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**BOLD**and Standards in Green

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_______ will independently and accurately solve both computation and 2-3 step story problems involving addition, subtraction, and money in 4 out of 5 trials.

_______ will independently and accurately solve both computation and 2-3 step story problems involving addition, subtraction, and money in 4 out of 5 trials.

_______ will solve problems involving counting money and making change, using both coins and paper money in 4 of 5 opportunities.

_______ will model, represent, and explain multiplication to solve basic facts 0-5 in 4 of 5 opportunities.

_______ will model, represent, and explain division to solve basic facts with 0-5 as divisors in 4 of 5 opportunities.

_______ will answer questions related to visual representations of data (i.e. charts, line plots, picture graphs, and bar graphs) in 4 of 5 opportunities.

_______ will discriminate between the relevant and irrelevant information provided within a story problem independently in 4 of 5 opportunities.

_______ will identify the correct operation sign within a story problem independently in 4 of 5 opportunities.

_______ will accurately arrange the number sentence in order to solve a story problem independently in 4 of 5 opportunities.

**_________ will use the mathematical strategies of finding a pattern and drawing a**

**picture in order to answer problem solving questions with a minimum visual or verbal cue in 4/5 recorded opportunities.**

*[Gr 7. Mathematics: Mathematical Processes. Benchmark B. Apply and adapt problem solving strategies to solve a variety of problems, including unfamiliar and non-routine problem situations.]*

**_________ will accurately identify key words within addition and subtraction story problems**

independently in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

_________ will use the "find a pattern" strategy in order to accurately answer an addition or

subtraction story problem with a minimum visual or verbal cue in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

_________ will use the "draw a picture" strategy in order to accurately answer an addition or

subtraction story problem with a minimum visual or verbal cue in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

**Given visual support and minimum assistance, _____________ will measure objects to the nearest centimeter, inch and feet and complete simple story problems that include inches and feet in 4/5 recorded opportunities.**

Given visual support, and minimum assistance, _____________ will measure objects to the nearest inch in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

Given visual support and minimum assistance, _____________ will measure objects to the nearest foot in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

Given visual support and minimum assistance, _____________ will measure objects to the nearest centimeter in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

Given visual support and minimum assistance, _____________ will complete simple story problems including 'inches and feet' in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

**Given visual supports (e.g. color-coding, highlighting, number-line), ________ will solve a variety of story problems involving varied amounts of money, elapsed time and 2 digit plus 1 digit addition with carrying with minimum assistance (1 verbal or gestural prompt) in 4 out of 5 opportunities**

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*[**Gr 5. Mathematics: Number, Number Sense and Operations. Indicator 8. Identify and use relationships between operations to solve problems.]*

Given visual supports, ________ will solve a variety of addition story problems involving determining amounts of money up to $10 with minimum assistance (1 verbal or gestural prompt) in 4 out of 5 opportunities.

Given visual supports, ________ will solve a variety of story problems involving elapsed time to the hour with minimum assistance (1 verbal or gestural prompt) in 4 out of 5 opportunities.

Given visual supports, ________ will solve a variety of story problems involving 2 digit plus 1 digit addition with and without carrying with minimum assistance (1 verbal or gestural prompt) in 4 out of 5 opportunities.

**__________ will solve both computation and 2-3 step story problems involving addition, subtraction, and money with minimum assistance given 4/5 recorded opportunities.**

__________ will discriminate between the relevant and irrelevant information provided within a story problem independently in 4 of 5 recorded opportunities.

__________ will identify the correct operation sign within a story problem independently in 4 of 5 recorded opportunities.

__________ will accurately arrange the number sentence and solve addition and subtraction story problems independently in 4 of 5 opportunities.

__________ will solve problems involving counting money and making change, using both coins and paper money independently in 4 of 5 recorded opportunities.

**________ will accurately complete word problems involving addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division independently in 4/5 recorded opportunities.**

________ will identify key words within story problems (i.e. more, less, twice, change...etc.) to determine the correct operation independently in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

________ will accurately complete 2-step word problems involving addition independently in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

________ will accurately complete 2-step word problems involving subtraction independently in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

________ will accurately complete word problems involving multiplication independently in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

________ will accurately complete word problems involving division independently in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

**_________ will identify words and symbols within computations and word problems, and solve one-step word problems involving addition and subtraction given a minimum visual or verbal cue in 4/5 recorded opportunities**

*.**[Gr 6. Mathematics: Mathematical Processes. Benchmark B. Apply and adapt problem solving strategies to solve a variety of problems, including unfamiliar and non-routine problem situations.]*

_________ will accurately identify addition and subtraction key words (all together, sum, difference, how many more) to determine the correct operation needed to complete a word problem independently in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

_________ will verbalize his knowledge of the symbol (x) for multiplication by stating "___ groups of ___" independently in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

_________ will use manipulatives to create "___ groups of ___" with a minimum verbal, visual, or gestural cue in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

_________ will solve one-step addition word problems given a minimum visual or verbal cue in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

_________ will solve one-step subtraction word problems given a minimum visual or verbal cue in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

## Goals only

Given visual supports and a calculator, (name) will compute the sum or difference to solve dictated story problems involving single digit whole money amounts, double digit whole money amounts, and giving change in 80% of 10 trials over a minimum of two months as measured by observation and performance assessment by the expiration date of this IEP.

By the expiration of this IEP, (name) will solve word problems with minimum assistance at her instructional level (grade 4) using numbers that are less than whole (e.g., fractions, decimals, percent) in 80% of 10 trials, in a minimum of 2 months as measured by observations and performance assessments.

By January of 2016, (name) will accurately complete word problems involving multi-digit addition and subtraction and single digit multiplication and division with minimum assistance with 80% accuracy of 10 trials over a minimum of 2 months as measured by observation and performance assessments.

By the expiration of this IEP, (name) will solve word problems with minimum assistance at her instructional level (grade 4) using numbers that are less than whole (e.g., fractions, decimals, percent) in 80% of 10 trials, in a minimum of 2 months as measured by observations and performance assessments.

By January of 2016, (name) will accurately complete word problems involving multi-digit addition and subtraction and single digit multiplication and division with minimum assistance with 80% accuracy of 10 trials over a minimum of 2 months as measured by observation and performance assessments.