PASS Objective
Algebraic Reasoning
pg. 16
  • use variables as unknowns
  • use variables as changing quanitities

base, composite
Algebraic Reasoning
pg. 20
  • use variables in generalizations of patterns
  • use variables to describe general rules
  • use numerical/pictorial equations
to express mathematical relation
  • use representations such as graphs, tables, and equations to draw conclusions
  • demonstrate how a change in one variable affects change in another
  • identify and compare situations with constant or varying rates of change

distributive property,
Number Sense
pgs. 24 & 28
  • select and apply representations of decimals to solve problems
  • use representations of decimals to model and analyze real world situations
  • translate representations of fractions and decimals
  • recognize commonly used fractions and decimals
  • organize fractions and decimals
2:1, 1a

Number Sense
pgs. 31,35,38, & 41
  • identify connections between fractions, decimals, and percents
  • translate representations of fractions and percents
  • translate representations of decimals and percents
  • make multiple representations of percents
  • use percents to organize, record, and communicate math ideas
  • identify basic properties using whole numbers
  • identify mathematical and non situations that use arithmetic properties
  • identify number characteristics
  • determine multiple and factors
2:1, 1c, 1d
2:2, 2a, 2b

thousandths, greatest common factor, least common multiple, prime number, mean
Number Operations and Computation
pgs. 47, 50, 53 & 56
  • estimate the result of operations using decimals
  • use estimation in real-world situations by involving decimals
  • add decimal numbers with same or different place values to to 1,000th place
  • use fractions and mixed numbers to solve problems involving sums and differences in math and real-world contexts
  • use graphs, grids that rep fractions & mixed numbers to solve problems involving products & quotients
  • reduce fractions to simpliest form
  • use fractions with different denominators
  • convert improper fractions to mixed numbers
3:1, 1a
3:2, 2a, 2c

improper fraction
proper fraction, mixed number
Geometry & Measurement
pgs. 61, 64, 67
  • id, compare, & analyze attributes of two and three dimensional figures
  • classify two and three dimensional figures
  • identify and use the concepts of similarity and congruency
  • use formulato find perimeter of a rectangle
  • use formula to find area of a rectangle
  • determine the number of square tiles that would be needed to build a rectangle of a certain area or perimeter
  • compute simple metric unit conversions
  • compute simple customary unit conversions
4:1, 4:2, 4:5

metric prefixes: milli, centi, kilo
plane, straight angle, ray
Data Analysis & Probability
pgs 70, 74, & 78
  • formulate questions that can be answered by data
  • select appropriate representations of data such as tables, bars, circles, or line graphs
  • translate between representations of data
  • compare how representations of data support inferences & predictions
5:1, 1a, 1b,

fair number cube
Data Analysis & Probability
pg 82
  • translate information in data through spread & average
  • compare how representations of data support inferences & predictions
5:1, 1e

Data Analysis & Probability
pg 85
  • predict the probability of outcomes of simple experiments
  • reduce fractions in simplest form
5:2, 2a

Venn Diagram
Data Analysis & Probability
pg 88
  • describe the different possible outcomes of up to five different items
  • answers include lists of numerical representations of possible permutations and combinations
5:2, 2b

deposit, withdraw, balanced