Grade 5 Mathematics Curriculum Guideline Scott Foresman  Addison Wesley Chapter 1: Place, Value, Adding, and Subtracting


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1 Grade 5 Math Pacing Guide Page 1 of 9 Grade 5 Mathematics Curriculum Guideline Scott Foresman  Addison Wesley 2008 Test Preparation Timeline Recommendation: September  November Chapters 15 December Chapter 6 January Chapter 78 February Chapter 9,11 Chapter 1: Place, Value, Adding, and Subtracting 13 plus review/assessment Section A Place Value: Whole Numbers and Decimals 11 Place Value 5N1 4 Note: focus through Millions 12 Comparing and Ordering Whole Numbers 5N Place Value Through Thousandths 5NB Comparing and Ordering Decimals PlaceValue Patterns 5N1, 5N Problem Solving Skill: Read and Understand 18 Section B Building Number Sense 18 Rounding Whole Numbers and Decimals 5N Estimating Sums and Differences 5N26, 5N Problem Solving Skill: Plan and Solve 32 Note: spiral review 16 Section C Adding and Subtracting 112 Adding Decimals 5N Subtracting Decimals 5N26 40 Note: lesson 112 and 113 can be combined 114 Problem Solving Skill: Look Back and Check Note: spiral review 16 and 110
2 Grade 5 Math Pacing Guide Page 2 of 9 Chapter 2: Multiplying Whole Numbers and Decimals 8 plus review/assessment Section A Multiplying Whole Numbers 21 Multiplication Patterns 5N16,5N Estimating Products 5N Multiplying Whole Numbers 5N Problem Solving Skill: Make and Organized List 80 Section B Multiplying Whole Numbers and Decimals 27 Decimals Patterns 5N Estimating Decimal Products 5N Multiplying Whole Numbers and Decimals 5N Multiplying Decimals by Decimals 5N26 94 Chapter 3: Dividing with OneDigit Divisors 8 plus review/assessment Section A Division Number Sense 32 Division Patterns 5N Estimating Quotients 5N Problem Solving Skill: Look for a Pattern 144 Section B Dividing 36 Dividing Whole Numbers 5N Dividing Larger Dividends 5N Factors and Divisibility 5N Prime and Composite Numbers 5N Problem Solving Skill: Interpreting Remainders 168
3 Grade 5 Math Pacing Guide Page 3 of 9 Chapter 4: Dividing with TwoDigit Divisors 9 plus review/assessment Section A Number Sense 42 Estimating with TwoDigit Divisors 5N Problem Solving Skill: Try, Check and Revise 210 Section B Dividing Whole Numbers 44 Dividing Whole Numbers by TwoDigit Divisors 5N Dividing Larger Numbers 5N Dividing with Zeroes in the Quotient Problem Solving Skill: MultipleStep Problems 226 Section C Dividing Decimals 410 Dividing Money by TwoDigit Divisors 5N Dividing Decimals by Whole Numbers 5N Chapter 5: Data, Graphs, and Probability 5 plus review/assessment Section A Reading and Making Graphs 52 Bar Graphs 262 Note: review only 53 Line Graphs 5S2,5S4 266 Note: lesson 52 and 53 can be combined 55 Problem Solving Skill: Make a Graph 276 Section B Interpreting Data 56 Mean, Median, and Mode 282 Note: focus on Mean 59 Problem Solving Skill: Writing to Compare 292
4 Grade 5 Math Pacing Guide Page 4 of 9 Chapter 6: Geometry 10 plus review/assessment Section A Lines, Angles, and Circles 61 Geometric Ideas 5G Measuring and Classifying Angles 5M6 332 Section B Polygons 64 Polygons 5G9,5G Classifying Triangles 5G6,5G Classifying Quadrilaterals 5G4,5G Problem Solving Skill: Solve a Simpler Problem Problem Solving Skill: Writing to Describe 356 Section C Symmetry and Transformations 69 Congruence and Similarity 5G9,5G Transformations 364 Note: lesson 69 and 610 can be combined 611 Symmetry 5G8 368 Chapter 7: Fraction Concepts 9 plus review/assessment Section A Understanding Fractions 71 Meanings of Fractions Mixed Numbers 5N Problem Solving Skill: Extra or Missing Information 406 Section B Fraction Relationships 77 Understanding Equivalent Fractions 5N Equivalent Fractions 5N4 412 Note: lesson 77 and 78 can be combined 79 Greatest Common Factor 5N14,5N Fractions in Simplest Form 5N Understanding Comparing Fractions 5N5,5N Comparing/Ordering Fractions and Mixed Numbers 5N5,5N9 420 Note: lesson 711 and 712 can be combined Chapter 8: Fraction Operations
5 Grade 5 Math Pacing Guide Page 5 of 9 7 plus review/assessment Section A Adding and Subtracting Fractions 81 Adding & Subtracting Fractions Like Denominators 5N Section B Adding and Subtracting Mixed Numbers 86 Estimating Sums and Differences of Mixed Numbers 5N Adding Mixed Numbers 5N Subtracting Mixed Numbers 5N Note: lesson 87 and 88 can be combined 89 Problem Solving Skill: Work Backward 484 Chapter 9: Measurement 9 plus review/assessment Section A Linear Measurement and Perimeter 91 Customary Units of Length 5M Measuring with Fractions of an Inch 5M Metric Units of Length 5M Converting Metric Units Using Decimals 5M Finding Perimeter 5A6,5G1 540 Section B Area 911 Problem Solving Skill: Draw a Picture 558 Note: introduce Area as needed
