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```					                                                   Mathematics Quarterly Standards Alignment - 2009-2010
* =Key Standard
Quarter One – Chapters 1-7
STANDARD                                                                                       LESSONS / CONCEPTS                                       # of Questions on
Chapter. Lesson                                             CST
NS 1.1        Count, read, and write numbers to 10,000.                 1.3 - How big is 1000                                                         1 (every other year)

NS 1.2        Compare and order whole numbers to 10,000.                2.1-Compare Numbers; 2.2-Order Numbers to 10,000                                       1

NS 1.3*       Identify the place value for each digit in numbers to     1.1-Model Numbers; 1.2-Place Value Through 999; 1.4-Place Value to                     3
10,000.                                                   10,000; 2.1-Compare Numbers; 2.2-Order Numbers to 10,000

NS 1.4        Round off numbers to 10,000 to the nearest 10, hundred,   2.3-Round 2-Digit and 3-Digit Numbers; 2.4-Round 4-Digit Numbers              1 (every other year)
and thousand.

Estimate Sums and Differences                             4.5-Estimate Sums and Differences

NS 1.5*       Use expanded notation to represent numbers.               1.2-Place Value Through 999; 1.4-Place Value to 10,000                                 3

NS 2.1*       Find the sum of two whole numbers (to hundreds place)     3.1-Addition with Regrouping; 3.4-Column Addition                                      4

Find the sum of two whole numbers (to thousands place)    3.5-Add Greater Numbers

Find the difference of two whole numbers (to hundreds     4.1-Model Subtraction; 4.2-Subtract with Regouping
place)

Find the difference of two whole numbers (to thousands    4.3,-Subtract Greater Numbers; 4.4-Subtract Across Zeros
place)

NS 2.2*       Memorize to automaticity the multiplication table for     5.1-Model Multiplication; 5.3-Multiplication Review (2, 5 and 10); 5.4-   Not tested, but builds number
numbers between 1 and 10.                                 Multiply with 4; 6.2-Multiply with 9; 6.3-Square Arrays; 6.4-Multiply                  sense
with 3; 7.1-Use a Multiplication Table; 7.2-Use What You Know to
Multiply 6, 7 and 8; 7.3-Practice Multiplying with 6, 7, and 8

NS 2.6 (tested   Understand the special properties of 0 and 1 in           6.1-Multiply with 0 and 1                                                              1
in Q2)        multiplication and division.

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Mathematics Quarterly Standards Alignment - 2009-2010
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NS 2.8       Solve problems that require two or more of the skills      6.5-Multistep Problems                                                     1
mentioned above.

AF 1.1*/AF 1.2   Represent relationships of quantities in the form of       3.2-Equations and Inequalities                                         4 (AF 1.1)
mathematical expressions, equations, or inequalities. /
Solve problems involving numeric equations or                                                                                     1 (AF 1.2)
inequalities.

AF 1.3       Select appropriate operational and relational symbols to   (3.2) May need additional resources to cover this standard                 1
make an expression true.

AF 1.5       Recognize and use the commutative and associative          5.2-Arrays and the Commutative Property; 7.4-Use the Associative           1
properties of multiplication.                              Property

AF 2.2       Extend and recognize a linear pattern by its rules.        1.5-Number Patterns (Place Value); 5.2-Arrays and the Commutative          1
Property

Math Reasoning                                                              2.5-Davies Symphony Hall; 3.6-California Living Museum; 4.6-Estimate
or Exact Amount?; 5.5-Natural History Museum; 7.5-Guess and Check
(Multiplication Patterns and Practice)
Nov. 2-6, 2009       Q1 ASSESSMENT

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Quarter Two-Chapters 8-14
STANDARD                                                                                                   LESSONS / CONCEPTS                                                          # of
Chapter. Lesson                                                       Questions
on CST
MG 1.1         Choose the appropriate tools and units and      8.1-Measure to the Nearest Inch; 8.2-Convert Customary Units of Lengths; 8.3-Centimeters and Millimeters; 8.4-        1
estimate the measure of the length, liquid      Convert Metric Units of Lengths
volume, and weight/mass of given objects.

MG 1.2*         Estimate or determine the area and volume       10.3-Explore Area; 10.4-Find Area; 11.3-Explre Volume; 11.4-Find Volume                                               3
of solid figures by covering them with
squares or by counting the number of cubes
that would fill them.

