British Columbia Prescribed Learning Outcomes — Grade 4


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4.BI.1.

Fractions and decimals are types of numbers that can represent quantities.

4.BI.2.

Development of computational fluency and multiplicative thinking requires analysis of patterns and relations in multiplication and division.

4.BI.3.

Regular changes in patterns can be identified and represented using tools and tables.

4.BI.4.

Polygons are closed shapes with similar attributes that can be described, measured, and compared.

4.BI.5.

Analyzing and interpreting experiments in data probability develops an understanding of chance.

4.C.1.

Number concepts to 10 000

4.C.1.1.

Forms, functions, and genres of text

4.C.10.

Algebraic relationships among quantities

4.C.11.

One-step equations with an unknown number, using all operations

4.C.12.

How to tell time with analog and digital clocks, using 12- and 24-hour clocks

4.C.13.

Regular and irregular polygons

4.C.14.

Perimeter of regular and irregular shapes

4.C.16.

One-to-one correspondence and many-to-one correspondence, using bar graphs and pictographs

4.C.17.

Probability experiments

4.C.18.

Financial literacy monetary calculations, including making change with amounts to 100 dollars and making simple financial decisions

4.C.2.

Decimals to hundredths

4.C.2.2.

Oral language strategies

4.C.2.3.

Metacognitive strategies

4.C.3.

Ordering and comparing fractions

4.C.3.1.

Features of oral language

4.C.3.3.

Sentence structure and grammar

4.C.4.

Addition and subtraction to 10 000

4.C.5.

Multiplication and division of two- or three-digit numbers by one-digit numbers

4.C.6.

Addition and subtraction of decimals to hundredths

4.C.7.

Addition and subtraction facts to 20 (developing computational fluency)

4.C.8.

Multiplication and division facts to 100 (introductory computational strategies)

4.C.9.

Increasing and decreasing patterns, using tables and charts

4.CC.1.

Reasoning and analyzing

4.CC.1.1.

Use reasoning to explore and make connections

4.CC.1.10.

Show an increasing understanding of the role of organization in meaning

4.CC.1.11.

Demonstrate awareness of the oral tradition in First Peoples cultures and the purposes of First Peoples texts

4.CC.1.12.

Identify how story in First Peoples cultures connects people to land

4.CC.1.2.

Observe objects and events in familiar contexts

4.CC.1.3.

Develop mental math strategies and abilities to make sense of quantities

4.CC.1.4.

Use technology to explore mathematics

4.CC.1.5.

Model mathematics in contextualized experiences

4.CC.1.6.

Recognize the role of language in personal, social, and cultural identity

4.CC.1.7.

Use personal experience and knowledge to connect to text and deepen understanding of self, community, and world

4.CC.1.8.

Respond to text in personal and creative ways

4.CC.1.9.

Recognize how literary elements, techniques, and devices enhance meaning in texts

4.CC.2.

Understanding and solving

4.CC.2.1.

Develop, demonstrate, and apply mathematical understanding through play, inquiry, and problem solving

4.CC.2.2.

Visualize to explore mathematical concepts

4.CC.2.3.

Develop and use multiple strategies to engage in problem solving

4.CC.2.4.

Engage in problem-solving experiences that are connected to place, story, cultural practices, and perspectives relevant to local First Peoples communities, the local community, and other cultures

4.CC.2.6.

Use oral storytelling processes

4.CC.2.7.

Transform ideas and information to create original texts

4.CC.3.

Communicating and representing

4.CC.3.1.

Experience and interpret the local environment

4.CC.3.2.

Identify First Peoples perspectives and knowledge as sources of information

4.CC.3.3.

Explain and justify mathematical ideas and decisions

4.CC.3.4.

Represent mathematical ideas in concrete, pictorial, and symbolic forms

4.CC.3.5.

Compare results with predictions, suggesting possible reasons for findings

4.CC.4.

Connecting and reflecting

4.CC.4.1.

Reflect on mathematical thinking

4.CC.4.2.

Connect mathematical concepts to each other and to other areas and personal interests

4.CC.4.4.

Identify some simple environmental implications of their and others' actions

4.CC.5.

Differentiate between intended and unintended consequences of events, decisions, or developments, and speculate about alternative outcomes (cause and consequence)

4.CC.5.1.

Contribute to care for self, others, school, and neighbourhood through individual or collaborative approaches

4.CC.5.2.

Co-operatively design projects

4.CC.5.4.

Generate and introduce new or refined ideas when problem solving

4.CC.6.1.

Represent and communicate ideas and findings in a variety of ways, such as diagrams and simple reports, using digital technologies as appropriate