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multiplication and division facts to 100 (extending computational fluency)

Multiplication and division facts to 100 (extending computational fluency):

• Multiplication facts to 100 – Part 1 Lessons:  4 – 8
• When multiplying 214 by 5, we can x 10, then divide by 2 to get 1070 – Part 1 Lessons:  4, 7

operations with integers (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and order of operations)

Operations with integers (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and order of operations):

• Addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and order of operations – Part 2 Lessons:  86, 88 – 94
• Concretely,  pictorially, symbolically  – Part 2 Lessons: 86 – 94
• Order of operations includes the use of brackets, excludes exponents
• Using two-sided counters – Part 2 Lessons: 88 – 90
• 9 – (-4) = 13 because -4 is 13 away from +9 – Part 2 Lessons: 90, 92
• Extending whole number strategies to decimals – Part 1 Lessons:  39 – 44, 53

Order of operations includes the use of brackets (excludes exponents) is not specifically covered

operations with decimals (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and order of operations)

Operations with decimals (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and order of operations):

• Addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and order of operations – Part 1 Lessons:  39 – 54, Part 2 Lessons:61, 65 – 66, 82 – 83
• Includes the use of brackets, but excludes exponents – Part 1 Lessons:  50 – 51

relationships between decimals, fractions, ratios, and percents

Relationships between decimals, fractions, ratios, and percents:

• Relationships between decimals, fractions, ratios, and percents – Part 1 Lessons:  32 – 38, Part 2 Lessons: 55 – 77
• Conversions, equivalency, and terminating versus repeating decimals, place value, and benchmarks – Part 2 Lessons: 55 – 69
• comparing and ordering decimals and fractions using the number line – Part 1 Lessons: 37
• ½ = 0.5 = 50% = 50:100  – Part 2 Lessons: 67 – 75

Shoreline cleanup is not specifically covered

discrete linear relations, using expressions, tables, and graphs

Discrete linear relations, using expressions, tables, and graphs:

• Discrete linear relations, using expressions, tables, and graphs – Part 2 Lessons: 16 – 28
• Four quadrants, limited to integral coordinates – Part 2 Lessons:  25-27
• 3n  + 2;  values increased by 3 starting from y – intercept of 2 – Part 2 Lessons: 22 – 23, 26
• Deriving relation from the graph or table of values – Part 2 Lessons:  16 – 17, 19 – 28

First Peoples perspectives are not covered

two-step equations with whole-number coefficients, constants, and solutions

Two-step equations with whole number coefficients, constants, and solutions:

• Two-step equations with phone number  coefficients, constants, and solutions – Part 1 Lessons:  5 – 15
• Solving and verifying 3 x + 4 =  16 – Part 1 Lessons: 6 – 9
• Modeling the preservation of equality (e.g., using balance, pictorial representation, algebra tiles) – Part 1 Lessons:  8 – 10, 13

First Peoples perspectives are not covered

circumference and area of circles

Circumference and area of circles:

• Circumference and area of circles – Part 1 Lessons:  18 – 21
• Constructing circles given radius, diameter, area, or circumference – Part 1 Lessons:  18
• Finding relationships between Radius, diameter, circumference, and area to develop C= pi x d formula  – Part 1 Lessons: 18 – 21
• Applying A =  pi x r x r formula to find the area given, radius, or diameter – Part 1 Lessons:  20 – 21

First Peoples perspectives are not covered

volume of rectangular prisms and cylinders

Volume of rectangular prisms and cylinders:

• Volume of rectangular prisms and cylinders – Part 2 Lessons:  22
• Volume=  area of base x height – Part 2 Lessons: 22

First Peoples perspectives are not covered

Cartesian coordinates and graphing

Cartesian coordinates and graphing:

• Cartesian coordinates and graphing – Part 2 Lessons: 25 – 33
• Origin, four quadrants, integral coordinates, connections or linear relations, transformations – Part 2 Lessons:  25 – 33

First Peoples perspectives are not covered

combinations of transformations

Combinations of transformations:

• Combinations of transformations – Part 2 Lessons:  25 – 35
• Four quadrants, integral coordinates – Part 2 Lessons:  25-27
• Translation(s),  rotation(s), and/or  reflection(s) on a single 2D shape;  combination of successive transformations of 2D shapes; tessellations – Part 2 Lessons:  28 – 35

First Peoples perspectives are not covered

circle graphs

Circle graphs:

• Circle graphs – Part 2 Lessons:  10 – 13
• Constructing, labeling, and interpreting Circle graphs – Part 2 Lessons:  10 – 13
• Translating percentages displayed in a circle graph into quantities and vice versa – Part 2 Lessons:  10 – 13

First Peoples perspectives are not covered

experimental probability with two independent events

Experimental probability with two independent events:

• Experimental probability with two independent events – Part 2 Lessons:  17 – 23
• Experimental probability, multiple  trials (e.g., Toss 2 Coins, roll two dice, spin a spinner twice, or a combination thereof)  – Part 2 Lessons: 21 – 23

First Peoples perspectives are not covered

financial literacy — financial percentage

Financial literacy –  Financial percentage:

• Financial percentage calculations  – Part 2 Lessons: 70-74
• Sales tax, tips, discounts, sales price  – Part 2 Lessons: 70 – 74

line graphs

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single-outcome probability, both theoretical and experimental

Supplementation Required

Curricular Competencies

CURRICULAR COMPETENCY CORRELATIONS COMING SOON