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### Math 3

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Given 10 finding the slope problems, Student will answer 80 percent correct three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

Given 10 writing equations given two points problems, Student will answer 80 percent correct three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

Given 10 graphing a line given a slope and y intercept problems, Student will answer 80 percent correct three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

### Proportional relationships

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Given 5 problems graphing proportional relationships and interpreting the unit rate as the slope of the graph, student will answer 80% correct three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

Given 5 problems comparing two different proportional relationships represented in different ways, student will answer with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data. (For example, compare a distance-time graph to a distance-time equation to determine which of two moving objects has greater speed.)

### Properties of Exponents

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Given 10 problems applying the properties of integer exponents to generate equivalent numerical expressions, Student will answer 80 percent correct three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.  (For example, 3^2 × 3^(-5) = 3^(-3) = 1/(3^3) = 1/27.)

### Solving Equations

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Given 10 problems with linear equations in one variable, student will identify the number of solutions possible with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collect data.

Given 10 single step solving for X problems, Student will answer 80 percent correct three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

Given 10 multi-step solving for X problems, Student will answer 80 percent correct three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

Given 10 multi-step solving for X problems requiring use of the distributive property, Student will answer 80 percent correct three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

### Functions

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Student will understand that a function is a rule that assigns to each input exactly one output by identifying the function in 10 examples and non-examples with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

Given 10 problems with two functions each represented in a different way (algebraically, graphically or numerically in tables), student will determine which function has the greater rate of change with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

Given a list of 10 functions, Student will identify the linear function, its equation y=mx+b, and graph as a straight line with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

### Pythagorean Theorem

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11-6 The Pythagorean Theorem - Student will apply the Pythagorean Theorem to determine unknown side lengths in a right triangle by solving 10 problems with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

Given 10 problems finding the distance between two point on a coordinate plane using the Pythagorean Theorem, Student will solve with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

Given 10 finding the slope problems, Student will answer 80 percent correct three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

Given 10 writing equations given two points problems, Student will answer 80 percent correct three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

Given 10 graphing a line given a slope and y intercept problems, Student will answer 80 percent correct three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

### Numeracy

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1-1 Given ten problems identifying the place value of whole numbers up to five places, Student will score 80% correct on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

1-2 Given ten problems identifying the place value of decimal numbers with up to four places to the right of the decimal place, Student will score 80% correct on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

1-3 Given ten problems rounding numbers, Student will score 80% correct on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

When given 10 real life math problems with 3-4 digit numbers, Student will increase his accuracy by recognizing the correct place value of the 1's, 10's, 100's, and 1000's from 30% to 85%, in 4 consecutive math assessments as measured by teacher collected data.

### Arithmetic

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2-1 Given an list of 10 vocabulary words about the topic of arithmetic, Student will answer 80% correct on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

2-2 Given an assignment of 10 order of operation problems, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

2-3 Given an assignment of 10 problems requiring the use of the distributive property, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

2-4 Given an assignment of 10 problems identifying all the factors of an integer, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

2-5 Given an assignment of 10 problems identifying the prime factorization of numbers, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

### Algorithms 1

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3-1 Given an assignment of 10 multi digit addition problems, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

3-2 Given an assignment of 10 multi digit subtraction problems, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

3-3 Given an assignment of 10 one digit by multi digit multiplication problems, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

3-4 Given an assignment of 10 two digit by multi digit multiplication problems, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

Given a set of 15 mixed addition and subtraction problems with regrouping, Student will solve with 80% accuracy on 3 consecutive trials as measured by classroom based assessment.

Given 10 real life problems involving addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, and the use of a calculator, Student will solve with 80% accuracy on 3 consecutive trials as measured by teacher collected work sample data.

Given 10 addition and subtraction problems with numbers up to the thousands place, Student will answer at least 8 correctly as measured by teacher collected data.

Given a list of steps organizer and 10 multi-step multiplication problems, Student will solve with 80% accuracy on 4 consecutive opportunities as measured by the teacher collected data.

