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1 Curriculum Overview Maths - Term 1 Grade 4 Resources: Mastermaths Book 3 Oxford University Press Paul Brite Web page: Worksheets, Exploring Mathematics Scott Foresman and Company/4 Topics Learning Outcomes Activities Methods of Assessment NUMBERS AND THE NUMBER SYSTEM Read and write whole numbers to at least in figures and words, and know what each digit represent. Multiply and divide any positive integer up to by 10 or 100. Use the correct vocabulary when comparing and ordering numbers, including symbols. Give one or more numbers between two pair of numbers. Use fraction notation, understand equivalent fractions, simplifying a fraction, order fractions. Use decimal notation for tenths and hundredths. Relate fractions to their decimal representations. Begin to understand percentages as the number of parts in every 100. Understand the effect of and relationships between the four operations, and the principles of the arithmetic laws. Begin to use brackets. Doubles of whole numbers, multiples and the corresponding halves. Approximate first. Use paper and pencil to record or explain multiplication and division. Develop calculator skills and use a calculator effectively. Make a number line to locate numbers. Games: Multiplication and division by 10 and 100. Using short multiplication or division to work out the exact answer Fraction strips Going around the farm to understand percentages. A piece of cake Solving a puzzle to find a hidden code. Comparison game. Closer to 300 Phone book game Eating pizza to understand fractions. Computer Practice to reinforce the use of decimal notation. Practice the correct order to solve an operation when using brackets using BEDMAS Pair work to practice and check their calculations using a calculator. Individual assessment Pair work Written evaluation (Exam and quizzes) Class participation

2 SHAPE, SPACE AND MEASURES HANDLING DATA PROBLEM SOLVING Recognise properties of rectangles. Classify triangles using criteria such us equal sides, angle and lines of symmetry. Make shapes with accuracy Recognize positions and directions read and plot co-ordinates in the first quadrant. Measures (weight, volume, and perimeter) Find the mode and the range of a set of data. Discuss the chance of likelihood of particular events. Collect information from various sources (survey). Organize the information using a tally sheet, entering data in a table and diagrams. Display information by constructing graphs ( bar, line, frequency, and pie charts). Solve problems using the four operations, ideas of ratio and proportion. Solve problems by representing and interpreting data in table, graphs, charts and diagrams. Check answer by performing inverse calculation. Create a mobile and explain the shape. Worksheets Making polygons using newspaper and masking tape. Summary sheet Practice during ICT class. Math lab tutorials. Collect information and make a chart Pair work: Make up a word problem for a given calculation. Board competition : Making polygons following the given instructions. Individual assessment: Quiz and classwork. Individual work (Quiz) Individual assessment (Written evaluation) Pair work: Making a problem. MENTAL MATHS Rapid recall of multiplication tables. Doubles of whole numbers, multiples and the corresponding halves. Multiply by 25, by 100 and then divide by 4. Games: Multiplication Bingo : Competition Timed evaluation Oral evaluation Game: Group competition

3 Curriculum Overview Maths - Term 2 Grade 4 Resources: Mastermaths Book 3 Oxford University Press Paul Brite Web page: Worksheets (Teacher`s Resources) Exploring Mathematics Scott Foresman and Company/4 Topics Learning Outcomes Activities Methods of Assessment NUMBERS AND THE NUMBER SYSTEM Use decimal notation for tenths and hundredths. Know what each digit represents in numbers with up to two decimal places. Relate fractions to their decimal representations: that is recognise the equivalence between the decimal and fraction forms of one-half, one-quarter, three-quarters.and tenths and hundredths (e.g. 7/10 = 0.7, 27/100 = Begin to understand percentage as the number of parts in every hundred and find simple percentages of small whole-number quantities (e.g. 25% of 8). Make a number line to locate numbers. Games: Multiplication and division by 10 and 100. Using short multiplication or division to work out the exact answer A piece of cake Solving a puzzle to find a hidden code. Bar graph pair work. Collecting Data from a survey. Computer Practice to reinforce the use of decimal notation. Pair work to practice and check their calculations using a calculator. Individual assessment Pair work Written evaluation (Exam and quizzes) Class participation SHAPE, SPACE AND MEASURES Understand, measure and calculate perimeter of rectangles and regular polygons. Recognise properties of rectangles. Classify triangles (isosceles, equilateral, scalene) using criteria such as equal sides and equal angles, lines of symmetry. Create a mobile and explain the shape. Worksheets Making polygons using newspaper and masking tape. Measuring around the class and school. Making shapes with toothpicks, straws, paper, etc. Game: Hit the spot : Making polygons following the given instructions. Individual assessment: Quiz and class work. Participation in activities Oral evaluation. Make shapes with increasing accuracy. Suggest suitable units and measuring equipment to estimate or measure length, mass or capacity. Measure and draw lines to the nearest millimetre.

