Curriculum Map

Common Core Math

2019 – 2020

Resource:  GoMath

Note:  The following is the key for “Guided Math”

Week 1:     Establishing Math Workshop

Week 5:

Review and Assess

 Review Chapter 1 Assessment of Chapter 1 / Pretest Chapter 2

Weeks 6, 7 and 8:       GoMath Chapter 2

Topic:                       Divide Whole Numbers

Domain:                     Number & Operations in Base Ten and Number and Operations – Fractions

Essential Question:        How can you divide whole numbers?

STANDARDS:               NBT.B.6; NF.B.5

 Info for Mini Lessons Math Workshop Closing Guided Math Math Stations ·      2.1:  Place the First Digit (1 day) ·      2.2:  Divide by 1-Digit Divisors (1 day) ·      2.3:  Investigate:  Division with 2-Digit ·      Divisors (2 days) ·      2.4:  Partial Quotients (1 day) ·      2.5:  Estimate with 2-Digit Divisors (1 day) ·      2.6:  Divide by 2-Digit Divisors (2 days) ·      2.7:  Interpret the Remainder (1 day) ·      2.8:  Adjust Quotients (2 days) ·      2.9:  Problem Solving:  Division (2 days) B:   Refer to GoMath Reteach Resource Book; Model division using base ten blocks   O:  GoMath Chapter 2   A:   Refer to GoMath Enrich Resource Book ·       Rotating Centers: ideas include, but are not limited to, Teacher-Guided, Independent, Hands-On, Team Challenge, Technology (IXL, Prodigy, Freckle), Math Fluency. For more ideas, refer to the list of resources below. ·       Menus: students are given a weekly “menu” of tasks to complete. This is a great way to provide students with choice while holding them accountable to their own progress toward the learning goal. Gallery Walk: students move about the classroom, answering questions posted around the room. A great way to tier tasks and provides students with the freedom to work through problems at their own pace. Select a student for the Mathematician’s Chair.   Debrief the day.   Have students write the questions they have about Chapter 1 in their math journals.

Essential Chapter Vocabulary: Dividend; Divisor; Quotient; Inverse Operations; Remainder

Resources:

LearnAlberta – Division of Whole Numbers – Video Tutorial http://www.learnalberta.ca/content/me5l/html/math5.html?goLesson=9

Double Division – Division by a 2-Digit Number – Algorithm Applet – http://www.doubledivision.org/

Rectangle Division- Interactive Applet – http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/frames_asid_193_g_2_t_1.html

“Remainder Riddles” Lesson – http://www.uen.org/Lessonplan/preview.cgi?LPid=6153

“Partial Quotient” Lesson – http://www.uen.org/Lessonplan/preview.cgi?LPid=6154

Learn Alberta – Division of Whole Numbers – Video Tutorial – http://www.learnalberta.ca/content/me5l/html/Math5.html?launch=true

Education Place – Divide with Remainders – Student Tutorial – http://eduplace.com/cgibin/schtemplate.cgi?template=/math/hmm/models/tm_popup.thtml&grade=4&chapter=8&lesson=2&title=Divide+with+Remainders&tm=tmfe0802e

“Mystery Dinner” Lesson – http://www.uen.org/Lessonplan/preview.cgi?LPid=21553

Number Line Arithmetic – Interactive Applet – http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/frames_asid_197_g_2_t_1.html?open=activities

Math Solutions – “A Remainder of One” Lesson – http://www.mathsolutions.com/documents/0-941355-46-2_L.pdf

Week 9:

Review and Assess

 Review Chapters 1 – 2 Assessment of Chapters 1 – 2 / Pretest Chapter 3

Weeks 10, 11 and 12:     Math Workshop – GoMath Chapter 3

Domain:                     Number and Operations in Base Ten

Essential Question:        How can you add and subtract decimals?

