# Grade 4 Unit 3: Multiplication and Division; Number Sentences and Algebra

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1 Grade 4 Unit 3: Multiplication and Division; Number Sentences and Algebra Activity Lesson 3-1 What s My Rule? page 159) Everyday Mathematics Goal for Mathematical Practice GMP 2.2 Explain the meanings of the numbers, words, pictures, symbols, gestures, tables, graphs, and concrete objects you and others use. GMP 2.1, GMP 4.1, GMP 4.2, GMP 8.2 Guiding Questions What do the numbers in the in column represent?* What do the numbers in the out column represent?* Reviewing Variations of the What s My Rule? Routines page 160) GMP 8.2 Use properties, rules, and shortcuts to solve problems. GMP 1.1, GMP 2.2, GMP 4.2, GMP 8.1 How do you solve the problem when the rule is missing? What other rules do you use to solve math problems? Lesson 3-2 Multiplication Facts Factors Pairs of Prime GMP 5.2 Use mathematically Numbers tools correctly and efficiently. pages 165 and 166) GMP 3.1, GMP 5.1, GMP 6.1, GMP 7.1 How could you use your Multiplication/Division Facts Table or Fact Triangles to find factor pairs? How did you use the Factor Pairs of Prime Numbers table to identify prime numbers and composite numbers? Reviewing the Models of Multiplication page 166) GMP 2.2 Explain the meanings of the numbers, words, pictures, symbols, gestures, tables, graphs, and concrete objects you and others use. GMP 1.6, GMP 2.1 How might thinking about what a multiplication fact means help you figure out facts? Which multiplication model makes the most sense to you? Why? Grade 4, Page 1

2 Lesson 3-3 Multiplication Facts Practice page 170) GMP 7.1 Find, extend, analyze, and create patterns. GMP 5.2, GMP 7.2, GMP 8.1 What other patterns can you find in the multiplication facts?* Why do we look for patterns in math? Administering a Multiplication Facts Practice Test pages 170 and 171) GMP 4.1 Apply mathematical ideas to real-world situations. GMP 1.5, GMP 5.1 Discuss with students the importance of memorizing multiplication facts.* When might you need to use your facts in real life? Lesson 3-4 More Multiplication Facts Practice page 176) GMP 6.3 Be accurate when you count, measure, and calculate. GMP 2.2 How did you calculate the mean? Are the median and mean test scores fairly close to each other?* Recording and Graphing Individual Test Results page 177) GMP 2.2 Explain the meanings of the numbers, words, pictures, symbols, gestures, tables, graphs, and concrete objects you and others use. GMP 2.1, GMP 8.3 What do your one-minute and three minute scores on your 50-facts test tell you? What might you learn by graphing your scores over time? Lesson 3-5 Multiplication and Division page 181) GMP 1.6 Connect mathematical ideas and representations to one another. GMP 1.4, GMP 4.1 How can these statements help you solve the original problem? What statements can be made about the second problem? Grade 4, Page 2

3 Using the Multiplication/Division Facts Table for Division page 183) GMP 5.2 Use mathematical tools correctly and efficiently. GMP 1.6, GMP 6.3 How can you use the Multiplication/Division Facts Table to solve division problems? What other tools can you use to solve division problems? Lesson 3-6 World Tour: Flying to Africa Examining the List of GMP 5.2 Use mathematical Countries and Regions tools correctly and efficiently. pages 187 and 188) GMP 3.2 What kind of information can you learn from the Country Profile? How can the Student Reference Book support the World Tour? Completing the Route Map and Country Notes for Egypt pages 188 and 189) GMP 4.1 Apply mathematical ideas to real-world situations. GMP 5.2, GMP 6.1, GMP 6.2 Why might someone want to know the exchange rate for the Egyptian pound? Name other examples of using math in the real world. Lesson 3-7 Finding Air Distances Finding the Air Distances between Cities pages 193 and 194) GMP 6.2 Use the level of precision you need for your problem. GMP 4.1, GMP 5.1, GMP 5.2, GMP 5.3 Why is it more accurate to calculate air distances based on measurements to the nearest 1/2 inch instead of to the nearest inch? Why is the air distance between Chicago and Beijing an estimated distance? Finding More Air Distances between Cities pages 194 and 195) GMP 5.3 Estimate and use what you know to check the answers you find using tools. GMP 1.5, GMP 2.1, GMP 2.2, GMP 4.1, GMP 6.2 How accurate were your guesses? Why is it important to check your estimates? Grade 4, Page 3

4 Lesson 3-8 A Guide for Solving Number Stories pages 199 and 200) GMP 1.2 Make a plan for solving your problem. GMP 1.1, GMP 1.3, GMP 1.4, GMP 1.5, GMP 5.3 Ask for suggestions on how to solve the problem.* Compare different plans for solving the problem. What can you learn from examining different plans? Solving Number Stories about Air Distances page 201) GMP 1.5 Check whether your solution makes sense. GMP 1.1, GMP 1.2, GMP 1.3, GMP 1.4, GMP 4.1, GMP 5.1, GMP 5.3 How could you check whether your solutions make sense? Why should we check whether our answers make sense? Lesson 3-9 True or False Number Sentences Exploring the Meaning of Number Sentence pages 204 and 205) GMP 2.1 Represent problems and situations mathematically with numbers, words, pictures, symbols, gestures, tables, graphs, and concrete objects. GMP 1.6, GMP 2.2, GMP 6.1 The sum of five and eight is equal to thirteen. Ask whether there is another way to write this sentence.* Why do we use mathematical symbols instead of words? Determining Whether a Number Sentence Is True or False page 205) GMP 7.2 Use patterns and structures to solve problems. GMP 2.1, GMP 2.2, GMP 6.1 Refer to this number sentence: = Can you tell whether it is true or false before doing the subtractions?* How? What digits in each number helped you decide? 4, > 4, Can you tell whether it is true or false before doing the additions?* How? What digits in each number helped you decide? Grade 4, Page 4

