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Course: MATH TRAILBLAZERS GRADE 1 UNIT 1: WELCOME TO FIRST GRADE » What methods and strategies can we use to Essential explain counting in familiar and everyday Curriculum Infusion Levels of Instruction Questions: experiences? Comprehension Interdisciplinary Knowledge Application Evaluation Synthesis Essential activities to all units: Technology Analysis Extended Modified Infusion Infusion Career Study DPP‟s, journal writing and unit tests. Objectives Suggested Activities/Strategies Develop computation skills and strategies Look Around You (literacy) Students may design pictures of a house and count X X X X X X X X windows and doors. Set up a counting station. Create a counting store. Place numbers on the windows as they count. Using Lesson 2 SG as a guide to create your own sheet for students to count objects in class or at home. They should X X have a picture; word and space for a number Extension: Have students create a counting Book Pg 16 Unit 1 URG X X Practice computation We‟re Counting on You :The Train Game (Overhead ) skills Before assessment SG pg. 2 set up counting station. Use X X X X X X X X the Train Game as a center. Order numbers More or Less (Overhead ) Count everyday objects to see if it is more or less. Use dice X X X X X X to see if it is more or less. X Have emergent learners build with cubes while rolling with the dice. X X Classify and record More or Less (Overhead ) X numbers Set up a center that has a number matching game. X X X X X New Brunswick Public Schools 1 of 29 2007/2008 Course: MATH TRAILBLAZERS GRADE 1 UNIT 2: PENNIES, POCKETS, AND PARTS >> What methods can we use and explain to Essential represent a number in different ways? Curriculum Infusion Levels of Instruction Questions: Comprehension Interdisciplinary Knowledge Application Evaluation Synthesis Technology Analysis Extended Modified Infusion Infusion Essential activities to all units: Career Study DPP‟s, journal writing and unit tests. Objectives Suggested Activities/Strategies Gather, record and Favorite Colors /Pocket Graph (Overhead ) organize data Hint: Use large chart paper to model data tables. X X X X X X X Use sticks that can be bundled to introduce tallie marks. Create game “show me” and give numbers that students X X can represent with sticks Count using tally Favorite Colors (Overhead/Literacy ) marks Have students practice counting different objects and using X X X X X X X X tally marks. Use tables and Pocket Graph/What‟s in that Pocket (Overhead ) X X graphs Enlarge chart paper to model to complete. X X X X X X Explore relationships Ten Frames (Overhead ) between numbers Use beans and counter at a station. X X X X X X X Have students draw pictures in a ten frame; say the number and write the number. X X New Brunswick Public Schools 2 of 29 2007/2008 Course: MATH TRAILBLAZERS GRADE 1 UNIT 2: PENNIES, POCKETS, AND PARTS » What methods can we use and explain to Essential represent a number in different ways? Curriculum Infusion Levels of Instruction Questions: Comprehension Interdisciplinary Knowledge Application Evaluation Synthesis Essential activities to all units: Technology Analysis Extended Modified Infusion Infusion Career Study DPP‟s, journal writing and unit tests. Objectives Suggested Activities/Strategies Write number Ten Frames/Think and Spin/ Pocket Graph/What‟s in that X sentences Pocket (Overhead/Literacy ) You can introduce missing addends but it might be best to X X X X X X X reintroduce in Unit 13. Fill in the tens frame for SE students. X X Good activity with spinner for GT students X X X Construct a bar graph Pockets Graph (Overhead/Literacy ) X Hint: Use large chart paper to model the bar graph X X X X X X X Compare, contrast Purchasing with Pennies (Overhead/Literacy ) and explain solution Set up a school store and have a different task for students X X X X X X X X X strategies to complete. Small group. Give students the coins to determine how much X X Work alone on same activity. All students need play money to make connections X X New Brunswick Public Schools 3 of 29 2007/2008 Course: MATH TRAILBLAZERS GRADE 1 UNIT 3: EXPLORING SHAPES » What characteristics and interrelationships of 2-D Essential shapes can we identify and explain in our Curriculum Infusion Levels of Instruction Questions: environment? Comprehension Interdisciplinary Knowledge Application Evaluation Synthesis Essential activities to all units: Technology Analysis Extended Modified Infusion Infusion Career Study DPP‟s, journal writing and unit tests. Objectives Suggested Activities/Strategies Gather, record and Weather1 : Eye on the Sky /How Many Does It Take organize data in a (Overhead/Science) table Use large chart paper to model the data table. *Save weather map X X X X X X X X X for winter activity Count using tally Weather1 : Eye on the Sky (Overhead/Science) marks Have students practice counting different objects and using X X X X X X X X tally marks. Transfer data from a Weather1 : Eye on the Sky (Overhead/Science) table to a graph Use large chart paper to model the transfer of the data table X X X X X X X to the data graph. X Students can work alone to transfer data table to the graph X X Use graphs to make Weather1 : Eye on the Sky (Overhead/Science) predictions Make a weather station for students to predict the weather X and have a weather person to check the predictions on the X X X X X X X computer. Students create a weather station and use the district website to gather information, then have students make X X X predictions. New Brunswick Public Schools 4 of 29 2007/2008 Course: MATH TRAILBLAZERS GRADE 1 UNIT 3: EXPLORING SHAPES » What characteristics and interrelationships of 2-D Essential shapes can we identify and explain in our Curriculum Infusion Levels of Instruction Questions: environment Comprehension Interdisciplinary Knowledge Application Evaluation Synthesis Essential activities to all units: Technology Analysis Extended Modified Infusion Infusion Career Study DPP‟s, journal writing and unit tests. Objectives Suggested Activities/Strategies Explore shapes in the Shapes Around Us (Overhead) environment Gather examples of 2-d shapes in the real world and create X a chart. X X X X X X Sketch Shapes Shapes Around Us (Overhead) Create a center for students to practice sketching shapes. X X X X X X Students can fill in shapes created by teacher, then create a picture using pattern blocks X X Create pictures using pattern blocks and identify shapes. X X Discover, identify and Shapes Around Us /Shapes Around Us (Overhead) X communicate Create a chart of shapes with the properties and names. X X X X X X properties of shapes Place shapes in a bag have students reach in and describe the shape to model for the class. Then everyone should X X have a chance. Compare and Describing Shapes (Overhead) contrast shapes Place box of 2-d shapes in center for student pairs to X X X X X X compare. New Brunswick Public Schools 5 of 29 2007/2008 Course: MATH TRAILBLAZERS GRADE 1 UNIT 3: EXPLORING SHAPES » What characteristics and interrelationships of 2-D Essential shapes can we identify and explain in our Curriculum Infusion Levels of Instruction Questions: environment? Comprehension Interdisciplinary Essential activities to all units: Knowledge Application Evaluation Synthesis Technology Analysis Extended Modified DPP‟s, journal writing and unit tests. Infusion Infusion Career Study Objectives Suggested Activities/Strategies Create polygons with Seven Ways to Make a Hexagon (Overhead) smaller shapes Set up pattern blocks in center and allow students to X X X X X X X explore. Solve geometric How Many Does It Take/Mystery Figure (Overhead) X problems X X X X X X For students who have shown the ability to find the mystery figure have them come up and make the mystery figure. X X New Brunswick Public Schools 6 of 29 2007/2008 Course: MATH TRAILBLAZERS GRADE 1 UNIT 4: ADDING TO SOLVE PROBLEMS » What mathematical language and strategies can Essential we use to write number sentences for real world Curriculum Infusion Levels of Instruction Questions: addition problems? Comprehension Interdisciplinary Knowledge Application Evaluation Synthesis Essential activities to all units: Technology Analysis Extended Modified Infusion Infusion Career Study DPP‟s, journal writing and unit tests. Objectives Suggested Activities/Strategies Pair objects Exploring Even and Odd Numbers (Overhead) Use counters, beans, cups –Students will grab handfuls of X X X X X X X beans and decide if it is odd or even. Relate odd and even Exploring Even and Odd Numbers (Overhead) numbers to groups Use number lines and markers. Students will color the number showing the groupings from grabbing handful of X X X X X X X beans. Have students color in the even numbers DAB pg 39 X X Create and solve The Pet Shop (Overhead/calculator/ Literacy) addition problems Give student picture cards example(Three Kittens and two X X Dogs) X X X X X X Use open-ended sheet for students to record X (_____ +______=___) Create number The Pet Shop (Overhead/calculator/ Literacy) sentences for real Have students draw pictures of pets and write their own X X X X X X X X world situations number sentences. Students can model number sentences with cubes. X X Have students write number sentences with 3 numbers Pg 32 SG Extention Pg 41 DAB Write a story to represent X X X number sentence. New Brunswick Public Schools 7 of 29 2007/2008 Course: MATH TRAILBLAZERS GRADE 1 UNIT 4: ADDING TO SOLVE PROBLEMS » What mathematical language and strategies can Essential we use to write number sentences for real world Curriculum Infusion Levels of Instruction Questions: addition problems? Comprehension Interdisciplinary