This specialized collection of resources illustrates the range and types of mathematical problems that can be used for the implementation of the mathematics state standards.
New Course Descriptions: Public Opinion Surveys
Request ID: 582 | Abbreviated Title: ABC | Section: Grades Pre-K to 12 Education Course | Grade Group: Elementary
A new course must be created to adapt to the new second grade mathematics common core standards. Currently our courses are aligned with the Florida Standards. The common core standards introduces the incorporation of reading heavily into the mathematics curriculum and many of those standards are not addressed.
The following questionnaire outlines the Standards (a statement describing a specific behavior, action, or competency a student should be able to demonstrate) and Benchmarks (a clear, specific description of knowledge or skill that students should acquire in order to demonstrate achievement of the related standard) currently included in this framework. Please evaluate each Standard and Benchmark and, using the form below rate each one by selected the appropriate rating for the drop down box. Select “Keep” if you feel a line item is an appropriate skills needed to satisfy the justification for this course, “Update” if the item should be updated, “Delete if the item is no longer relevant to this framework.
MACC.K.CC.11: Count to 100 by ones and by tens.
MACC.K.CC.2.5: Count to answer “how many?”
Should a separate course be created to deal with the difference in 2nd grade math common core and state standards?
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