Prairie Lakes Area Education Agency

Fourth Grade

Targeted Instruction Content Focus for Fourth Grade
Operations and Algebraic Thinking:
Targeted Standards: 4.OA.2 4.OA.3
Students considered for Targeted Instruction when:

Fall:    
Student cannot say from memory multiplication facts.
Progress Monitor and Instructional Strategies

Student cannot solve multiplication/division problems within 100 using multiple strategies.
Progress Monitor and Instructional Strategies

Winter: 
Student cannot solve multiplication/division problems using multiplicative comparison.
Progress Monitor and Instructional Strategies

Spring:  
Student cannot solve multiple step word problems using a variety of operations.
Progress Monitor and Instructional Strategies​

Number and Operations in Base Ten:
Targeted Standards:  4.NBT.1   4.NBT.5    4.NBT.6
Students considered for Targeted Instruction when:

Fall:      
Student cannot explain the relationship between digits as getting 10 times bigger/smaller from left to right. (4.NBT.1)
Progress Monitoring & Instructional Strategies

Winter: 
Student cannot multiply whole number (up to 4-digits) by a one-digit whole number using multiple strategies.(4.NBT.5)
Progress Monitoring & Instructional Strategies

Student cannot find whole number quotients and remainders (up to 4-digit dividend) and one-digit divisor. (4NBT.6)
Progress Monitoring & Instructional Strategies

Spring:  
Student cannot multiply two-digit by two-digit numbers using strategies based on place value and properties of operations.  (4.NBT.5)
Progress Monitoring & Instructional Strategies

Number and Operations—Fractions:
Targeted Standards:       4.NF.1    4. NF.2     4.NF.3    4.NF.4
Students considered for Targeted Instruction when:

Fall:     
Student cannot compare fractions (=, <,>) with commonnumerators/denominators and cannot generate equivalent fractions. (4.NF.1 and 3.NF.3)
Progress Monitor and Instructional Strategies

Winter:
Student cannot compare fractions with different numerators and different denominators (=, <, >) using multiple strategies (compare to whole, compare to benchmark, compare numerators, compare denominators, etc) (4.NF.2)
Progress Monitor and Instructional Strategies

Student cannot add/subtract fractions with the same denominator using multiple strategies.  (4.NF.3)
Progress Monitor and Instructional Strategies 

Spring:
Student cannot multiply a fraction by a whole number using multiple strategies.  ​(4.NF.4)
Progress Monitor and Instructional Strategies

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