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Third Grade Goal ISAT% Objective Description (with content limits) Vocabulary Words Standard 1: Reading Process 3.LA.1.1.2 Locate information using alphabetical order past the second letter. (698.01.i) CL: C Content Limit: Item will include two guide words from a dictionary page 1.1: Acquire with alphabetical order past the second letter; each response will Concepts about include a word. Students must identify which word would appear on the Print 35-48% page with the specified guide words. 3.LA.1.2.3 Use graphics, graphs, tables, diagrams, parenthesis, italics and bold print to understand text. (698.05.b) alphabetical order text types/formats CL: C period 1.2: Acquire Content Limit: Item will address a graphic, table, diagram, parenthesis, question mark Concepts about italics, or bold print in a text passage. Only one concept may be exclamation point Text assessed in an item. indenting 3.LA.1.5.1 Decode using syllable types and syllable patterns to decode bold print words with 2-4 syllables. (698.01.a) dialogue 1.5: Acquire graphs Decoding Skills CL: B tables Using Content Limit: Item will include words with 2-4 syllables using various diagrams Syllabication syllable types and syllable patterns. parenthesis 3.LA.1.8.1 Use knowledge of base words, common prefixes and suffixes vowel digraphs to determine meaning of unknown words in isolation and in context. diphthongs (698.01.i) r-controlled vowels abbreviations CL: C syllable types 1.8: Vocabulary Content Limit: Item will address word structure using words containing a syllable patterns and Concept base word, prefix, or suffix to assist in determining meaning based on Context clues Development context or in isolation. fluency sight words base words 3.LA.1.8.2 Identify synonyms, antonyms, homophones, and prefixes/suffixes homographs to determine the meaning of words in context. (698.01.h) synonyms antonyms CL: B homophones 1.8: Vocabulary Content Limit: Item will address the concepts of context, antonyms, homographs and Concept synonyms, and simple analogies. Only one concept may be assessed in dictionary Development an item. Items do not require definition of the specific literary terms. glossary Standard 2: Comprehension/Interpretation 3.LA.2.1.3 Draw simple conclusions based on information gathered from 2.1: Acquire text. (698.01.n) Strategies and Skills for CL: D Comprehending Content Limit: Item requires information obtained solely from the text Text 52-65% given. 3.LA.2.2.1 Identify cause-effect, compare-contrast, and descriptions that support comprehension. text to self 2.2: Acquire Skills CL: D text to world to Comprehend Content Limit: Item requires information obtained solely from the text text to text Expository Text given. draw conclusions expository cause-effect compare-contrast descriptions generate questions (how, why, what-if) facts details sequence retell Third Grade text to self text to world text to text Goal ISAT% Objective Description (with content limits) drawVocabulary Words conclusions 3.LA.2.2.3 Identify facts and relevant details to sequence important expository information from expository text into a logical order to retell facts. cause-effect (698.01.p) compare-contrast descriptions CL: C generate questions (how, why, 2.2: Acquire Skills Content Limit: Item will require the identification of facts and details what-if) to Comprehend solely from the nonfiction text given. Item may include identification of facts Expository Text main idea, facts, relevant details, and/or sequencing. details 3.LA.2.2.4 Follow simple multi-step written directions. sequence retell CL: B multi-step directions Content Limit: Multi-step instructions will be no more than three steps in genre (e.g., fable, fairy tale, 2.2: Acquire Skills response to an item. Items may require organization and/or sequencing poetry, folktale to Comprehend of information. Item requires information obtained solely from the text characters (e.g., traits, roles, Expository Text given. similarities/differences) 3.LA.2.3.1 Identify different genres of literature (e.g., fables, fairy tales, setting (e.g., time-of-day, place, poetry, folktales). (698.02.a) year) plot 2.3: Acquire Skills CL: B narrator (point of view) for Content Limit: Item will address one genre. Item may include lesson (theme) Comprehending characteristics of the genre (e.g., realistic fiction, tall tale, fable, legend, idiom Literary Text poetry); options may be selected from a different genre. 