|Subject Area||Math and Science|
|Unit of Instruction||Introducing measurement conversions/Changes in matter|
|Learning Targets and Learning Criteria|
• interpret a basic multiplication equation as a comparison (e.g., if a = n × b, then a is n times as much as b).
• represent verbal statements of multiplicative comparison as multiplication equations.
• explain that a digit in one place is worth ten times the value of the place to its right by connecting to measurement conversions within the metric system.
• know relative size of measurement units within one system.
• convert larger units of measure into smaller equivalent units (required units are listed on Grade 4 FSA Mathematics Reference Sheet).
• complete a two-column table (function table) showing measurement equivalents and relate measurement conversions to multiplicative comparisons (e.g., 1 yard is 3 times as long as 1 foot).
• review the physical changes of water. Include reasoning why water changes state.
• identify familiar physical changes in matter in which the objects’ properties are retained (e.g., cutting, tearing, crumpling, folding, melting, freezing, dissolving).
• identify familiar chemical changes in matter that result in a new substance with new properties (e.g., burning, frying, rusting, grilling, toasting, decaying plant and animal matter).
• record observations of physical and chemical changes in a science notebook.
• make inferences about observations made of physical and chemical changes
• describe observable signs that a chemical change may exhibit (smell, color, heat, fizzing sound, and substance given off).
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