4 Use, read and write standard metric units (km, m, cm, mm, kg, g, l, ml), including their abbreviations and relationships between them. Convert larger to smaller units (e.g. km to m, m to cm or mm, kg to g, l to ml). Record estimates and readings from scales to a suitable degree of accuracy. Use units of time; read the time on a 24- hour clock, and use 24-hour clock notation. HANDLING DATA Find the mode and the range of a set of data. Discuss the chance of likelihood of particular events. Collect information from various sources (survey). Organize the information using a tally sheet, entering data in a table and diagrams. Display information by constructing graphs (bar, line, frequency, and pie charts). Summary sheet Practice during ICT class. Math lab tutorials. Collect information and make a chart. Games: Turn on the Lights. (page 35) Individual work (Quiz) PROBLEM SOLVING Solve simple problems using ideas of ratio and proportion. Solve a problem by representing and interpreting data in tables, charts, graphs and diagrams, including those generated by a computer Solve mathematical problems or puzzles, recognise and explain patterns. Pair work: Make up a word problem for a given calculation. Board competition Solving problems using miles mileage. and kilometers, Individual assessment (Written evaluation) Pair work: Making a problem. Explain method and reasoning. Use all four operations to solve simple word problems, involving numbers and quantities based on real-life, money and measures (including time), using one or more steps.

5 MENTAL MATHS Rapid recall of multiplication tables. Doubles of whole numbers, multiples and the corresponding halves. Games: Multiplication Bingo : Competition Challenge (page 39) Timed evaluation Oral evaluation Game: Group competition Multiply and divide by 10, 100 and 100. Adding simple additions with a 3 digit numbers.

6 Curriculum Overview Maths - Term 2 Grade 4 Resources: Mastermaths Book 3 Oxford University Press Paul Brite Web page: Worksheets (Teacher`s Resources) Exploring Mathematics Scott Foresman and Company/4 Topics Learning Outcomes Activities Methods of Assessment NUMBERS AND THE NUMBER SYSTEM Use decimal notation for tenths and hundredths. Know what each digit represents in numbers with up to two decimal places. Relate fractions to their decimal representations: that is recognise the equivalence between the decimal and fraction forms of one-half, one-quarter, three-quarters.and tenths and hundredths (e.g. 7/10 = 0.7, 27/100 = Begin to understand percentage as the number of parts in every hundred and find simple percentages of small whole-number quantities (e.g. 25% of 8). Make a number line to locate numbers. Games: Multiplication and division by 10 and 100. Using short multiplication or division to work out the exact answer A piece of cake Solving a puzzle to find a hidden code. Bar graph pair work. Collecting Data from a survey. Computer Practice to reinforce the use of decimal notation. Pair work to practice and check their calculations using a calculator. Individual assessment Pair work Written evaluation (Exam and quizzes) Class participation SHAPE, SPACE AND MEASURES Understand, measure and calculate perimeter of rectangles and regular polygons. Recognise properties of rectangles. Classify triangles (isosceles, equilateral, scalene) using criteria such as equal sides and equal angles, lines of symmetry. Create a mobile and explain the shape. Worksheets Making polygons using newspaper and masking tape. Measuring around the class and school. Making shapes with toothpicks, straws, paper, etc. Game: Hit the spot : Making polygons following the given instructions. Individual assessment: Quiz and class work. Participation in activities Oral evaluation. Make shapes with increasing accuracy. Suggest suitable units and measuring equipment to estimate or measure length, mass or capacity. Measure and draw lines to the nearest millimetre.

