### Math

Curriculum Map

2009-2010

TEACHER: Alicia Gregory

Month

Content

Skills

Assessments

AZ Standards

August

 Saxon Math Intermediate 3 Lessons 1-10 Investigation 1 Facts Practice

 Students will: Identify questions to ask when solving a problem Identify problem solving strategies Discover at least three ways to write date Identify how many days are in each month Name the ordinal numbers in a month Identify different counting patterns Write missing numbers in a number sequence Name times on an analog and digital clock Find the value of a tick mark on a number line Measure temperature in units of degrees in Fahrenheit and Celsius Use fractions to tell time Name the parts to an addition number sequence Use words and numbers to write an addition and subtraction number sequence Identify and write fact families Find the missing addend in a addition number sequence Find the sum of a 3 number addition sequence Identify values on a pictograph Use a bar graph to determine temperatures

Daily Class-work and Homework

Investigations

Power-Up Activities

Tests

 S4, C4 PO3, PO5 S3, C1, PO1, PO2, PO3 S3, C3, PO2 S2, C1, PO3, PO4, S1, C1, PO1, PO19 S1, C1, PO12 S2, C2, PO4 S5, C1, PO1 S5, C2, PO1

September

 Saxon Math Intermediate 3 Lessons 11-20 Investigation 2 Facts Practice

 Identify place value using manipulatives Use a place value chart to solve a word problem involving money Given a set of manipulatives, write the number using digits Write numbers using both words and digits to 999. Use manipulatives to add numbers to the tens place value Discuss why digits to be lined up when adding Use manipulatives and numbers to subtract two digit numbers Round a number to the nearest hundred and nearest 10 dollars Add three digit numbers Compare items to identify the lowest price Use comparison symbols to compare money Given a list of numbers, show the order from least to greatest Write a number sequence for a word problem using addition and subtraction Use manipulatives to subtract three-digit numbers Solve a subtraction number sequence using three digits Solve a word problem using subtraction Exchange and record the amount of money added or subtracted in the exchange Evaluate the sums and differences after exchanging money Use a decimal point to represent cents Correctly read and write dollars and cents Use manipulative money to represent cents Add decimal points to the tenth place Identify the number sequence in a word problem and solve Subtract three digit numbers Arrange a group of 3 numbers in a column to add Organize coins in groups and find the sum Write number sequence representing different amounts of money Use a table to represent the value of certain numbers and coins Using word problems, subtract dollars and cents Compare groups of numbers from least to greatest that are 3 digits Write and solve a number sentence showing an exchange of money is correct Subtract across zeros Name parts of a whole as a fraction Use fractions to represent different coins Use fractions to represent different shaded diagrams Add and subtract rounded numbers to estimate sums and differences Interpret the information from a Pictograph Design their own pictograph from class data

Lessons 11-20

Investigation

Power-up Activities

Tests

 S1, C1, PO1, PO5, PO6, PO8, PO15 S1, C2, PO7 S2, C1, PO1, PO2, PO3, PO5, PO6 S3, C2, PO1 S3, C1, PO1 S5, C1, PO1 S5, C2, PO1 S1, C1, PO1, PO5, PO6, PO8, PO15 S1, C2, PO7

October

 Saxon Math Intermediate 3 Lessons 21-30 Investigation 3 Facts Practice

 Use a decimal point to represent cents Correctly read and write dollars and cents Use manipulative money to represent cents Add decimal points to the tenth place Identify the number sequence in a word problem and solve Subtract three digit numbers Arrange a group of 3 numbers in a column to add Organize coins in groups and find the sum Write number sequence representing different amounts of money Use a table to represent the value of certain numbers and coins Using word problems, subtract dollars and cents Compare groups of numbers from least to greatest that are 3 digits Write and solve a number sentence showing an exchange of money is correct Subtract across zeros Name parts of a whole as a fraction Use fractions to represent different coins Use fractions to represent different shaded diagrams Add and subtract rounded numbers to estimate sums and differences Interpret the information from a Pictograph Design their own pictograph from class data

