 # Suggested Curriculum Guide for Grade 4 Math

Milwaukee Public Schools Summer Suggested Curriculum Guide for Math Expressions, Gr. 4

 Time Lesson/Activity MPS Learning Targets Wisconsin State Framework Assessment Descriptors District Model CABS Suggested vocabulary 1 to 2 days Unit 5- Lesson 1 (pp. 713-721)- Understand Fractions- Activity 1, 2, 3 and 4Differentiated Instruction – p. 721- Intervention- Fold and Guess On-Level- Build a Fraction Unit 5- Lesson 3 (pp. 729-737)- Compare Fractions- Activity 1, 2, 3Differentiated Instruction- p. 737- Intervention- Size Matters On-Level- In a Row Challenge- Order Three or More Unit 5- Lesson 5(pp.745-749)- Add and Subtract Fractions With Like Denominators . Activities 1 and 2 Differentiated Instruction-p. 749 Intervention- Check the Parts On Level- Fraction Cards Challenge- Fraction Partners Unit 5- Lesson 8 (pp. 769-771)- Practice With Fractions- Activity 1Differentiated Instruction- p. 771 Intervention- Practicing Comparing On-Level- Add and Compare Challenge- Make Large Fractions Unit 5- Lesson 9 (pp. 773-781)- Simplify Fractions- Activity 1, 2, and 3Differentiated Instruction- p. 781 Intervention- Make a Match On- Level- Equal Matches Unit 5 Lesson 11 (pp. 793-797)- Compare and Subtract Fractions With Unlike Denominators- Activity 1 and 2 Differentiated Instruction- p. 797 Intervention- Model Sums On-Level- Compare Fractions Number Operations and Relationships Learning Target #2 Represent commonly used fractions (e.g. pictures, number lines ) and decimals (i.e. money) and use informal reasoning to rename, compare, add, and subtract them with and without context Number Operations and RelationshipsB.a Concept B.a.6 Read, write and identify equivalent fractions (1/4s, 1/2s, 1/8s, 1/10s, 1/16s) B.a.7 Represent fractions (1/4s, 1/2s, 1/8s, 1/10s, 1/16s) using numbers, pictures (e.g. drawings or base ten blocks) and number lines Mathematical Processes A.2 Communicate mathematical ideas and reasoning using the vocabulary of mathematics in a variety of ways, e.g., using words, numbers, symbols, pictures, charts, tables, diagrams, graphs , and models. Number Operations and Relationships 8, 9, and 14 Equivalent Fractions Improper Fractions Mixed Numbers Numerator Denominator Simplify

 Time Lesson/Activity MPS Learning Targets Wisconsin State Framework Assessment Descriptors District Model CABS Suggested vocabulary 1 to 2 days1 day1-2 days Mini Unit D- Lesson 4- (pp. 695-701)- The Passing of Time Activity 1, 2 and 3Differentiated Instruction p. 701 Intervention-What Time Is It? On Level- As Time Goes By Challenge- Enough Time? Mini-Unit F Lesson 5 (Pgs. 973-977) – Time and Temperature Activity 1Differentiated Instruction p.977 On-Level- Time Passing Mini-Unit F Extending the Assessment (p.988) Unit Objective F.5 Mini-Unit A Lesson 4 (pg. 197-203) Perimeter and Area of Rectangles Activity 1, 2, and 3Differentiated Instruction p.203 Intervention- Make a Rectangle On Level- Find Perimeter and Area Challenge- Investigate Area Mini-Unit A Lesson 5 (pgs. 205-211) Perimeter and Area of Parallelograms Activity 1, 2Differentiated Instruction P. 211 Challenge- Estimate Area Mini-Unit A Lesson 6 (pgs. 213-219) Perimeter and Area of Complex Figures Activity 1, 2, 3Differentiated Instruction p. 219 Intervention- Draw a Picture On Level- The Smallest Perimeter Challenge- Estimate Area Mini-Unit B Lesson 4 (pg. 421-427) Perimeter and Area of Triangles Activity 1, 2, and 3Mini-Unit C Lesson 2 (pgs. 571-577) Measure Area Activity 1, 2, 3 Differentiated Instruction (p.577) On Level- Estimate Area in Square Centimeters Measurement Learning Target #6 Identify and compare measurable attributes, estimate and measure, and make conversions (e.g. area, perimeter, temperature) in both customary and metric systems, and solve problems with elapsed time. Measurement D.b Direct Measurement D.b.7 Determine and compare elapsed time in problem- solving situations D.c.9 Determine perimeter and area of regular shapes and the area of plane rectangular shapes Mathematical Processes A.2 Communicate mathematical ideas and reasoning using the vocabulary of mathematics in a variety of ways, e.g., using words, numbers, symbols, pictures, charts, tables, diagrams, graphs, and models. Measurement 4, 5, and 11 Elapsed Time Perimeter Area Metric System

 Time Lesson/Activity MPS Learning Targets Wisconsin State Framework Assessment Descriptors District Model CABS Suggested vocabulary 1-2 days2- 3 days Unit 5 Lesson 12 (pgs. 799-805) Discover Probability Activity 1, 2, 3Differentiated Instruction (pg. 805) Intervention- Ordering Events On Level- Roll It Challenge- Rolling Doubles Unit 5 Lesson 13 (pgs. 807-810) Probability Day (Choose from 8 activities and 2 projects) Statistics and Probability Learning Target #8 Describe, predict , and test outcomes of simple events and determine the likelihood and fairness of events. Statistics and Probability E.b Probability E.b.7 Determine if future events are more, less, equally likely, impossible, or certain to occur. Mathematical Processes A.2 Communicate mathematical ideas and reasoning using the vocabulary of mathematics in a variety of ways, e.g., using words, numbers, symbols, pictures, charts, tables, diagrams, graphs, and models. District CABSStatistics and Probability 4, 5 and 6 Event likelihood Equally likely Impossible Certain Probable
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