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## Assessment

###### Fourth Grade Lessons

**Fourth Grade Assessment I** - This is a written assessment where children will interpret and determine the truth or falsehood of equations and statements that describe comparisons between quantities.
**Fourth Grade Assessment II** - This is a written assessment where children will interpret and determine the truth or falsehood of equations and of statements that describe comparisons between quantities.
**Fourth Grade Assessment III** - This is a written assessment where children will be asked to interpret graphs and to interpret and determine the truth or falsehood of equations and statements that describe comparisons between quantities.
**Fourth Grade Assessment IV** - This is a written assessment where children will compare two students. One of the students' speed can be represented linearly while the other's speed is represented by a non-linear graph.

###### Fifth Grade Lessons

**Fifth Grade Assessment I** - This assessment will focus on writing equations to solve verbal problems and on solving equations using syntactic rules. It is intended as a diagnostic tool to assist teachers in planning future activities.
**Fifth Grade Assessment II** - This assessment will focus on writing equations to solve verbal problems and on solving equations using the syntactic rules of algebra.
**Fifth Grade Assessment III** - This assessment will focus on writing equations to solve verbal problems and on solving equations using the syntactic rules of algebra.

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