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Common Core Curriculum Mapping Content Area or grade level: Math-Grade 3 Date 2017
Unit One Operations and Algebraic Thinking 3.OA
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Standards for Mathematical Practice:
1. Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them.
2. Reason Abstractly and quantitatively.
3. Construct viable Arguments and critique the reasoning of others.
4. Model With Mathematics.
5. Use Appropriate Tools strategically.
6. Attend To Precision.
7. Look for and make use of structure.
8. Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning.
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Vocabulary: Increase, Decrease, Skip Counting, Expanded Form, Standard Form, Place Value,Ones, Tens,Hundreds, Thousands, Whole Number, Value, Digit, Sum, Difference, Regroup, Commutative property, Associative property, Identity property, Addend, Estimate, Rounding, Perimeter, Centimeters (cm), Yard, (yds), Lengths, Multiplication, Polygons, Width
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Learning Outcome:
Interpret products of whole numbers

Interpret whole-number quotients of whole numbers

Use Multiplication and division within 100 to solve word problems in situation involving equal groups, arrays, and measurement quantities.

Determine the unknown whole number in a multiplication or division equation relating three whole number.

Apply properties of operations as strategies to multiply and divide.

Understand division as an unknown-factor problem.

Fluently multiply and divide within 100, using strategies such as the relationship between multiplication and division.

Solve two-step word problems using the four operation. Use these equations with a letter standing for the unknown quantity.

Identify arithmetic patterns and explain them using properties of operations.

Target Goals:
The student can represent and solve problems involving multiplication and division.
The student can understand properties of multiplication and the relationship between multiplication and division.
The student can multiply and divide within 100.
The student can solve problems involving the four operations, and identify and explain patterns in arithmetic.
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Key Concepts:
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Time FrameCommon Core Concepts & SkillsTeaching Points/Essential QuestionsPractice LessonsAssessment
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Chapter 6, Oct 27, 14 days, Chapter 8 Dec 1, 9 days
3.OA.1Interpret products of whole numbers, e.g., interpret 5 × 7 as the total number of objects in 5 groups of 7 objects each.BI-Addition and subtraction are related.
BI-Logical patterns exist in mathematics and can be named, extended and generalized with words and symbols.
BI-Number concepts are tied to the world around us.
BI-Perimeter is the length around a region.
BI-Perimeter is related to addition.
EQ-How are addition/ subtraction related?
EQ-What strategies can I use?
EQ-What is a pattern? What’s the rule?
EQ-What do the patterns show us?
EQ-How can I represent this problem?
EQ-How is perimeter and addiction related?
EQ-What are the lengths of the sides?
EQ-How is perimeter related to length?
Teaching Point Examples
-Mathematicians explore place value by rearranging numbers into thousands, hundreds, tens and ones.
Mathematicians solve story problems by
-drawing pictures-using manipulatives
-making a chart/table
-Mathematicians understand perimeter by measuring the outside of an object.
-Mathematicians study perimeter by finding all the rectangles you can make given a certain perimeter.
How are multiplication and
division related?
How do we use multiplication and
division to solve problems?
What are the properties of
multiplication?
What strategies can we use to memorize facts?
