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`Mississippi Grade 5First Grading Period5th Grade - GRADING PERIOD 1 ­ PACING GUIDEUnit 1: NUMBER OPERATIONSLesson SBIL-1 Lesson Name FWO Objective Compose and decompose seven digit numbers and decimals through thousandths in word, standard, and expanded forms. (DOK 1) Compare and order integers, decimals to the nearest tenthousandths, like and unlike fractions, and mixed numbers using &lt;, &gt;, and =. (DOK 1) Add subtract, multiply, and divide (with and without remainders) using nonnegative rational numbers. (Note: Not including fractions) (DOK 1) Identify factors and multiples of whole numbers. (DOK 1) Model and distinguish between prime and composite numbers. (DOK 1) Compare and order integers decimals to the nearest tenthousandths, like and unlike fractions, and mixed numbers using &lt;, &gt;, and =. (DOK 1) Time 5 days Page #Reading and NO. 1b Writing Whole Numbers and Decimals Comparing NO. 1a and Ordering Whole Numbers and Decimal Whole Number and Decimal Operations NO. 1fSBIL-24 daysSBIL-39 daysSBIL-4 SBIL-5Factors and Multiples Prime and Composite NumbersNO. 1c NO. 1d4 days 2 daysSBIL-6Comparing NO. 1a and Ordering Fractions6 days© 2007, JBHM Education Group, LLCiMississippi Grade 5First Grading PeriodUnit 1: NUMBER OPERATIONS (Continued)Lesson SBIL ­ 7 Lesson Name Operations with Fractions FWO NO. 1f Objective Add subtract, multiply, and divide (with and without remainders) using nonnegative rational numbers. (Note: Focusing on fractions) (DOK 1) Time 5 days Page #© 2007, JBHM Education Group, LLCiiMississippi Grade 5First Grading Period5th Grade - GRADING PERIOD 2 ­ PACING GUIDEUnit 1: NUMBER OPERATIONS Unit 2: ALGEBRALesson SBIL-1 Lesson Name Estimating FWO NO. 1g Objective Time Page #Estimate sums, differences, 5 days products, and quotients of nonnegative rational numbers to include strategies such as front-end rounding, benchmark numbers, compatible numbers, and rounding. (DOK 2) Model and identify equivalent 6 days fractions including conversion of improper fractions to mixed numbers and vice versa. (DOK 1) Compare and order integers, 4 days decimals to the nearest thousandths, like and unlike fractions, and mixed number using &gt;, &lt;, and =. (DOK 1) Devise a rule for an input/output function table, describing it in words and symbols. (DOK 2) Apply the properties of basic operations to solve problems: · Zero property of multiplication · Commutative properties of addition and multiplication · Associative properties of addition and multiplication · Distributive properties of multiplication over addition and subtraction 3 daysSBIL-2Equivalent FractionsNO. 1eSBIL-3Comparing NO. 1a and Ordering IntegersSBIL-4Function TablesAL. 2bSBIL-5Properties of OperationsAL. 2c5 days© 2007, JBHM Education Group, LLCiiiMississippi Grade 5First Grading Period·Identity properties of addition and multiplication (DOK 2) 10 daysSBIL-6Solving Equations and InequalitiesAL. 2aDetermine the value of variables in equations and inequalities, justifying the process. (DOK 2) Apply inverse operations of addition/subtraction and multiplication/division to problem-solving situations. (DOK 2)AL. 2d© 2007, JBHM Education Group, LLCivMississippi Grade 5First Grading Period5th Grade - GRADING PERIOD 3 ­ PACING GUIDEUnit 1: MEASUREMENT Unit 2: GEOMETRYLesson SBIL-1 Lesson Name FWO Objective Time Page #Selecting and M. 4d Applying Units of Measure Estimating and Measuring M. 4aSelect and apply appropriate 5 days units for measuring length, mass, volume, and temperature in the standard (English and metric) systems. (DOK 1) Estimate and measure length to nearest millimeter in the metric system and onesixteenth inch in the English system. (DOK 2) Convert units within a given measurement system to include length, weight/mass, and volume. (DOK 1) Develop, compare, and use formulas to estimate and calculate the perimeter and area of rectangles, triangles, and parallelograms. (DOK 2) Analyze and describe the characteristics of symmetry relative to classes of polygons (parallelograms, triangles, etc.). (DOK 2) Construct and analyze twoand three- dimensional shapes to solve problems involving congruence and symmetry. (DOK 3) 2 daysSBIL-2SBIL-3Converting M. 4b Units of Measurement Perimeter and Area M. 4c8 daysSBIL-48 daysSBIL-5SymmetryG. 3a5 daysSBIL-6Two- and ThreeDimensional ShapesG. 3d5 days© 2007, JBHM Education Group, LLCvMississippi Grade 5First Grading Period5th Grade - GRADING PERIOD 4 ­ PACING GUIDEUnit 1: GEOMETRY Unit 2: DATA ANALYSIS AND PROBABILITYLesson SBIL-1 Lesson Name FWO Objective Time Page #Transformations G. 3cDescribe the characteristics, 3 days including the relationship of the pre-image and the image, of each type of transformation (rotations [turns], reflections [flips], and translations [slides] of two-dimensional figures. (DOK 2) Explain the relationships between coordinates in each quadrant of the coordinate plane. (DOK 2) Label ordered pairs in the coordinate plane. (DOK 1) 2 daysSBIK-2Coordinate PlaneG. 3bSBIL-3Ordered PairsG. 3e2 daysSBIL-4Mean, Median, Mode, and Range Interpreting Tables and GraphsDAP. 5a Use the mean, median, mode, 5 days and range to analyze a data set. (DOK 2) DAP. 5b Compare data and interpret quantities represented on tables and graphs, including line graphs, stem-and-leaf plots, histograms, and boxand-whisker plots to make predictions, and solve problems based on the information. (DOK 2) Applying and integrating concepts learned this year 7 daysSBIL-5SBIL-6Putting it to Work10 days© 2007, JBHM Education Group, LLCvi`

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