# Mr. Racht's Math Class

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683-4633 Howard School  8:20 - 8:35  or 3:45 - 4:00

Joe.Racht@nilesschools.org  anytime

Everyday Mathematics is our math curriculum. Below you will find a chart that lists the various topics, which our students will be exploring throughout the school year.
 Everyday Mathematics Learning Goals--Units 1-12 Learning Goal By Unit Unit Secure Draw arrays to model multiplication 1 Know basic multiplication facts 1 Identify even and odd numbers 1 List the factors of a number 1 Find the sum and difference of multidigit whole numbers and decimals 2 Identify the maximum, minimum, mode and mean for a data set 2 Identify place value in numbers to billions 3 Know properties of polygons 3 Define and create tessellations 3 Know place value to hundredths 4 Find and use data landmarks 6 Convert among fractions, decimals and percents 8 Convert between fractions and mixed or whole numbers 8 Find common denominators 8 Understand the concept of area of a figure 9 Use a formula to find the area of rectangles 9 Use formulas to find the areas of polygons and circles 11 Know the properties of geometric solids 11 Find and identify factors of numbers 12 Find the prime factorizations of numbers 12 Developing/Secure Use a divisibility test to determine if a number is divisible by another number 1 Identify prime and composite numbers 1 Understand how square numbers and their square roots are related 1 Make magnitude estimates 2 Find the product of multidigit whole numbers ands decimals 2 Know place value to billions 2 Estimate the measure of an angle 3 Measure an angle to within 2º 3 Identify types of angles 3 Identify types of triangles 3 Convert between fractions and mixed numbers 5 Find equivalent fractions 5 Convert among fractions, decimals, and percents 6 Understand and apply exponential notation 7 Identify number sentences; tell whether a number sentence is true or false 7 Understand and apply the use of parentheses in number sentences 7 Order and compare positive and negative numbers 7 Use an algorithm to add mixed numbers 8 Order and compare fractions 8 Plot ordered pairs on a one-quadrant coordinate grid 9 Identify the base and height of triangles and parallelograms 9 Use a formula to find the area of triangles and parallelograms 9 Solve one-step pan-balance problems 10 Interpret mystery line plots ands graphs 10 Use formulas to find the volume of prisms and cylinders 11 Solve ratio and rate number stories 12 Learning Goal By Assessment Rubric Indicators Unit Developing Round numbers to designated places 2 Determine angle measures based on relationships between angles 3 Find the quotient and remainder of a whole number divided by a 1-digit whole number 4 Find the quotient and remainder of a whole number divided by a 2-digit whole number 4 Make magnitude estimates for quotients of whole and decimal numbers divided by whole numbers 4 Interpret the remainder in division number stories 4 Determine the value of a variable; use this value to complete a number sentence 4 Order and compare fractions 5 Convert between fractions and percents 5 Draw a circle graph for a set of data 5 Measure pieces of a circle graph; interpret a circle graph 5 Add and subtract fractions with common denominators 6 Add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators 6 Understand how sample size affects results 6 Find a common denominator 6 Understand and apply powers of 10 7 Understand and apply order of operations to evaluate expressions and sole number sentences 7 Add and subtract positive and negative numbers 7 Use an algorithm to multiply fractions 8 Use an algorithm to subtract mixed numbers with like denominators 8 Find a percent of a number 8 Plot ordered pairs on a four-quadrant coordinate grid 9 Understand the concept of volume of a figure 9 Use a formula to find the volume of prisms 9 Write algebraic expressions to describe situations 10 Represent rate problems as formulas, graphs, and tables 10 Use formulas to find circumference and area of a circle 10 Distinguish between circumference and area of circle problems 10 Find the greatest common factor of two numbers 12 Find the least common multiple of two numbers 12 Beginning/Developing Rename numbers written in exponential notation 1 Add fractions with like denominators 5 Construct stem-and-leaf plots 6 Read and interpret stem-and-leaf plots 6 Understand and apply scientific notation 7 Use the Multiplication Counting Principle to find the total number of possible outcomes of a sequence of choices 12 Beginning Find the prime factorization of numbers 1 Write and solve open sentences for number stories 2 Divide decimal numbers by whole numbers with no remainders 4 Write and solve number sentences with variables for division number stories 4 Use an algorithm to multiply mixed numbers 8 Solve two-step pan-balance problems 10 Understand the relationship between the volume of pyramids and prisms, and the volume of cones and cylinders 11 Find the surface area of prisms 11 Understand how to find the surface area of cylinders 11 Understand the concept of capacity and how to calculate it 11 Use tree diagrams to find all possible ways a sequence of choices can be made 12 Compute the probability of outcomes when choices are equally likely 12