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Cooper Math Plan-5th September October November December 1. Recognize, create, and extend 1. Recognize, create, and extend patterns that may involve a patterns that may involve a combination of addition, subtraction, combination of addition, subtraction, & mult. using words, tables & graphs & mult. using words, tables & graphs Complete Number Sense 2. Represent & describe patterns using 2. Represent & describe patterns Units from September and tables & graphs with terms such as using tables & graphs with terms such October and begin fractions interval, pattern, rule, & sequence 3. as interval, pattern, rule, & sequence 1. Uses objects pictures and by Thanksgiving -1. Uses Use symbols to represent the processs 3. Use symbols to represent the symbols to illustrate objects pictures and symbols to of maintaining equality & inequality in processs of maintaining equality & equivalent ratios and illustrate equivalent ratios and number sentences (eg. 8+4>7+3) 4. inequality in number sentences (eg. compare part-part compare part-part Expresses relationships between 8+4>7+3) 4. Expresses relationships relationships; 2. Uses visual relationships; 2. Uses visual numbers using inequality symbols between numbers using inequality and physical models to and physical models to explain (<>=) 5. Understands the use of letters symbols (<>=) 5. Understands the use explain meaning of adding meaning of adding and to represent numbers in formulas and of letters to represent numbers in and subtracting common 5th Grade Math subtracting common fractions equations 6. Substitute values in formulas and equations 6. Substitute fractions and decimals; 3. and decimals; 3. Use pictures Standards: Learning formulas such as l (length) x w (width) values in formulas such as l (length) x & symbols to demonstrate Use pictures & symbols to Targets = a (area) 7. Use pictures & symbols to w (width) = a (area) 7. Use pictures & demonstrate understanding understanding of integers, and demonstrate understanding of integers symbols to demonstrate understanding of integers, and decimals decimals (place values of to 100 million 8. Compare and order of integers to 100 million 8. Compare (place values of decimals decimals 100 million to integers 9. Understands the concepts and order integers 9. Understands the 100 million to hundredths) hundredths) 4. Compare and of factors and multiples 10. Adds, concepts of factors and multiples 10. 4. Compare and order order decimals 5. Add, subtracts (4 digits +/- 3 digits), Adds, subtracts (4 digits +/- 3 digits), decimals 5. Add, subtract, subtract, multiplies, and multiplies (3 digits times 3 digits), and multiplies (3 digits times 3 digits), multiplies, and divides divides decimals 5. Estimates divides (2 digit into 3 digits) non- and divides (2 digit into 3 digits) non- decimals 5. Estimates to to predict computation results negative integers 11. Uses mental negative integers 11. Uses mental predict computation results 6. applies procedures for arithmetic, paper and pencil, arithmetic, paper and pencil, determining perimeter of calculator, or computer as appropriate calculator, or computer as appropriate polygons and area of rectangles for a given situation 12. Uses for a given situation 12. Uses estimation prior to actual computation estimation prior to actual computation to determine reasonableness of results to determine reasonableness of results 13.Uses estimation to obtain 13. Determine, apply procedures for ratio, fraction, equivalent ratio, fraction, equivalent factor, multiple, estimate / estimation, fraction, mixed number, fraction, mixed number, factor, multiple, estimate / estimation, Vocabulary to Know symbol, equation, unknown, compare, improper fraction, improper fraction, symbol, equation, unknown, compare, and Use pattern, explain, place value, denominator, numerator, denominator, numerator, pattern, explain, place value, divisible, divisible, percent, decimal form, convert, percent, decimal form, lowest terms, convert, lowest terms, Ten Minute Math TERC; TERC Ten Minute Math TERC; TERC: Lessons/Units Ten Minute Math TERC; Mathematical Thinking at Grade 5 finish Measurement Benchmarks Ten Minute Math TERC; TERC: complete Building on 60 minutes lesson VanDe Walle p. 120-activity 7.3 and begin Building on Numbers Numbers You Know/begin TERC: Name That blocks Finding Factors (arrays); Measurement you Know; VanDe Walle p. 120- Portion; Name That Portion; Benchmarks (last week of Sept. begin) activity 7.3 Finding Factors (arrays) Preassess: SFAW Inventory 5th Grade Assessments & One Problem Teacher To Teacher CBA's: AS1 or AS3; NS1; CBA's: M3 & GS2 CBA's: NS3 "Jet Boat Ride"; Preassess. Fact Tests +, -, x, div. (3 sec./problem) Problem Solving Steps: a) Study & 6. Act It Out/Use Objects 7. Make an Define the problem b) Choose a Organized List 8. Work Backwards 9. Problem Solving strategy c) Show your work d) Check Make it Simpler 10. Brainstorm 11. Reasoning Skills: Too much Review Strategies and Strategies The to see if you Answered the question 1. Number Sentences4. Reasoning information; Not enough Reasoning Skills Problem Solver Draw a Diagram 2. Look For A Information Skills: Too much information; Not Pattern 3. Logical Reasoning 4. Guess enough Information & Check 5. Make A Table Supplemental Problems SFAW: Homework Ch. 6; Fraction Kit: Family Math; SFAW Units 2-5 (decimals optional); SFAW Units 2-5; Teacher to Teacher 58 and 5 SFAW Chapter 7 (Common "Problems of the Week" Bonus problems; Graph denominators?); Graphs Math Facts 10 mins/2-3 Subtraction Doubles/near Plus 0 and minus 0; +1/difference of 1; Minus Itself; Difference of 2; times a week "Just the Doubles +1; Make 10; Doubles +2 doubles; General facts below doubles Ten Frame; Facts" resource 10; Build Up through 10 5th Grade Math Plan-Cooper Elementary School, Seattle School District, Math Helping Corps 3-03 January