Unit: 1 Whole Numbers

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Unit Description

Whole number computation, number theory, and early algebra work

Lessons

First Day - Class Systems Resources: 5

Students will be able to perform Math PCD class systems. Students will be able to identify place values.

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Expanded Form, Whole #s Resources: 4

Represent and compare very large (billions) and very small (thousandths) positive numbers in various forms such as expanded notation.

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Whole Number Forms (St, W, Ex) Resources: 7

Represent and compare very large (billions) and very small (thousandths) positive numbers in various forms such as expanded notation without exponents, e.g., 9724 = 9 x 1000 + 7 x 100 + 2 x 10 + 4. Students will be able to complete and score Mad Minute drills.

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Comparing Whole Numbers Resources: 3

Compare and order integers (including negative integers), and positive fractions, mixed numbers, decimals, and percents.

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Whole Number Lines Resources: 3

Find and position integers, fractions, mixed numbers, and decimals (both positive and negative) on the number line.

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Whole Number Lines 2 Resources: 2

Find and position integers, fractions, mixed numbers, and decimals (both positive and negative) on the number line.

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Counting by Increments Resources: 4

Students will be able to count by whole number increments.

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Rounding Whole Numbers Resources: 6

Find and position integers, fractions, mixed numbers, and decimals (both positive and negative) on the number line.

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Rounding, non-routine Resources: 1

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Addition Resources: 5

Students will be able to define and perform addition, using appropriate terminology.

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Subtraction Resources: 4

Students will be able to define subtraction terms and use appropriate subtraction phrases.

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Subtraction with Regrouping Resources: 5

Students will be able to subtract whole numbers by regrouping.

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Math Writing Workshop Resources: 4

Students will be able to write explanations using appropriate math vocabulary.

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Multiplication Resources: 5

Students will be able to define multiplication terms and quickly estimate products.

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Quick Multiplication Resources: 3

Students will be able to estimate products by quickly multiplying multiples of 10.

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Multiplication, Partial Products 1 Resources: 4

Students will be able to multiply whole numbers with two or more digits by using partial products.

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Multiplication, Partial Products 2 Resources: 4

Students will be able to multiply whole numbers with two or more digits by using partial products.

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Estimation in Multiplication

Students will be able to estimate answers to multiplication problems.

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Division Resources: 4

Students will be able to define division and use correct phrases for division problems.

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Long Division 1 Resources: 4

Students will be able to divide by a 1-to-3-digit divisor to get a 1-to-3-digit quotient.

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Long Division 2 Resources: 4

Students will be able to divide by a 1-to-3-digit divisor to get a 1-to-3-digit quotient.

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Multiples and Long Division Resources: 1

Students will be able to use multiples as an aid in long division problems.

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Exponentials Resources: 7

Students will be able to evaluate exponentials with whole-number bases and exponents.

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Least Common Multiples Resources: 5

Students will be able to find the least common multiple for a given pair or set of numbers.

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Factors Resources: 3

Students will be able to define factors. Students will be able to find the common factors of numbers.

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Divisibility by 2, 5, and 10 Resources: 6

Students will be able to state and apply divisibility rules for 2, 5, and 10.

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Prime and Composite Numbers - Factor Game Resources: 4

Students will be able to distinguish prime and composite numbers using the factor game.

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Divisibility by 3, 9 Resources: 6

Students will be able to state and apply divisibility rules for 3, and 9.

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Prime and Composite Classification Resources: 6

Students will be able to classify numbers as prime or composite.

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Prime Factorization Resources: 6

Students will be able to write the prime factorization of a number.

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Prime Factorization with Exponentials Resources: 5

Students will be able to write the prime factorization of a number using exponentials. Students will be able to use divisibility rules to begin factor trees.

290
Common Factors and Divisibility Rules Resources: 4

Students will be able to find common factors using diagrams and divisibility rules.

313
Greatest Common Factor Resources: 4

Students will be able to find the greatest common factor of two numbers.

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Order of Operations 1 Resources: 4

Students will be able to evaluate expressions with multiple operations.

654
Order of Operations 2 Resources: 4

Students will be able to evaluate expressions with multiple operations and exponentials.

270
Order of Operations 3 Resources: 1

Students will be able to evaluate expressions with multiple operations.

280
Order of Operations 4, Make 24 Resources: 2

Students will be able to evaluate expressions with multiple operations.

250
Variables Resources: 1

Students will be able to define variables and evaluate expressions that contain variables.

