
Meigs County 
Meigs County Curriculum 
3rd Grade  Mathematics 

Operations: Operation Sense
The learner will be able to
develop an understanding of operations and their effects.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Operations 
Application 
Master 
1.6 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Item 43 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, 1. Fact families and missing numbers [Textbook]. 2. Equations that are equal but use different numbers to arrive at the same answer. Example: 3 + 7 = 5 + 5 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Chapter Test [Tests]. 


Operations: Properties/Relationships
The learner will be able to
display comprehension of and illustrate the properties and/or relationships of operations.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Operations 
Comprehension 
Master 
0.4 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #12 week tested: 30.; TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 2.4, 3.2.4, 1.2, 3.1.2 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Worksheets [Textbook]. Use worksheets that show how to check answers. Example: For an addition problem, subtraction is used to check answers, etc.... 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Miscellaneous, Ongoing assessment [Miscellaneous]. 


Number Sense: Manipulatives
The learner will be able to
use manipulatives to demonstrate the following algebraic concepts: sets, elements of sets (a different shaped or colored manipulative can be used to represent a set of manipulatives), equal sets, variables representing unequal values (specific manipulatives can be used to equal five of another kind of manipulative), and the symbolic nature of algebra.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Number Sense 
Application 
Master 
0.4 
TN Framework Mathematics 35 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Manipulatives, Different colored counters. [Miscellaneous]. Overhead transparencies, draw tallies. Show equal sets on overhead. Use students to act out problems. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, PretestPosttest [Tests]. Test and Unit test 


Problem Solving: RealWorld Scenarios
The learner will be able to
demonstrate an understanding of algebraic concepts by solving realworld scenario problems, and evaluate the nature and elements of problems, find solutions to given problems, and justify the solutions in writing, orally, or by using manipulatives.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Problem Solving 
Evaluation 
Master 
1.6 
TN Framework Mathematics 35 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Writing, Journal Writings [Writing]. Example: What if questions: Ask students what would happen if 12 students needed two pencils each, but the teacher only gave them 23 pencils. Assign a journal entry that will solve this problem. "Be Creative" 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Test and daily assessment [Tests]. 


Solution Methods: Represent
The learner will be able to
use manipulatives and skip counting to determine sums, differences, products, and quotients.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Solution Methods 
Application 
Master 
0.8 
TN Framework Mathematics 35 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Manipulatives, Different color counters to count 2's, 5's, 10's [Miscellaneous]. Use overhead transparencies. Use rap songs to go with skip counting 2's, 3's, 5's, etc. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Tests and daily grades [Tests]. 


Solution Methods: Addition/Subtraction
The learner will be able to
describe and use a variety of thinking strategies and procedures such as the following for addition and subtraction of whole numbers: mental arithmetic, estimation, computation, and using a calculator.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Solution Methods 
Knowledge 
Master 
0.8 
TN Framework Mathematics 35; TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.1.tpi.10, 3.1.3.h 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Writing, Journal Writings [Writing]. Use journal writings to describe how to solve problems. Example: In order to add all the animals in the zoo, you would need to.... Create similar beginning subtraction, estimation problems. Include a calculator in the scenario for quick results 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, No Test [Tests]. 


Number Sentence: Missing Element
The learner will be able to
comprehend that an equation is a number sentence which expresses that two quantities are equal and determine which operational symbol is missing from an equation.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Number Sentence 
Analysis 
Master 
0.8 
TN Framework Mathematics 35; TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.2.tpi.11, 3.2.3.d 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Cooperative Groups, Use fact families to create these problems. [Cooperative Groups]. Have students work in pairs to create a problem that has an operational symbol missing. Pairs can swap problems and solve. Some computer games address this skill (Math Blaster) 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Test, Unit Test, Ongoing assessment [Tests]. 


Identify/Write Sentence
The learner will be able to
identify the number sentence to be used in solving a word problem and write number sentences that illustrate real world scenarios involving addition, subtraction, and multiplication.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Identify Sentence 
Analysis 
Master 
0.4 
TN Framework Mathematics 35; TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.1.2.d 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Overhead, Use overhead to highlight keywords that give clues [Transparencies]. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Test and ongoing assessment [Tests]. 


Fact Families: Components
The learner will be able to
identify all of the components completing a fact family.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Fact Families 
Knowledge 
Master 
1.6 
TN Framework Mathematics 35 
Classroom


Assessment Resources 

· 
Miscellaneous, Explain concept of a family "they stay together" [Miscellaneous]. Use flannel people on a flannel board. Assign Mom, Dad, and child a number of the problem: Example: Dad is 10, Mom is 8, Child is 2 10  8 = 2, 10  2 = 8 
· 
Tests, Test, Unit Test, and practice worksheet grades [Tests]. 


Operations: Properties
The learner will be able to
demonstrate an understanding of the properties of various operations.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Operations 
Comprehension 
Master 
0.8 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Item 10 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Use fact family worksheets, folder games. [Textbook]. See Title I for games. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Chapter Test, Unit Test [Tests]. 


Operations: Problem Solving
The learner will be able to
use the procedures of operations to obtain problem solutions.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Operations 
Application 
Master 
1.2 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #12 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Overhead, Use overhead to highlight key sentences. [Transparencies]. Examples: 1. How many in all....... 2. How many more...3. What is the difference.....4. Who has the most.....5. Who has the least... 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Chapter Test and Unit Test [Tests]. 


Operations: Represent
The learner will be able to
use manipulatives and the properties of operations to solve equations.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Operations 
Application 
Master 
1.2 
TN Framework Mathematics 35 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Manipulatives, Use counting blocks, M & M candies, etc. [Miscellaneous]. Use manipulatives that can show the properties. Also, tallies can be used. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Chapter Test and ongoing assessment [Tests]. 


Inverse Operations: Checking
The learner will be able to
check the correctness of an answer by using the inverse operation.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Inverse Operations 
Application 
Master 
0.8 
TN Framework Mathematics 35 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Manipulatives, Calculators [Miscellaneous]. Text  use calculators to check for correctness. Example: Subtraction can be checked by adding the answer to the number subtracted. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, No test, ongoing assessment [Tests]. 


Algebraic Concepts: Representations
The learner will be able to
identify algebraic illustrations of problem scenarios.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Algebraic Concepts 
Knowledge 
Master 
0.8 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #16 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Algebraic Concepts: Procedures
The learner will be able to
understand algebraic procedures.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Algebraic Concepts 
Comprehension 
Master 
0.8 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #16 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Algebraic Concepts: Problem Solving
The learner will be able to
use algebraic methods to solve mathematical problems.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Algebraic Concepts 
Application 
Master 
0.8 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #16 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Variable
The learner will be able to
understand the basic concept of a variable as representing an unknown quantity.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Variable 
Comprehension 
Master 
0.4 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #16 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Equalities/Inequalities: Represent
The learner will be able to
use manipulatives to represent equalities and inequalities.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Equality/Inequality 
Application 
Master 
0.4 
TN Framework Mathematics 35 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Overhead, Use tallies on an overhead [Transparencies]. Compare money, less and more. Use text 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, No test [Tests]. 


