Unit 5.

4 Geometry and Measurement Knowing about shapes and how to measure them help us solve problems and make sense of our world.

Unit 5.4 - Geometry and Measurement
Knowing about shapes and how to measure them help us solve problems and make sense of our world. How do I measure one and twodimensional figures? How do I measure threedimensional figures?

What are the properties of geometric figures?

5.4.5- Find the length of vertical or horizontal line segments in the first quadrant of the coordinate system, including problems that require the use of fractions and decimals. 5.4.6 - Record measurement in context to reasonable degree of accuracy using decimals and/or fractions. 5.4.2- Decompose irregular shapes to find perimeter and area. 5.4.1- Solve contextual problems that require calculating the area of triangles and parallelograms.

5.1.1 - Given a series of geometric statements, draw a conclusion about the figure described. 5.4.3 - Identify a threedimensional object from two-dimensional representations of that object and vice versa. 5.4.4 - Solve problems involving surface area and volume of rectangular prisms and polyhedral solids.

Unit 5.4 Geometry and Measurement Knowing about shapes and how to measure them help us solve problems and make sense of our world.

Month

Daily Learning Objectives
Week Day

KIPPsters will be able to
5.4.1 - Identify and define the parts of a Cartesian plane. (Focus on 1st quadrant) 5.4.2 - Name points and lines in the first quadrant of a Cartesian plane.

State Performance Indicators

Topical Essential Questions

Vocabulary and Reference
Graph (2-dimensional) Coordinate plane Plot Ordered pair x-axis y-axis quadrant unit length distance one-dimensional point line segment ray perpendicular lines parallel lines intersecting lines

Assessment Evidence

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5.4.3 - Determine the length, in units, of a vertical or horizontal line segment between two points in the first quadrant of a coordinate plane. [whole numbers] 5.4.4 - Determine the length, in units, of a vertical or horizontal line segment between two points in the first quadrant of a coordinate plane. [rational numbers] Benchmark Focus

February 2011

5.4.5- Find the length of vertical or horizontal line segments in the first quadrant of the coordinate system, (including problems that require the use of fractions and decimals.)

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How do I measure one- and twodimensional figures?

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Unit 5.4 Geometry and Measurement Knowing about shapes and how to measure them help us solve problems and make sense of our world.
Month

Daily Learning Objectives
Week Day

KIPPsters will be able to
5.4.5 - Determine a reference to estimate lengths of common objects. ( U.S. Customary) 5.4.6 - Use a measuring device to measure the length or distance between two points. (U.S. Customary) 5.4.7 - Determine a reference to estimate lengths of common objects. ( Metric System) 5.4.8 - Use a measuring device to measure the length or distance between two points. (Metric System) 5.4.9 - Record measurements of length or distance in contextual problems using a problem solving method.

State Performance Indicators
5.4.5- Find the length of vertical or horizontal line segments in the first quadrant of the coordinate system, (including problems that require the use of fractions and decimals.)

Topical Essential Questions

Vocabulary and Reference
Focus on identify the parts of a ruler and switch from customary to metric. U.S. Customary Inch, foot, yard, mile Fractions: ¼, ½,1/8, 1/16

Assessment Evidence

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February 2011

How do I measure one- and twodimensional figures?

Metric System mm, cm, dm, meter, km Decimal Place Values: thousandths, hundredths, tenths Spiral measurement throughout the unit Problem Solving Methods UPSC DR.QVOSAC

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Benchmark Focus
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5.4.6 - Record measurements in context to reasonable degree of accuracy using decimals and/or fractions.

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Unit 5.4 Geometry and Measurement Knowing about shapes and how to measure them help us solve problems and make sense of our world.
Month

Daily Learning Objectives
Week Day

KIPPsters will be able to
5.4.10 Determine the perimeter of a basic polygon (square, rectangle or triangle) drawn on a coordinate plane and/or of an actual object even when the length of one side is missing. 5.4.11 - Estimate the area of a shape on a coordinate plane by counting squares. 5.4.12 - Calculate the area of a regular shape on a coordinate plane. 5.4.13 Calculate the perimeter of an irregular shape by sectioning (focus on squares/rectangles). 5.4.14 - Calculate the area of an irregular shape by sectioning (focus on squares and rectangles).

State Performance Indicators

Topical Essential Questions

Vocabulary and Reference

Assessment Evidence
Tangram project

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Perimeter Area Unit model Units, unit squared 5.4.2- Decompose irregular shapes to find perimeter and area.

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How do I measure one- and twodimensional figures?

February 2011

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5.4.15 - Define and identify the properties of quadrilaterals.
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5.1.1 - Given a series of geometric statements, draw a conclusion about the figure described.

Classification What are the Naming sides and angles properties of geometric figures? Quadrilaterals Parallelogram Rectangle Rhombus Square

Unit 5.4 Geometry and Measurement Knowing about shapes and how to measure them help us solve problems and make sense of our world.

Month

Daily Learning Objectives
Week Day

KIPPsters will be able to
5.4.16 - Define and identity the properties of triangles.

State Performance Indicators

Topical Essential Questions

Vocabulary and Reference
Classification

Assessment Evidence

February

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5.4.17 - Calculate the perimeter and area of triangles.

5.1.1 - Given a series of geometric statements, draw a conclusion about the figure described.

What are the Naming sides and angles properties of geometric figures? Right angle
How do I measure one- and twodimensional figures?
Acute angle Obtuse angle Congruent Similar

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5.4.18 - Calculate the perimeter and area of parallelograms. 5.4.19 - Calculate the perimeter and area of an irregular shape by sectioning. 5.4.20 - Identify and define the properties of common polyhedrons.

March 2011

5.4.1- Solve contextual problems that require calculating the area of triangles and parallelograms.

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What are the Lines of symmetry properties of geometric figures?

Triangles Angles add to 180 degrees; tearing with triangles to show that they add up to a straight line Isosceles Scalene Equilateral Right triangles Acute triangle Obtuse triangle

Perimeter, area, units, units squared

5.4.21 - Identify a three-dimensional object from two-dimensional representations of that object and vice versa.

Polyhedral (next page)

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Unit 5.4 Geometry and Measurement Knowing about shapes and how to measure them help us solve problems and make sense of our world.
Month

Daily Learning Objectives
Week Day

KIPPsters will be able to
5.4.22 - Calculate the surface area of a rectangular prism and common polyhedral solids. (Intro)

State Performance Indicators
5.1.1 - Given a series of geometric statements, draw a conclusion about the figure described. 5.4.3 - Identify a three-dimensional object from twodimensional representations of that object and vice versa. 5.4.4 - Solve problems involving surface area and volume of rectangular prisms and polyhedral solids.

Topical Essential Questions

Vocabulary and Reference
Common polyhedra Cube, rectangular prism, Triangular prism, tetrahedron, square pyramid, pyramids Faces, vertices, edges, F+V E=2 apex, base Surface area as the combined area of all the surfaces of an object; units squared Volume; units cubed

Assessment Evidence

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5.4.22 - Calculate the surface area of a rectangular prism and common polyhedral solids. 5.4.23 - Calculate the volume of a rectangular prism and common polyhedral solids. (Intro) 5.4.23 - Calculate the volume of a rectangular prism and common polyhedral solids.

March 2011

How do I measure three-dimensional figures?

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Benchmark Focus