6 Grade 5 Math Pacing Guide Page 6 of 9 Chapter 11: Section A Ratio and Proportion Ratio, Proportion, and Percent 111 Understanding Ratios 5N6,5N Equal Ratios 648 Section B Using Ratios 115 Problem Solving Skill: Make a Table Problem Solving Skill: Writing to Explain 664 Section C Percent 118 Understanding Percent 5N Algebra
7 Grade 5 Math Pacing Guide Page 7 of 9 5.A.2 Translate simple verbal expressions into algebraic expressions. Seth is 2 years older than his brother Ishmael. Write an algebraic expression to represent Seth's age. 5.A.3 Substitute assigned values into variable expressions and evaluate using order of operations. If n = 2, evaluate each expression below: (5 + n) + 4 2n + 5 x 2 (8  n) x 9 Compare your answer with another student and explain how you arrived at the answers. 5.A.4 Solve simple onestep equations using basic wholenumber facts. Write an equation to determine how many baseballs Jerome has, and then solve. Jerome and Marcus have 13 baseballs. Marcus has 5 baseballs. How many baseballs does Jerome have? 5.A.5 Solve and explain simple onestep equations using inverse operations involving whole numbers. Solve the equation below: n + 23 = 56. Explain the process that you used to solve the equation. Textbook: 23 Mental Math: Using the Distributive Property Variables and Expressions Problem Solving Skill: Translating Words into Expressions Find a Rule Solving Equations Order of Operations Graphing Order Pairs Rules, Tables, and Graphs 121 Properties of Equality Solving Addition and Subtraction Equations Solving Multiplication and Division Equations Problem Solving Skill: Write an Equation The Coordinate Plane 724 Geometry
8 Grade 5 Math Pacing Guide Page 8 of 9 5.G.12 Identify and plot points in the first quadrant. Provide students with grid paper. Have students draw the axes on the grid paper and plot and label the following points: A(3,2) B(5,7) C(10,6) D(6,5) E(7,1) 5.G.13 Plot points to form basic geometric shapes (identify and classify). Have students plot and label the points below on grid paper and then connect the points in the order they were plotted. A(4,2) E(7,4) A(4,2) B(4,3) F(7,2) C(5,4) G(6,1) What shape is formed? D(6,4) H(5,1) 5.G.14 Calculate perimeter of basic geometric shapes drawn on a coordinate plane (rectangles and shapes composed of rectangles having sides with integer lengths and parallel to the axes). Plot and label the points below on grid paper. A(3,2) B(3,5) C(5,5) D(5,2) Connect the points in the order that they were plotted. Label the length of each side of the polygon and find the perimeter of the shape. Supplemental Materials Needed
9 Grade 5 Math Pacing Guide Page 9 of 9 Statistics and Probability 5.S.5 List the possible outcomes for a singleevent experiment. Provide pairs of students with three coins. Have students take turns flipping the coins and recording each outcome. (e.g., 3 heads, 2 heads and 1 tail, 1 head and 2 tails, 3 tails, etc.). Discuss the list of all possible outcomes with the class. 5.S.6 Record experiment results using fractions/ratios. Provide each pair of students with a spinner divided into four equal sectors numbered 1, 2, 3, and 4. Ask students to spin the spinner 60 times and record their results in a tally chart. Ask each pair for the experimental probability of spinning a number less than four from their data and record the information as a fraction on a class chart. Discuss the results and compare the experimental probability to the theoretical probability. 5.S.7 Create a sample space and determine the probability of a single event, given a simple experiment (i.e., rolling a number cube). Provide each student a number cube with the sides labeled 1,2,3,4,5,6. Ask students to answer the following questions: If the cube is rolled once, list the sample space. If the cube is rolled once, what is the probability of rolling an even number? If the cube is rolled once, what is the probability of rolling an odd number? Textbook: 510 Predicting Outcomes Listing Outcomes Expressing Probability as a Fraction 302 Supplemental Materials Needed
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