Knowledge Application Evaluation Synthesis Technology Analysis Extended Modified Infusion Infusion Essential activities to all units: Career Study DPP‟s, journal writing and unit tests. Objectives Suggested Activities/Strategies Model addition using Parts and Wholes (Overhead) manipulatives Use Tims Tips URGp119 –Provide blank paper strips for X X X X X X X students to partition the number into groupings. Pg. 43 DAB Separate strips and make them bigger so that students can use cubes to model parts and wholes. Give students an X X X exact number of cubes Students may choose not to use cubes or do not give them an exact amount and use higher numbers. X X X Solve addition Counting On to Add (Overhead/computer) problems by Use Website “First Grade Interactive.com” X X X X X X X “counting on” New Brunswick Public Schools 8 of 29 2007/2008 Course: MATH TRAILBLAZERS GRADE 1 UNIT 5: GROUPING AND COUNTING What methods and strategies can we use for Essential grouping and counting data from an experiment? Curriculum Infusion Levels of Instruction Questions: Comprehension Interdisciplinary Knowledge Application Evaluation Synthesis Essential activities to all units: Technology Analysis Extended Modified Infusion Infusion Career Study DPP‟s, journal writing and unit tests. Objectives Suggested Activities/Strategies Count objects by twos Skip Counting Do this lesson after 5‟s and 10‟s. show students the pattern in counting by 2‟s. Have students count by 2‟s and highlight the pattern on a 100‟s chart. X X X X X X Group and count Counting by Fives and Tens (Overhead) pennies by fives and While you are tracing students‟ hands the rest of the class X X X X X X X tens can be working on previously learned skills or centers. Trade pennies for Counting by Fives and Tens (Overhead) nickels and dimes Set up a center where children can practice trading pennies X X X X X X X for nickels and dimes Group and name Colors (Overhead) numbers Hint: Use bags of mini chocolate chip cookies to model X X X X X X X sharing and motivate students. New Brunswick Public Schools 9 of 29 2007/2008 Course: MATH TRAILBLAZERS GRADE 1 UNIT 5: GROUPING AND COUNTING What methods and strategies can we use for Essential grouping and counting data from an experiment? Curriculum Infusion Levels of Instruction Questions: Comprehension Interdisciplinary Knowledge Application Evaluation Synthesis Essential activities to all units: Technology Analysis Extended Modified Infusion Infusion Career Study DPP‟s, journal writing and unit tests. Objectives Suggested Activities/Strategies Understand the need for the complete I‟ve got a Little List (Overhead/ Literacy) X X information in a data Hint: Use Math Journals and have students explain Journal table Prompt X X X X X URGp155 Model how to answer open-ended questions. Record data in a table Colors (Overhead) Hint: Use large chart paper to model the data tables. X X X X X X (use colored markers to show colors) Represent data on a Colors (Overhead) bar graph Hint: Enlarge a class graph and laminate (use colored X X X X X markers to model filling in bars) X Use tables and Colors (Overhead) X X X X X X graphs to make Use class charts and graphs to make predictions(URGp161- predictions Extension Activity) X X New Brunswick Public Schools 10 of 29 2007/2008 Course: MATH TRAILBLAZERS GRADE 1 UNIT 6: MEASUREMENT: LENGTH Essential What methods can we use to predict and represent the measure of length or distance with Curriculum Infusion Levels of Instruction Questions: nonstandard units? Comprehension Interdisciplinary Knowledge Application Evaluation Synthesis Essential activities to all units: Technology Analysis Extended Modified Infusion Infusion Career Study DPP‟s, journal writing and unit tests. Objectives Suggested Activities/Strategies Group and count by X Linking Up (Overhead ) X X X X X X fives Use different colored links and practice counting by 5‟s Create a sheet with pictures of the objects you want the students to measure in the classroom. X X X Use non standard Linking Up /Rolling Along with Links (Overhead ) units to measure Assign team jobs, recorder, measurer, etc. Model and length discuss procedures, set up mini model lesson to X X X X X X X demonstrate at circle time. Use numbers and Linking Up/ Give‟ em an Inch /Rolling Along with Links units to represent (Overhead/ computer ) X X X X X X length Use Website “First Grade Interactive.com” X Measure, compare Rolling Along with Links (Overhead ) and order length Have different links made up and have students compare X X X X X X X and order each one. New Brunswick Public Schools 11 of 29 2007/2008 Course: MATH TRAILBLAZERS GRADE 1 UNIT 6: MEASUREMENT: LENGTH What methods can we use to predict and Essential represent the measure of length or distance with Curriculum Infusion Levels of Instruction Questions: nonstandard units? Comprehension Interdisciplinary