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Grade 4 Standards
LANGUAGE ARTS
Language
Determines the meaning of vocabulary words using context clues/dictionary
Recognizes that words are made up of parts (roots, prefix, suffix) and can identify those parts
·         Expresses ideas clearly
Reading/Literature
·         Reads grade level text with fluency, accuracy, appropriate pacing and expression
·         Locates and summarizes the main idea and supporting details in literary/expository text
·         Identifies story elements (plot, characters, setting, theme), dialogue and sensory images in text
·         Makes judgments about elements from text and supports with evidence from text
Identifies the speaker in a text
Identifies characteristics of various genres (fiction, nonfiction, poetry, drama)
Composition
·         Writes pieces which clearly communicate ideas for different purposes (imaginary/informational) and audiences
·         Creates multi-paragraph compositions with correct paragraph form
·         Edits/revises drafts of writing
Conventions
Identifies and uses 4 main parts of speech (noun, verb, adjective, adverb)
·         Punctuates accurately (end marks, commas in a series)
Capitalizes accurately (beginning of sentence, proper nouns)
Identifies and applies correct sentence structure
Applies spelling rules
MATHEMATICS
Numeration/Operations
Names the place value of digits in numbers to the hundred millions
Demonstrates an understanding of whole numbers to hundred thousands
Orders and compares whole numbers to hundred thousands
Adds and subtracts multi-digit numbers
Demonstrates mastery of basic multiplication facts
Demonstrates mastery of basic division facts
Reads and writes numbers to the hundred millions in word, standard and expanded form
Rounds whole numbers to a given place
Orders and compares decimals to hundredths
Uses dollars and cents notations
Multiplies (up to 3 digit by 2 digit numbers)
·         Names fractional parts of a set
·        Names the whole for fractions
·         Divides 3 digit by 1 digit numbers
Patterns, Functions, Algebra
·        Writes and solves number sentences using +, -, ´, ¸, <, >, = to represent mathematical relationships
Creates, describes, and extends patterns
Geometry
Identifies, describes and classifies two-dimensional shapes by various attributes
Identifies, describes and classifies three-dimensional shapes by various attributes
Identifies and names points, lines and angles
Identifies and names angles
Identifies and draws line(s) of symmetry in two dimensional shapes
Measurement
Measures to nearest ½ inch and centimeter
Measures to nearest ¼inch and centimeter
·        Computes elapsed time using a clock and a calendar
·        Calculates area and perimeter of various polygons using diagrams, models and grids or by measuring
Demonstrates an understanding of such attributes as length, width, area and weight using both metric and U.S. customary units
Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability
Collects and organizes data using observation, measurement, survey or experiment and identifies appropriate ways to display data
·         Represents the possible outcome for a simple probability situation
·         Explains math thinking using pictures, words and/or numbers
SOCIAL STUDIES
Recognizes major historical sites and monuments in Washington, D.C.
Interprets maps using map symbols and keys
Locates the seven continents and four oceans
Locates major physical features of North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
Describes climate, natural resources, native people and physical features of North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
Identifies states, capitals and major cities for each United States region
Identifies and describes the five major European countries that influenced American culture
Identifies the major immigrant groups that live in the United States
SCIENCE
Identifies the parts of the solar system (sun, planets, moon)
Demonstrates an understanding of the movements of the earth (orbit and rotation)
Describes the phases of the moon
Differentiates between weather and climate
Demonstrates an understanding of weather concepts
Describes the earth’s water cycle
Describes the life cycle of a frog
Demonstrates an understanding of the adaptations of organisms
Differentiates between the basic properties of each state of matter
Makes observations, records and interprets data
Understands and applies the engineering design process
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Demonstrates competency in a variety of locomotor and non-locomotor skills as an individual or in a team setting
Demonstrates responsible personal and social conduct used in physical activity settings.
Shows understanding of game concepts and strategies
Demonstrates coordination through physical activities
Performs exercise and physical fitness activities
ART
Demonstrates and understands the ability to observe, abstract and invent in a variety of materials and techniques
Explores and experiments with color including expression and symbolism
Demonstrates the process of drafts, self assessment and craftsmanship
Demonstrates and understand general categories such as painting, drawing, collage and sculpture
Creates a variety of 2D and 3D artwork from imagination to tell a story
MUSIC
Sings in tune
Sings using appropriate techniques for sound production
Plays recorder with steady beat, correct rhythm and fingering
Plays recorder using appropriate techniques for sound production
Reads standard symbols of notation, rhythm and pitch
COMPUTERS
Uses tools appropriately and independently
Uses digital media to communicate and work collaboratively
Locates, organizes and evaluates information from a variety of digital resources and media
Practices safe and responsible use of technology
Transfers current knowledge to learning of new technology
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