MG 1.3*         Find the perimeter of a polygon with integer    10.1-Explore Perimeter; 10.2-Find Perimeter                                                                           3
sides.

MG1.4          Carry out simple unit conversions within a      8.2-Convert Customary Units of Lengths; 8.4-Convert Metric Units of Lengths                                           1
system of measurement.

MG 2.1*         Identify, describe, and classify polygons.      9.2-Plane Figures                                                                                                     2

MG 2.2*         Identify attributes of triangles.               9.3-Sort Triangles and Quadrilaterals; 9.4-Triangles; 9.6-Draw a Picture                                              2

MG 2.4         Identify right angles and geometric figures     9.1-Line Segments and Angles                                                                                      2 (every 3
or in appropriate objects and determine                                                                                                                             years)
whether other angles are greater or less than
a right angle.

MG 2.5         Identify, describe, and classify common         11.1-Build Solids; 11.2-Solid Figures                                                                             2 (every 3
three-dimensional geometric objects.                                                                                                                                years)

MG 2.6         Identify common solid objects that are the      11.2-Solid Figures                                                                                                2 (every 3
components needed to make a more                                                                                                                                    years)
complex solid object.

AF 2.2(tested in   Extend and recognize a linear pattern by its    10.5-Find a Pattern                                                                                                   1
Q1)          rules.

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NS 2.3*       Use the inverse relationship of                (12.1-Model Division); 12.2-Relate Division and Multiplication; 12.3-Different Ways to Divide; 12.4-Practice         2
multiplication and division to compute and     Dividing by 2,5, or 10; 13.1-Use a Multiplication Table to Divide; 13.2-Practice Dividing by 3 or 4; 13.3-Fact
check results.                                 Families; 13.4-Practice Dividing by 9; 13.5-Equal Groups Problems; 14.2-Practice Dividing by 6; 14.3-Practice
Dividing by 7; 14.4-Practice Dividing by 8

NS 2.6       Understand the special properties of 0 and 1   14.1-Division Rules                                                                                              2 (every 3
in multiplication and division.                                                                                                                                   years)

Math Reasoning                                                  8.5-Santa Barbara Audubon Society; 11.5(MG 1.0)-Perimeter, Area or Volume; 12.5-San Diego; 14.5-Work             Embedded
Backward
Jan. 25 – 29,       Q2 ASSESSMENT
2010

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Quarter Three-Chapters 15-21
STANDARD                                                                                                        LESSONS / CONCEPTS                                                           # of
Chapter. Lesson                                                        Questions on
CST
NS 2.4*         Solve simple problems involving multiplication of      19.1-Multiplication Patterns with 10, 100, and 1,000; 19.2-Multiply with Multiples of 10, 100 or 1,000; 20.1-        5
multi digit numbers by 1 digit numbers.                Multiply 2-Digit Numbers; 20.2-Multiply 2-Digit Numbers ; 20.3-Hands-on: Regroup in Multiplication; 20.4-
Regroup in Multiplication; 20.5-Use a Simpler Problem; 21.1-Hands-on:Multiply Greater Numbers; 21.2-
Multiply a 3-Digit Number by a 1-Digit Number; 21.3-Regroup More Than Once

NS 3.0(not       Understand relationship between whole numbers,         15.1-Hands-On: Model Fractions; 15.2-Fractions and Groups
directly tested)   fractions, and decimals

NS 3.1         Compare fractions represented by drawings or           15.3-Hands-On: Model Equivalent Fractions; 15.4-Find Equivalent Fractions; 15.5-Hands-On: Compare                    1
concrete materials to show equivalency and to add      Fractions; 17.1-Hands-On: Tenths and Hundredths
and subtract simple fractions in context.

16.3-Subtract Fractions; 16.4-Practice Adding and Subtracting Fractions

NS 3.3*         Solve problems involving addition, subtraction,        18.1-Hands-On: Add and Subtract Money Amounts; 18.2-Hands-On: Add Money Amounts; 18.3-Subtract                       4
multiplication, (and division) of money amounts in     Money Amounts; 21.4-Multiply Money
decimal notation and multiply (and divide) money
amounts in decimal notation by using whole-            (no division until Q4)
number multipliers( and divisors).

