# Unit: Coordinates, Area, Volume, Capacity

 Date 28.11.2016 Size 85 Kb.
Name: Math Unit 9, 5th grade KUD

May 21-June 9, 2011

Unit: Coordinates, Area, Volume, Capacity

U.E.Q.
 How do coordinate grids help me find area and volume?

Which standards/anchors are students learning in this unit?

 Anch: M5.A.1.5, M5.A.2.1; 1.2, M5.E.1.1, M5.B.1.2; 2.1; 2.2, M5.C.2.1.1; 1.2; 2.1

By the end of this unit, students will be able to…..

 Know: I Understand THAT: Do: *grids *formulas *height *width *basic facts *x and y axis *faces, vertices, sides *Volume *quadrants *negative numbers Key vocabulary coordinate grid, axis, ordered pair, vertical, horizontal axis, coordinate, translation, reflection, opposite of a number, area, square units, base, height, formula, variable, rectangular method, perpendicular, altitude, latitude, longitude, volume, cubic unit, rectangular prism, face, base, vertices, prism, liter, capacity, quart, cup, milliliter, cubic centimeter * coordinate grids map out the units of measure in an object or shape. * use coordinate grids * plot points * identify x and y axis *identify quadrants * find area of shapes * compare area and perimeter * use formulas for area of triangles and parallelograms * find volume using a formula * identify faces, sides and vertices *find relationships in capacity Play Math Games -Battle Ship -Exponent Ball -First to 100 -spoons -Name that number -golf -500 -Top-It -Broken Calculator

Lesson 1 –Coordinate Grids (9.1, 9.2, 9.3)

 Lesson Essential Question: How do I plot a point on a coordinate grid? Answer: First find the number on the x axis and then the number on the y axis and find there they meet on the grid. What do students need to learn to be able to answer the Essential Question? Assessment Prompt #1: studylink 9.1 Assessment Prompt #2: studylink 9.2 Assessment Prompt #3: studylink 9.3 Activating Strategy: Math Message ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Key vocabulary to preview: coordinate grid, axis, ordered pair, vertical, horizontal axis, coordinate, translation, reflection, opposite of a number Teaching Strategies: active instruction, pair/share, journal work, think/ink Graphic Organizer: Vocabulary Matrix Chart ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Instruction: Have students begin to fill out student learning map with LEQ question. Do activating strategy (Math Message) Complete journal pages 292-295 AP #1: studylink 9.1 Complete journal pages 296-299 AP #2: studylink 9.2 Complete journal pages 300-303 AP #3: studylink 9.3 Lesson Quiz Summarizing Strategy: Answer LEQ

Lesson 2 – Area (9.4, 9.5, 9.6, 9.7)

Lesson 3 – Volume/Capacity (9.8, 9.9, 9.10)

 Lesson Essential Question: How do I find the volume of a prism? Answer: use the formula length times width times height. What do students need to learn to be able to answer the Essential Question? Assessment Prompt #1: studylink 9.8 Assessment Prompt #2: studylink 9.9 Assessment Prompt #3: studylink 9.10 Activating Strategy: Math Message ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Key vocabulary to preview: volume, cubic unit, rectangular prism, face, base, vertices, prism, liter, capacity, quart, cup, milliliter, cubic centimeter Teaching Strategies: active instruction, pair/share, journal work Graphic Organizer: Vocabulary Chart ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Instruction: Begin the class by doing math message and then discuss using think/pair/share. Read SRB p. 195 Complete journal pages 321-326 AP #1 – studylink 9.8 Continue using journal pages 324-326 AP #2: studylink 9.9 Continue using journal pages 327-331 AP #3: studylink 9.10 Progress Check Unit review and Test Summarizing Strategy: Answer the LEQ

 Vocabulary: coordinate grid, axis, ordered pair, vertical, horizontal axis, coordinate, translation, reflection, opposite of a number Answer: First find the number on the x axis and then the number on the y axis and find there they meet on the grid. LEQ: How do I plot a point on a coordinate grid? Concept #1: Coordinate Grids Topic: Coordinates, Area, Volume, Capacity Unit Essential Question: How do coordinates help with finding area and volume? Answer: Vocabulary: area, square units, base, height, formula, variable, rectangular method, perpendicular, altitude, latitude, longitude Answer: use formulas to find areas for polygons. LEQ: What are some methods for finding areas of polygons? Concept #2: Area Vocabulary: volume, cubic unit, rectangular prism, face, base, vertices, prism, liter, capacity, quart, cup, milliliter, cubic centimeter Answer: use the formula length times width times height. LEQ: How do I find the volume of a prism? Concept #3: Volume/Capacity

 Word Picture Definition Coordinate grid Ordered number pair translation reflection area Base (of a shape) Height (of a shape) formula perpendicular Volume Face Vertices Prism Capacity Cubic centimeter

 Vocabulary: coordinate grid, axis, ordered pair, vertical, horizontal axis, coordinate, translation, reflection, opposite of a number Answer: LEQ: How do I plot a point on a coordinate grid? Concept #1: Coordinate Grids Topic: Coordinates, Area, Volume, Capacity Unit Essential Question: How do coordinates help with finding area and volume? Answer: Vocabulary: area, square units, base, height, formula, variable, rectangular method, perpendicular, altitude, latitude, longitude Answer: LEQ: What are some methods for finding areas of polygons? Concept #2: Area Vocabulary: volume, cubic unit, rectangular prism, face, base, vertices, prism, liter, capacity, quart, cup, milliliter, cubic centimeter Answer LEQ: How do I find the volume of a prism? Concept #3: Volume/Capacity

 Word Picture Definition Coordinate grid A frame for locating points Ordered number pair Two numbers used to find a point on the coordinate grid translation A slide reflection A mirror image or flip area The amount of space inside a shape. Base * Height = area Base (of a shape) The side the shape sits on. Height (of a shape) How far away it is from the base to the top of the shape formula The general rule for finding the value of something perpendicular 2 lines intersect creating 4 right angles Volume The amount of space taken by a 3 dimensional figure Face The flat surface on a 3 dimensional shape Vertices The point where 2 lines meet. (corners) Prism It has two parallel and congruent bases connected by line segments Capacity The amount a container can hold Cubic centimeter A metric unit of volume. 1 cm³ = 1 milliliter