Computation: Real World Problems
The learner will be able to
obtain solutions to real world problems that involve computations.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Computation 
Synthesis 
Master 
1.8 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #11 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Textbook [Textbook]. In addition to text  Solve the cost of snack items. "Be creative" 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, No test [Tests]. 


Computation: Proficiency/Fluency
The learner will be able to
exhibit proficiency and fluency when performing computational procedures.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Computation 
Application 
Master 
0.4 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #11 week tested: 30.; TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 1.3, 3.1.3 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Use practice, reteach, and extend sheets [Textbook]. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, On  going assessment [Tests]. 


Properties: Commutative
The learner will be able to
explain, illustrate (using physical materials), and apply the commutative properties of addition and multiplication with words, symbols, and/or arrays and demonstrate that subtraction is not communitative.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Properties 
Comprehension, Application 
Master 

TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.2.3.a, 3.2.spi.7, 3.2.4.a, 3.2.tpi.6, 3.2.4.e, 3.2.tpi.2, 3.2.tpi.1 
Classroom


Division: Relate/Sharing
The learner will be able to
relate division to sharing situations.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Operations: Division 
Analysis 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.1.2.b 
Classroom


Equations: Writing Addition/Subtraction
The learner will be able to
interpret, create, describe, write, and obtain solutions to addition and subtraction number sentences including those which are related and those which represent real world situations.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Equations 
Application 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.1.tpi.3, 3.1.2.d, 3, 3.2.3.b, 3.1.2.e, 3.2.spi.6, 3.2.3.b 
Classroom


Facts: Apply/Multiplication
The learner will be able to
apply the multiplication facts 0, 1, 2, 5, and 10 and use already learned multiplication facts to determine related products.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Fact Families 
Application 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.1.spi.14, 3.1.3.d, 3.1.3.e 
Classroom


Multiplication: Identify/Relationship
The learner will be able to
identify the relationship between skip counting and multiplication.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Operations: Multiplication 
Knowledge 
Master 
0.5 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.1.2.a 
Classroom


Open Sentences: Interpret/Multiplication
The learner will be able to
interpret and obtain solutions to open sentences involving multiplication and relate open sentences with real world scenarios.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Number Sentence 
Analysis 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.2.3.b, 3.2.spi.10 
Classroom


Operations: Multiplication/Addition
The learner will be able to
connect the addition of doubles with multiplying by two.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Operations 
Analysis 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.1.tpi.7, 3.1.3.c 
Classroom


Properties: Apply/Zero
The learner will be able to
apply the property of zero in addition, subtraction, and multiplication.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Properties 
Application 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.2.spi.8, 3.2.4.c, 3.2.spi.11, 3.2.4.d 
Classroom


Properties: Identity/Multiplication
The learner will be able to
apply the identity properties of multiplication and use the multiplicative identity.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Properties 
Application 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.2.4.d, 3.2.spi.11 
Classroom


Terms: Communicate/Ideas
The learner will be able to
use mathematical vocabulary and appropriate symbols to communicate ideas.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Terms 
Comprehension 
Master 
2.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.2.3.c 
Classroom


Bar Graphs: Read/Create/Interpret
The learner will be able to
read, create, illustrate data, interpret, and add or subtract information in bar graphs.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Bar Graphs 
Comprehension 
Master 
0.4 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Item 35 week tested: 30..; TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.5.1.d, 3.5.tpi.1, 3.5.1.c, 3.5.spi.3, 3.5.spi.1; TN Framework Mathematics 35 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Use student gathered information [Textbook]. Examples: yearly weather, likes and dislikes. Graph science chapters on animals. Social Studies graphing of community services 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Chapter Test and Unit Test [Tests]. Daily work, ongoing assessment 


Line Graphs
The learner will be able to
identify, compare, and analyze points on a line graph.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Line Graphs 
Analysis 
Master 
0.8 
Meigs County, May 1995, Third Grade 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Chapter on data and probability [Textbook]. Use grid paper to make a line graph of data 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Chapter Test and Unit Test [Tests]. 


Table/Chart: Read/Interpret
The learner will be able to
read and interpret information in a table and/or chart, use tally marks to create tables, and obtain solutions to real world problems using tables.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Tables/Charts 
Application 
Master 
0.4 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Item 48 week tested: 30.; TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.5.tpi.2, 3.5.1.b, 3.5.spi.4, 3.5.1.b, 3.5.1.d 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Extra practice sheets [Textbook]. Find a pattern, write a number sentence. See text for ideas to have students make their own table or chart. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Chapter Test and Unit Test [Tests]. 


Diagrams: Read
The learner will be able to
read a diagram.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Diagrams 
Application 
Master 
0.4 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Item 48 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Worksheets [Textbook]. Act out the diagram first using students to represent data. Use reading text for graphs/diagrams related to reading sections. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Chapter test, and Unit test [Tests]. 


Evaluate Graphical Forms: Select Display
The learner will be able to
choose the most suitable form and/or method of data display.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Analyzing/Evaluating Graphical Forms 
Analysis 
Master 
0.8 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Item 36 week tested: 30..; TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.5.tpi.5 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Make examples of various graphs. [Textbook]. Compare for readability, visual accuracy, and over all patterns. Present data and discuss which graph would be best to display. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Chapter Test and Unit Test, ongoing assessment [Tests]. 


Pictographs: Read/Create/Interpret
The learner will be able to
read, create, illustrate, and interpret information and data in pictographs.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Pictographs 
Synthesis 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.5.tpi.1, 3.5.1.c, 3.5.1.d, 3.5.spi.3 
Classroom


Communicating: Pictograms
The learner will be able to
create pictograms which convey information such as the following about the class: how much milk did the class drink in one week, how many hours were spent sleeping by the entire class in one week, etc.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Pictographs 

Master 
0.8 
Meigs County, May 1995, Third Grade 
Classroom


Assessment Resources 

· 
Miscellaneous, Teacher directed assignments. [Miscellaneous]. Teacher directed assignments that can be given to a different group everyday for a week. Examples: How many times your teacher says "excuse me" in one week. How many miles do the students' parents drive to and from school in one week. How many miles do the bus drivers drive to and from school in one week. Then students can present their findings to the class. Extend by using comparisons. Various use of collecting and graphing information. 
· 
Tests, Tests [Tests]. Subjective teacher assessment of students' and projects, or assignment. 


Add 2 Numbers: 12 Decimals
The learner will be able to
add and subtract two numbers with 12 decimals as part of realworld scenarios (regrouping when necessary).
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Add Decimals 
Application 
Master 
0.4 
Meigs County, May 1995, Third Grade 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Manipulatives, Use adding amounts of money or price tags. [Miscellaneous]. Buy time, classroom store, anything to add money. Accellerated reader point system. Example 0.5. Add points to see if they get a reward. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Chapter Test, Unit Test [Tests]. 


