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Grade level goals

  1. 1. 1SCHOOL MATHEMATICS PROJECTEveryday MathematicsCENTER FOR ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE EDUCATIONHome of the author group of Everyday MathematicsContent Strand: Number and NumerationProgram Goal Content Thread Grade-Level GoalUnderstand the Meanings, Uses, andRepresentations of NumbersRote counting Goal 1 Count on by 1s, 2s, 5s, 10s, 25s, and100s past 1,000 and back by 1s, 10s,and 100s from any number less than1,000 with and without number grids,number lines, and calculators.Place value and notation Goal 2 Read, write, and model withmanipulatives whole numbers upto 10,000; identify places in suchnumbers and the values of the digitsin those places; read and write moneyamounts in dollars-and-cents notation.Meanings and uses offractionsGoal 3 Use manipulatives and drawings tomodel fractions as equal parts of aregion or a collection; describe themodels and name the fractions.Number theory Goal 4 Recognize numbers as odd or even.Understand Equivalent Names forNumbersEquivalent names forwhole numbersGoal 5 Use tally marks, arrays, and numericalexpressions involving addition andsubtraction to give equivalent namesfor whole numbers.Equivalent names forfractions, decimals, andpercentsGoal 6 Use manipulatives and drawings tomodel equivalent names for 1/2.Understand Common NumericalRelationsComparing and orderingnumbersGoal 7 Compare and order whole numbers upto 10,000; use area models to comparefractions.Grade 2 Grade-Level Goals CCSS EDITION
  2. 2. 2SCHOOL MATHEMATICS PROJECTEveryday MathematicsCENTER FOR ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE EDUCATIONHome of the author group of Everyday MathematicsContent Strand: Operations and ComputationProgram Goal Content Thread Grade-Level GoalCompute Accurately Addition and subtractionfactsGoal 1 Demonstrate automaticity with alladdition facts through 10 + 10 andfluency with the related subtractionfacts.Addition and subtractionproceduresGoal 2 Use manipulatives, number grids,tally marks, mental arithmetic, paper& pencil, and calculators to solveproblems involving the additionand subtraction of multidigit wholenumbers; describe the strategies used;calculate and compare values of coinand bill combinations.Make Reasonable Estimates ComputationalestimationGoal 3 Make reasonable estimates for wholenumber addition and subtractionproblems; explain how the estimateswere obtained.Understand Meanings of Operations Models for the operations Goal 4 Identify and describe change,comparison, and parts-and-totalsituations; use repeated addition,arrays, and skip counting to modelmultiplication; use equal sharing andequal grouping to model division.Grade 2 Grade-Level Goals CCSS EDITION
  3. 3. 3SCHOOL MATHEMATICS PROJECTEveryday MathematicsCENTER FOR ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE EDUCATIONHome of the author group of Everyday MathematicsContent Strand: Measurement and Reference FramesProgram Goal Content Thread Grade-Level GoalUnderstand the Systems and Processesof Measurement; Use AppropriateTechniques, Tools, Units, and Formulasin Making MeasurementsLength, weight, andanglesGoal 1 Estimate length with and withouttools; measure length to the nearestinch and centimeter; use standard andnonstandard tools to measure andestimate weight.Area, perimeter, volume,and capacityGoal 2 Partition rectangles into unit squaresand count unit squares to find areas.Units and systems ofmeasurementGoal 3 Describe relationships between days ina week and hours in a day.Money Goal 4 Make exchanges between coins andbills.Use and Understand Reference Frames Temperature Goal 5 Read temperature on both theFahrenheit and Celsius scales.Time Goal 6 Tell and show time to the nearest fiveminutes on an analog clock; tell andwrite time in digital notation.Content Strand: Data and ChanceProgram Goal Content Thread Grade-Level GoalSelect and Create AppropriateGraphical Representations ofCollected or Given DataData collection andrepresentationGoal 1 Collect and organize data or use givendata to create tally charts, tables,graphs, and line plots.Analyze and Interpret Data Data analysis Goal 2 Use graphs to ask and answer simplequestions and draw conclusions; findthe maximum, minimum, mode, andmedian of a data set.Understand and Apply Basic Conceptsof ProbabilityQualitative probability Goal 3 Describe events using certain, likely,unlikely, impossible, and other basicprobability terms; explain the choiceof language.Grade 2 Grade-Level Goals CCSS EDITION
  4. 4. 4SCHOOL MATHEMATICS PROJECTEveryday MathematicsCENTER FOR ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE EDUCATIONHome of the author group of Everyday MathematicsContent Strand: GeometryProgram Goal Content Thread Grade-Level GoalInvestigate Characteristics andProperties of Two- and Three-Dimensional Geometric ShapesLines and angles Goal 1 Draw line segments and identifyparallel line segments.Plane and solid figures Goal 2 Identify, describe, and model planeand solid figures including circles,triangles, squares, rectangles,hexagons, trapezoids, rhombuses,spheres, cylinders, rectangular prisms,pyramids, cones, and cubes.Apply Transformations and Symmetryin Geometric SituationsTransformations andsymmetryGoal 3 Create and complete two-dimensionalsymmetric shapes or designs.Content Strand: Patterns, Functions, and AlgebraProgram Goal Content Thread Grade-Level GoalUnderstand Patterns and Functions Patterns and functions Goal 1 Extend, describe, and create numeric,visual, and concrete patterns; describerules for patterns and use themto solve problems; use words andsymbols to describe and write rulesfor functions involving addition andsubtraction and use those rules tosolve problems.Use Algebraic Notation to Representand Analyze Situations and StructuresAlgebraic notation andsolving number sentencesGoal 2 Read, write, and explain expressionsand number sentences using thesymbols +,-, =, >, and <; solvenumber sentences involving additionand subtraction; write expressions andnumber sentences to model numberstories.Properties of thearithmetic operationsGoal 3 Describe the Commutative andAssociative Properties of Additionand the Additive Identity and applythem to mental arithmetic problems.Grade 2 Grade-Level Goals CCSS EDITION

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