7 Use, read and write standard metric units (km, m, cm, mm, kg, g, l, ml), including their abbreviations and relationships between them. Convert larger to smaller units (e.g. km to m, m to cm or mm, kg to g, l to ml). Record estimates and readings from scales to a suitable degree of accuracy. Use units of time; read the time on a 24- hour clock, and use 24-hour clock notation. HANDLING DATA Find the mode and the range of a set of data. Discuss the chance of likelihood of particular events. Collect information from various sources (survey). Organize the information using a tally sheet, entering data in a table and diagrams. Display information by constructing graphs (bar, line, frequency, and pie charts). Summary sheet Practice during ICT class. Math lab tutorials. Collect information and make a chart. Games: Turn on the Lights. (page 35) Individual work (Quiz) PROBLEM SOLVING Solve simple problems using ideas of ratio and proportion. Solve a problem by representing and interpreting data in tables, charts, graphs and diagrams, including those generated by a computer Solve mathematical problems or puzzles, recognise and explain patterns. Pair work: Make up a word problem for a given calculation. Board competition Solving problems using miles mileage. and kilometers, Individual assessment (Written evaluation) Pair work: Making a problem. Explain method and reasoning. Use all four operations to solve simple word problems, involving numbers and quantities based on real-life, money and measures (including time), using one or more steps.

8 MENTAL MATHS Rapid recall of multiplication tables. Doubles of whole numbers, multiples and the corresponding halves. Multiply and divide by 10, 100 and 100. Adding simple additions with a 3 digit numbers. Games: Multiplication Bingo : Competition Challenge (page 39) Timed evaluation Oral evaluation Game: Group competition

9 Curriculum Overview Maths - Term 3 Grade 4 Resources: Mastermaths Book 3 Oxford University Press Paul Brite Web page: Worksheets (Teacher`s Resources) Exploring Mathematics Scott Foresman and Company/4 Power Point Presentation: Shapes Topics Learning Outcomes Activities Methods of Assessment NUMBERS AND THE NUMBER SYSTEM Order a given set of positive and negative numbers. Use the vocabulary of comparing and ordering numbers. Give one or more numbers lying between two given numbers. Order a set of integers less than 1 million. Recognize multiples of 6, 7, 8, 9 up to 10. Know and apply squares numbers up to 10 x 10. Find all the pair of factors of any number up to 100. Order simple fractions and position them on a number line. Relate fractions to division, and use division to find simple fractions. Round a number with one or two decimal places to the nearest integer. Computer Practice to reinforce the use of decimal notation Make a number line to locate numbers. Games: Find out who Gemma is phoning. Name the robot Pair work to practice and check their calculations using a calculator. Individual assessment. Pair work Written evaluation (Exam and quizzes) Class participation

10 SHAPE, SPACE AND MEASURES Understand, measure and calculate perimeter of rectangles and regular polygons. Recognise properties of rectangles. Classify triangles (isosceles, equilateral, scalene) using criteria such as equal sides and equal angles, lines of symmetry. Worksheets Power point presentation: Shapes Making polygons. Individual assessment: Quiz and class work. Participation in activities Oral evaluation. Make shapes with increasing accuracy. Suggest suitable units and measuring equipment to estimate or measure length, mass or capacity. Measure and draw lines to the nearest millimetre. Make shapes with accuracy. HANDLING DATA Solve a problem by representing and interpreting data in tables, charts, graphs and diagrams. Organize the information using diagrams or tables. Display information by constructing graphs (bar, line, frequency, and pie charts). Interpret information from displays and databases. Create sets of points to form shapes Practice during ICT class. Math lab tutorials. Challenge: Temperatures (Page 49) Collect information and make a chart. Individual work (Quiz)

