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Cooper Math Plan-4th September October November December 1. Illustrate the meaning of 1. Use objects, pictures, or symbols commutative, associative, and to demonstrate understanding of identity properties of 1.Identifies, compares, and place value in whole numbers 2. multiplication 2. Classify numbers analyzes attributes of 2-D and 3- Identify, compare, and order whole according to characteristics (odd, D geometrical figures using numbers to 1,000,000 using standard even, multiples of 3, etc.) 3. Solve appropriate vocabulary (e.g. form, expanded form, and word form problems involving a combination parallel, symmetric, congruent, 3. Illustrate the meaning of of any two whole number similar, perpendicular, edge, commutative, associative, and operations *4. Demonstrate face, vertex, and angle) 2. identity properties of addition 4. meaning of multiplication and Recognize geometric shapes in Classify numbers according to division using physical models to the surrounding environment for 1. Describes the relative characteristics (odd, even, multiples solve problems containing one- or example, identify rectangles location and movement of of 3, etc.) 5. Solve problems two-digit factors *5. Multiply and within windows 3.Identify, figures located in the first involving a combination of any two 4th Grade Math divide whole numbers* 6. Write describe, and compare quadrant of a coordinate grid whole number operations 6. Add and number sentences representing symmetrical, congruent, and or on a number line 2. Standards: Learning subtract whole numbers 7. Write multiplication and division *7. similar figures 4. Identifies, Identifies, predicts, or draws Targets number sentences representing Recognize and use the strategy or draws or, creates 2-D geometric transformations addition and subtraction situations 8. tool most appropriate to a given geometrical figures using (translations, reflections, and Recognize and use the strategy or problem situation *8. Identify appropriate tools (eg. rotations) of a 2-D geometric tool most appropriate to a given situations involving whole straightedge, protractor, nets, or figure problem situation 9. Identify numbers in which estimation is polygons) 5. Determines situations involving whole numbers useful * 9. Mentally find perimeter and area 6. Solves in which estimation is useful 10. approximate simple products by problems involving Mentally find approximate simple using rounded numbers 10. measurement of perimeter, area sums and differences by using Measures time (analog and digital) and compares objects using rounded numbers 11. Measures time and temperature using standard attributes of perimeter, area 7. (analog and digital) and temperature units (noted in unit name and Select appropriate type of unit using standard units (noted in unit abbreviation.) 11. Identify and for measuring area & perimeter name and abbreviation.) 12. Identify count coins *standards that must and count coins. be revisited throughout the year perimeter, area, square units, Symbols: <>=, Multiplication, cubic units, shape, side, Symbols: <>=, Addition, Division, Product, Remainder, congruent, line of symmetry, Subtraction, Sum, Difference, Number line, Number Sentence, right angle, figure, line, line Number line, Number Sentence, Equation, Estimate, Operation, segment, grid, parallel, Equation, Estimate, Operation, grid, grid paper, graph, Fraction, “about how many”, perpendicular, intersecting, “about how many”, Rounding, graph paper, ordered pair, Rounding, One’s, ten’s, similar, compare, sort, graph, One’s, ten’s, hundred’s, thousand’s, Defined on Test - edges, hundred’s, thousand’s, ten graph paper, circle, triangle, Vocabulary to Know ten thousand’s, hundred thousand’s faces, vertex/vertices, thousand’s, hundred thousand’s square, rectangle, pentagon, and Use place, Properties: Commutative parallelogram, place Defined on Test- Standard hexagon, octagon, polygon eg. 2+7=7+2; Associative: quadrilateral, translation form, Expanded form, Word form, rhombus, cube, pyramid, (4+3)+7= 4+(3+7); Identity: (slide), reflection (flip), Factor, Factor tree, Quotient, cylinder, sphere, cone Defined 0+50=50 or 99 X 1=99; Defined