# Fifth Grade Math Pacing Guide 3rd 9 wk

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```					5th Grade Math
3rd Nine Weeks
Lesson          Standard              Learning Targets   Student Friendly   Essential Question   Tennessee Academic   Additional Resources   Assessments
Statements                                Vocabulary
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1        SPI0506.4.6 Record        Students      must    I know how to    How can you use       
Envision measurements in            know a fraction is     measure using    fractions to
12-1     context to reasonable      part of a whole.       fractional       measure more
degree of accuracy        Students must use      amounts.         precisely?
using decimals and/or      a ruler.
fractions.
MD.5.3 Geometric
measurement:
understand concepts
of volume and relate
volume to
multiplication and to
volume as an attribute
of solid figures and
understand concepts
of volume
measurement.
2        CU0506.4.7                Students must         I know how to    What units are           Millimeter
Envision Understand, select         recognize metric       measure using    used to measure          Centime
12-2     and use units of           units.                 the metric       length in the            Meter
appropriate size and      Students must          system.          metric system?           Kilometer
type to measure            measure
angles,                    accurately.
lengths/distances,
area, surface area and
volume.
3        SPI0506.4.2               Students must add     I know how to    How can you find       Formula
Envision Decompose irregular        accurately.            find the         the distance
12-3     shapes to find                                    distance         around a polygon?
perimeter and area.                               around a
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polygon.
4        SPI0406.4.9 Solve          Students must           I know how to    How can a formula     Formula
Envision problems involving          recognize                use a formula    be used to find
12-4     area and/or perimeter       characteristics of       to find the      area?
of rectangular figures.     rectangles (that         area of a
opposite sides are       square or
the same length)         rectangle.
5        SPI0506.4.1 Solve          Students must           I know how to    How can finding       Parallelogram
Envision contextual problems         identify the base        find the area    the area of a         Base
12-5     that require                and height of a          of a             rectangle help you    Height
calculating the area of     parallelogram.           parallelogram.   find the area of a
triangles and              Students must use                         parallelogram?
parallelograms.             basic multiplication
facts fluently.
6        SPI0506.4.1 Solve          Students must           I know how to    How can you use a    
Envision contextual problems         identify the base        find the area    parallelogram to
12-6     that require                and height of a          of a triangle.   find the area of a
calculating the area of     triangle.                                 triangle?
triangles and              Students must use
parallelograms.             basic multiplication
facts fluently.
7        CU0506.1.1 Make and        Students must use       I know how to    How can you use
Envision test conjectures about      problem solving          solve problems   formulas to solve
12-8     geometric properties        steps.                   finding area     real world
and develop logical        Students must use        and/or           problems?
arguments to justify        formulas for area        perimeter.
conclusions.                and perimeter.
8        CU0506.4.3 Build,          Students must           I know how to    What is a solid       Convex polygon
Envision draw, and work with         identify solid           count faces on   figure?               Polyhedral solid
13-1     prisms by means of          shapes.                  a solid shape.                         Regular (platonic)
orthogonal views,          Students must           I know how to                           solid
projective views, and       identify faces,          count edges                            Solid figure
nets.                       edges, and vertices      on a solid                             Face
on solid shapes.         shape.                                 Edge
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 I know how to                              Vertex
count vertices                             Vertices
on a solid                                 Prism
shape.                                     Cylinder
   Cone
   Pyramid
   View
9        0506.4.4 Solve            Students must          I know how to     How can you find         Surface area
Envision problems involving         identify faces of a     look at solid     the surface area of
13-3     surface area and           polyhedral solid        and find the      a rectangular
volume of rectangular      when viewed as a        area of the       prism?
prisms and polyhedral      plane figure.           sides.
solids.                   Students must use
multiplication to
calculate the
surface area.
10       0506.4.4 Solve            Students must          I know how to     How do you find        Volume
Envision problems involving         recognize the           find use the      the volume of a        Cubic unit
13-5     surface area and           length, width, and      length, width,    prism?
volume of rectangular      height or a prism.      and height of a
prisms and polyhedral                              prism to find
solids.                                            the volume.
MD.5.3 Geometric
measurement:
understand concepts
of volume and relate
volume to
multiplication and to
volume as an attribute
of solid figures and
understand concepts
of volume
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measurement.
MB.5.5.b Apply the
formulas for
rectangular prisms to
find volumes of right
rectangular prisms
with whole-number
edge lengths in the
context of solving
mathematical
problems.
11       0506.4.2 Decompose        Students must          I know how to     How can you find      Irregular
Envision irregular shapes to        identify regular        find the area     the area of an
13-6     find perimeter and         shapes within an        of an irregular   irregular shape?
area.                      irregular shape.        shape.
MB.5.5.b Apply the        Students must
formulas for               locate a length and
rectangular prisms to      width for regular
find volumes of right      shapes.
rectangular prisms        Students must
with whole-number          combine area of
edge lengths in the        regular shapes.
context of solving
mathematical
problems.
12       0506.1.1 Make and         Students must use      I know how to     How can you solve
Envision test conjectures about     problem solving         solve a           problems
13-7     geometric properties       steps.                  problem using     involving objects?
and develop logical       Students must use       objects.
arguments to justify       geometric
conclusions.               properties to solve
problems.
