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```									Newburgh Enlarged City School District                                                                                     Math Grade 3
Curriculum Mapping 2010-2011                                                                                               Revised August 30, 2010

Assessment       Content (What Students Should        Skills (What Students             Perf.
Essential Questions       (Evidence)       Know)                                Should Be Able To Do)             Indicators   Resources
PRE           What characteristics                       Number Sense and Operations          Skip count by 25’s, 50’s,         3.N.1        Hands on Standards:
MAY-JUNE                                Quizzes/Tests                                         100’s, 1,000                                   Number Sense and
makes a number odd or
even?                                      Skip Counting by 25’s, 50’s, and                                                    Operations
Sept 2010                                                100’s                                Read and write whole              3.N.2         Lesson 1 – pg. 16
How can strategies        Use Hands on                                          numbers to 1,000                                Lesson 2 – pg. 18
using numbers help us     Standards        Understand Place Value: Hundreds,
Tens, and Ones                                                         3.N.3         Lesson 2 – pg. 160
in solving real world     Assessments                                           Compare and order numbers
to 1,000
Lesson 3 – pg. 162
problems?
as Appropriate   Comparing and ordering whole                                                         Lesson 8 – pg. 172
How does mathematics                       numbers                              Understand the place value        3.N.4
help us to collect,                                                             structure of the base ten
display, analyze and                       Identify even and odd numbers        number system:                                 Coach Workbooks
interpret data?                                                                  10 ones = 1 ten
Statistics and Probability            10 tens = 1 hundred                           Supplemental Materials
How can mathematics                                                              10 hundreds = 1 thousand
be used to model real                      Construct: Frequency Tables                                                         Math Websites
world situations?                          Pictographs and Bar Graphs           Use a variety of strategies to    3.N.5
Interpreting Pictographs and Bar     compose and decompose
Process Vocabulary                         Graphs                               three-digit numbers
Analyze                                                                                                                        Math Man by Timothy
Approach                                   Content Vocabulary                   Identify odd and even             3.N.16       Bush
Collaborate                                Bar graph                            numbers
Concrete rep.                              Compare                                                                             Mission Addition by
Discuss                                    Conclusion                           Construct a frequency table to                 Loreen Leady
Examine                                    Data,                                represent a collection of data    3.S.3
Explore                                    Digits
Graphical rep.                             Even numbers                         Identify the parts of             3.S.4
Grid                                       Expanded form                        pictographs and bar graphs
Identify                                   Frequency table
Interpret                                  Graph key                            Display data in pictographs       3.S.5
Invalid approach                           Hundreds chart                       and bar graphs
Irrelevant info.                           Hundreds place
Oral Rep.                                  Number line                          State the relationships           3.S.6
Pictorial Rep.                             Odd number                           between pictographs and bar
Problem Solving                            Ones place                           graphs
Strategies                                 Order                                                                  3.S.7
Chart                                    Pictograph                           Read and interpret data in bar
Diagram                                  Place Value                          graphs and pictographs
Organized List                           Prediction      Table
Picture                                  Probability     Tens Place           Formulate conclusions and         3.S.8
Proc. Of Elimination                     Skip count      Three digit Number   make predicts from graphs
Survey          Whole number

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Newburgh Enlarged City School District                                                                             Math Grade 3
Curriculum Mapping 2010-2011                                                                                       Revised August 30, 2010

Assessment         (Content (What Students            Skills (What Students         Perf.
Essential Questions      (Evidence)         Should Know)                       Should Be Able To Do)         Indicators   Resources
Oct.       What strategies can      Quizzes/Tests      Number Sense and Operations-       Use and explain the           3.N.6        Hands on Standards:
2010       we use to add and                           con’t                              commutative property of                    Number Sense and
Lesson 5 – pg. 114
What characteristics                                                           Understand and use the        3.N.9         Lesson – 7 – pg. 118
makes a number odd                          Properties of Addition             associative property of                     Lesson 3 – pg. 120
Process Vocabulary                          Subtraction with regrouping                                                   Coach Workbooks
Continued                                                                      Use a variety of strategies   3.N.18
Problem solving strategies         to add and subtract three                  Supplemental
Trial and Error                                                                digit numbers (with and                    Materials
Use Manipulatives                           Adding and subtract whole          without re-grouping)
Real World Situations                       numbers                                                                       Math Websites
Recognize                                                                      Develop strategies for        3.N.24
Relevant info                               Choosing operations to solve       selecting the appropriate
Understand                                   problems                          computational and                          Subtraction Action by
Valid Approach Verify                                                          operational method in                      Loreen Leedy
Written Rep.                                                                   problem solving situations
Argument                                                                                                                  Betcha! By Stuart
Explain                                                                        Develop an understanding      3.N.17       Murphy
Investigate                                 Content Vocabulary                 of the properties of
Justify                                                                        odd/even numbers as a
Make Conjectures                            Associative property               result of addition or
Mathematical                                Commutative property of addition   subtraction
Statement                                   Difference
Reasonableness                              Doubling
True/false                                  Number sentence
Clarify                                     Operation
Week of    Explain                                     Property
October    Verbal                   Benchmark          Regrouping
25-2930    Written                  Assessment #1      Relating facts
2010       Apply                    (Sept. Early Oct   Subtract
Compare                    Topics)          Subtraction
Connect                                     Sum
Contrast                                    Value
Recognize

