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									                                   Best Standards-Based Technology Integration Practices
                                  for 21st Century Classrooms in Harrison County Schools
                                         Janet Benincosa, Harrison County Technology Integration Specialist

LUMBERPORT ELEMENTARY: FOURTH GRADE MATH
Team Members:
Charlotte Robinson
Anita Ballard
Holly Hawkins
Kari Southern
                                        21st CENTURY
                                     FOURTH GRADE MATH
              CONTENT STANDARDS AND OBJECTIVES FOR WEST VIRGINIA SCHOOLS (2520.2)
The West Virginia Standards for 21st Century Learning include the following components:
                                                          st
21st Century Content Standards and Objectives and 21 Century Learning Skills and Technology Tools.

All West Virginia teachers are responsible for classroom instruction that integrates learning skills, technology tools and content standards and objectives.




Fourth Grade Math
M.O.4.1.1       read, write, order,
                and compare whole           http://www.funbrain.com/kidscenter.html - click on “Place Value Puzzler” and “One False Move”
                numbers to the              (even negative)
                millions place and
                decimals to                 http://irc.harr.k12.wv.us/childu/index.html
                thousandths place           Odyssey lessons – 40912, 40913, 40915, 40922, 40923, 40924
                using a variety of
                strategies (e.g.
                symbols,
                manipulatives,
                number line, pictorial
                representations).




                                                                  Janet Benincosa, TI Specialist
M.O.4.1.2   demonstrate an
            understanding of the    http://www.linkslearning.org/Kids/1_Math/2_Illustrated_Lessons/3_Place_Value/index.html
            place value of each     This is an interactive video.
            digit utilizing
            standard and            http://illuminations.nctm.org search under place value
            expanded form
            through 1,000,000
            with multiples of 10    http://www.census.gov/dmd/www/pdf/k4ch2.pdf
            [(5 X 10,000) + (3 X
            1,000) + (4 X 10) +
            2].                     http://aaaknow.com/dec51bx2.htm

                                    http://irc.harr.k12.wv.us/childu/index.html
                                    Odyssey lessons – 40909, 40910, 40911

                                    Students can use manipulatives on overhead to demonstrate place value.

M.O.4.1.3   estimate solutions to
            problems including      http://aaaknow.com/ click on estimation
            rounding,
            benchmarks,             http://www.mrnussbaumgames.com/golfgame/Golf_home.html
            compatible numbers
            and evaluate the        http://irc.harr.k12.wv.us/childu/index.html
            reasonableness of       Odyssey lessons – 40925, 40926, 40927, 40989, 41031
            the solution, justify
            results.




                                                       Janet Benincosa, TI Specialist
M.O.4.1.4   using concrete
            models, benchmark        http://www.funbrain.com/kidscenter.html -click on ”Fresh Baked Fractions”
            fractions, number
            line                     http://mathplayground.com/Matching_Fraction_Percent.html
                 • compare and
                    order            Interactive math charts using numonics board. They can be purchased through Software for
                    fractions with   Schools.
                    like and
                    unlike           http://irc.harr.k12.wv.us/childu/index.html
                    denominator      Odyssey lessons – 40977, 40978, 40979, 40980, 40981, 40982, 40983, 40984, 40986, 40987,
                    s                41003, 41004, 41006, 41007, 41014, 41015
                 • add &
                    subtract
                    fractions with
                    like & unlike
                    denominator
                    s
                 • model
                    equivalent
                    fractions
                 • model
                    addition and
                    subtraction
                    of mixed
                    numbers
                    with and
                    without
                    regrouping.