### Algorithms 2

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4-1 Given an assignment of 10 basic problems, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

4-2 Given an assignment of 10 long division with one digit divisor problems, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

4-3 Given an assignment of 10 long division with two digit divisor problems, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

4-4 Given an assignment of 10 addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division problems with up to three decimal places, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

### Fractions

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5-1 Given an assignment of 10 problems which require the student to identify the fraction from pictures, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

5-2 Given an assignment of 10 adding fractions with like denominator problems, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

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5-4 Given an assignment of 10 problems identifying four types of fractions, zero, proper, whole, and improper, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

5-5 Given an assignment of 10 simple fractions to convert to decimal form, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

5-6 Given an assignment of 10 problems to convert base ten fractions to decimal form, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

5-7 Given an assignment of 10 problems converting any fraction to decimal form, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

5-8 Given an assignment of 10 problems compare any fraction to another, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

Given 10 math problems converting numbers between decimals and fractions, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on 3 consecutive occasions as measured by teacher collected work sample data.

Given 10 math problems converting numbers between decimals and percents, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on 3 consecutive occasions as measured by teacher collected work sample data.

Given 10 math problems converting numbers between percents and fractions, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on 3 consecutive occasions as measured by teacher collected work sample data.

Given 10 problems each ordering a set of 4 fractions with unlike denominators, Student will understand fraction concepts by correctly ordering the sets with 80% accuracy in 4 consecutive trials as measured by special education teacher collected data.

### Fractions Arithmetic

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6-1 Given an assignment of 10 multiplication of fractions problems, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

6-2 Given an assignment of 10 problems to simplify fractions to lowest terms, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

6-3 Given an assignment of 10 problems with fractions having the same denominator to be answered in simplest form, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

6-4 Given an assignment of 10 addition of fractions problems with different denominators, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

6-5 Given an assignment of 10 addition of fractions problems with different denominators, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

6-6 Given an assignment of 10 division of fractions problems, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

Given 10 fraction problems with like and unlike denominators, Student will add and subtract to increase from 33% to 85% accuracy, in 8 out of 10 trails as measured by special education teacher data collection.

Given 10 math problems involving the multiplication of fractions and mixed numbers, Student will answer with  80% accuracy in 3 consecutive trials as measured by teacher collected work.

Given 10 math problems involving the addition, subtraction, and multiplication of fractions and mixed numbers with unlike denominators, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on 3 consecutive trials as measured by special education teacher collected data.

Given 10 math problems involving the addition and subtraction of fractions and mixed numbers with unlike denominators, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on 3 consecutive trials as measured by special education teacher collected data.

### Mixed Numbers

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7-1 Given an assignment of 10 problems changing fractions to mixed numbers and mixed numbers to fractions, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

7-2 Given an assignment of 10 problems adding mixed numbers, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

7-3 Given an assignment of 10 problems subtracting mixed numbers, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

### Percentages

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8-1 Given an assignment of 16 problems converting between fractions, mixed numbers, and decimals, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

8-2 Given an assignment of 10 problems changing a fraction into an equivalent fraction, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

8-3 Given an assignment of 10 problems finding the percent of a number, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

8-4 Given an assignment of 10 problems finding the percent of a total, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

8-5 Given an assignment of 10 problems finding the missing total of a percent, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

Given 10 addition and subtraction problems with decimal numbers as small as the thousandth place, Student will answer at least 8 correctly as measured by teacher collected data.

### Ratios and Proportions

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9-1 Given an assignment of 10 problems involving unit rates, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

9-1 Given an assignment of 10 problems finding the ratio between two numbers, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

9-2 Given an assignment of 10 problems using proportions to find an unknown value, Student will answer with 80% accuracy on three consecutive attempts as measured by special education teacher data records.

Given 10 problems involving ratios, Student will solve 8 correctly on 3 consecutive trials as measured by special education teacher data.

Given real life problems involving proportional relationships, Student will solve with 80% accuracy on 3 consecutive occasions as measured by teacher collected work.

Given 10 problems involving proportions, Student will solve 8 correctly in 3 consecutive trials as measured by special education teacher collected data.

Given 10 word problems involving rates, Student will correctly solve with 80% accuracy on 3 consecutive occasions as measured by teacher collected work.

Given 10 problems involving unit rates, Student will solve at least 8 correctly in 3 consecutive trials as measured by special education teacher collected work.

### Geometry 1

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10-1 Points, Lines, & Planes - Given 10 problems identifying and creating points, lines, rays, segments, and planes, student will answer with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher data collection.