rotation (turn), symmetrical Multiple, Dividend, Divisor, on Test- edges, faces, on Test- Standard form, Expanded seconds, minutes, hours, days, vertex/vertices, parallelogram, form, Word form, seconds, minutes, months, cents, dollars quadrilateral, translation hours, days, months, cents, dollars (slide), reflection (flip), rotation (turn), symmetrical (Geometry-)SFAW: Chapter 8 TERC Unit: Sunken Ships TERC: Mathematical Thinking and TERC: "Arrays & Shares" section A, B; Perimeter Concept and Grid Patterns Lessons/Units Grade 4-10 Minute Math multiplication sessions & division SFAW Ch. 8 lessons 11, 12 or Investigation 1-session 1 or 60 minutes (Investigations 1, 2); graphing and sessions; SFAW Ch.2 Session C Marilyn Burns Geometry Session 3 & 4 "Playing lesson blocks technology; John Van De Walle p. (Time); Lattice Multiplication p. replacement unit; Van De Walle Sunken Ships"; "Hurkle" 301 Time 244 SFAW p. 288 & 286 technology; Review 3rd Math Facts: +, -, x, and division (3 grade standards for fractions CBA's: TERC assess. (Grid Assessments CBA's: AS3 CBA's: GS2; GS3; NS2 secs./problems); & Geom.) 11 instr. days Problem Solving Steps a) Study & Define the problem b) Choose a strategy c) Show your Problem Solving work d) Chk. to see if you Answered Reasoning Skills: Too much Strategies The the ? Hamburger Rubric 1.Draw a Rubrics & Student Work-Teacher Open-Ended Problems Diagram 2.Look For A Pattern 3. Act information; Not enough Problem Solver (one to Teacher materials (problem solving skills) It Out/Use Objects 4.Guess & Chk. Information (NS2) day a week) 5.Make A Table 6. Log. Reasoning 7. Make an Organized List 8. Work Backwards 9. Make it Simpler 10. Brainstorm Estimation/Mental Math Review Place Value Patterns (nos. & pictures) Patterns (nos. & pictures) 10 Min. Math Warm-Up Math Facts 10 mins/2-3 Preassessment. Fact Tests +, -, x, div. Fact Tests +, -, x, div. (3 Math Fact Strategies Review 20 Math Fact Strategies Review times a week "Just the (3 sec./problem); Math Strategies sec./problem); Math Fact minutes per week 20 minutes per week Facts" resource Review +, -, x, div. 20 mins./week Strategies Review 20 mins./week 4th Grade Math Plan-Cooper Elementary School, Seattle School District, Math Helping Corps-6-03 January February March April May June 1. Searches for patterns in 1. Create, analyze, and 1. Determines volume 2. 1. Place events in the simple situations 2. Uses a extend number patterns Compares objects using order of likelihood of variety of strategies and using words, tables, and attributes of volume 3. occurrence 2. List all approaches 3. Recognizes when graphs 2.Generate rules 1. Solves problems Solve problems involving possible outcomes of information is missing or for number patterns 3. involving measurement of measurement of perimeter, simple experiments using extraneous 4. Recognizes when Use manipulatives and length, weight/mass and area, length, weight/mass, an organized list 3. an approach is unproductive and pictures to represent the temperature 2. Determines time, temperature, and Explain why some tries a new approach 5. process of maintaining and justifies whether exact money 4. Determine and outcomes are more or less Indentifies questions to be equality and inequality or approximate measures justify whether estimation likely to happen than answered in familiar situations in number sentences 4. are needed when given a or measurement is needed other 4. Identify or 6. Defines problems in familiar Use standard notation in realistic situation 3.Estimate when given a realistic describe an appropriate situations 7. Organizes relevant reading and writing open to predict and determine situation 5. Estimate to method for collecting information 8. Selects and uses number sentences (e.g., 7 when measurements are predict and determine when data 5. Organize data and 1. Demonstrate appropriate mathematical tools + = 20) 5. Solve open- reasonable, for example, measurements are communicate results in understanding of fractions 9. Applies viable strategies, ended equations estimating the length of the reasonable 6. Know numerical and graphical with denominators of 2, 4, concepts, and procedures to involving addition, playground by pacing it off approximate size of basic forms using appropriate 8, 3, or 6 2. Identify, construct a solution 10. subtraction, 4.Selects appropriate standard units (US and scales 6. Describe and compare, and order compares & interprets multiplication, or standard unit of measure for metric) and make find mean, median, and common fractions information in familiar situations division using given objects/situations 5. reasonable estimates based mode for specific data 7. 