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SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS

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SUBMISSION TITLE: Interactive Mathematics Program

PUBLISHER: Key Curriculum Press

STRAND: Number Sense, Concepts, and Operations                                                                               ______

STANDARD: The student understands the different ways numbers are represented and used in the real world. (MA.A.1.4)
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EXPECTATIONS                                    WHERE TAUGHT

1. associates verbal                                           Throughout all units, all four years.
names, written word                                            Specifically Complex Numbers:
names, and standard
YEAR 4
numerals with integers,
rational numbers,                                               Know How
irrational numbers, real                                          Complex Numbers: pp. 236-239                       I
numbers, and complex
numbers.1, 2, 3

2. understands the relative                                    Throughout all units, all four years.
size of integers, rational
numbers, irrational
numbers, and real
numbers.1, 2

3. understands concrete                                        Throughout all units, all four years.
and symbolic
Specifically Complex Numbers:
representations of real,
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EXPECTATIONS                  WHERE TAUGHT
and complex numbers in
YEAR 4
real-world situations.1, 2, 3
Know How
Complex Numbers: pp. 236-239
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4. understands that                            YEAR 1
numbers can be                                  The Game of Pig
represented in a variety of                                                                          I
O to 1, or Never to Always: pp. 113
equivalent forms,                                                                                    I
Portraits of Probabilities: pp. 117-118
including integers,                                                                                  I
Mystery Rugs: pp. 121
fractions, decimals,                                                                                 I
Coins, Coins, Coins: pp. 125
percents, scientific                                                                                 I
One-and-One: pp. 135
notation, exponents,                                                                                 I
A Sixty- Percent Solution: pp. 136
The Theory of One-and-One: pp. 137
and logarithms.1, 2, 3                                                                               I
Streak-Shooting Shelly: pp. 138

YEAR 2
Do Bees Build It Best?
Make the Lines Count: pp. 231                      M
Simply Square Roots: pp. 255                       I

A New Kind of Cake: pp. 289                      I
Piece after Piece: pp. 390                       I
Many Meals for Alice: pp. 392                    I
In Search of the Law: pp. 393                    I
Having Your Cake and Drinking Too: pp. 394-395   I
Continuing the Pattern: pp. 397-398              I
Negative Reflections: pp. 399                    I
Stranger Piece of Cake: pp. 406                  I
Confusion Reigns: pp. 407-408                    I
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EXPECTATIONS                         WHERE TAUGHT
Sending Alice to the Moon: pp. 413          I
Alice on a Log: pp. 414                     I
Taking Logs to the Axes: pp. 415            I
YEAR 3
Small World, Isn’t It?
The Sound of a Logarithm: pp. 339-340         I
A Basis For Disguise: pp. 345-346             I

STRAND: Number Sense, Concepts, and Operations                                                                  ______

STANDARD: The student demonstrates understanding of number systems. (MA.A.2.4).
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EXPECTATIONS                                 WHERE TAUGHT

1. understands and uses                                YEAR 3
the basic concepts of                                   Small World Isn’t It?
limits and infinity.2, 3
The Instant of Impact: pp. 313                M
Doctor‟s Orders; pp. 314                      M
Photo Finish: pp. 315                         M
Speed and Slope: pp. 316                      M
ZOOOOOOM: pp. 317                             M
The Growth of the Oil Slick: pp. 318          M
Speeds, Rates, and Derivatives: pp. 319-320   M
Zooming Free-for-All: pp. 321                 M
YEAR 4
The World of Functions
Don‟t Divide That!: pp. 283-284               I
Difficult Denominators: pp. 285               I
Return of the Shadow: pp. 286                 I
An Average Drive: pp. 287                     I
Approaching Infinity: pp. 288                 I
The End of a Function: pp. 289                I
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EXPECTATIONS                 WHERE TAUGHT
Creating the Ending You Want: pp. 290

2. understands and uses                        Throughout all units, all four years.
the real number system.1,
2, 3

3. understands the                         YEAR 4
structure of the complex                    Know How
number system.3
Complex Numbers: pp. 236-239             I

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STRAND: Number Sense, Concepts, and Operations                                                                                      ______

STANDARD: The student understands the effects of operations on numbers and the relationships among these operations, selects appropriate
operations, and computes for problem solving. (MA.A.3.4)
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EXPECTATIONS                                WHERE TAUGHT