                                                      Janet Benincosa, TI Specialist
M.O.4.1.5   analyze the
            relationship of         http://www.factmonster.com/ type fractions in search
            fractions to decimals
            using concrete          http://illuminations.nctm.org/ActivityDetail.aspx?id=11
            objects and pictorial
            representations.        http://irc.harr.k12.wv.us/childu/index.html
                                    Odyssey lessons – 41022, 41023, 41003, 41004, 40986, 40987




M.O.4.1.6   round decimals to
            the nearest whole,      http://aaaknow.com/dec44cx2.htm - nearest 10th
            10th, or 100th place.
                                    http://aaaknow.com/dec44bx2.htm - nearest 100th

                                    http://aplusmath.com/Flashcards/rounding.html - rounding flashcards

                                    http://irc.harr.k12.wv.us/childu/index.html
                                    Odyssey lessons – 41017, 41018, 41003, 41004




                                                      Janet Benincosa, TI Specialist
M.O.4.1.7   add and subtract
            whole numbers(up to      http://www.funbrain.com/kidscenter.html – click on “Math Baseball”, “Math Car Racing”, “Power
            five –digit number)      Football”
            and decimals to the
            1000th place,            http://irc.harr.k12.wv.us/childu/index.html
            multiply (up to three    Odyssey lessons - 40967, 40968, 41029, 40969, 40970, 41030, 40870, 40867, 40887, 40890,
            digits by two-digits,    40901, 40906, 40905, 41025, 41026
            and divide(up to a
            three digit number       Students can use calculators to demonstrate adding and subtracting numbers.
            with a one and two-
            digit number) .

M.O.4.1.8   solve multi-digit
            whole number             http://www.funbrain.com/kidscenter.html - click on “Math Baseball”, “Math Car Racing”, “Power
            multiplication           Football”
            problems using a
            variety of strategies,   http://irc.harr.k12.wv.us/childu/index.html
            including the            Odyssey lessons – 40868, 40869, 40866, 40870, 40867, 40872, 40888, 41147,
            standard algorithm,
            justify methods
            used.




                                                      Janet Benincosa, TI Specialist
M.O.4.1.9    quick recall of basic
             multiplication facts    http://aplusmath.com/Flashcards/multiplication.html for multiplication facts
             and corresponding
             division facts.         http://aplusmath.com/Flashcards/division.html for division facts

                                     http://www.factmonster.com/math/flashcards.html for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and
                                     division

                                     http://www.multiplication.com/flashgames/Drums.htm multiplication game

                                     Odyssey lessons – 41147, 40886


M.O.4.1.10   create grade-level
             real-world              http://www.funbrain.com/kidscenter.html click on “Guess the Number”
             appropriate story
             problems using          http://irc.harr.k12.wv.us/childu/index.html
             multiple strategies     Odyssey lessons – 40925, 40926, 40927
             including simple
             ratios, justify the
             reason for choosing
             a particular strategy
             and present results.




                                                        Janet Benincosa, TI Specialist
M.O.4.2.1   determine the rule
                                    http://www.shodor.org/interactivate/activities/FunctionMachine/?version=1.4.2_03&browser=MSIE&vendor=Sun_Microsystems_Inc.
            and explain how
            change in one
            variable relates to     http://www.shodor.org/interactivate/activities/NumberCruncher/
            the change in the
            second variable,        http://www.quizville.com/numberMachine2.php
            given an input/output
            model using two         http://irc.harr.k12.wv.us/childu/index.html
            operations.             Odyssey lessons – 40919, 40921, 40942, 40943, 40944



M.O.4.2.2   recognize and
            describe                http://www.funbrain.com/cgi-bin/pw.cgi?A1=s&A2=2
            relationships in
            which quantities        http://www.thinkfinity.org – search under proportions math grades 3-5. 33 matches were found.
            change
            proportionally.




                                                          Janet Benincosa, TI Specialist
M.O.4.2.3   represent the idea of
            a variable as an        www.thinkfinity.org – search variables grades 3-5. 65 matches were found.
            unknown quantity
            using a letter, write   http://irc.harr.k12.wv.us/childu/index.html
            an expression using     Odyssey lessons – 40931, 40932, 40933, 40942
            a variable to
            describe a real-world
            situation.




