Math-U-See Grade Two Correlations

Math-U-See Grade Two Correlations2019-01-09T09:10:47-07:00

Math-U-See

Grade Two Content

Math-U-See: Beta

Number concepts to 100:

Lesson 1: Place Value and the Manipulatives

Lesson 2: Sequencing

Lesson 3: Inequalities

Lesson 4: Rounding to Ten and Estimation

Lesson 5: Multiple Digit Addition and Place Value Notation

Lesson 6: Skip Count by 2

Lesson 7: Addition with Regrouping (Carrying)

Lesson 8: Skip Count by 10, 10¢ = 1 Dime, 1¢ = 1 Penny

Lesson 9: Skip Count by 5, 5¢ = 1 Nickel

Lesson 10: Money: Decimal Point and Dollars

Lesson 11: Rounding to Hundreds, Multiple Digit Addition with Regrouping

Lesson 12: Adding Money

Lesson 13: Column Addition

Lesson 27: Subtraction, Money

Benchmarks of 25, 50, and 100 and personal referents:

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Addition and subtraction facts to 20 (introduction of computational strategies):

Lesson 5: Multiple Digit Addition and Place Value Notation

Lesson 12: Adding Money

Lesson 27: Subtraction, Money

Addition and subtraction to 100:

Lesson 3: Inequalities

Lesson 5: Multiple Digit Addition and Place Value Notation

Lesson 6: Skip Count by 2

Lesson 7: Addition with Regrouping (Carrying)

Lesson 8: Skip Count by 10, 10¢ = 1 Dime, 1¢ = 1 Penny

Lesson 9: Skip Count by 5, 5¢ = 1 Nickel

Lesson 10: Money: Decimal Point and Dollars

Lesson 11: Rounding to Hundreds, Multiple Digit Addition with Regrouping

Lesson 12: Adding Money

Repeating and increasing patterns:

Lesson 2: Sequencing

Lesson 6: Skip Count by 2

Lesson 25: Ordinal Numbers, Tally Marks, Days and Months

Lesson 29: Reading Gauges and Thermometers

Lesson 30: Bar Graphs and Line Graphs

Change in quantity, using pictorial and symbolic representation:

Lesson 25: Ordinal Numbers, Tally Marks, Days and Months

Lesson 29: Reading Gauges and Thermometers

Lesson 30: Bar Graphs and Line Graphs

Symbolic representation of equality and inequality:

Lesson 3: Inequalities

Direct linear measurement, introducing standard metric units:

Lesson 14: Measurement, 12 Inches = 1 Foot

Multiple attributes of 2D shapes and 3D objects:

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Pictorial representation of concrete graphs, using one-to-one correspondence:

Lesson 29: Reading Gauges and Thermometers

Lesson 30: Bar Graphs and Line Graphs

Likelihood of familiar life events, using comparative language:

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Financial literacy — coin combinations to 100 cents, and spending and saving:

Lesson 12: Adding Money

Lesson 27: Subtraction, Money

Curricular Competencies

Reasoning/Analyzing

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Lesson 4: Rounding to Ten and Estimation

  • This learning outcome can be an extension from skip counting as students learn to count forward and backward as it is applied to adding and subtracting/multiplication/grouping

Use of pen/pencil/iPad/paper/camera

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Understanding/Solving

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Communicating/Representing

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Connecting/Reflecting

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  • Telling time/money concepts and applying them /discussing relevant, everyday practices

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