1. understands and                                              YEAR 2
explains the effects of                                          Do Bees Build It Best?
Simply Square Roots: pp. 245                          I
multiplication, and
division on real numbers,
A New Kind of Cake: pp. 289                           M
including square roots,
Piece after Piece: pp. 390                            I
exponents, and
Many Meals for Alice: pp. 392                         I
appropriate inverse
In Search of the Law: pp. 393                         I
relationships.1, 2
Having Your Cake and Drinking Too: pp. 394-395        I
Continuing the Pattern: pp. 397-398                   I
Negative Reflections: pp. 399                         I
Stranger Piece of Cake: pp. 406                       I
Confusion Reigns: pp. 407-408                         I

2. selects and justifies                                        YEAR 2
alternative strategies, such                                     Solve It!
as using properties of
A Lot of Changing Sides: pp. 39                       I
numbers, including
Why Are They Equivalent?: pp. 40-41                   I
inverse, identity,
On Each Way: pp. 42                                   I
distributive, associative,
Distributing the Area: pp. 43-44                      I
transitive, that
The Distributive Property and Mystery Lots: pp. 45-   I
Mathematics allow
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operational shortcuts for
Views of the Distributive Property: pp. 47-49         I
computational procedures
in real-world or
mathematical problems.1, 2                                        All About Alice
Piece after Piece: pp. 390                          I
Many Meals for Alice: pp. 392                       I
In Search of the Law: pp. 393                       I
Having Your Cake and Drinking Too: pp. 394-395      I
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EXPECTATIONS                    WHERE TAUGHT
Continuing the Pattern: pp. 397-398             I
Negative Reflections: pp. 399                   I
Stranger Piece of Cake: pp. 406                 I
Confusion Reigns: pp. 407-408                   I
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YEAR 3
Things We Take for Granted: pp. 242               I
Finding an Inverse: pp. 243                       I
Inverses and Equations: pp. 244                   I
Calculators Again: pp. 245                        I

3. adds, subtracts,                             Throughout all units, all four years.
multiplies, and divides
real numbers, including                         For example:
square roots and
exponents, using                                YEAR 2
appropriate methods of                           Do Bees Build It Best?
computing, such as                                  Simply Square Roots: pp. 245                     I
paper and pencil, and                               A New Kind of Cake: pp. 289                      I
calculator.1, 2                                     Piece after Piece: pp. 390                       I
Many Meals for Alice: pp. 392                    I
In Search of the Law: pp. 393                    I
Having Your Cake and Drinking Too: pp. 394-395   I
Continuing the Pattern: pp. 397-398              I
Negative Reflections: pp. 399                    I
Stranger Piece of Cake: pp. 406                  I
Confusion Reigns: pp. 407-408                    I

STRAND: Number Sense, Concepts, and Operations                                                              ______

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STANDARD: The student uses estimation in problem solving and computation. (MA.A.4.4)
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EXPECTATIONS                                  WHERE TAUGHT

1. uses estimation                                        Throughout all units, all four years.
strategies in complex
situations to predict                                     For example:
results and to check the
reasonableness of                                         YEAR 2
results.1, 2, 3                                            Do Bees Build It Best?
Approximating Area: pp. 204-205               I
Any Two Sides Work: pp. 228-229               M

STRAND: Number Sense, Concepts, and Operations                                                                    ______

STANDARD: The student understands and applies theories related to numbers. (MA.A.5.4)
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EXPECTATIONS                                    WHERE TAUGHT

1. applies special number                                 YEAR 1
relationships such as                                      Patterns
sequences and series to
Describing Patterns: pp. 9                   M
real-world problems.1, 2
Squares and Scoops: pp. 56                   M
YEAR 3
Pennant Fever
Binomials and Pascal – Part I: pp. 455       M
Binomials and Pascal – Part II: pp. 456      M
“Race for the Pennant!” Revisited: pp. 459   M

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STRAND: Measurement                                                                                                     ______

STANDARD: The student measures quantities in the real world and uses the measures to solve problems. (MA.B.1.4)
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EXPECTATIONS                                     WHERE TAUGHT

