4th Grade OCCT Resources

This page contains links and information provided by the Oklahoma State Department of Education. Please use the content provided here to familiarize yourself and your student with the upcoming assessments.

Math

Math

  • Mathematics Blueprints
  • Parent, Student & Teacher Guide – scrolling may be necessary
  • Performance Level Descriptors
  • Test & Item Specifications – scrolling may be necessary
  • Videos
  • Students scoring at the Proficient level typically will:
  • Be able to recognize, describe, and extend patterns.
  • Be able to solve open sentences.
  • Apply the associative property of multiplication.
  • Understand place value to six digits and decimals to hundredths.
  • Use 0, ½, and 1 or 0, 0.5, and 1 as benchmarks and place additional fractions on a number line.
  • Compare, add, or subtract fractional parts using physical or pictorial models.
  • Estimate and find the product of up to three-digit by three-digit using a variety of strategies to solve application problems.
  • Demonstrate fluency with basic division facts up to 144÷12 and the associated multiplication facts.
  • Identify, draw, and construct models of intersecting, parallel, and perpendicular lines.
  • Identify and compare angles to, less than, or greater than 90 degrees.
  • Describe the effects on two-dimensional objects when they slide, flip, or turn.
  • Solve application problems involving length, weight, mass, area, and volume using customary and metric measurement.
  • Develop and use the concept of area of different shapes using grids to solve problems.
  • Determine the correct amount of change when a purchase is made with at least a twenty dollar bill.
  • Analyze and interpret data in graphs.
  • Determine the median and mode of a set of data.

Reading

Reading

  • English Language Arts Blueprints
  • Parent, Student & Teacher Guide – scrolling may be necessary
  • Performance Level Descriptors
  • Test & Item Specifications – scrolling may be necessary
  • Videos
  • Utilize structural analysis in combination with context clues and other word-meaning resources to determine the meaning of new words and interpret the meaning of multiple-meaning words.
  • Apply knowledge of synonyms, antonyms, homonyms/homophones, and idioms.
  • Make grade-level inferences, draw conclusions, and make generalizations.
  • Compare and contrast information from texts on similar topics.
  • Distinguish between fact, opinion, and supported inferences in a variety of texts.
  • Interpret and analyze relationships in narrative and expository text to include cause and effect, sequence, and compare/contrast.
  • Identify and analyze the characteristics of a variety of genres.
  • Describe the major elements of story structure such as plot, setting, and characters, and apply understanding of them to make logical predictions.
  • Determine the central purpose, theme or main idea, and important details.
  • Determine the author’s purpose and the point of view presented.
  • Interpret figurative language in poetry and descriptive passages.
  • Interpret poetry and recognize poetic styles.
  • Use functional print information resources such as dictionaries, charts, diagrams, etc.