AndersonMill – 5th Grade MATH ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS

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5th Grade MATH ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS

· What patterns can we identify in the places of numbers?

· How does the position of a number determine its value?

· What is the purpose of the decimal place?

· How are decimal numbers different from whole numbers?

· What methods can be used to solve mathematical/real world problems?

· How can we determine which skills or strategies can be used to simplify the problem solving process?

· How can we determine reasonable results when solving problems?

· How do we know whether to estimate or compute for exact answers?

How does partitioning of numbers and using flexible methods make computation easier?

PATTERNS AND RELATIONSHIPS

· What are characteristics of prime/composite numbers?

· How do you write a whole number as a set of factors?

· How can divisibility rules assist you in finding factors of a number?

· How are patterns recognized, extended, and generalized with both words and symbols?

· How are lists, tables, charts, and diagrams used to illustrate mathematical relationships?

· How can you identify relationships between pairs of numbers in a table?

· What symbols represent number relationships in an equation?

· What is a variable?

How are variables used in equations?

· What is area and how does it relate to the attribute of an individual figure?

· What is perimeter and how does it relate to the attribute of an individual figure?

· What is volume and how does it relate to the attribute of an individual figure?

· What tools and units of measurement can be reasonably used to determine length, area and volume?

How can area, perimeter, and volume help us to solve problems in everyday life?

· What are different ways to display data?

· How can data be used to answer questions?

· Why is it important to organize data?

How are coordinates used to find a point a point on a plane?

· How can a whole number be represented by fractional parts of equal sized portions?

· What is an equivalent fraction?

· What fractional expressions can be used to represent numbers greater than one?

· How can you create equivalent fractions?

· How do you create an equivalent mixed number for an improper fraction?

· How can an improper fraction be generated from a mixed number?

· What methods can be used to compare fractions?

· How are common denominators used to compare fractions?

· What does the denominator represent in a fraction?

· What does the numerator represent in a fraction?

· How can addition/subtraction of fractions be represented by objects, pictures, words and numbers?

· What are real world situations when fractions are used to represent numbers?

· What are real world situations when decimals are used to represent numbers?

· How can fractions and decimals be written in equivalent forms?

What kinds of models can be used to represent fractions and decimals?

· How can the probability of an event be determined/predicted?

· How can the probability of future events be recorded on a scale?

· How do experimental results affect predictions for probability?

What is used to determine the total possible outcomes in a situation?

· What different ways can a shape be moved on a plane or in space?

· How does a shape translate?

· How does a shape reflect?

· How does a shape rotate?

· How is the coordinate system used ?

· What is used to compare shapes?

· How do the terms parallel, perpendicular, and congruent relate and help identify two and three-dimensional shapes?

How do characteristics help identify geometric figures?

· How are units within the same system (customary/metric) related?

· What appropriate methods/units of measurement are necessary to produce solutions to real world problems?

· How is the TAKS measurement chart useful?

· How does the metric system relate to multiples of 10?

· What are the abbreviations for measurement units?

· How are lists, tables, charts, and diagrams used to illustrate mathematical relationships?

· How can you identify relationships between pairs of numbers in a table?

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