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1 Appendix A Comparison Number Concepts and Operations s s K to 1 s 2 to 3 Recognize, describe, and use numbers from 0 to 100 in a variety of familiar settings. Demonstrate and use a variety of methods to show the process of addition and subtraction on one-digit whole numbers. Develop a number sense for whole numbers from 0 to 1000 and common fractions to tenths. Use a variety of strategies to apply a basic operations (+,,, ) to whole numbers and use these operations in solving problems. Matched chess knowledge to the math learning Chess pieces values of 0, 1, 3, 5, and 9 Understand the concept of half of the chessboard Chess pieces values of 0, 1, 3, 5, and 9 Understand the concept of half of the chessboard Skip count to 100 by 1s, 2s, 5s, and 10s. Estimating and Comparing estimates Addition and subtraction to 18. Estimating Rounding to the nearest 10 and 100 Skip count forward and backward by 2s, 5s, 10s, 25s, and 100s to Writing number in words Place vales Divisibility by 2, 5, 10 Multiplication up to 25 (5 5) Even and odd Understanding of halves, thirds, fourths, fifths, and tenths. Cancellation of equal values of chess pieces. Cancellation of equal values of chess pieces. 1

2 Number Concepts and Operations s 4 Demonstrate a number sense for whole numbers from 0 to and for proper fractions. Apply arithmetic operations on whole numbers and illustrate their use in solving problems. Matched chess knowledge to the math learning Chess pieces values of 0, 1, 3, 5, and 9 Estimating Rounding to the nearest 10, 100, and 1000 Skip counting Writing number in words Connect proper fractions to decimal fractions (tenths and hundredths) Multiplication up to 9 9 Cancellation of equal values of chess pieces. 5 Demonstrate a number sense for whole numbers, from 0 to , and will explore proper fractions and decimal fractions. Apply arithmetic operations on whole numbers and decimal fractions and illustrate the use of decimal fractions in solving problems. Chess pieces values of 0, 1, 3, 5, and 9 Place value from hundredths Read and write numerals to a million Estimate up to Recognize multiples, factors, composites, and primes Describe proper fractions, equivalent fractions ddd dd ddd d dd.dd d dd.dd d Cancellation of equal values of chess pieces. 2

3 Number Concepts and Operations s 6 7 Develop a number sense for common fractions and explore number sense for whole numbers. Apply arithmetic operations on whole numbers and decimal fractions in solving problems. Demonstrate a number sense for decimal fractions and integers (including whole numbers). Apply arithmetic operations on decimal fractions and integers and illustrate their use in solving problems. Matched chess knowledge to the math learning Chess pieces values of 0, 1, 3, 5, and 9 Chess pieces values of 0, 1, 3, 5, and 9 Set theory for common factors Decision for prime factorization for order of operations Read and write numerals > a million Multiples, factors, composites, and primes Exponent Integers Compare fractions, mixed numbers, and decimal fractions Ratio and percentage Common multiples, common factors, least common multiples, greatest common factors, and prime factorization Order of operations Scientific notation Divisibility rules by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, or 11 Expand standard numbers in posers of 10. All 4 operations (+,, ), of decimal fractions. Convert proper fractions, decimal fractions, terminating and repeating decimals, and % from one to another. Rate, ratio, and proportion ddd.dd dd ddd.dd dd ddd.dd ddd ddd.dd ddd All 4 operations (+,, ), of integers. Cancellation of equal values of chess pieces. Cancellation of equal values of chess pieces. 3

4 Pattern and Relations (Patterns, Variable and Equations (grade 6 and above only), Measurement) s s K to 1 Identify, create, and compare patterns that arise from their daily experiences. Estimate, measure, and compare measures using whole numbers and nonstandard units of measure. Matched chess knowledge to the math learning Compare length, size, area, weight, and volume. Describe time and temperature The real distance and chess distance such as knight s move and promotion square and triangular moves of opposition. 2 to 3 4 Investigate, establish, and communicate rules that arise from daily and mathematical experiences, and use these rules to make predictions. Measure, estimate, and compare, using whole numbers and non-standard and standard units of measure. Investigate, establish, and communicate rules for, and predictions from, numerical and non-numerical patterns. Estimate, measure, and compare quantities using numbers and standard units of measure. Measure length, mass, volume, and time. Read and write time to the nearest minute using 12- hour notation. Estimate, read, and record temperature to the nearest degree Celsius. Count, write, and read money. Use grids, tables, charts, or calculators to explain mathematical relationships. Measure objects in length, area, capacity, mass. Read and write time on a 24-hour clock and a.m., p.m. The real distance and chess distance such as knight s move and promotion square and triangular moves of opposition. The real distance and chess distance such as knight s move and promotion square and triangular moves of opposition. 4