STANDARDS:               NBT.A.1; NBT.A.3a; NBT.A.3b; NBT.A.4;

 Info for Mini Lessons Math Workshop Closure Guided Math Practice Opportunities ·      3.1:  Investigate:  Thousandths (1 day) ·      3.2:  Place Value of Decimals (1 day) ·      3.3:  Compare and Order Decimals (1 day) ·      3.4:  Round Decimals (1 day) ·      3.5:  Investigate:  Decimal Addition (2 days) ·      3.6:  Investigate:  Decimal Subtraction (1 day) ·      3.7:  Estimate Decimal Sums and Differences (1 day) ·      3.8:  Add Decimals (1 day) ·      3.9:  Subtract Decimals (1 day) ·      3.10 (2 days):  Algebra:  Patterns with Decimals (2 days) ·      3.11 (Problem Solving:  Add and Subtract Money (2 days) ·      3.12:  Choose a Method (2 days) B:   Refer to GoMath Reteach/Enrich Resource Book; Use place value chart to support learners   O:  GoMath Chapter 3   A:   Refer to GoMath Reteach/Enrich Resource Book ·       Rotating Centers: ideas include, but are not limited to, Teacher-Guided, Independent, Hands-On, Team Challenge, Technology (IXL, Prodigy, Freckle), Math Fluency. For more ideas, refer to the list of resources below. ·       Menus: students are given a weekly “menu” of tasks to complete. This is a great way to provide students with choice while holding them accountable to their own progress toward the learning goal. ·       Gallery Walk: students move about the classroom, answering questions posted around the room. A great way to tier tasks and provides students with the freedom to work through problems at their own pace. Allow students to share out what they learned today, either through partner, group, and whole class discussion or written response.   Assess student mastery of the daily learning goal via an exit ticket. Pull small groups to re-teach content the following day.

Weeks 13, 14 and 15:    GoMath Chapter 4

Topic:                       Multiply Decimals

Domain:                     Number and Operations in Base Ten

Essential Question:        How can you solve decimal multiplication problems?

STANDARDS:               NBT.B.7

 STANDARDS:               NBT.B.7 Info for Mini Lessons Math Workshop Closure Guided Math Practice Opportunities ·      4.1:  Algebra:  Multiplication Patterns with Decimals (1 day) ·      4.2:  Investigate:  Multiply Decimals and Whole Numbers (1 day) ·      4.3: Multiplication with Decimals and Whole Numbers (1 day) ·      4.4:  Multiply Using Expanded Form (2 days) ·      4.5:  Problem Solving:  Multiply Money (2 days) ·      4.6:  Investigate:  Decimal Multiplication (2 days) ·      4.7:  Multiply Decimals (1 day) ·      4.8:  Zeros in the Product (1 day) ·      Pretest Chapter 4 B:   Refer to GoMath Reteach/Enrich Resource Book; Use 10 x 10 grid to support learners   O:  GoMath Chapter 4   A:   Refer to GoMath Reteach/Enrich Resource Book ·       Rotating Centers: ideas include, but are not limited to, Teacher-Guided, Independent, Hands-On, Team Challenge, Technology (IXL, Prodigy, Freckle), Math Fluency. For more ideas, refer to the list of resources below. ·       Menus: students are given a weekly “menu” of tasks to complete. This is a great way to provide students with choice while holding them accountable to their own progress toward the learning goal. ·       Gallery Walk: students move about the classroom, answering questions posted around the room. A great way to tier tasks and provides students with the freedom to work through problems at their own pace. Allow students to share out what they learned today, either through partner, group, and whole class discussion or written response.   Assess student mastery of the daily learning goal via an exit ticket. Pull small groups to re-teach content the following day.

Essential Chapter Vocabulary: Product, Exponent, Multiple

Resources:

Learn Alberta – Multiplication and Division of Decimals – Video Tutorial – http://www.learnalberta.ca/content/me5l/html/Math5.html?launch=true

Education Place – Multiply Decimals – Student Tutorial – http://eduplace.com/cgibin/schtemplate.cgi?template=/math/hmm/models/tm_popup.thtml&grade=5&chapter=13&lesson=4&title=Multiply+Decimals&tm=tmff1304e

HMH E-Lab – Exploring Division of Decimals – Assessment – http://www.hbschool.com/activity/elab2004/gr6/1.html

The Scale of the Universe – Powers of Ten – Demonstration Model – http://htwins.net/scale2/scale2.swf?bordercolor=white

Weeks 16, 17 and 18:    GoMath Chapter 5

Topic:                       Divide Decimals

Domain:                     Number and Operations In Base Ten

Essential Question:        How can you solve decimal division problems?

