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4th Grade Mathematics, 2011-2012 August Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 1 2 3 4 5 8 9 10 11 12 15 16 17 18 19 In-Service Day In-Service Day In-Service Day First Day of School PASS 2.1a.i: Apply the concept of place value through 6 digits (e.g., write numbers Procedures in expanded form). Thousands Lesson 1.1 pp. 4-7 CG: 31, 8, 24 PASS (5th) 2.1a: Apply the concept of place value of whole numbers through hundred millions (9 digits) and model, read, and write decimal numbers through the thousandths. Millions Lesson 1.2 pp. 8-9 1 day 22 23 24 25 26 PASS 2.1b.i: Compare and order whole PASS 2.1a.i: Apply the concept of place PASS 2.1a.ii: Model, read, write and PASS 4.3: Money: Determine the correct PASS 5.1b: Collect, organize and record numbers and decimals to the hundredths value through 6 digits (e.g., write numbers rename decimal numbers to the amount of change when a purchase is data in tables and graphs (e.g., line graphs place (e.g., pictures of shaded regions of in expanded form). hundredths (e.g., money, numerals to made with a twenty dollar bill. (plots), bar graphs, pictographs). two-dimensional figures, use >, <, = Rounding Whole Numbers words). Counting Money & Problem Solving: symbols). Lesson 1.4 pp. 14-15 Using Money to Making Change Make an Organized List Comparing & Ordering Whole #’s CG: 8,24,26 AIMS: ORU, FFF Understand Decimals Lesson 1.6 pp. 18-19 Lesson 1.7 pp. 20-21 Lesson 1.3 pp. 10-13 1 day Lesson 1.5 pp. 16-17 CG: 15 AIMS: WS, TT CG: 2, 17, 19, 52 Topic 1 Test CG: 8, 24 1 day CG: 15 1 day AIMS:WS, TT 1 day 1 day 29 30 31 PASS (3rd) 2.2a: Estimate and find the sum PASS 1.2: Find variables in simple PASS (3rd) 2.2a: Estimate and find the sum or difference (with and without arithmetic problems by solving open or difference (with and without regrouping) of 3- and 4-digit numbers sentences (equations) and other problems regrouping) of 3- and 4-digit numbers using a variety of strategies to solve involving addition, subtraction, using a variety of strategies to solve application problems. multiplication, and division with whole application problems. Using Mental Math numbers. Adding Whole Numbers to Add and Subtract Problem Solving: Missing or Extra Information Lesson 2.4 pp. 36-39 Lesson 2.1 pp. 28-31 CG: 9, 28, 33 Lesson 2.3 pp. 34-35 CG: 8, 24 Subtracting Whole Numbers Estimating Sums & Differences 1 day Lesson 2.5 pp. 40-41 of Whole Numbers CG: 9, 28, 33 Lesson 2.2 pp. 32-33 1 day CG: 9, 28, 33 1 day CG = Curriculum Guide ACC = A Close Call FFF = Fuel Filling Figures PP = Pumpkin Patches SMR = Skip to My Rule AMA = Amazing Multiplication Arrays HG = Hands on the Giant ORU = Olympic Round Up TT = Tub Temps BBM = Boxing Bags & Matches WS = What’s the Scoop 4th Grade Mathematics, 2011-2012 September Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 1 2 PASS (3rd) 2.2a: Estimate and find the sum PASS 1.2: Find variables in simple arithmetic or difference (with and without problems by solving open sentences (equations) and other problems involving addition, subtraction, regrouping) of 3- and 4-digit numbers multiplication, and division with whole numbers. using a variety of strategies to solve Problem Solving: application problems. Draw a Picture & Write an Equation Subtracting Across Zeros Lesson 2.7 pp. 44-47 CG: 5, 6, 7, 29, 30 1 day Lesson 2.6 pp. 42-43 CG: 9, 28, 33 1 day Review & Test Topic 2 5 6 7 8 9 Labor Day In-Service Day PASS 1.2: Find variables in simple arithmetic PASS (5th) 2.1a: Recognize and apply the PASS (3rd) 1.3: Recognize and apply the problems by solving open sentences (equations) and commutative, associative, and distributive commutative and identity properties of other problems involving addition, subtraction, properties to solve problems multiplication using models and multiplication, and division with whole numbers Meanings of Multiplication (e.g., 3 x (2 + 4) = (3 x 2) + (3 x 4). manipulative to develop computational Lesson 3.1 pp. 54-57 6, 7, and 8 as Factors skills (e.g., 3 · 5 = 5 · 3, 7 · 1 = 7). PASS 1.1: Discover, describe, extend, and create a Lesson 3.5 pp. 64-65 Multiplication Properties wide variety of patterns using tables, graphs, rules, Lesson 3.3 pp. 60-61 10, 11, and 12 as Factors and verbal models. Lesson 3.6 pp. 66-67 Envision Supplemental Lesson Lesson 3.2 Patterns for Facts pp. 58-59 CG: 32 AIMS: AMA, SMR Connections 2: PASS (3rd) 1.3: Recognize and apply the commutative and identity properties of multiplication using 1 day Associative Property of Multiplication models and manipulative to develop computational 1 day skills (e.g., 3 · 5 = 5 · 3, 7 · 1 = 7). 