Knowledge Application Evaluation Synthesis Essential activities to all units: Technology Analysis Extended Modified Infusion Infusion Career Study DPP‟s, journal writing and unit tests. Objectives Suggested Activities/Strategies Conduct an Rolling Along with Links (Overhead ) experiment Set up center for student to bring their own car to test which X X X X X X one rolls the fastest- X Measure a length Using Unusual Units (Overhead ) using different units Set up a center where children practice measuring shapes X X X X X X X using different units. Create additional measuring practice activities. X X Compare Using Unusual Units / Rolling Along with Links (Overhead ) measurements Set up a center with Ribbon, yarn or string of different lengths for measuring with links-make a recording sheet and X X X X X X X use. New Brunswick Public Schools 12 of 29 2007/2008 Course: MATH TRAILBLAZERS GRADE 1 UNIT 7: PATTERNS AND DESIGNS » What methods and strategies can we use to Essential identify, describe and build patterns in designs? Curriculum Infusion Levels of Instruction Questions: Comprehension Interdisciplinary Knowledge Application Evaluation Synthesis Essential activities to all units: Technology Analysis Extended Modified Infusion Infusion Career Study DPP‟s, journal writing and unit tests. Objectives Suggested Activities/Strategies Develop a general Line Up (Overhead) sense of patterns Play the game “What‟s my Pattern?” Ask students to match X X X X X X X the pattern blocks by size, shape, and color. Name, extend, Pick Apart a Pattern/Name Patterns (Overhead ) X translate and record X X X X X X patterns Begin with regular translations X X Let students create their own patterns from teacher translations X X X Use Website “First Grade Interactive.com” for patterns. Use symbols to Pick Apart a Pattern/Name Patterns (Overhead) represent patterns Have students practice making name patterns with different X X X X X X X names. Create a practice sheet with spacing for students to place ABBA..etc under the pattern. X X Create patterns Pick Apart a Pattern/Name Patterns (Overhead) Use an ink stamps for students to create patterns. Have students design their own placemat using the pattern X X X X X X blocks. X Students can be given precut shapes to also create patterns. X X Students can cut out their shapes X X New Brunswick Public Schools 13 of 29 2007/2008 Course: MATH TRAILBLAZERS GRADE 1 UNIT 7: PATTERNS AND DESIGNS What methods and strategies can we use to Essential identify, describe and build patterns in designs? Curriculum Infusion Levels of Instruction Questions: Comprehension Interdisciplinary Knowledge Application Evaluation Synthesis Essential activities to all units: Technology Analysis Extended Modified Infusion Infusion Career Study DPP‟s, journal writing and unit tests. Objectives Suggested Activities/Strategies Explore line Pattern Block Symmetry/Balancing Act symmetry (Overhead Mira) Ask math specialist for miras and set up as a center. Have students make shapes of pattern blocks or pictures and use miras to trace. Have them color and display as bulletin X X X X X X X board. With emergent learners instead of tracing the mira images have them repeat the simple pattern with the shapes or pattern blocks. Emphasize the flipping of the shapes since it will be on the Terra Nova test. Students can fold paper, cut a shape then open to see the symmetry. X X New Brunswick Public Schools 14 of 29 2007/2008 Course: MATH TRAILBLAZERS GRADE 1 UNIT 8: SUBTRACTING TO SOLVE PROBLEMS » How can we use mathematical language and Essential strategies to write number sentences for real Curriculum Infusion Levels of Instruction Questions: world subtraction problems? Comprehension Interdisciplinary Knowledge Application Evaluation Synthesis Essential activities to all units: Technology Analysis Extended Modified Infusion Infusion Career Study DPP‟s, journal writing and unit tests. Objectives Suggested Activities/Strategies Develop language for subtraction stories X X X X X X X X At the Circus/Clowning Around/Our Own Stories (Overhead /S.S.) Find posters that have multiple pictures of animals or circus performers and use them in small group so they can write a subtraction story. Make a list of subtraction words and hang X X X in class. Model subtraction At the Circus /Clowning Around/Our Own Stories using manipulatives (Overhead /S.S.) X Can set up a big tent work mat and have students draw X X X X X X X pictures of circus performers and write number sentences. Make pictures and/or use cutouts to model number sentences. Lesson must be visual. X X Learn to partition How Many in the Bag numbers Use paper bags and have students partition different sets of X X X X X X from ten to twenty counters by placing them in the correct labeled bag. Use the counting up How Many in the Bag/Making Flip Books strategy to find