In math we have covered the following;

Unit #2

- addition and subtraction of 3 and 4 digit numbers including borrowing and carrying

- place value and rounding of 3 and 4 digit numbers

- ordering of numbers

- expanded and standard form

- problem solving related to this unit (Inquiry)

Unit #1

- recognizing number and shape patterns

- understanding increasing, decreasing and repeating patterns

- true mathematical statements found in number patterns

- clearly stating number patterns and numbers patterns found in charts

- introduction to basic algebra concepts

- problem solving related to this unit (Inquiry)

Unit #3

- congruent shapes

- identifying angles as acute, obtuse or right

- measuring and drawing angles

- exploring sides and angles of quadrilaterals

- similar/congruent figures

- attributes of solids

- problem solving related to this unit

- short quizzes and inquiry activities

Unit #4

- multiplying by numbers to 9

- multiplication patterns

- dividing by numbers 1 to 9

- division with remainders

- short quizzes

Unit # 6

- units of time

- elapsed time

- counting money

- making change

- measuring capacity and mass

- short quizzes

Unit # 11

- use language of probability

- conduct experiments

- predict results of experiments

- draw tree diagrams

- compare actual results with predicted results

- use probability to solve and pose problems

- short quizzes

Unit #5

- read and interpret data in tables, pictographs, bar graphs, and circle graphs

- draw pictographs and bar graphs by hand

- predict the results of a survey

- conduct a survey

- short quizzes

Unit #8

- model, compare, and order fractions and mixed numbers

- explore and model tenths and hundredths as decimals

- compare and order decimals

- add and subtract decimals

- add and subtract money

- short quizzes

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In language we continue to work on the following;

- Journal entries in response to readings and discussions related to Religion and Family Life

- Short written responses to questions relating to short stories read in class

- Exploring written structure as related to the 'Better Answer Protical'

- Public speaking skills and organizing one's thoughts when communicating verbally

- Creative writing (fictional) ie. fractured stories

- Recognize and use features of nonfiction texts

- Development of plot, setting, characters, sequencing events and conflict resolution

- Developing editing skills

- Reading and orally presenting a narrative to a given audience

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