3 and 4 as Factors Lesson 3.4 1 day pp. 62-63 12 13 14 15 16 PASS 1.2: Find variables in simple arithmetic PASS 2.2b.iii: Find the quotient (with and without PASS 2.2bi: Demonstrate fluency (memorize and PASS 1.2: Find variables in simple arithmetic Review & Test remainders) with 1-digit divisors and a 2- or 3-digit problems by solving open sentences (equations) apply) with basic division facts up to 144 ÷ 12 and problems by solving open sentences (equations) and other problems involving addition, Topic 3 dividend to solve application problems. the associated multiplication facts and other problems involving addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division with Lesson 4.1 Meanings of Division pp. 76-79 (e.g., 144 ÷ 12 = 12 and 12 x 12 = 144). subtraction, multiplication, and division with whole numbers. PASS 2.2bi: Demonstrate fluency (memorize and Lesson 4.3 Special Quotients pp. 82-83 whole numbers. Problem Solving: apply) with basic division facts up to 144 ÷ 12 and CG: 45 Problem Solving: Draw a Picture & Write an Equation the associated multiplication facts Using Multiplication Facts to Find Division Facts Draw a Picture & Write an Equation Lesson 3.7 pp. 68-69 (e.g., 144 ÷ 12 = 12 and 12 x 12 = 144). Relating Multiplication & Division Lesson 4.4 pp. 84-85 Lesson 4.5 pp. 86-89 CG: 34, 43 1 day CG: 45 1 day AIMS: ORU, FFF 1 day Lesson 4.2 1 day pp. 80-81 19 20 21 22 23 Review & Test PASS 2.2a: Estimate and find the product of up to PASS 2.2a: Estimate and find the product of up to PASS 2.2a: Estimate and find the product of up to PASS 2.2a: Estimate and find the product of up to three-digit by three-digit using a variety of strategies three-digit by three-digit using a variety of strategies three-digit by three-digit using a variety of strategies three-digit by three-digit using a variety of strategies Topic 4 to solve application problems. to solve application problems. to solve application problems. to solve application problems. Multiplying by Multiples of 10 & 100 Using Rounding to Estimate Using Expanded Algorithm Multiply 2-Digit by 1-Digit #’s Lesson 5.1 pp. 96-97 Lesson 5.3 pp. 100-101 Lesson 5.5 pp. 106-109 Lesson 5.6 pp. 110-113 CG: 51, 59 1 day CG: 8, 24, 26, 57 1 day AIMS: ORU, FFF CG: 23 1 day CG: 23 2 days 26 27 28 29 30 PASS 2.2a: Estimate and find the product PASS (6th) 1.3: Use substitution to simplify and PASS 1.1: Discover, describe, extend, and create a PASS 1.2: Find variables in simple arithmetic Review & Test evaluate algebraic expressions (e.g., if x = 5 evaluate wide variety of patterns using tables, graphs, rules, of up to three-digit by three-digit using a problems by solving open sentences (equations) variety of strategies to solve application and other problems involving addition, Topic 5 3 - 5x). Variables & Expressions and verbal models. Lesson 6.1 pp. 128-129 Multiplication & Division Expressions problems. subtraction, multiplication, and division with Lesson 6.3 pp. 132-133 whole numbers PASS 1.1: Discover, describe, extend, and create a Multiply 3-Digit by 1-Digit #’s wide variety of patterns using tables, graphs, rules, PASS 1.2: Find variables in simple arithmetic Problem Solving: Reasonableness Lesson 5.7 pp. 114-115 Lesson 5.4 pp. 102-105 and verbal models (e.g., determine the rule from a problems by solving open sentences (equations) and CG: 27, 51, 59 2 days table or “function machine”, extend visual and other problems involving addition, subtraction, Draw a Picture & Write an Equation number patterns). multiplication, and division with whole numbers. Lesson 5.8 1 day pp. 116-119 Addition & Subtraction Expressions Problem Solving: Use Objects & Reasoning Lesson 6.2 1 day pp. 130-131 Lesson 6.4 1 day pp. 134-135 ACC = A Close Call FFF = Fuel Filling Figures PP = Pumpkin Patches SMR = Skip to My Rule CG = Curriculum Guide AMA = Amazing Multiplication Arrays HG = Hands on the Giant ORU = Olympic Round Up TT = Tub Temps BBM = Boxing Bags & Matches WS = What’s the Scoop 4th Grade Mathematics, 2011-2012 October Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 3 4 5 6 7 PASS 2.2a: Estimate and find the product of up PASS 2.2a: Estimate and find the product of up PASS 2.2a: Estimate and find the product of up PASS 2.2a: Estimate and find the product of up PASS 2.2a: continued to three-digit by three-digit using a variety of to three-digit by three-digit using a variety of to three-digit by three-digit using a variety of to three-digit by three-digit using a variety of Multiply 2-Digit by 2-Digit #’s strategies to solve application problems. strategies to solve application problems. strategies to solve application problems. strategies to solve application problems. Lesson 7.5 pp. 152-153 Using Mental Math to Multiply 2-Digit #’s Multiply 2-Digit #’s by Multiples of Ten Arrays & an Expanded Algorithm Multiply 2-Digit by 2-Digit #’s Day 2 Lesson 7.1 pp. 142-143 Lesson 7.4 pp. 150-151 Lesson 7.3 pp. 146-149 Lesson 7.5 pp. 152-153 Estimating Products 1 day 1 day 2 days Lesson 7.2 1 day pp. 144-145 10 11 12 13 14 PASS 2.2a: Estimate and find the product of up PASS 2.2a: continued Review or PASS 1.2: Find variables in simple arithmetic Review & Test to three-digit by three-digit using a variety of envision Supplemental Lesson: problems by solving open sentences (equations) strategies to solve application problems. Connections 5: Curriculum Adjustment and other problems involving addition, Topic 7 EnVision Supplemental Lesson subtraction, multiplication, and division with Multiplying 3-Digit by 3-Digit Numbers whole numbers Connections 5: Day 2 Multiplying 3-Digit by 3-Digit Numbers Problem Solving: Two-Question Problems 2 days Lesson 7.7 pp. 156-157 1 day 17 18 19 20 21 End of 1st Quarter Review or Parent/Teacher Conference Curriculum Adjustment 9-Weeks/Quarterly Test Fall Break 24 25 26 27 28 PASS 1.1: Discover, describe, extend, and PASS 2.2b.iii: Find the quotient (with and PASS 2.2b.iii: Find the quotient (with and PASS 2.2b.iii: continued PASS 2.2b.iii: Find the quotient (with and create a wide variety of patterns using tables, without remainders) with 1-digit divisors without remainders) with 1-digit divisors Dividing 2-Digit by 1-Digit #’s without remainders) with 1-digit divisors graphs, rules, and verbal models (e.g., determine and a 2- or 3-digit dividend to solve and a 2- or 3-digit dividend to solve Lesson 8.5 pp. 174-177 and a 2- or 3-digit dividend to solve the rule from a table or “function machine”, application problems. application problems. application problems. extend visual and number patterns). CG: 46 Dividing with Remainders Dividing 2-Digit by 1-Digit #’s Day 2 Deciding Where to Start Dividing Using Mental Math to Divide Lesson 8.3 pp. 168-169 Lesson 8.5 pp. 174-177 Lesson 8.7 pp. 180-181 Lesson 8.1 pp. 164-165 CG 46 CG: 46 CG: 5, 6, 7, 21, 29, 30, 34, 43 PASS 2.2b.ii: Estimate the quotient with 1- and 2 days AIMS: ORU, FFF, WS, TT 2-digit divisors and a 2- or 3-digit dividend to Connecting Models & Symbols Lesson 8.4 pp. 170-173 1 day solve application problems. Estimating Quotients 1 day Lesson 8.2 pp. 166-167 CG: 47 1 day AIMS: BBM 31 PASS 2.2b.iii: Find the quotient (with and without remainders) with 1-digit divisors and a 2- or 3-digit dividend to solve application problems. Dividing 3-Digit by 1-Digit #’s Lesson 8.6 pp. 178-179 CG: 26, 46 AIMS: BBM, WS, TT 2 days CG = Curriculum Guide ACC = A Close Call FFF = Fuel Filling Figures PP = Pumpkin Patches SMR = Skip to My Rule AMA = Amazing Multiplication Arrays HG = Hands on the Giant ORU = Olympic Round Up TT = Tub Temps BBM = Boxing Bags & Matches WS = What’s the Scoop 4th Grade Mathematics, 2011-2012 November Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 1 2 3 4 PASS 2.2b.iii: continued PASS 2.2b.i: Demonstrate fluency (memorize PASS 1.2: Find variables in simple arithmetic problems by solving open sentences (equations) and other Review & Test Dividing 3-Digit by 1-Digit #’s and apply) with basic division facts up to 144 ÷ 12 and the associated multiplication facts (e.g., problems involving addition, subtraction, Topic 8 Lesson 8.6 pp. 178-179 multiplication, and division with whole numbers. CG: 26, 46 AIMS: BBM, WS, TT 144 ÷ 12 = 12 and 12 x 12 = 144). Problem