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September 5, 2012                                           2012-2013 Year-at-a-Glance Chart for 5th grade Math
1st Six Weeks: August 27 – October 5                         2nd Six Weeks: October 8 – November 16                               3rd Six Weeks: November 19 – December 20
29 days                                                      29 days                                                              21 days
TEKS 5.1A Use place value to read whole numbers              Round whole numbers and decimals through the tenths place            TEKS 5.5A Describe the relationship between sets of data in graphic organizers
through 999,999,999,999. Supporting Standard; RC#1           to approximate reasonable results in problem situations.             such as lists, tables, charts, and diagrams. (Questions may require students to:
●Analyze patterns where the difference in the ones place is the same; such as
TEKS 5.4A Use strategies including rounding and compatible           13,17,23,27,… The numbers 193 and 497 would be in this pattern since the pattern
TEKS 5.1A Use place value to write whole numbers
numbers to estimate solutions to addition, subtraction,              includes only numbers with 3 and 7 in the ones place.
through 999,999,999,999. Supporting Standard; RC#1           multiplication and division problems. Supporting Standard;           ●Analyze patterns where the difference in the terms is positive, negative, or both;
RC#1                                                                 such as 30,26,29,25,28,24,27…The pattern is –4, + 3.
TEKS 5.1A Use place value to compare whole numbers                                                                                ●Analyze information in a table.
through 999,999,999,999. Supporting Standard; RC#1           TEKS 5.16B Justify why an answer is reasonable and explain the       Example:
solution process.
Number of Feet              4     7   9
TEKS 5.1A Use place value to order whole numbers
TEKS 5.6A Select from and use diagrams and equations such                Number of Inches           48     84 108
through 999,999,999,999. Supporting Standard; RC#1
as y = 5+3 to represent meaningful problem situations.
(Questions may require students to write a word problem or           In reference to this table, students may be asked how many inches are in 16 feet.
TEKS 5.1B Use place value to read decimals through the       question that pertains to a newspaper advertisement or a number      ●Organize information from a word problem into a table in order to solve the
thousandths place. Supporting Standard; RC#1                 sentence such as                                                     problem. Example: If a group of 5 people paid \$19 for tickets, how many student
5 – 2 = ____.) Supporting Standard; RC#2                             tickets could be bought if each adult ticket cost \$5 and each student ticket cost \$2?
TEKS 5.1B Use place value to write decimals through the                                                                           ●Transfer information from a word problem into a table OR identify the correct
thousandths place. Supporting Standard; RC#1                 TEKS 5.5B Identify prime and composite numbers using                 table that corresponds to the information provided in a word problem. Example:
concrete objects and pictorial models and patterns in factor         Aaron weighs twice as much as Danny. Joe weighs 12 pounds more than Danny. If
TEKS 5.1B Use place value to compare decimals through        pairs. (Example: Write a prime factor for the composite number       Danny weighs 30 pounds, find the table (or make a table) that shows the correct
12.) Supporting Standard; RC#2                                       weights of all 3 people.)
the thousandths place. Supporting Standard; RC#1
T                                                            TEKS 5.5B Identify prime and composite numbers using patterns
EKS 5.1B Use place value to order decimals through the       in factor pairs. Supporting Standard; RC#2                           TEKS 5.16A Make generalizations from patterns or sets of examples and
thousandths place. Supporting Standard; RC#1                                                                                      nonexamples. (Describe the rule in a pattern)
Identify prime factors of a whole number.
TEKS 5.3A Use addition to solve problems involving
TEKS 5.12A Use fractions to describe the results of an experiment.
whole numbers. Readiness Standard; RC#1                      TEKS 5.3D Identify common factors of a set of whole numbers.         Supporting Standard; RC#5
TEKS 5.3A Use addition to solve problems involving           Supporting Standard; RC#1
decimals. Readiness Standard; RC#1                                                                                                TEKS 5.12B Use experimental results to make predictions. (Data in a table)
TEKS 5.2D Use models to relate decimals to fractions that name       Readiness Standard; RC#5
TEKS 5.3A Use subtraction to solve problems involving        tenths, hundredths, and thousandths.
whole numbers. Readiness Standard; RC#1                      Supporting Standard; RC#1                                            TEKS 5.12C List all possible outcomes of a probability experiment such as tossing
a coin.