SE/TE 3A: 132–137, 151–157, 158–162, 163–167 Workbook 3A: 157, 157A, 162, 162A, 167A Quick check Student book 3A p 4, Pre-Test Assessments 3 pp 1-2, Guided learning Student Book 3A, pp 5,7,8,9, 14-15, 18,21,23,24,25,28, Common Error Teacher's Edition 3A pp. 11,19,29, Best Practices Student Book 3A pp.6,7,13,21 Chapter Review/Test Student Book 3A,pp 34-35, Chapter Test 1Prep Assessment 3 pp.3-5 Quick check Student book 3A p 136-137, Pre-Test Assessments 3 pp 41-42, Guided learning Student Book 3A, pp 139,141,143-144,144-145, 147-148, 152,155,159,161, 164,165, 169, 171-172, 173, 177, 179 Common Error Teacher's Edition 3A pp. 150,157,162, 167,175,177,180, Best Practices Student Book 3A pp.138,151,158,164,168, 176, 178 Chapter Review/Test Student Book 3A,pp 184-186, Chapter Test Prep Assessment 3 pp.43-46
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Chapter 6, Oct 27, 14 days, Chapter 8 Dec 1, 9 days3.OA.2. Interpret whole-number quotients of whole numbers, e.g., interpret 56 ÷ 8 as the number of objects in each share when 56 objects are partitioned equally into 8 shares, or as a number of shares when 56 objects are partitioned into equal shares of 8 objects each. For Example, describe a context in which a number of shares or a number of groups can be expressed as 56 ÷ 8.Same as aboveSE/TE 3A: 132–137, 176–177, 178–180, 214–215 Workbook 3A: 177A, 180A Quick check Student book 3A p 136-137, Pre-Test Assessments 3 pp 41-42, Guided learning Student Book 3A, pp 139,141,143-144,144-145, 147-148, 152,155,159,161, 164,165, 169, 171-172, 173, 177, 179 Common Error Teacher's Edition 3A pp. 150,157,162, 167,175,177,180, Best Practices Student Book 3A pp.138,151,158,164,168, 176, 178 Chapter 6 Review/Test Student Book 3A,pp 184-186, Chapter Test Prep Assessment 3 pp.43-46Quick check Student book 3A p 136-137, Pre-Test Assessments 3 pp 41-42, Guided learning Student Book 3A, pp 139,141,143-144,144-145, 147-148, 152,155,159,161, 164,165, 169, 171-172, 173, 177, 179 Common Error Teacher's Edition 3A pp. 150,157,162, 167,175,177,180, Best Practices Student Book 3A pp.138,151,158,164,168, 176, 178 Chapter Review/Test Student Book 3A,pp 184-186, Chapter Test Prep Assessment 3 pp.43-46 Quick check Student book 3A p 215, Pre-Test Assessments 3 pp 53-54, Guided learning Student Book 3A, pp 216,217,221,223,226,229,232,233 Common Error Teacher's Edition 3A pp. 218,223,226,230,234 Best Practices Student Book 3A pp.216,220,228,232 Chapter Review8/Test Student Book 3A,pp 238-239, Chapter Test Prep Assessment 8 pp.55-58,
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Chapter 6 Oct 27 14 days, Chapter 8 Dec 1 9 days, Chapter 9 Dec 14 11 Days, Chapter 12 January 27 6 lessons3.OA.3. Use multiplication and division within 100 to solve word problems in situations involving equal groups, arrays, and measurement quantities, e.g., by using drawings and equations with a symbol for the unknown number to represent the problem.Same as aboveSE/TE 3A: 151–157, 158–162, 163–167, 168–175, 176–177, 178–180, 219–223, 227–230, 231–234, 240–242, 243–245, 246–252, 253–255, 256–262 Workbook 3A: 157, 157A, 162, 162A, 167A, 175A, 177A, 180A, 