The Go Math program will be supplemented with various resources such as Exemplars, problems of the week, Math Steps and the Everyday Math program. Each student will be required to complete math projects. These projects will not only enable students to synthesize and apply concepts taught during the unit, but will also increase mathematical reasoning and critical thinking skills. Students will be expected to apply strategies and concepts taught to the real world around them. In addition, students will be required to reflect upon their learning in their math notebooks.
MATH POETRY:
arithmetic.doc  
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CLUE WORDS FOR MATH PROBLEM SOLVING:
clue_words_for_story_problemsmath.doc  
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FOUR SQUARE PROBLEM SOLVING:
foursquare_problemsolving.doc  
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foursquare_template.doc  
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MATH CLARIFYING QUESTIONSDISCUSSION STARTERS:


CUDDLE STRATEGY:
CUDDLE Strategy
(How to solve math word problems)
Circle the important facts in the word problem
Underline the question
Draw a picture
Do the work
Label your answer
Evaluate and check answer
(How to solve math word problems)
Circle the important facts in the word problem
Underline the question
Draw a picture
Do the work
Label your answer
Evaluate and check answer
CRAW STRATEGY:
C.R.A.W Help CRAW is a mathematical problem solving strategy that enables students to show how mathematical word problems can be solved in different ways. Each letter stands for the following
C Concrete You can use a manipulative like a counter or blocks to show how you formulated your equation and solved.
R Representational You can draw pictures to show how you formulated your equation and solved. Here, we like to see you represent in more than one way if you can!
A Abstract You can write the equation or write a number sentence to solve. Here, you can also check your work!
W Written You can explain the steps you took to solve and explain your thinking!
C Concrete You can use a manipulative like a counter or blocks to show how you formulated your equation and solved.
R Representational You can draw pictures to show how you formulated your equation and solved. Here, we like to see you represent in more than one way if you can!
A Abstract You can write the equation or write a number sentence to solve. Here, you can also check your work!
W Written You can explain the steps you took to solve and explain your thinking!