February March April May June 1. Precisely defines 1. Precisely defines attributes of plane geometric attributes of plane 1. Uses and describes figures using appropriate geometric figures using strategies for determining vocabulary such as parallel, appropriate vocabulary that the probability of an symmetric, congruent, such as parallel, event is a ratio between 0 similar, perpendicular, edge, symmetric, congruent, and 1; 2. Prepares and face, vertex and angle; 2. similar, perpendicular, organizes displays of all Identify & draw multiple edge, face, vertex and possible results for a given lines of symmetry; 3. build angle; 2. Identify & draw probability experiment; 3. & record similar & multiple lines of Carries out experiments to symmetry; 3. build & 1. Organizes and displays congruent figures; 4. determine probabilities and record similar & 1. Organizes and displays data data using frequency tables, Construct geometric figures 1. Chooses the compares predictions to congruent figures; 4. using frequency tables, line and line and bar graphs; using a variety of tools; 5. appropriate standard unit experimental results 4. Construct geometric bar graphs; determines which determines which form is Describes the location of and tool, and measures Understands the difference points on a coordinate grid figures using a variety of form is most appropriate to type most appropriate to type of object directly; 2. applies between random and non- tools; 5. Describes the of data 2. Describes and data 2. Represent and using ordered pairs; 6. procedures for random samples; 5. Makes location of points on a computes mean, median, mode, describe patterns using Identify simple determining perimeter of predictions, carries out coordinate grid using and range for simple data 3. tables and graphs 3. transformations (slide, flip, polygons and area of experiments, and compares turn) 7. Determines ordered pairs; 6. Identify Makes inferences and notes Describes and computes rectangles results with predictions 6. perimeter and area 8. simple transformations trends base on data. mean, median, mode, and Describes and computes (slide, flip, turn) 7. range for simple data applies procedures for mean, median, mode, and determining perimeter of Determines perimeter range for simple data. 7. polygons and area of and area 8. applies Conduct experiments to rectangles; 9. Compare and procedures for determine probabilities & contrast perimeter and area determining perimeter of compare predictions to for a variety of shapes 10. polygons and area of experimental results 8. Applies procedures for rectangles; 9. Compare Differentiate between determining perimeter of and contrast perimeter random and non-random polygons and area of and area for a variety of samples rectangles shapes 10. Applies procedures for parallel, perpendicular, edge, parallel, perpendicular, face, vertex, angle, edge, face, vertex, angle, symmetrical, line of symmetrical, line of pictograph, bar graph, circle symmetry, intersecting, symmetry, intersecting, pictograph, bar graph, circle graph, line graph, stem & standard measurement, standard measurement, congruent, similar, circle, congruent, similar, graph, line graph, stem & leaf leaf plots, charts, tables, metric measurement, metric measurement, triangle, square, rectangle, circle, triangle, square, plots, charts, tables, diagram, diagram, mean (average), standard unit of standard unit of cone, cylinder, cube, rectangle, cone, cylinder, mean (average), median, mode, median, mode, range, scale, measurement: measurement: hexagon, octagon, right cube, hexagon, octagon, range, scale, bars, grid, x-axis, y- bars, grid, x-axis, y-axis, approximate, approximate, angle, pyramid, prism, right angle, pyramid, axis, ordered pair, survey, ordered pair, survey, approximation, approximation, estimate, sphere, parallelogram, prism, sphere, random sample, probability, random sample, probability, estimate, estimation, estimation, rectangular rhombus, pentagon, side, parallelogram, rhombus, predict, "What are the chances predict, "What are the rectangular area, area of area, area of triangle, quadrilateral, rectangular pentagon, side, of…?", random, sample chances of…?", random, triangle, volume of volume of solid, 2-dimensional, 3- quadrilateral, rectangular sample dimensional, ordered pair, solid, 2-dimensional, 3- flip-reflection, slide- dimensional, ordered translation, turn-rotational, pair, flip-reflection, slide- Ten Minute Math TERC; Ten Minute Math TERC TERC: Picturing or Daily Mathematics: 3 Polygons (including times/week; TERC: Ten Minute Math GEOLOGO in PCLab); M. Picturing Polygons; Ten Minute Math TERC or Ten Minute Math TERC: TERC: 3 times/week; Ten Minute Math TERC: Burns Replacement Units for Replacement Units for Daily Mathematics; TERC: Patterns of Change TERC: finish and Between Never and perimeter & area; perimeter & area; Kids, Cats, and Ads; (should use GEOLOGO); begin Containers and Always ; VanDeWalle p. 314-act.17.5 VanDeWalle p. 314- Cubes; (shape hunt); p. 318 act. act.17.5 (shape hunt); p. 17.11 (slides, flips, turns) 318 act. 17.11 (slides, Post Assessment: 5th Grade ITBS: State/District Assessment CBA's: GS3 CBA's: CBA's: M2 CBA's: M1 and/or GS1 SFAW Quarterly Test/ "Jet CBA's: AS4 Boat Ride" CBA's: PS1 and PS2 Review Strategies and Review Strategies and Review Strategies and Review Strategies and Review Strategies and Review Strategies and Reasoning Skills Reasoning Skills Reasoning Skills Reasoning Skills Reasoning Skills Reasoning Skills Graphs & SFAW Ch. 1 Section SFAW Ch. 11, 8c, 10a SFAW Ch. 11 A&B Nifty 9's/divide 9; Helping Facts Back down through 10; x 0; x 5/divide 5; x x/ Helping Facts Division; Revisit Fact Strategies Revisit Fact Strategies Revisit Fact Strategies x 1/divide 1; x 10/divide 10 doubles/divide doubles Doubles Facts/division doubles 5th Grade Math Plan-Cooper Elementary School, Seattle School District, Math Helping Corps 3-03