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2012-2013 SHELTON SD MBA Blueprint June 15, 2012 MBA 1 MBA 2 MBA 3 WA PE Standard Text CCSS November February April-May Content not assessed on the MBA 2012-2013 SHELTON SD MBA Blueprint June 15, 2012 MBA 1 MBA 2 MBA 3 WA PE Standard Text CCSS November February April-May Represent multi-digit division using place value models and connect the 5.1.A representation to the related equation. Determine quotients for multiples of 10 and 100 by applying knowledge of 5.1.B place value and properties of operations. Fluently and accurately divide up to a four-digit number by one- or two-digit 5.1.C 5.NBT.6 X divisors using the standard long-division algorithm. Estimate quotients to approximate solutions and determine reasonableness 5.1.D of answers in problems involving up to two-digit divisors. Mentally divide two-digit numbers by one-digit divisors and explain the 5.1.E strategies used. Solve single- and multi-step word problems involving multi-digit division and 5.1.F verify the solutions . Represent addition and subtraction of fractions and mixed numbers using 5.2.A visual and numerical models, and connect the representation to the related 5.NF.2 X equation. Represent addition and subtraction of decimals using place value models 5.2.B 5.NBT.7 X and connect the representation to the related equation. Given two fractions with unlike denominators, rewrite the fractions with a 5.2.C common denominator. Determine the greatest common factor and the least common multiple of 5.2.D two or more whole numbers. Fluently and accurately add and subtract fractions, including mixed numbers. 5.2.E 5.NF.1 X Note: The MBA items have fractions with unlike denominators to better represent CCSS 5.NF.1. 5.2.F Fluently and accurately add and subtract decimals. 5.NBT.7 X Estimate sums and differences of fractions, mixed numbers, and decimals to 5.2.G approximate solutions to problems and determine reasonableness of answers. Content not assessed on the MBA 2012-2013 SHELTON SD MBA Blueprint June 15, 2012 MBA 1 MBA 2 MBA 3 WA PE Standard Text CCSS November February April-May Solve single- and multi-step word problems involving addition and 5.2.H subtraction of whole numbers, fractions (including mixed numbers), and 5.NF.2 X decimals, and verify the solutions . Solve real world problems involving multiplication of fractions and mixed number, e.g., by using visual fractions models or equations to represent the 5.NF.6 X problem. Solve real world problems involving division of unit fractions by non-zero whole numbers and division of whole numbers by unit fractions., e.g., by 5.NF.7c X using visual fraction models and equations to represent the problem. 5.3.A Classify quadrilaterals. 5.G.4 X 5.3.B Identify, sketch, and measure acute, right, and obtuse angles. Identify, describe , and classify triangles by angle measure and number of 5.3.C 5.G.4 X congruent sides. Determine the formula for the area of a parallelogram by relating it to the 5.3.D area of a rectangle. Determine the formula for the area of a triangle by relating it to the area of 5.3.E a parallelogram. 5.3.F Determine the perimeters and areas of triangles and parallelograms. Draw quadrilaterals and triangles from given information about sides and 5.3.G angles. Determine the number and location of lines of symmetry in triangles and 5.3.H quadrilaterals. Solve single- and multi-step word problems about the perimeters and areas 5.3.I of quadrilaterals and triangles and verify the solutions . Describe and create a rule for numerical and geometric patterns and extend 5.4.A the patterns. Write a rule to describe the relationship between two sets of data that are 5.4.B linearly related. Content not assessed on the MBA 2012-2013 SHELTON SD MBA Blueprint June 15, 2012 MBA 1 MBA 2 MBA 3 WA PE Standard Text CCSS November February April-May Write algebraic expressions that represent simple situations and evaluate the expressions, using substitution when variables are involved. 5.4.C 5.OA.1 X Note: 5.4.C items may have expressions in the form 4d or 4 × d and include numerical expressions to better represent CCSS 5.OA.1. Graph ordered pairs in the coordinate plane for two sets of data related by a 5.4.D linear rule and draw the line they determine. 5.5.A Classify numbers as prime or composite. 5.5.B Determine and interpret the mean of a small data set of whole numbers. 5.5.C Construct and interpret line graphs. 5.G.2 X 5.6.A Determine the question(s) to be answered given a problem situation. Identify information that is given in a problem and decide whether it is 5.6.B essential or extraneous to the solution of the problem. 5.6.C Determine whether additional information is needed to solve the problem. Determine whether a problem to be solved is similar to previously solved 5.6.D problems, and identify possible strategies for solving the problem. Select and use one or more appropriate strategies to solve a problem, and 5.6.E explain the choice of strategy. Represent a problem situation using words, numbers, pictures, physical 5.6.F objects, or symbols. Explain why a specific problem-solving strategy or procedure was used to 5.6.G determine a solution. Analyze and evaluate whether a solution is reasonable, is mathematically 5.6.H correct, and answers the question. Summarize mathematical information, draw conclusions, and explain 5.6.I reasoning. Make and test conjectures based on data (or information) collected from 5.6.J explorations and experiments. 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