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4th and 5th Grade Next Generation Learning

Ms. Johnson, Mr. LaLonde, Mr. Klimisch and Mr. Masterson

May

Math MAP practice

Personalized weekly homework

Each Thursday students will receive a weekly homework letter.  It should be returned the next week's  Friday morning signed by the parent/guardian.  The letter sets out the homework focusing on each student's level in reading, spelling and math.  It will include Achieve 3000 articles at each student's lexile, a spelling path which the student has pretested into, and math practice.

Specials

 Days Room 408 Room 409 Room 418 Monday Gym Music Art Tuesday Art Gym Music Wednesday Music Art Gym Thursday Library Library Library

## Numeracy

Multi-digit Whole Numbers

(Place Value Progression)

 I can read and write multi-digit whole numbers using numbers, words or expanded form through 1,000,000.(4NBT2) I can use base-ten blocks and drawings to represent multi-digit whole numbers through 1,000,000.(4NBT2) I understand the place value system. (That a digit in one place represents 10 times what it represents in the place to its right.)(4NBT1) (4NBT3) I can use the 4 operations to solve word problems involving perimeter and area of polygons. (3 MD 7 &8)

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I can explain why it is necessary to “carry” a number when using the standard algorithm to add multi-digit numbers. I can justify my explanation with a visual model.

(4NBT4)

(4NBT4)

(4.MD.5)

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 (4.MD.7)S            P           E

Learner____________________

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Decimal Numbers

(Place Value Progression)

 (4NF6) (4NF7) (5NBT3b) I can recognize and explain that multiplying or dividing a number by 10 does not change its digits, but it does change its place value. (5NBT2) I can use whole number powers of ten to represent repeated multiplication.(5NBT2) I can multiply decimals and explain my thinking.(5NBT7)

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Factors and Multiples

Multiplication and Division Trajectory

 I can decide if any number between 1-100 is a multiple of another whole number 1-12.(4OA4) I can use attributes to identify and classify shapes into categories.(3G1)

## I can explain that adding and subtracting fractions is the joining and separating of parts that refer to the same whole.4NF3a            PI can break apart a fraction into an addition problem with fractions with the same denominator in more than one way. I can identify the unit fraction.4NF3b PI can justify the different addition problems I created with equations and a visual model.4NF3b/SMP2/4 I can add and subtract fractions and mixed numbers with the same denominator. I can justify my calculations with a visual model or a number line diagram.4NF3c               P           I can solve word problems involving adding and subtracting fractions with the same denominator referring to the same whole.I can use equations and visual models to represent the problem and solution.4NF3d I can make a line plot that displays measurement data in fractions. (¼, ½, ⅛)I can solve addition and subtraction problems using that data.4MD4I can add and subtract fractions and mixed numbers with different denominators by finding equivalent fractions and then solving the problem using fractions with the same denominator.5NF1                PI can solve word problems involving adding and subtracting fractions with different denominators that refer to the same whole.5NF2I can justify my calculations using visual fraction models and number line diagrams. I can use benchmark fractions (¼, ½, ¾, 1) to decide if my answer is reasonable.5NF2/SMP2/ 4

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Multiplying and Dividing with Fractions

(Fractions Trajectory)

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Conversions

Length, Area, and Volume Trajectory

Online Measurement Practice Games

 S          P          E I can express larger units of measure in terms of a smaller unit of measure for length, weight, volume, and time.(4.MD.1)S          P          E I can record equivalent measures in a 2 column table.(4.MD.1)S          P          E S          P          E I know and can use the formula for area and perimeter for rectangles.(4.MD.3)S          P          E S          P          E I can convert one unit of measure to another for length, weight, volume and time. Standard or Metric (5.MD.1)S          P          E S          P          E

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Shapes, Angles and Symmetry

Shapes and Angles Trajectory

## Literacy

This quarter we will  be focusing on myths, legends and folklore.  Using RIT band academic vocabulary and strategies, students will read and work with concepts at their personalized level through these genres of texts.

We will also be using Achieve 3000 for lessons in non-fiction texts on main idea/supporting details, cause and effect, inferencing, compare and contrast, author's viewpoint and sequencing.  Achieve is personalized to each student's reading lexile.

Writing

## Spelling

Students are being pretested and will be placed on a path that matches their current ability.   Students should practice their assigned words both in literacy workshop during the day, as well as at home as part of the personalized homework letter.