5 Lesson 3-10 Parentheses in Number Sentences pages 209 and 210) GMP 2.2 Explain the meanings of the numbers, words, pictures, symbols, gestures, tables, graphs, and concrete objects you and others use. In a number sentence, what do parentheses indicate? What other symbols do you know how to use in math? Using Parentheses in Number Sentences pages 210 and 211) Lesson 3-11 Open Sentences Introducing the Broken Calculator Activity pages 216 and 217) Solving Open Sentences page 217) GMP 2.1, GMP 6.1, GMP 6.3, GMP 8.1 GMP 6.3 Be accurate when you count, measure, and calculate. GMP 1.5, GMP 2.2, GMP 3.1, GMP 6.1, GMP 8.1, GMP 8.2 GMP 1.3 Try different approaches when your problem is hard. GMP 1.4, GMP 1.5, GMP 5.3, GMP 6.2, GMP 6.3, GMP 7.1, GMP 7.2 GMP 3.2 Work to make sense of others mathematical thinking. GMP 1.5, GMP 2.1, GMP 6.1 How can you make sure you inserted parentheses correctly? What might happen if your parentheses were not in the right place? How does solving these problems change when one key is broken on your calculator? What do you do when it is hard to find a solution? Do you agree or disagree with Isabel? Explain your answer.* What could you say to Isabel to help her understand? *denotes a question that is currently in the Everyday Mathematics materials Grade 4, Page 5

6 Grade 4 Unit 4: Decimals and Their Uses Activity Everyday Mathematics Goal for Mathematical Practice Lesson 4-1 Decimal Place Value Reviewing the Place-Value GMP 8.1 Use patterns and Chart for Whole Numbers structures to create and explain and Extending It to Decimals rules and shortcuts. pages 240 and 241) Identifying Digits and the Values of Digits in Decimals page 241) GMP 2.1, GMP 2.2, GMP 5.2, GMP 6.2, GMP 7.1 GMP 2.2 Explain the meanings of the numbers, words, pictures, symbols, gestures, tables, graphs, and concrete objects you and others use. GMP 2.1, GMP 6.2, GMP 7.1 Guiding Questions How might the relationships between ones, tens, and hundreds help you understand the relationships between tenths, hundredths, and thousandths? Why do you think our number system is called base-10? Discuss why the decimal point is necessary.* Discuss the value of each digit.* Lesson 4-2 Review of Basic Decimal Concepts Understanding Fraction Concepts pages 245 and 246) GMP 6.1 Communicate your mathematical thinking clearly and precisely. GMP 1.6, GMP 2.1, GMP 2.2, GMP 5.2 Why do you need to know what is the ONE, or the whole, when talking about fractions? When we use base-10 blocks to represent fractions, how can the flat represent the ONE? Modeling Decimals with Base-10 Blocks pages 246 and 247) GMP 2.1 Represent problems and situations mathematically with numbers, words, pictures, symbols, gestures, tables, graphs, and concrete objects. GMP 1.6, GMP 2.2, GMP 5.2, GMP 6.1 Do 0.04 and 4/100 represent the same value? How do you know? How does representing decimals in different ways help you understand the value? Grade 4, Page 6

7 Lesson 4-3 Comparing and Ordering Decimals page 251) GMP 3.2 Work to make sense of others mathematical thinking. GMP 2.2, GMP 3.1, GMP 5.1, GMP 6.1, GMP 6.2, GMP 7.2 Arjun thought that 0.3 was less than Explain or draw pictures to help Arjun see that 0.3 is more than 1.5.* How might explaining other people s mistakes help your understanding? Ordering Decimals page 252) GMP 5.2 Use mathematical tools correctly and efficiently. GMP 2.1, GMP 2.2, GMP 6.1 How could base-10 blocks help you compare and order decimals? Why do you need to know the value of each base-10 block when using them to compare decimals? Lesson 4-4 Estimating with Decimals Discussing Why Decimals are Useful pages 256 and 257) GMP 6.2 Use the level of precision you need for your problem. GMP 2.1, GMP 2.2, GMP 4.1, GMP 6.1 Why is 45.6 miles more precise than 45 miles? How can decimals help you be more precise? Estimating Decimal Sums pages 257 and 258) GMP 6.1 Communicate your mathematical thinking clearly and precisely. GMP 1.5, GMP 6.2 Explain your estimation strategies. Lesson 4-5 Decimal Addition and Subtraction pages 261 and 262) GMP 1.4 Solve your problem in more than one way. GMP 2.2, GMP 3.1, GMP 3.2, GMP 6.1, GMP 7.2 Have students discuss why the answer to the problem is incorrect. There are many ways to explain the mistake.* Which explanation makes the most sense to you? Why? Grade 4, Page 7

8 Adding and Subtracting Decimals Using an Algorithm page 262) GMP 7.2 Use patterns and structures to solve problems. GMP 1.5, GMP 1.6, GMP 6.2 Is it possible to use the same methods for adding and subtracting decimals that you use for whole numbers?* What other ways might whole number place value help you understand decimal place value? Lesson 4-6 Decimals in Money Practicing Mental Arithmetic page 268) Maintaining a Savings Account GMP 6.2 Use the level of precision you need for your problem. GMP 1.1, GMP 2.2, GMP 4.1, GMP 6.1 GMP 4.1 Apply mathematical ideas to real-world situations. Estimate whether Kate will have more or less than \$ at the end of April.* Why might Kate need to keep track of her bank balance? page 268) Lesson 4-7 Thousandths page 272) Modeling Decimals with Base-10 Blocks page 273) GMP 2.2, GMP 4.2, GMP 6.2, GMP 6.3 GMP 7.2 Use patterns and structures to solve problems. GMP 1.6, GMP 2.1, GMP 6.1 GMP 2.1 Represent problems and situations mathematically with numbers, words, pictures, symbols, gestures, tables, graphs, and concrete objects. GMP 1.6, GMP 2.2, GMP 6.1, GMP 6.2, GMP 7.2 When have you needed to add or subtract money amounts in your life? What happens to the denominator of the fractions 1/10, 1/100, 1/1,000? Why? How could representations of decimals in the tenths and hundredths help you understand thousandths? If there are fewer than 1,000 cubes, is the fraction (and the equivalent decimal) less than or greater than 1?* How many cubes are needed to show a number that is at least 1?* Grade 4, Page 8

9 Lesson 4-8 Metric Units of Length Reviewing Metric Units of Linear Measures pages 278 and 279) GMP 2.2 Explain the meanings of the numbers, words, pictures, symbols, gestures, tables, graphs, and concrete objects you and others use. GMP 2.1, GMP 6.1, GMP 6.2, GMP 7.1 What do the numbers stand for?* What do the smallest marks stand for?* How could knowing the values of each unit help you convert between different metric units of length? Measuring in Centimeters page 280) GMP 6.3 Be accurate when you count, measure, and calculate. GMP 2.1, GMP 3.1, GMP 3.2, GMP 5.1, GMP 5.2, GMP 6.2 Which objects did you disagree about? Why do you think you did not get the same measurements? What did you do to find a measurement you could agree upon? Lesson 4-9 Personal References for Metric Length Finding Personal References GMP 5.1 Choose appropriate for Metric Units of Length tools for your problem. page 285) GMP 3.2, GMP 4.1, GMP 5.2, GMP 6.2, GMP 6.3 What tools could help you find personal references for 1 centimeter? 1 decimeter? 1 meter? How do tools help you find personal references for units of length? Practicing Estimating Lengths page 286) GMP 5.3 Estimate and use what you know to check the answers you find using tools. GMP 5.1, GMP 5.2, GMP 6.2, GMP 6.3 How did you use your personal references to estimate distances? How did your estimates compare with the actual lengths? Grade 4, Page 9