1. uses concrete and                                           YEAR 2
graphic models to derive                                        Do Bees Build It Best?
formulas for finding
Nailing Down Area: pp. 202-203                 I
perimeter, area, surface
Approximating Area: pp. 204-205                I
area, circumference, and
How Many Can You Find?: pp. 206                I
volume of two- and three-
That‟s All There Is!: pp. 207                  I
dimensional shapes,
An Area Shortcut?: pp. 208                     I
including rectangular
Halving Your Way: pp. 208-209                  I
solids, cylinders, cones,
The Ins and Outs of Are: pp. 210               I
and pyramids.1, 2
Going into the Gallery: pp 213-214             I
Forming Formulas: pp. 215                      I
Rectangles Are Boring!: pp. 242                I
More Fencing, Bigger Corrals: pp. 243          I
More Opinions About Corrals: pp. 244           I
Flat Cubes: pp. 25                             I
Flat Boxes: pp. 253                            I
Not a sound: pp. 254                           I
A Voluminous Task: pp. 255-256                 I
Put Your Fist into It: pp. 257                 I
The Ins and Outs of Boxes: pp. 258             I
A Sculpture Garden: pp. 259                    I
Shedding Light on Prisms: pp. 262-263          I
Back on the Farm: pp. 266                      I
Which Holds More?: pp. 267                     I
Cereal Box Sizes: pp. 268-269                  I
YEAR 3
Orchard Hideout
Squaring the Circle: pp. 90-91                I
Using the Squared Circle: pp. 92-93           I
Hexagoning the Circle: pp. 94                 I
Octagoning the Circle: pp. 95                 I
Polygoning the Circle: pp. 96                 I
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EXPECTATIONS                 WHERE TAUGHT
Cylindrical Soda: pp. 115-116                    I

2. uses concrete and                           YEAR 1
graphic models to derive                        The Overland Trail
formulas for finding rate,
What We Needed: pp. 256-257                        I
distance, time, angle
Catching Up: pp. 275-276                           I
measures, and arc
Water for One More: pp. 277                        I
lengths.1, 2
Catching Up by Saturday Night: pp. 278             I
Catching Up at Auburn: pp. 279-280                 I
Getting the Gold: pp. 285                          I
YEAR 3
Small World Isn’t It?
How Many More People?: pp. 285-286                 M
Growing Up: pp. 287                                M
Story Sketches: pp. 289-290                        I
What a Mess!: pp. 291                              I
Traveling Time: pp. 292-293                        I
Comparative Growth: pp. 294                        I
If Looks Don‟t Matter, What Does?: pp. 295-297     I
Formulating the Rate: pp. 299                      I
Rates, Graphs, Slopes, and Formulas: pp. 300-301   I

3. relates the concepts of                     YEAR 1
and proportionality in
Draw the Same Shape: pp. 415-416                   I
real-world situations.1, 2, 3
How the Shrink It?: pp. 417                        I
The Statue of Liberty‟s Nose: pp. 418              I
Make It Similar: pp. 419                           I
Similar Problems: pp. 426-427                      I
From Top to Bottom: pp. 430                        I
Ins and Outs of Proportion: pp. 444-445            I
Now You See It, Now You Don‟t: pp. 449             I
Mirror Magic: pp. 450-451                          I
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EXPECTATIONS            WHERE TAUGHT
To Measure a Tree: pp. 453-454    I
The Sun Shadow Problem: pp. 462   I
The Return of the Tree: pp. 463   I

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STRAND: Measurement                                                                                                              ______

STANDARD: The student compares, contrasts, and converts within systems of measurement (both standard/nonstandard and metric/customary).
(MA.B.2.4)
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EXPECTATIONS                                    WHERE TAUGHT

1. selects and uses direct                                     YEAR 1
(not measured) methods
Now You See It, Now You Don‟t: pp. 449               M
of measurement as
Mirror Magic: pp. 450-451                            M
appropriate.1, 3
To Measure a Tree: pp. 453-454                       I
The Sun Shadow Problem: pp. 462                      I
The Return of the Tree: pp. 463                      I
YEAR 2
Do Bees Build It Best?
Nailing Down Area: pp. 202-203                       I
Approximating Area: pp. 204-205                      I
How Many Can You Find: pp. 206                       I
An Area Shortcut?: pp. 208                           I
Halving Your Way: pp. 209                            I
The Ins and Outs of Area: pp. 210                    I
Forming Formulas: pp. 215                            I

2. solves real-world                                           YEAR 1
problems involving rated                                        Overland Trail
measures (miles per hour,
Catching Up: pp. 275-276                             I
feet per second).1
Water for One More: pp. 277-278                      I
Catching Up by Saturday Night: pp. 278               I
Catching Up at Auburn: pp. 279-280                   I
YEAR 3
Small World Isn’t It?
What a Mess!: pp. 291                                I
Traveling Time: pp. 292-293                          I
Wake Up!: pp. 303                                    I
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YEAR 4
High Dive
As the Ferris Wheel Turns: pp. 12-13
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STRAND: Measurement                                                                                            ______