11 PROBLEM SOLVING Use all four operations to solve simple word problems, involving numbers and quantities based on real-life, money and measures (including time), using one or more steps. Pair work: Make up a word problem for a given calculation. Board competition Challenge (Pages 51 and 52) Individual assessment (Written evaluation, and class work) Pair work: Making a problem. Choose and use appropiate number operations to solve problems, and appropiate ways of calculating: mental, mental with jottings, written methods, and calculator. Solve mathematical problems or puzzles, recognize and explain patterns and relationship (formula) in words. Explain methods and reasoning. MENTAL MATHS Rapid recall of multiplication tables. Doubles of whole numbers, multiples and the corresponding halves. Multiply and divide by 10, 100 and 100. Adding simple additions with a 3 digit numbers. Use factors. Round to the nearest 10, 100 and Everyday mental math exercises. Multiplication Bingo : Competition Games: Multiplication Bingo : Competition Timed evaluation Oral evaluation Game: Group competition

12 Curriculum Overview Maths - Term 4 Grade 4 Ms. Kathia Valdivia Resources: Mastermaths Book 3 Oxford University Press Paul Brite Web page: Worksheets: Teacher`s Resources Exploring Mathematics Scott Foresman and Company/4 Power Point Presentation: Lines of Symmetry Topics Learning Outcomes Activities Methods of Assessment NUMBERS AND THE NUMBER SYSTEM Use the vocabulary of estimation and approximation. Make and justify estimates of large numbers, and estimate simple proportions such as 1/3 and 7/5. Order any given set of positive and negative integers. Calculate a temperature rise or fall across 0 degrees Celsius. Recognise and extend number sequences. Relate fractions to division. Use decimal notation for tenths and hundredths. Understand percentages as the number of parts in every 100, and find simple percentages of small whole-number quantities.ges Round a number with one or two decimal places to the nearest integer. Find the rule to complete the sequence. Exercises Practise Page 76 Who is holding the balloon? (Page 75) Games Number squares. Challenge (Page 80) Pair Work Pair work to practice and check their calculations using a calculator. Practise calculations (page 77) Class Game: Guess the number Individual assessment. Pair work Written evaluation (Exam and quizzes) Class participation

13 SHAPE, SPACE AND MEASURES Use read and write standard metric units (km, m, cm, mm, l, ml) including the realtionship between them. Worksheets Power point presentation: Symmetry Challenge (page 69) Exercise (Page 79) Individual assessment: Quiz and class work. Participation in activities Convert larger to smaller units. Understand area measured in squared centimetres (cm2) Group work Group Investigation: Polygons and create a mobile. Understand, measure and calculate perimeter of rectangles and regular polygons. Recognise properties of rectangles. Classify triangles (isosceles, equilateral, scalene) using criteria such as equal sides and equal angles, lines of symmetry. Make shapes with increasing accuracy. Recognise perpendicular and parallel lines. Understand and use angle measure in degrees. Review lines of symmetry. HANDLING DATA Discuss the change or likelihood of particular events. Solve a problem by representing and interpreting data in tables, charts, graphs and diagrams. Find the mode of a set of data. Organize the information using diagrams or tables. Display information by constructing graphs (bar, line, frequency and pie) Interpret information from displays and databases. Challenge: Create a line graph (Page 73) Collect information and make a chart. Pair work: Draw a probability line and ask a classmate to complete it. Pair work Individual work (Quiz)

14 PROBLEM SOLVING Choose and use appropiate number operations to solve problems, and appropiate ways of calculating: mental, mental with jottings, written methods, and calculator. Reasoning and generalising about numbers or shapes. Pair work Make up a word problem for a given calculation and write calculations for a partner. Board competition Worksheets Challenge exercises (Pages90 and 91) Individual assessment: (Written evaluation, and class work) Pair work: Writting a word problem. Solve mathematical problems or puzzles, recognize and explain patterns and relationship (formula) in words. Explain methods and reasoning. Use all four operations to solve simple word problems, involving numbers and quantities based on real-life, money and measures (including time), using one or more steps MENTAL MATHS Rapid recall of addition and subtraction facts. Rapid recall of multiplication tables. Find differences by counting up through the next multiple of 10, 100 or Identify near doubles in decimals. Develop further the relationship betwen addition and subtraction. Use known number facts and place value for mental addition and subtraction. Round to the nearest 10, 100 and Everyday mental math exercises. Games: Multiplication Bingo Group work: Competition Timed evaluation Oral evaluation Game: Group competition

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