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Everyday Mathematics (EDM) is presented in 8 Units containing 12-15 lessons each. Summative assessments conclude each unit. In addition, odd-numbered units contain an Open Response assessment and even-numbered units contain a Cumulative Review assessment.

EDM is aligned with the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and focuses on procedures, concepts and application in

Throughout EDM there is an emphasis placed on:

5th grade math is broken into five domains and 11 clusters (see below). The 28 individual core standards all fall under one of the 11 clusters. Summative assessments and SB report cards will be done by cluster and will be used to show how well students can independently demonstrate mastery of each cluster of standards. All grading will be done by using the Magic 6 Rubric below.

******Grade 5 Mathematics**Everyday Mathematics (EDM) is presented in 8 Units containing 12-15 lessons each. Summative assessments conclude each unit. In addition, odd-numbered units contain an Open Response assessment and even-numbered units contain a Cumulative Review assessment.

EDM is aligned with the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and focuses on procedures, concepts and application in

__three critical areas__:- developing fluency with addition and subtraction of fractions, and understanding multiplication and division of fractions in some limited cases
- developing fluency with whole-number and decimal operations to the thousandths, dividing with 2-digit divisors and integrating decimals into the place-value system
- developing an understanding of volume

Throughout EDM there is an emphasis placed on:

- problem-solving in everyday situations
- a spiral design that revisits topics regularly to ensure depth of knowledge
- daily practice through games and other activities
- supporting “productive struggles” and maintaining high cognitive demand
- lessons and activities that engage all students and make math fun

__Domains, Clusters and Grading__5th grade math is broken into five domains and 11 clusters (see below). The 28 individual core standards all fall under one of the 11 clusters. Summative assessments and SB report cards will be done by cluster and will be used to show how well students can independently demonstrate mastery of each cluster of standards. All grading will be done by using the Magic 6 Rubric below.

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__Standards of Mathematical Practice__Students will also be provided many opportunities to engage in the Common Core’s mathematical practices and to foster habits that help with the enjoyment of math and the ability to use it effectively. The practice standards emphasize problem-solving, reasoning, math modeling, use of multiple representations, communication and collaboration. The eight standards are below.