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I can interpret multiplication startegies (i.e. 35 is 5 times as many as 7)

I can interpret multiplication startegies (i.e. 35 is 5 times as many as 7)

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I can interpret multiplication startegies (i.e. 35 is 5 times as many as 7)

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  1. I can interpret multiplication startegies (i.e. 35 is 5 times as many as 7) DOK 1 & 2 4.OA.1

  2. I can write a multiplication equation given information. DOK 1 & 2 4.OA.1

  3. I can determine when to multiply and divide in word problems. DOK 1, 2 4.OA.2

  4. I can write an equation using a variable to represent the unknown DOK 2 4.OA.2

  5. I can use multiplication and division in two or more ways. DOK 2 4.OA.2

  6. I can interpret remainders in word problems. DOK 2 4.OA.3

  7. I can choose the correct operation to perform at each step of a multi-step word problem. DOK 2 4.OA.3

  8. I can write an equation using a variable to represent the unknown. DOK 3 4.OA.3

  9. I can use mental math and estimation to check if my answer is reasonable. DOK 3 4.OA.3

  10. I can recognize prime and composite numbers up to 100. DOK 1 4.OA.4

  11. I can define factors and multiples. DOK 1 4.OA.4

  12. I can list all the factor pairs for numbers up to 100. DOK 1 4.OA.4

  13. I can define prime and composite. DOK 1 4.OA.4

  14. I can determine the multiples of a given whole number. DOK 1 4.OA.4

  15. I can continue a given number or shape pattern. DOK 1 4.OA.5

  16. I can make a pattern that follows a given rule. DOK 1 4.OA.5

  17. I can identify and explain a pattern to determine parts not stated in the rule. DOK 2 4.OA.5

  18. I can explain that in a multi-digit whole number, a digit in one place represents ten times what it represents in the place to its right. DOK 1 4.NBT.1

  19. I can read and write numbers in standard form up to one million. DOK 1 4.NBT.2

  20. I can read and write numbers in word form up to one million. DOK 1 4.NBT.2

  21. I can read and write numbers in expanded for up to one million. DOK 1 4.NBT.2

  22. I can compare two multi-digit numbers up to one million using the <, >, or = sign. DOK 1 4.NBT.2

  23. I can use the value of the digit to the right of the place to be rounded to determine whether to round up or down. DOK 1 4.NBT.3

  24. I can recognize how to use place value and what digits to look for in order to round a multi-digit number. DOK 1 4.NBT.3

  25. I can add and subtract numbers up to one million. DOK 1 4.NBT.4

  26. I can multiply a multi-digit number up to 4 digits by a one digit number without a calculator. DOK 1 4.NBT.5

  27. I can multiply a 2 digit by 2 digit number without a calculator. DOK 1 4.NBT.5

  28. I can solve multiplication of two –digit numbers using rectangular arrays, place value, and the area model. DOK 2 4.NBT.5

  29. I can explain my chosen strategy. DOK 2 4.NBT.5

  30. I can divide a multi-digit number up to 4 digits by a one digit number without a calculator. DOK 1 4.NBT.6

  31. I can show the relationship between multiplication and division. DOK 2 4.NBT.6

  32. I can solve a division problem using a rectangular array, place value, and the area model. DOK 2 4.NBT.6

  33. I can explain my chosen strategy. DOK 2 4.NBT.6

  34. I can use visual fraction models to show how two fractions are equivalent. (3/4 = 6/8). DOK 1, 2 & 3 4.NF.1

  35. I can generate equivalent fractions by multiplying the numerator and denominator by the same number. DOK 1, 2 & 3 4.NF.1

  36. I can compare two given fractions by making equivalent fractions with common denominators of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 12, and 100. DOK 1, 2 4.NF.2

  37. I can compare two fractions using the symbols (<, >, =) and explain each comparison. DOK 2, 3 4.NF.2

  38. I can compare two fractions that come from the same whole. DOK 1 4.NF.2

  39. I can explain that comparing two fractions is only valid when they refer to the same whole by using visual models. DOK 2, 3 4.NF.2

  40. I can use benchmark fractions such as ½ to compare two fractions. DOK 2 4.NF.2 DOK 1, 2, & 3 4.NF.3

  41. I can add two fractions knowing that I am joining parts referring to the same whole. DOK 1, 2, & 3 4.NF.3a

  42. I can subtract two fractions knowing that I am separating parts referring to the same whole. DOK 1, 2, & 3 4.NF.3a

  43. I can use a visual model to split a fraction in more than one way, including splitting a fraction into a sum of its unit (original) fraction. DOK 1, 2, & 3 4.NF.3b

  44. I can record how I split a fraction by using an equation. DOK 1, 2, & 3 4.NF.3b

  45. I can use a faction model to show how I split a fraction. DOK 1, 2, & 3 4.NF.3b

  46. I can add and subtract mixed numbers with like denominators. DOK 1, 2, & 3 4.NF.3c

  47. I can replace mixed numbers with equivalent fractions. DOK 1, 2, & 3 4.NF.3c

  48. I can replace improper fractions with a mixed number. DOK 1, 2, & 3 4.NF.3c

  49. I can add and subtract fractions with like denominators. DOK 1, 2, & 3 4.NF.3d

  50. I can solve addition and subtraction word problems using drawings, pictures, and equations. DOK 1, 2, & 3 4.NF.3d DOK 1 & 2 4.NF.4