Math u see Delta Class Description



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Math U See Delta
Class Description:

In this 4th grade math class, the student will use Math U See Delta. Math U See is a curriculum that uses manipulatives to illustrate and teach math concepts. Student work toward building understanding by using a multi-sensory, mastery-based approach. Division is presented as the inverse of multiplication. In MUS Delta, "Single-digit division facts are learned and the concepts of division and place value are applied when solving long division problems." (www.mathusee.com)


Learning Materials: Main Curriculum:

Math U See Delta Instruction Pack

Math U See Delta Student Kit

Math U See Manipulative Block Set


Supplemental:
Learning Goals/Performance Objectives: 3.1.B Round whole numbers through 10,000 to the nearest ten, hundred, and thousand.

4.1.B Identify factors and multiples of a number.

4.2.F Write a fraction equivalent to a given fraction.

4.3.D Determine the areas of figures that can be broken down into rectangles.

5.1.A Represent multi-digit division using place value models and connect the representation to the related equation.

5.1.B Determine quotients for multiples of 10 and 100 by applying knowledge of place value and properties of operations.

5.1.E Mentally divide two-digit numbers by one-digit divisors and explain the strategies used.
Learning Activities: The student will complete 3-4 lessons (units) per month, per the timeline below. Each lesson consists of video instruction, 3 practice worksheets on new material, 3 systematic review worksheets, an activity page (optional), and a test. There is a unit test after every 7 lessons and a final test at the end.

Math U See Delta Table of Contents/Timeline of lessons

SEPTEMBER

LESSON 1 Rectangles, Factors and Product

4.1.B Identify factors and multiples of a number.

LESSON 2 Division by 1 and 2, Symbols for Division

LESSON 3 Division by 10, Third Symbol for Division

5.1.B Determine quotients for multiples of 10 and 100 by applying knowledge of place value and properties of operations.


OCTBER

LESSON 4 Division by 5 and 3

LESSON 5 Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

LESSON 6 Division by 9

4.5.H Analyze and evaluate whether a solution is reasonable, is mathematically correct, and answers the question.
NOVEMBER

LESSON 7 Finding the Area of a Parallelogram

4.3.D Determine the areas of figures that can be broken down into rectangles.

LESSON 8 Division by 6

LESSON 9 Finding the Area of a Triangle
DECEMBER

LESSON 10 Division by 4

LESSON 11 Finding the Average

LESSON 12 Division by 7 and 8

4.5.H Analyze and evaluate whether a solution is reasonable, is mathematically correct, and answers the question.
JANUARY

LESSON 13 Finding the Area of a Trapezoid

4.3.D Determine the areas of figures that can be broken down into rectangles.

LESSON 14 Thousands, Millions, and Place-Value Notation

LESSON 15 Billions, Trillions, and Expanded Notation

LESSON 16 Division by a Single Digit with Remainder


FEBRUARY

LESSON 17 Upside-Down Multiplication

LESSON 18 Division with Double-Digit Factors

5.1.E Mentally divide two-digit numbers by one-digit divisors and explain the strategies used.

LESSON 19 Division, Three Digit by One Digit
MARCH

LESSON 20 Division, Three Digit by One Digit (cont.)

LESSON 21 Rounding to 10, 100, 1,000, and Estimation

3.1.B Round whole numbers through 10,000 to the nearest ten, hundred, and thousand.

LESSON 22 Division, Three Digit by Two Digit

LESSON 23 Division, Four Digit by One Digit


APRIL

LESSON 24 Division, Four Digit by Two Digit

LESSON 25 Division, Multiple Digit by Multiple Digit

5.1.E Mentally divide two-digit numbers by one-digit divisors and explain the strategies used.


LESSON 26 Volume
MAY

LESSON 27 Fraction of a Number

LESSON 28 Roman Numerals: I, V, X, L, and C

LESSON 29 Fraction of One

4.2.F Write a fraction equivalent to a given fraction.
JUNE

LESSON 30 Roman Numerals: D, M, Multiples of 1,000


Progress Criteria/Methods of Evaluation: For successful completion of this course, the student will complete at least 70% of the lessons/goals, at a minimum of 70% accuracy.
September Complete Lessons 1 – 3 Delta

October Complete Lessons 4-6 Delta

November Complete Lessons 7-9 Delta

December Complete Lessons 10-12 Delta

January Complete Lessons 13-16 Delta

February Complete Lessons 17-19 Delta

March Complete Lessons 20-23 Delta

April Complete Lessons 24-26 Delta



May Complete Lessons 27-29 Delta

June Complete Lesson 30 and Review

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