5 Pattern and Relations (Patterns, Variable and Equations (grade 6 and above only), Measurement) s 5 Construct, extend, and summarize patterns, using rules, charts, mental mathematics, and calculators. Use measurement concepts, appropriate tools, and the results of measurements to solve problems in real-life contexts. Matched chess knowledge to the math learning Construct patterns in two or three dimension. Explain the meaning of length, width, height, depth, thickness, perimeter, and circumference. Solve problems in mass, perimeter, area, volume. 6 7 Use relationships to summarize, generalize, and extend patterns. Use informal and concrete representations of equality and operations on equality to solve problems. Be able to solve problems involving perimeter, area, surface area, volume, and angle measurement. Express patterns in terms of variables and use expressions containing variables to make predictions. Use variables and equations to express, summarize, and apply relationships as problem-solving tools in a restricted range of contexts. Solve problems involving the properties of circles and their relationships to angles and time zones. Equal points of attacking pieces and defending pieces Chess pieces points substitute chess symbols Equal points of attacking pieces and defending pieces Chess pieces points substitute chess symbols Angles formed by the movements of chess pieces. Solve one-variable equations with whole number coefficients. Create expressions and rules to describe patterns and relationships of area, perimeter, volume etc. Determine the perimeter of polygons. Estimate angles using circular protractor. Classify angles as acute, right, obtuse, straight, or reflex. Solve and verify simple linear equations. Substitute number variables Write expressions. Predict and justify the nth value of a number pattern. Calculate time id different time zones. Solve circumference, and area of a circle. Inequality points of attacking pieces and defending pieces Inequality points of attacking pieces and defending pieces Parallel and intersection of chess pieces. 5

6 Shape and Space (3-D Objects and 2-D Shapes, Transformations) s s K to 1 Explore, sort, and classify real-world and threedimensioned objects according to their properties. Matched chess knowledge to the math learning Square-shaped chessboard Identify circles, square, triangle, or rectangles. Describe reflection Pattern of chessboard Lines, shapes and patterns of the chess pieces on the chessboard. 2 to 3 4 Describe, classify, construct, and relate threedimensional objects and two-dimensional shapes using common language to describe their properties. Describe, classify, construct, and relate threedimensional objects and two-dimensional shapes using mathematical vocabulary to describe their properties. Bishop vs. parallel, checkmate vs. intersecting, rook vs. perpendicular. Bishop vs. parallel, checkmate vs. intersecting, rook vs. perpendicular.. Describe faces, vertices, edges, sides, and angles of polygon and solids. Name three-dimensional objects cubes, spheres, cones, cylinders, pyramids, and prisms. Explore the concepts of points, lines, perpendicular lines, parallel lines, and intersecting lines on three-dimensional objects. Graph whole numbers on a horizontal or a vertical number lines. Construct nets for pyramids and prisms. Identify squares, rectangles, parallelograms, and trapezoids. Draw point, line, parallel lines, and intersecting lines. Place an object on a grid using columns and rows. Chess pieces moves in 360 degree. Chess coordinates. Lines, shapes and patterns of the chess pieces on the chessboard. Chess pieces moves in 360 degree. Lines, shapes and patterns of the chess pieces on the chessboard. 6

