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Youngstown City Schools Instruction Department 2009-2010 School Year Math Pacing Guide Grade 5 Quarter 3 RESOURCES/ACTIIVITIES (Basic, STANDARD, BENCHMARK, GRADE LEVEL TOPICS INTERDISCIPLINARY Proficient, Accelerated) ASSESSMENT/ PAGE OF ACADEMIC INDICATOR CORRELATIONS EVIDENCE COLLECTION CONTENT STANDARDS Mathematical Process ME 1 .Identify and select point line ray angle Assessment Options: Standards appropriate units to line segment Assessing Prior A. Clarify problem-solving measure angles; i.e., parallel lines Knowledge: Check situation and identify potential degrees. intersecting lines What you Know solution processes; e.g.,consider perpendicular lines Lesson: Angles and Lines Test Preparation: different strategies and ME 7. Use benchmark degree Standardized Test approaches to a problem, restate angles (e.g.; 45º, 90º, Lesson : 20.1 Lines and Angles Prep, Mixed Review problem from various 120º) to estimate the protractor TE pp. 428-431 and Test Prep, Getting perspectives. measure of angles, and Ready for the Ohio B. Apply and adapt problem- use a tool to measure and Mathematics solving strategies to solve a draw angles. acute angle Achievement Test. variety of problems, including angle Formal Assessment: unfamiliar and non-routine GSS 2. Use standard degree Lesson: Degrees of Rotation Chapter Review/Test, problem situations. language to describe line, line segment Lesson : 20.2 Measure and Draw Pretest and Posttest C. Use more than one strategy segment, ray, angle, obtuse angle Angles Options, Unit Test to solve a problem, and skew, parallel and ray TE pp. 432-433 Student Self- recognize there are advantages perpendicular. right angle Assessment: How Did associated with various rotation I Do, A Guide to My methods. GSS 3. Label vertex, rays, Math Portfolio, Math D. Recognize whether an interior and exterior for an Journal estimate or an exact solution is angle. protractor Continuous appropriate for a given problem ray, vertex, Assessment: Quick situation. vertices, Review, Mixed Review E. Use deductive thinking to acute, obtuse, and Test prep, Number construct informal arguments to right, degree of of the Day, Lesson Quiz support reasoning and to justify rotation solutions to problems. GSS 7.Understand that Lesson: 20.3 Angles and Polygons F. Use inductive thinking to the measure of an angle is polygon, TE pp. 434-437 generalize a pattern of determined by the degree regular polygon observations for particular cases, of rotation of an angle side Assessments make conjectures, and provide rather than the length of supporting arguments for either side. conjectures. G. Relate mathematical ideas Youngstown City Schools Instruction Department 2009-2010 School Year Math Pacing Guide Grade 5 Quarter 3 RESOURCES/ACTIIVITIES (Basic, STANDARD, BENCHMARK, GRADE LEVEL TOPICS INTERDISCIPLINARY Proficient, Accelerated) ASSESSMENT/ PAGE OF ACADEMIC INDICATOR CORRELATIONS EVIDENCE COLLECTION CONTENT STANDARDS to one another and to other GSS 1. Draw circles, and radius content areas; e.g., use area identify and determine radius Assessment Options: models for adding fractions, relationships among the diameter Assessing Prior interpret graphs in reading, radius, diameter, center degrees Properties of Circles – Grade Five Knowledge: Check science and social studies. and circumference: e.g., center the circle What you Know H. Use representations to radius is half the diameter, circumference Lesson: 20.4 Circles Test Preparation: organize and communicate the ratio of the pi TE pp 438-441 Standardized Test mathematical thinking and circumference of a circle Prep, Mixed Review problem solutions. to its diameter is an Lesson : 25.4 Algebra: and Test Prep, Getting I. Select, apply, and translate approximation of . Circumference Ready for the Ohio among