Add/Subtract Decimals: Represent
The learner will be able to
use manipulatives and drawings to represent addition and subtraction of decimals.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Add/Subtract Decimals 
Comprehension 
Master 
0.4 
Meigs County, May 1995, Third Grade 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Use play money, subtract and add dollars and cents [Textbook]. Use overhead transparencies 
· 
Manipulatives, Chapter Test, Unit Test, ongoing assessment [Miscellaneous]. 


Addition/Subtraction Decimals
The learner will be able to
add and subtract decimal amounts.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Add/Subtract Decimals 
Comprehension 
Master 
0.8 
Terra Nova, Plus Edition (Complete Battery), 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #47, Item 3, 6, 8, 11 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Worksheets [Textbook]. Shaffer, Mailbox, Title I folder games 
· 
Manipulatives, Chapter Test, Unit Test, ongoing assessment [Miscellaneous]. 


Multiply/Divide Decimals
The learner will be able to
multiply and divide decimals.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Multiply/Divide Decimals 
Comprehension 
Introduce 
0.4 
Terra Nova, Plus Edition (Complete Battery), 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #47 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Use text extended lessons for higher level [Textbook]. Practice sheets. Multiply and divide money amounts. Use overhead. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Chapter Test and Unit Test [Tests]. 


Decimals for Part of a Set
The learner will be able to
identify the decimals that correspond to partially shaded figures.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Decimals 
Comprehension 
Master 
0.8 
Meigs County, May 1995, Third Grade 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Manipulatives, pizza, legos, practice pages [Miscellaneous]. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Chapter Test and Unit Test [Tests]. 


Money: Amounts/Order Decimals/Compare
The learner will be able to
order decimals expressed as money amounts and compare money amounts expressed as decimals.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Money 
Analysis 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.1.1.j 
Classroom


Fraction Concepts: Part/Whole
The learner will be able to
develop an understanding that a whole object can be divided up into parts.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Fraction Parts 

Master 
0.8 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Item 40 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Manipulatives, Apples, pizza, Hershey Bars, divide and label part [Miscellaneous]. See Social Studies text  circle graphs. Science text  bar graphs. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Chapter Test, Unit Test, ongoing assessment [Tests]. 


Fraction Parts: Part of a Set
The learner will be able to
show an understanding of fractions by matching fractions with the appropriate diagrams of partially shaded figures.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Fraction Parts 
Knowledge 
Master 
0.8 
Meigs County, May 1995, Third Grade 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Manipulatives, Folder games that show shaded figures. [Miscellaneous]. Draw figures on board and overhead transparencies 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Ongoing assessment [Tests]. 


Fractions: Proper/Represent
The learner will be able to
use manipulatives and drawings to represent proper fractions.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Fractions 
Comprehension 
Introduce 
0.8 
Meigs County, May 1995, Third Grade 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Manipulatives, pizzas, legos, abacus, draw pies [Miscellaneous]. Fraction bar page from Dr. Becky's workshop handout. See an experienced teacher. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, ongoing assessment [Tests]. 


Compare Fractions: Unit Fractions
The learner will be able to
use manipulatives, number lines, and drawings to make comparisons of unit fractions with denominators up to ten.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Compare Fractions 
Analysis 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.1.spi.12, 3.1.1.i 
Classroom


Connecting: Models
The learner will be able to
connect verbal, written, physical and pictorial models of fractions with denominators up to ten.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Connecting 
Analysis 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.1.tpi.6, 3.1.1.h, 3.1.spi.8 
Classroom


Functions: Relationships
The learner will be able to
display comprehension of functional relationships, analyze functions in many different scenarios, and represent functions in various ways.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Functional Relationships 
Comprehension 
Master 
0.8 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #16 week tested: 30.; TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 2.2, 3.2.2 
Classroom


Function: Determine/Output/Input
The learner will be able to
determine the output for a given input and the input for a given output when given the one operation function rule involving addition, subtraction or multiplication.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Functions 
Application 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.2.2.c, 3.2.tpi.4, 3.2.4.b, 3.2.spi.5 
Classroom


Functions: Create/Rule
The learner will be able to
create a function rule containing one operation.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Functions 
Synthesis 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.2.tpi.5 
Classroom


Figures
The learner will be able to
extend recognition of whole figures to the ability to analyze parts of figures, and classify figures by the similarities and differences of their parts.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Figures 

Master 
0.4 
Meigs County, May 1995, Third Grade 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Manipulatives, Blocks, 3 dimensional shapes [Miscellaneous]. sequencing patterns, overhead transparencies 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, ongoing assessment [Tests]. 


Geometric Concepts: Understanding
The learner will be able to
display comprehension of spatial relationship and geometry through the visualization and recognition of various objects (2D and 3D), by sorting different shapes, identifying symmetry, applying transformations and formulas, and through the evaluation of the characteristics of various figures.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Spatial Relationships 

Master 
0.8 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #14 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Inductive/Deductive
The learner will be able to
identify and use the techniques of inductive and deductive reasoning in problem solving situations.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Reasoning 

Master 
0.8 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Item 25, 29 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Word Problems [Textbook]. Use lines of symmetry and relating plane figures to space figures or 3D figures by hands on experiencing. Use examples of drawing pictures to show the problem. Overhead would be good. Use "acting out with student" to show what the problem is saying. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Chapter Test, Unit Test, ongoing assessment [Tests]. 


Patterns: Problem Solving
The learner will be able to
solve problems involving geometry by applying the ability to study, recognize, and extend pictorial, concrete, and numerical patterns.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Geometric Patterns 

Master 
0.4 
Meigs County, May 1995, Third Grade 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, sequencing patterns [Textbook]. Ask students to create a numerical pattern. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Chapter Test, Unit Test [Tests]. 


Spatial Thinking: Visualization
The learner will be able to
visualize and describe the outcome of folding geometric figures a variety of ways.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Spatial Thinking 

Master 
0.8 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Item 28, 32 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Assessment Resources 

· 
Miscellaneous, Art projects [Miscellaneous]. Examples: Snowflakes, shapes to show line of symmetry. Text  reteaching pages, extending pages, folder games, blocks, use Ellison shape cutters to teach line of symmetry. Fold these to make a square into a triangle, or make the shape smaller by folding outside edges. 
· 
Tests, Chapter Test, Unit Test [Tests]. 


Spatial Thinking: Apply Concepts
The learner will be able to
use suitable concepts and procedures of spatial reasoning/understanding.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Spatial Thinking 

Master 
0.4 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Item 28, 32 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Manipulatives, Shape sorters, puzzles, tangrams, [Miscellaneous]. Use coloring of different shapes to form a new shape. use text and various manipulatives. Use grid paper to draw and color several different shapes 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Chapter test, Unit test, ongoing assessment [Tests]. 


Solids: Cube/Properties
The learner will be able to
identify the number of faces on a cube.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
ThreeDimensional Solids 
Knowledge 
Master 
0.4 
Meigs County, May 1995, Third Grade 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Manipulatives, Ribrix cubes and block cubes to show faces. [Miscellaneous]. Count faces and ask student to tell you how many faces a cube has. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, ongoing assessment [Tests]. 


