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Berlin Community School 4 Math Teacher: Team Four Month September 2008 Skills Assessment A. Place value through the millions Content A. Select the correct base 10 blocks to give examples of numbers. A. Show correct place value by writing numbers in standard, expanded, and number form. B. Tables for organization B. Analyze information and construct tally tables. C. Select coins and correct change by counting up D. Apply negative numbers to real life situations. D. Evaluate a set of numbers to determine order D. Order negative and positive numbers in a number line. E. Solve word problems using problem solving strategies. F. Apply rounding rules to round to given place value spot. A. Design with paper base ten blocks a picture of a given number. A. Daily practice with paper and pencil response. A. Teacher observation and oral assessment. A. Chapter 1 test B. Survey with data in a tally table. B. Daily practice of given problems B. Teacher observation and oral assessment. B. chapter 1 test C. Teacher observation C.Chapter 1 test D. written situations in real life which give rise to negative numbers D. daily practice with paper and pencil D. Oral assessment D. Chapter 1 test E. Problem solving rubric E. Daily math journal F. Teacher observation F. Chapter 1 test Mathmatics-Mcgraw-Hill 2002 Edition Daily Practice Book -Mcgraw-Hill 2002 Edition Blackline Masters-Mcgraw-Hill 2002 Edition Manipulatives: Base ten blocks, coins, number lines A. Oral and written assessment B. Daily practice and teacher observation C. Daily practice and teacher observation C. written assessment D. daily practice, teacher observation D. written assessment E. Grid with correct amount of zeros F. Daily Practice F. Observation Assessment F. Roll a cube game to create subtraction problems with a partner G. Daily Practice G. Observation Assessment See materials in September C. Money and change D. Negative numbers E. Daily Word Problem Strategies F. Rounding numbers and money October 2008 A. Properties of Addition B. Addition Patterns C. Addition of whole numbers and money D. Estimation of sums E. Subtraction patterns F. Subtraction w/whole numbers and money G. Subtraction with regrouping across zeros H.Word Problems I. Estimation of Differences J. Number sentences w/variables. A. Apply properties to number sentences B. Analyze addition to find patterns C. Add whole numbers C. Regroup with adding D. Apply rounding skills to adding D. Estimate to the correct place E. Describe subtraction patterns F. Use correct regrouping strategies to subtract G.Apply regrouping strategies to zeros H. solve word problems using problem solving strategies Materials http://www.mhschool.com/math/2... http://internet4classrooms.com http://edweb.tusd.k12.az.us/ek... http://www.internet4classrooms... Problem solving rubric Materials: communicators, base ten blocks H. Problem Solving rubric www.curriculummapper.com 1 of 6 4 Math Four Month Content Berlin Community School Skills I. Round numbers to correct place then subtract. J. Construct the correct number sentence to solve a word problem. J. Solve word problems using number sentences with variables. November 2008 A. Word Problems B. Telling Time C. Elapsed Time D. Line Plots E. Range, Median, and Mode F. Line plots, pictographs, bar graphs, and tally tables. G.Important and unimportant information in word problems December 2008 A. Multiplication Vocabulary: array,factors,product,commutative/ associative/identity/zero properties B. Multiplication Facts C.Multiplication Fact Strategies D. Products of three numbers A. solve word problems using problem solving strategies B. Tell time by using clock manipulatives B. Identify between AM and PM B. Describe different ways to say time. C. Calculate the amount of time that has passed. D. Evaluate information to make a tally table and line plot to match E. Rearrange numbers and find range, median, and mode. E. List the range, median, and mode for various sets of numbers. E..Apply range, median, and mode skills to analyze data F.Collect and organize data in numerous formats. G. Analyze info to distinguish between important and unimportant A. Identify the names of the numbers in a multiplication problem,identify mult. vocabulary, distinguish between properties. A. Solve multiplication problems using the correct properties. A. Create arrays that match a Assessment G. written assessment H. Problem Solving rubric H. written assessment in math journal I. Daily practice, written and observation assessment J. written assessment J. Daily Practice A. Problem Solving rubric A. Math Journal B. Oral Assessment B. written assessment C. Daily Practice C. Oral Assessment C.written assessment D. written assessment of a line plot E. Daily practice E. Written assessment E. short answer practice and quiz F. Student made pictographs, tally tables, and bar graphs. Materials http://nces.ed.gov/nceskids/graphing / Materials: clocks, calendars, Connect cubes, communicators, chart paper, graph paper G. chapter test A. Written assessment A. Multiple Choice and Open ended questions. Materials: communicators, chips (arrays), flash cards B. Multiplication Timed Test C. Written response and open ended questions www.curriculummapper.com 2 of 6 4 Math Four Month January 2009 Berlin Community School Content Skills E. Word Problems F.Multiplication chart G. Multiplication and division relationship H. Multiplication patterns I. Two by 1 digit multiplication J. Prime and square numbers multiplication problem. B. Multiply 100 facts under a time limit C. D. Multiply three factors using the associative property E. solve word problems using problem solving strategies F. Analyze multiplication chart to find patterns G. Relate division and multiplication facts G. Name fact families H. multiply mentally using multiplication patterns I. Regroup numbers in multi-digit mulitplication A. Estimation of multiplication b. Functions and graphs C. Coordinate Pairs