LEARNING OBJECTIVES2Learning Objective TablePart 1: Learning Objective Table - Math StandardConsider this question as you write your learning objective:What is the content knowledge, skills, or dispositions required by this standard? Math Standard and Grade Level:First Grade in IllinoisCC.K.CC.6 Compare numbers. Identify whether the number of objects in one group is greater than, less than, or equalto the number of objects in another group, e.g., by using matching and counting strategies (Comparing Numbers: Between 1 and 10. n.d)CONTENT: WHAT(What you want students to know through the learning objective.)Students need to know how to compare two numbers, count to 100 and represent numbers up to 100. Students need to know the skill of counting. CRITERIA: WHY(Why this learning is important in math.)This learning is important because it teaches students the first step in mathematical simple processes which counting up to 100.CRITERIA: HOW(How the students will demonstrate their knowledge.)The student can demonstrate the knowledge of counting by the ability to compare two or more numbers and take tun in counting process. Students should identify greater than and less than numbers. Math Learning Objective: Understand the process of comparing numbers up to 100.