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I Can Learning Targets 3rd Grade Math 4th Six Weeks

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TNCore Focus Standards 2012-13 Represent and solve problems involving multiplication and division. Understand properties of multiplication and the relationship between multiplication and division. Dropped from 2012-13 TCAP: SPI 0306.1.1, SPI 0306,1.3, SPI 0306.1.6, SPI 0306. 1.8, SPI 0306.3.4, SPI 0306.4.2, SPI 0306.4.3, SPI 0306. 5.3

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4 th Six Weeks Pacing Guide Lessons: 12.1-12.2 TN-7 12.3-12.4 TN-8 12.5-12.10 13.1-13.2 13.5 14.1-14.3 TN-9 14.4 TN-10 14.5-*14.6 TNCore Focus Standards: #1 Represent and solve problems involving multiplication and division. #2 Understand properties of multiplication and the relationship between multiplication and division. *Note: Dropped from 2012-13 TCAP: SPI 0306.1.6 (Lesson 10.2, 10.6, 10.7, 10.8, 14.6 and TN Handbook: pg. TN31)

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I Can Lesson 12.1-12.10 I can describe the meaning of … Denominator (like and unlike) Numerator Unit Fraction I can divide shapes into equal parts to make fractions. I can name parts of a fraction. I can name equal fractions. I can use symbols to show more, less, or equal while using fractions. I can use a number line to order fractions. I can compare fractions using drawings, models, and benchmark fractions. I can identify fractions as part of a whole or a set, a point on a number line, and as division of two whole numbers. I can add fractions with like denominators. I can subtract fractions with like denominators. I can solve a problem that has missing or extra information by using patterns. Note: Use TN-7 after lesson 12.2; use TN-8 after lesson 12.4. (see next slide)

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I Can TN-7; TN-8 I understand that ½, 1/3, and ¼ represent numbers called unit fractions. I understand that when a whole is divided into equal parts, the sum of all the parts add up to one. I can name and identify fractions that are less than, equal to, or greater than one.

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I Can 13.1-13.2; 13.5 I can describe the meaning of decimal. I can write a fraction and a decimal using a picture. I can match fractions of equal value when I hear them spoken, written, modeled, or drawn in a picture/illustration. I can count dollars and coins up to five dollars. I can solve a problem that has missing or extra information by using patterns. Note: Teach 13.3 and 13.4 after TCAP (see Tennessee Teachers Program Overview, pg. T141)

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I Can Lesson 14.1-14.6 I can describe the meaning of… *capacity *gram *liquid measures *mile *ounce *area I understand that all measurements require units. I can use a ruler to measure to the nearest inch and ½ inch. I can choose the correct tool to measure. I can estimate measurements. I can choose the correct unit of measurement using inches, feet, yards, and miles. I can choose the correct unit of capacity using pint, quart, gallon, and cup. I can choose the correct unit of weight using ounce, pound, and ton. I can identify and use vocabulary to describe two- and three-dimensional shapes. Note: Use TN-9 after lesson 14.3; use TN-10 after lesson 14.4. (see next slide) *Note: Dropped from 2012-13 TCAP: SPI 0306.1.6 (Lesson 10.2, 10.6, 10.7, 10.8, 14.6 and TN Handbook: pg. TN31)

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I Can TN-9; TN-10 I can measure and write measurements that use mixed units (like feet and inches; or feet and yards; or meters and centimeters) I can recognize the use of fractions in liquid measures.

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