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Grade Math

2014 2015

Unit Timeline
Dates:
First part of September
(2 Weeks)

Review Content

Content and Learning Targets


Gainfamiliaritywithfactorsandmultiples.

4.Findallfactorpairsforawholenumberintherange1100.Recognizethatawhole
numberisamultipleofeachofitsfactors.Determinewhetheragivenwholenumberinthe
range1100isamultipleofagivenonedigitnumber.Determinewhetheragivenwhole
numberintherange1100isprimeorcomposite.

LLTs & Mathematical Practices


LLT: Speaking (Collaborative Group Work
during Special Number Project)

Assessments
(Benchmarks &
Major Assignments)

My Special
Number Project

MP7: Look for and make use of structure

Factor Trees, Multiples,


NumberandOperationsFraction(4.NF)
Prime & Composite
Extendunderstandingoffractionequivalenceandordering.
(BRIDGE)
1.Explainwhyafraction
a/
b

isequivalenttoafraction(
n

a
)/(
n

b
)byusingvisualfraction
models,withattentiontohowthenumberandsizeofthepartsdiffereventhoughthetwo

fractionsthemselvesarethesamesize.Usethisprincipletorecognizeandgenerate

equivalentfractions.

Fraction Equivalence
(BRIDGE)

Dates:

MidSept Beg of Oct


(3 weeks)

Multi-Digit
Multiplication/Division

Revised Jan 2015


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2.Comparetwofractionswithdifferentnumeratorsanddifferentdenominators,e.g.,by
creatingcommondenominatorsornumerators,orbycomparingtoabenchmarkfraction
suchas1/2.Recognizethatcomparisonsarevalidonlywhenthetwofractionsrefertothe
samewhole.Recordtheresultsofcomparisonswithsymbols>,=,or<,andjustifythe
conclusions,e.g.,byusingavisualfractionmodel.

NumberandOperationsinBaseTen(5.NBT)
Performoperationswithmultidigitwholenumbers.

5.Fluentlymultiplymultidigitwholenumbersusingthestandardalgorithm.
6.Findwholenumberquotientsofwholenumberswithuptofourdigitdividendsand
twodigitdivisors,usingstrategiesbasedonplacevalue,thepropertiesofoperations,and/or
therelationshipbetweenmultiplicationanddivision.Illustrateandexplainthecalculationby
usingequations,rectangulararrays,and/orareamodels.

MP6: Attend to Precision


MP1: Make sense of problems & persevere
MP4: Model with Mathematics

Summative
Assessment (To be
created)

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Dates:

Mid
October-Thanksgiving
Break
(4 weeks)

Place Value & Decimal


Operations

Dates:

DecemberMid
Jan
(4 weeks)

Volume

Revised Jan 2015


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NumberandOperationsinBaseTen(5.NBT)
Understandtheplacevaluesystem.

LLT: Writing on Place Value Benchmark

BENCHMARKS:

Place Value
Decimal

MP2: Reason abstractly & quantitatively


MP7: Look for and make sense of
structure

1.Recognizethatinamultidigitnumber,adigitinoneplacerepresents10timesasmuch
asitrepresentsintheplacetoitsrightand1/10ofwhatitrepresentsintheplacetoitsleft.
2.Explainpatternsinthenumberofzerosoftheproductwhenmultiplyinganumberby
powersof10,andexplainpatternsintheplacementofthedecimalpointwhenadecimalis
multipliedordividedbyapowerof10.Usewholenumberexponentstodenote
powersof10.
3.Read,write,andcomparedecimalstothousandths.
a.
Readandwritedecimalstothousandthsusingbasetennumerals,numbernames,
andexpandedform,e.g.,347.392=3100+410+71+3(1/10)+9(1/100)+
2(1/1000).
b.
Comparetwodecimalstothousandthsbasedonmeaningsofthedigitsineachplace,
using>,=,and<symbolstorecordtheresultsofcomparisons.
4.Useplacevalueunderstandingtorounddecimalstoanyplace.