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13       0506.4.13 Recognize       Students must         I know how to   What are units of       Weight
Envision and use measures of        identify units to      identify the    weight and mass?        Ounces
14-3     weight and                 measure weight.        best units to                           Pounds
temperature.              Students must          measure                                 Tons
MD.5.1 Convert like        identify units to      weight.                                 Mass
measurement units          measure mass.         I know how to                           Milligram
within a given                                    identify the                            Gram
measurement system.                               best units to                           Kilogram
Convert among                                     measure mass.
different sized
standard
measurement units
within a given
measurement system.
14       0506.4.13 Recognize       Students must         I can solve     How do you solve      Fahrenheit
Envision and use measure of         read a                 problems        problems              Celsius
14-8     weight and                 thermometer in         involving       involving changes
temperature.               Fahrenheit and         temperature     in temperature?
MD.5.1 Convert like        Celsius.               change.
measurement units         Students must
within a given             calculate changes
measurement system.        in temperature.
Convert among
different sized
standard
measurement units
within a given
measurement system.
15       0506.3.3 Solve single-    Students must         I can use an    How can you use       Equation
Envision step linear equations      solve equations        inverse         inverse operations    Addition property
15-1     using inverse              using addition and     operation to    to solve               of equality
operations.                subtraction.           solve an        expressions?          Subtraction
 Students must          equation.                              property of
recognize inverse                                             equality
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operations.                                                       Inverse operations
16       0506.3.3 Solve single-      Students must          I can use an      How can you use
Envision step linear equations        solve equations         inverse           inverse operations
15-2     using inverse                using                   operation to      to solve
operations.                  multiplication and      solve an          expressions?
division.               equation.
   Students must
recognize inverse
operations.
17       0506.3.4 Solve single-      Students must          I can name        How can you             Inequality
Envision step linear                  solve inequalities.     possible          name solutions for
15-3     inequalities and graph      Students must           solutions for     an inequality?
solutions on a number        recognize               an inequality.
line.                        inequality
symbols.<, =, >, ≤,
≥
18       0506.1.8 Use                Students must          I can find a      How can you find
Envision patterns, models, and        identify a pattern.     pattern and       a rule for a pattern
15-4     relationships as            Students must           complete a        and complete a
contexts for writing         utilize the pattern     table.            table?
inequalities and             to find missing
simple equations.            numbers.
19       0506.3.4 Solve single-      Students must use      I can write an    How can you write
Envision step linear equations        problem solving         equation to       an equation in
15-5     and inequalities.            skills.                 solve a           order to solve a
   Students must           problem.          problem?
solve an equation
or inequality.
20       0506.2.9 Explore            Students must use      I can place       What are integers       Integers
Envision numbers less than 0          a number line.          numbers on a      and what
17-1     by extending the            Students must           number line.      situations can
number line through          identify integers.     I can recognize   integers
familiar applications.                               that some         represent?
numbers are
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less than zero.
21       0506.5.2 Represent          Students must use      I can locate      How can you             Coordinate grid
Envision data using ordered           integers.               points on a       locate points on a      Ordered pair
17-2     pairs in the first          Students must           coordinate        coordinate gride?       Coordinate plane
quadrant of the              identify an ordered     grid.                                     X-axis
coordinate system.           pair.                                                             Y-axis
G.5.1 Graph points on       Student must use a                                                Origin
the coordinate plane         coordinate grid.                                                  X-coordinate
to solve real-world                                                                            Y-coordinate
and mathematical
problems.
22       0506.2.9 Explore            Students must use      I can locate      How do you find a
Envision numbers less than 0          integers.               points on a       distance on a
17-3     by extending the            Students must           coordinate        number line?
number line through          identify an ordered     grid.
familiar applications.       pair.                  I can calculate
G.5.1 Graph points on       Students must use       distances on a
the coordinate plane         a coordinate grid.      number line.
to solve real-world
and mathematical
problems.
23       0506.5.2 Make               Students must          I can make and    How can you           Bar graph
Envision predictions based on         create bar graphs.      read bar          make and              Double bar graph
18-2     various data                Students must           graphs.           interpret bar         Interval
representation,              create picture         I can make and    graphs and picture    Scale
including double bar         graphs.                 read picture      graphs?               Data collections
and line graph.             Student must read       graphs.                                  methods
MD.5.2 Represent and         bar graphs.                                                     Categorical data
interpret data. Make        Students must                                                   Outlier
a line plot to display a     read picture
data set of                  graphs.
measurements in
fractions of a unit.
24       0506.5.2 Make               Students must use      I can make a      How can data be       Line graph
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Envision predictions based on        a coordinate grid.       line graph to   represented?
18-3     various data               Students must plot       show data.
representations,            data on the
including double bar        coordinate grid.
and line graphs.
25       0506.5.3 Calculate         Students must use     I can describe    How can data be     Mean             http://revisionworld.wordpress.com/2008/
Envision measures of central         addition skills.       data with a       described by a      Average          05/14/mean-median-mode-and-range-
18-7     tendency to analyze        Students must use      single number.    single number?      Numerical data   rhyme/
data.                       division skills.
 Students must
data.
26       0506.5.3 Calculate         Students must         I can describe    How can data be     Median
Envision measures of central         read and interpret     data with a       described by one    Mode
18-8     tendency to analyze         data.                  single number.    number?             Range
data.
27       0506.5.1 Depict data       Students must use     I can solve    How can you solve     
Envision using various               data and graphs to     problems using problems using
18-9     representations,            solve problems.        a graph.       data shown on a
including decimal                                                 graph?
and/or fractional data.
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