NS 3.4         Know and understand that fractions and decimals        17.2-Tenths; 17.3-Hundredths; 17.4-Hands-On: Relate Fractions, Decimals and Money; 17.5-Reasonable                   1
are two different representations of the same          Answers
concept.

AF 1.1*(tested     Represent relationships of quantities in the form of   18.5-Write a Number Sentence                                                                                         4
in Q1)          mathematical expressions, equations, or
inequalities.

AF 2.1*(tested     Solve simple problems involving a functional           18.4-Function Tables and Money                                                                                       3
in Q4)          relationship between two quantities.

Math                                                                  15.6-Too Much Information; 16.5-African American Art and Culture Complex; 19.3-Estimate Products; 19.4-           Embedded
Reasoning                                                               The Gardens of Hakone; 21.5-Make a Table

4/4-4/9/10                        QA3 Assessment

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Quarter Four-Chapters 22-28
STANDARD                                                                                      LESSONS / CONCEPTS                                 # of Questions on CST
Chapter. Lesson                               (QAs will have same proportion
of questions)
(prepares for                                                                  24.1-Hands-On: Equal Groups; 24.2-Hands-On: Repeated
NS 2.5)                                                                     Subtractions; 24.3-Before, After, and Between

NS 2.5       Solve division problems in which a multi-digit number is       25.1-Add Hundreds; 25.2-Regoup Ones; 25.3-Regroup Tens;                        1
evenly divided by a one-digit number.                          26.1-Subtract Hundreds; 26.2-Regroup Tens; 26.4- Practice
subtracting 3-Digit Numbers

NS 2.7       Determine the unit cost when given the total cost and          24.4-Order Three-Digit Numbers; 27.5-Write a Number                            1
number of units.                                               Sentence (More Addition and Subtraction)

NS 2.8       Solve problems that require two or more of the skills          26.5-Write a Number Sentence (subtracting 3-Digit numbers)                     1
mentioned above.

NS 3.3*       Solve problems involving (addition, subtraction,               26.3 – Regroup Hundreds)(division only-rest tested in Q3)                      4
multiplication, and) division of money amounts in decimal
notation and multiply and divide money amount in decimal
notation by using whole number multipliers and divisors.

(prepares for                                                                  22.1-22.6-Division ( making and reading diff. graphs
SDAP 1.3*)

SDAP 1.1       Identify whether common events are certain, likely,            23.2-Probability                                                               1
unlikely, or improbable.

SDAP 1.2*      Record the possible outcomes for a simple event.               23.1-Hands-On: Record Outcomes                                                 2

SDAP 1.3*      Summarize and display the results of probability               23.3-Hands-On: Make Predictions, 23.4-Make Predictions                         2
experiments in a clear and organized way.

SDAP 1.4       Use the results of probability experiments to predict future   23.3-Hands-On: Make Predictions, 23.4-Make Predictions          Not assessable in multiple choice
events.                                                                                                                                     format

AF 1.4       Express simple unit conversions in symbolic form.              27.5-Convert Customary Units and Units of Time, 28.3-Convert                   1

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Mathematics Quarterly Standards Alignment - 2009-2010
* =Key Standard
Metric Units

AF 2.1*       Solve simple problems involving a functional relationship   24.4-Total Cost and Unit Cost                                     3
between two quantities.

Choose the appropriate tools and units and estimate the     27.1-Hands-on: Estimate and Measure Capacity, 27.2-               1
measure of the length, liquid volume, and weight/mass of    Customary Units of Capacity, 27.3-Hands-On: Estimate and
MG 1.1        given objects.                                              Measure Weight, 27.4-Customary Units of Weight, 28.1-Hands-
On: Metric Units of Capacity, 28.2-Hands-On: Metric Units of
Mass

MG 1.4        Carry out simple unit conversions within a system of        27.1-Hands –On: Estimate and Measure Capacity, 27.5-Convert       1
measurement.                                                Customary Units and Units of Time

Math                                                                     23.5-Bodie State Historic Park, 25.4-US Olympics Training      Embedded
Reasoning                                                                  Center, 28.4-Cabrillo Marine Aquarium

June 14 – 18,      Q4 ASSESSMENT
2010

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