Learning Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of this course students should be able to:
explain or use examples of keywords  quotient, remainder, dividend, divisor, division, divide, go into, by, factors;
multiply whole numbers with carrying;
estimate products;
memorize division facts;
divide whole numbers without remainder;
divide whole numbers with remainder;
check a division question using multiplication;
estimate quotients;
check multiplication with division;
recognize the relationship between multiplication and division;
divide whole numbers by 10’s, 100’s, and 1000’s;
determine a number’s divisibility by 2, 3, 5, and 9;
demonstrate division by regrouping;
make change up to $100;
apply multiplication to real life situations;
apply multiplication to solve multistep word problems reflecting real life situations;
use manipulatives to explain division;
solve division word problems reflecting real life situations;
solve multioperation word problems;
calculate unit prices using whole numbers;
calculate best buy using whole numbers;
basic prefixes of metric system;
recognize basic metric units;
define basic prefixes of metric system;
explain or use examples of keywords such as perimeter and area;
calculate area of a square;
calculate area of a rectangle;
compare and contrast perimeter and area informally, using a drawing or shape;
apply logical thinking to math operations;
work independently;
ask for help;
receive and respond to feedback;
manage time to complete assignments in and out of class;
recognize personal learning strengths and styles;
use an answer key to mark and selfassess;
locate information in a textbook;
develop a variety of test taking strategies;
check that the question was accurately transferred;
organize computation effectively;
set learning goals to manage time to complete assignments in and out of class;
give and receive help in a respectful manner;
use a variety of test taking strategies;
use critical thinking skills; and
manage frustrations of learning.
Level IV Outcomes
It is expected that students should be able to:
explain or use examples of keywords such as decimal, decimal place value, per, of, by;
identify decimals as part of a whole;
read and write decimals to 10 000ths;
round decimals to a given place;
add decimals;
subtract decimals;
multiply decimals by whole numbers;
multiply decimals by decimals;
divide decimals by whole numbers;
divide decimals by decimals;
divide whole numbers by decimals;
apply decimals to multioperation problems;
use the number line to order and compare;
identify place value to 10 000ths;
compare decimal in order of place value;
multiply decimals by 10, 100, and 1000;
divide decimals by 10, 100, and 1000;
write a cheque and record transactions;
calculate unit price;
use unit price to find the best buy;
calculate expenses (phone, utilities, and groceries);
convert between dollars and cents;
apply addition of decimals in word problems;
apply subtraction of decimals in word problems;
apply multiplication of decimals in word problems;
apply division of decimals in word problems;
apply decimal to multioperation word problems;
explain, using an example, length;
explain, using an example, mass;
explain, using an example, capacity;
explain, using an example, temperature;
convert measurements within the metric system using a conversion chart;
convert measurements within the imperial system;
measure length using an appropriate metric measuring device;
measure length using an appropriate imperial measuring device;
measure mass using an appropriate metric measuring device;
measure mass using an appropriate imperial measuring device;
measure capacity using an appropriate metric measuring device;
measure capacity using an appropriate imperial measuring device;
measure temperature using an appropriate metric measuring device;
measure temperature using an appropriate imperial measuring device;
add same metric units;
add same imperial units;
subtract same metric units;
subtract same imperial units;
use metric conversion without a conversion chart;
add mixed metric units;
subtract mixed metric units;
add mixed imperial units;
subtract mixed imperial units;
calculate perimeter and area of squares and rectangles with decimals;
apply logical thinking to math operations;
independently track progress and set learning goals;
manage time to complete assignments in and out of class;
give and receive help in a respectful manner;
use a variety of test taking strategies;
use critical thinking skills; and
manage frustrations of learning.
