Math 2-5: Time – For the Teachers

 

Math 2-5: Measurement and Data: Geometric Measurement and Problem Solving:

Time

RIT Range:
151-240
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Learning Continuum Statements:
 RIT 151-160:

  • Reads analog clocks to the nearest hour
 RIT 161-170:

  • Reads analog clocks to the nearest half hour
 RIT 171-180:

  • Completes simple conversions of units of time
  • Knows relative sizes of units of time
  • Reads analog clocks to the nearest five minutes
  • Reads analog clocks to the nearest half hour
  • Reads analog clocks to the nearest minute
  • Solves elapsed time word problems involving either minutes within one hour, or hours and/or minutes within A.M. or P.M.
  • Understands A.M. and P.M.
  • Understands time interval concepts: quarter to, half past, etc.
 RIT 181-190:

  • Completes simple conversions of units of time
  • Determines elapsed time across either minutes or hours using clocks
  • Identifies the digital or analog clock that displays the same time shown on the other type of clock, to the nearest five minutes
  • Reads analog clocks to the nearest five minutes
  • Reads analog clocks to the nearest half hour
  • Reads analog clocks to the nearest minute
  • Solves elapsed time word problems involving either minutes crossing over an hour, or hours and/or minutes crossing over A.M. or P.M.
  • Solves elapsed time word problems involving either minutes within one hour, or hours and/or minutes within A.M. or P.M.
  • Understands A.M. and P.M.
  • Understands time interval concepts: quarter to, half past, etc.
 RIT 191-200:

  • Completes simple conversions of units of time
  • Determines elapsed time across both minutes and hours using clocks
  • Determines elapsed time across either minutes or hours using clocks
  • Reads analog clocks to the nearest five minutes
  • Reads analog clocks to the nearest minute
  • Solves elapsed time word problems involving either minutes crossing over an hour, or hours and/or minutes crossing over A.M. or P.M.
  • Solves elapsed time word problems involving either minutes within one hour, or hours and/or minutes within A.M. or P.M.
  • Understands time interval concepts: quarter to, half past, etc.
 RIT 201-210:

  • Completes simple conversions of units of time
  • Determines elapsed time across both minutes and hours using clocks
  • Determines elapsed time across either minutes or hours using clocks
  • Reads analog clocks to the nearest minute
  • Solves elapsed time word problems involving either minutes crossing over an hour, or hours and/or minutes crossing over A.M. or P.M.
  • Solves elapsed time word problems involving either minutes within one hour, or hours and/or minutes within A.M. or P.M.
  • Solves multi-step time word problems involving conversion across seconds, minutes, hours, etc.
  • Understands time interval concepts: quarter to, half past, etc.
 RIT 211-220:

  • Completes complex conversions of more than two units of time
  • Completes simple conversions of units of time
  • Determines elapsed time across both minutes and hours using clocks
  • Solves elapsed time word problems involving either minutes crossing over an hour, or hours and/or minutes crossing over A.M. or P.M.
  • Solves multi-step time word problems involving conversion across seconds, minutes, hours, etc.
 RIT 221-230:

  • Completes complex conversions of more than two units of time
  • Solves elapsed time word problems involving either minutes crossing over an hour, or hours and/or minutes crossing over A.M. or P.M.
  • Solves multi-step time word problems involving conversion across seconds, minutes, hours, etc.
 RIT 231-240:

  • Completes complex conversions of more than two units of time
  • Solves elapsed time word problems involving either minutes crossing over an hour, or hours and/or minutes crossing over A.M. or P.M.

 

 

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