May-June 2019

Targeted competencies:

Using logical mathematical reasoning

Solve mathematical problems

Content:

·         3 digit subtraction with borrowing.

·         Money: link numeration system to money, count money

·         Multiplication: meaning (repeated addition, number line). Building strategies

·         Temperature -> (Degrees Celsius)

·         Symmetry

·         Probability: describe events as certain, impossible, more likely or less likely

·         Data analysis: collect, describe, and organize data using table; interpret tables, bar graphs and pictographs

·         Create, model and solve situational problems

 

·         Problem solving and review of the 5 steps. Which strategies to use.

April

Targeted competencies:

Using logical mathematical reasoning

Solve mathematical problems

Content:

·         3 digit additions with carry over- Building strategies.

·         Money: link numeration system to money, count money

·         Multiplication: meaning (repeated addition, number line). Building strategies

·         Geometry :

ü  Lengths -> measure an object using conventional units (meter, decimeter, centimeter)

ü  Temperature -> (Degrees Celsius)

·         Probability: describe events as certain, impossible, more likely or less likely

·         Create, model and solve situational problems

 

·         Problem solving and review of the 5 steps. Which strategies to use.

March

Targeted competencies:

Using logical mathematical reasoning

Solve mathematical problems

Content:

Money: link numeration system to money, count money

Fractions: represent fractions (halves, thirds, fourths)

Multiplication: meaning (repeated addition, number line). Building strategies

Geometry : Lengths -> measure an object using conventional units ( meter, decimeter,

centimeter)

Create, model and solve situational problems

Problem solving and review of the 5 steps. Which strategies to use.

Continue Mad Minute

 

 

February

Targeted competencies:

 

Using logical mathematical reasoning

Solve mathematical problems

 

Content:

 

  • System of numeration: ones, tens, hundreds place. Review numeration system (representations)
  • Money: link numeration system to money, count money
  • Review of carry-over addition and subtraction with borrowing
  • Use axis graph
  • Review of telling time
  • Create, model and solve situational problems
  • Continue Mad Minute
  • Problem solving and review of the 5 steps. Which strategies to use.

January

Targeted competencies:

Using logical mathematical reasoning

Solve mathematical problems

 

Content:

·         Two digit subtraction with borrowing

·         Solids: recognize, build, name, classify, and characterize solids

·         Building strategies for two digit subtraction

·         Probability: describe events as certain, impossible, more likely, less likely to occur

·         Create, model and solve situational problems

·         Mad Minute and Mental Math

·         Problem solving and review of the 5 steps. Which strategies to use.

 

 

December

Targeted competencies:

Using logical mathematical reasoning

Solve mathematical problems

 

Content:

 

§  System of numeration: unit, tens, hundreds place

§  Building strategies/understanding of place value

§  Identify regularities and properties (1 ten=10 ones, 1 hundred=10 tens )

§  Number decomposition

§  Create, model and solve situational problems

§  Data analysis: collect, describe, and organize data using tables, graphs etc.

§  Continue Mad Minute

 

§  Problem solving and review of the 5 steps. Which strategies to us

§  Telling time

November

Targeted competencies:

 

Using logical mathematical reasoning

Solve mathematical problems

 

Content:

  • Two digit additions with carry over
  • Building strategies for adding two digit numbers with carry over
  • Create, model and solve problems with addition
  • Problem solving and review of the 5 steps. Which strategies to use.
  • Using and reading a calendar
  • Telling time
  • Plane figures: identify, build, draw, compare and name: Square, circle, rectangle, rhombus, triangle
  • Frieze patterns
  • Mad Minute

Evaluations:

 

Grade 2 problem solving (November 22nd )

 

Double digit addition and subtraction no carryover (November 18th)

October

Targeted competencies:

Using logical mathematical reasoning

Solve mathematical problems

 

Content:

  • Writing and drawing numbers from 0 to 100
  • Basic + - 2 digits without carry or borrowing
  • Building strategies for adding and subtracting numbers up to 99
  • Finding the missing data in operations; logical thinking (5-?= )
  • Mad Minute
  • 2D shapes. Identify, build, draw, describe, compare and name plane figures: Circle, square, triangle, ova, rhombus, parallelogram, trapezoid, diamond, pentagon, hexagon, octagon)
  • Non-numerical patterns (colors, shapes)
  • Using and reading a calendar
  • Problem solving and review of the 5 steps. Which strategies to use.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Evaluations :

Problem solving and basic addition and subtraction (October 25th)

 

 

September

Compétences visées :

Utiliser un raisonnement mathématique

Résoudre des problèmes mathématiques

 

Contenu:

Écriture et dessin des nombres de 0 à 100

Symboles <, >, =

Ordre croissant et décroissant

Compter bar bonds de 2, 3, 4, 5, 10 et 20

Révision du concept de base 10 (unité, dizaine, centaine)

Pratiquer les échanges (10 unités = 1 dizaine et 10 dizaines = 1 centaine)

Révision des additions et soustractions de base (Ex. 3+7=?, 2+?=5, ?-6=8)

Mesure du temps : moment de la journée, jour, semaine, mois, hier, aujourd’hui, demain,

saisons, etc.

Utilisation et lecture d’un calendrier

Orientation spatiale : dessus, dessous, devant, derrière, à côté, loin, près, etc.

Résolution de problèmes écrits simples et révision des étapes et des stratégies à utiliser

Début du ‘‘mad minute’’

 

Évaluations :

Écriture et dessin des nombres de 0 à 100

Centaines, dizaines et unités : représentations, échanges, etc.

Additions et soustractions de base