Addition/Subtra
ction

Decimal
Multiplication/Di
vision

NumberandOperationsinBaseTen(5.NBT)
Performoperationswithdecimalstohundredths.

7.Add,subtract,multiply,anddividedecimalstohundredths,usingconcretemodelsor
drawingsandstrategiesbasedonplacevalue,propertiesofoperations,and/orthe
relationshipbetweenadditionandsubtractionrelatethestrategytoawrittenmethodand
explainthereasoningused.

MeasurementandData(5.MD)
Geometricmeasurement:understandconceptsofvolumeandrelatevolume
tomultiplicationandtoaddition.

3.Recognizevolumeasanattributeofsolidfiguresandunderstandconceptsofvolume
measurement.
a.
Acubewithsidelength1unit,calledaunitcube,issaidtohaveonecubicunitof
volume,andcanbeusedtomeasurevolume.
b.
Asolidfigurewhichcanbepackedwithoutgapsoroverlapsusing
n
unitcubesissaid
tohaveavolumeof
n
cubicunits.
4.Measurevolumesbycountingunitcubes,usingcubiccm,cubicin,cubicft,and
improvisedunits.
5.Relatevolumetotheoperationsofmultiplicationandadditionandsolverealworldand
mathematicalproblemsinvolvingvolume.
a.
Findthevolumeofarightrectangularprismwithwholenumbersidelengthsby
packingitwithunitcubes,andshowthatthevolumeisthesameaswouldbefoundby
multiplyingtheedgelengths,equivalentlybymultiplyingtheheightbytheareaofthe
base.Representthreefoldwholenumberproductsasvolumes,e.g.,torepresentthe
associativepropertyofmultiplication.

LLT: Listening Notes on different methods


their peers used to find volume (students
explain during debrief after completing
problem based task)

BENCHMARKS:

MP5: Use appropriate tools & strategies


strategically
MP7: Look for and make use of structure

Volume

Concept

Volume
Formula &
Application

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b.
Applytheformulas
V
=
l

h
and
V
=
b

h
forrectangularprismstofindvolumes

ofrightrectangularprismswithwholenumberedgelengthsinthecontextofsolvingreal
worldandmathematicalproblems.
c.
Recognizevolumeasadditive.Findvolumesofsolidfigurescomposedoftwo
nonoverlappingrightrectangularprismsbyaddingthevolumesofthenonoverlapping
parts,applyingthistechniquetosolverealworldproblems.

Dates:

Jan 12 - Jan 23
(2 weeks)

Addition and
Subtraction of
Fractions

Dates:

End of January Mid Feb


(2 weeks)

Classifying 2D Shapes

Dates:

Mid Feb - Mid March


(3 weeks)

Multiplication and
Division of Fractions

Revised Jan 2015


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NumberandOperationsFractions(5.NF)
Useequivalentfractionsasastrategytoaddandsubtractfractions.

1.Addandsubtractfractionswithunlikedenominators(includingmixednumbers)by
replacinggivenfractionswithequivalentfractionsinsuchawayastoproduceanequivalent
sumordifferenceoffractionswithlikedenominators.
Forexample,2/3+5/4=8/12+15/12
=23/12.(In

general,a/b+c/d=(ad+bc)/bd.)
2.Solvewordproblemsinvolvingadditionandsubtractionoffractionsreferringtothesame
whole,includingcasesofunlikedenominators,e.g.,byusingvisualfractionmodelsor
equationstorepresenttheproblem.Usebenchmarkfractionsandnumbersenseoffractions
toestimatementallyandassessthereasonablenessofanswers.
For

example,recognizean
incorrectresult2/5+1/2=3/7,byobservingthat3/7<1/2.

Geometry(5.G)
Classifytwodimensionalfiguresintocategoriesbasedontheirproperties.

3.Understandthatattributesbelongingtoacategoryoftwodimensionalfiguresalsobelong
toallsubcategoriesofthatcategory.
Forexample,allrectangleshavefourrightanglesand
squaresare

rectangles,soallsquareshavefourrightangles.
4.Classifytwodimensionalfiguresinahierarchybasedonproperties.