the Use Website “First Grade Interactive.com” to practice X X X X X X X missing part subtraction problems. New Brunswick Public Schools 15 of 29 2007/2008 Course: MATH TRAILBLAZERS GRADE 1 UNIT 9: GROUPING BY TENS » How can we use the language of tens and ones Essential to describe the number names for groups of Curriculum Infusion Levels of Instruction Questions: everyday materials? Comprehension Interdisciplinary Knowledge Application Evaluation Synthesis Essential activities to all units: Technology Analysis Extended Modified Infusion Infusion Career Study DPP‟s, journal writing and unit tests. Objectives Suggested Activities/Strategies Group and count by Spill the Beans/ Full of Beans (Overhead) ten Have students practice grouping beans in groups of tens. X X X X X X X They should then count by tens and ones. Name numbers using Spill the Beans (Overhead) X grouping and Set up a group of beans or cubes and have students write X X X X X X conventional the number. language Use egg crates with no more than 40 beans. X X Extension Activity URG Pg 284: Have students identify which totals are between ranges. X X Represent numbers More or less than 100 (Overhead) using cubes Set up a bucket of cubes and different numbers and have X X X X X X X students represent the number. Connect two digit The 50 Chart (Overhead) numbers with Cut apart a 100‟s chart using numbers i-50. Make a puzzle groupings of tens and using horizontal and vertical shapes and place at the center X X X X X X ones station. Only use horizontal strips X X New Brunswick Public Schools 16 of 29 2007/2008 Course: MATH TRAILBLAZERS GRADE 1 UNIT 9: GROUPING BY TENS » How can we use the language of tens and ones to Essential describe the number names for groups of everyday Curriculum Infusion Levels of Instruction Questions: materials? Comprehension Interdisciplinary Knowledge Application Evaluation Synthesis Essential activities to all units: Technology Analysis Extended Modified Infusion Infusion Career Study DPP‟s, journal writing and unit tests. Objectives Suggested Activities/Strategies Explore number The 50 Chart (Overhead) sequences Mix up a hundred or 50 chart have the students put them in X X X X X X order. X Make desk size copies of the 100 Chart for each student. X X Understand number The 100 Chart (Overhead) X sequences on the Have children roll dice and have them move up the hundred X X X X X 50 and 100 chart chart. Make additional copies of the Target Numbers Activity and give students a new set of number to fill in the center boxes of X X the five-square segments Make copies of the Tricky Target Numbers Activity page for students who are ready for more work with the 100 chart. X X Identify interval in Measuring with Connecting Links (Overhead) X which a number is X X X X X X found Write numbers between 20 and 80 on index cards. Give two or three cards to student pairs. Have them determine in which interval each number should go and tell which number is the X X greatest and which is least. Compare and order Measuring with Connecting Links (Overhead) numbers Set up a center where students have to put numbers in order. X X X X X X X Understand relative Numbers in the News (Overhead/S.S) magnitude Have students locate numbers in the newspaper fliers and X X X X X X X X X make a collage. New Brunswick Public Schools 17 of 29 2007/2008 Course: MATH TRAILBLAZERS GRADE 1 UNIT 10: MEASURMENT: AREA methods and strategies can we use to » What Essential measure dimensions of different shapes? Curriculum Infusion Levels of Instruction Questions: Comprehension Interdisciplinary Knowledge Application Evaluation Synthesis Essential activities to all units: Technology Analysis Extended Modified Infusion Infusion Career Study DPP‟s, journal writing and unit tests. Objectives Suggested Activities/Strategies Use a nonstandard Finding Area with Pennies (Overhead) unit to estimate area Set up different shapes that students can measure with X X X X X X X pennies. Explore relative size Finding Area with Pennies (Overhead) among plane figures Set up different shapes that students can measure with pennies. Have students put shapes in order from smallest X X X X X X X to largest. Find the area of Goldilocks and the Three Rectangles/How Much Area rectangles in square (Overhead/Literacy) X inches Make up extra rectangles for students to measure with X X X X X X X square inches. Use a ruler to Goldilocks and the Three Rectangles (Overhead/Literacy) measure length Make up extra rectangles for students to measure with a X X X X X X X X ruler. Use manipulatives to Unit Designs/The Midnight Visit (Overhead/Literacy) measure area Set up work mats with drawings of rectangle houses of X various sizes. Students will use square inch tiles to X X X X X X X measure. Compare areas of How Much Area/ Unit Designs (Overhead) different figures Have students put shapes