3.LA.2.3.2 Describe characters (e.g., traits, roles, similarities/differences) within a literary selection, heard or read. (698.03.b) CL: C 2.3: Acquire Skills Content Limit: Item will contain information about a character; response for may be a descriptor of a character trait. Characterization may be Comprehending addressed in the item. Item does not require definition of the specific Literary Text term. 3.LA.2.3.3 Identify all aspects of the setting (e.g., time of day, place, year). (698.03.b) CL: B 2.3: Acquire Skills Content Limit: Item will contain information about the setting; response for may be choices of aspects of the setting. Only one aspect of the setting Comprehending is addressed in the item. Item does not require definition of the specific Literary Text term. 3.LA.2.3.4 Identify plots in literary text. (698.03.b) 2.3: Acquire Skills for CL: B Comprehending Content Limit: Item may require identification of elements of plot (e.g., Literary Text main problem, conflict, key details, sequencing, and resolution). 3.LA.2.3.6 Identify the lesson of a fable or folktale (theme). 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 2.3: Acquire Skills requiring literary connections are limited to passages provided. for Passages should be at a third grade readability based on 2 readability Comprehending formulas. Item may require identification of the lesson or theme of a Literary Text selection. Passages may include realistic fiction. Cognitive level codes: B: Memorize C: Perform procedures D: Demonstrate understanding Third Grade Goal ISAT% Objective Description (with content limits) Vocabulary Words E: Conjecture, generalize, prove F: Solve non-routine problems, make connections Third Grade Language Usage Goal ISAT% Objective Description (with content limits) Vocabulary Words Standard 3: Writing Process 3.LA.3.1.2 Generate the main idea. CL: D Content Limit: Items may require related statements that will allow students to select the main idea from several options. prewriting strategies (brainstorming, sketching, 3.1: Prewrite 40-50% Main idea listing) 3.LA.3.1.3 Plan writing using organizational strategies (e.g., main idea graphic organizer, chart). introduction closing CL: D format Content Limit: organizational strategies Items may require students to select details to support the (completing graphic organizers, main idea. storyboarding/charts) writing purpose 3.1: Prewrite Supporting details writing audience 3.LA.3.1.4 Identify an appropriate writing format for purpose draft and audience. (699.01.c) details (supporting, sensory) revise (for ideas/meaning) CL: D edit (for process and Content Limit: conventions) Items may require information that contains a clear writing editing checklist purpose and intended audience. Item responses selected publish from the formats taught in Standard 4, Grades K-3. illustrate Examples: friendly letter, directions, paragraph narrative (personal) creative (rhymes, poems, Purpose songs) Format expository 3.1: Prewrite Audience persuasive 3.LA.3.3.1 Revise draft for meaning. sequence of Events (beginning, middle, end) CL: E friendly letter (greeting, body, Content Limit: closing) Sequence address/envelope paragraph Word Choice plot connections (text to text, text to Mixed grade-level revision skills self, text to world) (Includes a mix of skills assessed in 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.3.1, 3.3.2, 3.3: Revise 3.3.3, and 5.3.1) 3.LA.3.3.2 Revise draft by adding details to enhance audience understanding. CL: E Content Limit: Adding relevant details 3.3: Revise Identifying irrelevant details November 7, 2007 Third Grade Language Usage Goal ISAT% Objective Description (with content limits) Vocabulary Words 3.LA.3.3.3 Identify words and sentences that need to be rearranged to clarify meaning. CL: E Content Limit: Identifying and rearranging words within complete, simple sentences (i.e., statement, interrogative, exclamatory) 3.3: Revise Rearranging sentences in a paragraph in the correct order 3.LA.3.4.1 Edit the draft using a simple editing checklist. 