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1st Quarter Curriculum Overview Pattie Wall 3rd Grade AIG Math *Exploring perimeter of polygons (line, length, width, plane figure, polygon, perimeter) * Applying place value to addition and rounding -strategies for estimation -reasonableness of an answer -numbers value in a “place” -rounding numbers -comparing numbers (>, <, =) -ways to represent numbers (standard, word, expanded) *Develop understanding of fractions -partitioning (1/2, 1/3, ¼, 1/6, 1/8) -equal parts (equivalent fractions) -writing fractions (numerator/denominator) *Exploring Multiplication -how addition and multiplication are related --finding patterns -solving word problems using multiplication 5th Grade AIG Math *Place value and decimals -comparing and ordering whole numbers -decimal place value -ways to represent whole numbers and decimals -multiplying and dividing by 10, 100, 1,000 (standard, word, expanded, scientific notation) *Reading, writing, and evaluation expressions in which letters represent numbers *Use variables to write and evaluate expressions *Order of operations (x, /, +, -) Apply the properties of operations to evaluate expressions (identity, commutative, associative, distributive for + and x) *Volume -Geometric figures Identify, describe, and classify 2 and 3 dimensional objects -Use formulas to find the area of polygons and the volume inside a solid figure Review multiplication concepts (patterns) Strategies to solve multi-step word problems using order of operations, multiplication, and volume 5th Grade AIG Reading *Key Concepts and Details -making inferences -drawing conclusions -main idea -details (supporting answers and opinions with the text) -theme -summary -conflict resolution -compare/contrast -elements of fictional texts (characters, setting, author’s purpose, conflict, theme, resolution, climax, author’s craft, etc.) The first half of the quarter, we’ll be using short stories to emphasize the Key Concepts and Details— short stories—“Expelled” “Spaghetti Pigout” “Priscilla and the Wimps” “Charles” The second half of the quarter, we’ll begin our first novel study The Phantom Tollbooth The students will also be reading a self-selected novel throughout the quarter.