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Newburgh Enlarged City School District                                                                              Math Grade 3
Curriculum Mapping 2010-2011                                                                                        Revised August 30, 2010

Essential           Assessment      Content (What Students Should        Skills (What Students        Perf.
Questions           (Evidence)      Know)                                Should Be Able To Do)        Indicators   Resources
Nov 2010      How does            Quizzes/Tests   Number Sense and Operations-         Estimate numbers up to       3.N.25       Hands on Standards:
mathematics help                    cont                                 500.                                      Number Sense and
us to make                                                                                                         Operations
comparisons?                        Rounding to the nearest 10 or 100    Recognize real world         3.N.26        Lesson 2 – pg. 18
situations in which an                     Lesson 4 – pg.22
How can patterns                    Estimating to check if answers are   estimate (rounding) is                     Lesson – 1 – 106
help in problem                      reasonable                          more appropriate                           Lesson 2 – pg. 108
solving?                                                                                                            Lesson 4 – pg.112
Check reasonableness of      3.N.27
Algebra                             an answer by using                        Coach Workbooks
Process                                                                  estimation
Vocabulary                                                                                                         Supplemental
Continued                           Comparing whole numbers using        Use the symbols <, >, =      3.A.1        Materials
Understand                          symbols                              (with and without the use
Construct                                                                of a number line) to                      Math Websites
Differences                         Numeric and geometric patterns       compare whole numbers
Similarities
Types of reps                                                            Describe and extend          3.A.2
Charts                                                                  numeric (+, -) and
Equation                                                                geometric patterns
Graph
Model
Symbol
Table                              Content Vocabulary
Verbal                             Compare
Language                            Equal to (=)
Written                            Estimate
Language                            Geometric pattern
Greater than (>)
Less than (<)
Mental math
** Process                          Number line
Vocabulary                          Numeric expression
should be                           Numeric pattern
ongoing                             Pattern
throughout the                      Rounding
year                                Whole numbers

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Newburgh Enlarged City School District                                                                              Math Grade 3
Curriculum Mapping 2010-2011                                                                                        Revised August 30, 2010

Essential              Assessment      Content (What Students      Skills (What Students Should         Perf
Questions              (Evidence)      Should Know)                Be Able To Do)                       Indicators   Resources
Dec 2010      How do we sort and     Quizzes/Tests      Geometry                 Define and use correct               3.G.1        Hands on Standards:
classify shapes?                                                   terminology when referring to                     Geometry
Two-Dimensional Figures     shapes (circle, triangle, square,                  Lesson – 1 – 66
What gives a shape                     Three-Dimensional Figures   rectangle, rhombus, trapezoid,                     Lesson 8 – pg. 80
a certain name?                        Symmetry                    and hexagon)                                       Lesson 4 – pg.72
Lesson 9 – pg. 82
How different can a                    Content Vocabulary          Identify congruent and similar       3.G.2
shape look and still                   Angle                       figures                                           Coach Workbooks
fit in a category?                     Attribute
Circle                      Name, describe, compare, and         3.G.3        Supplemental
How are shapes                         Closed figure               sort three-dimensional shapes:                    Materials
related to other                       Cube                        cube, cylinder, sphere, prism,
shapes and why?                        Cylinder                    and cone                                          Math Websites
Edge
Face                        Identify the faces on a three-       3.G.4
Geometric figure            dimensional shape as two-
Hands on        Hexagon                     dimensional shapes
Standards       Length
Assessments     Line of symmetry            Identify and construct lines of      3.G.5
Geometry        Open figure                 symmetry
** Process             Post-test       Plane figure
Vocabulary                             Polygon
should be ongoing                      Prism
throughout the                         Ray
year                                   Rectangle
Rhombus
Shape
Side
Solid figure
Sphere
Square
Trapezoid
Three dimensional figure
Triangle
Two dimensional figure
Vertices