Geometric Shapes: 2D
The learner will be able to
classify (by similarities and differences), construct, create drawings, identify and name twodimensional geometric shapes.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
TwoDimensional Shapes 
Application 
Master 
0.4 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Item 22 week tested: 30.; TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.3.tpi.1, 3.3.1.a, 3.3.spi.2 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Manipulatives, Ellison cutter note cards, shapes [Miscellaneous]. Art project example: Heart valentine men, see Ms. Mary Jiles 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Chapter Test, Unit Test [Tests]. 


Figures: Terms
The learner will be able to
apply the following geometric terms in discussing and comparing figures and shapes: congruent, area, perimeter, and volume.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Figures: Vocabulary 
Comprehension 
Master 
1.6 
Meigs County, May 1995, Third Grade 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Find perimeter  reteaching pages. [Textbook]. Tell students to measure shapes and find perimeter 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Chapter Test and daily work [Tests]. 


Congruence/Similarity: Classification
The learner will be able to
classify figures by congruence and/or similarity.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Congruence/Similarity/Symmetry 
Comprehension 
Master 
0.8 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Item 31, 38 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Manipulatives, Compare shape manipulatives [Miscellaneous]. Match like shapes, Classification in science text can show similarity. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Chapter test, Unit test  ongoing assessment [Tests]. 


Lines/Rays: Properties
The learner will be able to
recognize properties of line segments and rays.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Lines 
Knowledge 
Introduce 
0.4 
Meigs County, May 1995, Third Grade 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Introduce, use reteaching and extended practice [Textbook]. Worksheets 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, No test other than Chapter test [Tests]. 


Reasoning: Spatial
The learner will be able to
use spatial reasoning skills and specify locations and explain spatial relationships.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Reasoning 
Application 
Master 
0.8 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #17 week tested: 30.; TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.2, 3.3.2 
Classroom


Reasoning: Proportional
The learner will be able to
use proportional reasoning skills.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Reasoning 
Application 
Master 
0.8 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #17 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Symmetry
The learner will be able to
determine if a given shape is symmetrical.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Symmetry 
Application 
Master 
0.8 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Item 45 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Refer to classifying shapes and reteach [Textbook]. 


Transformations: Predict/Explain
The learner will be able to
formulate predictions and explain the results of sliding, flipping, and turning twodimensional and plane figures.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Transformations 

Master 

TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.3.3.a, 3.3.tpi.8 
Classroom


Characteristics: Compare/2D/3D
The learner will be able to
compare and contrast characteristics of two and threedimensional figures.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Figures: Attributes 
Analysis 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.3.tpi.6, 3.3.1.a, 3.3.spi.5 
Classroom


Congruence: Apply/Techniques
The learner will be able to
recognize congruent figures and apply techniques to determine if two figures are congruent.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Congruence 
Application 
Master 
1.5 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.3.tpi.7, 3.3.spi.4, 3.3.1.b 
Classroom


Diagonals: Identify/Draw/Polygons
The learner will be able to
identify and draw diagonals of polygons.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Diagonals 
Application 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.3.1.e 
Classroom


Figures: Attributes/Properties/Study
The learner will be able to
study the attributes and properties of geometric figures.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Figures: Attributes 
Analysis 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.1, 3.3.1 
Classroom


Lines: Identify/Draw
The learner will be able to
identify and draw diagonal, horizontal, and vertical lines of geometric shapes.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Lines 
Application 
Master 
0.5 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.3.tpi.4, 3.3.tpi.2, 3.3.1.d, 3.3.spi.1, 3.3.1.d 
Classroom


Reflection/Rotation/Translation: Predict
The learner will be able to
apply spatial reasoning to predict the results of performing reflections, rotations, and translations on plane figures.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Reflections 
Analysis 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.3.spi.9 
Classroom


Reflections/Rotations/Translations: Use
The learner will be able to
recognize transformations and apply reflections, rotations, and translations.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Reflections 
Application 
Master 
1.5 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.3, 3.3.3 
Classroom


Solids: Construct/Create/Draw/Name
The learner will be able to
construct, create, draw, name, and recognize threedimensional solids.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
ThreeDimensional Solids 
Synthesis 
Master 
2.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.3.1.a, 3.3.tpi.3, 3.3.spi.3 
Classroom


Symmetry: Draw/Plane/Explain
The learner will be able to
draw plane shapes illustrating lines of symmetry and explain shapes that have two or more lines of symmetry.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Symmetry 
Application 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.3.tpi.5, 3.3.1.c, 3.3.tpi.9 
Classroom


Symmetry: Line/Recognize/2D
The learner will be able to
recognize line symmetry present in twodimensional figures and designs.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Symmetry 
Knowledge 
Master 
0.5 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.3.spi.8, 3.3.1.c 
Classroom


Transformations: Explain
The learner will be able to
apply appropriate mathematical vocabulary to explain the transformation that has to be applied to a basic geometric figure.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Transformations 
Comprehension 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.3.spi.7 
Classroom


Modeling: Problem Situations
The learner will be able to
model problem scenarios.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Mathematical Modeling 
Application 
Master 
0.8 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Item 9, 42 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Cooperative Groups, Acting out, draw pictures, use board [Cooperative Groups]. Science  cooperative learning groups 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Chapter test, Unit test [Tests]. 


Mathematical Concepts: Comprehend
The learner will be able to
comprehend the vocabulary and symbols of mathematics and represent numbers up to 9,999 using physical, pictorial, and oral representations.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Mathematical Concepts 

Master 

TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 2.3, 3.2.3, 3.1.tpi.5 
Classroom


Sorting: Create/Perform/Describe
The learner will be able to
create, perform, and describe a sorting scheme for a set of objects, sort objects by at least two characteristics, and describe and recognize the rules used to sort objects or numbers.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Sorting 

Master 

TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.2.tpi.9, 3.2.1.b, 3.2.spi.1, 3.2.1.a, 3.2.1.c 
Classroom


Conjecture: Formulate/Data
The learner will be able to
formulate a conjecture based on collected and/or displayed data.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Conjecture/Argument 
Synthesis 
Master 
0.5 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.5.tpi.8 
Classroom


Calendar Concepts
The learner will be able to
develop an understanding of calendars and their uses and use a calendar to obtain solutions to real world problems.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Calendar 

Master 
0.8 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Item 46 week tested: 30.; TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.4.spi.9, 3.4.2.a 
Classroom


Assessment Resources 

· 
Miscellaneous, Daily calendar problem solving. [Miscellaneous]. Example: Days in a week. Reading graphs, Science and Social Studies  graphing from data (calendar data). Student will identify how many weeks in the month and how many days left over...etc. 
· 
Tests, Chapter test, Unit test [Tests]. 