Solving: Multiple-Step Problems Day 2 Factors Lesson 8.10 pp. 186-187 Lesson 8.8 pp. 182-183 PASS 2.2b.ii: Estimate the quotient with 1- and 2-digit 1 day divisors and a 2- or 3-digit dividend to solve application problems. EnVision Supplemental Lesson Connections 6: Estimating Quotients with 2-Digit Divisors 1 day 7 8 9 10 11 PASS 3.1: Identify, draw, and construct models PASS 3.2: Identify and compare angles equal to, less PASS 3.3: Identify, draw, and construct models PASS 3.3: Identify, draw, and construct of intersecting, parallel, and perpendicular lines. than, or greater than 90 degrees (e.g., use right angles of regular and irregular polygons including Review or models of regular and irregular polygons Point, Lines, and Planes to determine the approximate size of other angles). triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons, including triangles, quadrilaterals, Line Segments, Rays, & Angles Curriculum Adjustment Lesson 9.1 pp. 196-197 Lesson 9.2 pp. 198-199 heptagons, and octagons to solve problems. pentagons, hexagons, heptagons, and CG: 41 th Polygons Envision Supplemental Lesson PASS (5 ) 4.1a: Compare, estimate, and determine the octagons to solve problems. measurement of angles. Lesson 9.4 pp. 202-203 Triangles Connections 7: Measuring Angles CG: 36 Constructing Models of lines Lesson 9.3 pp. 200-201 Lesson 9.5 pp. 204-205 with Paper Folding Envision Supplemental Lesson CG: 40 CG: 36 1 day Connections 9: Regular & Irregular Polygons Envision Supplemental Lesson 1 day 1 day Connections 8: Comparing Angles 1 day 14 15 16 17 18 PASS 3.3: Identify, draw, and construct models PASS (5th) 2.1d: Identify and apply factors, PASS (pre 6th) 1.1: Generalize & extend PASS 3.3: Identify, draw, and construct models Review & Test multiples, prime, and composite numbers in a of regular and irregular polygons including of regular and irregular polygons including patterns & functions using tables, graphs, & triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons, triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons, Topic 9 variety of problem-solving situations (e.g., build number properties. heptagons, and octagons to solve problems. heptagons, and octagons to solve problems. rectangular arrays for numbers 1-100 and classify Divisibility Rules Quadrilaterals Problem Solving: as prime or composite, use common factors to add fractions). Prime & Composite Numbers Supplemental Materials Needed Lesson 9.6 pp. 206-207 Make & Test Generalizations 1 day Lesson 8.9 1 day pp. 184-185 CG: 36 1 day Lesson 9.7 1 day pp. 208-209 21 22 23 24 25 PASS 2.2b.iii: Find the quotient (with and without PASS 2.1b.iii: Compare, add, or subtract remainders) with 1-digit divisors and a 2- or 3-digit fractional parts (fractions with like denominators dividend to solve application problems. and decimals) using physical or pictorial models. Regions & Sets Lesson 10.1 Fractions & Division pp. 216-219 (e.g., egg cartons, fraction strips, circles, and squares. Estimating Fractional Amounts Thanksgiving Lesson 10.2 pp. 220-221 Lesson 10.3 pp. 222-223 CG: 42 1 day CG: 1 1 day 28 29 30 PASS (3rd) 2.1b.ii: Create and compare physical Equivalent Fractions PASS (3rd) 2.1b.ii: Create and compare physical and pictorial models of equivalent and Lesson 10.4 pp. 224-227 and pictorial models of equivalent and nonequivalent fractions including halves, thirds, Day 2 nonequivalent fractions including halves, thirds, fourths, eighths, tenths, twelfths, and common fourths, eighths, tenths, twelfths, and common percents (25%, 50%, 75%, 100%) (e.g., fraction percents (25%, 50%, 75%, 100%) (e.g., fraction circles, pictures, egg cartons, fraction strips, circles, pictures, egg cartons, fraction strips, number lines). number lines). Equivalent Fractions Fractions in Simplest Form Lesson 10.4 pp. 224-227 Lesson 10.5 pp. 228-229 CG: 42 2 days CG: 42 3 days CG = Curriculum Guide ACC = A Close Call FFF = Fuel Filling Figures PP = Pumpkin Patches SMR = Skip to My Rule AMA = Amazing Multiplication Arrays HG = Hands on the Giant ORU = Olympic Round Up TT = Tub Temps BBM = Boxing Bags & Matches WS = What’s the Scoop 4th Grade Mathematics, 2011-2012 December Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 1 2 PASS (3rd) 2.1b.ii: Create and compare PASS (3rd) 2.1b.ii: