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Essential Questions Content Skills Assessment
*  How do you know how much a digit is worth?

*  How do you compare and order numbers?

*  How do you add and subract whole and decimal numbers?

*How do you estimate a sum or difference?

*How do you round whole number or decimal?


 
I.  PLACE VALUE, ADDING & SUBTRACTING

    
A.  Place Value - Whole Numbers and Decimals    
    B.  Number Sense
    C. Adding and Subtracting
    D.  Estimating
I.  PLACE VALUE, ADDING & SUBTRACTING

A1 Read and write
seven-digit numbers.

A2 Compare decimal numbers and whole numbers through six digits.

A3 Identify place value of a digit in seven-digit numbers

B1. Round whole numbers to any digit in a seven digit number.

C1. Compute basic math facts for addition, subtraction using whole numbers and decimals.

D1.  Estimate sums and differences
   I. PLACE VALUE, ADDING & SUBTRACTING

A-D. 
October 2011
 
Essential Questions Content Skills Assessment
  II.  MULTIPLICATION
    
A.  Estimation
    B.  Computation









III. ALGEBRA

    A. Variables and Expressions
    B.  Evaluating Expressions
    C. Solving Equations
    D. Input/Output charts
II. MULTIPLICATION


A1.  Determine if estimated products are reasonable
B1.  Multiply with zeros
B2.  Multiply with decimals
B3.  Multiply by 1 and 2 digits
B4.  Identify patterns and multiples


III.  ALGEBRA

A1. Writing expressions from word problems
B1.  Evaluate one step algebra problems
C1.  Identify the value of the variable
D1.  Find the rule to complete input/output charts
 II. MULTIPLICATION


A-C. Chapter 2 test (25 MC, 2 OE, 1 GR)
 





III. ALGEBRA

A-B. Chapter 2 test (25 MC, 2 OE, 1 GR)

B. Daily fact test

B. Daily fact games
November 2011
 
Essential Questions Content Skills Assessment
  IV. DIVISION   

    A.  Estimation    
    B.  Computation
    C.  Graphing
        
IV. DIVISION

A1. Determine if estimated quotients are reasonable
B1.  Divide with zeros
B2.  Divide with decimals
B3.  Divide by 1 and 2 digits
B4.  Identify factors
B5.  Distinguish between prime and composite numbers
C1.  Determine order of operations
C2.  Graph ordered pairs
C3.  Interpret rules, tables and graphs
IV. DIVISION

A-C. Chapter 2 test (25 multiple choice, 2 open ended, 1 gridded response)

B. Daily fact test
B. Daily fact games
December 2011
 
Essential Questions Content Skills Assessment
 
IV. DIVISION 

A. Estimation
B. Computation
C. Graphing












V.  DATA, GRAPHS, AND PROBABILITY

A.   Graphing - bar, double bar, circle, line, stem and leaf, frequency table
B.   Central Tendancy
IV. DIVISION

A1. Determine if estimated quotients are reasonable
B1. Divide with zeros
B2. Divide with decimals
B3. Divide by 1 and 2 digits
B4. Identify factors
B5. Distinguish between prime and composite numbers
C1. Determine order of operations
C2. Graph ordered pairs
C3. Interpret rules, tables and graphs



V. DATA, GRAPHS, AND PROBABILITY

A1.  Creating and reading a variety of graphs
A2.  Choose an appropriate graph for given data
B1.  Determine mean median, range and mode of a set of numbers
IV. DIVISION

A-C. Chapter 3 test (25 multiple choice, 2 open ended, 1 gridded response)

B3. Daily fact test
B3. Daily fact games








V. DATA, GRAPHS, AND PROBABILITY


A1. Create a variety of graphs with a given set of data.
January 2012
 
Essential Questions Content Skills Assessment
  VI. DATA, GRAPHS, AND PROBABILITY

A. Graphing - bar, double bar, circle, line, stem and leaf, frequency table
B. Central Tendancy
C. Probability
VI. DATA, GRAPHS, AND PROBABILITY

A1. Creating and reading a variety of graphs
A2. Choose and create an appropriate graph for given data
B1. Determine on paper and with a calculator the mean median, range and mode of a set of numbers
C1. Predict and list outcomes of an event
C2. Express probability as a fraction
VI. DATA, GRAPHS, AND PROBABILITY 


IA. Create appropriate graphs with given data
IA-C. Chapter 5 test. (33 MC, 4 GR, 1CR)
February 2012
 
Essential Questions Content Skills Assessment
  VII.  GEOMETRY

A. Lines, Angles, and Circles
B.  Polygons
C.  Symmetry and Transformations


 
VII.  GEOMETRY

AI.  Identify and name parts of lines, angles, and circles
A2.  Create and measure angles
BI.  Identify and classify shapes
CI.  Identify congruent and similar figures
C2.  Determine whether figures are related by translation, reflection, or rotation.
C3. Identify and create symmetrical figures.
VII.  GEOMETRY

IA-C. Chapter test (30 MC, 1 GR, I CR)
A2. Create angels using your body
C2. Create examples of reflections, rotations, and translations.
C3. Identify alphabet letters and numbers that have symmetry.


 
March 2012
 
Essential Questions Content Skills Assessment
  VIII.  MEASURING SOLIDS

A.  Solids
B.  Volume and Capacity
C.  Weight and Mass
VIII. MEASURING SOLIDS

A1.  Identify nets of solid figures
A2. Draw and identify views of solid figures
A3. Calculate surface area of rectangular prisms.
B1. Calculate volume of rectangular prisms.
B2. Converting, adding and subtracting customary and metric units of capacity.
C1. Converting and estimating customary and metric units of weight/mass.

 
VIII. MEASURING SOLIDS

A-C. Chapter test (25 MC, 2 GR, 1CR)
A1. Activity - Create nets of 3D objects using polydrons
A2. Activity - Create pictures of top, front, side views.
April 2012
 
Essential Questions Content Skills Assessment
  IX.  FRACTION CONCEPTS

A.  Understanding fractions
B.  Fraction Relationships
C.  Fractions and Decimals
IX.  FRACTION CONCEPTS

A1. Convert mixed numbers to improper fractions
A2.  Convert improper fractions to mixed numbers
A3.  Estimate fractional amounts
A4.  Locate fractions and mixed numbers on a number line.
B1.  Make equivalent fractions
B2.  Compare fractions with unlike denominators
B3.  Simplify fractions
C1.Change fractions to decimals
C2.  Change decimals to fractions
C3.  Identify basic decimal to fraction equivalents

 
IX.  FRACTION CONCEPTS

A-B.  Informal assesments - games
 A-C (chapter test: 25 MC, 1 GR, 1 CR)
May 2012
 
Essential Questions Content Skills Assessment
  X.  FRACTION OPERATIONS  


A. Adding and subtracting fractions
B.  Adding and subtracting mixed numbers
C.  Multiplying and dividing fractions
          
X.  FRACTION OPERATIONS


A1.  Add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators
B1.  Add and subtract mixed numbers
B2.  Estimate sums and differences of mixed numbers
C1.  Multiply fractions by whole numbers
C2.  Estimating fraction products
C3.  Multiplying fractions
C4.  Multiplying mixed numbers
C5.  Dividing fractions
X.  FRACTION OPERATIONS


A-C.  Informal assessment - games
A-C.  Chapter test (20 MC, 1 GR)