in order from smallest to largest X X X X X X X by the shapes area. New Brunswick Public Schools 18 of 29 2007/2008 Course: MATH TRAILBLAZERS GRADE 1 UNIT 11: LOOKING AT 100 » What approaches and strategies can we use to Essential represent numbers up to 100 with different Curriculum Infusion Levels of Instruction Questions: materials? Comprehension Interdisciplinary Knowledge Application Evaluation Synthesis Essential activities to all units: Technology Analysis Extended Modified Infusion Infusion Career Study DPP‟s, journal writing and unit tests. Objectives Suggested Activities/Strategies Count objects 100 Links (Overhead) Set up a counting station. Use 100‟s chart, dice and X X X X X X counters at work station. X Group in tens 100 Links (Overhead) Have students practice grouping beans in groups of tens. X X X X X X X Extension URG P363 Students may partition their 100 link chains into four or more parts and record number sentences X X that describe their partitions. Explore the 100 Links (Overhead) relationship between Have students practice grouping beans in groups of tens. X facts of and multiples They should then count by tens and ones. X X X X X X of ten Understand currency Pennies and Dimes/Dimes, Nickels, and Quarters (Overhead) Use Website “First Grade Interactive.com” to practice counting money. Set up centers where students can X X X X X X practice counting money. The students should practice X identifying coins and their value. Students must be provided with models of coins with their value indicated. X X New Brunswick Public Schools 19 of 29 2007/2008 Course: MATH TRAILBLAZERS GRADE 1 UNIT 11: LOOKING AT 100 » What approaches and strategies can we use to Essential represent numbers up to 100 with different Curriculum Infusion Levels of Instruction Questions: materials? Comprehension Interdisciplinary Knowledge Application Evaluation Synthesis Essential activities to all units: Technology Analysis Extended Modified Infusion Infusion Career Study DPP‟s, journal writing and unit tests. Objectives Suggested Activities/Strategies Develop an X understanding of Arrow Dynamics (Overhead) Set up a 100‟s chart and tasks cards for students to practice X X X X X X number relationships exploring Activity must be modeled. X X Students Can work on their own. X X Collect and record Arrow Dynamics/Weather 2:Winter Skies data (Overhead/Science) X X X X X X X X Use large paper to model the bar graph. Analyze bar graphs Arrow Dynamics/Weather 2:Winter Skies (Overhead/Science) X X X X X X X X Use large paper to analyze the bar graph. New Brunswick Public Schools 20 of 29 2007/2008 Course: MATH TRAILBLAZERS GRADE 1 UNIT 13: THINKING ABOUT ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION What solution methods and strategies can you we Essential use to develop problem solving skills in real world Curriculum Infusion Levels of Instruction Questions: addition and subtraction? Comprehension Interdisciplinary Knowledge Application Evaluation Synthesis Essential activities to all units: Technology Analysis Extended Modified Infusion Infusion Career Study DPP‟s, journal writing and unit tests. Objectives Suggested Activities/Strategies Work with numbers Make Ten (Overhead) whose sum is ten Have children work with different sums by drawing number X X X X X X X cards. Write number Seeing Doubles (Overhead) sentences for doubles Set up a center where students practice their doubles. X X X X X X Explore the Doubles and Halves relationship between Set up a center where students practice their doubles and X X X X X X doubling and halving halves. Review concept of Odd and Even Revisited odd and even Students will grab handfuls of beans and decide if it is odd or even. Make a chart showing which numbers would be X X X X X X even and odd. Solve addition and Problem Solving (Overhead/Literacy) subtraction problems Strategies for problem solving: Emphasize key vocabulary using various words, circle key words, make a chart, picture or graph, strategies highlight words for students. Allow students to use any X correct strategy and have them explain their thinking. X X X X X X Use website First Grade Interactive to practice adding and subtracting. X New Brunswick Public Schools 21 of 29 2007/2008 Course: MATH TRAILBLAZERS GRADE 1 UNIT 14: EXPLORING MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION What strategies and representations can we use Essential for repeated addition and subtraction situations? Curriculum Infusion Levels of Instruction Questions: Comprehension Interdisciplinary Knowledge Application Evaluation Synthesis Essential activities to all units: Technology Analysis Extended Modified Infusion Infusion Career Study DPP‟s, journal writing and unit tests. Objectives Suggested Activities/Strategies Work with multiples of Math Mice 2, 3, 5 If toothpicks are too hard glue you can replace them