10-2 Angle Basics - Given 10 problems identifying angles as acute, obtuse, right, straight, parallel, perpendicular, complimentary, and supplementary, student will answer with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

10-3 Angles & Degrees - Given 10 problems finding the measure of angles, student will answer with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

10-4 Polygons - Given 10 problems defining and naming polygons, student will answer with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

10-5 Triangles - Given 10 problems defining and name triangles, student will answer with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

10-6 Quadrilaterals - Given 10 problems defining and naming quadrilaterals, student will answer with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

### Geometry 2

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11-1 Perimeter - Given 10 problems finding the perimeter of different polygons, student will answer with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

11-2 Area - Given 10 problems finding the area of different polygons, student will answer with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

11-3 Circles, What is Pi? - Given 10 problems identifying the parts of a circle including the radius, circumference, diameter, center, and pi, student will answer with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

11-4 Circles Circumference, and Area - Given 10 problems finding the circumference and area of a circle given the radius or diameter, student will answer with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

11-5 Volume - Given 10 problems finding the volume of cylinders, cones, rectangular prisms, and pyramids, student will answer with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

11-6 The Pythagorean Theorem - Student will apply the Pythagorean Theorem to determine unknown side lengths in a right triangle by solving 10 problems with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

11-6 The Pythagorean Theorem - Given 10 problems confirming a triangle is a right triangle, Student will apply the Pythagorean Theorem to determine unknown side lengths in a right triangle by solving 10 problems with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

When given 10 math problems involving the area (and/or circumference) of a circle, Student will solve with 90% accuracy in 4 consecutive opportunities as measured by special education teacher collected data.

When given 10 math problems involving the area (and/or perimeter) of a triangle, Student will solve with 90% accuracy in 4 consecutive opportunities as measured by special education teacher collected data.

When given 10 math problems involving the area (and/or perimeter) of a polygon, Student will solve with 90% accuracy in 4 consecutive opportunities as measured by special education teacher collected data.

When given 10 math problems involving the area (and/or perimeter) of a (rectangle, square, trapezoid, rhombus, parallelogram), Student will solve with 90% accuracy in 4 consecutive opportunities as measured by special education teacher collected data.

Given 10 math problems involving the surface area of a three dimensional figure, Student will determine the surface area of a figure with 90% accuracy 2 of 3 trials as measured by special education collected data.

### Statistics

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12-1 Mean, Median, & Mode - Given 10 problems finding the mean, median, mode, and range, student will answer with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

12-2 Basic Probability - Given 10 problems finding the probability of events with coins, dice, spinners, and marbles, student will answer with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

### Measurement

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13-1 Metric System - Given 10 problems identifying different metric prefixes and converting between these prefixes including kilo, hecto, deka, deci, centi, and milli, student will answer with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

13-2 Units of Distance - Given 10 problems identifying appropriate units of measure for daily things in our environment, student will answer with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

### Integer Arithmetic

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14-1 Negative Numbers - Given 10 problems determining the greater and ordering positive and negative integers, student will answer with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

14-2 Adding & Subtracting Integers - Given 10 problems adding and subtracting positive and negative integers, student will answer with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

14-3 Multiplying & Dividing Integers - Given 10 problems multiplying and dividing integers, student will answer with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

14-4 Absolute Value - Given 10 problems finding, adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing numbers with absolute value, student will answer with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

### Exponents

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15-1 Intro to Exponents - Given 10 problems understanding exponents including the base, exponent, squared, cubed, exponent notation, and converting to standard notation, student will answer with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

15-2 Exponents & Square Roots - Given 10 problems finding the root of integers, student will answer with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

15-3 Simplifying Square Roots - Given 10 problems simplifying numbers with exponents and roots, student will answer with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

15-4 Scientific Notation - given 10 problems converting number between scientific notation and standard notation, student will answer with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

### Algebra Part 1

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16-1 What is Algebra

16-2 Solving Basic Equations Part 1 - Given 10 problems solving for a variable using addition and subtraction with one step, student will answer with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

16-3 Solving Basic Equations Part 2 - Given 10 problems solving for a variable using addition and subtractions with one step, student will answer with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

16-4 Solving 2-Step Equations - Given 10 problems solving two step equation, student will answer with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

### Algebra Part 2

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17-1 Exponents in Algebra -  Given 10 problems simplifying numbers with exponents and roots, student will answer with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

17-2 Laws of Exponents - Given 10 problems simplifying numbers using the laws of exponents, student will answer with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

