Monday
8-25-2014
Chapter, Lesson 1.1 (Place Value and Patterns) TE pg. 5A
Common Core Standard CC.5.NBT.1
Lesson Objectives Recognize the 10 to 1 relationship among place-value
positions.
Essential Question How can you describe the relationship between two place-
value positions?
Vocabulary 1. Multiply 2. place value
Digital Path
•eStudent Edition
•eTeacher Edition
•iTools
Resources/Materials MathBoard, base-ten blocks, counting tape
Individual Practice/ Homework: p. 3.
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Tuesday
8-26-2014
Chapter, Lesson 1.2 (Place Value of Whole Numbers) TE pg. 9A
Common Core Standard CC.5.NBT.1
Lesson Objectives Read and write whole numbers through hundred millions.
Essential Question How do you read, write, and represent whole numbers
through hundred
millions?
Vocabulary period
Digital Path
•eStudent Edition
•eTeacher Edition
•Animated Math Models
•iTools
•HMH Mega Math
Resources/Materials MathBoard, Counting Tape
Individual Practice/ Homework: p. 5.
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Wednesday
8-27-2014
Chapter, Lesson 1.3 (Algebra - Properties) TE pg. 13A
Common Core Standard CC.5.NBT.6
Lesson Objectives Use properties of operations to solve problems.
Essential Question How can you use properties of operations to solve problems?
Vocabulary
1. Distributive Property 2. Factor 3. product
Digital Path
•eStudent Edition
•eTeacher Edition
•Animated Math Models
•iTools
Resources/Materials MathBoard, Counting Tape
Individual Practice/ Homework: p. 7.
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Thursday
8-28-2014
Chapter, Lesson 1.4 (Algebra – Powers of 10 and Exponents) TE pg. 17A
Common Core Standard CC.5.NBT.2
Lesson Objectives Write and evaluate repeated factors in exponent form.
Essential Question How can you use an exponent to show powers of 10?
Vocabulary 1. Base 2. exponent
Digital Path
•eStudent Edition
•eTeacher Edition
•Animated Math Models
•iTools
•HMH Mega Math
Resources/Materials MathBoard, base-ten blocks, Counting Tape
Individual Practice/ Homework: p. 9.
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Friday
8-29-2014
Chapter, Lesson 1.5 (Algebra – Multiplication Patterns) TE pg. 21A
Common Core Standard CC.5.NBT.2
Lesson Objectives Use a basic fact and a pattern to multiply mentally by
multiples of 10,100, and 1,000.
Essential Question How can you use a basic fact and a pattern to multiply by
a 2-digit number?
Vocabulary
Digital Path
•eStudent Edition
•eTeacher Edition
•Animated Math Models
Resources/Materials MathBoard, Counting Tape
Individual Practice/ Homework: p. 11.
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We will be using Go Math!, from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, this year in fifth
grade. These materials have been aligned with both the NCTM and the
new Common Core math standards. The curriculum materials include
differentiated learning centers, hands-on manipulatives, and multiple online
interactive practice options. The Think Central website allows you online
access to the Go Math! student text and practice book.
Critical Area 1: Fluency with Whole Numbers and Decimals
Chapter 1: Place Value, Multiplication, and Expressions
Chapter 2: Divide Whole Numbers
Chapter 3: Add and Subtract Decimals
Chapter 4: Multiply Decimals
Chapter 5: Divide Decimals
Critical Area 2: Operations with Fractions
Chapter 6: Add and Subtract Fractions with Unlike Denominators
Chapter 7: Multiply Fractions
Chapter 8: Divide Fractions
Critical Area 3: Geometry and Measurement
Chapter 9: Alegbra: Patterns and Graphing
Chapter 10: Convert Units of Measure
Chapter 11: Geometry and Volume
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