NumberandOperationsFractions(5.NF)

Applyandextendpreviousunderstandingsofmultiplicationanddivisionto
multiplyanddividefractions.
3.Interpretafractionasdivisionofthenumeratorbythedenominator(
a
/
b
=
a

b
).Solve
wordproblemsinvolvingdivisionofwholenumbersleadingtoanswersintheformof
fractionsormixednumbers,e.g.,byusingvisualfractionmodelsorequationstorepresent
theproblem.
Forexample,interpret3/4astheresultofdividing3by4,noting
that3/4

multipliedby4equals3,andthatwhen3wholesareshared
equallyamong4peopleeach

personhasashareofsize3/4.If9peoplewanttosharea50poundsackofriceequallyby
weight,howmanypoundsofriceshouldeachpersonget?Betweenwhattwowhole
numbersdoesyouranswerlie?
4.Applyandextendpreviousunderstandingsofmultiplicationtomultiplyafractionorwhole
numberbyafraction.
a.
Interprettheproduct(
a
/
b
)
q
as
a
partsofapartitionof
q
into
b
equalparts
equivalently,astheresultofasequenceofoperations
a

b
.
Forexample,usea

BENCHMARKS:

Addition &

LLT: Reading Marking the text in story


problems

Subtraction of
Fractions

MP4: Model with mathematics


MP6: Attend to precision
MP7: Look for and make use of structure

Shapes Venn

LLT: Speaking Shapes Venn Diagram


Presentation

Diagram Project

MP2: Make sense of problems & persevere


MP7: Look for and make use of structure

LLT: Writing on Fraction Multiplication


Concept Benchmark

BENCHMARKS:

Fraction
Multiplication
Concept

MP6: Attend to precision


MP4: Model with mathematics

Multiply

Fractions
Divide Fractions

Trail Mix Project

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visualfractionmodeltoshow(2/3)4=8/3,andcreateastorycontextforthisequation.
Dothesamewith(2/3)(4/5)=8/15.(Ingeneral,(a/b)(c/d)=ac/bd.)
b.
Findtheareaofarectanglewithfractionalsidelengthsbytilingitwithunitsquaresof
theappropriateunitfractionsidelengths,andshowthattheareaisthesameaswould
befoundbymultiplyingthesidelengths.Multiplyfractionalsidelengthstofindareasof
rectangles,andrepresentfractionproductsasrectangularareas.
5.Interpretmultiplicationasscaling(resizing),by:
a.
Comparingthesizeofaproducttothesizeofonefactoronthebasisofthesizeof
theotherfactor,withoutperformingtheindicatedmultiplication.
b.
Explainingwhymultiplyingagivennumberbyafractiongreaterthan1resultsina
productgreaterthanthegivennumber(recognizingmultiplicationbywholenumbers
greaterthan1asafamiliarcase)explainingwhymultiplyingagivennumberbya
fractionlessthan1resultsinaproductsmallerthanthegivennumberandrelatingthe
principleoffractionequivalence
a
/
b
=(
n

a
)/(
n

b
)totheeffectofmultiplying
a
/
b
by1.
6.Solverealworldproblemsinvolvingmultiplicationoffractionsandmixednumbers,e.g.,by
usingvisualfractionmodelsorequationstorepresenttheproblem.
7.Applyandextendpreviousunderstandingsofdivisiontodivideunitfractionsbywhole
numbersandwholenumbersbyunitfractions.
1
a.
Interpretdivisionofaunitfractionbyanonzerowholenumberandcomputesuch
quotients.
Forexample,createastorycontextfor(1/3)4,anduseavisualfraction
modeltoshowthequotient.Usetherelationshipbetweenmultiplicationanddivisionto
explainthat(1/3)4=1/12because(1/12)4=1/3.
b.
Interpretdivisionofawholenumberbyaunitfraction,andcomputesuchquotients.
Forexample,createastorycontextfor

4(1/5),anduseavisualfractionmodeltoshow
thequotient.Use

therelationshipbetweenmultiplicationanddivisiontoexplainthat
4

(1/5)=20because20(1/5)=4.
c.
Solverealworldproblemsinvolvingdivisionofunitfractionsbynonzerowhole
numbersanddivisionofwholenumbersbyunitfractions,e.g.,byusingvisualfraction
modelsandequationstorepresenttheproblem.
Forexample,howmuchchocolatewill
each

persongetif3peopleshare1/2lbofchocolateequally?Howmany
1/3cup

servingsarein2cupsofraisins?

