1st Nine Weeks Pacing Guide

1.a. Compare and order integers, decimals to the nearest thousandths, like and unlike fractions, and mixed numbers using >, <, and =. (DOK 1)
1.b. Compose and decompose seven-digit numbers and decimals through thousandths in word, standard, and expanded forms. (DOK 1)
1.f. Add, subtract, multiply, and divide (with and without remainders) using non-negative rational numbers. (DOK 1)
1.g. Estimate sums, differences, products, and quotients of non-negative rational numbers to include strategies such as front-end rounding, benchmark numbers, compatible numbers, and rounding. (DOK 2)
2.a. Determine the value of variables in equations and inequalities, justifying the process. (DOK 2)
2.b. Devise a rule for an input/output function table, describing it in words and symbols. (DOK 2)
2.c.1. Apply the properties of basic operations to solve problems: (DOK 2)• Zero property of multiplication
2.c.2. Apply the properties of basic operations to solve problems: (DOK 2)• Commutative properties of addition and multiplication
2.c.3. Apply the properties of basic operations to solve problems: (DOK 2)• Associative properties of addition and multiplication
2.c.4. Apply the properties of basic operations to solve problems: (DOK 2)• Distributive properties of multiplication over addition and subtraction 
2.c.5. Apply the properties of basic operations to solve problems: (DOK 2)• Identity properties of addition and multiplication
2.d. Apply inverse operations of addition/subtraction and multiplication/division to problem-solving situations. (DOK 2)