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Math Expressions and Utah State Core Standards Alignment
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Fourth Grade Math Expressions
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Unit 1 Content and Pacing GuideBig IdeasLessonsCore Standards
Major Work,
Supporting,
Additional
CommentsVocabularyLesson Focus: I Can...Select and appropriate Check for Understanding - Modify as needed Instructional Routines and Math Language Routines
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Place Value and Multi-digit Addition and Subtraction:

Unit 1:1-14

Pre-Assessment (SLO): 1 days

Unit 1: 14 days of lessons

Quick Quizzes, Strategy/Fluency Check: 3 days

Test and Review: 2 days

Total
Days: 20 days



Place Value to One Million1.1 Place Value to ThousandsNBT.1Review from 3rd gradeplace value•Identify the place value of numbers through thousandsMake a place value drawing for each number, using ones, quick tens, hundred boxes, and thousand bars. 2,596 and 3,045
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1.2 Place Value PatternsNBT.1, NBT.2Standard form, Word form, Expanded form•Read, write, and model numbers to thousandsExplain how to use place value to write a number in standard, word, and expanded forms.
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1.3 Round NumbersNBT.2, NBT.3Activity 1: The mathboard and secret code card methods are follow up activities that students are familiar with from third gradeGreater than >, Less than <•Round and compare multidigit whole numbers by value of the digits in each placeExplain how to use place value to round multidigit numbers or compare multidigit numbers.
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1.4 Numbers to One MillionNBT.1, NBT.2
•Identify the place value of numbers to one millionDescribe the role of a comma when reading and witing multidigit whole numbers.
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1.5 Compare and Round Greater NumbersNBT.2, NBT.3This lesson helps students in identifying common mistakes and analyzing the commonalities between the different methods.•Compare and round multidigit whole numbersRound 465,345 to the ten thousands place. Then compare the rounded number to the original number using the symbols >, <, or =.
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Addition with Greater Numbers1.6 Make New Groups for AdditionNBT.4, MD.2The different methods Groups Below, Subtotals, are models introduced in 2nd and 3rd grade. 4th grade extends the use of these models. •Add four-digit numbersExplain how you know when to make a new group in addition; Write a word problem that can be solved using addition that requires making more than one new tens group and more than one new hundreds group
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1.7 Add Greater NumbersNBT.4This lesson helps students in iidentifying common mistakes and analyzing the commonalities between the different methods.Digit•Add multidigit numbersAdd to find the sums of:
43,629 + 5,807
1,468 + 327,509
470,952 + 4,306
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1.8 Estimation and Mental MathOA.3, NBT.3, NBT.4This lesson is emphasizes math practices - attending to precision and reasoning abstractly and quantitatively.•Add using estimation and mental mathFind an estimate and the exact total. 37 + 96 + 104 + 64
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Subtraction with Greater Numbers1.9 Subtract from ThousandsNBT.4Difference•Subtract multidigit whole numbersDescribe how to use ungrouping to subtract from thousands.
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1.10 Subtraction Undoes AdditionNBT.4Inverse operations, Addend•Relate subtraction to addition; Learn about the inverse relationship between addition and subtractionDescribe the relationship between addition and subtraction. Give examples of related problems.
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1.11 Subtract Greater NumbersOA.3, NBT.4This lesson includes estimation along with subtracting greater numbers•Use methods for ungrouping to subtract two whole numbersDescribe how subtracting and ungrouping with greater numbers is similar to subtracting and ungrouping with lesser numbers.
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1.12 Practice Addition and SubtractionOA.3, NBT.4•Add and subtract multidigit numbers while solving two-step word problemsDescribe how to solve two-step problems; Explain how you know when a problem requires more than one step to solve.
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1.13 Problem Solving with Greater NumbersNBT.4, MD.2•Use addition and subtraction skills to solve a variety of word problemsIf Puzzled Penguin wanted to buy a parka hat, what would the total be? Does he have enough money?; Explain subtraction using the term break-apart or ungrouping. Then explain it without these words.
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1.14 Focus on Mathematical PracticesNBT.3, NBT.4An additional in-depth inquiry task entitled "Track Blog Traffic." This can be found on Student Activity Book page 49 and 50.•Solve real-world problems involving addition and subtractionWrite an exercise that involves subtracting 2 six-digit numbers that requires you to ungroup only from the tens place, th thousands place, and the hundred thousands place.
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Assessments
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Place Value and Multidigit Addition and SubtractionLessonsNBT.1, NBT.2, NBT.3, NBT.4, OA.3, MD.2Check for Understandings: Select from suggested check for understandings found on the last activity for the lesson in the student book, or on the math writing prompt. Select the best method for checking for understanding; whole group response on a math board, turning a paper in to be reviewed, digital response on the personal math trainer.
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Big IdeasNBT.1, NBT.2, NBT.3Quick Quiz and Strategy Check recommended after lesson 5 (Student Activity Book page 15 and 16)
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NBT.3, NBT.4, OA.3, MD.2Quick Quiz and Fluency Check recommended after lesson 8 (Student Activity Book page 23 and 24)
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NBT.3, NBT.4, OA.3, MD.2Quick Quiz and Fluency Check recommended after lesson 15 (Student Activity Book page 41 and 42)
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UnitRequired: JSD Modified Unit Test -- Administer directly on MasteryConnect. Optional: Review Test, Performance Task (Track Blog Traffic)
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Intervention and Digital ResourcesSee pages 110-116 for reteaching suggestions and resources.
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