# Mathematics. Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics Units :

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1 Mathematics The Everyday Mathematics program is a standards based program that is designed to spiral through the grade levels. Each year, concepts build on the knowledge gained the previous year. At the beginning of each math unit, a letter will be sent home describing the concepts about to be covered, as well as information that will help you to assist your child with homework. The program also comes with a Students Reference Book that provides parents and students with background information on each concept being taught in class. A wide variety of mathematical tools and materials are used such as, compasses, protractors, pattern blocks, base ten blocks, and geoboards. Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics Units : 1. Naming and Constructing Geometric Figures 2. Using Numbers and Organizing Data (Place Value to Millions, Data Landmarks, and Addition & Subtraction Strategies) 3. Multiplication and Division; Number Sentences In Algebra 4. Decimals and Their Uses 5. Big Numbers, Estimation, and Computation (Place Value to Billions, Multiplying Double Digit Numbers) 6. Division; Map Reference Frames; Measures of Angles 7. Fractions 8. Perimeter and Area 9. Percents 10. Reflections and Symmetry D Shapes, Weight, Volume, and Capacity 12. Rates The program also includes many games that are introduced to help students to master basic facts such as multiplication and division. The games are not only fun, but are important learning tools. Mastering of basic multiplication facts lays that foundation for more complex mathematics such as dividing larger numbers. Mastery of basic facts is a priority this year! We will do regular timed practice drills, and any extra practice at home is greatly beneficial!

2 Science In Fourth Grade Science, we use two modules from the Insights Hands on Inquiry Science Curriculum. Each of the Insights modules contain 12 to 20 hands on inquiry activities in which students are guided to explore new concepts using concrete materials. Students will develop observation skills, learn questioning techniques for science inquiry, and learn how to collect and record data. Computer technology is integrated as appropriate, for example, using websites that allow students to explore circuits, or to reconstruct a skeleton from and owl pellet. Our third unit of study, Plants and Ecology, is designed to make students aware of the important interaction between the plants and animals (including people) of the Earth. Units of Study 1. Bones and Skeletons: In this module, students will be given a mysterious gray object, an owl pellet. They will examine it and find many small bones inside. Learning experiences that explore human bone groups, teeth and joints, as well as the skeleton of the other animals help students understand bone structure and its relationship to function. 2. Circuits and Pathways: In this module, students will develop a basis for understanding electricity by exploring its properties in simple circuits. They use batteries, wire, bulbs, and motors to explore the concept of a complete circuit in a variety of ways. 3. Plants and Ecology: In this unit, students will learn characteristics of ecosystems on the Earth, and how human actions modify the physical environment. They will observe nature. Students will demonstrate an increasing ability to understand how environmental factors affect all living things.

4 Materials: Trade books ( both fiction and non-fiction) Reading titles will vary Biographies Poetry Weekly Reader Magazine Selections from the Harcourt Brace Reading Series Selections from Science and Social Studies texts Dictionaries and other Reference Books Various Magazine or Newspaper Articles Writing In the Fourth Grade, all students are expected to express themselves in writing. Sentences and paragraphs are used in all content areas. Students are expected to write for social studies, science, math, as well as reading and writing. For longer pieces of writing, various graphic organizers are used to help students plan their writing. Teacher and student created rubrics are used to assess written work, and students will be creating portfolios of their best work. This year, we are extending the Learning to Read by Reading model into Writer s Workshop. Students will see themselves as writers, as they study mentor texts of various writers to discover a variety of techniques that writers use, and have the opportunity to try them in their own writing. We will study the works of many different authors in a variety of genre to identify the qualities of good writing, and then revise and edit our pieces. Personal narrative writing on topics that the student deeply cares about will be emphasized. As in Reader s Workshop, we will have daily whole class focus lessons, small group work, individual conferences, and sharing our work with our community of writers. During the year, we will also practice writing for different purposes: Procedural (How to) paragraphs Descriptive paragraphs Persuasive paragraphs Expository (creative story) paragraphs Comparing & Contrasting paragraphs Poetry forms

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