continued physical and pictorial models of equivalent Fractions in Simplest Form and nonequivalent fractions including halves, Lesson 10.5 pp. 228-229 thirds, fourths, eighths, tenths, twelfths, and Day 3 common percents (25%, 50%, 75%, 100%) (e.g., fraction circles, pictures, egg cartons, fraction strips, number lines). Fractions in Simplest Form Lesson 10.5 pp. 228-229 Day 2 5 6 7 8 9 PASS 2.1b.iii: Compare, add, or subtract PASS 2.1b.iii: continued PASS 2.1b.iii: Compare, add, or subtract PASS 2.1b.iii: continued PASS 2.1b.iii: Compare, add, or subtract fractional parts (fractions with like Improper Fractions & Mixed Numbers fractional parts (fractions with like Comparing Fractions fractional parts (fractions with like denominators and decimals) using physical Lesson 10.6 pp. 230-233 denominators and decimals) using physical Lesson 10.7 pp. 234-235 denominators and decimals) using physical or pictorial models. (e.g., egg cartons, Day 2 or pictorial models. (e.g., egg cartons, Day 2 or pictorial models. (e.g., egg cartons, fraction strips, circles, and squares.) fraction strips, circles, and squares. fraction strips, circles, and squares. Improper Fractions & Mixed Numbers Comparing Fractions Ordering Fractions Lesson 10.6 pp. 230-233 Lesson 10.7 pp. 234-235 Lesson 10.8 pp. 236-237 CG: 42 2 days CG: 42 2 days CG: 42 2 days 12 13 14 15 16 PASS 2.1b.iii: continued PASS 2.1b.iii: Compare, add, or subtract Review & Test PASS 2.1b.iii: Compare, add, or subtract Ordering Fractions fractional parts (fractions with like fractional parts (fractions with like Review or Lesson 10.8 pp. 236-237 denominators and decimals) using physical Topic 10 denominators and decimals) using physical Day 2 or pictorial models. (e.g., egg cartons, or pictorial models. (e.g., egg cartons, Curriculum Adjustment fraction strips, circles, and squares. fraction strips, circles, and squares. Problem Solving: Writing to Explain Adding & Subtracting Fractions Lesson 10.9 pp. 238-241 with Like Denominators 1 day Lesson 11.1 pp. 250-253 CG: 42 1 day 19 20 21 22 23 End of 1st Semester Review or Review or Curriculum Adjustment Curriculum Adjustment Quarterly/Semester Test Winter Break 26 27 28 29 30 Winter Break, Dec. 22 - Jan. 2 CG = Curriculum Guide ACC = A Close Call FFF = Fuel Filling Figures PP = Pumpkin Patches SMR = Skip to My Rule AMA = Amazing Multiplication Arrays HG = Hands on the Giant ORU = Olympic Round Up TT = Tub Temps BBM = Boxing Bags & Matches WS = What’s the Scoop 4th Grade Mathematics, 2011-2012 January Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 2 3 4 5 6 PASS 2.1a.ii: Model, read, write and PASS 2.1b.i: Compare and order whole PASS (5th) 2.1b: Represent with models the rename decimal numbers to the numbers and decimals to the hundredths connection between fractions and decimals, hundredths (e.g., money, numerals to place (e.g., pictures of shaded regions of compare and order fractions and decimals, and be able to convert from one representation to the words). two-dimensional figures, use >, <, = Winter Break Record Day Decimal Place Value symbols). other to solve problems. (e.g., use 10x10 grids, base 10 blocks). Lesson 12.1 pp. 268-269 Comparing & Ordering Decimals Fractions and Decimals CG: 44 Lesson 12.2 pp. 270-273 Lesson 12.3 pp. 274-275 1 day 1 day CG: 42 1 day 9 10 11 12 13 PASS 2.1b.ii: Use 0, 1/2, and 1 or 0, 0.5, PASS 2.1b.ii: Use 0, 1/2, and 1 or 0, 0.5, Review & Test PASS 2.1a.ii: Model, read, write and rename PASS 2.1b.iii: Compare, add, or subtract and 1 as benchmarks and place additional and 1 as benchmarks and place additional decimal numbers to the hundredths (e.g., money, fractional parts (fractions with like fractions, decimals, and percents on a fractions, decimals, and percents on a Topic 12 numerals to words). denominators and decimals) using physical number line (e.g., 1/3, 3/4, 0.7, 0.4, 62%, number line (e.g., 1/3, 3/4, 0.7, 0.4, 62%, Rounding Decimals or pictorial models. (e.g., egg cartons, Lesson 13.1 pp. 290-293 12%). 