STANDARD: The student estimates measurements in real-world problem situations. (MA.B.3.4)
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EXPECTATIONS                                   WHERE TAUGHT

1. solves real-world and                                 YEAR 1
mathematical problems                                     The Overland Trail
involving estimates of
Planning to the Long Journey: pp. 205-206   I
measurements, including
Lunchtime: pp. 208                          I
length, time, weight/mass,
POW 10: On Your Own: pp. 236-237            I
temperature, money,
perimeter, area, and                                     YEAR 2
volume, and estimates the                                 Do Bess Build It Best?
effects of measurement
Approximating Area: pp. 204-205             M
errors on calculations.1, 2, 3
An Area Shortcut?: pp. 208                  M
Falling Bridges: pp. 247                    I

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STRAND: Measurement                                                                                                                 ______

STANDARD: The student selects and uses appropriate units and instruments for measurement to achieve the degree of precision and accuracy
required in real-world situations. (MA.B.4.4)
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1. determines the level of                                      YEAR 2
accuracy and precision,                                          Do Bees Build It Best
including absolute and
Falling Bridges: pp. 247                               I
relative errors or
tolerance, required in real-
world measurement
situations.

2. selects and uses                                             Throughout all units, all four years.
appropriate instruments,
technology, and
techniques to measure
quantities in order to
achieve specified degrees
of accuracy in a problem
situation.

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STRAND: Geometry and Spatial Sense                                                                                     ______

STANDARD: The student describes, draws, identifies, and analyzes two- and three-dimensional shapes. (MA.C.1.4)
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EXPECTATIONS                                     WHERE TAUGHT

1. uses properties and                                         YEAR 1
relationships of geometric                                      Patterns
shapes to construct formal
Polygon Angles: pp. 52                       M
and informal proofs.1, 2, 3
A Proof Gone Bad: pp. 53                     M
YEAR 1
Overland Trail
Catching Up: pp. 275-276                      I
Triangular Counterexamples: pp. 423           I
Why Are Triangles Special?: pp. 425           I
Are Angles Enough?: pp. 428-429               I
What‟s Possible?: pp. 431-432                 I
What‟s the Angle?: pp. 437                    I
More About Angles: pp. 440                    I
Inside Similarity: pp. 441                    M
YEAR 2
Do Bees Build It Best?
Proof by Rugs                                 I

YEAR 3
Orchard Hideout
Only Two Flowers: pp. 71                     M
A Perpendicularity Proof: pp. 72             I
From Two Flowers to Three: pp. 73            M
Perpendicular and Vertical: pp. 85           I
Another Kind of Bisector: pp. 97-98          I
Proving Triples: pp. 99                      I

STRAND: Geometry and Spatial Sense                                                                                     ______
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STANDARD: The student visualizes and illustrates ways in which shapes can be combined, subdivided, and changed. (MA.C.2.4)
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EXPECTATIONS                                    WHERE TAUGHT

1. understands geometric                                       YEAR 1
perpendicularity,
Draw the Same Shape: pp. 415-416                     M
parallelism, tangency,
How the Shrink It?: pp. 417                          M
congruency, similarity,
The Statue of Liberty‟s Nose: pp. 418                I
reflections, symmetry,
Make It Similar: pp. 419                             I
and transformations
Similar Problems: pp. 426-427                        I
including flips, slides,
From Top to Bottom: pp. 430                          I
turns, enlargements,
More About Angles: pp. 440                           M
rotations, and fractals.1, 2, 3
A Parallel Proof: pp. 442-443                        I
Ins and Outs of Proportion: pp. 444-445              I
Now You See It, Now You Don‟t: pp. 449               I
Mirror Magic: pp. 450-451                            I
To Measure a Tree: pp. 453-454                       I
The Sun Shadow Problem: pp. 462                      I
The Return of the Tree: pp. 463                      I
YEAR 2
Do Bees Build It Best?
POW 9: Tessellation Pictures: pp. 234-236            I
A-Tessellating We Go: pp. 271                        I
YEAR 3
Orchard Hideout
Only Two Flowers: pp. 71                            M
A Perpendicularity Proof: pp. 72                    I
From Two Flowers to Three: pp. 73                   M
Perpendicular and Vertical: pp. 85                  I
Another Kind of Bisector: pp. 97                    M
YEAR 4
As the Cube Turns
An Animated Shape: pp. 124                          I
Some Back and Forth: pp. 127-128                    I
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EXPECTATIONS                 WHERE TAUGHT
Move That Line: pp. 134                         I
Goin‟ Round the Origin: pp. 143                 I
Comin‟ Round Again (and Again . . .): pp. 150   I
Swing That Line!: pp. 156                       I
Flipping Points: pp. 170-171                    I
Further Flips: pp 175                           I
Mirrors in Space: pp. 182                       I
Follow That Point!: pp. 185                     I
One Turn of a Cube: pp. 186                     I
Rotation Matrix in Three Dimensions: pp. 187    I