TEKS 5.3A Use subtraction to solve problems involving                                                                             Supporting Standard; RC#5
decimals. (Questions require the knowledge of coins and      TEKS 5.2B Generate a mixed number equivalent to a given
improper fraction or generate an improper fraction equivalent to a
their sums. For example: What is the least number of coins                                                                        TEKS 5.7A Identify essential attributes including parallel, perpendicular and
mixed number. Supporting Standard; RC#1
that total \$ 0.26?) Readiness Standard; RC#1                                                                                      congruent parts of two-dimensional geometric figures. Supporting Standard;
RC#3
TEKS 5.3B Use multiplication to solve problems               TEKS 5.2C Compare two fractional quantities in problem-solving
involving whole numbers (no more than three digits times     situations using a variety of methods, including common
TEKS 5.7A Identify essential attributes including parallel, perpendicular, and
congruent parts of three-dimensional geometric figures. Supporting Standard;
RC#1                                                         TEKS 5.2A Generate a fraction equivalent to a given fraction such    RC#3
1       3      4        1
TEKS 5.3C Use division to solve problems involving           as     and     or      and . Readiness Standard; RC#1
2       6     12        3                                        TEKS 5.8A Sketch the results of translations, rotations, and reflections on a
whole numbers (no more than two-digit divisors and three-                                                                         Quadrant I coordinate grid. Readiness Standard; RC#3
digit dividends without technology, including interpreting   TEKS 5.3E Model situations using addition involving fractions
the remainder within a given context. Readiness              with like denominators using concrete objects, pictures, words and
TEKS 5.8B Identify the transformation that generates one figure from the other
numbers. Supporting Standard; RC#1
Standard; RC#1                                                                                                                    when given two congruent figures on a Quadrant I coordinate grid. Supporting
TEKS 5.3E Model situations using subtraction involving fractions     Standard; RC#3
with like denominators using concrete objects, pictures, words and
numbers. Supporting Standard; RC#1                                   TEKS 5.9A Locate and name points on a coordinate grid using ordered pairs of
whole numbers. Supporting Standard; RC#3
WESLACO INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
2012-2013 Year-at-a-Glance Chart for 5th grade Math
4th Six Weeks: January 9 – February 22                       5th Six Weeks: February 25 – April 19                        6th Six Weeks: April 22 – June 5
32 days                                                      33 days                                                      33 days
TEKS 5.10B Connect models for perimeter, area, and           TEKS 5.14A Identify the mathematics in everyday              TEKS 5.15A Explain and record observations using
volume with their respective formulas.                       situations.                                                  objects, words, pictures, numbers, and technology.
Supporting Standard; RC#4
TEKS 5.14B Solve a problem that incorporates                 TEKS 5.15B Relate informal language to mathematical
TEKS 5.10C Select and use appropriate units and              understanding the problem, making a plan, carrying out       language and symbols.
formulas to measure length and perimeter. (Find              the plan, and evaluating the solution for reasonableness.
TEKS 5.10C Select and use appropriate units and              TEKS 5.14C Select or develop an appropriate problem-
formulas to measure area. Readiness Standard; RC#4           solving strategy, including drawing a picture, looking
for a pattern, systematic guessing and checking, acting it
TEKS 5.10C Select and use appropriate units and              out, making a table, working a simpler problem, or
formulas to measure volume. Readiness Standard;              working backwards to solve a problem.
RC#4
TEKS 5.11A Solve problems involving changes in               TEKS 5.14D Use tools such as real objects,
temperature. Supporting Standard; RC#4                       manipulatives, and technology to solve problems.

TEKS 5.11B Solve problems involving elapsed time.
Supporting Standard; RC#4
TEKS 5.13A Use tables of related number pairs to
make line graphs. Supporting Standard; RC#5
TEKS 5.13C Graph a given set of data using an
appropriate graphical representation such as a picture or
line graph. Supporting Standard; RC#5
TEKS 5.13B Describe characteristics of data presented
in tables and graphs including median, mode and range.
(Determine, mode, median and range from a graph.
statement about the data in the graph is not true. The
answer statements may pertain to mode, median, range,
and/or general observations about the graph.)