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Mathematics - 5th Grade
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Intended Learning Outcomes for Third Through Sixth Grade Mathematics
The main intent of mathematics instruction is for students to value and use mathematics and reasoning skills to investigate and understand the world.
The Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs) describe the skills and attitudes students should acquire as a result of successful mathematics instruction. They are an essential part of the Mathematics Core Curriculum and provide teachers with a standard for student learning in mathematics.
ILOs for mathematics:
Significant mathematics understanding occurs when teachers incorporate ILOs in planning mathematics instruction. The following are ideas to consider when planning instruction for students to acquire the ILOs:
By the end of grade five, students increase their facility with the four basic arithmetic operations applied to whole numbers, fractions, and decimals. They locate integers on a number line and ordered pairs of integers on the coordinate plane. They determine rules for numerical patterns, work with expressions including order of operations, and solve single-operation equations involving a single variable. They classify angles, triangles, and quadrilaterals, and analyze relationships among lines, triangles and quadrilaterals. They recognize and determine surface area and volume of three-dimensional shapes, including right prisms. Students understand the concepts of mean, median, mode, and range of data sets and can calculate them. They use line plots, bar graphs, and line graphs to record and analyze data.
Math 5 Reference Sheet (pdf)
Core Standards of the Course