mathematical TE pp. 552-553 Mathematics representations to solve GSS 5. Use physical isosceles Lesson: 21.1 Triangles Achievement Test. problems; e.g., representing models to determine the scalene TE pp. 456-459 Formal Assessment: a number as a fraction, decimal sum of the interior angles equilateral Chapter Review/Test, or percent as appropriate for a of triangles and Pretest and Posttest problem. quadrilaterals. Options, Unit Test J. Communicate mathematical Student Self- thinking to others and analyze ME 6. Use strategies to Assessment: How Did the mathematical thinking and develop formulas for I Do, A Guide to My strategies of others. determining perimeter and Math Portfolio, Math K. Recognize and use area of triangles, Journal mathematical language and rectangles and Continuous symbols when reading, writing parallelograms, and Assessment: Quick and conversing with others. volume of rectangular Review, Mixed Review prisms. and Test prep, Number Benchmarks of the Day, Problem of By the end of the 5-7 program: GSS 4.Describe and use congruent Lesson: 20.5 Congruent and Similar the Day, Lesson Quiz Geometry and Spatial Sense properties of congruent similar Figures A. Identify and label angle parts figures to solve problems. polygon TE pp. 442 – 445 and the regions defined within the plane where the angle GSS 2. Use standard resides. language to describe line, Assessments B. Draw circles, and identify and segment, ray, angle, determine the relationships skew, parallel and among the radius, diameter, perpendicular. center and circumference. Youngstown City Schools Instruction Department 2009-2010 School Year Math Pacing Guide Grade 5 Quarter 3 RESOURCES/ACTIIVITIES (Basic, STANDARD, BENCHMARK, GRADE LEVEL TOPICS INTERDISCIPLINARY Proficient, Accelerated) ASSESSMENT/ PAGE OF ACADEMIC INDICATOR CORRELATIONS EVIDENCE COLLECTION CONTENT STANDARDS D. Identify, describe and classify types of line pairs, angles, two- ME 5. Make conversions Lesson: 24.1 Customary Length dimensional figures and three- within the same TE pp. 522-525 dimensional objects using their measurement properties. system while performing Lesson: 24.2 Metric Length F. Describe and use the computations. TE pp. 526-527 concepts of congruence, . similarity and symmetry Lesson 7.1 Multiply Whole Numbers o solve problems. TE pp. 148 – 149 G. Describe and use properties of triangles to solve Lesson 7.2 Multiply by 1-Digit problems involving angle Numbers measures and side lengths of TE pp. 150– 151 right triangles. I. Identify and draw Lesson 7.3 Multiply by 2-Digit three-dimensional objects Numbers from different views TE pp. 152 - 153 (top, side, front and side perspective). Lesson: 24.3 Change Linear Units Measurement. TE pp. 528-531 A. Select appropriate units to measure angles, circumference, surface area, NNS 5. Recognize and exponent Lesson: 14.1 Introduction to mass and volume,using: identify perfect squares “squaring” (for Exponents • U.S. customary units; and their roots. labeling area) e.g., degrees, square “cubing” (for feet, pounds, and other labeling volume) units as appropriate; ME 6. Use strategies to • metric units; e.g., develop formulas for square meters, determining kilograms and other perimeter and area of Lesson: Linear, Square and Cubic units as appropriate. triangles, rectangles and Units B. Convert units of length, area, parallelograms, and volume, mass and time within volume of rectangular Lesson: 26.2 Area of Squares and the same measurement system. prisms. Rectangles C. Identify appropriate tools TE pp. 564-567 Youngstown City Schools Instruction Department 2009-2010 School Year Math Pacing Guide Grade 5 Quarter 3 RESOURCES/ACTIIVITIES (Basic, STANDARD, BENCHMARK, GRADE LEVEL TOPICS INTERDISCIPLINARY Proficient, Accelerated) ASSESSMENT/ PAGE OF ACADEMIC INDICATOR CORRELATIONS EVIDENCE COLLECTION