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 5: Writing Components 3.LA5.2.1 Spell correctly Grade 3 high-frequency words. (699.02.a) cursive spelling CL: B sentence (statement/declarative, Content Limit: question/interrogative, 5.2: Spelling Includes grade-appropriate words commonly taught across exclamation/exclamatory) Skills 50-60% multiple textbook series verb tense (regular and 3.LA.5.2.3 Apply spelling rules appropriate to grade level to irregular, past and present) spell accurately. (699.02.a) capitalization (proper nouns, titles, holidays) CL: C commas (series, dates, 5.2: Spelling Content Limit: addresses, letters) Skills Includes homophones and commonly confused words 3.LA.5.3.1 Identify and use three types of sentences (exclamatory, declarative, and interrogative). CL: B Content Limit: Students may identify sentences using the following terms: exclamation, statement, and question. Items do not use the technical terms: exclamatory, declarative, and interrogative. Skills assessed in previous grades are included. Examples: Changing one sentence type into another (declarative into 5.3: Sentence interrogative, etc.) Structure Complete/incomplete sentences November 7, 2007 Third Grade Language Usage Goal ISAT% Objective Description (with content limits) Vocabulary Words 3.LA.5.3.2 Use past and present verb tenses, including irregular verbs. CL: C Content Limit: Skills assessed in previous grades are included. Examples: 5.3: Sentence Verbs Structure Subject-verb agreement 3.LA.5.4.1 Capitalize proper nouns, titles, and holidays. (699.02.a) CL: C 5.4: [Note: Book titles, names of ships, etc., are underlined in Conventions Grades 2-5 and placed in italics beginning at Grade 6.] 3.LA.5.4.2 Use commas in: • series (699.02.a) • dates (699.02.a) • addresses (699.02.a) • letters (699.02.a) CL: C Content Limits: Items may require commas used correctly in a series, date, address, and letter conventions. Skills assessed in previous grades are included. 5.4: Example: 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 Third Grade Mathematics New Vocabulary Goal ISAT% Objective Description (with content limits) Words Standard 1: Number & Operation 3.M.1.1.1 Read, write, compare, and order whole numbers to 10,000. (287.01.a) CL: B calculator Calc: NO fourth Content Limit: When comparing numbers between 1,000 and fraction 9,999, numbers will differ in only hundreds and thousands half places. When comparing, the symbols for greater than and less half dollar than will not be used. When ordering, no more than four values multiply 1.1: Understand are used. Numbers may be ordered least to greatest or greatest ten thousand and use numbers 38-40% to least. third 3.M.1.1.2 Identify place value through 9,999. (287.01.b) CL: B 1.1: Understand Calc: NO and use numbers Content Limit: Whole numbers to 9,999. 3.M.1.1.3 Count the value of a collection of bills and coins up to $10.00. (287.01.c) CL: C Calc: NO Content Limit: Pictures of bills and coins should be used. Coins should be close to actual size. Number of coins should be less 1.1: Understand than the next value coin (i.e., no more than four pennies, one and use numbers nickel, four dimes, and/or three quarters per item). 3.M.1.1.4 Recognize, name, and represent commonly used fractions using concrete materials. (287.01.a) CL: B Calc: NO Content Limit: Fraction denominators limited to 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8. Fractions not simplified. No mixed numbers. No improper 1.1: Understand fractions as correct answer. Pictures of concrete materials and use numbers should be used. 3.M.1.2.2 Add and subtract whole numbers with and without regrouping through 999. (287.02.a) CL: C Calc: NO Content Limit: Each of the two numbers contains at most three 1.2: Perform digits. Differences must be greater than zero. Expression must computations be clearly stated. Items may be written in horizontal or vertical accurately form. 3.M.1.2.3 Add three one- and two- digit addends. (287.02.c) CL: C Calc: NO 1.2: Perform Content Limit: Item may contain one- and two-digit numbers. computations Expression must be clearly