10 Lesson 4-10 Measuring in Millimeters Measuring Lengths in GMP 7.2 Use patterns and Millimeters and Centimeters structures to solve problems. page 291) GMP 1.5, GMP 2.1, GMP 5.2, GMP 6.2, GMP 6.3 How could you use centimeter marks as a guide to measure in millimeters? How do larger measurements help you understand smaller measurements? Measuring Invertebrates in Metric Units page 292) GMP 6.3 Be accurate when you count, measure, and calculate. GMP 2.1, GMP 5.2, GMP 6.1, GMP 6.2 How do the guidelines help you to measure accurately? Why was it helpful to use your regular ruler and not the paper ruler? *denotes a question that is currently in the Everyday Mathematics materials. Grade 4, Page 10

11 Grade 4 Unit 5: Big Numbers, Estimation, and Computation Activity Everyday Mathematics Goal for Mathematical Practice Lesson 5-1 Extended Multiplication Facts Developing a Rule for Multiplying Ones by Tens page 316) GMP 8.1 Use patterns and structures to create and explain rules and shortcuts. GMP 3.2, GMP 6.1, GMP 7.1 Guiding Questions What patterns helped you figure out the shortcut? How could you use the shortcut to help you? Playing Beat the Calculator page 317) GMP 8.2 Use properties, rules, and shortcuts to solve problems. GMP 3.2, GMP 5.2 How did your shortcuts for multiplying by tens help you while playing Beat the Calculator? Without these shortcuts who do you think would win, the Brain or the Calculator? Why? Lesson 5-2 Multiplication Wrestling page 321) GMP 1.3 Try different approaches when your problem is hard. GMP 1.4, GMP 2.2, GMP 6.1, GMP 6.3, GMP 7.2 How did you know if you had found the largest possible answer? Why should you keep trying to solve problems if you don t get the answer on the first try? Playing Multiplication Wrestling pages 321 and 322) GMP 7.1 Find, extend, analyze, and create patterns. GMP 2.1, GMP 3.1, GMP 3.2, GMP 8.2 Ask students about the patterns they noticed and the strategies they used while playing and completing the record sheet.* How could you use these patterns to your advantage when playing Multiplication Wrestling? Grade 4, Page 11

12 Lesson 5-3 Estimating Sums pages 326 and 327) Planning a Trip page 328) GMP 6.2 Use the level of precision you need for your problem. GMP 1.1, GMP 1.2, GMP 1.4, GMP 1.5, GMP 3.1, GMP 4.1, GMP 6.1 GMP 3.1 Explain both what to do and why it works. GMP 4.1, GMP 6.2 Is it always necessary to find the exact answer? When is it appropriate or useful to estimate? How did you make your estimates? Why did you do it this way? Why did the problems ask for estimates instead of exact answers? Lesson 5-4 Estimating Products Using the Food-Survey Data GMP 4.1 Apply mathematical to Make Magnitude Estimates ideas to real-world situations. pages 332 and 333) GMP 1.4, GMP 1.5, GMP 4.2, GMP 6.1, GMP 6.2 Based on your answers to Problems 1 3, do you think like you eat like an average American? Explain why or why not.* Why do you think the U.S. Department of Agriculture collects the food survey data? Estimating Averages page 334) GMP 1.5 Check whether your solution makes sense. GMP 1.4, GMP 3.1, GMP 3.2, GMP 4.1, GMP 5.3, GMP 6.2 How can you check whether your estimates make sense? How can an exact answer help you check your estimate? Lesson 5-5 Partial-Products Multiplication (Part 1) page 338) GMP 1.4 Solve your problem in more than one way. GMP 1.1, GMP 1.5, GMP 2.2, GMP 3.1, GMP 6.3 Have students share solution strategies.* Was there a strategy shared you might try when solving a problem? How was this strategy different? Grade 4, Page 12

13 Using the Partial-Products Algorithm with 1-Digit Multipliers page 340) GMP 5.3 Estimate and use what you know to check the answers you find using tools. GMP 1.5, GMP 3.1, GMP 6.2, GMP 8.2 Explain how you made your estimate using these numbers. Explain how estimation can help you decide whether an answer to a multiplication problem makes sense.* Lesson 5-6 Partial-Products Multiplication (Part 2) Estimating Products pages 344 and 345) GMP 1.5 Check whether your answer makes sense. GMP 1.1, GMP 6.2, GMP 7.2 Why are you asked to estimate the products before finding the exact answers? Why is it important to check whether your answer makes sense? Using the Partial-Products Algorithm page 346) GMP 1.6 Connect mathematical ideas and representations to one another. GMP 1.4, GMP 1.5, GMP 7.2, GMP 8.2 Explain how the partialproducts algorithm is similar to finding a team s score in a game of Multiplication Wrestling.* How are they different? Lesson 5-7 Lattice Multiplication Demonstrating the Lattice GMP 8.1 Use patterns and Method for 2-Digit structures to create and Multipliers explain rules and shortcuts. page 352) GMP 2.1, GMP 2.2, GMP 6.3, GMP 7.2 How does the lattice method use place value? What rules do you need to follow while doing lattice multiplication problems? Practicing the Lattice Method with 2-Digit Multipliers page 352) GMP 3.2 Work to make sense of others mathematical thinking. GMP 2.2, GMP 3.1, GMP 5.1, GMP 6.1 How can it help to check your answers with a partner? Grade 4, Page 13

