Giles County Board of Education Mathematics The Terra Nova Complete Battery for Mathematics is "designed to help students show what they know and can do. Many questions call for critical thinking, reasoning, and problem solving. Questions allow students to use different strategies and to take individual paths to a solution. Realworld topics engage students' interest, and the extensive use of graphics reduces the need for explanatory text and provides a supportive context. Themes group items into meaningful configurations, and items are generally sequenced to promote initial success so that students will continue with confidence to more challenging questions. 
Whole Numbers 
Divide Whole Numbers
The learner will be able to perform division on whole numbers (where a remainder may or may not exist) (dividing as much as 4 digits by 1 digit and 3 digits by 2 digits).

Multiply Whole Numbers
The learner will be able to perform multiplication on whole numbers (with and/or without regrouping) (multiplying as much as 3 digits by 2 digits).

Whole Numbers: Operations
The learner will be able to identify and/or use whole numbers, their operations, and/or properties.

Number Sense: Learner's Environment
The learner will be able to use the study of whole numbers in scenarios in their environment.

Fractions 
Add/Subtract Fractions
The learner will be able to add fractions.

Add/Subtract Fractions
The learner will be able to subtract fractions.

Divide 2 Fractions
The learner will be able to divide two fractions.

Multiply 2 Fractions
The learner will be able to multiply 2 fractions.

Measurement 
Area: Calculate
The learner will be able to calculate the area of a given figure.

Perimeter/Area: Manipulatives
The learner will be able to use manipulatives to show the interrelationships between perimeter and area.

Decimals 
Multiply/Divide Decimals
The learner will be able to multiply and divide decimals (especially when used in money computations).

Probability/Statistics 
Probability
The learner will be able to identify the probability of a given situation.

Probability: Experimental
The learner will be able to determine the experimental probability of an event.

Probability/Statistics: Application
The learner will be able to interpret a realworld problem situation and solve it using probability and statistics concepts.

Data Collection: Representations
The learner will be able to create and/or apply suitable representations of data that has been gathered and/or organized, and apply many different graphical forms as a means of making these representations.

Data: Formulate/Solve Problems
The learner will be able to both create and solve problems related to the collection and analysis of data.

Measures of Central Tendency: Arguments
The learner will be able to analyze and/or understand data and make compelling arguments based on that analysis that may involve considerations of mean, median, and/or mode.

Outcomes: Tree Diagram
The learner will be able to show all possible outcomes, solve problems, and/or find probabilities through the application of a tree diagram.

Geometry 
Reasoning: Spatial
The learner will be able to use spatial reasoning skills.

Reasoning: Proportional
The learner will be able to use proportional reasoning skills.

Spatial Thinking: Apply Concepts
The learner will be able to use suitable concepts and procedures of spatial reasoning/understanding.

Properties of Figures: Describe/Compare
The learner will be able to make descriptions and/or comparisons of the many different properties of certain figures.

Solids: Construct
The learner will be able to create paper cutouts (nets) to fold into threedimensional shapes.

Solids: Construct
The learner will be able to use manipulatives to reproduce a threedimensional object given in a pictorial representation.

Solids: Identify Model
The learner will be able to identify an object given a threedimensional model or pictorial representation.

Transformation: Represent
The learner will be able to represent transformations using manipulatives.

Transformations: Pictorial
The learner will be able to apply pictorial illustrations in the demonstration of transformations.

Number Theory 
Place Value: Applications
The learner will be able to understand and apply place value concepts when reading, writing, calculating, and estimating numbers.

Equivalent Forms: Articulate/Model
The learner will be able to discuss and/or show the relationship that exists among fraction and decimal representations for a rational number.

Number Systems: Understanding
The learner will be able to show an understanding of whole numbers, fractions, and/or decimals by applying technology as well as, physical, pictorial, and/or symbolic illustrations.

Number Theory Concepts: Applying
The learner will be able to apply an understanding of factors and multiples in realworld problem solving situations.

Algebraic Concepts 
Algebraic Concepts: Models
The learner will be able to apply concrete models in showing the relationships between numbers (to include fractions and/or decimals) and operations.

Properties: Identify
The learner will be able to analyze tables and graphs to identify properties and relationships.

Operations: Relationships/Describe
The learner will be able to describe the relationships between basic operations.

Functions 
Functions: Describe/Extend
The learner will be able to relate and/or continue functions that are shown in graphs and/or tables.

Functions: Describe/Represent
The learner will be able to relate and/or illustrate functions common to many different situations through the use of various aids, such as tables, graphical forms, oral rules, and/or equations with variables.

Numeration 
Order Relationships: Understanding
The learner will be able to show a comprehension of order relationships for fractions, decimals, and/or whole numbers through the use of physical, oral, and/or symbolic illustrations or descriptions.

Problem Solving 
Solutions: Estimate/Evaluate/Calculate
The learner will be able to make approximations, perform calculations, and/or make evaluations of solutions and/or communicate a statement that supports their position.