M.O.4.2.4   solve real-world
            problems involving      http://scienceacademy.com/1024768/BI/index.html click on word problems under Table of Contents
            order of operations
            including grouping      http://www.actionmath.com/Katie1/Katiewp1.html
            symbols and the four
            operations,             http://www.mathcantakeyouplaces.org/games.lasso

                                    http://irc.harr.k12.wv.us/childu/index.html
                                    Odyssey lessons – 40942, 40943, 40944




                                                       Janet Benincosa, TI Specialist
M.O.4.3.1   identify, classify,
            compare and             http://mathplayground.com/Matching_Shapes.html
            contrast two-
            dimensional             http://irc.harr.k12.wv.us/childu/index.html
            (including              Odyssey lessons – 40837, 40838, 40822
            quadrilateral shapes)
            and three-
            dimensional
            geometric figures
            according to
            attributes.

M.O.4.3.2   recognize and
            describe three-         http://irc.harr.k12.wv.us/childu/index.html
            dimensional objects     Odyssey lessons – 40837, 40838, 40822
            from different
            perspectives.           Using “Folding Geometric Shapes” kit students can demonstrate three dimensional objects on the
                                    overhead.




                                                       Janet Benincosa, TI Specialist
M.O.4.3.3   identify, draw, label,
            compare and               http://www.factmonster.com/math/knowledgebox/baseball-geometry.html
            classify
                • lines               http://irc.harr.k12.wv.us/childu/index.html
                     (intersecting,   Odyssey lessons – 40823, 40824, 40818
                     parallel, and
                     perpendicula
                     r)
                • angles
                     (acute, right,
                     obtuse, and
                     straight)
M.O.4.3.4   identify and create a
            two-dimensional           http://www.factmonster.com/math/knowledgebox/baseball-geometry.html
            design with one line
            of symmetry.              http://www.linkslearning.org/Kids/1_Math/2_Illustrated_Lessons/4_Line_Symmetry/index.html

                                      http://irc.harr.k12.wv.us/childu/index.html
                                      Odyssey lessons – 40846, 40847, 41143

                                      Observe lines of symmetry in objects of nature by taking pictures with a digital camera.




                                                         Janet Benincosa, TI Specialist
M.O.4.3.5   graph/plot ordered
            pairs on a first-    http://www.shodor.org/interactivate/activities/OrderedSimplePlot/
            quadrant grid and
            use the coordinate   http://irc.harr.k12.wv.us/childu/index.html
            system to specify    Odyssey lessons – 40839, 40840, 40841, 40842, 40843
            location and
            describe path.




M.O.4.3.6   draw and identify
            parts of a circle:   http://mathgoodies.com/lessons/vol2/circumference.html
            center point,
            diameter, and        http://mathforum.org/dr.math/faq/faq.grazing.html
            radius.

                                 http://irc.harr.k12.wv.us/childu/index.html
                                 Odyssey lessons – 40835, 40836, 40819




                                                    Janet Benincosa, TI Specialist
M.O.4.3.7   select, analyze and
            justify appropriate       http://www.apples4theteacher.com/tangrams.html
            use of
            transformations           http://irc.harr.k12.wv.us/childu/index.html
            (translations,            Odyssey lessons – 40844, 40845, 41141, 40826, 40827, 40828, 41140
            rotations, flips) to
            solve geometric
            problems including
            congruency and
            tiling (tessellations).


M.O.4.4.1   select appropriate
            measuring tools,          http://www.apples4theteacher.com/temperature-conversion.html
            apply and convert
            standard units within     http://www.apples4theteacher.com/measure.html good for remediation or Special Ed.
            a system to
            estimate, measure,        http://www.rainforestmaths.com/ click on measurement
            compare and order
            real-world                http://irc.harr.k12.wv.us/childu/index.html
            measurements              Odyssey lessons – 40916, 40917, 40918, 40928, 40929, 40930, 40934, 40935, 40936, 40939,
            including:                40940, 40941, 40945, 40946, 40947, 40951, 40952, 40953, 40954, 40955, 41033, 40962, 40963,
                • lengths using       40964, 40965, 40966
                    customary
                    (to the
                    nearest one-
                    fourth inch)
                    and metric
                    units, /
                    weight, /
                    capacity, /
                    temperature,
                    and / justify
                    and present
                    results.