14 Lesson 5-8 Big Numbers pages 356 and 357) Exploring the Relationships among a Thousand, a Million, and a Billion page 358) Lesson 5-9 Powers of 10 page 362) Introducing Exponential Notation for Powers of 10 pages ) GMP 6.1 Communicate your mathematical thinking clearly and precisely. GMP 2.2, GMP 6.2, GMP 7.1 GMP 7.1 Find, extend, analyze, and create patterns. GMP 1.6, GMP 2.1, GMP 2.2, GMP 4.1, GMP 5.2 GMP 4.1 Apply mathematical ideas to real-world situations. GMP 2.1, GMP 2.2, GMP 6.1, GMP 6.2 GMP 7.1 Find, extend, analyze, and create patterns. GMP 2.1, GMP 2.2 Why are the commas important when reading and writing large numbers? Why is it important to read and write large numbers correctly? How did you use the array to find patterns? How did you extend the patterns to determine that there are 1 million dots in a ream of paper? What other very large numbers are referred to in the World Tour section? Why do you think people use scientific notation to represent very large numbers? Ask students to look for patterns in their completed charts.* What do the patterns tell you about the value of each place? Lesson 5-10 Rounding and Reporting Large Numbers Reviewing Rounding GMP 6.2 Use the level of precision you need for your problem. page 369 and 370) GMP 1.5, GMP 3.1, GMP 4.1, GMP 7.2 Which version of the marathon count would you report: 9,059; 9,060; 9,100; or 9,000? Explain your answer.* Would you include a rough estimate or the most accurate count in your report? Why? Grade 4, Page 14

15 Rounding Baseball Team Attendance Figures page 370) Lesson 5-11 Comparing Data pages 374 and 375) Looking Up and Comparing Data about the Countries in Europe page 375) GMP 2.2 Explain the meanings of the numbers, words, pictures, symbols, gestures, tables, graphs, and concrete objects you and others use. GMP 2.1, GMP 3.1, GMP 4.1, GMP 4.2, GMP 6.2, GMP 7.2 GMP 7.2 Use patterns and structures to solve problems. GMP 3.1, GMP 6.1, GMP 6.3 GMP 4.1 Apply mathematical ideas to real-world situations. GMP 2.2, GMP 7.2 What do the attendance figures tell you? How accurate do you think the figures are? How do tables help you interpret the data? Which digits tell you that Everest is taller than K-2?* When comparing large numbers with the same number of digits, which digits should you consider? Why is it useful to know the temperature of a region? *denotes a question that is currently in the Everyday Mathematics materials Grade 4, Page 15

16 Grade 4 Unit 6: Division; Map Reference Frames; Measures of Angles Activity Everyday Mathematics Goal for Mathematical Practice Lesson 6-1 Multiplication and Division Number Stories GMP 2.1 Represent problems and situations mathematically with numbers, words, pictures, page 401) symbols, gestures, tables, graphs, and concrete objects. GMP 1.4, GMP 1.5, GMP 2.2, GMP 4.2, GMP 4.1 Guiding Questions How can this diagram help you explain multiplication? How can diagrams help you organize information? Solving Division Number Stories pages 402 and 403) GMP 4.2 Use mathematical models such as graphs, drawings, tables, symbols, numbers, and diagrams to solve problems. GMP 1.5, GMP 1.6, GMP 2.1, GMP 2.2, GMP 3.1, GMP 4.1 How can the Multiplication/Division Diagrams help you solve number stories? How are a Multiplication/Division Diagram and a number sentence alike? Lesson 6-2 Strategies for Division pages 407 and 408) GMP 1.4 Solve your problem in more than one way. GMP 1.1, GMP 1.3, GMP 2.1, GMP 2.2, GMP 3.1, GMP 4.1, GMP 6.1, GMP 7.2 Which strategies might you use to solve other division number story problems? Why? Why is it helpful to share different strategies for solving problems? Using Multiples to Solve Division Number Stories pages ) GMP 7.2 Use patterns and structures to solve problems. GMP 1.1, GMP 1.2, GMP 5.3, GMP 6.2 How did multiples help you solve division problems? How do the lists of multiples help you estimate the quotient? Grade 4, Page 16

17 Lesson 6-3 The Partial-Quotients Division Algorithm, Part 1 Introducing the Partial- GMP 1.2 Make a plan for Quotients Algorithm solving your problem. Decide what you need to find out.* pages ) Using the Partial-Quotients Algorithms page 416) GMP 2.1, GMP 2.2, GMP 3.1, GMP 6.3, GMP 8.2, GMP 8.3 GMP 2.1 Represent problems and situations mathematically with numbers, words, pictures, symbols, gestures, tables, graphs, and concrete objects. GMP 1.6, GMP 2.2, GMP 4.1 Identify the data you need to solve the problem.* Decide what to do to find the answer.* How can it help you to have a plan for solving a problem? What does your summary number model represent? How is a summary number model like a number model with an unknown? How is it different? Lesson 6-4 Expressing and Interpreting Remainders GMP 2.2 Explain the meanings of the numbers, words, pictures, symbols, pages 420 and 421) gestures, tables, graphs, and concrete objects you and others use. What do the quotient 4 and remainder 1 represent?* Should the 1 be ignored?* Interpreting Remainders in Problem Contexts page 422) GMP 1.6, GMP 2.1, GMP 4.1, GMP 6.1 GMP 4.1 Apply mathematical ideas to real-world situations. GMP 1.5, GMP 1.6, GMP 2.2, GMP 6.1 Name a situation when you could ignore a remainder. Why do you need to consider remainders when sharing things in real life? Grade 4, Page 17

18 Lesson 6-5 Rotations and Angles Investigating Rotations and GMP 5.2 Use mathematical Degree Measures tools correctly and efficiently. How do the straws help you visualize an angle? pages ) Measuring Elapsed Time in Degrees page 428) GMP 1.6, GMP 6.1, GMP 6.3 GMP 1.6 Connect mathematical ideas and representations to one another. GMP 2.1, GMP 2.2, GMP 4.2, GMP 6.1, GMP 6.3 How can a tool help you determine an angle measure? How are your straw angles like hands on a clock? How does finding elapsed time on a clock help you find the degrees the minute hand has moved? Lesson 6-6 Using a Full-Circle Protractor page 432) GMP 7.1 Find, extend, analyze, and create patterns. GMP 2.2, GMP 6.1, GMP 8.2 What are common properties of angles? Why is it helpful to know the properties of angles? Using a Full-Circle Protractor pages 433 and 434) GMP 5.2 Use mathematical tools correctly and efficiently. GMP 3.1, GMP 5.3, GMP 6.1, GMP 8.2 How do you read angle measures on a full-circle protractor? What mistakes might someone make when using a full-circle protractor? Lesson 6-7 The Half-Circle Protractor Measuring Angles with a Half-Circle Protractor pages 439 and 440) GMP 5.3 Estimate and use what you know to check the answers you find using tools. GMP 1.1, GMP 1.5, GMP 5.2, GMP 6.1, GMP 6.2 How might you estimate whether an angle has a measure that is more than 90 or less than 90 (is acute or is obtuse)? How did your estimates compare with your actual measurements of the angles? Grade 4, Page 18

