5th Grade

Math Standards Pacing Chart 2nd Nine Weeks

Number, Number Sense and Operations
                  I can use order of operations, including the use of parentheses, to                            simplify numerical expressions.
                  I can make conversions within the same measurement system while                            performing computations.
Patterns, Functions, and Algebra
                  I can use calculators or computers to develop patterns, and generalize them                            using tables and graphs.
                  I can describe ho the change in one variable affects the value of a                            related variable based on data in a table or graph.
Data Analysis and Probability
                  I can read, construct, and interpret frequency tables, circle graphs,                            and line graphs.
                  I can select and use a graph that is appropriate for the type of data to be                           displayed.
                  I can read and interpret increasingly complex displays of data, such as                          double bar graphs.
                  I can determine appropriate data to be collected to answer questions posed                           by students or teachers, collect and display data, and clearly                           communicate findings.
                  I can modify initial conclusions, propose and justify new interpretations and                           predictions as additional data is collected.
                  I can determine and use the range, mean, median, and mode, and                            explain what each does and does not indicate about the set of                            data.
                  I can list and explain all possible outcomes in a given situation.
                  I can identify the probability of events within a simple experiment,                            such as three chances out of eight.
                  I can use 0, 1, and ratios between 0 and 1 to represent the probability of                           outcomes for an event, and associate the ratio with the likelihood of the                           outcome.
                  I can compare what should happen (theoretical/expected results) with what                           did happen (experimental/actual results) in a simple experiment.

                  I can make predictions based on experimental and theoretical probabilities.

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