223, 245A, 252A–252C, 255A, 262, 262A–262B SE/TE 3B: 59–62, 63–68, 69–74 Workbook 3B: 68A, 74, 74AQuick check Student book 3A p 136-137, Pre-Test Assessments 3 pp 41-42, Guided learning Student Book 3A, pp 139,141,143-144,144-145, 147-148, 152,155,159,161, 164,165, 169, 171-172, 173, 177, 179 Common Error Teacher's Edition 3A pp. 150,157,162, 167,175,177,180, Best Practices Student Book 3A pp.138,151,158,164,168, 176, 178 Chapter 6 Review/Test Student Book 3A,pp 184-186, Chapter Test Prep Assessment 3 pp.43-46 Quick check Student book 3A p 215, Pre-Test Assessments 3 pp 53-54, Guided learning Student Book 3A, pp 216,217,221,223,226,229,232,233 Common Error Teacher's Edition 3A pp. 218,223,226,230,234 Best Practices Student Book 3A pp.216,220,228,232 Chapter Review/Test Student Book 3A,pp 238-239, Chapter Test Prep Assessment 8 pp.55-58, Quick Check Student Book 3B, p. 61-62, Pre-test Assessments 3 pp 93-96, Guided Learning, Student Book 3B pp. 64, 65, 66, 67, 70, 72, 73 Common Error TE 3B pp.68, 74, Best Practices SB 3B pp. 64, 70 Chapter Review/Test SB 3B p. 78 Chapter 12 test Prep, Assessments 3 pp. 97-100, Cumulative Review for Chapter 10-12
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Chapter 6 Oct 27 14 Days, Chapter 7 Nov 17 8 days, Chapter 8 Dec1 9 Days, Chapter 9 Dec 14 11 Days, Chapter 12 Jan 27 6 lessons
3.OA.4. Determine the unknown whole number in a multiplication or division equation relating three whole numbers. For example, determine the unknown number that makes the equation true in each of the equations 8 × ? = 4 8, 5 = x ÷ 3 , 6 × 6 = ?.Same as aboveSE/TE 3A: 138–150, 151–157, 158–162, 163–167, 168–175, 176–177, 178–180, 191–193, 194–198, 199–209, 216–218, 219–223, 224–226, 227–230, 231–234, 243–245, 246–252, 253–255, 256–262 Workbook 3A: 150A, 157, 157A, 162, 162A, 167A, 175A, 177A, 180A, 193A, 245A, 252A–252C, 255A, 262, 262A–262B SE/TE 3B: 59–62, 63–68, 69–74 Workbook 3B: 68A, 74, 74AQuick check Student book 3A p 136-137, Pre-Test Assessments 3 pp 41-42, Guided learning Student Book 3A, pp 139,141,143-144,144-145, 147-148, 152,155,159,161, 164,165, 169, 171-172, 173, 177, 179 Common Error Teacher's Edition 3A pp. 150,157,162, 167,175,177,180, Best Practices Student Book 3A pp.138,151,158,164,168, 176, 178 Chapter Review/Test Student Book 3A,pp 184-186, Chapter 6 Test Prep Assessment 3 pp.43-46Quick check Student book 3A p 190, Pre-Test Assessments 3 pp 47-48, Guided learning Student Book 3A, pp 191, 192-193, 196,201-202,203,205-206 Common Error Teacher's Edition 3A pp. 193, 198,209, Best Practices Student Book 3A pp.193,196,200 Chapter Review/Test Student Book 3A,pp 212-213, Chapter 7 Test Prep Assessment 3 pp.49-52, Cumulative Review for Chapters 6 and 7 Workbook 3A 141-146 Quick check Student book 3A p 241-242, Pre-Test Assessments 3 pp 59-60, Guided learning Student Book 3A, pp 243,245,247,248,250,252-254,257-258, 260 Common Error Teacher's Edition 3A pp. 245, 249, 253,254 Best Practices Student Book 3A pp.243, 250,254,256 Chapter Review/Test Student Book 3A,pp 266-267, Chapter Test Prep Assessment 9 pp.61-66 Cumulative Review for Chapters 8 and 9, Workbook 