19 Drawing Angles with a Half- Circle Protractor page 440) GMP 5.2 Use mathematical tools correctly and efficiently. GMP 5.1, GMP 5.3, GMP 6.1 How did estimation help you determine if you used the protractor correctly? Lesson 6-8 Rectangular Coordinate Grids for Maps Using Ordered Pairs to Locate Points on a Map pages 444 and 445) GMP 8.2 Use properties, rules, and shortcuts to solve problems. GMP 1.5, GMP 2.1, GMP 2.2, GMP 8.1 Why is the order of the numbers in parentheses important? What rules do you need to follow when locating points on a coordinate grid using ordered pairs? Estimating Distances on a Map pages 445 and 446) GMP 1.4 Solve your problem in more than one way. GMP 1.5, GMP 5.1, GMP 5.3, GMP 6.2 Have students compare estimates and strategies.* Why are the estimates obtained by the last two methods probably less than the actual length?* Lesson 6-9 Global Coordinate Grid System Studying a World Globe pages 450 and 451) GMP 4.1 Apply mathematical ideas to real-world situations. GMP 1.6, GMP 2.2 Why are latitude lines called parallels? How might knowing what parallel lines are help you understand differences between latitude and longitude lines? Locating Places on Regional Maps pages 452 and 453) GMP 3.2 Work to make sense of others mathematical thinking. GMP 2.1, GMP 4.1, GMP 6.2, GMP 6.3 If a location did not fall exactly on the lines of latitude and longitude, how did you and your partner agree on an estimate? How can working with a partner help you solve problems? Grade 4, Page 19

20 Lesson 6-10 The Partial-Quotients Division Algorithm, Part 2 pages 456 and 457) GMP 4.2 Use mathematical models such as graphs, drawings, tables, symbols, numbers, and diagrams to solve problems. GMP 1.1, GMP 1.3, GMP 1.4, GMP 2.1, GMP 2.2 What are different ways to represent dividing 246 into equal groups of 12 using only math symbols? Why are there so many ways to represent problems? Introducing the Partial- Quotients Algorithm with 2- Digit Divisors pages 457 and 458) GMP 7.2 Use patterns and structures to solve problems. GMP 1.3, GMP 1.4, GMP 1.5, GMP 2.1, GMP 2.2, GMP 6.3 How might you use the Easy Multiples list to help you solve division problems? *denotes a question that is currently in the Everyday Mathematics materials Grade 4, Page 20

21 Grade 4 Unit 7: Fractions and Their Uses; Chance and Probability Activity Everyday Mathematics Goal for Mathematical Practice Lesson 7-1 Review of Basic Fraction Concepts GMP 4.1 Apply mathematical ideas to real-world situations. page 571) GMP 2.2, GMP 3.2, GMP 6.1 Guiding Questions List three ways that fractions are used outside of your math class.* When could you need 1/2 of something? 1/4 of something? Entering Fractions and Mixed Numbers on a Calculator page 573) GMP 5.2 Use mathematical tools correctly and efficiently. Why is it important to follow the appropriate steps when using a calculator? Lesson 7-2 Fractions of Sets Modeling Fraction-of Problems with Pennies pages 577 and 578) GMP 2.2 Explain the meanings of the numbers, words, pictures, symbols, gestures, tables, graphs, and concrete objects you and others use. GMP 4.2, GMP 6.1 What is the whole in fractions of sets? What does a fair share represent when determining fractions of sets? Solving Fraction-of Problems page 578) GMP 4.2 Use mathematical models such as graphs, drawings, tables, symbols, numbers, and diagrams to solve problems. GMP 2.2, GMP 4.1, GMP 6.3 How do you use pennies or counters to represent the whole in fraction-of problems? When might you need to find fractions of sets in real life? Grade 4, Page 21

22 Lesson 7-3 Probabilities When Outcomes Are Equally Likely Reviewing Words and Phrases Associated with Chance Events GMP 6.1 Communicate your mathematical thinking clearly and precisely. How likely do you think it is that the card I picked is a black card?* pages 582 and 583) Introducing a Formula for Finding the Probability of an Event When the Outcomes are Equally Likely pages 583 and 584) GMP 4.1 GMP 8.1 Use patterns and structures to create and explain rules and shortcuts. GMP 2.1, GMP 2.2, GMP 6.1 How likely do you think it is that the card I picked is a face card? a heart? a heart, diamond, or club?* How does probability language help you clearly explain the chances of an event? How do you use the total outcomes and favorable outcomes to find the probability? Why is it helpful to find the probability of an event? Lesson 7-4 Pattern-Block Fractions Solving Problems about Shape B page 589) GMP 2.2 Explain the meanings of the numbers, words, pictures, symbols, gestures, tables, graphs, and concrete objects you and others use. What represents the whole? Why do the fractions of pattern blocks change when the whole changes? Solving Problems about Shape C page 590) GMP 2.1, GMP 5.2, GMP 6.1 GMP 1.3 Try different approaches when your problem is hard. GMP 1.1, GMP 1.5, GMP 2.1, GMP 5.2, GMP 6.1 How did you determine the fraction of a hexagon if you cannot cover Shape C with hexagons? How can trying to solve difficult math problems help you learn? Grade 4, Page 22

23 Lesson 7-5 Fraction and Mixed-Number Addition and Subtraction Modeling Fraction and Mixed-Number Sums pages A) GMP 2.1 Represent problems and situations mathematically with numbers, words, pictures, symbols, gestures, tables, graphs, and concrete objects. GMP 2.2, GMP 5.2, GMP 6.3, GMP 7.1, GMP 7.2 How do you use pattern blocks to model adding and subtracting fractions? How do pattern blocks help you add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators? Solving Fraction and Mixed- Number Addition and Subtraction Problems page 596) GMP 1.4 Solve your problem in more than one way. GMP 1.3, GMP 1.6, GMP 2.1, GMP 5.2 Why is finding multiple solutions for sums of fractions helpful? Lesson 7-6 Many Names for Fractions Starting a Collection of GMP 5.2 Use mathematical Fraction Names tools correctly and efficiently. page 600) GMP 2.1, GMP 7.1 How can you use your Fraction Cards to find equivalent fractions? What other tools could help you find equivalent fractions? Continuing a Collection of Fraction Names page 600) GMP 7.1 Find, extend, analyze, and create patterns. GMP 2.1, GMP 5.2, GMP 7.2 What patterns do you see in your Equivalent Names for Fractions table? How could you use the pattern to find additional equivalent fractions? Lesson 7-7 Equivalent Fractions Developing a Rule for Finding Equivalent Fractions pages 604 and 605) GMP 8.1 Use patterns and structures to create and explain rules and shortcuts. GMP 2.1, GMP 6.1, GMP 7.1 How do the numerators and denominators of equivalent fractions change? How would you explain a rule for the relationship between equivalent fractions? Grade 4, Page 23