STANDARDS:               5.NBT.A.2; 5.NBT.B.7

 Info for Mini Lessons Math Workshop Closure Guided Math Practice Opportunities ·      5.1:  Algebra:  Division Patterns with Decimals (1 day) ·      5.2:  Investigate:  Divide Decimals by Whole Numbers (2 days) ·      5.3:  Estimate Quotients (1 day) ·      5.4:  Division of decimals by Whole Numbers (1 day) ·      5.5:  Investigate:  Decimal Division (2 days) ·      5.6:  Divide Decimals (2 days) ·      5.7:  Write Zeros in the Dividend (1 day) ·      5.8:  Problem Solving:  Decimal Operations (2 days) B:   Refer to GoMath Reteach/Enrich Resource Book; Use base 10 blocks to support learners   O:  GoMath Chapter 5   A:   Refer to GoMath Reteach/Enrich Resource Book ·       Rotating Centers: ideas include, but are not limited to, Teacher-Guided, Independent, Hands-On, Team Challenge, Technology (IXL, Prodigy, Freckle), Math Fluency. For more ideas, refer to the list of resources below. ·       Menus: students are given a weekly “menu” of tasks to complete. This is a great way to provide students with choice while holding them accountable to their own progress toward the learning goal. ·       Gallery Walk: students move about the classroom, answering questions posted around the room. A great way to tier tasks and provides students with the freedom to work through problems at their own pace. Allow students to share out what they learned today, either through partner, group, and whole class discussion or written response.   Assess student mastery of the daily learning goal via an exit ticket. Pull small groups to re-teach content the following day.

Resources:

Learn Alberta – Multiplication and Division of Decimals- Video Tutorial – http://www.learnalberta.ca/content/me5l/html/Math5.html?launch=true

Education Place – Divide a Decimal by a Decimal – Student Tutorial – http://eduplace.com/cgibin/schtemplate.cgi?template=/math/hmm/models/tm_popup.thtml&grade=5&chapter=14&lesson=7&title=Divide+a+Decimal+by+a+Decimal&tm=tmff1407e

Math Playground – How to Divide Decimals – Student Tutorial – http://www.mathplayground.com/howto_dividedecimals.html

Scholastic Study Jams – Division of Decimals – Student Tutorial – http://studyjams.scholastic.com/studyjams/jams/math/decimals-percents/division-ofdecimals.htm

The Scale of the Universe – Powers of Ten – Demonstration Model – http://htwins.net/scale2/scale2.swf?bordercolor=white

Week 19

Review and Assessment

 Using engaging activities, review chapters 1 – 5. Assessment of chapters 1 – 5. / Pretest chapter 6

Weeks 20, 21 and 22:  5 GoMath Chapter 6

Topic:                       Add and Subtract Fractions with Unlike Denominators

Essential Question:        How can you add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators?

STANDARDS:               NF.A.1; NF.A.2;

Essential Chapter Vocabulary: Least Common Denominator, Equivalent Fractions, Numerator, Denominator,

Resources:

Learn Alberta – Equivalent Fractions- Video Tutorial – http://www.learnalberta.ca/content/me5l/html/Math5.html?launch=true

Education Place – Equivalent Fractions and Simplest Form – Student Tutorial – http://eduplace.com/cgibin/schtemplate.cgi?template=/math/hmm/models/tm_popup.thtml&grade=5&chapter=9&lesson=6&title=Equivalent+Fractions+and+Simplest+Form&tm=tm ff0906e

Illuminations – Equivalent Fractions – Interactive Applet – http://illuminations.nctm.org/ActivityDetail.aspx?ID=80

NLVM – Equivalent Fractions – Interactive Applet – http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/frames_asid_105_g_3_t_1.html?from=category_g_3_t_1.html

Education Place – Locate Points on a Grid – Animated Math Center – http://eduplace.com/kids/hmcam/animath/fractions_with_different_denominators.html

Scholastic Study Jams – Add & Subtract Mixed Numbers – Student Tutorial – http://studyjams.scholastic.com/studyjams/jams/math/fractions/add-submixed-numbers.htm

Weeks 23, 24 and 25:  GoMath Chapter 7

Topic:                       Multiply Fractions

Domain:                     Number and Operations – Fractions

Essential Question:        How do you multiply fractions?