11. Validates thinking using manipulatives Selects and uses appropriate on approximations 7. Select Describe how data can be models, known facts, patterns, mathematical tools for and use appropriate used to support an and relationships 12. Makes measuring accurately (ex: measurement tools to a argument 8. Predict and conjectures and inferences based ruler, tape measure, scale, reasonable degree of test predictions on the on analysis of familiar problem thermometer, money and accuracy 8. Select probability of outcomes situations 13. Test conjectures clock 6. Know approximate appropriate unit for of simple experiments by finding examples to suport or size of basic standard units measuring volume (e.g., coins or spinners) 9. contradict them 14. Supports (US and Metric) and make Make inferences based on arguments and justifies results reasonable estimates based experimental results using based on own experiences 15. on approximations coins, spinners, number Checks for resonableness of cubes results 16. Reflects on and evaluates procedures and results Symbols: <>=, Addition, Subtraction, Sum, "Chances of", Difference, Number line, likely/unlikely, probably, Problem, approach, strategy, Number Sentence, temperature, square units, temperature, square units, probability, predict, method, solve, explain, justify, Equation, Estimate, cubic units, area, cubic units, area, prediction, survey, support, solution, agreement, Number sentence, rule, Operation, Fraction, perimeter, angle, ounces, perimeter, angle, ounces, sample, pattern, axis, chart, table, diagram, equation, pattern, half, quarter, “about how pounds, grams, pounds, grams, inches, feet, axes, x-axis, y-axis, mathematical, plan, order, number pattern, many”, Rounding weight/mass; inches, feet, yards, miles, centimeters, circle graph, line graph, steps, present, specific, Defined on Test - Defined on Test- yards, miles, centimeters, meters and all abbreviation bar graph, pictograph, audience, exactly, equivalent, function, function Standard form, Expanded meters and all abbreviation forms Defined on test - scale, bars Defined on represent Defined on Test - machine form, Word form, forms Defined on test- acre, volume Test - Average (mean), analyze, conclusion, sequence, Denominator, acre, volume median, mode, certain, stages, model Numerator, Mixed uncertain, questionnaire number SFAW: Ch. 9 section C; SFAW: Unit 1 -Lesson 1, Fractions: SFAW Chapter SFAW: Ch. 1 lesson 11; Chapter 10 section C; 3, 8, 10, 11, Graphing 9 Section A & Lesson 6, 9 Review of all Problem Solving Ch. 3 lesson 15; SFAW Ch. 8-10; John Van Chapter 11 section C; SFAW Chapter 12 Sec. B (create fraction circles; Skills through Math strand Groundworks-Algebra De Walle p. 283; est. volume concept (TERC See & John Van De Walle p. fractions of a group problems (samples papers, Puzzles and Problems measurement p. 294-295 Solids & Silhouette) area; 416 interpreting graphs; TERC: 3 out of 4 Like rubrics, formats etc.) book technology Word draw tools Ch. 5 technology Spaghetti-Investigation 1: for congruent, similar, graphing project- & PS4 CBA's: PS1; PS3 sessions 1-4) Debbie Mandel's End-of the- CBA's: AS2; M3; NS1 CBA's: NS3; PS1 4th Grade WASL CBA's:AS1 optional Year Test 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 Patterns (nos. & pictures) Patterns (numbers & Patterns (nos. & pictures) Patterns (nos. & pictures) Patterns (nos. & pictures) Patterns (nos. & pictures) Math Fact Strategies Math Fact Strategies Review 20 minutes per Revisit Fact Strategies Revisit Fact Strategies Revisit Fact Strategies Revisit Fact Strategies Review 20 minutes per week week 4th Grade Math Plan-Cooper Elementary School, Seattle School District, Math Helping Corps-6-03

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