3A, pp.189-194, Mid-year Review Workbook 3A, pp.195-208, Mid-year Test Prep, Extra Practice 3 pp. 147-160, Quick Check Student Book 3B, p. 61-62, Pre-test Assessments 3 pp 93-96, Guided Learning, Student Book 3B pp. 64, 65, 66, 67, 70, 72, 73 Common Error TE 3B pp.68, 74, Best Practices SB 3B pp. 64, 70 Chapter Review/Test SB 3B p. 78 Chapter 12 test Prep, Assessments 3 pp. 97-100, Cumulative Review for Chapter 10-12 Quick check Student book 3A p 215, Pre-Test Assessments 3 pp 53-54, Guided learning Student Book 3A, pp 216,217,221,223,226,229,232,233 Common Error Teacher's Edition 3A pp. 218,223,226,230,234 Best Practices Student Book 3A pp.216,220,228,232 Chapter Review/Test Student Book 3A,pp 238-239, Chapter Test Prep Assessment 8 pp.55-58
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Chapter 6 Oct 27 14 days, Chapter 7 Nov 17 8 days, Chapter 8 Dec 1 9 days, Chapter 12 Jan 27 6 days3.OA.5. Apply properties of operations as strategies to multiply and divide. Examples: If 6 × 4 = 24 is known, then 4 × 6 = 24 is also known. (Commutative property of multiplication.) 3 × 5 × 2 can be found by 3 × 5 = 15, then
15 × 2 = 30, or by 5 × 2 = 10, then 3
× 10 = 30. (Associative property of
multiplication.) Knowing that 8 × 5 = 40 and 8 × 2 = 16, one can find 8 × 7 as 8 × (5 + 2) = (8 × 5) + (8 × 2) = 40 + 16 = 56. (Distributive property.) Note Students need not use formal terms for these properties.
Same as aboveSE/TE 3A: 138–150, 151–157, 158–162, 163–167, 168–175, 176–177, 178–180, 191–193, 194–198, 199–209, 216–218, 219–223, 224–226, 227–230, 231–234, 243–245, 246–252, 253–255, 256–262 Workbook 3A: 150A, 157, 157A, 162, 162A, 167A, 175A, 177A, 180A, 193A, 245A, 252A–252C, 255A, 262, 262A–262B SE/TE 3B: 63–68, 69–74 Workbook 3B: 68A, 74, 74AQuick check Student book 3A p 136-137, Pre-Test Assessments 3 pp 41-42, Guided learning Student Book 3A, pp 139,141,143-144,144-145, 147-148, 152,155,159,161, 164,165, 169, 171-172, 173, 177, 179 Common Error Teacher's Edition 3A pp. 150,157,162, 167,175,177,180, Best Practices Student Book 3A pp.138,151,158,164,168, 176, 178 Chapter Review/Test Student Book 3A,pp 184-186, Chapter 6 Test Prep Assessment 3 pp.43-46Quick check Student book 3A p 190, Pre-Test Assessments 3 pp 47-48, Guided learning Student Book 3A, pp 191, 192-193, 196,201-202,203,205-206 Common Error Teacher's Edition 3A pp. 193, 198,209, Best Practices Student Book 3A pp.193,196,200 Chapter Review/Test Student Book 3A,pp 212-213, Chapter Test Prep Assessment 3 pp.49-52, Cumulative Review for Chapters 6 and 7 Quick check Student book 3A p 215, Pre-Test Assessments 3 pp 53-54, Guided learning Student Book 3A, pp 216,217,221,223,226,229,232,233 Common Error Teacher's Edition 3A pp. 218,223,226,230,234 Best Practices Student Book 3A pp.216,220,228,232 Chapter 7 Review/Test Student Book 3A,pp 238-239, Chapter Test Prep Assessment 8 pp.55-58 Quick check Student book 3A p 241-242, Pre-Test Assessments 3 pp 59-60, Guided learning Student Book 3A, pp 243,245,247,248,250,252-254,257-258, 260 Common Error Teacher's Edition 3A pp. 245, 249, 253,254 Best Practices Student Book 3A pp.243, 250,254,256 Chapter Review/Test