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“I Can” Statements 4 th Math 1 st Six Weeks

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TNCore Focus Standards 2012-13 Extend understanding of fraction equivalence and ordering. Build fractions from unit fractions by applying and extending previous understanding of operations on whole numbers. Dropped from the 2012-2013 TCAP: SPI 0406.1.2, SPI 0406.1.3, SPI 0406.3.2, SPI 0406.4.3, SPI 0406.4.5, SPI 0406.4.6, SPI 0406.4.10, SPI 0406.5.3, SPI 0406.5.4

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1 st Six Weeks Pacing Guide (Combine lessons when appropriate.) Lessons: 1.1-1.3 (Review: 1.3) 1.5-*1.6-1.7 2.1 2.3-2.7 (Review: 2.4, 2.5, 2.6) 3.1-3.7 (Review: 3.1) 4.1-4.5 5.1-5.2 (Review: 5.1) 5.4-5.8 *6.1-6.4 TNCore FocusS tandards 2012-13: #1 Extend understanding of fraction equivalence and ordering. #2 Build fractions from unit fractions by applying and extending previous understanding of operations on whole numbers. *Note: SPI 0406.1.3 Dropped from the 2012-13 TCAP (Lesson 1.6, TN Handbook: pg. TN16) SPI 0406.3.2 Dropped from the 2012-13 TCAP (Lesson 6.1, 15.5, TN Handbook: pg. TN53)

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“I Can” Lesson 1.1-1.3, 1.5-1.7 I can identify the value of each place and digit in a number. I can put numbers to 10,000 in order and use words and symbols to show equal to, less than, and greater than. I can use decimals in money to help me make estimates. I can make change in a transaction. I can ID a number represented in lots of different ways— symbols, numbers, verbal, pictures. *Note: SPI 0406.1.3 Dropped from the 2012-13 TCAP (Lesson 1.6, TN Handbook: pg. TN16) SPI 0406.3.2 Dropped from the 2012-13 TCAP (Lesson 6.1, 15.5, TN Handbook: pg. TN53)

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“I Can” 2.1, 2.3-2.7 I can explain why my answer is reasonable. I can add and subtract in my head. I can ID and use commutative, associative, and distributive properties. I can tell when information is missing or extra in a word problem. I can use whole numbers, fractions, and/or decimals to solve word problems. I can solve word problems that have 2- and 3-digit whole numbers that require addition and substation (with and without regrouping). I can use a picture or a diagram to show a problem written in words. I can write a number sentence or equation to show a problem written in words

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“I Can” 3.1-3.7 I can use number and/or picture arrays, and repeated addition to multiply. I can use patterns and skip counting to find multiples. I can use the properties of multiplication (commutative, zero, identity) to help me multiply. I can break apart facts to find the product (distributive property).

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“I Can” 4.1-4.5 I can describe the meaning of… Equation Inverse Operation I can use models to show that division is the opposite of multiplication. I can use fact families to show related multiplication and division facts. I can demonstrate the special properties of zero in division. I can use multiplication facts to divide. I can use a model or picture to help me write and solve an equation.

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“I Can” 5.1-5.2, 5.4-5.8 I can multiply by 10 and 100. I can break numbers apart to do mental math. I can use place-value blocks to model how to break apart numbers. I can use compatible numbers to multiple mentally. I can round numbers to help me estimate when I multiply. I can explain why my answer is reasonable. I can use different strategies to help me multiply-- join equal groups, place value blocks, arrays, models, pictures, and diagrams. I can find partial products when multiplying a 2-digit number by a 1-digit number. I can regroup when multiplying 3- digit numbers. I can use a model or picture to help me write and solve an equation.

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“I Can” 6.1-6.8 I can describe the meaning of… Equation Expression I can use letters and symbols to stand for an unknown number. I can write a simple math problem that contains a symbol or letter for an unknown number. I can look for a pattern or sequence to help me write a rule about the relationship of numbers in a problem. I can solve story problems by using strategies like models and place-value blocks. I can explain why my answer is reasonable. *Note: SPI 0406.1.3 Dropped from the 2012-13 TCAP (Lesson 1.6, TN Handbook: pg. TN16) SPI 0406.3.2 Dropped from the 2012-13 TCAP (Lesson 6.1, 15.5, TN Handbook: pg. TN53)

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