12%). fraction strips, circles, and squares. PASS 2.1b.iii: Compare, add, or subtract Fractions & Decimals (& Percents) on the Mixed #’s & Decimals (& Percents) on the Modeling Addition & Subtraction fractional parts (fractions with like denominators Number Line Number Line and decimals) using physical or pictorial models. of Decimals Lesson 12.4 pp. 276-279 Lesson 12.5 pp. 280-281 (e.g., egg cartons, fraction strips, circles, and Lesson 13.3 pp. 296-299 1 day CG: 42 squares. Adding & Subtracting Decimals 1 day Estimating Sums & Differences of Decimals Lesson 13.4 pp. 300-303 Lesson 13.2 pp. 294-295 CG: 42 1 day 1 day 16 17 18 19 20 PASS 4.1d: Develop and use the concept of PASS 4.1c: Select appropriate customary and PASS 4.1c: Select appropriate customary and Review or area of different shapes using grids to metric units of measure and measurement metric units of measure and measurement solve problems. instruments to solve application problems instruments to solve application problems Curriculum Adjustment involving length, weight, mass, area, and involving length, weight, mass, area, and MLK Jr Day Understanding Area volume. volume. Lesson 14.1 pp. 316-317 Area of Squares & Rectangles Area of Irregular Shapes CG: 25, 35 AIMS: HG, ACC Lesson 14.2 pp. 318-319 Lesson 14.3 pp. 320-323 1 day 1 day CG: 25, 35 1 day AIMS: HG, ACC 23 24 25 26 27 PASS 4.1c: Select appropriate customary and PASS 4.1a: Estimate the measures of a PASS 4.1c: Select appropriate customary and PASS 4.1b: Establish benchmarks for metric PASS 4.1c: Select appropriate customary and metric units of measure and measurement variety of objects using customary units. metric units of measure and measurement units and estimate the measures of a variety of metric units of measure and measurement instruments to solve application problems Customary Units of Capacity instruments to solve application problems objects (e.g., mass: the mass of a raisin is about 1 instruments to solve application problems involving length, weight, mass, area, and Lesson 16.2 pp. 366-367 involving length, weight, mass, area, and gram, length: the width of a finger is about 1 involving length, weight, mass, area, and volume. volume. centimeter). volume. CG: 20 AIMS: PP, ACC, HG Using Customary Units of Length Units of Weight Using Metric Units of Length Metric Units of Capacity 1 day Lesson 16.1 pp. 364-365 Lesson 16.3 pp. 368-369 Lesson 16.5 pp. 374-375 Lesson 16.6 pp. 376-377 CG: 16, 20, 48 1 day AIMS: PP, ACC, HG CG: 16, 20, 48 1 day CG: 20 1 day CG: 16, 20, 48 1 day AIMS: PP, ACC 30 31 PASS 4.1c: Select appropriate customary and PASS 2.1b.i: Compare and order whole metric units of measure and measurement numbers and decimals to the hundredths place instruments to solve application problems (e.g., pictures of shaded regions of two- involving length, weight, mass, area, and dimensional figures, use >, <, = symbols). volume. Units of Mass Units of Time Lesson 16.7 pp. 378-379 Lesson 16.9 pp. 384-385 EnVision Supplemental Lesson CG: 11 1 day AIMS: WS, TT Connections 10: Measuring Tools CG: 20 1 day AIMS: PP, ACC, HG ACC = A Close Call FFF = Fuel Filling Figures PP = Pumpkin Patches SMR = Skip to My Rule CG = Curriculum Guide AMA = Amazing Multiplication Arrays HG = Hands on the Giant ORU = Olympic Round Up TT = Tub Temps BBM = Boxing Bags & Matches WS = What’s the Scoop 4th Grade Mathematics, 2011-2012 February Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 1 2 3 Review or PASS 4.2a: Solve elapsed time problems. PASS 4.2a: continued Elapsed Time Elapsed Time Curriculum Adjustment Lesson 16.10 pp. 386-389 Lesson 16.10 pp. 386-389 CG: 11 CG: 11 2 days Day 2 6 7 8 9 10 PASS 4.2b: Read thermometers using Review & Test Curriculum Adjustment PASS 5.1b: Collect, organize and record PASS 5.1a: Read and interpret data displays different intervals (intervals of 1, 2, or 5) data in tables and graphs (e.g., line graphs such as tallies, tables, charts, and graphs and and solve for temperature change. Topic 16 (plots), bar graphs, pictographs). use the observations to pose and answer Temperature Data from Surveys questions (e.g., choose a table in social studies Lesson 16.11 pp. 390-391 Lesson 17.1 pp. 402-403 of population data and write problems). CG: 16, 20, 48 1 day Interpreting Graphs EnVision Supplemental Lesson Lesson 17.2 pp. 404-405 Connections 11: Reading Thermometers CG: 2, 17, 19, 52 1 day 1 day 13 14 15 16 17 PASS 5.1b: Collect, organize and record PASS 5.1a: Read and interpret data displays PASS 5.3: Central Tendency: Determine the PASS 5.1b: Collect, organize and record data in