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Getting Ready For Next Year: Graphing and Data. Unit 16 Estimated Instructional Days: 8 Days. The remaining Units in Grade 5 (Units 13-16), will be formatted differently than Units 1-12. Formats will be in PowerPoint form. Core instruction will be provided in the following areas:

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## Getting Ready For Next Year: Graphing and Data

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**Getting Ready For Next Year: Graphing and Data**Unit 16 Estimated Instructional Days: 8 Days**The remaining Units in Grade 5 (Units 13-16), will be**formatted differently than Units 1-12. • Formats will be in PowerPoint form. • Core instruction will be provided in the following areas: • Fractions, Decimal and Percents • Ratios/Rates • Integers/Expressions/Inequalities • Graphing and Data • In addition, based on student data (Formative assessments, unit assessments, etc.), these last few weeks of school should also focus on differentiating your instruction (small groups) to meet the needs of students on current grade level standards not yet mastered. • It would be appropriate given the multitude of resources provided in Units 1-12 to revisit and utilize those resources not already used. • Only utilize current grade level content to determine students’ progress for the 4th nine weeks. Format for Remaining Units**Content Development**Students in grade 5 have learned how to identify and plot coordinates in a coordinate grid. Students then use these skills to plot polygons on a coordinate grid. Although students have not worked with area in 5th grade, they apply their knowledge learned about finding area of a rectangle in 4th grade and connecting that to finding the area of a parallelogram. Students need concrete experiences in developing the formula for the area of a parallelogram and seeing that it is derived from the formula for area of a rectangle. Finding a mean, median and mode of sets of data is based on concepts learned in Unit 9, where students analyzed and used operations on sets of data. Mean, or average, can be found by finding the sum of the group of numbers from a set of data and then dividing by the number of addends. Median of a set of data is the middle number when the data is written in order. If there is an even number of data items, then the median is the sum of the two middle items divided by 2. The mode of a data set is the data value or values that occur most often. A data set may have no mode, one mode, or several modes. Histograms are a form of bar graph. However, in a histogram, the bars touch because they represent continuous intervals. Students need experiences in constructing histograms in order to build understanding of these representations of data.**Lesson Ideas for**Polygons on a Coordinate Grid • Getting Ready for Grade 5 Lessons • Student pages (P) are located in the Standards Practice Consumable book. • Teacher pages (PG) are located in the Planning Guide Resource book. • Use Unlock the Problem P279 student edition, to engage students. • Polygons on a Coordinate Grid : Lesson 15 • TE pages PG106-PG107 • Student pages P279-P280 • Student practice page GRP15 – Polygons on a Coordinate Grid • Student practice page GRR15 – Polygons on a Coordinate Grid • Performance Task – Coordinate Graphing**Lesson Ideas for**Area of a Parallelogram • Getting Ready for Grade 5 Lessons • Student pages (P) are located in the Standards Practice Consumable book. • Teacher pages (PG) are located in the Planning Guide Resource book. • Use Unlock the Problem P 281 student edition, to engage students. • Area of a Parallelogram: Lesson 16 • TE pages PG108-PG109 • Student pages P281-P282 • Student practice page GRP16 – area of a parallelogram • Student practice page GRR16 – area of a parallelogram**Lesson Ideas for**Median and Mode • Getting Ready for Grade 5 Lessons • Student pages are located in the Standards Practice Consumable book. • Teacher pages are located in the Planning Guide Resource book. • Use Unlock the Problem P 283 student edition, to engage students. • Median and Mode: Lesson 1 • TE pages PG110-PG111 • Student pages P283-P284 • Student practice page GRP17 – Median and Mode • Student practice page GRR17 – Median and Mode • Other Resources: • Anchors lesson – The Range and Mode of a Set- Use only items that pertain to the Mode. Range is not addressed in the standards. • Anchors Lesson – The Mean and Median of a Set– Use only the items that pertain to Median.**Lesson Ideas for**Finding the Average • Getting Ready for Grade 5 Lessons • Student pages are located in the Standards Practice Consumable book. • Teacher pages are located in the Planning Guide Resource book. • Use Unlock the Problem P 285 student edition, to engage students. • Finding the Average: Lesson 18 • TE pages PG112-PG113 • Student pages P285-P286 • Student practice page GRP18 – Finding the Average • Student practice page GRR18 – Finding the Average • Anchors Lesson: The Mean and Median of a Set– Use only the items that pertain to Mean. • Performance Task: Basketball Points – Find the Mean and Mode from the displayed data.**Lesson Ideas for**Creating and Analyzing Histograms • Getting Ready for Grade 5 Lessons • Student pages are located in the Standards Practice Consumable book. • Teacher pages are located in the Planning Guide Resource book. • Use Activity P287 and Unlock the Problem P289 student edition, to engage students. • Histograms: Lesson 19 • Analyzing Histograms: Lesson 20 • TE pages PG114-PG117 • Student pages P287-P290 • Student practice page GRP19 – Histograms • Student practice page GRP20 – Analyzing Histograms • Student re-teach pages – GRR19 –Histograms • Student re-teach pages – GRR20 – Analyzing Histograms • Performance Task – Number of Songs Downloaded • Getting Ready Test - located in the Assessment Guide AG 235 – 240. Use to gather evidence of learning for Units 15 and 16.**Evidence of Learning**• Only utilize current grade level content to determine students’ progress for the 4th nine weeks. • Use Sample Rubrics to assess (example on next slide): • Daily journal prompts - can use Math Journal prompts in Getting Ready for Grade 6 lessons. • Performance tasks • Performance Tasks - Coordinate Graphing Basketball Points (mode and mean) Number of Songs Downloaded(frequency tables & histograms) Getting Ready Test - located in the Assessment Guide AG 235 – 240. Use to gather evidence of learning for Units 15 and 16.

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