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By (date), when given (2) of the same shape partitioned into different equal parts with (1) or more parts shaded, (name) will match a corresponding numeric fraction to each partitioned shape, for (3 out of 3) geometry exercises.
By (date), after a review of the associative and commutative addition rules, when given an illustrated addition equation with (2) or more single-digit addends (e.g. 5 + 2 + 3 = 10), (name) will choose the equivalent illustrated equation from a bank of (3) options, for (3 out of 3) addition equations.
By (date), given two versions of the same item, one whole and one separated into parts, and asked to identify either the whole item or the parts of the whole, (name) will select the answer, in (4 out of 5) item recognition activities.
By (date), given proportional relationship scenarios, (name) will solve multi-step ratio and percent problems by cross multiplying the terms to find the correct value of the unknown term for (4 out of 5) problems.
By (date), when given (5) problems involving writing or comparing equivalent linear expressions with rational coefficients, (name) will apply algebraic operations (e.g. collecting like terms, distributive property) to the linear expression to answer (4 out of 5) problems.
By (date), (name) will use ratios to correctly calculate unit rates, including ratios of fractions with quantities measured in like or different units for (4 out of 5) problems.
By (date), when given (2) of the same shape partitioned into different equal parts with (1) or more parts shaded, (name) will match a corresponding numeric fraction to each partitioned shape, for (3 out of 3) geometry exercises.
By (date), after a review of the associative and commutative addition rules, when given an illustrated addition equation with (2) or more single-digit addends (e.g. 5 + 2 + 3 = 10), (name) will choose the equivalent illustrated equation from a bank of (3) options, for (3 out of 3) addition equations.
By (date), given two versions of the same item, one whole and one separated into parts, and asked to identify either the whole item or the parts of the whole, (name) will select the answer, in (4 out of 5) item recognition activities.
By (date), (name) will construct a function when given a data set for two linearly related quantities, table of values, or a graph representing the linear function for (4 out of 5) problems on a teacher-created worksheet.
By (date), when given real-world scenarios with a table of (3 or more) ordered pairs, (name) will determine if the table represents a proportional relationship by graphing the coordinates and checking whether the points lie on a straight line through the origin for (4 out of 5) proportional identification activities.
By (date), when given (2) of the same shape partitioned into different equal parts with (1) or more parts shaded, (name) will match a corresponding numeric fraction to each partitioned shape, for (3 out of 3) geometry exercises.
By (date), after a review of the associative and commutative addition rules, when given an illustrated addition equation with (2) or more single-digit addends (e.g. 5 + 2 + 3 = 10), (name) will choose the equivalent illustrated equation from a bank of (3) options, for (3 out of 3) addition equations.
By (date), given two versions of the same item, one whole and one separated into parts, and asked to identify either the whole item or the parts of the whole, (name) will select the answer, in (4 out of 5) item recognition activities.
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