Lessons 21-30

Investigation

Power-up Activities

Tests

 S2, C1, PO2, PO3, PO4 S1, C1, PO1, PO4, PO5, PO8, PO9, PO10, PO11, PO12, PO15, PO16, PO19 S1, C2, PO1, PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5, PO6, S1, C3, PO1 S3, C1, PO3 S3, C2, PO1 S4, C4, PO6, PO7 S5, C1, PO1 S5, C2, PO1

November

 Saxon Math Intermediate 3 Lessons 31-40 Investigation 4 Facts Practice

 Identify north, south, east and west Describe directions using a compass and stating the number of blocks traveled Identify place value to the hundred- thousands place. Use a chart to represent the hundred- thousands place. Read aloud numbers to the hundred- thousands place. Find patterns on number lines Design a number line representing different dates Using a time line, identify variables values Using a table to record, measure objects in the classroom Evaluate what unit of measurement is best for an object Measure using inches, feet, and yards Continue a pattern using inches and feet Use fraction to represent parts of an inch Use a letter to represent an unknown number Solve a word problem that is missing a number Estimate measurements of objects Measure at least 6 objects using inches, feet, and yards Analyze and compare the objects measured Identify time to the nearest minute Determine the relationship between dates using subtraction Find missing numbers in subtaction sequences Using given direction, draw a map to scale Define line segment, perpendicular, intersect, and parallel

Lessons 31-40

Investigation

Power-up Activities

Tests

 S1, C1, PO1, PO2, PO3, PO8, PO10, PO11, PO12, PO17 S3, C1, PO1, PO2 S3, C2, PO1 S3, C3, PO1 S4,  C4, PO1, PO4, PO6 S2, C1, PO6, PO4 S1, C3, PO3 S1, C2, PO5, PO6 S3, C3, PO2, PO1 S4, C4, PO2 S4, C3 S5, C1, PO1 S5, C2, PO1

December

 Saxon Math Intermediate 3 Lessons 41-50 Investigation 5 Facts Practice

 Define denominator and numerator Use models to illustrate fractions Create their own fraction manipulatives Name the fraction representated by the manipulative Identify the denominator and numerator of fractions Draw fractions using equal parts Shade shapes to represent fractions Compare fraction using greater and less than Use fractions to describe parts of a set of items Compare two fractions with like denominators Describe why a situation would be more likely or less likely Make predictions about a probability of events Use fractions to represent a whole Name amounts that are between whole numbers using mixed numbers Define equivalent fractions Identify and build equivalent fractions Use fractions to name points on a number line Create a number line and label correctly a given fraction Use fractions to compare pictures and situations Identify probabilities that are equally likely Record data from a probability game Compare the results of two games Predict the results for game 3

Lessons 41-50

Investigation

Power-up Activities

Tests

 S2, C1, PO10, PO11, PO13, PO19 S2, C2, PO1, PO2, PO6, PO4, PO3, PO5 S5, C1, PO1 S5, C2, PO1 S1, C1, PO14

January

 Saxon Math Intermediate 3 Lessons 51-60 Investigation 6 Facts Practice

 Identify rectangles and their properties Measure the length and width of a rectangle Describe the size of a rectangle using units Using repeated addition, identify multiplication Identify the multiplication sign Recognize a multiplication table Defineand identify factors and product Use a multiplication table to find different products State multiplication facts 0s, 1s, and10s Write a multiplication fact shown by an array Find the perimeter of a rectangle Identify mulitiplication facts that have 2 or 5 as a factor Find the product of problems containing factors 2 and 5 Apply multiplication to solve a word problem Describe the different parts of a bar graph Identify that the information of a bar graph was collected from a survey Collect data to create a bar graph

Lessons 51-60

Investigation

Power-up Activities

Tests

 S4, C1 S4, C2, PO1 S4, C4, PO4, PO10 S1, C2, PO7, PO14, PO15, PO10, PO13, PO6 S1, C1, PO21, PO20 S2, C1, PO2, PO3, PO4, S5, C1, PO1 S5, C2, PO1