2. analyzes and applies                     YEAR 3
involving planar cross-
What Do They Have in Common?                      M
sections (the intersection
Trying Out Triples: pp. 185                       M
of a plane and a three-
Just the Plane Facts: pp. 188                     M
dimensional figure).3
YEAR 4
As the Cube Turns
An Animated Outline: pp. 181                     M
One Turn of a Cube: pp. 186                      I

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STRAND: Geometry and Spatial Sense                                                                                                   ______

STANDARD: The student uses coordinate geometry to locate objects in both two and three dimensions and to describe objects algebraically.
(MA.C.3.4
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EXPECTATIONS                                      WHERE TAUGHT

1. represents and applies                                        YEAR 1
relationships to solve real-
Similar Problems: pp. 426-427                          I
world and mathematical
Inventing Rules: pp. 435-436                           I
problems including ratio,
More Triangles for Shadows: pp. 461                    I
proportion, and properties
The Return of the Tree: pp. 463                        I
of right triangle
Right Triangle Ratios: pp. 464                         I
trigonometry.1, 2, 3
The Tree and the Pendulum: pp. 468-469                 I
Smokey and the Dud: pp. 470-471                        I
The Sun Shadow: pp. 472                                I
YEAR 2
Do Bees Build It Best?
A Right-Triangle Painting: pp. 216                     I
More Gallery Measurements: pp. 222-223                 I
Shadows and Sailboats: pp. 224                         I
YEAR 3
Orchard Hideout
Polygoning the Circle: pp. 96                         M
Hiding in the Orchard: pp. 119                        M

2. using a rectangular                                           YEAR 3
coordinate system                                                 Orchard Hideout
(graph), applies and
Sprinkler in the Orchard: pp. 78                      I
algebraically verifies
The Distance Formula: pp. 79                          I
properties of two and
A Snack in the Middle: pp. 81                         I
three-dimensional figures,
Proving with Distance – Part I: pp. 83                I
including distance,
Proving with Distance – Part II: pp. 88               I
midpoint, slope,

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EXPECTATIONS                 WHERE TAUGHT
parallelism, and
YEAR 3
perpendicularity.1, 2, 3
What Do They Have in Common?: pp. 184
(Three-Dimensional)
Small World Isn’t It?
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If Looks Don‟t Matter, What Does?: pp. 295-297     I
Formulating the Rate: pp. 299                      I
Rates, Graphs, Slopes, and Formulas: pp. 300-301   I
More About Tyler‟s Friends: pp. 302

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STRAND: Algebraic Thinking                                                                                                          ______

STANDARD: The student describes, analyzes, and generalizes a wide variety of patterns, relations, and functions. (MA.D.1.4)
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EXPECTATIONS                                      WHERE TAUGHT

1. describes, analyzes, and                                      YEAR 1
generalizes relationships,                                        Patterns
patterns, and functions
Describing Patterns: pp. 9                              M
using words, symbols,
Inside Out: pp. 15-16                                   M
variables, tables, and
Consecutive Sums: pp. 28-29                             M
graphs.1, 2, 3
Pulling Out Rules: pp. 30-31                            M
Another In-Outer: pp. 47-48                             I
Squares and Scoops: pp. 56                              I
Cutting Through the Layers: pp. 61-62                   I
Overland Trail
Out Numbered: pp. 230-232                               M
Situations, Graphs, Tables, and Rules: pp. 233          I
Rules, Tables, and Graphs: pp. 234-235                  I
The Basic Student Budget: pp. 248-249                   I
More Graph Sketches: pp. 258                            I
Fair Share on Chores: pp. 263-264                       I
Fair Share for Hired Hands: pp. 265                     I
More Fair Share on Chores: pp. 266-267                  I
More Fair Share for Hired Hands: pp. 268                I
Water Conservation: pp. 272                             I
The Big Buy: pp. 273                                    I
Water for One More: pp. 277                             I
Catching Up at Auburn: pp. 279-280                      I
The Pit and the Pendulum
Bird Houses: pp. 367                                    I
So Little Data, So Many Rules: pp. 368                  I
Graphs in Search of Equations I: pp. 370                I
Graphs in Search of Equations II: pp. 371               I
Graphs in Search of Equations III: pp. 375              I
The Thirty-Foot Prediction: pp. 376                     I