Money: Counting
The learner will be able to
count and conduct computations with money including counting the value of coins and bills up to $5.00, making change up to one dollar, and identifying the value of combinations of coins and bills up to $5.00.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Money 

Master 
1.6 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Item 8, 24 week tested: 30.; TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.1.spi.13, 3.1.1.l, 3.1.1.k, 3.1.spi.5 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Practice Sheets [Textbook]. Santa workshop  buying for Christmas, Money Bingo, GeoSafari games, folder games 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Chapter test, Unit test [Tests]. 


Accuracy: Appropriate Instrument/Unit
The learner will be able to
choose the appropriate tools and units of measurement necessary to find accurate measurements given a specific situation including length, area, capacity, weight, time, and temperature.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Accuracy 

Master 
1.6 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #13 week tested: 30.; TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.4.2.h, 4.2, 3.4.2, 3.4.spi.5 
Classroom


Measurement Concepts: Understanding
The learner will be able to
display comprehension of measurement systems, units, and/or instruments, through the descriptions, computations, or estimations of size, place, and or time.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Measurement Concepts 

Master 
0.8 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #13 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Measurement Concepts: Understanding
The learner will be able to
apply the ideas of perimeter, area, volume, capacity, weight, and/or mass in displaying and illustrating a comprehension of measurement systems, units, and/or instruments.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Measurement Concepts 

Master 
0.8 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #13 week tested: 30.; TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 4.1, 3.4.1 
Classroom


Problem Solving: Scale
The learner will be able to
solve problems involving scale.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Problem Solving 
Application 
Master 
0.8 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #13 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Problem Solving: Measurement
The learner will be able to
solve problems involving measurement concepts.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Problem Solving 
Application 
Master 
0.8 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #13 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Problem Solving: Rates
The learner will be able to
solve story problems involving the rate (measure) of items.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Problem Solving 
Application 
Master 
0.8 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #13 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Length: Ruler
The learner will be able to
accurately read the appropriate scale on a ruler.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Length 
Knowledge 
Master 
0.4 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Item 30, 34 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Manipulatives, Rulers [Miscellaneous]. Use rulers  starting point is very important. Text  centimeters, inches, 1/4 or1/2 inch, round off to nearest inch, practice sheets, etc. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Chapter test, Unit Test, ongoing assessment [Tests]. 


Time: Problem Solving/Read/Write
The learner will be able to
solve problems involving time including reading and writing time to the nearest minute, halfhour, hour, quarterhour, and in up to fiveminute intervals, and discussing the passage of clock time in relation to personal experiences.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Time 
Application 
Master 
1.2 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Item 13 week tested: 30.; TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.4.spi.8, 3.4.2.k, 3.4.spi.2, 3.4.spi.11, 3.4.2.i 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Word problems, practice pages [Textbook]. Elapsed time problems, adding and subtracting hours 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Chapter Test, Unit Test, ongoing assessment [Tests]. 


Weight: Problem Solving
The learner will be able to
solve realworld measurement problem situations dealing with both metric and standard measures of weight.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Weight 
Application 
Master 
1.6 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Item 39 week tested: 30.; TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.4.spi.10 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Manipulatives, scales, liter bottle, cups, cereal boxes [Miscellaneous]. Science textbook  Experiments can be used to solve problems, and at the same time use measures of weight. Example: Pollution. Use manipulatives to problem solve the measures of weight in both metric and standard measures. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Chapter test, Unit test, ongoing assessment [Tests]. 


Instruments: Appropriate
The learner will be able to
use the appropriate measurement instrument (ruler, thermometer, etc.) when measuring a specific attribute.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Tools/Instruments 
Comprehension 
Master 
1.6 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Item 44 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Math problems, practice pages [Textbook]. Science  Experiments that require measuring. Daily use of thermometer to measure inside and outside temperatures. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Chapter test, Unit test, ongoing assessment [Tests]. 


Mass: Problem Solving
The learner will be able to
solve realworld problems involving mass.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Mass 
Application 
Master 
0.4 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Item 39 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Manipulatives, scales [Miscellaneous]. Use scales to find students' weight. Use scales to measure fruit and vegetables and classroom objects. Use text and resource books. Teachers Edition 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Chapter Test, Unit Test, ongoing assessment [Tests]. 


Estimate Measurements: Metric/Standard
The learner will be able to
estimate length, weight, temperature, and capacity using both metric and standard units.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Measurement: Estimation 
Comprehension 
Master 
0.8 
Meigs County, May 1995, Third Grade 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Explain an estimate is a really good guess. [Textbook]. Text introduces. Use guess the length, measure to see if the guess was a good measurement. Do the same for weight, temperature, and capacity. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Chapter test and ongoing assessment [Tests]. 


Area of a Rectangle: Develop Formula
The learner will be able to
compose a formula to determine the areas of rectangles.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Area of a Triangle 
Synthesis 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.4.tpi.8 
Classroom


Estimate: Measurements
The learner will be able to
apply strategies to estimate and/or approximate area, capacity, length, preimeter, temperature, time, and weight.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Area 
Application 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.4.2.b, 3.4.tpi.4, 3.4.tpi.5 
Classroom


Measure/Estimate/Nonstandard
The learner will be able to
use nonstandard units to measure and estimate area, capacity, and length.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Area 
Application 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.4.tpi.2 
Classroom


Area: Understand
The learner will be able to
understand the idea of area.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Area 
Comprehension 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.4.1.b 
Classroom


Capacity: Understand/Measure
The learner will be able to
understand the concept of capacity measurement and measure capacity in gallons, in pints, and to the nearest cup, liter, and quart.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Capacity 
Application 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.4.tpi.6, 3.4.2.e, 3.4.1.b 
Classroom


Length: Measure
The learner will be able to
measure the length of an object to the nearest centimeter, inch, foot, and halfinch.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Length 
Application 
Master 
0.5 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.4.spi.3, 3.4.2.d 
Classroom


Measurement Estimation: Reasonable
The learner will be able to
apply estimation to check reasonableness of measurements.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Measurement: Estimation 
Application 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.4.spi.6 
Classroom


Measurement Estimation: Sufficient
The learner will be able to
describe and determine when a measurement estimate is sufficient.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Measurement: Estimation 
Comprehension 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.4.tpi.3, 3.4.1.a 
Classroom


Measurement Processes: Comprehend
The learner will be able to
comprehend the measurable characteristics of objects.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Measurement Processes 
Comprehension 
Master 
0.5 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 4.1, 3.4.1 
Classroom


Measurement: Relationship/Inch/Foot
The learner will be able to
explain the relationship among inch, foot, and yard.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Measurement: Relationships 
Comprehension 
Master 
1.5 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.4.tpi.9, 3.4.2.c 
Classroom


Perimeter: Determine/Regular Polygon
The learner will be able to
understand the idea of perimeter and find and determine the perimeter of regular polygons.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Perimeter 
Application 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.4.spi.1, 3.4.spi.4, 3.4.2.g, 3.4.1.b 
Classroom


Temperature: Celsius/Fahrenheit
The learner will be able to
read a Celsius and Fahrenheit thermometer.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Temperature 
Knowledge 
Master 
0.5 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.4.spi.7, 3.4.2.j 
Classroom