394
Variables, Day 2

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Algebraic Expressions

187
Solving for Unknowns Resources: 1

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Unit Resources

2008.08.29 Comparing Whole Numbers.cwhw4 Note  
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2008.09.04 Number lines.dn Notes.doc  
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2008.09.09 Rounding cwhw10.doc  
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Syllabus08-09.6thPCD.Wk08.Oct13.xls  
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PCD.2008.08.28 Whole Number Expanded Form.2.p  
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2008.09.15 Multiplication (language, algorith  
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2008.09.12 Rounding, Subtraction language.dn.  
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PCD.2008.10.08 Long Division 3.29.pdf  
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Place Value Review hw9   Homework
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2008.08.29 Expanded form, digits.dn.doc  
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2008.09.05 Place Value Review.hw8.doc   Activity
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Syllabus08-09.6thPCD.Wk01.Aug25.xls  
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Syllabus08-09.6thPCD.Wk09.Oct20.xls  
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2008.09.10 Subtraction (Parts, Language).cwhw  
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2008.09.16 Quick Multiplication.cwhw15.doc  
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PCD.2008.10.02 Factors.25.pdf  
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PCD.2008.10.09 Long Division 4.30.pdf  
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2008.08.29 Expanded form, digits.dn Notes.doc  
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2008.09.08 Counting by Increments.cwhw9.doc  
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Syllabus08-09.6thPCD.Wk02.Sep01.xls  
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Syllabus08-09.6thPCD.Wk10.Oct27.xls  
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2008.09.10 Subtraction (Parts, Language).cwhw  
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2008.09.23 Multiples.cwhw19.doc  
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2008.10.02 Factor Pair Chart.doc  
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Tentative Weekly Curriculum 2009-10   Notes
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2008.09.02 Number Lines, Whole Numbers.cwhw5.  
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2008.09.08 Counting by Increments.cwhw9 Notes  
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Syllabus08-09.6thPCD.Wk03.Sep08.xls  
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Syllabus08-09.6thPCD.Wk11.Nov03.xls  
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2008.09.11 Rounding, Regrouping.dn.doc  
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2008.09.23 Multiples.cwhw19 Notes.doc  
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2008.10.02 Factors.cwhw25.doc  
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Factors investigator  
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2008.09.09 Rounding cwhw10 Notes.doc  
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2008.09.02 Number Lines, Whole Numbers.cwhw5   
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2008.09.08 Marking Number Lines, Increments.d  
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Syllabus08-09.6thPCD.Wk04.Sep15.xls  
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2008.08.27 Whole Number Expanded Form.cwhw2.d  
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2008.09.11 Rounding, Regrouping.dn Notes.doc  
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2008.09.25 Multiplication Topics Review.hw21.  
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2008.10.08 Long Division 3.cwhw29.doc  
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Multiples, Factors investigator  
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2008.08.26 Digits and Numerals.cwhw1.doc  
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2008.09.03 Number Lines, Day 2.cwhw6.doc  
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2008.09.08 Marking Number Lines, Increments.d  
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Syllabus08-09.6thPCD.Wk05.Sep22.xls  
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2008.08.27 Standard and Word Form.dn.doc  
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2008.09.11 Subtraction with Regrouping.cwhw12  
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PCD.2008.09.16 Quick Multiplication.15.pdf  
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2008.10.09 Long Division 4.cwhw30.doc  
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Pre Test 9  
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2008.08.26 Place Value Intro.dn.doc  
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2008.09.03 Number Lines, Day 2.cwhw6 Notes.do  
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2008.09.09 Number Lines, Addition Correction.  
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Syllabus08-09.6thPCD.Wk06.Sep29.xls  
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Addition (terms, phrases, regrouping) cwhw.6.  
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2008.09.11 Subtraction with Regrouping.cwhw12  
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PCD.2008.09.23 Multiples.19.pdf  
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2008.10.09 Multiples of 80, argument for divi  
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Pre Test #9  
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2008.08.29 Comparing Whole Numbers.cwhw4.doc  
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2008.09.04 Number lines.dn.doc  
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2008.09.09 Number Lines, Addition Correction.  
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Syllabus08-09.6thPCD.Wk07.Oct06.xls  
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PCD.2008.08.28 Digits and Numerals.1.pdf  
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2008.09.15 Multiplication (language, algorith  
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2008.09.12 Math Writing Workshop.cwhw12.doc  
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2008.10.09 Multiples of 80, argument for divi  
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Syllabus09 10 6thPCD Wk06 Sep28   Syllabus
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Rounding  
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2009.10.27 Variables 2.cwhw41.doc  
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