STANDARDS:               NF.B.4a; NF.B.4b; NF.B.5a; NF.B.5b; NF.B.6

 Info for Mini Lessons Math Workshop Closure Guided Math Practice Opportunities ·      7.1:  Find Part of a Group (1 day) ·      7.2:  Investigate:  Multiply Fractions and Whole Numbers (2 days) ·      7.3:  Fraction and Whole Number Multiplication (1 day) ·      7.4:  Investigate:  Multiply Fractions (2 days) ·      7.5:  Compare Fraction Factors and Products (1 day) ·      7.6:  Fraction Multiplication (1 day) ·      7.7:  Investigate:  Area and Mixed Numbers (2 days) ·      7.8:  Compare Mixed Number Factors and Products (1 day) ·      7.9:  Multiply Mixed Numbers (1 day) ·      7.10:  Problem Solving:  Find Unknown Lengths (2 days) B:   Refer to GoMath Reteach/Enrich Resource Book; Use fraction number lines and fraction bars to support learners   O:  GoMath Chapter 7   A:   Refer to GoMath Reteach/Enrich Resource Book ·       Rotating Centers: ideas include, but are not limited to, Teacher-Guided, Independent, Hands-On, Team Challenge, Technology (IXL, Prodigy, Freckle), Math Fluency. For more ideas, refer to the list of resources below. ·       Menus: students are given a weekly “menu” of tasks to complete. This is a great way to provide students with choice while holding them accountable to their own progress toward the learning goal. ·       Gallery Walk: students move about the classroom, answering questions posted around the room. A great way to tier tasks and provides students with the freedom to work through problems at their own pace. Allow students to share out what they learned today, either through partner, group, and whole class discussion or written response.   Assess student mastery of the daily learning goal via an exit ticket. Pull small groups to re-teach content the following day.

Resources:

NLVM – Rectangle Multiplication of Fractions – Interactive Applet – http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/frames_asid_194_g_3_t_1.html?from=category_g_3_t_1.html

Math Is Fun – Multiplying Fractions – Student Tutorial – http://www.mathsisfun.com/fractions_multiplication.html

Math Playground – Multiplying Fractions – Interactive Applet – http://www.mathplayground.com/fractions_mult.html

Math Is Fun – Multiplying Mixed Numbers – Student Tutorial – http://www.mathsisfun.com/mixed-fractions-multiply.html

Math Play – Multiplying Fractions Millionaire Game – Game – http://www.math-play.com/Multiplying-Fractions-Millionaire/Multiplying-FractionsMillionaire.html

Math Solutions – “Introducing Multiplication of Fractions” Lesson – http://www.mathsolutions.com/documents/0-941355-64-0_L.pdf

Week 26

Review and Assessment

 Using engaging activities, review chapters 1 – 7. Assessment of chapters 1 – 7 / Pretest chapter 8

Weeks 27 and 28:        GoMath Chapter 8

Topic:                       Divide Fractions

Domain:                     Number and Operations – Fractions

Essential Question:        What strategies can you use to solve division problems involving fractions?

STANDARDS:               NF.B.3; NF.B.7a; NF.B.7b; NF.B.7c

 Info for Mini Lessons Math Workshop Closure Guided Math Practice Opportunities ·      8.1:  Investigate:  Divide Fractions and Whole Numbers (2 days) ·      8.2:  Problem Solving:  Use Multiplication (2 days) ·      8.3:  Connect Fractions to Division (1 day) ·      8.4:  Fraction and Whole-Number Division (2 days) ·      8.5:  Interpret Division with Fractions (2 days) B:   Refer to GoMath Reteach/Enrich Resource Book; Use fraction number lines and fraction bars to support learners   O:  GoMath Chapter 8   A:   Refer to GoMath Reteach/Enrich Resource Book ·       Rotating Centers: ideas include, but are not limited to, Teacher-Guided, Independent, Hands-On, Team Challenge, Technology (IXL, Prodigy, Freckle), Math Fluency. For more ideas, refer to the list of resources below. ·       Menus: students are given a weekly “menu” of tasks to complete. This is a great way to provide students with choice while holding them accountable to their own progress toward the learning goal. ·       Gallery Walk: students move about the classroom, answering questions posted around the room. A great way to tier tasks and provides students with the freedom to work through problems at their own pace. Allow students to share out what they learned today, either through partner, group, and whole class discussion or written response.   Assess student mastery of the daily learning goal via an exit ticket. Pull small groups to re-teach content the following day.