February

 Saxon Math Intermediate 3 Lessons 61-70 Investigation 7 Facts Practice

 Create a pattern using squares Using the pattern of squares, solve a problem Identify square numbers Write a multiplication fact for each square number Measure the area of a rectangle Measure the area of a rectangle using square feet or square yards Describe patterns for the 9s multiplication facts Identify a vertex and angle Define three different types of angles Classify shapes that are parallelograms Define and classify polygons Identify congruent shapes Define and identify a triangle Describe four different types of triangles Memorize 10 multiplication facts and name 20 by applying the commutative properties of multiplication Identify lines of symmetry in different shapes Build symmetrical pattern using colored tiles

Lessons 61-70

Investigation

Power-up Activities

Tests

 S3, C1, PO1, PO3 S1, C1, PO21 S4, C4, PO10 S3, C1, PO1 S1, C2, PO10, PO11 S4, C1, PO4, PO5, PO1 S4, C2, PO1 S5, C1, PO1 S5, C2, PO1

March

 Saxon Math Intermediate 3 Lessons 71-80 Investigation 8 Facts Practice

 Model a rectangular prism Describe the relationship between a rectangle and a prism Write a multiplication fact to show the area of a square Find the volume of a cube Define weight and then determine if an object should be weighed by pounds, ounces, or tons Compare different units of measurement Name different geometric solids Describe patterns in the multiplication facts of 11s and 12s Model the multiplication fact families for 11s and 12s Multiply three numbers Multiply to find volume of a cube Find the multiples of a number by multiplying three numbers Use the metric system to measure different objects Use the metric system to measure mass Compare the S customary and metric units Identify the number of edges and vertices on different GeoSolids Classify different solids

Lessons 71-80

Investigation

Power-up Activities

Tests

 S4, C1, PO3, PO2 S1, C2, PO13, PO11 S4, C1, PO4, PO1, PO6, PO8 S5, C1, PO1 S5, C2, PO1

April and May

 Saxon Math Intermediate 3 Lessons 81-90 Investigation 9 Facts Practice

 Multiply two digit numbers Determine that multiplication is repeated addition Using a diagram, determine half of the objects Identify multiplication and division are inverse operations Identify and use the division symbols Find half of a number Use manipulatives to divide by a one-digit number Evaluate the relationship between multiplication and division Identify fact families Measure volume using cups, pints, quarts, and gallons Define even and odd numbers Discuss the relationship between division and odd numbers Classify whole numbers as odd or even Use multiplication and division to solve a word problem Given a set of objects, determine how many lines of symmetry each object contains

Lessons 81-90

Investigation

Power-up Activities

Tests

 S1, C2, PO7, PO12, PO14, PO6, PO9, PO8, PO13 S4, C4, PO4, PO7 S1, C1, PO7 S3, C3, PO1 S4, C1, PO5 S5, C1, PO1 S5, C2, PO1

 Saxon Math Intermediate 3 Lessons 91-100 Investigation 10 Facts Practice Saxon Math Intermediate 3 Lessons 101-110 Investigation 11 Facts Practice

 Estimate the number of pennies in a jar Estimate products Compare the estimation with the actual result Evaluate if the original estimate is reasonable, if not re-estimate Use parentheses to show which mathematical operation to do first Define compatible numbers Find the sum of a number sequence using compatible numbers Use an estimate to verify an answer Determine the price of two products rounded to the nearest dollar Estimate using mass or weight Compare whether the estimate is greater than or less than the actual answer Multiply a three digit number that is in the form of dollars and cents Using a jar of pennies, evaluate the classes estimates Divide two digit numbers Model dividing two digit numbers Create a story problem given a division sequence Given a table, determine what rules are used to group (find the pattern) Order numbers through 9,999 Classify similar shapes Use diagrams to compare and contrast numbers and shapes Using the grid, estimate the area of an irregular shape Draw an enlargement of a picture estimate the area of the enlargement Write the coordinates of a point on a grid Draw a design on a grid using appropriate coordinates

Lessons 91-110

Investigation

Power-up Activities

Tests

 S1, C3, PO1, PO4, PO5, PO2 S1, C2, PO14, PO13 S5, C1, PO1 S5, C2, PO1 S3, C1, PO1, PO3 S1, C2, PO8 S1, C1, PO9 S4, C1, PO4 S4, C2, PO1 S4, C4, PO10 S1, C3, PO1 S4, C3, PO1 S5, C1, PO1 S5, C2, PO1