Presentation on theme: "“I Can” Learning Targets"— Presentation transcript:
1“I Can” Learning Targets 3rd Grade Math4th Six Weeks
2TNCore 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 TCAP: SPI , SPI 0306,1.3, SPI , SPI , SPI , SPI , SPI , SPI
34th Six Weeks Pacing Guide Lessons:TN-7TN-813.5TN-914.4TN-1014.5-*14.6*Note: Dropped from TCAP: SPI (Lesson 10.2, 10.6, 10.7, 10.8, 14.6 and TN Handbook: pg. TN31)TNCore Focus Standards: #1 Represent and solve problems involving multiplication and division.#2 Understand properties of multiplication and the relationship between multiplication and division.
4“I Can” Lesson 12.1-12.10 I can describe the meaning of … Denominator (like and unlike)NumeratorUnit FractionI 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 (see next slide)
5“I Can” TN-7; TN-8I 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.
6“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 Teacher’s Program Overview, pg. T141)
7“I Can” Lesson 14.1-14.6 I can describe the meaning of… *capacity*gram*liquid measures*mile*ounce*areaI 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: Dropped from TCAP: SPI (Lesson 10.2, 10.6, 10.7, 10.8, 14.6 and TN Handbook: pg. TN31)Note: Use TN-9 after lesson 14.3; use TN-10 after lesson (see next slide)
8“I Can” TN-9; TN-10I 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.