stated. Items may be written in accurately horizontal or vertical form. Third Grade Mathematics New Vocabulary Goal ISAT% Objective Description (with content limits) Words 3.M.1.2.4 Multiply whole numbers through 10 x 10. (287.02.d) CL: C Calc: NO 1.2: Perform Content Limit: Whole number factors between 0 and 10 computations inclusive. Expression must be clearly stated. Items may be accurately written in horizontal or vertical form. 3.M.1.2.6 Use appropriate operations to solve word problems and show or explain work. (288.01.b) CL: D Calc: NO Content Limit: Content limits for objectives 1.2.2, 1.2.3, and 1.2: Perform 1.2.4 apply. Expression should not be stated. Selecting an computations operation also appropriate for standard. ‘Show or explain work’ accurately to be assessed in the classroom, not on the ISAT. Standard 2: Measurement Celsius cup customary degree Fahrenheit 3.M.2.1.1 Select and use appropriate units and tools to make gallon formal measurements of length and temperature in both liter systems. (289.01.a) metric minute CL: C minute hand Calc: NO ounce Content Limit: Select appropriate units and tools only. Units pint 2.1: Understand should be inches, feet, yards, centimeters, meters, and degrees. pound and use Tools are rulers, yardsticks, meter sticks, thermometers, clocks, quart customary and and scales. ‘use … tools to make formal measurements of quarter hour metric length and temperature’ to be assessed in the classroom, not on ton measurements 18-20% the ISAT. 3.M.2.1.2 Estimate length, time, and weight in real-world problems using standard units. (289.01.b) CL: C Calc: NO Content Limit: Lengths are measured in inches, feet, and yards. Time is measured in minutes, hours, and days. Weight is measured in 2.1: Understand ounces, pounds, and tons. Capacity is measured in cups, and use quarts, and gallons. May select estimate of size from among list customary and of different numbers within same units (e.g., 1 inch, 1 foot, 10 metric inches, measurements 10 feet). Third Grade Mathematics New Vocabulary Goal ISAT% Objective Description (with content limits) Words 3.M.2.1.3 Tell time using digital and analog clocks using quarter hour and five minute intervals. (289.01.e) CL: B 2.1: Understand Calc: NO and use Content Limit: Second hand not shown on clock face. Picture of customary and analog clock is given and answer options show time on digital metric clock OR digital clock is shown and answer options are analog measurements clocks. 3.M.2.1.4 Solve real-world problems related to time. 2.1: Understand CL: F and use Calc: NO customary and Content Limit: metric Times given in hours and minutes. No elapsed time problems. measurements May add or subtract hours and minutes. 3.M.2.1.5 Identify relationships of length and time within the U.S. customary system and within the metric system. (289.01.c, 289.01.d) CL: C Calc: NO Content Limit: Relationships may include: 12 inches = 1 ft, 2.1: Understand 3 ft = 1 yard, and use 100 cm = 1 meter, customary and 60 seconds = 1 min, metric 60 min = 1 hr. measurements No conversions. 3.M.2.1.6 State that there are 24 hours in a day, 7 days in a 2.1: Understand week, and 12 months in a year. and use customary and CL: B metric Calc: CN measurements Content Limit: No conversions. Standard 3: Algebra & Functions 3.M.3.1.1 Write a multiplication problem vertically and addend horizontally. (290.01.a) equation 3.1: Use algebraic multiplication symbolism as a CL: C rule tool to represent Calc: NO symbol mathematical Content Limit: Whole number factors that are one- or two-digit unknown number relationships 15-18% numbers. Student is not required to find the product. 3.M.3.1.2 Write a number sentence using simple geometric shapes as symbols to represent an unknown number. (290.01.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, or triangles. Third Grade Mathematics New Vocabulary Goal ISAT% Objective Description (with content limits) Words 3.M.3.1.3 Write a fact family when given two addends. 3.1: Use algebraic symbolism as a CL: D tool to represent Calc: NO mathematical Content Limit: Whole number addends between 1 and 9, relationships inclusive. 