Dates:

Mid March - Beg April


(3 weeks)

Graphing: Line Plots


and the Coordinate
Plane

Revised Jan 2015


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MeasurementandData(5.MD)
Representandinterpretdata.

2.Makealineplottodisplayadatasetofmeasurementsinfractionsofaunit(1/2,1/4,1/8).
Useoperationsonfractionsforthisgradetosolveproblemsinvolvinginformationpresented
inlineplots.
Forexample,

givendifferentmeasurementsofliquidinidenticalbeakers,find
the

amountofliquideachbeakerwouldcontainifthetotalamountinallthe
beakerswere

redistributedequally.

Geometry(5.G)
Graphpointsonthecoordinateplanetosolverealworldandmathematical
problems.

1.Useapairofperpendicularnumberlines,calledaxes,todefineacoordinatesystem,with
theintersectionofthelines(theorigin)arrangedtocoincidewiththe0oneachlineanda
givenpointintheplanelocatedbyusinganorderedpairofnumbers,calleditscoordinates.
Understandthatthefirstnumberindicateshowfartotravelfromtheorigininthedirectionof

MP 8: Look for and express regularity in repeated


reasoning

Summative
Assessment - to be
created

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oneaxis,andthesecondnumberindicateshowfartotravelinthedirectionofthesecond
axis,withtheconventionthatthenamesofthetwoaxesandthe
coordinatescorrespond(e.g.,
x
axisand
x
coordinate,
y
axisand
y
coordinate).
2.Representrealworldandmathematicalproblemsbygraphingpointsinthefirstquadrant
ofthecoordinateplane,andinterpretcoordinatevaluesofpointsinthecontextofthe
situation.

Dates:

Mid April - Mid May


(4 weeks)

Patterns and Algebra

Dates:

Last 2 weeks of May


(2 weeks)

Unit Conversions

Revised Jan 2015


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OperationsandAlgebraicThinking(5.OA)
Writeandinterpretnumericalexpressions.

1.Useparentheses,brackets,orbracesinnumericalexpressions,andevaluateexpressions
withthesesymbols.
2.Writesimpleexpressionsthatrecordcalculationswithnumbers,andinterpretnumerical
expressionswithoutevaluatingthem.
Forexample,
expressthecalculationadd8and7,

thenmultiplyby2as2(8+7).

Recognizethat3(18932+921)isthreetimesaslarge
as18932+921,

withouthavingtocalculatetheindicatedsumorproduct.

LLT: Writing Evidence from Benchmark

MP: Construct viable arguments and critique


the reasoning of others.

BENCHMARKS

Benchmark
Assessment on
Patterns &
Relationships

Analyzepatternsandrelationships.

3.Generatetwonumericalpatternsusingtwogivenrules.Identifyapparentrelationships
betweencorrespondingterms.Formorderedpairsconsistingofcorrespondingtermsfrom
thetwopatterns,andgraphtheorderedpairsonacoordinateplane.
Forexample,giventhe
ruleAdd3andthestartingnumber0,andgiventheruleAdd6andthestartingnumber0,
generatetermsintheresultingsequences,andobserve
thatthetermsinonesequencearetwicethecorrespondingtermsintheothersequence.
Explaininformallywhythisisso.

MeasurementandData(5.MD)
Convertlikemeasurementunitswithinagivenmeasurementsystem.

1.Convertamongdifferentsizedstandardmeasurementunitswithinagivenmeasurement
system(e.g.,convert5cmto0.05m),andusetheseconversionsinsolvingmultistep,real
worldproblems.

MP1: Make sense of problems and persevere

Summative
Assessment to
be created , see
task from PARCC