tables and graphs (e.g., line graphs such as tallies, tables, charts, and graphs and median (middle), and the mode (most often) data in tables and graphs (e.g., line graphs (plots), bar graphs, pictographs). use the observations to pose and answer of a set of data. (plots), bar graphs, pictographs). Line Plots questions (e.g., choose a table in social studies Median, Mode, & Range Stem-and-Leaf Plots Lesson 17.3 pp. 406-407 of population data and write problems). Lesson 17.7 pp. 414-415 Lesson 17.8 pp. 416-417 Zone Day CG: 2, 3, 17, 19, 52 Line Graphs 1 day 1 day Lesson 17.5 pp. 410-411 1 day CG: 2, 3, 17, 19, 52 1 day 20 21 22 23 24 PASS 5.1a: Read and interpret data displays Review or Review & Test PASS 1.2: Find variables in simple arithmetic such as tallies, tables, charts, and graphs problems by solving open sentences and use the observations to pose and Curriculum Adjustment Topic 17 (equations) and other problems involving answer questions (e.g., choose a table in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and Snow Day social studies of population data and write division with whole numbers. problems). Solving Addition & Subtraction Equations Reading Circle Graphs Lesson 18.2 1 day pp. 434-435 Lesson 17.9 pp. 418-419 CG: 2, 17, 19, 52 1 day 27 28 29 PASS 1.2: Find variables in simple arithmetic PASS 3.4: Describe the effects on two- PASS 3.4: continued problems by solving open sentences dimensional objects when they slide (translate), Translations (equations) and other problems involving flip (reflect), and turn (rotate) (e.g., tessellations). Lesson 19.1 pp. 448-449 addition, subtraction, multiplication, and Translations Reflections division with whole numbers. Lesson 19.1 pp. 448-449 Lesson 19.2 pp. 450-451 Reflections Rotations Solving Multiplication & Division Equations Lesson 19.2 pp. 450-451 Lesson 19.3 pp. 452-453 Lesson 18.3 1 day pp. 436-437 Rotations Lesson 19.3 pp. 452-453 CG: 39, 49 Day 2 CG: 39, 49 2 days CG = Curriculum Guide ACC = A Close Call FFF = Fuel Filling Figures PP = Pumpkin Patches SMR = Skip to My Rule AMA = Amazing Multiplication Arrays HG = Hands on the Giant ORU = Olympic Round Up TT = Tub Temps BBM = Boxing Bags & Matches WS = What’s the Scoop 4th Grade Mathematics, 2011-2012 March Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 1 2 PASS 3.4: Describe the effects on two- PASS 3.2: Identify and compare dimensional objects when they slide (translate), flip (reflect), and turn (rotate) (e.g., angles equal to, less than, or greater tessellations). than 90 degrees (e.g., use right angles Congruent Figures to determine the approximate size of Lesson 19.4 pp. 454-455 other angles). rd PASS (3 ) 3.1: Identify and compare attributes Rotational Symmetry of 2- and 3- dimensional shapes and develop vocabulary to describe the attributes (e.g., count Lesson 19.6 pp. 458-459 the edges and faces of a cube; the radius is half 1 day of a circle, lines of symmetry). Line Symmetry Lesson 19.5 pp. 456-457 1 day 5 6 7 8 9 Review or Review & Test PASS 5.1b: Collect, organize and PASS 5.2: Probability: Predict the PASS 5.2: continued Curriculum Adjustment Topic 19 record data in tables and graphs (e.g., probability of outcomes of simple Writing Probability as a Fraction line graphs (plots), bar graphs, experiments using words such as Lesson 20.3 pp. 472-475 pictographs). certain, equally likely, impossible CG: 55 Finding Combinations (e.g., coins, number cubes, spinners). Day 2 Lesson 20.1 pp. 468-469 Writing Probability as a Fraction 1 day Lesson 20.3 pp. 472-475 CG: 55 2 days 12 13 14 15 16 PASS 5.1b: Collect, organize and Review or Review or End of 3rd Quarter Parent/Teacher Conference record data in tables and graphs (e.g., Curriculum Adjustment Curriculum Adjustment line graphs (plots), bar graphs, 9-Weeks/Quarterly Test pictographs). Problem Solving: Use Reasoning Lesson 20.4 pp. 476-477 1 day 19 20 21 22 23 Spring Break 26 27 28 29 30 CRT CRT CRT CRT CRT Review/Practice Review/Practice Review/Practice Review/Practice Review/Practice CG = Curriculum Guide ACC = A Close Call FFF = Fuel Filling Figures PP = Pumpkin Patches SMR = Skip to My Rule AMA = Amazing Multiplication Arrays HG = Hands on the Giant ORU = Olympic Round Up TT = Tub Temps BBM = Boxing Bags & Matches WS = What’s the Scoop 4th Grade