# California State Standards

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One of the California state standards for first grade math is that students understand and use numbers from 1 to 100. This standard includes the following goals: a) Count, read and write whole numbers to 100. b) Compare and order whole numbers to 100 by using the symbols for less than, equal to and greater than (, =). c) Count and group objects in ones and tens (ex. 3 groups of 10 sticks, plus four left over represents 30+4=34). Instructional Goal #1 – Count, read and write whole numbers to 100. Objective is to have student read, write and count to 100 with 80% accuracy. • Learning Objective 1: Student will read aloud, number flashcards (that are out of sequence) from 1 – 100 with 80% accuracy. • Learning Objective 2: Student will…show more content…
The objectives for instructional goals target different learning styles so that as many students can be reached. They are doing a combination of worksheets, using manipulatives and working with the teacher…show more content…
It is important to assess the students with the numbers out of sequence so that we know for sure that they are identifying the digits correctly – not just memorization of what number comes next. If it is out of order they will know immediately what the number is and where it falls in sequence. Comparing and ordering whole numbers and teaching the symbols for greater than, less than and equal to (, =) will reinforce number order and is a preview for higher math. For example, when students are working on word problems which involve subtraction of two numbers, they will be able to correctly write the number sentence. The learning objectives here all reinforce number order by using various learning methods. So that the students will learn about grouping, my instructional objectives include manipulating objects, students explaining their reasoning to the teacher, and completing a worksheet which has pictures of groupings and solving adding/subtracting problems using the pictures on the worksheet. Varied teaching methods will be used to meet all of the instructional goals, so that more students will be