24 Generating Equivalent Fractions pages 605 and 606) GMP 8.2 Use properties, rules, and shortcuts to solve problems. GMP 2.1, GMP 6.3, GMP 7.1, GMP 8.1 How did you use the Equivalent Fractions Rule to find more equivalent fractions? How could you use the rule to check the equivalent fractions you found using your Fraction Cards? Lesson 7-8 Fractions and Decimals Renaming Fractions as Decimals with a Calculator page 612) GMP 1.6 Connect mathematical ideas and representations to one another. GMP 2.1, GMP 2.2, GMP 6.1 How could decimal representations help you find equivalent fractions? How are fractions and decimals related? Discussing Fractions and Division pages 612 and 613) GMP 4.2 Use mathematical models such as graphs, drawings, tables, symbols, numbers, and diagrams to solve problems. GMP 2.1, GMP 6.3 How could you use fraction models to solve division problems? Lesson 7-9 Comparing Fractions page 616) GMP 1.5 Check whether your solution makes sense. GMP 1.4, GMP 2.1, GMP 2.2, GMP 4.1, GMP 6.2, GMP 7.2 What tools could you use to check whether your answer makes sense? Why is it important to check whether answers make sense? Comparing Fractions with 2 1 page 618) GMP 7.1 Find, extend, analyze, and create patterns. GMP 1.6, GMP 2.1, GMP 5.2 What do you notice about all the fractions that are less than 1/2? What do you notice about the fractions that are greater than 1/2? Grade 4, Page 24

25 Lesson 7-10 The ONE for Fractions page 622) GMP 1.1 Work to make sense of your problem. GMP 1.5, GMP 1.6, GMP 2.1, GMP 2.2 What is a way to write the ONE as a fraction? Why is it important to understand what the ONE is in fraction problems? Using Counters to Find the ONE page 623) GMP 2.1 Represent problems and situations mathematically with numbers, words, pictures, symbols, gestures, tables, graphs, and concrete objects. GMP 1.1, GMP 1.2, GMP 1.3, GMP 1.4, GMP 1.5, GMP 2.1, GMP 4.1 How did using objects help you solve the problems? Lesson 7-11 Probability, Fractions, and Spinners Spinning a Spinner page 628) GMP 5.2 Use mathematical tools correctly and efficiently. GMP 6.2 How can you make sure you are using your spinner correctly? Why should you use tools correctly? Doing Spinner Experiments pages 628 and 629) GMP 8.3 Reflect on your thinking before, during, and after you solve a problem. GMP 3.1, GMP 5.2, GMP 6.1, GMP 6.3 Ask students to summarize their results.* Did the results meet your expectations? Why or why not? Lesson 7-12 A Cube-Drop Experiment page 633) GMP 8.3 Reflect on your thinking before, during, and after you solve a problem. GMP 6.1 How could you test your predicted outcomes? Why do we make predictions before doing experiments? Grade 4, Page 25

26 Predicting the Result of an Experiment pages 633 and 634) GMP 1.6 Connect mathematical ideas and representations to one another. GMP 2.2, GMP 6.2, GMP 8.3 How are dropping a cube onto a colored grid and spinning a spinner similar?* Lesson 7-12a Multiplying Fractions by Whole Numbers Using a Visual Fraction Model to Multiply a Unit Fraction by a Whole Number pages 637B and 637C) GMP 2.2 Explain the meanings of the numbers, words, pictures, symbols, gestures, tables, graphs, and concrete objects you and others use. GMP 1.6, GMP 2.1, GMP 6.1, GMP 7.1 Which number in the equation tells you the size of the jump?* Which number in the equation tells you the number of the jumps?* Using a Visual Fraction Model to Multiply Any Fraction by a Whole Number pages 637C and 637D) GMP 1.6 Connect mathematical ideas and representations to one another. GMP 1.5, GMP 2.1, GMP 2.2, GMP 3.1, GMP 7.1 How might the number lines help you write an equation? How is it helpful to use visual representations to solve problems? *denotes a question that is currently in the Everyday Mathematics materials Grade 4, Page 26

27 Grade 4 Unit 8: Perimeter and Area Activity Everyday Mathematics Goal for Mathematical Practice Lesson 8-1 Kitchen Layouts and Perimeter Analyzing Kitchen GMP 4.1 Apply mathematical Arrangements ideas to real-world situations. Guiding Questions What did you learn about your kitchen? pages 660 and 661) Sketching Work Triangles of Given Perimeters page 661) Lesson 8-2 Scale Drawings Making a Rough Floor Plan of the Classroom pages 665 and 666) Making the Scale Drawing pages 666 and 667) GMP 2.1, GMP 6.2 GMP 2.2 Explain the meanings of the numbers, words, pictures, symbols, gestures, tables, graphs, and concrete objects you and others use. GMP 1.4, GMP 1.5, GMP 2.1, GMP 4.1, GMP 6.1, GMP 8.3 GMP 2.1 Represent problems and situations mathematically with numbers, words, pictures, symbols, gestures, tables, graphs, and concrete objects. GMP 2.2, GMP 5.2, GMP 5.3, GMP 6.2, GMP 6.3 GMP 6.2 Use the level of precision you need for your problem. GMP 5.2, GMP 5.3, GMP 6.1, GMP 6.3 How might you use these recommendations to change your kitchen? What might the perimeter of a work triangle tell you about a kitchen? What do the work triangles represent? What information do you need to draw a rough floor plan?* How will the rough floor plan help you make a scale drawing? Why would you want a rough floor plan of a room?* When would someone need to make a more accurate scale drawing?* Grade 4, Page 27