Mathematics, 2011-2012 April Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 2 3 4 5 6 CRT CRT CRT CRT CRT Review/Practice Review/Practice Review/Practice Review/Practice Review/Practice 9 10 11 12 13 CRT CRT CRT CRT CRT Review/Practice Review/Practice Review/Practice Review/Practice Review/Practice 16 17 18 19 20 CRT Test CRT Test CRT Test CRT Test CRT Test 23 24 25 26 27 CRT Test PASS 2.1b.iv: Explore and connect PASS 2.1b.iv: continued PASS 2.1b.iv: continued negative numbers using real world EnVision Supplemental Lesson EnVision Supplemental Lesson situations (e.g. owing money, Connections 4: Solving with Integers Connections 4: Solving with Integers temperature, measuring elevations CG: 50 Day 3 above and below sea level). Day 2 Snow Day EnVision Supplemental Lesson Connections 4: Solving with Integers 3 days 30 rd PASS (3 ) 3.1: Identify and compare attributes of 2- and 3- dimensional shapes and develop vocabulary to describe the attributes (e.g., count the edges and faces of a cube; the radius is half of a circle, lines of symmetry). Solids Lesson 15.1 pp. 346-349 1 day CG = Curriculum Guide ACC = A Close Call FFF = Fuel Filling Figures PP = Pumpkin Patches SMR = Skip to My Rule AMA = Amazing Multiplication Arrays HG = Hands on the Giant ORU = Olympic Round Up TT = Tub Temps BBM = Boxing Bags & Matches WS = What’s the Scoop 4th Grade Mathematics, 2011-2012 May Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 1 2 3 4 rd rd rd PASS (3 ) 3.2: Analyze the effects of PASS (3 ) 3.1: Identify and compare PASS 4.1c: Select appropriate PASS (3 ) 4.1c: Develop and use the combining and subdividing 2- and 3- attributes of 2- and 3- dimensional customary and metric units of concept of perimeter of different dimensional figures (e.g., folding shapes and develop vocabulary to measure and measurement shapes to solve problems. paper, tiling, nets, and rearranging describe the attributes (e.g., count the instruments to solve application Perimeter/Circumference pieces of solids). edges and faces of a cube; the radius problems involving length, weight, Lesson 14.6 pp. 328-331 Views of Solids: Nets is half of a circle, lines of symmetry). mass, area, and volume. CG: 25, 35 AIMS: HG, ACC Lesson 15.2 pp. 350-351 Views of Solids: Perspective Volume 2 days 1 day Lesson 15.3 pp. 352-353 Lesson 15.4 pp. 354-355 1 day 1 day 7 8 9 10 11 rd PASS (3 ) 4.1c: continued PASS 4.1c: Select appropriate PASS 4.1c: Select appropriate Review Multiplication of Basic Facts Review Multiplication of Basic Facts Perimeter/Circumference customary and metric units of customary and metric units of & Multiplication up to & Multiplication up to Lesson 14.6 pp. 328-331 measure and measurement measure and measurement 3 Digit by 3 Digit Numbers 3 Digit by 3 Digit Numbers CG: 25, 35 AIMS: HG, ACC instruments to solve application instruments to solve application CG: 23 CG: 23 Day 2 problems involving length, weight, problems involving length, weight, 3 days Day 2 mass, area, and volume. mass, area, and volume. Same Perimeter, Different Area Same Area, Different Perimeter Lesson 14.7 pp. 332-333 Lesson 14.8 pp. 334-335 CG: 25, 35 AIMS: HG, ACC CG: 25, 35 AIMS: HG, ACC 1 day 1 day 14 15 16 17 18 Review Multiplication of Basic Facts Review Review (cont.) Review Review (cont.) & Multiplication up to Division of Basic facts & Division Division of Basic facts & Division Division of Basic facts & Division Division of Basic facts & Division 3 Digit by 3 Digit Numbers with 1-Digit Divisor & up to 3 Digit with 1-Digit Divisor & up to 3 Digit with 2-Digit Divisor & 3-Digit with 2-Digit Divisor & 3-Digit CG: 23 Dividends. Dividends. Dividends. Dividends. Day 3 CG: 46 CG: 46 4 days Day 2 2 days Day 2 21 22 23 24 25 Review (cont.) Review (cont.) Last Day of School Record Day OR Division of Basic facts & Division Division of Basic facts & Division with Last Day of School if with 2-Digit Divisor & 3-Digit 1 Digit Divisor & up to 3 Digit 9-Weeks Test Dividends. Dividends. 4th Snow Day Needed Day 3 CG: 46 Day 4 28 29 30 31 Memorial Day CG = Curriculum Guide ACC = A Close Call FFF = Fuel Filling Figures PP = Pumpkin Patches SMR = Skip to My Rule AMA = Amazing Multiplication Arrays HG = Hands on the Giant ORU = Olympic Round Up TT = Tub Temps BBM = Boxing Bags & Matches WS = What’s the Scoop