7 Shape and Space (3-D Objects and 2-D Shapes, Transformations) s Use the visualization of twodimensional shapes and three-dimensional objects to solve problems related to spatial relation. Describe motion in terms of a slide, a turn, or a flip. Use visualization and symmetry to solve problems involving classification and sketching. Create patterns and designs that incorporate symmetry, translations, tessellations, and reflections. Link angle measurement to the properties of parallel lines. Create and analyze patterns and designs using congruence, symmetry, translation, rotation, and reflection. Matched chess knowledge to the math learning Chess coordinates first quadrant only. Chess coordinates first quadrant only. Chess coordinates first quadrant only. not matched by chess Construct patterns in two or three dimension. Explain the meaning of length, width, height, depth, thickness, perimeter, and circumference. Solve problems in mass, perimeter, area, volume. Classify triangles according to sides. Classify polygons according sides of 3, 4, 5, 6, and 8. Recognize translation, turn, or a flip, and tessellations Identify point in the first quadrant using order pairs. Classify angles as acute, right, obtuse, straight, or reflex. Classify triangles according to angles. Regular polygons. Draw solids on grids. Draw slides, flips, and turns using grids to describe. Complementary and supplementary angles. Solve circumference, and area of a circle. Angles related two parallel lines. Construct angle bisectors and perpendicular bisectors. Draw slides, flips, and turns using grids to describe in all quadrants. Triangular move of opposition Movement of the chess pieces on a 2-dimensional plane: how the Knight makes its tour on the chessboard touching each square only once. In chess time, space and material interact in a dynamic or flux to create imbalances. Triangular move of opposition Movement of the chess pieces on a 2-dimensional plane: how the Knight makes its tour on the chessboard touching each square only once. In chess time, space and material interact in a dynamic or flux to create imbalances. Triangular move of opposition Movement of the chess pieces on a 2-dimensional plane: how the Knight makes its tour on the chessboard touching each square only once. In chess time, space and material interact in a dynamic or flux to create imbalances. 7

8 Statistics and probability (Data Analysis, Chance and Uncertainty) s s K to 1 Collect, organize, and analyze (with assistance) data based on first-hand information. Matched chess knowledge to the math learning Chessboard Make the next move using tree structure Construct a pictograph Pose oral questions in relation to the data gathered. Number of possibilities of making the 1 st move in chess. Predict the chance of an event happening using the terms never, sometimes, and always. 2 to 3 4 Collect data based on firstand-second-hand information, display results in more than one way, interpret data, and make predictions. Use simple experiments designed by others to illustrate and explain probability and chance. Collect first-and secondhand data, assess and validate the data-collection process, and graph the data. Conduct simple probability experiments to explain. Chessboard Display data in graphs, pictographs, bar graphs, and rank ordering. Obtain information by performing arithmetic operations on the data. Describe an outcome in terms such as likely, unlikely, fair chance, probable, and expected. Conduct a probability experiment. Chessboard Construct bar graph and pictograph using many-to-one correspondence. Identify an outcome in terms of possible, impossible, certain, uncertain. Compare using terms equally, likely, more likely, or less likely. Number of possibilities of making the 1 st move in chess. Number of possibilities of making the 1 st move in chess. 8

9 Statistics and probability (Data Analysis, Chance and Uncertainty) s 5 Develop and implement a plan for the collection, display, and analysis of data gathered from appropriate samples. Predict, conduct experiments, and communicate the probability of single events. Matched chess knowledge to the math learning not matched by chess Distinguish between a population and sample. Display frequency diagram, line plot, and brokenline plot. Make inferences from the data to generate a conclusion. Sample space Use terms never/less likely/equally likely likely/more likely/always Conduct probability experiments. Statistical analysis of opening moves that lead to wins for the white or black pieces. Analysis of a given position in a chess database to evaluate possible moves. Analyze combination of moves up to move Develop and implement a plan for the collection, display, and analysis of data gathered from appropriate samples. Use numbers to communicate the probability of single events from experiments and models. Justify sampling techniques. Display data in histogram, double bar graphs, and stem and leaf plot. Describe minimum, maximum, mode, median, and patterns. Dice problems. Distinguish experimental and theoretical probability of single events. Statistical analysis of opening moves that lead to wins for the white or black pieces. Analysis of a given position in a chess database to evaluate possible moves. Analyze combination of moves up to move Develop and implement a plan for the collection, display, and analysis of data, using measures of variability and central tendency. Create and solve problems using probability. Select and justify appropriate methods of collecting data. Calculate mode, median, mean, range, extremes, gaps, quartiles, and clusters. Interpolate from data to make predictions Solve problems using the definition of probability as favorable over total. Statistical analysis of opening moves that lead to wins for the white or black pieces. Analysis of a given position in a chess database to evaluate possible moves. Analyze combination of moves up to move 10. 9

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