YEAR 2
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EXPECTATIONS                 WHERE TAUGHT
Solve It!
Building a Foundation: pp. 9
Running on the Overland Trail: pp. 15            I
What Will It Answer?: pp. 31-32                  I
Line It Up: pp. 35                               I
Where‟s Speedy?: pp. 80                          I
To the Rescue: pp. 82                            I
Swinging Pendulum: pp. 83                        I
Functioning in the Math World: pp. 85-87         I
Healthy Animals: pp. 315
Feasible Diets: pp. 323                          I
Picturing Pictures: pp. 324                      I
You Are What You Eat: pp. 331                    I
Changing What You Eat: pp. 334                   I
Rock „n‟ Rap: pp. 335                            I
A Reflection on Money: pp. 343                   I
A Wonderland Lost: pp. 386
A New Kind of Cake: pp. 389                      I
Piece After Piece: pp. 390                       I
Many Meals for Alice: pp. 392                    I
Having Your Cake and Drinking Too: pp. 394-395   I
Continuing the Pattern: pp. 397-398              I
It‟s in the Graph: pp. 402-403                   I
Stranger Pieces of Cake: pp. 406                 I
Confusion Reigns: pp. 407-408                    I
Measuring Meals for Alice: pp. 411               I
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YEAR 3
Heavy Flying: pp. 163-164
Programming Puzzles: pp. 169-171                   I
Donovan Meets the Beatles: pp. 172                 I
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EXPECTATIONS                 WHERE TAUGHT
What Wood Would Woody Want?: pp. 174               I
Widening Woody‟s Woodwork: pp. 175                 I
How Much After How Long?: pp. 179-180              I
Solving with Systems: pp. 189                      I
Finishing Off the Cookies: pp. 197                 I
Easy Does It!: pp. 199-200                         I
Get Rid of Those Variables!: pp. 201               I
Ming‟s New Maneuver: pp. 208                       I
Let Me Count the Ways: pp. 209-210                 I
Eastside Westside Story: pp. 217-218               I
Ages, Coins, and Fund-Raising: pp. 221             I
Small World, Isn’t It?                               I
Story Sketches: pp. 289-290
What a Mess!: pp. 291                              I
Rates, Graphs, Slopes, and Formulas: pp. 300-301   I
More About Tyler‟s Friends: pp. 302                I
Wake Up!: pp. 303                                  I
California, Here I Come!: pp. 304-305              I
Small but Plentiful: pp. 330-331                   I
The Forgotten Account: pp. 335                     I
Blue Book: pp. 347                                 I
California and Exponents: pp. 348                  I
Double Trouble: pp. 350                            I
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YEAR 4
The World of Functions
Entire Unit
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2. determines the impact                  YEAR 3
when changing                              Orchard Hideout
parameters of given
Daphne‟s Dance Floor: pp. 107-108                  M
functions.1, 2, 3

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STRAND: Algebraic Thinking                                                                                                            ______

STANDARD: The student uses expressions, equations, inequalities, graphs, and formulas to represent and interpret situations. (MA.D.2.4)
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EXPECTATIONS                                      WHERE TAUGHT

1. represents real-world                                         YEAR 1
problem situations using                                          Patterns
finite graphs, matrices,
Add It Up: pp. 32-34                                   M
sequences, series, and
Squares and Scoops: pp. 56                             M
recursive relations.1, 2, 3
YEAR 3
Inventing and Algebra: pp. 224-226                      I
Flying Matrices: pp. 229-230                            I
Matrices in the Oven: pp. 231                           I
Fresh Ingredients: pp. 233-234                          I
Calculators to the Rescue: pp. 235-236                  I