                                                       Janet Benincosa, TI Specialist
M.O.4.4.2   demonstrate an
            understanding of the   http://www.nzmaths.co.nz/measurement/Area/Area.aspx
            formula used to
            determine the area     http://www.mathplayground.com/geometryMovie.html
            of rectangles and
            squares and use this   http://illuminations.nctm.org/LessonDetail.aspx?ID=U160
            formula to compare
            areas of rectangles    http://www.funbrain.com/poly/index.html
            and squares.
                                   http://irc.harr.k12.wv.us/childu/index.html
                                   Odyssey lessons – 40974, 40975

M.O.4.4.3   read time to the
            minute, calculate      http://sln.fi.edu/time/Journey/JustInTime/lesson5.html
            elapsed time in
            hours/minutes within   http://www.shodor.org/interactivate/activities/ClockWise/ click on random
            a 24-hour period.
                                   http://www.edu4kids.com/index.php?TB=30&page=13

                                   http://www.lil-fingers.com/games/time/

                                   http://irc.harr.k12.wv.us/childu/index.html
                                   Odyssey lessons – 40872, 40888, 41147, 40991, 40992, 40848, 40489, 40142, 40862, 40863,
                                   40864, 40821, 40937, 40938, 41148




                                                      Janet Benincosa, TI Specialist
M.O.4.4.4   given real-world
            situations, count     http://www.kidsnumbers.com/money/money_count.php
            coins and bills and
            determine correct     http://www.kidsnumbers.com/keep_the_change.php
            change.
                                  http://www.funbrain.com/funbrain/cashreg/

                                  http://www.little-g.com/shockwave/cents.html

                                  http://www.mrnussbaum.com/cashout/index.html

                                  http://irc.harr.k12.wv.us/childu/index.html
                                  Odyssey lessons – 41020, 41021, 40964, 40965, 40966, 40948, 40949, 40950, 40956, 40957,
                                  40958, 40959, 40960, 40961

M.O.4.5.1   read and interpret
            information           http://illuminations.nctm.org/ActivityDetail.aspx?ID=60
            represented on a
            circle graph.         http://www.shodor.org/interactivate/activities/AdjustableSpinner/




                                                    Janet Benincosa, TI Specialist
M.O.4.5.2   pose a grade-
            appropriate question   http://illuminations.nctm.org/LessonDetail.aspx?ID=L222
            that can be
            addressed with data,   http://illuminations.nctm.org/LessonDetail.aspx?ID=L579
            collect, organize,
            display, and analyze   http://illuminations.nctm.org/LessonDetail.aspx?ID=L297
            data in order to
            answer the question.   http://illuminations.nctm.org/LessonDetail.aspx?ID=L287




M.O.4.5.3   design and conduct
            a simple probability   http://illuminations.nctm.org/ActivityDetail.aspx?id=67
            experiment using
            concrete objects,      http://irc.harr.k12.wv.us/childu/index.html
            examine and list all   Odyssey lessons – 40850, 40851, 41144, 40852, 40853, 41145, 40875, 40878, 40876, 40879,
            possible               40880, 40881
            combinations using
            a tree diagram,
            represent the
            outcomes as a ratio
            and present the
            results.

Great Site! For all grade levels and subjects
http://www.willoughby-eastlake.k12.oh.us/classroom/technology/

Interactive math charts, software, and DVDs are available for purchase from Software for Schools at
www.NationalSchoolProducts.com




                                                     Janet Benincosa, TI Specialist

								
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