3.
Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others. 

Mathematically
proficient students understand and use stated assumptions,
definitions, and previously established results in constructing
arguments. 

I
can... 
CONSTRUCT
arguments using concrete objects, drawings, diagrams,
and actions. 
LISTEN
to the arguments of others. 
QUESTION
to clarify or improve the arguments. 
READ
the arguments of others. 
JUSTIFY
my answers. 
RESPOND
to the arguments of others. 

CRITIQUE
the arguments of others. 


4
. Model with mathematics. 

Mathematically
proficient students can apply the mathematics they know
to solve problems arising in everyday life, society,
and the workplace. 

I
can... 
WRITE
equations to describe a situation. 
DRAW
pictures, models, and/or graphic representations. 
IDENTIFY
important quantities in a problem. 
REPRESENT
the problem using manipulatives and/or equations. 
INTERPRET
my mathematical results in context. 
EVALUATE
my solution(s) and make changes if needed. 