2. uses systems of                                               YEAR 1
equations and inequalities                                        Overland Trail
to solve real-world
Fair Share on Chores: pp. 263-264                       M
problems graphically,
Fair Share for Hired Hands: pp. 265                     M
algebraically, and with
More Fair Share on Chores: pp. 266-267                  M
matrices.2, 3
More Fair Share for Hired Hands: pp. 268                M
Water Conservation: pp. 272                             I
The Big Buy: pp. 273                                    I
YEAR 2
Healthy Animals: pp. 315                                M
Feasible Diets: pp. 323                                 M
Picturing Pictures: pp. 324                             M
Curtis and Hassan Make Choices: pp. 328                 M
You Are What You Eat: pp. 331                           M
Changing What You Eat: pp. 334                          M
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EXPECTATIONS                 WHERE TAUGHT
Rock „n‟ Rap: pp. 335                             M
Rock „n‟ Rap Variation: pp. 336                   M
Going Out for Lunch: pp. 338                      M
Get the Point: pp. 340                            M
Only One Variable: pp. 341                        I
Set It Up: pp. 342                                I
A Reflection on Money: pp. 343                    I
More Linear Systems: pp. 346                      I
“How Many of Each Kind?” Revisited: pp. 348-349   I
A Charity Rock: pp. 350                           I
Back on the Trail: pp. 351                        I
Big State U: pp. 352                              I
Inventing Problems: pp. 353                       I
Just for Curiosity‟s Sake: pp. 359                I
YEAR 3
Heavy Flying: pp. 163-164                           I
Programming and Algebra Reflections: pp. 166        I
Programming Puzzles: pp. 169-171                    I
Donovan Meets the Beatles: pp. 172                  I
Finding the Corners Without the Graph: pp. 173      I
What Wood Would Woody Want?: pp. 174                I
Widening Woody‟s Woodwork: pp. 175                  I
More Equations: pp. 176                             I
How Much After How Long?: pp. 179-180               I
Solving with Systems: pp. 189                       I
Finishing Off the Cookies: pp. 197                  I
Easy Does It!: pp. 199-200                          I
Get Rid of Those Variables!: pp. 201                I
Gardener‟s Dilemma: pp. 203-204                     I
Elimination in Three Variables: pp. 205             I
More Equation Elimination: pp. 206                  I
Ming‟s New Maneuver: pp. 208                        I
Let Me Count the Ways: pp. 209-210                  I
Three Variables, Continue: pp. 211                  I
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EXPECTATIONS            WHERE TAUGHT
Grind It Out: pp. 212                    I
Eastside Westside Story: pp. 217-218     I
Ages, Coins, and Fund-Raising: pp. 221   I
Matrices in the Oven: pp. 231-232        I
Fresh Ingredients: pp. 233-234           I
Calculators to the Rescue: pp. 235-236   I
Solving the Simplest: pp. 241            I
Inverses and Equations: pp. 244          I
Calculators Again: pp. 245               I
Meadows or Malls? Revisited: pp. 250     I

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STRAND: Data Analysis and Probability                                                                                       ______

STANDARD: The student demonstrates understanding and uses the tools of data analysis for managing information.
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EXPECTATIONS                                     WHERE TAUGHT

1. interprets data that has                                    YEAR 1
been collected, organized,                                      The Overland Trail
and displayed in charts,
Wagon Train Sketches and Situations: pp. 223-224   I
tables, and plots.1, 2
Graph Sketches: pp. 225-226                        M
Previous Travelers: pp. 239-241                    I
Sublette‟s Cutoff: pp. 24-245                      I
Who Will Make It?: pp. 246-247                     I
The Basic Student Budget: pp. 248-249              I
Out of Action: pp. 250-251                         I
The Pit and the Pendulum
What‟s Normal?: pp. 325                            I
Flip, Flip: 327                                    I
What‟s Rare?: pp. 328                              I
Mean School Data: pp. 331-332                      I
Dinky and Minky Spread Data: pp. 337-338           I
Standard Pendulum Data and Decisions: pp. 354      I
A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words: pp. 357-359   I
The Thirty-Foot Prediction: pp. 376                I
YEAR 2
Is There Really a Difference?
Fair Dice: pp. 123                               M
Loaded or Not?: pp. 124                          M
The Dunking Principle: pp. 125                   I
How Different Is Really Different?: pp. 128      I
Whose Is the Unfairest Die?: pp. 129             I
Different Flips: pp. 148                         I

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EXPECTATIONS                 WHERE TAUGHT

2. calculates measures of                     YEAR 1
central tendency (mean,                        The Pit and the Pendulum
median, and mode) and
Penny Weight: pp. 330                              I
dispersion (range,
Mean School Data: pp. 331-332                      I
standard deviation and
variance) for complex sets
Dinky and Minky Spread Data: pp. 337-338           I
of data and determine the
The Best Spread: pp. 343                           I
most meaningful measure
Making Friends with Standard Deviation: pp. 344-   I
to describe the data.1, 2, 3
345
Deviations: pp. 346                                I
Penny Weight Revisited: pp. 347                    I