17-3 What are Polynomials? - Given 10 problems identifying the parts of a polynomial including the degree, coefficient, terms, constant, and order, student will answer with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

17-4 Simplifying Polynomials - Given 10 problems simplifying a polynomial by combining like terms, student will answer with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

17-5 The Distributive Property - Given 10 problems simplifying expressions using the distributive property, student will answer with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

### Algebra Part 3

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18-1 Graphing on the Coordinate Plane - Given a list of 10 point to graph on a coordinate plane, student will answer with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

18-2 What Are Functions - Given 10 problems about functions including the definition, range, domain, coordinate, ordered pairs, tables, graphs, vertical line test, and evaluation for a value, student will answer with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

18-3 Basic Linear Functions - Given 10 problems about linear functions, student will identify the slope, intercept, create a table of values and graph with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

18-4 Slope and Distance - Given 10 problems with two order pairs, student will find the slope and distance of the line segment with 80% accuracy three consecutive times as measured by teacher collected data.

### Problem Solving

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When given 5 math word problems, Student will increase his problem solving skills by describing his plan to solve the problem with 80% accuracy on 3 consecutive trials as measured by teacher data collection.

When given 5 math word problems, Student will increase his problem solving skills by describing his plan to solve the problem and solving with 80% accuracy on 3 consecutive trials as measured by teacher data collection.

### Word Problems

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Given a real life problem involving an unknown quantity, Student will solve with 80% accuracy in 4 of 5 opportunities as measured by special education teacher collected data.

When given ten 6th grade level word problems, Student will be able to correctly identify the information and operation needed to solve the problem with 80% accuracy in 4 consecutive trials as measured by data collected by the special education teacher.

When given ten 6th grade level word problems, Student will answer with 80% accuracy in 4 consecutive trials as measured by data collected by the special education teacher.

When given a real life problem involving data, Student will solve with 80% accuracy 4 consecutive trials as measured by teacher assignments.

When given ten word problems of mixed operations (subtraction, addition, multiplication, and division) up to 3 digits, Student will increase success rate from from 40% to 85% accuracy, in 8 out of 10 trails as measured by teacher data collection.

Given 10 multi-step (2-3 steps) word problems with whole numbers involving the four operations, Student will solve with 80% accuracy on 3 consecutive trials as measured by teacher collected work sample data.

Given 1 real life problems involving measurement, Student will correctly solve for area in 3 consecutive trials as measured by teacher collected work samples.

Given 10 real life problems involving addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, and the use of a calculator, Student will solve with 80% accuracy on 3 consecutive trials as measured by teacher collected work sample data.

### Money

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When given 10 word problems involving the counting of assorted coins up to \$1.00, Student will increase her current level of accuracy from 33% to 80% in 4 consecutive opportunities as measured by teacher data collection.

When given 10 word problems involving the counting of assorted coins up to \$1.00, Student will increase her current level of accuracy from 33% to 80% in 4 consecutive opportunities as measured by teacher data collection.

When given ten problems identifying the values of a nickel, dime, and quarter, Student will answer with 80% accuracy in 3 consecutive trials as measured by teacher collected data.

When given ten problems with pictures of various coins, Student will correctly give the names for a penny, nickel, dime, and quarter with 80% accuracy in 3 consecutive trials as measured by teacher collected data.

### Time

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When given 10 real life problems involving elapsed or future time to the nearest hour using an analog clock, Student will be able to correctly identify the correct time with 80% accuracy 4 consecutive opportunities as measured by teacher data collection.

When given 10 a real life problems involving elapsed or future time to the nearest half hour, Student will be able to correctly identify the correct time with 80% accuracy 4 consecutive opportunities as measured by teacher data collection.

Given 10 problems identifying the time with a picture of an analog clock, Student will correctly identify the number the hour hand is on with 80% accuracy on 3 consecutive trials as measured by teacher collected data.

Given 10 problems identifying the time with a picture of an analog clock, Student will correctly identify the number the minute hand is on with 80% accuracy on 3 consecutive trials as measured by teacher collected data.

Given 10 problems identifying the time with a picture of an analog clock, Student will correctly identify the correct time with 80% accuracy on 3 consecutive trials as measured by teacher collected data.

### Data and Graphs

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Given reading assistance and 10 problems involving real life data and graphs, Student will correctly interpret the data with 90% accuracy 3 consecutive trials as measured by teacher collected data.