# Roll an equation solve using an array solve using

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Roll an EquationSolve Using an Array Solve Using EqualGroupsSolve using RepeatedAdditionShow Commutative Property ____ X ____ = _____ ____ X ____ = _____ ____ X ____ = _____ ____ X ____ = _____ ____ X ____ = _____
Running head: BENCHMARK 3b: PLANNING TABLE 9 4 Points2 Points1 Points0 Point A multiplicationproblem is written andsolved correctlyA multiplicationproblem was writtenbut solved incorrectlyA multiplication problem is written, butnot solved Nothing was written An array is neatlydrawn. Rows andcolumns are lined upneatly and the correctnumber of objects arerepresentedAn array is neatly drawn. Rows andcolumns are lined upneatly, but an incorrectnumber of objects arerepresented An array is drawn but is messy. The rows and columns are not lined up neatly. It is hard to determine if the correct number of objects are represented Nothing was attempted, or an incorrect strategy was attempted Equal groups areneatly drawn. Thenumber of objects ineach group is easilyread and counted. Thecorrect number ofgroups and objects arerepresentedEqual groups areneatly drawn. Thenumber of objects ineach group is easilyread and counted. Anincorrect number ofgroups and objects arerepresentedEqual groups are not drawn neatly. It is hard to count the number ofobjects in each group.It is hard to determinethe correct number ofgroups and/or objects that are represented. Nothing was attempted, or an incorrect strategy was attempted The repeated addition problem is written and solved correctly. The repeated additionproblem is writtencorrectly, but solvedincorrectlyThe repeated additionproblem is writtenincorrectly or is messyand hard to readNothing was attempted, or an incorrect strategy was attempted The written equationrepresents thecommutive propertyof the equation incolumn one.___The written equation does not represent the commutive property of the equation in column one.Nothing was attempted, or an incorrect strategy was attempted
BENCHMARK 3b: PLANNING TABLE10 Benchmark 3b: Planning Table (Formal Assessment #2) Assessment Title Evaluating Solving Multiplication Word Problems Using Strategies Georgia State Standard(s) to be assessed MGSE3.OA.1 MGSE3.OA.3 Common Core Standard(s) to be assessed Same as Georgia Standards National Standard(s) to be assessed Grades 3–5 Expectations: In grades 3–5 each and every student should– understand various meanings of multiplication and division; understand the effects of multiplying and dividing whole numbers; Learning objectives to be assessed. LO1 LO2 LO3 LO4 This assessment is made of up Depth of Knowledge questions (DOK) two questions. Students are to solve multiplication word problems using a step by step approach. Each word problem is set up in the same format asking students to accomplish five tasks. They will be asked to find the numbers needed, identify the question being asked, express the equation, solve by illustrating one of the strategies, and by composing an answer sentence based off their product and the question. They will be assessed with a rubric.

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