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By (date), when given an illustrated list of (5) measurable attributes (e.g. length, height, weight) and an illustrated or tangible object, (name) will verbally state (2) attributes that could be used to measure the object (e.g. Student says "I can measure the length and the weight of the pencil."), in (4 out of 5) measurable-attribute exercises.
When given (10) problems, each consisting of three physical objects, (name) will arrange the objects in order from longest to shortest scoring (8/10) correct arrangements.
By (date), given a set of (10) short and long objects and a verbal prompt (e.g., “Which one is short? Which one is long?”), (student) will sort at least (8) objects into two groups based on same lengths, in (4 out of 5) two-category sorting activities.
By (date) when given (10) objects to measure, (name) will select the appropriate tool (ruler, yardstick, meter stick, measuring tape) and correctly measure the length of each object scoring (8/10) correct measuring tools selected and object measurements in (4 out of 5) measurement activities.
By (date), given a set of (10) short and long objects and a verbal prompt (e.g., “Which one is short? Which one is long?”), (student) will sort at least (8) objects into two groups based on same lengths, in (4 out of 5) two-category sorting activities.
By (date), when given (10) word problems involving the addition and subtraction of time intervals in minutes, (name) will correctly write the new time or the time interval (e.g. "20 minutes passed from start to finish of recess", "8:35pm is when recess ended") scoring (8/10) in (4 out of 5) time word problem activities.
Given (10) digital and (10) analog printed representations of clocks, (name) will verbally tell and write the time to the nearest minute using a.m. and pm. with (16/20) correct responses in (4/5) time activities.
By (date), given an adapted (3)-week schedule (e.g., weeks labeled "last week", "this week", "next week" and weekdays labeled M-F) with activity symbols posted in each day of the week (e.g., picture of swimming on pool day, picture of music notes for music class), and asked a question about the schedule (e.g. “When was speech therapy last week?”, “When will we go to music class this week?”), (student) will verbally answer (4) out of (5) schedule questions correctly.
By (date), when given pre-drawn lines or polygons and a ruler, (name) will accurately measure a straight line to the (1/4 inch) increment, on (4 out of 5) attempts, for (5 out of 5) math assignments.
By (date), given (5) multi-step real world problems that require converting between measurement units within a standard measurement system (e.g. meters/centimeters, dollars/cents), (name) will find a correct solution by demonstrating each step in writing on (4 out of 5) problems.
By (date), given an adapted (3)-week schedule (e.g., weeks labeled "last week", "this week", "next week" and weekdays labeled M-F) with activity symbols posted in each day of the week (e.g., picture of swimming on pool day, picture of music notes for music class), and asked a question about the schedule (e.g. “When was speech therapy last week?”, “When will we go to music class this week?”), (student) will verbally answer (4) out of (5) schedule questions correctly.
By (date), when given pre-drawn lines or polygons and a ruler, (name) will accurately measure a straight line to the (1/4 inch) increment, on (4 out of 5) attempts, for (5 out of 5) math assignments.