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Newburgh Enlarged City School District                                                                                Math Grade 3
Curriculum Mapping 2010-2011                                                                                          Revised August 30, 2010

Assessment      Content (What Students      Skills (What Students Should     Perf.
Essential Questions       (Evidence)      Should Know)                Be Able To Do)                   Indicators   Resources
Jan-Feb.      How are factors and       Quizzes/Tests   Number Sense and            Use and explain the                           Hands on Standards:
2011          products related?                         Operations -con’t           Commutative Property of          3.N.6        Number Sense and
How can strategies                                                    Multiplication                                Operations
using numbers help                        Models for multiplication
us in solving real                                                    Use 1 as the identity element                  Lesson – 6 – 116
world problems?                           Fluency of multiplication   for multiplication               3.N.7         Lessons - 6, 7
and division facts                                                         Lessons - 5, 9
How do patterns help                                                  Use the zero property of                       Lessons - 11, 12
us with                                                               multiplication                   3.N.8
multiplication?                                                                                                     Coach Workbooks
Develop fluency with single-
How are addition and                                                  digit multiplication facts       3.N.19       Supplemental Materials
multiplication related?
Content Vocabulary          Use a variety of strategies to                Math Websites
Array                       solve multiplication problems    3.N.20
Commutative Proper of       with factors up to 12x12
Multiplication                                                            Pigs in the Pantry by Amy
Denominator                 Use the area model, tables,                   Axelrod
Divide                      patterns, arrays, and doubling   3.N.21
Division                    to provide meaning for
Dividend                    multiplication                                The Lunch Line by Karen
Divisor                                                                   Berman Nagel
Identity element for        Demonstrate fluency and apply
multiplication              single-digit division facts      3.N.22
Multiple                                                                  2x2 Boo by Loreen Leedy
Multiplication              Use tables, patterns, halving,
Multiply                    and manipulatives to provide     3.N.23       Multiplying by Ann Montague-
Product                     meaning for division.                         Smith
Quotient
Week of                                 Benchmark       Set of objects                                                            Dividing by Ann Montague-
Jan. 10-14                              Assessment      Zero property of                                                          Smith
2011                                    #2              multiplication
(Oct., Nov.,
Dec. Topics)

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Newburgh Enlarged City School District                                                                            Math Grade 3
Curriculum Mapping 2010-2011                                                                                      Revised August 30, 2010

Assessment       Content (What Students   Skills (What Students Should Be     Perf.
Essential Questions       (Evidence)       Should Know)             Able To Do)                         Indicators   Resources
March         How does                  Quizzes/Tests    Fractions                Develop an understanding of         3.N.10       Hands on Standards:
2011          mathematics help us to                                              fractions as part of a whole unit                Number Sense and
make comparisons?         Hands on         Models for fractions     and as parts of a collection                     Operations
Standards                                                                                   Lesson 16
Assessments      Representing and         Use manipulatives, visual           3.N.11
Number Sense     naming                   models, and illustrations to                     Coach Workbooks
and Operations    unit fractions          name and represent unit
fractions                                        Supplemental Materials
(1/2,1/3,1/4,1/5,1/6,and1/10) as
part of a whole or a set of                      Math Websites
objects

Understand and recognize the        3.N.12
meaning of numerator and
** Process                                                          denominator in the symbolic
Vocabulary                                                          form of a fraction
should be ongoing
throughout the                                                      Recognize fractional numbers        3.N.13
year                                                                as equal parts of a whole

Content Vocabulary
Week of                                 Benchmark        Factor
March                                   Assessment       Fraction
14-18                                   #3               Halving
2011                                    (Jan., Feb.      Numerator
Topics)          Unit Fraction

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Newburgh Enlarged City School District                                                                                Math Grade 3
Curriculum Mapping 2010-2011                                                                                          Revised August 30, 2010