Weight: Kilograms/Grams/Pounds
The learner will be able to
measure weight in kilograms, grams, and pounds.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Weight 
Application 
Master 
0.5 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.4.2.f, 3.4.tpi.7 
Classroom


Weight: Measure/Nearest/Gram/Ounce
The learner will be able to
measure to the nearest gram and the nearest ounce.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Weight 
Application 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.4.tpi.7, 3.4.2.f 
Classroom


Place Value: Applications
The learner will be able to
understand and apply place value concepts when reading, writing, calculating, and estimating numbers including identifying and describing the place value of a given digit up to 10,000.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Place Value 

Master 
1.6 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Item 20 week tested: 30.; TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.1.spi.4, 3.1.1.f 
Classroom


Assessment Resources 

· 
Miscellaneous, Bulletin Board [Miscellaneous]. Review place value by making a bulletin board. Let students design, plan, and finally after teacher approval, put up the bulletin board. Placevalue games such as: 1) scrambled numbers can be put in the correct place as teacher reads the numbers. 2) These can be held up for teacher to visually check. 
· 
Tests, Retests and practice sheets can be given [Tests]. 


Number Sense: Understanding Uses
The learner will be able to
comprehend the many applications of numbers, such as counting, measuring, labeling, and showing location.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Number Sense 

Master 
0.8 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Item 23 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Use text and problem solve [Textbook]. Use everyday situations: Examples: Buy groceries, saving money, measure basketball court, graphing the school, favorite sport, buying snacks at school, finding the amount needed to pay for a month of school lunches. "Be Creative" 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Test, UTest  ongoing assessment [Tests]. 


Read Numbers
The learner will be able to
read and/or identify numbers including reading whole numbers less than 10,000.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Read Numbers 

Master 
0.8 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Item 21, 41 week tested: 30.; TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.1.1.c, 3.1.tpi.2 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Writing, Review numbers to 200,000 [Writing]. Practice writing numbers as teacher reads them off. Then students write the number correctly. Match numbers with the same value. Use text's practice pages. Use workpages from workbooks found at P & S or other sources. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, ongoing assessment and text retest [Tests]. 


Equivalent Forms
The learner will be able to
comprehend the use and representation of numbers in many different yet equivalent forms such as integers, fractions, decimals, percents, and exponential and scientific notation, in real world and mathematical contexts.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Equivalent Forms 

Master 
0.8 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #10 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Equivalent Forms: Understanding
The learner will be able to
know that equivalent forms of the same number allow it to be represented in a variety of ways.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Equivalent Forms 

Master 
0.8 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Item 17, 33 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Manipulatives, Money [Miscellaneous]. Use money to show amounts. Use any manipulatives to show amounts. (tallies) Use text and any other available workbooks. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Test  ongoing assessment [Tests]. 


Number Theory: Application
The learner will be able to
show an ability to correctly use concepts and/or ideas related to number theory.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Number Theory 

Master 
0.8 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #10 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Number Forms: Relationships
The learner will be able to
recognize relationships, and understand and/or use numbers and number ideas in a real world setting.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Number Forms: Relationships 

Master 
0.8 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #10 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Onetoone Correspondence
The learner will be able to
identify group showing a specific quantity.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Onetoone Correspondence 
Knowledge 
Master 
0.4 
Meigs County, May 1995, Third Grade 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Review Text  practice sheets, reteaching sheets [Textbook]. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Chapter Tests [Tests]. 


Number Sense: Demonstrating
The learner will be able to
display a knowledge of number sense.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Number Sense 
Comprehension 
Master 
1.6 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #10 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Proportion Story Problems
The learner will be able to
use proportional reasoning to solve story problems.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Ratio/Proportion 
Application 
Master 
1.6 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Item 50 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Graphs [Textbook]. Graphing pie, bar graphs will help show proportion and percentages. Collect data as a class. Example: color of students eyes, hair, etc.) Compare the data on a graph. Write results on the board. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Test and ongoing assessment [Tests]. 


Number Sense: Comprehend/Relationships
The learner will be able to
comprehend relationships among numbers and number systems.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Number Sense 

Master 

TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 1.1, 3.1.1 
Classroom


Expanded Notation: Whole Numbers
The learner will be able to
identify, write, and illustrate whole numbers up to 10,000 in expanded form and write up to fivedigit numbers in expanded notation.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Expanded Notation 
Application 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.1.spi.11, 3.1.1.g 
Classroom


Number Forms: Illustrate/Various Ways
The learner will be able to
understand the various ways of representing numbers and illustrate numbers to 9,999 in flexible ways using many different materials.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Number Forms: Representing 
Application 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.1.1.d, 1.1, 3.1.1 
Classroom


Odd/Even: Recognize/Whole Numbers
The learner will be able to
recognize even and odd whole numbers.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Odd/Even 
Knowledge 
Master 
0.5 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.1.spi.2, 3.1.1.e 
Classroom


Patterns: Geometric/Understand
The learner will be able to
understand and/or apply geometric patterns.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Patterns: Geometric 

Master 
1.6 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Item 16, 26 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Manipulatives, Tangrams, grid paper [Miscellaneous]. 1. Have students use tangram pieces to create figures. (Example)  Ask students to make a figure using all triangles, then squares, then harder shapes. 2. Use grid paper on which to draw geometric shapes. Have them count how many squares are inside their shape. 3. Have students' use as many as six different shapes to make one figure. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Test, Unit test, ongoing assessment [Tests]. 


Patterns: Relationships
The learner will be able to
apply patterns and relationships in the evaluation of various scenarios.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Patterns: Relationships 

Master 

Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #17 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Compare/Order
The learner will be able to
compare and/or order numbers and/or objects.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Comparing/Ordering 

Master 
1.6 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Item 19 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Manipulatives, Folder games  see resource, Title I [Miscellaneous]. Use manipulatives to compare how many more/less. Use >, <, or = to compare numbers. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Test  Unit Test [Tests]. 


Estimation Strategies
The learner will be able to
apply suitable approximation methods in problem solving situations.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Estimation Strategies 

Master 
1.6 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #11 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Number Uses
The learner will be able to
comprehend numbers and demonstrate an understanding that numbers are used for counting, measuring, ordering, and estimating.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Numeration 

Master 
0.4 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #10 week tested: 30.; TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 1.1, 3.1.1 
Classroom


Patterns: Describe/Analyze/Extend
The learner will be able to
make, study, continue, and/or describe many different patterns.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Patterns: Identify/Describe/Continue 

Master 
0.8 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #16 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Pattern: Problem Solving
The learner will be able to
solve problems using number patterns.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Patterns: Number 
Application 
Master 
1.6 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Item 14, 47 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Practice sheets, Reteaching sheets [Textbook]. Have students create their own pattern by leaving numbers missing. They can solve their peers' pattern. Play "What's that pattern". Have students match pattern to the correct answer  Folder game  Check with Title I for resources. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Unit Test [Tests]. 


