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Eureka Math Grade K Study Guide. Common Core Mathematics

  • ID: 2986030
  • Book
  • August 2015
  • 168 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd

A Story of Units®

The team of teachers and mathematicians who created Eureka Math believe that it′s not enough for students to know the process for solving a problem; they need to know why that process works. That′s why students who learn math with Eureka can solve real–world problems, even those they have never encountered before.

The Study Guides are a companion to the Eureka Math program, whether you use it online or in print. The guides collect the key components of the curriculum for each grade in a single volume. They also unpack the standards in detail so that anyone even non–Eureka users can benefit. The guides are particularly helpful for teachers or trainers seeking to undertake or lead a meaningful study of the grade level content in a way that highlights the coherence between modules and topics.

Eureka Math is here to make sure you succeed with an ever–growing library of resources. Take advantage of the full set of Study Guides for each grade, PK–12, and the materials available at eureka–math.org, such as free implementation and pacing guides, materials lists, parent resources, and more.

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Introduction by Lynne Munson vii

From the Writers by Melanie Gutierrez ix

Foreword by Scott Baldridge xi

How to Use This Book xiii

Chapter 1 Introduction to Eureka Math 1

Vision and Storyline 1

Advantages to a Coherent Curriculum 2

Chapter 2 Major Mathematical Themes in Each Grade Band 5

Year–Long Curriculum Maps for Each Grade Band 5

Math Content Development for PreK 5: A Story of Units 5

How A Story of Units Aligns with the Instructional Shifts 10

How A Story of Units Aligns with the Standards for Mathematical Practice 14

Chapter 3 Grade–Level Content Review 17

Rationale for Module Sequence in Kindergarten 18

Chapter 4 Curriculum Design 23

Approach to Module Structure 23

Approach to Lesson Structure 24

Approach to Assessment 32

Chapter 5 Approach to Differentiated Instruction 35

Scaffolds for English Language Learners 36

Scaffolds for Students with Disabilities 37

Scaffolds for Students Performing below Grade Level 39

Scaffolds for Students Performing above Grade Level 40

Chapter 6 Grade–Level Module Summary and Unpacking of Standards 41

Module 1: Numbers to 10 41

Module 2: Two–Dimensional and Three–Dimensional Shapes 53

Module 3: Comparison of Length, Weight, Capacity, and Numbers to 10 59

Module 4: Number Pairs, Addition and Subtraction to 10 68

Module 5: Numbers 10 20 and Counting to 100 80

Module 6: Analyzing, Comparing, and Composing Shapes 87

Chapter 7 Mathematical Models 93

Array and Area Models 94

Base–Ten Blocks 95

Bundles 96

Money 97

Number Bond 98

Number Disks 100

Number Line 101

Number Path 103

Number Towers 104

Place Value Chart 105

Rekenrek 107

Tape Diagram 108

Ten–Frame 110

Chapter 8 Terminology 113

Grade PreK 113

Grade K 116

Grade 1 118

Grade 2 120

Grade 3 123

Grade 4 125

Grade 5 128

Notes 131

Board of Trustees 133

Eureka Math Study Guide: A Story of Units Contributors 135

Index 137

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