This is the PDF file for printing the complete standards document, including all elementary standards, with appropriate footnotes. This includes Tables 1 & 2, which are essential for considering the progression of word problems in grades K-5. The tables are located on pages 88-90 in the glossary.
This document provides some everyday events that can be used to help students develop a conceptual understanding of addition and subtraction of integers. Also, it shows how teachers can use number lines, two-sided counters, and linking cubes to assist in understanding of adding/subtracting integers.
This unit was developed by the GA Dept of Education as a part of their 7th Grade CCSS Aligned Curriculum. You may visit their site for the rest of the curriculum documents, here.
This ppt was developed to help teachers see different ways to teach operations with integers. This presentation will be updated again, soon. Please check back again.
Presented at KEDC's Summer Mathematics Leadership Netwok Meeting. Session was designed for math teachers in grades 8-12.
Congruence and Similarity Using Rigid and Non-Rigid Motions--(I love this)
This is an excerpt from an EXCELLENT website that has numerous lessons for teaching the mathematical standards (content and practice). For the shortened PowerPoint Presentation that shows what it looks like to teach congruence and similarity in the way the CCSS/KCAS intened, please click, here. To be redirected to the website that includes a video clip of a student working through a problem and for downloadable lesson resources, please click, here.
These units of instruction were developed in June 2012 by the GA DoE are aligned to the Common Core mathematics standards. Units for grades 6-8 Units for grades 9-12
To reinforce and honor the language of the standards, we have directly correlated the mathematical practice standards to excerpts of mathematics lessons. Just as with content standards, not every lesson reflects all elements of the individual standards for mathematical practice. By representing examples from different classrooms for each standard, we also want to emphasize how many different ways teachers may enact these standards for mathematical practice in their classrooms, with their particular learners. While there is no one "right way," there are multiple examples of successful strategies to launch and sustain these practices. Click the individual standards below to see instances of the practice standards in classroom lessons. Although the practices are presented here individually, it's important to keep in mind that the practices can, and should, be evident together in a lesson. See the Exemplary Lessons Integrating the Standards for Mathematical Practicefor a holistic view of the practices together.
Explore materials and tasks you can use immediately with your students. Inside Mathematics has aligned our tasks and assessment resources with the Common Core State Standards for Mathematical Content. Note that you can make use of these standards through searching by grade level as well as by progression, so we have provided two routes through these tasks and other resources.
Developed in December 2011, the Common Core Standards Writing Team developed this companion document to explain, in depth, the progresion from grade 6 to grade 8 of probability and statistics. Click here for the link to more progressions documents.
Developed in April 2012, the Common Core Standards Writing Team developed this companion document to explain, in depth, the progresion of the high school probability and statistics standards. Click here for the link to more progressions documents.