Resources:

IXL – Divide Fractions by Whole Numbers – Assessment – http://www.ixl.com/math/grade-5/divide-fractions-by-whole-numbers

IXL- Divide Whole Numbers by Fractions – Assessment – http://www.ixl.com/math/grade-5/divide-whole-numbers-by-fractions

UEN – “Fruity O Fractions” Lesson – http://www.uen.org/Lessonplan/preview.cgi?LPid=6156

Week 29

Review and Assessment

 Using engaging activities, review chapters 1 – 8. Assessment of chapters 1 – 8. / Pretest chapter 9

Weeks 30 and 31:        GoMath Chapter 9

Topic:                       Algebra:  Patterns and Graphing

Domain:                     Measurement & Data; Geometry; and Operations & Algebraic Thinking

Essential Question:        What strategies can you use to solve division problems involving fractions?

STANDARDS:               OA.B.3; MD.B.2; G.A.1; G.A.2

 Info for Mini Lessons Math Workshop Closure Guided Math Practice Opportunities ·      9.1:  Line Plots (1 day) ·      9.2:  Ordered Pairs (1 day) ·      9.3:  Investigate:  Graph Data (1 day) ·      9.4:  Line Graphs (1 day) ·      9.5:  Numerical Patterns (1 day) ·      9.6:  Problem Solving:  Find a Rule (1 day) ·      9.7:  Graph and Analyze Relationships (1 day) ·      Pretest chapter 10 B:   Refer to GoMath Reteach/Enrich Resource Book; Use fraction number lines and fraction bars to support learners   O:  GoMath Chapter 9   A:   Refer to GoMath Reteach/Enrich Resource Book     Pretest Chapter 10 ·       Rotating Centers: ideas include, but are not limited to, Teacher-Guided, Independent, Hands-On, Team Challenge, Technology (IXL, Prodigy, Freckle), Math Fluency. For more ideas, refer to the list of resources below. ·       Menus: students are given a weekly “menu” of tasks to complete. This is a great way to provide students with choice while holding them accountable to their own progress toward the learning goal. ·       Gallery Walk: students move about the classroom, answering questions posted around the room. A great way to tier tasks and provides students with the freedom to work through problems at their own pace. Allow students to share out what they learned today, either through partner, group, and whole class discussion or written response.   Assess student mastery of the daily learning goal via an exit ticket. Pull small groups to re-teach content the following day.

Resources:

IXL – Create Line Plots – Assessment – http://www.ixl.com/math/grade-6/create-line-plots

LearnAlberta – Displaying Data – Video Tutorial – http://www.learnalberta.ca/content/me5l/html/math5.html?goLesson=21

IXL – Interpret Line Plots – Assessment – http://www.ixl.com/math/grade-5/interpret-line-plots

IXL – Location and Relative Coordinates on Maps – Assessment – http://www.ixl.com/math/grade-5/location-and-relative-coordinates-on-maps

IXL – Graph Points on a Coordinate Plane – Assessment – http://www.ixl.com/math/grade-5/graph-points-on-a-coordinate-plane

IXL – Coordinate Graphs Review – Assessment – http://www.ixl.com/math/grade-5/coordinate-graphs-review-whole-numbers-only

UEN – “Mountain Rescue Mission” Lesson – http://www.uen.org/Lessonplan/preview.cgi?LPid=6168

LearnAlberta – Ordered Pairs – Video Tutorial – http://www.learnalberta.ca/content/me5l/html/Math5.html?launch=true