Student Book 3A,pp 266-267, Chapter Test Prep Assessment 9 pp.61-66 Cumulative Review for Chapters 8 and 9, Workbook 3A, pp.189-194, Mid-year Review Workbook 3A, pp.195-208, Mid-year Test Prep, Extra Practice 3 pp. 147-160, Quick Check Student Book 3B, p. 61-62, Pre-test Assessments 3 pp 93-96, Guided Learning, Student Book 3B pp. 64, 65, 66, 67, 70, 72, 73 Common Error TE 3B pp.68, 74, Best Practices SB 3B pp. 64, 70 Chapter Review/Test SB 3B p. 78 Chapter 12 test Prep, Assessments 3 pp. 97-100, Cumulative Review for Chapter 10-12 Quick Check Student Book 3B, p. 61-62, Pre-test Assessments 3 pp 93-96, Guided Learning, Student Book 3B pp. 64, 65, 66, 67, 70, 72, 73 Common Error TE 3B pp.68, 74, Best Practices SB 3B pp. 64, 70 Chapter Review/Test SB 3B p. 78 Chapter 12 test Prep, Assessments 3 pp. 97-100, Cumulative Review for Chapter 10-12
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Chapter 6 Oct 27 14 days, Chapter 8 Dec 1 9 days, Chapter 9 Dec 14 11 Days, Chapter 12 January 27 6 lessons3.OA.6. Understand division as an
unknown-factor problem. For
example, find 32 ÷ 8 by finding
the number that makes 32 when
multiplied by 8.
Same as aboveSE/TE 3A: 132–137, 176–177, 178–180, 216–218, 219–223, 224–226, 227–230, 231–234, 253–255,
256–263

Workbook 3A: 177A, 218, 223, 226A SE/TE 3B: 63–68, 69–74 Workbook 3B: 68A, 74, 74A
Quick check Student book 3A p 136-137, Pre-Test Assessments 3 pp 41-42, Guided learning Student Book 3A, pp 139,141,143-144,144-145, 147-148, 152,155,159,161, 164,165, 169, 171-172, 173, 177, 179 Common Error Teacher's Edition 3A pp. 150,157,162, 167,175,177,180, Best Practices Student Book 3A pp.138,151,158,164,168, 176, 178 Chapter 6 Review/Test Student Book 3A,pp 184-186, Chapter Test Prep Assessment 3 pp.43-46Quick check Student book 3A p 136-137, Pre-Test Assessments 3 pp 41-42, Guided learning Student Book 3A, pp 139,141,143-144,144-145, 147-148, 152,155,159,161, 164,165, 169, 171-172, 173, 177, 179 Common Error Teacher's Edition 3A pp. 150,157,162, 167,175,177,180, Best Practices Student Book 3A pp.138,151,158,164,168, 176, 178 Chapter Review/Test Student Book 3A,pp 184-186, Chapter Test Prep Assessment 3 pp.43-46 Quick check Student book 3A p 215, Pre-Test Assessments 3 pp 53-54, Guided learning Student Book 3A, pp 216,217,221,223,226,229,232,233 Common Error Teacher's Edition 3A pp. 218,223,226,230,234 Best Practices Student Book 3A pp.216,220,228,232 Chapter Review/Test Student Book 3A,pp 238-239, Chapter Test Prep Assessment 8 pp.55-58, Quick check Student book 3A p 241-242, Pre-Test Assessments 3 pp 59-60, Guided learning Student Book 3A, pp 243,245,247,248,250,252-254,257-258, 260 Common Error Teacher's Edition 3A pp. 245, 249, 253,254 Best Practices Student Book 3A pp.243, 250,254,256 Chapter Review/Test Student Book 3A,pp 266-267, Chapter Test Prep Assessment 9 pp.61-66 Cumulative Review for Chapters 8 and 9, Workbook 3A, pp.189-194, Mid-year Review Quick Check Student Book 3B, p. 61-62, Pre-test Assessments 3 pp 93-96, Guided Learning, Student Book 3B pp. 64, 65, 66, 67, 70, 72, 73 Common Error TE 3B pp.68, 74, Best Practices SB 3B pp. 64, 70 Chapter Review/Test SB 3B p. 78 Chapter 12 test Prep, Assessments 3 pp. 97-100, Cumulative Review for Chapter 10-12Workbook 3A, pp.195-208, Mid-year Test Prep, Extra Practice 3 pp. 147-160,