Ordering Numbers
The learner will be able to
order a sequence of numbers which may include whole numbers, decimals, fractions, percents, and integers.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Ordering Numbers 
Comprehension 
Master 
1.6 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #10 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Estimation
The learner will be able to
use estimation in solving problems, to obtain reasonable approximations, and to choose a reasonable solution.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Estimate/Problems 
Comprehension 
Master 
1.6 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Item 11, 15 week tested: 30.; TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.1.3.i, 1.3, 3.1.3, 3.1.spi.10 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Practice Sheets, reteaching sheets [Textbook]. Use estimation to apply to everyday situations. Examples: About how much does the average snack cost. About how much is five students lunches. About how much is a new outfit, a new bike, a set of Pokemon cards. "Be Creative" 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Unit Test [Tests]. 


Estimation: Money
The learner will be able to
make estimations with money.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Estimation 
Application 
Master 
1.6 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Item 12 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Practice sheets [Textbook]. Elaborate and Extend on p. 102 in Silver Burdette Mathemantics 2000. Make a game "How much can I buy?" Put prices on objects in the class. Show a $1.00, $5.00 bill, $10.00, $20.00. Ask class to list on paper the items the different bills can buy. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Unit test  ongoing assessment [Tests]. 


Number Lines
The learner will be able to
identify points on the number line and solve for the difference between two points on the line.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Number Lines 
Comprehension 
Introduce 
1.0 
Meigs County, May 1995, Third Grade 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Text  introduce [Textbook]. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Miscellaneous, not tested [Miscellaneous]. 


Sequence: Missing Number
The learner will be able to
find the missing number in a sequence.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Sequences 
Knowledge 
Master 
0.4 
Meigs County, May 1995, Third Grade 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Review this skill by using text and workbook pages [Textbook]. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Test and ongoing assessment [Tests]. 


Computing
The learner will be able to
correctly perform various computations.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Computing/Estimating 
Application 
Master 
3.2 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Item 17 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Expand on text resources [Textbook]. Use practice pages, extended practice pages. Have students verbalize various meanings of the different computations they are asked to perform. Review 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Unit tests [Tests]. 


Patterns: Continue/Illustrate/Translate
The learner will be able to
continue repeating and growing number and geometric patterns, illustrate repeating geometric patterns as repeating number patterns, and translate between pattern representations.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Patterns: Identify/Describe/Continue 

Master 

TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.2.spi.3, 3.2.spi.4, 3.2.tpi.10, 3.2.2.a 
Classroom


Change: Analyze/Contexts
The learner will be able to
analyze change in many different contexts and explain qualitative and quantitative change.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Change 
Analysis 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 2.5, 3.2.5, 3.2.tpi.7, 3.2.5.a, 3.2.tpi.8, 3.2.5.b 
Classroom


Classify/Sort Objects: Size/Number
The learner will be able to
classify and/or sort objects according to size, number, and other properties.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Comparison 
Analysis 
Master 
0.5 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 2.1, 3.2.1 
Classroom


Skip Counting: Hundreds/Tens/Thousands
The learner will be able to
skip count by hundreds, tens, and thousands, from any whole number.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Counting 
Knowledge 
Master 
0.5 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.1.tpi.4, 3.1.1.b, 3.1.tpi.1, 3.1.1.a 
Classroom


Number Lines: Recognize/Fractions
The learner will be able to
recognize the position of 1/2, 1/3, and 1/4 on a number line.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Number Lines 
Knowledge 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.3.2.a 
Classroom


Pattern: Model/Analyze/Create/Describe
The learner will be able to
model, analyze, create, describe, extend, and identify patterns.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Patterns: Communicate with Models 
Application 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 2.2, 3.2.2, 3.2.tpi.10, 3.2.2.a 
Classroom


Patterns: Explain/Growing
The learner will be able to
explain a growing pattern.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Patterns 
Comprehension 
Master 
0.5 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.2.tpi.3, 3.2.2.b 
Classroom


Rounding: Choose/Methods
The learner will be able to
choose appropriate rounding methods in problem solving scenarios and round whole numbers to the nearest ten, hundred, or thousand, and use this to estimate the outcome of a given equation.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Rounding 
Application 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.1.tpi.9 
Classroom


Data: Evaluate
The learner will be able to
evaluate bias, accuracy, and validity of data in realworld situations.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Data 

Master 
0.8 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #15 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Data Analysis: Problem Solving
The learner will be able to
use methods of data analysis to solve problems.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Data Analysis 

Master 
1.6 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Item 49 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Text [Textbook]. This skill can be carried over to scientific data in Science. Units like: (Rain forests  Space) can be full of data that can be analyzed. Also, Social Studies data can be analyzed to solve problems. Expecially the earths' latitude, longitude can be used for finding degrees to determine location. This can be a method of data analysis. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Test  ongoing assessment [Tests]. 


Probability/Statistics: Application
The learner will be able to
apply the basic concepts of probability and interpret a realworld problem situation and solve it using probability and statistics concepts.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Probability/Statistics 

Master 
1.6 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #15 week tested: 30.; TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 5.2, 3.5.2 
Classroom


Probability
The learner will be able to
identify the probability of a given situation, and describe events as certain, possible, impossible, likely, or unlikely.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Probability 
Knowledge 
Master 
1.6 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Item 18, 27 week tested: 30.; TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.5.spi.6, 3.5.tpi.6, 3.5.2.c, 3.5.spi.5, 3.5.tpi.7, 3.5.2.d 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Practice pages, extend pages. [Textbook]. Use dice to determine how many chances of getting: Example: a six. Use number cards to see the probability of drawing a four, when they choose from 4 cards/One is a three, one is a two, and two cards are fours. 2 of 4 chances. "Be Creative" 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Unit Test [Tests]. 


Data: Interpret/Analyze
The learner will be able to
interpret and analyze given data.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Data 
Comprehension 
Master 
0.4 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #15 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Introduce [Textbook]. This skill is also taught through Science and Social Studies data. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Miscellaneous, ongoing assessment [Miscellaneous]. 


Data Analysis: Real World Applications
The learner will be able to
apply data analysis concepts in real world scenarios.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Data Analysis 
Application 
Master 
0.8 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #15 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Data: Develop/Choose/Apply
The learner will be able to
develop, choose, and apply appropriate strategies to collect, organize, display, and analyze data.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Data 

Master 

TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 5.1, 3.5.1, 3.5.tpi.4 
Classroom


Data Collection: Answer Questions
The learner will be able to
ask questions that can be answered by gathering data and collect data in order to answer questions.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Data Collection 
Comprehension 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.5.tpi.3, 3.5.1.a 
Classroom


Outcomes: Explain/Recognize/Experiment
The learner will be able to
explain and recognize all possible outcomes of a simple experiment.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Outcomes 
Comprehension 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.5.spi.8, 3.5.2.b 
Classroom


Predict: Outcomes
The learner will be able to
make and justify predictions of the outcomes of events based on collected and displayed data.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Predictions 
Analysis 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.5.spi.7, 3.5.tpi.9, 3.5.2.a 
Classroom


Strategies: Applying
The learner will be able to
solve routine and nonroutine problems using a variety of strategies, such as usage of drawings, diagrams, and organized lists, models and "act out", spatial visualization, logical thinking, estimation, patterns, and the guess and check strategy.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Strategies 

Master 
0.8 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #17 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Previously taught [Textbook]. Review  See pages in reverse order p. 110, p. 92, p. 91, p. 81, p. 80, p. 76. These activities will review this skill 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, No test other than those given previously [Tests]. 