Education Place – Locate Points on a Grid – Student Tutorial – http://eduplace.com/cgibin/schtemplate.cgi?template=/math/hmm/models/tm_popup.thtml&grade=4&chapter=24&lesson=1&title=Locate+Points+on+a+Grid&tm=tmfe2401e Oswego – Billy Bug – Game – http://www.oswego.org/ocsd-web/games/BillyBug/bugcoord.html

Education Place – Graphing on a Coordinate Grid – Student Tutorial – http://eduplace.com/cgibin/schtemplate.cgi?template=/math/hmm/models/tm_popup.thtml&grade=2&chapter=4&lesson=4&title=Graphing+on+a+Coordinate+Grid&tm=tmfc0404e

Teacher’s Domain – “Linking Number Patterns” Lesson – http://www.teachersdomain.org/resource/vtl07.math.algebra.pat.lpexponent/

Teacher’s Domain – “Finding the Common Beat” Lesson – http://www.teachersdomain.org/resource/vtl07.math.number.mul.commonbeat/

Education Place – Bar Graphs and Line Graphs – Student Tutorial – http://eduplace.com/kids/hmcam/animath/bar_graphs_and_line_graphs.html

Mr. Nussbaum – Cool Graphing – Interactive Applet – http://www.mrnussbaum.com/graph/line.htm

Weeks 32 and 33:        GoMath Chapter 10

Topic:                       Convert Units of Measure

Domain:                     Measurement and Data

Essential Question:        What strategies can you use to compare and convert measurements?

STANDARDS:               MD.A.1

 Info for Mini Lessons Math Workshop Closure Guided Math Practice Opportunities ·      10.1:  Customary Length (1 day) ·      10.2:  Customary Capacity (1 day) ·      10.3: Weight (1 day) ·      10.4:  Multistep Measurement Problems (1 day) ·      10.5:  Metric Measures (1 day) ·      10.6:  Problem Solving:  Customary and Metric Conversations (day) ·      10.7:  Elapsed Time (1 day) ·      Pretest chapter 11 B:   Refer to GoMath Reteach/Enrich Resource Book; Use fraction number lines and fraction bars to support learners   O:  GoMath Chapter 10   A:   Refer to GoMath Reteach/Enrich Resource Book       Pretest Chapter 11 ·       Rotating Centers: ideas include, but are not limited to, Teacher-Guided, Independent, Hands-On, Team Challenge, Technology (IXL, Prodigy, Freckle), Math Fluency. For more ideas, refer to the list of resources below. ·       Menus: students are given a weekly “menu” of tasks to complete. This is a great way to provide students with choice while holding them accountable to their own progress toward the learning goal. ·       Gallery Walk: students move about the classroom, answering questions posted around the room. A great way to tier tasks and provides students with the freedom to work through problems at their own pace. Allow students to share out what they learned today, either through partner, group, and whole class discussion or written response.   Assess student mastery of the daily learning goal via an exit ticket. Pull small groups to re-teach content the following day.

Resources:

Easy Surf – Converter Applet – http://www.easysurf.cc/cnver13.htm#ctog1

BBC – Animal Weigh In – Game – http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/mathsfile/shockwave/games/animal.html

The Teacher Website – “Gallon Man” Lesson – http://www.theteacherwebsite.com/mrgallonmanproject-tools.pdf

HMH School Publishers – Game – http://www.harcourtschool.com/activity/con_math/g04c24.html

Atlantis Ed. – Teacher Tutorial – http://atlantis.coe.uh.edu/archive/science/science_lessons/scienceles3/metric/metric.html

UEN – “Make It Metric” Lesson – http://www.uen.org/Lessonplan/preview.cgi?LPid=21571

Purple Math – Teacher Tutorial – http://www.purplemath.com/modules/metric.htm

Figure This – Problem Solving with Measurement – http://www.figurethis.org/challenges/c67/challenge.htm

Math Playground – Student Tutorial Video – http://www.mathplayground.com/howto_Metric.html

Week 34, 35 and 36:    GoMath Chapter 11

Topic:                       Geometry and Volume

Domain:                     Measurement & Data and Geometry

Essential Question:        How do unit cubes help you build solid figures and understand the volume of a rectangular prism?