CONTENT STANDARDS and apply appropriate ME 4. Demonstrate techniques for measuring understanding of the angles, perimeter or differences among linear circumference and area of units, square units and triangles, quadrilaterals, circles cubic units. and composite shapes, and surface area and volume ME 6. Use strategies to area Lesson: 26.3 Relate Perimeter and of prisms and cylinders. develop formulas for attribute Area E. Use problem solving determining perimeter and perimeter TE pp. 568 – 571 techniques and technology area of triangles, square units as needed to solve problems rectangles and width Lesson: 26.4 Area of Triangles involving length, weight, parallelograms, and polygon, TE pp. 572-575 perimeter, area, volume, time volume of rectangular regular polygon and temperature. prisms. quadrilaterals, Lesson: 26.5 Area of Parallelograms F. Analyze and explain what parallelogram, TE pp. 576 – 579 happens to area and ME 4. Demonstrate trapezoid, perimeter or surface area understanding of the rhombus and volume when the differences among linear dimensions of an object are units, square units and dimensions changed. cubic units. length G. Understand and demonstrate width the independence of perimeter and area for two-dimensional ME 4. Demonstrate solid figures Lesson: 21.4 Solid Figures shapes and of surface area and understanding of the base, face TE pp. 466-469 volume for three- dimensional differences among linear prism shapes. units, square units and pyramid Number and Number Sense cubic units. 3-dimensional Operations G. Apply and explain the use GSS 8. Predict what net Lesson: 27.1 Nets For Solid Figures of prime factorizations, common three-dimensional object TE pp. 586-589 factors, and common multiples in will result from folding a problem situations. two-dimensional net, then It’s In The Bag, TE pp. 604 confirm the prediction by folding the net. Youngstown City Schools Instruction Department 2009-2010 School Year Math Pacing Guide Grade 5 Quarter 3 RESOURCES/ACTIIVITIES (Basic, STANDARD, BENCHMARK, GRADE LEVEL TOPICS INTERDISCIPLINARY Proficient, Accelerated) ASSESSMENT/ PAGE OF ACADEMIC INDICATOR CORRELATIONS EVIDENCE COLLECTION CONTENT STANDARDS ME 3. Demonstrate and Lesson: 27.2 Surface Area Describe the differences surface area TE pp. 590-591 between covering the faces (surface area) and filling the interior (volume) of three-dimensional objects. ME 3. Demonstrate and cubic units Lesson: 27.3 Algebra: Estimate and describe the differences Find Volume between covering the TE pp. 592-595 faces (surface area) and filling the interior (volume) volume Lesson: 27.4 Measure Perimeter of three-dimensional dimensions Area and Volume objects. length TE pp. 596-597 width GSS 4.Describe and use height Technology Linkup properties of congruent TE p. 609 figures to solve problems. Lesson: 27.5 Problem Solving Skill: Use a Formula TE pp. 598-599 Performance Assessment (Volume and Surface Area) TE p. 608 5. Make conversions millimeter (mm), Lesson : 24.4 Customary Capacity within the same centimeter (cm), and Weight measurement system meter (m), TE pp. 532-533 while performing kilometer (km) computations. mass milligrams, grams, Lesson: Customary Measurement kilograms Conversions (liquids) Youngstown City Schools Instruction Department 2009-2010 School Year Math Pacing Guide Grade 5 Quarter 3 RESOURCES/ACTIIVITIES (Basic, STANDARD, BENCHMARK, GRADE LEVEL TOPICS INTERDISCIPLINARY Proficient, Accelerated) ASSESSMENT/ PAGE OF ACADEMIC INDICATOR CORRELATIONS EVIDENCE COLLECTION CONTENT STANDARDS Lesson : 24.5 Metric Capacity and capacity Mass cup TE pp. 534-535 customary measures Lesson Problem Solving On gallon Location: In Washington D.C pint TE pp. 610-611. quart standard measures teaspoon tablespoon milliliters liters kiloliters

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