3. analyzes real-world                        YEAR 1
data and makes                                 The Pit and the Pendulum
predictions of larger
Can Your Calculator Pass This Soft Drink Test?:    I
populations by applying
pp. 350-351
formulas to calculate
The Thirty-Foot Prediction: pp. 376                M
measures of central
tendency and dispersion                       YEAR 4
using the sample                               The Pollster’s Dilemma
population data and using
Entire Unit                                        I
appropriate technology,
including calculators and
computers.1, 2, 3

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STRAND: Data Analysis and Probability                                                                                                   ______

STANDARD: The student identifies patterns and makes predictions from an orderly display of data using concepts of probability and statistics.
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EXPECTATIONS                                    WHERE TAUGHT

1. determines                                                     YEAR 1
probabilities using                                                The Game of Pig
counting procedures,
Paula‟s Pizza: pp. 112                                   I
tables, tree diagrams and
The Theory of Two-Dice Sums: pp. 124                     I
formulas for permutations
Coins, Coins, Coins: pp. 125                             I
and combination.1, 2, 3
Two-Dice Sums and Products: pp. 126                      I
YEAR 3
Pennant Fever
Playing with Probabilities: pp. 397                     I
Choosing for Chores: pp. 400                            I
Baseball Probabilities: pp. 401                         I
How Likely Is All Wins?: pp. 403                        I
Go for the Gold!: pp. 404                               I
Diagrams, Baseball, and Losing „em All: pp. 405         I
Day-of-the-Week Matches: pp. 410                        I
“Day-of-the-Week Matches” Continued: pp. 411            I
Monthly Matches: pp. 412                                I
The Real Birthday Problem: pp. 413                      I
Six for the Defense: pp. 414                            I
And If you Don‟t Win „em All?: pp. 416                  I
But Don‟t Lose „em All, Either: pp. 417                 I
The Good and the Bad: pp. 418                           I
Five for Seven: pp. 433                                 I
More Five for Sevens: pp. 434                           I
The Perfect Group: pp. 439                              I
Stop! Don‟t Walk!: pp. 448                              I
“Race for the Pennant!” Revisited: pp. 459              I

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EXPECTATIONS                 WHERE TAUGHT

2. determines the                           YEAR 1
probability for simple and                   The Game of Pig
compound events as well
What Are the Chances?: pp. 110-111                 M
as independent and
Paula‟s Pizza: pp. 112                             I
dependent events.1, 2, 3
Rug Games: pp. 115-116                             I
Portraits of Probabilities: pp. 117-118            I
Mystery Rugs: pp. 121-122                          I
The Theory of Two-Dice Sums: pp. 124               I
Coins, Coins, Coins: pp. 125                       I
Two-Dice Sums and Products: pp. 126                I
YEAR 3
Pennant Fever
Playing with Probabilities: pp. 397               I
Choosing for Chores: pp. 400                      I
Baseball Probabilities: pp. 401                   I
How Likely Is All Wins?: pp. 403                  I
Go for the Gold!: pp. 404                         I
Diagrams, Baseball, and Losing „em All: pp. 405   I
Day-of-the-Week Matches: pp. 410                  I
“Day-of-the-Week Matches” Continued: pp. 411      I
Monthly Matches: pp. 412                          I
The Real Birthday Problem: pp. 413                I
Six for the Defense: pp. 414                      I
And If you Don‟t Win „em All?: pp. 416            I
But Don‟t Lose „em All, Either: pp. 417           I
The Good and the Bad: pp. 418                     I
Five for Seven: pp. 433                           I
More Five for Sevens: pp. 434                     I
The Perfect Group: pp. 439                        I
Stop! Don‟t Walk!: pp. 448                        I
“Race for the Pennant!” Revisited: pp. 459        I

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STRAND: Data Analysis and Probability                                                                                          ______

STANDARD: The student uses statistical methods to make inferences and valid arguments about real-world situations.
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EXPECTATIONS                                   WHERE TAUGHT

1. designs and performs                                         YEAR 2
real-world statistical                                           Is There Really A Difference
experiments that involve
POW 6: Is There Really A Difference: pp. 154-156   I
more than one variable,
then analyze results and                                        YEAR 4
report findings.1, 2                                             The Pollster’s Dilemma
Let‟s Vote on It!: pp. 425-426                       I

2. explains the limitations                                     YEAR 1
of using statistical                                             The Pit and the Pendulum
techniques and data in
Close to the Law: pp. 316                            I
making inferences and
A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: pp. 35-359      I
valid arguments.1, 2, 3
YEAR 2
Is There Really A Difference?
Quality of Investigation: pp. 115                  I
POW 6: Is There Really A Difference?: pp. 154-     I
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