# 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. 1,146 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. 2,331 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. 343 Comparing Whole Numbers Resources: 3 Compare and order integers (including negative integers), and positive fractions, mixed numbers, decimals, and percents. 546 Whole Number Lines Resources: 3 Find and position integers, fractions, mixed numbers, and decimals (both positive and negative) on the number line. 384 Whole Number Lines 2 Resources: 2 Find and position integers, fractions, mixed numbers, and decimals (both positive and negative) on the number line. 237 Counting by Increments Resources: 4 Students will be able to count by whole number increments. 219 Rounding Whole Numbers Resources: 6 Find and position integers, fractions, mixed numbers, and decimals (both positive and negative) on the number line. 476 Rounding, non-routine Resources: 1 190 Addition Resources: 5 Students will be able to define and perform addition, using appropriate terminology. 378 Subtraction Resources: 4 Students will be able to define subtraction terms and use appropriate subtraction phrases. 386 Subtraction with Regrouping Resources: 5 Students will be able to subtract whole numbers by regrouping. 389 Math Writing Workshop Resources: 4 Students will be able to write explanations using appropriate math vocabulary. 355 Multiplication Resources: 5 Students will be able to define multiplication terms and quickly estimate products. 633 Quick Multiplication Resources: 3 Students will be able to estimate products by quickly multiplying multiples of 10. 280 Multiplication, Partial Products 1 Resources: 4 Students will be able to multiply whole numbers with two or more digits by using partial products. 853 Multiplication, Partial Products 2 Resources: 4 Students will be able to multiply whole numbers with two or more digits by using partial products. 248 Estimation in Multiplication Students will be able to estimate answers to multiplication problems. 223 Division Resources: 4 Students will be able to define division and use correct phrases for division problems. 499 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. 791 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. 562 Multiples and Long Division Resources: 1 Students will be able to use multiples as an aid in long division problems. 843 Exponentials Resources: 7 Students will be able to evaluate exponentials with whole-number bases and exponents. 574 Least Common Multiples Resources: 5 Students will be able to find the least common multiple for a given pair or set of numbers. 1,476 Factors Resources: 3 Students will be able to define factors. Students will be able to find the common factors of numbers. 544 Divisibility by 2, 5, and 10 Resources: 6 Students will be able to state and apply divisibility rules for 2, 5, and 10. 334 Prime and Composite Numbers - Factor Game Resources: 4 Students will be able to distinguish prime and composite numbers using the factor game. 752 Divisibility by 3, 9 Resources: 6 Students will be able to state and apply divisibility rules for 3, and 9. 239 Prime and Composite Classification Resources: 6 Students will be able to classify numbers as prime or composite. 423 Prime Factorization Resources: 6 Students will be able to write the prime factorization of a number. 614 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. 866 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 2 131 Algebraic Expressions 187 Solving for Unknowns Resources: 1 200

### Unit Resources

 2008.08.29 Comparing Whole Numbers.cwhw4 Note 218 2008.09.04 Number lines.dn Notes.doc 172 2008.09.09 Rounding cwhw10.doc 179 Syllabus08-09.6thPCD.Wk08.Oct13.xls 153 PCD.2008.08.28 Whole Number Expanded Form.2.p 140 2008.09.15 Multiplication (language, algorith 135 2008.09.12 Rounding, Subtraction language.dn. 114 PCD.2008.10.08 Long Division 3.29.pdf 123 Place Value Review hw9   Homework 121 2008.08.29 Expanded form, digits.dn.doc 145 2008.09.05 Place Value Review.hw8.doc   Activity 306 Syllabus08-09.6thPCD.Wk01.Aug25.xls 133 Syllabus08-09.6thPCD.Wk09.Oct20.xls 125 2008.09.10 Subtraction (Parts, Language).cwhw 170 2008.09.16 Quick Multiplication.cwhw15.doc 96 PCD.2008.10.02 Factors.25.pdf 171 PCD.2008.10.09 Long Division 4.30.pdf 121 2008.08.29 Expanded form, digits.dn Notes.doc 184 2008.09.08 Counting by Increments.cwhw9.doc 232 Syllabus08-09.6thPCD.Wk02.Sep01.xls 135 Syllabus08-09.6thPCD.Wk10.Oct27.xls 129 2008.09.10 Subtraction (Parts, Language).cwhw 137 2008.09.23 Multiples.cwhw19.doc 108 2008.10.02 Factor Pair Chart.doc 126 Tentative Weekly Curriculum 2009-10   Notes 96 2008.09.02 Number Lines, Whole Numbers.cwhw5. 204 2008.09.08 Counting by Increments.cwhw9 Notes 158 Syllabus08-09.6thPCD.Wk03.Sep08.xls 148 Syllabus08-09.6thPCD.Wk11.Nov03.xls 149 2008.09.11 Rounding, Regrouping.dn.doc 118 2008.09.23 Multiples.cwhw19 Notes.doc 117 2008.10.02 Factors.cwhw25.doc 136 Factors investigator 121 2008.09.09 Rounding cwhw10 Notes.doc 253 2008.09.02 Number Lines, Whole Numbers.cwhw5 237 2008.09.08 Marking Number Lines, Increments.d 161 Syllabus08-09.6thPCD.Wk04.Sep15.xls 162 2008.08.27 Whole Number Expanded Form.cwhw2.d 279 2008.09.11 Rounding, Regrouping.dn Notes.doc 106 2008.09.25 Multiplication Topics Review.hw21. 124 2008.10.08 Long Division 3.cwhw29.doc 138 Multiples, Factors investigator 155 2008.08.26 Digits and Numerals.cwhw1.doc 228 2008.09.03 Number Lines, Day 2.cwhw6.doc 266 2008.09.08 Marking Number Lines, Increments.d 155 Syllabus08-09.6thPCD.Wk05.Sep22.xls 138 2008.08.27 Standard and Word Form.dn.doc 124 2008.09.11 Subtraction with Regrouping.cwhw12 137 PCD.2008.09.16 Quick Multiplication.15.pdf 119 2008.10.09 Long Division 4.cwhw30.doc 119 Pre Test 9 124 2008.08.26 Place Value Intro.dn.doc 209 2008.09.03 Number Lines, Day 2.cwhw6 Notes.do 206 2008.09.09 Number Lines, Addition Correction. 130 Syllabus08-09.6thPCD.Wk06.Sep29.xls 134 Addition (terms, phrases, regrouping) cwhw.6. 225 2008.09.11 Subtraction with Regrouping.cwhw12 91 PCD.2008.09.23 Multiples.19.pdf 115 2008.10.09 Multiples of 80, argument for divi 79 Pre Test #9 141 2008.08.29 Comparing Whole Numbers.cwhw4.doc 254 2008.09.04 Number lines.dn.doc 144 2008.09.09 Number Lines, Addition Correction. 177 Syllabus08-09.6thPCD.Wk07.Oct06.xls 134 PCD.2008.08.28 Digits and Numerals.1.pdf 155 2008.09.15 Multiplication (language, algorith 178 2008.09.12 Math Writing Workshop.cwhw12.doc 109 2008.10.09 Multiples of 80, argument for divi 79 Syllabus09 10 6thPCD Wk06 Sep28   Syllabus 83 Rounding 156 2009.10.27 Variables 2.cwhw41.doc 88