straws or you can have the children draw them. X X X X X X SG Page 15 & 151Activity „Squid Squares‟ for homework. Work in small groups to complete same assignment. X X X Collect, organize and Pets – Lab graph data Hint: Use large chart paper to model and work on data. X X X X X X Students work in small groups to answer questions from Pet Graph SG Pg 155. X X X Students work individually or with large group. X X X Apply counting and Pets grouping skills Use toy counters and paper cups for students to group. X X X X X X Organize data into Pets tables and graphs Enlarge data tables and graphs. X X X X X X Use multiplication and Problems that Will Knock Your Socks Off division strategies to (Overhead/Literacy) X X X X X X X X solve problems Read the problem, discuss the problem, circle key words. Give more room to draw pictures. X X X Create extra problems for students to solve. New Brunswick Public Schools 22 of 29 2007/2008 Course: MATH TRAILBLAZERS GRADE 1 UNIT 17: MOVING BEYOND 100 » How can we use the language of hundreds, tens Essential and ones to describe the number names for Curriculum Infusion Levels of Instruction Questions: groups of everyday materials? Comprehension Interdisciplinary Knowledge Application Evaluation Synthesis Essential activities to all units: Technology Analysis Extended Modified Infusion Infusion Career Study DPP‟s, journal writing and unit tests. Objectives Suggested Activities/Strategies Group and count in Counting One Hundred Seventy-two (Overhead) ones, tens, hundreds Children may reinforce skills by using a 200 hundreds chart and counting materials and place a task index chart “ex. X X X X X X locate 162 on chart”. X Group objects greater Counting One Hundred Seventy-two /Our Class in Tensland than 100 and less (Overhead/Literacy) X than 200 Place a container of beans and for students to group and X X X X X X count. Include counting tools for children. X Represent amounts Our Class in Tensland (Overhead/Literacy) X symbolically Use bundles of straws and different colored rubber bands to X X X X X X group into hundreds, tens and ones. X Extend addition Adding Hundreds (Overhead/computer) strategies to large X X X X X X X numbers Create similar sheets for extra practice. Use website First Grade Interactive to practice adding X X X hundreds. New Brunswick Public Schools 23 of 29 2007/2008 Course: MATH TRAILBLAZERS GRADE 1 UNIT 12: CUBES AND VOLUME » Whatmethods can we use to build and Essential communicate the volume and area of three Curriculum Infusion Levels of Instruction Questions: dimensional cube models? Comprehension Interdisciplinary Knowledge Application Evaluation Synthesis Essential activities to all units: Technology Analysis Extended Modified Infusion Infusion Career Study DPP‟s, journal writing and unit tests. Objectives Suggested Activities/Strategies Develop spatial visualization skills X X X X X X X X Skylines/TIMS Tower (Overhead/Science) Enlarge a chart to model the rules for building tower. Explore relationship Skylines (Overhead) X X X X X X between space and X volume Small group activity. Provide additional examples. Use one inch graph paper and cubes for students to build X X X and recreate their partner‟s model. Sort and classify Skylines (Overhead) shapes Set up center for students to explore with shapes. X X X X X X Build models using Cubic Classroom (Overhead) X X X X X X connecting cubes Give students specific objects to model. Have students create their own models. X X Complete Basil the Basset Hound Activity independently. X X X X Find the volume of models using Cubic Classroom (Overhead) X X X X X X X connecting cubes Students can make drawing of their cube models. Approximate the Cubic Classroom (Overhead) volume of objects by Have students compare the volume of each others X X X X X X X comparison models. Use counting strategies TIMS Tower (Overhead/science) X to find volume Set up center for students to find the height and volume. X X X X X X X New Brunswick Public Schools 24 of 29 2007/2008 Course: MATH TRAILBLAZERS GRADE 1 UNIT 15: EXPLORING 3-D SHAPES » What characteristics and interrelationships of 3-D Essential shapes can we identify and explain in our Curriculum Infusion Levels of Instruction Questions: environment? Comprehension Interdisciplinary Knowledge Application Evaluation Synthesis Essential activities to all units: Technology Analysis Extended Modified Infusion Infusion Career Study DPP‟s, journal writing and unit tests. Objectives Suggested Activities/Strategies Identify and classify Tubes, Boxes, Spheres, and Cubes/Looking at Prisms 3-D shapes Ask the math specialist to give you 3-d shapes for the students to explore. Make a chart with the class with the X X X X X X attributes of each shape. Develop spatial-visual Sizing Cylinders /Looking at Prisms understanding of 3-D Have students create 3-d shapes using gum