28 Lesson 8-3 Area Estimating Areas of Polygons by Counting Squares page 672) GMP 6.1 Communicate your mathematical thinking clearly and precisely. GMP 3.1, GMP 4.2, GMP 6.2, GMP 6.3 What is the difference between centimeters and square centimeters? Why is it important to use the correct units when you explain problems? Estimating the Area of the Classroom Floor page 672) GMP 1.6 Connect mathematical ideas and representations to one another. GMP 1.4, GMP 1.5, GMP 4.1, GMP 4.2, GMP 6.2 Lesson 8-4 What Is the Area of My Skin? Estimating the Area of Your Skin pages 676 and 677) Sharing the Results of the Experiment pages 677 and 678) GMP 8.2 Use properties, rules, and shortcuts to solve problems. GMP 1.4, GMP 2.2, GMP 4.2, GMP 6.2 GMP 6.2 Use the level of precision you need for your problem. GMP 1.1, GMP 1.5, GMP 4.1, GMP 6.1, GMP 8.3 Lesson 8-5 Formula for the Area of a Rectangle Developing a Formula for the Area of a Rectangle pages 682 and 683) GMP 7.1 Find, extend, analyze, and create patterns. GMP 2.2, GMP 4.2, GMP 8.1 How can estimating the area of polygons by counting squares help you estimate the area of the classroom? Would you use the same strategy to estimate the area of polygons and the area of the classroom floor? Why or why not? What does the total area of your skin is 100 times the area of the outline of your hand mean? How did you use this rule of thumb to calculate the total area of your skin? What is the difference between a guess and an estimate? When might you make an estimate instead of a guess? What pattern(s) can you find between the length and the width of a rectangle and its area? Extend the pattern and give other examples of length, width, and area. Grade 4, Page 28

29 Using a Formula for the Area of a Rectangle pages 683 and 684) GMP 8.2 Use properties, rules, and shortcuts to solve problems. GMP 2.2, GMP 7.2 Lesson 8-6 Formula for the Area of a Parallelogram Developing a Formula for the Area of a Parallelogram pages 689 and 690) Solving Area Problems pages 690 and 691) GMP 1.6 Connect mathematical ideas and representations to one another. GMP 2.1, GMP 6.1, GMP 7.1, GMP 8.2, GMP 8.3 GMP 1.3 Try different approaches when your problem is hard. GMP 2.1, GMP 2.2, GMP 3.1, GMP 3.2, GMP 6.3, GMP 8.2 Lesson 8-7 Formula for the Area of a Triangle Exploring Triangle Properties pages 694 and 695) GMP 6.1 Communicate your mathematical thinking clearly and precisely. GMP 2.2, GMP 7.1, GMP 8.1 Which is more efficient: counting squares or using the formula to calculate area of a rectangle? Why? Why do we call some math rules shortcuts? How is a parallelogram like a rectangle? How is it different? How can two polygons that look different have the same area? Which area problem was the most challenging? Why? Can an equilateral triangle also be a right triangle? Explain.* Can an isosceles triangle also be a right triangle? Explain.* Developing a Formula for the Area of a Triangle pages 695 and 696) GMP 8.1 Use patterns and structures to create and explain rules and shortcuts. GMP 2.2, GMP 6.1, GMP 7.1, GMP 8.2 Discuss the relationship between the area of the triangle and the area of the parallelogram.* How do properties of triangles and rectangles help you explain the formula for the area of a triangle: A = 1/2 (b h)? Grade 4, Page 29

30 Lesson 8-8 Geographical Area Measurements page 700) GMP 3.2 Work to make sense of others mathematical thinking. GMP 4.1, GMP 5.2, GMP 6.2 Why is it hard to measure the areas of countries, oceans and deserts?* What information surprised you? Comparing Country Areas page 701) GMP 4.1 Apply mathematical ideas to real-world situations. GMP 2.2, GMP 4.2, GMP 5.2, GMP 5.3, GMP 6.2, GMP 7.2 How do you think the countries with larger areas are different than countries with smaller areas? How could they be alike? How might this information be useful? *denotes a question that is currently in the Everyday Mathematics materials. Grade 4, Page 30

31 Grade 4 Unit 9: Fractions, Decimals, and Percents Activity Everyday Mathematics Goal for Mathematical Practice Lesson 9-1 Fractions, Decimals, and Percents GMP 2.2 Explain the meanings of the numbers, words, pictures, symbols, gestures, pages 723 and 724) tables, graphs, and concrete objects you and others use. GMP 2.1, GMP 3.2, GMP 4.1, GMP 6.1 Guiding Questions What are different ways to explain percent situations? What does the 100% box represent? Finding Equivalent Names for Percents page 725) GMP 1.6 Connect mathematical ideas and representations to one another. GMP 1.1, GMP 2.1, GMP 2.2, GMP 4.1 How does the grid help you determine the fraction and decimal name? Why is it important to find many names for numbers? Lesson 9-2 Converting Easy Fractions to Decimals and Percents GMP 1.4 Solve your problem in more than one way. page 729) GMP 1.5, GMP 2.2, GMP 4.2, GMP 6.1, GMP 7.1 How might you use the decimal to figure out the number of problems each student missed? How might you use the fraction? The percent? The grid? How can using equivalent names help you to solve problems? Completing the Table of Equivalent Names for Fractions page 730) GMP 7.1 Find, extend, analyze, and create patterns. GMP 1.5, GMP 2.1, GMP 2.2, GMP 4.2 What patterns can you find in the equivalencies table? How could this pattern help you find more equivalent decimals? Percents? Fractions? Grade 4, Page 31

32 Lesson 9-3 Using a Calculator to Convert Fractions to Decimals GMP 8.1 Use patterns and structures to create and explain rules and shortcuts. page 735) GMP 2.1, GMP 5.2, GMP 6.1 What shortcut can you use to rename a fraction as a decimal? When might you use this shortcut? Using a Calculator to Rename Any Fraction as a Decimal page 736) GMP 7.1 Find, extend, analyze, and create patterns. GMP 5.2, GMP 6.2, GMP 8.1 What do fractions with short decimal names have in common?* Do you see any patterns in the longer decimal names?* Lesson 9-4 Using a Calculator to Rename Fractions as Percents GMP 8.1 Use patterns and structures to create and explain rules and shortcuts. page 740) GMP 2.1, GMP 5.2, GMP 6.1 What shortcut can you use to rename a fraction as a percent? How is this shortcut similar to renaming a fraction as a decimal? Solving Number Stories Involving Discounts page 741) GMP 4.1 Apply mathematical ideas to real-world situations. GMP 1.3, GMP 1.5, GMP 2.1, GMP 2.2, GMP 3.1, GMP 6.1, GMP 8.2 What do you need to know to calculate a sale price? When might you need to determine the sale price an item? Lesson 9-5 Conversions among Fractions, Decimals, and Percents Renaming Fractions as Percents pages 746 and 747) GMP 6.2 Use the level of precision you need for your problem. GMP 2.1, GMP 2.2, GMP 4.1, GMP 5.2, GMP 7.2 Why did you round the population to the nearest million? Why is it helpful to round the percent answers to the nearest whole-number percent? Completing the Equivalent Names for Fraction Table page 747) GMP 8.2 Use patterns and structures to solve problems. GMP 1.6, GMP 2.1, GMP 2.2, GMP 3.1, GMP 7.1, GMP 7.2 What shortcuts can you use when naming a decimal as a percent? When might this shortcut help you in real life? Grade 4, Page 32