STANDARDS:               MD.C.3; MD.C.3a; MD.C.3b; MD. C.4; MD.C.5A; MD.C.5b; MD.C.5c; G.B.3; G.B.4

 Info for Mini Lessons Math Workshop Closure Guided Math Practice Opportunities ·      11.1:  Polygons (1 day) ·      11.2:  Triangles (1 day) ·      11.3:  Quadrilaterals (1 day) ·      11.4:  Three-Dimensional Figures (1 day) ·      11.5:  Investigate:  Unit Cubes and Solid Figures (1 day) ·      11.6:  Investigate:  Understand Volume (1 day) ·      11.7:  Investigate:  Estimate Volume (1 day) ·      11.8:  Volume of Rectangular Prisms (1 day) ·      11.9:  Algebra:  Apply Volume Formulas (1 day) ·      11.10:  Problem Solving:  Compare Volumes (2 days) ·      11.11:  Find Volume of Composed Figures (2 days) B:   Refer to GoMath Reteach/Enrich Resource Book; Use fraction number lines and fraction bars to support learners   O:  GoMath Chapter 11   A:   Refer to GoMath Reteach/Enrich Resource Book ·       Rotating Centers: ideas include, but are not limited to, Teacher-Guided, Independent, Hands-On, Team Challenge, Technology (IXL, Prodigy, Freckle), Math Fluency. For more ideas, refer to the list of resources below. ·       Menus: students are given a weekly “menu” of tasks to complete. This is a great way to provide students with choice while holding them accountable to their own progress toward the learning goal. ·       Gallery Walk: students move about the classroom, answering questions posted around the room. A great way to tier tasks and provides students with the freedom to work through problems at their own pace. Allow students to share out what they learned today, either through partner, group, and whole class discussion or written response.   Assess student mastery of the daily learning goal via an exit ticket. Pull small groups to re-teach content the following day.

Resources:

IXL – Volume of Figures Made of Unit Cubes – Assessment – http://www.ixl.com/math/grade-5/coordinate-graphs-review-whole-numbers-only

IXL – Volume of Cubes and Rectangular Prisms – Assessment – http://www.ixl.com/math/grade-5/volume

Learn Alberta – Volume – Video Tutorial – http://www.learnalberta.ca/content/me5l/html/Math5.html?launch=true

Scholastic Study Jams – Volume – Student Tutorial – http://studyjams.scholastic.com/studyjams/jams/math/measurement/volume.htm

Illuminations – “Fill ‘er Up” Lesson – http://illuminations.nctm.org/LessonDetail.aspx?id=L831

Illuminations – “Fishing for the Best Prism” Lesson – http://illuminations.nctm.org/LessonDetail.aspx?id=L793

Illuminations – “Popcorn, Anyone?” Lesson – http://illuminations.nctm.org/LessonDetail.aspx?id=L797

LearnAlberta – “Volume and Displacement” Lesson – http://www.learnalberta.ca/content/mesg/html/math6web/index.html?page=lessons&lesson=m6lessonshell15.swf

Three-Dimensional Box – Working with Volume – Applet – http://mste.illinois.edu/users/carvell/3dbox/default.html

MathOpen Reference – Interactive Model – http://www.mathopenref.com/cubevolume.html

IXL – Types of Triangles- Assessment – http://www.ixl.com/math/grade-5/types-of-triangles

IXL – Regular and Irregular Polygons- Assessment – http://www.ixl.com/math/grade-5/regular-and-irregular-polygons

Scholastic Study Jams – Classify Triangles – Student Tutorial – http://studyjams.scholastic.com/studyjams/jams/math/geometry/classify-triangles.htm

Cut the Knot – Triangle Classification – Teacher Tutorial – http://www.cut-the-knot.org/triangle/Triangles.shtml

5 Min Life Videopedia – Classify Triangles Based on Sides and Angles – Video Tutorial – http://www.5min.com/Video/How-to-Classify-TrianglesBased-on-Sides-and-Angles-275614619

Weeks 37, 38, 39 and 40

Review and Assessment

 Using engaging activities, review chapters 1 – 11. Assessment of chapters 1 – 11.

Sample RDW Template

 Steps Work Space R Read the problem carefully. Reread it. D Draw and label. W Write an equation and solve.             Answer the question using complete sentences. ________________________________________________   ________________________________________________   ________________________________________________