drops or marsh X X X X X X shapes mellows using tooth picks. Compare the height Sizing Cylinders to the circumference Have a center set up so students can practice measuring of a cylinder the height and circumference of a cylinder using a 40 cm X X X X X X string. Have students use a ruler to give the dimensions of the cylinders determined by the strings. X X Explore 3-D Shapes Tubes, Boxes, Spheres, and Cubes/In the Shapes Kitchen in the real world Set up a center activity where students can match the X X X X X X correct name with a real world 3-d shape. New Brunswick Public Schools 25 of 29 2007/2008 Course: MATH TRAILBLAZERS GRADE 1 UNIT 16: COLLECTING AND ORGANIZING DATA » How can we categorize and graph data using Essential different methods and strategies? Curriculum Infusion Levels of Instruction Questions: Comprehension Interdisciplinary Knowledge Application Evaluation Synthesis Essential activities to all units: Technology Analysis Extended Modified Infusion Infusion Career Study DPP‟s, journal writing and unit tests. Objectives Suggested Activities/Strategies Use a survey to study variables The Martians (Overhead/health) X X X X X X X X Create a chart showing the TIMS laboratory Method. Classify items into Food Sort /Healthy Kids (Overhead/health) categories Enlarge SG pg. 179 X X X X X X X X X Collect, graph and Healthy Kids (Overhead/health) analyze data Enlarge graphs and data table. X X X X X X X X Compare two sets of Healthy Kids (Overhead/health) data Use previous graphs and data tables to complete journal X X X X X X X X prompt. New Brunswick Public Schools 26 of 29 2007/2008 Course: MATH TRAILBLAZERS GRADE 1 UNIT 18: PIECES, PARTS AND SYMMETRY » How can we apply different strategies to Essential represent part-whole fractions with different Curriculum Infusion Levels of Instruction Questions: materials? Comprehension Interdisciplinary Knowledge Application Evaluation Synthesis Essential activities to all units: Technology Analysis Extended Modified Infusion Infusion Career Study DPP‟s, journal writing and unit tests. Objectives Suggested Activities/Strategies Identify lines of Fold and Color (Overhead) symmetry Have the students make paper snowflakes to review X X X X X X symmetry. X Understand and Fold and Color/Equal and Unequal/Fraction Puzzles illustrate fractions (Overhead) In a center have children play a matching game with shapes X X X X X X X that have different colored fractions and their symbols. Explore parts-whole Equal and Unequal/ Fold and Color (Overhead) relationship in Use gram crackers to model parts-whole relationship in X X X X X X X fractions fractions. Explore fractional A Class Full of Fractions (Overhead) parts of sets Have students draw pictures to show fractions. X X X X X X X Have students create pictures and stories like the Drawing Fractions Activity. X X New Brunswick Public Schools 27 of 29 2007/2008 Course: MATH TRAILBLAZERS GRADE 1 UNIT 19: MEASUREMENT AND MAPPING can we use visualization and » How Essential communication to represent motion on a line? Curriculum Infusion Levels of Instruction Questions: Comprehension Interdisciplinary Knowledge Application Evaluation Synthesis Essential activities to all units: Technology Analysis Extended Modified Infusion Infusion Career Study DPP‟s, journal writing and unit tests. Objectives Suggested Activities/Strategies Determine the Meet Mr. O and Mr. O‟s Map/ Mr. O Left/Right/Buried distance between two Treasure (Overhead/S.S) X points Have students practice finding the distance between two X X X X X X X points in a center. Measure length using Mr. O Left/Right (Overhead/S.S) nonstandard units Enlarge and laminate a template of Mr. O‟s map to have X X X X X X X X students practice. Relate distance and Meet Mr. O and Mr. O‟s Map /Mr. O Left/Right direction on a map (Overhead/S.S) X Set up a map a simple map where children can relate X X X X X X X distance and direction. Number line to the left Mr. O Left/Right (Overhead/S.S) and right of origin Use a template of Mr. O‟s map in a center to help the X X X X X X X X children practice. New Brunswick Public Schools 28 of 29 2007/2008 Course: MATH TRAILBLAZERS GRADE 1 UNIT 20: LOOKING BACK AT THE FIRST GRADE What problem solving strategies can we apply to a Essential variety of problems encountered this year? Curriculum Infusion Levels of Instruction Questions: Comprehension Interdisciplinary Knowledge Application Evaluation Synthesis Essential activities to all units: Technology Analysis Extended Modified Infusion Infusion Career Study DPP‟s, journal writing and unit tests. Objectives Suggested Activities/Strategies Assessing problem Problem Solving –End of Year Test solving strategies and Set up problem solving centers in areas that students are X X X X X X concepts weak in or problems that they need to review. New Brunswick Public Schools 29 of 29 2007/2008