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Chapter 6 Oct 27 14 days, Chapter 7 Nov 17 8 days, Chapter 8 Dec 1 9 days, Chapter 9 Dec 14 11 days,Chapter 12 Jan 27 6 days3.OA.7. Fluently multiply and divide within 100, using strategies such as the relationship between multiplication and division (e.g., knowing that 8 × 5 = 40, one knows 40 ÷ 5 = 8) or properties of operations. By the end of Grade 3, know from memory all products of two one-digit numbers.Same as aboveSE/TE 3A: 138–150, 151–157, 158–162, 163–167, 176–177, 178–180, 191–193, 194–198, 199–209, 216–218, 219–223, 224–226, 227–230, 231–234, 243–245, 246–252, 253–255, 256–262 Workbook 3A: 150A, 157, 157A, 162, 162A, 167A, 177A, 180A, 193A, 198A–198B, 218, 223, 226A, 245A, 252A–252C, 255A, 262, 262A–262B Quick check Student book 3A p 136-137, Pre-Test Assessments 3 pp 41-42, Guided learning Student Book 3A, pp 139,141,143-144,144-145, 147-148, 152,155,159,161, 164,165, 169, 171-172, 173, 177, 179 Common Error Teacher's Edition 3A pp. 150,157,162, 167,175,177,180, Best Practices Student Book 3A pp.138,151,158,164,168, 176, 178 Chapter Review/Test Student Book 3A,pp 184-186, Chapter 6 Test Prep Assessment 3 pp.43-46Quick check Student book 3A p 190, Pre-Test Assessments 3 pp 47-48, Guided learning Student Book 3A, pp 191, 192-193, 196,201-202,203,205-206 Common Error Teacher's Edition 3A pp. 193, 198,209, Best Practices Student Book 3A pp.193,196,200 Chapter Review/Test Student Book 3A,pp 212-213, Chapter 7 Test Prep Assessment 3 pp.49-52, Cumulative Review for Chapters 6 and 7 Quick check Student book 3A p 215, Pre-Test Assessments 3 pp 53-54, Guided learning Student Book 3A, pp 216,217,221,223,226,229,232,233 Common Error Teacher's Edition 3A pp. 218,223,226,230,234 Best Practices Student Book 3A pp.216,220,228,232 Chapter Review/Test Student Book 3A,pp 238-239, Chapter Test Prep Assessment 8 pp.55-58, Quick check Student book 3A p 241-242, Pre-Test Assessments 3 pp 59-60, Guided learning Student Book 3A, pp 243,245,247,248,250,252-254,257-258, 260 Common Error Teacher's Edition 3A pp. 245, 249, 253,254 Best Practices Student Book 3A pp.243, 250,254,256 Chapter Review/Test Student Book 3A,pp 266-267, Chapter Test Prep Assessment 9 pp.61-66 Cumulative Review for Chapters 8 and 9, Workbook 3A, pp.189-194, Mid-year Review Workbook 3A, pp.195-208, Mid-year Test Prep, Extra Practice 3 pp. 147-160, Quick Check Student Book 3B, p. 61-62, Pre-test Assessments 3 pp 93-96, Guided Learning, Student Book 3B pp. 64, 65, 66, 67, 70, 72, 73 Common Error TE 3B pp.68, 74, Best Practices SB 3B pp. 64, 70 Chapter Review/Test SB 3B p. 78 Chapter 12 test Prep, Assessments 3 pp. 97-100, Cumulative Review for Chapter 10-12
