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# Main Course Selections Continue

## MAXS Math Caf Topic 14 Menu

Standards & Objectives: 4.MD.1.1, 4.MD.1.2, 4.MD.1.3
! Must: identify what unit of measure is needed to solve a
problem. (Link all to area and perimeter)
! Should: a - solve problems using different units of measure. b
- convert between units of measure.
! Could: explain the strategy I use to estimate and convert units of measurements.
Appetizer: Must complete for each lesson or unit
o Vocabulary Choice/once a unit
o Watch video on Nook or on Sophia (Mrs.Ts Version)
M ain Course: Must complete ALL for each lesson. Review and discuss
results with a partner. Self-Assess Understanding (0 to 5)
o Guided Practice (review and discuss with partner)
o Select from Main Course options.
o Problem Solving: All
Carry Out: (Homework): Choose one for each lesson then
review and discuss with partner. Self-Assess understanding (o to 5).
o Independent Practice: evens or odds
o Homework practice sheet
o Create a model for 5 Independent Practice Problems. Illustrate in IAN.
o Write to Explain: How you solve 4 Practice Problems

Course Selections

Inquiry Stations follow tasks at each station and record results in IAN.

## Lesson 14-2, 14-7/ Using customary units of Weight/Volume & Metric

Inquiry Stations follow tasks at each station and record results in IAN.

## Lesson 14-3, 14-8/ Using customary units of Weight & Metric

Artistic: Draw examples of length, weight, and volume conversions. Shoe how 1
foot = 12 inches, lb to oz, cups to quarts. What conversion is the hardest for you to
remember?
Interpersonal/Linguistic: Center Activity Toss and Talk 14-4* or **
Logical: Use IXL.com website and go to Compare and Convert Metric Units of
lengths, weight, and volume. http://www.ixl.com/math/grade-4

## Lesson 14-9/Changing M etric Units

Interpersonal/Linguistic: Center Activity Quick Questions 14-9* or **
Logical: Use IXL.com website and go to Compare and Convert Customary
Units of lengths, weight, and volume. http://www.ixl.com/math/grade-4
Musical: Metric Conversion Rap by the Metric Crew. Create a chorus for the
song that shares how each part of measurement relates by 10X more or 10X less.

## Lesson 14-5/ W riting to Explain

Interpersonal/Linguistic: Center Activity Teamwork 14-5* or **
Artistic: Create a comic where characters explain how they solve a math problem.
Logical: Create a flow map that illustrates the steps to solve a math problem.

Dessert: Go to the Dessert Table and choose one AFTER you have completed 3 or 4
meals. Then reflect in your IAN with your thoughts and question.

Main

## Interpersonal/Linguistic: Center Activity Quick Questions 14-10* or **

Artistic: Create a foldable that shows how to convert between units of time.
Logical: Use IXL.com website and go to Convert Time Units (O.1)
http://www.ixl.com/math/grade-4

## Lesson 14-11/W orking Backwards

Interpersonal/Linguistic: Center Activity: Teamwork 14-11* or **
Artistic: Create a comic that shows two characters solving a real life problem
working backwards.
Logical: Create a flow chart that shows the steps to working backwards.

Inquiry Stations follow tasks at each station and record results in IAN.

## When all meals (lessons) complete,

see teacher for final UNIT assessment

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