3.M.3.1.4 Read and use symbols (<, >, =) to express relationships with numbers through 9,999. (290.01.c) CL: C 3.1: Use algebraic Calc: NO symbolism as a Content Limit: May compare results of expressions. Use whole tool to represent numbers and expressions with no more than one operation. For mathematical addition and subtraction expressions, result may be up to 999. relationships For multiplication, factors must be less than 10. 3.M.3.2.1 Use the commutative property of multiplication. (290.02.a) CL: C 3.2: Evaluate Calc: NO algebraic Content Limit: Factors may be one- or two-digit numbers. expressions Student is not required to find the product. 3.M.3.2.2 Solve multiplication problems using the commutative property (e.g., If 24 x 38 = 912, then what is 38 x 24?). CL: C 3.2: Evaluate Calc: NO algebraic Content Limit: Factors may be one- or two-digit numbers. expressions Student is not required to find the product. 3.M.3.3.1 Solve missing addend equations. (290.03.a) CL: C 3.3: Solve Calc: NO algebraic Content Limit: Whole number addends with sums less than 100. equations and Geometric symbols used to represent missing addend limited to inequalities squares, rectangles, or triangles. 3.M.3.4.1 Extend a growing arithmetic, numerical pattern when given a rule with a single operation of one digit addition (e.g., add 3). (293.01.a) CL: C 3.4: Understand Calc: NO the concept of Content Limit: Pattern includes numbers less than 100. functions Minimum of four terms of pattern must be given. Standard 4: Geometry Third Grade Mathematics New Vocabulary Goal ISAT% Objective Description (with content limits) Words 3.M.4.1.1 Identify, compare, and analyze attributes of two- and three- dimensional shapes, including right angles, squares, and three-dimensional shapes in environment, and develop vocabulary to describe the attributes. CL: B, C, D Calc: NO Content Limit: Identify and compare only. Two-dimensional shapes limited to triangles, quadrilaterals (square and rectangle), and circles. Three-dimensional shapes limited to flip 4.1: Apply cubes, cones, spheres, cylinders, and pyramids. horizontal concepts of size, right angle shape, and spatial ‘Analyze attributes … and develop vocabulary to describe the slide relationships 15-18% attributes’ to be assessed in the classroom, not on the ISAT. vertical 3.M.4.1.3 Identify vertical and horizontal lines of symmetry. CL: B Calc: NO 4.1: Apply Content Limit: Limited to two-dimensional shapes or pictures. concepts of size, May identify no lines of symmetry, one vertical line of symmetry, shape, and spatial one horizontal line of symmetry, or both vertical and horizontal relationships lines of symmetry. 3.M.4.3.1 Identify the point of final destination given directions for movement on a positive number line. CL: C Calc: NO Content Limit: Movement described may include sequence of no more than two directions as addition or subtraction. Each 4.3: Apply successive move must remain in positive portion of number line. graphing in two Dot must be used to indicate the starting point on given graphic dimensions of number line. Standard 5: Data Analysis, Probability, & Stats 3.M.5.1.1 Interpret information found in tables, bar graphs, and charts. (292.01.a) CL: D Calc: NO Content Limit: Total number on tables and bar graphs will not exceed 100. Scales are in increments of 1, 2, or 5. Graphics may have at most four data categories. Bar graphs may be 5.1: Understand vertical or horizontal. Pictograph may be used as type of bar data analysis 15-18% graph. prediction Third Grade Mathematics New Vocabulary Goal ISAT% Objective Description (with content limits) Words 3.M.5.2.1 Collect, organize, and display data in tables, charts, or bar graphs in order to answer a question. (292.02.a) CL: C Calc: NO Content Limit: Given data, choose a display. Total number on tables and bar graphs will not exceed 100. Scales are in increments of 1, 2, or 5. Graphics may have at most four data 5.2Collect, categories. Bar graphs may be vertical or horizontal. Pictograph organize, and and tally tables may be used as types of bar graphs. ‘Collect’ to display data be assessed in the classroom, not on the ISAT. Cognitive level codes: B: Memorize C: Perform procedures D: Demonstrate understanding E: Conjecture, generalize, prove F: Solve non-routine problems, make connections