Interactivate
Jump To:
Activities
Discussions
Lessons
--------
Tools
Assessments
Dictionary
Textbooks
Standards
--------
Version 1.0
Browse:
By Subject (broad)
By Topic (specific)
By Audience
By Resource Type
Alaska Performance Standards: Grade 3
Shodor
>
Interactivate
>
Standards
> Alaska Performance Standards: Grade 3
Alaska Performance Standards
Grade 3
Calculating...
Standard Category
•
Show All
Standard Category
(...)
Estimation and Computation
Objectives:
The student accurately solves problems (including real-world situations).
The student determines reasonable answers to real-life situations, paper/pencil computations, or calculator results.
Functions and Relationships
Objectives:
The student demonstrates algebraic thinking.
The student demonstrates conceptual understanding of functions.
Geometry
Objectives:
The student demonstrates a conceptual understanding of geometric drawings or constructions.
The student demonstrates an understanding of geometric relationships.
The student demonstrates conceptual understanding of similarity, congruence, symmetry, or transformations of shapes.
The student demonstrates understanding of position and direction.
The student solves problems using perimeter or area.
Measurement
Objectives:
The student demonstrates understanding of measurable attributes.
Numeration
Objectives:
The student demonstrates conceptual understanding of simple fractions with denominators 2, 3, 4, or 10.
The student demonstrates conceptual understanding of whole numbers up to one thousand.
Process Skills
Objectives:
The student communicates his or her mathematical thinking.
The student demonstrates an ability to problem solve.
The student demonstrates an ability to use logic and reason.
The student demonstrates the ability to apply mathematical skills and processes across the content strands.
Statistics and Probability
Objectives:
The student demonstrates a conceptual understanding of probability.
The student demonstrates an ability to analyze data (comparing, explaining, interpreting, or justifying conclusions).
The student demonstrates an ability to classify and organize data.
No Results Found
©1994-2015 Shodor
Website Feedback