Essential           Assessment       Content (What Students Should    Skills (What Students Should Be      Perf.
Questions           (Evidence)       Know)                            Able To Do)                          Indicators   Resources
April         How does            Quizzes/Tests    Measurement                      Relate unit fractions to the face    3.M.8        Hands on Standards:
2010          mathematics help                                                      of the clock: Whole = 60                          Measurement
us to make                           Measure, compare and read        minutes, ½=30 minutes, ¼=15                        Lesson – 1 – pg. 134
comparisons?        Hands on         units of measure for:            minutes                                            Lesson 3 – pg.138
Standards        Time                                                                                Lesson 10- pg. 152
Assessments                                       Tell time to the minute, using       3.M.9
When is             Measurement      Counting coins and dollars       digital and analog clocks
estimation          Post- Test
appropriate?                         Length                           Count and represent combined         3.M.7
coins and dollars, using
Weight                           currency symbols (\$0.00)
What tools do we
use to measure:                      Capacity                         Select tools and units               3.M.1        Coach Workbooks
length                                                              (customary) appropriate for the
weight                             Estimating measurements          length measured                                   Supplemental Materials
capacity
time                               Reasonableness of                Use a ruler/yardstick to measure     3.M.2        Math Websites
measurement                      to the nearest standard unit
Review for NYS                                    (whole and ½ inches, whole
Grade 3 Math                                      feet, and whole yards
Assessment
Measure objects, using ounces        3.M.3
and pounds

Recognize capacity as an             3.M.4
attribute that can be measured
Content Vocabulary
May 11-                           NYS Grade 3                                       Compare capacities (e.g., Which      3.M.5
May 13        ** Process          Assessment       Mass, pound, ounce, cup,         contains more? Which contains
2011          Vocabulary                           gallon, pint, quart, capacity,   less?)
should be                            inch, foot, yard, customary
ongoing                              measurement system, standard     Measure capacity, using cups,        3.M.6
throughout the                       and nonstandard measure,         pints, quarts, and gallons
year                                 currency, currency symbols,
coin                             Select and use standard              3.M.10
(customary) and non-standard
units to estimate measurements

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Newburgh Enlarged City School District                                                                                Math Grade 3
Curriculum Mapping 2010-2011                                                                                          Revised August 30, 2010

Essential           Assessment                                                  Skills (What Students            Perf
Questions           (Evidence)        Content (What Students Should Know)       Should Be Able To Do)            Indicators   Resources
May/June      How are factors,    Quizzes /Tests    Number Sense and Operations               Explore equivalent fractions     3.N.14       Hands on Standards:
2011         multiples,                                                                      (1/2, 1/3, 1/4)                               Algebra and
divisors, and       Hands on          Exploring Equivalent Fractions                                                          Probability and
products related?   Standards                                                                                                 Statistics
Assessments       Comparing and Ordering Unit Fractions     Compare and order unit           3.N.15       Lesson 17 – pg. 48
How can             Algebra and       on a Number Line                          fractions (1/2, 1/3, 1/4) and                 Lesson 18 – pg. 50
mathematics be      Probability and                                             find their approximate
used to model       Statistics           Algebra                                locations on a number line
real world          Post- Test
situations?                           Comparing Fractions Using Symbols         Use the symbols <, >, =          3.A.1        Coach Workbooks
(with an d without the use of
Geometry                               a number line) to compare                     Supplemental
How does                                                                        whole numbers and unit                        Materials
mathematics help                      Congruent and Similar Figures             fractions (1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/5,
us to make                                                                      1/6, and 1/10)                                Math Websites
comparisons?                             Statistics and Probability

Collecting and Recording Data in Tables   Formulate questions about        3.S.1
How does                                                                        themselves and their
mathematics help                                                                surroundings
us to collect,
display, analyze                                                                                                              Fraction Fun by D.A.
and interpret                                                                   Collect data using               3.S.2        Adler
data?                                                                           observation and surveys,
and record appropriately

** Process
Vocabulary
should be                             Content Vocabulary
ongoing                               Similar figures, congruent
throughout the                        Equivalent fractions
year

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Newburgh Enlarged City School District                                                              Math Grade 3
Curriculum Mapping 2010-2011                                                                        Revised August 30, 2010

Essential question - What we want students to think about relative to a content area.
Assessments focus upon comprehension, knowledge, evaluation, synthesis, analysis and application.
Assessment Evidence - Samples of ways that student learning can be measured
Performance Indicator - NYSED defined descriptions of student achievement

Assessment will include reference to Bloom's Verbs and Matching Assessment Types
Item Maps
Specific reference date of benchmarks

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