33 Lesson 9-6 Comparing the Results of a Survey Tabulating Survey Results for the Whole Class page 752) GMP 2.2 Explain the meanings of the numbers, words, pictures, symbols, gestures, tables, graphs, and concrete objects you and others use. What does the total column represent? Why do we organize data in tables? Analyzing the Survey Results pages 752 and 753) GMP 2.1, GMP 4.1, GMP 6.1 GMP 4.2 Use mathematical models such as graphs, drawings, tables, symbols, numbers, and diagrams to solve problems. GMP 2.2, GMP 4.1, GMP 6.1, GMP 6.2, GMP 7.1 How did you use the data table to decide what people are more likely to prefer? Why are the percents more useful when figuring out people s preferences? Lesson 9-7 Comparing Population Data pages 757 and 758) GMP 4.1 Apply mathematical ideas to real-world situations. GMP 2.2, GMP 3.2 How might countries with larger urban populations be different from countries with larger rural populations? Who might use this type of data in real life? Tallying Predictions page 758) GMP 1.1 Work to make sense of your problem. GMP 2.1, GMP 2.2, GMP 4.1 What are you trying to figure out? How can you explain it in your own words? What information from the data chart might you need to answer this question? Lesson 9-8 Multiplication of Decimals Estimating Products of Decimals pages ) GMP 6.2 Use the level of precision you need for your problem. GMP 1.4, GMP 1.5, GMP 7.2 How might you use the number model to estimate where the decimal point belongs? What do you need to know about place value to estimate products of decimals? Grade 4, Page 33

34 Multiplying Decimals page 765) GMP 5.3 Estimate and use what you know to check the answers you find using tools. GMP 1.5, GMP 6.2, GMP 7.2 What strategies can you use for estimating the product? Why is it important to estimate before solving a problem? Lesson 9-9 Division of Decimals page 769) GMP 4.1 Apply mathematical ideas to real-world situations. GMP 2.2, GMP 3.2 Think of a number story that could be solved by dividing 4.2 by 7.* Which of these problems could you imagine solving in real life? Estimating Quotients of Decimals pages 770 and 771) GMP 6.2 Use the level of precision you need for your problem. GMP 1.5, GMP 6.1, GMP 2.2, GMP 6.3, GMP 7.2 How are you using estimation to accurately place the decimal point? How is this similar to placing the decimal point when multiplying decimals? *denotes a question that is currently in the Everyday Mathematics materials. Grade 4, Page 34

35 Grade 4 Unit 10: Reflections and Symmetry Activity Everyday Mathematics Goal for Mathematical Practice Lesson 10-1 Explorations with a Transparent Mirror Using a Transparent Mirror to Move Shapes pages 795 and 796) GMP 6.1 Communicate your mathematical thinking clearly and precisely. GMP 2.2, GMP 5.2 Guiding Questions Why is the image you drew first called the preimage? How might you use the transparent mirror to describe congruent figures? Using the Transparent Mirror to Draw Images of Shapes page 796) GMP 5.2 Use mathematical tools correctly and efficiently. GMP 6.2 How did you use your mirror to move the hat, nose and mouth? How do you use a transparent mirror correctly? Lesson 10-2 Finding Lines of Reflection Playing Games that Involve Reflections pages 800 and 801) GMP 6.2 Use the level of precision you need for your problem. GMP 3.1, GMP 4.1, GMP 5.2 Where should you place the mirror to move the darts onto the target or balls into the pocket? How can using tools correctly help you be more precise? Introducing the Concept of Reflection pages 801 and 802) GMP 3.1 Explain both what to do and why it works. GMP 5.2, GMP 6.2 How do you use your transparent mirror to find the line of reflection? Why do you need to find the line of reflection to play these games? Grade 4, Page 35

36 Lesson 10-3 Properties of Reflections Examining Relationships GMP 8.1 Use patterns and between an Object and Its structures to create and Reflected Image explain rules and shortcuts. pages 806 and 807) GMP 2.2, GMP 3.1, GMP 3.2, GMP 5.2, GMP 6.1 What did you find out about the distances [between the line of reflection and the points on the preimage and reflected image]?* How could you describe a rule that explains the distances between the images and the line of reflection? Folding Paper to Observe Reflected Images page 807) GMP 6.1 Communicate your mathematical thinking clearly and precisely. GMP 2.2, GMP 6.2, GMP 7.1 How do you know if the preimage and image are congruent?* What are different ways of showing that the preimage and image are congruent? Lesson 10-4 Line Symmetry page 811) GMP 4.1 Apply mathematical ideas to realworld situations. GMP 2.2, GMP 6.1 What is symmetry? Be ready to name an object in the classroom that has line symmetry.* How might identifying an object with line symmetry in your classroom help you explain what it means? Completing Symmetric Pictures page 811) GMP 2.2 Explain the meanings of the numbers, words, pictures, symbols, gestures, tables, graphs, and concrete objects you and others use. GMP 5.2, GMP 6.1 What is a line of symmetry? How is it different from a line of reflection? Grade 4, Page 36

37 Lesson 10-5 Frieze Patterns page 817) Drawing Frieze Patterns page 818) GMP 7.1 Find, extend, analyze, and create patterns. GMP 4.1, GMP 8.1 GMP 3.1 Explain both what to do and why it works. GMP 2.2, GMP 6.1, GMP 7.1, GMP 7.2 Ask students to describe what they notice about each of the frieze patterns on Student Reference Book, page 108.* How could you use the patterns to continue each frieze? Explain how you created your pattern in Problem 2.* How can drawing your own pattern help you understand rigid motion? Lesson 10-6 Positive and Negative Numbers pages 823 and 824) GMP 2.2 Explain the meanings of the numbers, words, pictures, symbols, gestures, tables, graphs, and concrete objects you and others use. What does the negative sign tell you about a number? Why do you need to explain what math symbols mean? Playing the Credits/Debits Game page 825) GMP 2.1, GMP 5.2, GMP 6.1 GMP 4.1 Apply mathematical ideas to realworld situations. GMP 2.1, GMP 2.2, GMP 7.2 When accountants say the company is in the red, what do you think they mean? When might someone do the same operations in this game in real life? *denotes a question that is currently in the Everyday Mathematics materials. Grade 4, Page 37

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