alphabet as symbols to represent an unknown number. (300.01.b) CL: C 3.1: Use algebraic Calc: NO symbolism as a Content Limit: Information given in words to be rewritten as a tool to represent number sentence that includes a symbol. Number sentence mathematical includes no more than one operation. Geometric symbols used relationships limited to squares, rectangles and triangles. 4.M.3.1.3 Show the relationship between multiplication and division using fact families. 3.1: Use algebraic symbolism as a CL: D tool to represent Calc: NO mathematical Content Limit: Whole number factors between 1 and 10, relationships inclusive. 4.M.3.1.4 Read and use symbols of “<,” “>,” and “=” to express relationships with numbers through 1,000,000. (300.01.c) 3.1: Use algebraic CL: C symbolism as a Calc: CN tool to represent Content Limit: May compare results of expressions. Use whole mathematical numbers and expressions with no more than one operation. relationships „Read‟ means to express in words. 4.M.3.2.1 Use the identity and zero properties of multiplication. CL: C Calc: NO Content Limit: Item can be assessed using a numeric representation (4 x 0 or 4 x 1) or a description in words such as “Any number times zero …” a) Equals itself b) Equals zero 3.2: Evaluate c) Does not exist algebraic d) Equals the number with a zero added on…,etc. expressions Factors limited to 0 through 9. 4.M.3.3.1 Solve missing factor equations. (300.03.a) CL: C 3.3: Solve Calc: NO algebraic Content Limit: Whole number factors with products less than equations and 100. Geometric symbols used to represent missing factor inequalities limited to squares, rectangles, or triangles. November 7, 2007 4th Grade Mathematics New Vocabulary Goal ISAT% Objective Description (with content limits) Words 4.M.3.4.1 Identify the rule (function) for a pattern using whole numbers and addition and then extend the pattern. (303.01.a) CL: F Calc: NO 3.4: Understand Content Limit: Numbers less than 100. Items can ask for a the concept of rule, an extension of the pattern, or both. Minimum of four functions terms of pattern must be given. Standard 4: Geometry 4.M.4.1.1 Identify, compare, and analyze attributes of two- and area three- dimensional shapes, including parallel, intersecting, and coordinate grid perpendicular lines, and develop vocabulary to describe the face attributes. (301.01.a) first quadrant intersecting CL: B, C, D ordered pair Calc: NO parallel Content Limit: Identify and compare only. Two-dimensional perimeter shapes limited to triangles, quadrilaterals (rectangle, square, perpendicular rhombus, and trapezoid), and hexagons. Three-dimensional polygon shapes limited to cubes, cylinders, cones, spheres, pyramids, prism 4.1: Apply and rectangular prisms. quadrilateral concepts of size, three dimensional shape shape, and spatial „Analyze attributes … and develop vocabulary to describe the two dimensional shape relationships 15-18% attributes‟ to be assessed in the classroom, not on the ISAT. 4.M.4.1.2 Predict the results of sliding and flipping two- dimensional shapes. (301.01.d) CL: D 4.1: Apply Calc: NO concepts of size, Content Limit: Use diagrams showing non-regular polygons on shape, and spatial a grid. Include items where student is given a description and relationships there is a graphic shown for each answer option. 4.M.4.1.3 Identify multiple lines of symmetry in two-dimensional shapes. 4.1: Apply CL: B, C concepts of size, Calc: NO shape, and spatial Content Limit: Shapes limited to parallelogram, hexagon, and relationships octagon. 4.M.4.3.1 Use ordered pairs to identify the position of a point in the first quadrant on a coordinate grid. CL: C 4.3: Apply Calc: NO graphing in two Content Limit: Coordinates are whole numbers. Point may not dimensions be on x-axis or y-axis. Standard 5: Data Analysis, Probability, & Stats November 7, 2007 4th Grade Mathematics New Vocabulary Goal ISAT% Objective Description (with content limits) Words 4.M.5.1.1 Read and interpret simple tables, charts, bar graphs, axes labels and line graphs. (302.01.a) axes scales circle graph (pie chart) CL: D experiment Calc: NO label Content Limit: Graphics may have at most ten data categories. line graph Scales are in increments of 1, 2, 5, or, 10 or must be mode consistent with real-world applications. Bar graphs may be probability 5.1: Understand vertical or horizontal. Pictograph may be used as a type of bar title data analysis 15-18% graph. 4.M.5.2.1 Collect, organize, and display data in tables and charts to answer a question. (302.02.a) CL: C Calc: NO Content Limit: Given data, choose a display. Graphics may have at most ten data categories. Scales are in increments of 1, 2, 5, or 10, or must be consistent with real-world applications. Bar graphs may be vertical or horizontal. Pictograph may be used as a type of bar graph. Line graphs, 5.2: Collect, vertical bar graphs, and horizontal bar graphs may be used. organize, and „Collect‟ data to be assessed in the classroom, not on the display data ISAT. 4.M.5.3.1 Find the mode of a simple set of whole number data. CL: C Calc: NO 5.3: Apply simple Content Limit: Numbers used for data are less than 100. Data statistical set must contain unique mode. Limited to ten values in data measurements set. 4.M.5.4.1 Predict the results of simple probability experiments using coins or spinners (e.g., 3 out of 6 choices). (302.04.a) CL: E 5.4: Understand Calc: NO basic concepts of Content Limit: Situation may involve at most two coins or probability spinners divided in up to six equal sections. 4.M.5.5.1 Make predictions based on data. (298.01.c) 5.5: Make predictions or CL: E decisions based Calc: NO on data Content Limit: Data given in tables, bar graphs, or line graphs. Cognitive level codes: B: Memorize C: Perform procedures D: Demonstrate understanding E: Conjecture, generalize, prove F: Solve non-routine problems, make connections November 7, 2007