Strategies: Applying
The learner will be able to
apply appropriate strategies to solve problems, such as, make a chart or graph, make a simpler problem, work backwards, and break the problem into parts.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Strategies 

Master 
0.8 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #17 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Review pages [Textbook]. Review pages on graphing, data, use the breaking the problem in parts every time you come to a word problem in the text. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, No test, ongoing assessment [Tests]. 


Problem Solving: Applying Math Processes
The learner will be able to
solve realworld problems by implementing the necessary mathematical processes.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Problem Solving 

Master 
0.8 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #17 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Problems: Representations
The learner will be able to
make connections between mathematical representations and their corresponding problem scenarios.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Represent Problems 

Master 
1.2 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #12 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Necessary Information
The learner will be able to
identify the information needed to solve a problem.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Irrelevant/Necessary Information 
Analysis 
Master 
0.8 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #17 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Verbalize word problems to find needed information [Textbook]. Practice students by asking 2 questions every time you have a word problem or a comparing problem such as a graphing problem. 1. What information do we need to know to solve this problem. 2. What information can we do without and still solve the problem. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, No test, ongoing assessment [Tests]. 


Solution: Reasonableness
The learner will be able to
evaluate, describe, and justify the reasonableness of a given solution.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Solution 
Evaluation 
Master 
1.2 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #11 week tested: 30.; TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.1.3.b, 3.1.3.f 
Classroom


Problem Solving: NonRoutine
The learner will be able to
obtain solutions to nonroutine problems.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Problem Solving 
Application 
Master 
0.8 
Terra Nova, Complete Battery, 1997, Level 13, Item 37 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Chapters 112 present nonroutine problems [Textbook]. Silver Burdette Ginn  Mathematics 2000. Extend to Science and Social Studies. Use problem of the day chart. Extension pages and activities 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, No test  an occasional quiz can be given [Tests]. 


Strategies: Choose/Apply/Suitable
The learner will be able to
choose, apply, and explain strategies for obtaining problem solutions.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Strategies 

Master 

TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.1.3.g, 3.1.3.f, 1.3, 3.1.3 
Classroom


Calculator: Apply/Problem Scenarios
The learner will be able to
apply calculators in problem solving scenarios and relate calculator procedures to computation.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Calculator Operations 
Application 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.1.tpi.8 
Classroom


Add Whole Numbers
The learner will be able to
perform addition on whole numbers (with and/or without regrouping) including two and/or threedigit whole numbers.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Add Whole Numbers 
Application 
Master 
2.4 
Terra Nova, Plus Edition (Complete Battery), 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #43, Item 1, 2, 4, 5, week tested: 30.; TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.1.spi.3 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Manipulatives, Counting blocks, visual prompts, [Miscellaneous]. overhead transparences, Textbook runoffs for extra practice 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Pretest, daily practice grades, posttests, [Tests]. Unit test 


Subtract Whole Numbers
The learner will be able to
perform subtraction on whole numbers (with and/or without regrouping) including two and/or threedigit whole numbers.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Subtract Whole Numbers 
Application 
Master 
2.4 
Terra Nova, Plus Edition (Complete Battery), 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #44, Item 7, 9, 10, 12 week tested: 30.; TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.1.spi.7 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Overhead, Transparencies, ten frame, base ten rods [Transparencies]. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Pretest, daily work, posttest, Unit test [Tests]. 


Multiply Whole Numbers
The learner will be able to
perform multiplication on whole numbers (with and/or without regrouping) and illustrate the idea of multiplication as repeated addition.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Multiply Whole Numbers 
Application 
Master 
4.0 
Terra Nova, Plus Edition (Complete Battery), 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #45, Item 1316 week tested: 30.; TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.1.2.c 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Reteaching sheets, extra practice sheets, [Textbook]. extended sheets. Review with multiplication cards. Have students volunteer daily to say their times: Example 1's  10's. Do timed practice sheets and drills. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Test, Unit Test, ongoing assessment [Tests]. 


Divide Whole Numbers
The learner will be able to
perform division on whole numbers (where a remainder may or may not exist).
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Divide Whole Numbers 
Application 
Master 
4.0 
Terra Nova, Plus Edition (Complete Battery), 1997, Level 13, Objective Statement #46, Item 1720 week tested: 30. 
Classroom


Instructional Resources 

· 
Adopted Textbook, Practice sheets, extension, etc. [Textbook]. Divide candy into equal cmounts. Divide class into groups. Give each group the candy and ask them to divide by the number of classmates in their group. Make sure they do not have a remainder for the first few sessions. Then extend the activity so that students will have a remainder. 


Assessment Resources 

· 
Tests, Test, Unit test, daily work, ongoing assessment [Tests]. 


Problem Solving: Addition/Subtraction
The learner will be able to
find solutions to real world problems that involve adding and subtracting whole numbers.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Problem Solving 

Master 

TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.1.spi.9 
Classroom


Add/Subtract: Strategies
The learner will be able to
apply many different thinking strategies to add and subtract whole numbers.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Add/Subtract Whole Numbers 
Application 
Master 
2.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.1.3.a 
Classroom


Compare Numbers: Less Than 10,000
The learner will be able to
use the appropriate symbol to compare whole numbers less than 10,000.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Compare/Order 
Analysis 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.1.spi.6, 3.1.1.n 
Classroom


Operations: Meaning
The learner will be able to
understand the meaning of operations.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Operations 
Comprehension 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 1.2, 3.1.2 
Classroom


Order: Whole Numbers/To 10,000
The learner will be able to
order whole numbers up to 10,000 including whole numbers presented in number form, with manipulatives, and in graphical forms.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Compare/Order 
Analysis 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.1.1.m 
Classroom


Whole Numbers: Represent
The learner will be able to
write and represent whole numbers with up to four digits (up to 9,999).
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Whole Numbers 
Application 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.1.spi.1, 3.1.tpi.2, 3.1.1.c 
Classroom


Real Numbers and the Coordinate Plane

Coordinate Geometry: Apply/Vocabulary
The learner will be able to
apply appropriate mathematical vocabulary to locate a point on a grid using whole number coordinates.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Coordinate Geometry 
Application 
Master 
1.0 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.3.spi.6 
Classroom


Coordinate Geometry: Recognize
The learner will be able to
use whole number coordinates to recognize a location on a grid.
Strand 
Bloom's 
Scope 
Hours 
Source 
Activities 
Coordinate Geometry 
Knowledge 
Master 
0.5 
TN: Curriculum Standards, 2001, Grade 3, 3.3.2.b 
Classroom