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Chapter 5 Oct 17 6 days, Chapter 9 Dec 14 11 Days3.OA.8. Solve two-step word problems using the four operations. Represent these problems using equations with a letter standing for the unknown quantity. Assess the reasonableness of answers using mental computation and estimation strategies including rounding. (This standard is limited to problems posed with whole numbers and having whole-number answers; students should know how to perform operations in the conventional order when there are no parentheses to specify a particular order (Order of Operations).Same as aboveSE/TE 3A: 53–63, 117–121, 122–126, 127, 132–137,181, 246–252, 256–262, 263 Workbook 3A: 63A, 126A–126C, 127A, 181, 251A–251C, 262, 262A–262B, 263Quick check Student book 3A p 241-242, Pre-Test Assessments 3 pp 59-60, Guided learning Student Book 3A, pp 243,245,247,248,250,252-254,257-258, 260 Common Error Teacher's Edition 3A pp. 245, 249, 253,254 Best Practices Student Book 3A pp.243, 250,254,256 Chapter Review/Test Student Book 3A,pp 266-267, Chapter 8 Test Prep Assessment 9 pp.61-66 Cumulative Review for Chapters 8 and 9, Workbook 3A, pp.189-194, Mid-year Review Workbook 3A, pp.195-208, Mid-year Test Prep, Extra Practice 3 pp. 147-160, ################### Do Quick Check 121 117 c
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Chapter 1 August 10 days, Chapter 3 Sept 21 8 days, Chapter 6 Oct 27, 14 days, Chapter 7 nov 17 8 days, Chapter 8 De 1 9 days3.OA.9. Identify arithmetic patterns (including patterns in the addition table or multiplication table), and explain them using properties of operations. For example, observe that 4 times a number is always even, and explain why 4 times a number can be decomposed into two equal addends.Same as aboveSE/TE 3A: 5–11, 20–31, 89, 151–157, 158–162, 163–167,168–175, 191–193, 219–223, 224–226 Workbook 3A: 11A, 29, 29A, 89A, 157, 157A, 162, 162A, 167A, 193A, 223, 226A,Quick check Student book 3A p 136-137, Pre-Test Assessments 3 pp 41-42, Guided learning Student Book 3A, pp 139,141,143-144,144-145, 147-148, 152,155,159,161, 164,165, 169, 171-172, 173, 177, 179 Common Error Teacher's Edition 3A pp. 150,157,162, 167,175,177,180, Best Practices Student Book 3A pp.138,151,158,164,168, 176, 178 Chapter Review/Test Student Book 3A,pp 184-186, Chapter 7 Test Prep Assessment 3 pp.43-46Quick check Student book 3A p 190, Pre-Test Assessments 3 pp 47-48, Guided learning Student Book 3A, pp 191, 192-193, 196,201-202,203,205-206 Common Error Teacher's Edition 3A pp. 193, 198,209, Best Practices Student Book 3A pp.193,196,200 Chapter Review/Test Student Book 3A,pp 212-213, Chapter Test Prep Assessment 3 pp.49-52, Cumulative Review for Chapters 6 and 7 Quick check Student book 3A p 215, Pre-Test Assessments 3 pp 53-54, Guided learning Student Book 3A, pp 216,217,221,223,226,229,232,233 Common Error Teacher's Edition 3A pp. 218,223,226,230,234 Best Practices Student Book 3A pp.216,220,228,232 Chapter Review/Test Student Book 3A,pp 238-239, Chapter Test Prep Assessment 8 pp.55-58 Quick check SB 3A p. 4, Pre-test Assessments 3 pp.1-2, Guided Learning, Student Bood 3A pp. 6,7,8,9,14,-15, 18, 21, 23,24,25,28,Common Error Teacher's Edition 3A pp. 11,19,29, Best Practices Student Book 3A pp. 6, 7,13,21, Chapter Review/Test SB 3A pp.34-35, Chapter 1 Test Prep Assessments 3 pp 3-5
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