# Teacher Jam Chicago/Schedule/Math

## Contents

### Number Sense

#### Representations

• count with understanding
• skip counting
• recognize "how many"
• recognize equivalent representations of numbers (123 = 100 + 20 + 3)
• concept of odd and even numbers
• describe parts of a whole
• fractions and decimals
• identify prime numbers
• show equivalent represenations (decimal to fractions, and so on)
• know how size of a whole affects size of a part
• represent repeated factors as exponents

#### Operations and Properties

• solve number sentences and word problems
• describe classes of numbers by factors and multiples
• determine if a number is prime or composite
• write prime factorizations of numbers
• recognize inverse relationships

#### Other

• make comparisons of sets (<, >, =)
• identify and express ratios
• model concept of percentage using manipulatives and drawings

### Estimation and Measurement

• identify measureable attributes
• tell time
• describe relationships within units
• show equivalent amounts of money
• area and perimeter
• measure angles
• measurement/estimation strategies (for example, volume/area of irregular shapes)

### Algebra

• describe common and uncommon attributes in a set
• recognize, describe, and extetnd patterns
• describe missing units in a pattern
• identify errors in a pattern
• express properties with variables (for ex, knowing commutative property as m + n = n + m)
• simplify expressions involving like terms

### Geometry

• identify 2d and 3d shapes
• intepret positions relative to space
• recognize symmetry
• translation, rotation, reflection
• identify, draw, label - segments, rays, parallel lines, intersecting lines, perpendicular, obtuse, acute, right
• concave, convex polygons
• ordered pairs
• congruent vs similar
• match cube model (front, side, top drawing)
• tessellations

### Probability

• identify possible/impossible results
• determine all possible outcomes of a situation
• fractional part of a group
• simulation?

• create tables for function rules
• graph
• identify rates of change
• graph simple inequalities on a number line
• plot points (cartesian)
• model problems, draw conclusions
• how change in one quantity can effect others
• inequalities on a number line
• commutative, associative, distributive properties
• identity property
• inverse operations