D. equations in graphing E. Multiplication of greater numbers F. Patterns of multiplication G. Multiply with multiples of ten H. Multiplication of multi-digit numbers I. Problem Solving J. Identify prime and square numbers A. Round numbers to correct place A. Estimate multiplication B. Complete a function table B. Label a coordinate graph B. Graph coordinate pairs C. Name coordinate pairs in a function D. Analyze equations to complete a function box E. multiply greater numbers with regrouping Assessment Materials D. Problem Solving rubric D. Math Journal E. Problem solving rubric F. oral discussion G. short response quiz H. Oral response H. short response assessment I. short response assessment I. Open ended responses J. oral response A. short answer quiz B. short answer assessment with graph C. short answer quiz C. Oral response D. short answer quiz E. short answer quiz F. short answer quiz G. Oral response and short answer H. short answer I. Open ended response in journal Materials: graph paper, rulers, communicators F. Use a pattern strategy to multiply two digit numbers. G. Multiply multi-digit numbers by multiples of ten H.Mulitply greater numbers with continued regrouping I. Analyze multi-step problems. February 2009 A. Division of three, four, and five digit dividends with remainders. B. Mean A. Divide using correct long division strategies B. Find the mean in a set of numbers. A. short answer B. performance assessment of a division foldable with correct division steps Materials: graph paper, rulers, yard/meter sticks, thermometers, tape measure www.curriculummapper.com 3 of 6 4 Math Four Month Content C. Word Problems Berlin Community School Skills C.solve word problems using problem solving strategies Measurement A. Customary length, capacity, and weight B. Conversion of customary units A. Estimate and measure capacity and weight in customary units. C. Word problems: Reasonableness B. Convert units of length, capacity, and weight. Assessment Materials C. short answer C. Math journaling and problem solving rubric A,B, C. D,E: performance assessment using math stations, measurement tools, measurement software. A,B,C D,E:written and oral assessment D. Metric length, capacity, and mass E. Metric and Customary temperature C. Compare and contrast information to check for reasonableness. C. Analyze data and make decisions D. Compare and contrast units in metric D. estimate and measure mass, length, and capacity D. Convert units in metric E.Estimate and compare temperature in Celsius and Fahrenheit. March 2009 Geometry:Chapter 10 A. Congruent and similar B. Translation, Reflection, and Rotation C. Bilateral, rotational, and lines of symmetry D. Perimeter, Area, and Volume E. Angles F. Lines G. Circles April 2009 A. Analyze and distinguish between shapes B. Investigate and predict the results of motion C. Identify, describe, and draw objects with symmetry D. Compute and solve for perimeter, area, and volume of polygons and 3D shapes. E. Identify and demonstrate acute, right, and obtsue angles F. Identify and demonstrate points, lines, line segments, and endpoints G. Identify, demonstrate, and measure diameter, radius, and circumference of circles. A. short answer B. Illustration and identification in a short answer C.short answer D. short answer D. Extended Response E,F,G: Performance, written, and oral assessment Materials: 3D shapes, flat shapes, nets A. short answer response Materials: communicators, graph paper www.curriculummapper.com 4 of 6 4 Math Four Month Content A. 1 digit long division review B. Division Patterns C. Division with 2-digit divisors Skills Assessment A. Divide with 1 digit numbers using the correct steps in long division B. oral and short answer reponse B. Use basic division facts to find answers in division patterns C. short answer response C. Divide with 2-digit divisors using the correct long division steps D. Estimate quotients D. short answer E. Over/Under Estimation E. Analyze word problems to determine over or under estimation F. Math journaling and problem solving rubric F. Word Problems F. solve word problems using problem solving strategies Fractions: Chapter 11 A. Fractions A. identify equivalent fractions A. Reduce fractions to simplest form A. Compare and order fractions A. Find parts of a group A. Reading and writing mixed numbers A. Converting improper fractions to mixed numbers and back. A. Adding and Subtracting fractions with like and unlike denominators. D. Estimation of quotients May 2009 Berlin Community School B. Probability Materials E. written response A/B multiple choice; performance assessment, short answer Materials: Fraction tiles, communicators, dice, number cubes, spinners A. short answer response A. performance assessment using correct place of decimals with communicators. B. short answer response C. short answer response D. oral and written assessment E. oral assessment Materials: communicators, place value charts B. Identify the likeliness of events. B. Analyze the results of probability experiments. June 2009 A. Fractions and decimal relation B. Decimal to fraction conversion and reverse C. Decimals greater than one D. Number sentences with variables E. Order of Operations A. identify correct decimal place value B. Change a decimal to a fraction, then back again C. Identify whole number and decimals C. Convert a fraction to decimal great than 1, then back. C. Compare and Order decimals www.curriculummapper.com 5 of 6 4 Math Four Month Content F. Problem Solving G. Rounding decimals F. Math Games Berlin Community School Skills D. Find correct missing variable E. Name the correct order of operations E. Use the correct order to complete number sentences F. Draw a diagram to solve a math problem G. Round a decimal to the correct place value H. Devise a math game with strategies Assessment Materials E. oral and written response F. Diagram with short answer response G. oral and written response H. Performance assessment www.curriculummapper.com 6 of 6