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Unit 5.4 - Understanding geometric properties and


knowing how to make accurate measurements help us
solve problems and make sense of our world.

How do I measure What are the How do I


one and two- properties of measure three-
dimensional geometric dimensional
figures? figures? figures?

5.4.5- Find the length of vertical or 5.1.1 - Given a series of


horizontal line segments in the first geometric statements, draw
quadrant of the coordinate system, a conclusion about the
including problems that require the figure described.
use of fractions and decimals. 5.4.3 - Identify a three- 5.4.4 - Solve problems
dimensional object from involving surface area
5.4.6 - Record measurement in context
two-dimensional and volume of
to reasonable degree of accuracy using
representations of that rectangular prisms and
decimals and/or fractions.
object and vice versa. polyhedral solids.
5.4.2- Decompose irregular shapes to
find perimeter and area.
5.4.1- Solve contextual problems that
require calculating the area of
triangles and parallelograms.
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5.4.1 - Identify and define the parts of a


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Graph (2-dimensional)
Cartesian plane. (Focus on 1st Coordinate plane
quadrant) Plot
Ordered pair
5.4.2 - Name points and lines in the first 5.4.5- Find the length of x-axis
quadrant of a Cartesian plane. vertical or horizontal line y-axis
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segments in the first quadrant


quadrant of the
unit
coordinate system,
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length
5.4.3 - Determine the length, in units, of a (including problems that distance
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How do I measure
vertical or horizontal line segment require the use of one-dimensional
one- and two-
between two points in the first fractions and decimals.) point
dimensional line
quadrant of a coordinate plane. [whole
figures? segment
numbers] ray
perpendicular lines
parallel lines
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intersecting lines
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5.4.4 - Determine the length, in units, of a 5.4.5- Find the length of Focus on identify the
vertical or horizontal line segment vertical or horizontal parts of a ruler and
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between two points in the first line segments in the switch from customary
first quadrant of the to metric.
quadrant of a coordinate plane.
coordinate system,
[rational numbers] U.S. Customary
(including problems that
5.4.5 - Determine a reference to estimate require the use of Inch, foot, yard, mile
lengths of common objects. ( U.S. fractions and decimals.) Fractions: ¼, ½,1/8, 1/16
Customary) How do I measure
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one- and two- Metric System


5.4.6 - Use a measuring device to measure the dimensional mm, cm, dm, meter, km
length or distance between two points. 5.4.6 - Record figures? Decimal Place Values:
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(U.S. Customary) measurements in thousandths,


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5.4.7 - Determine a reference to estimate context to reasonable hundredths, tenths


lengths of common objects. ( Metric degree of accuracy
System) Spiral measurement
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using decimals and/or throughout the unit


fractions.
5.4.8 - Use a measuring device to measure the
length or distance between two points. Problem Solving
(Metric System) Methods
5.4.9 - Record measurements of length or UPSC
distance in contextual problems using a DR.QVOSAC
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problem solving method.

Benchmark Focus
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5.4.10 - Estimate the area of a shape on a
coordinate plane by counting squares. Tangram project
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Perimeter
Area
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Unit model
5.4.11 - Calculate the area and perimeter of a Units, unit squared
5.4.2- Decompose
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regular shape on a coordinate plane.


irregular shapes to
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find perimeter and How do I measure


area. one- and two-
dimensional
5.4.12 - Calculate the area and perimeter of an figures?
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irregular shape by sectioning.

5.4.12 - Calculate the area and perimeter of an


irregular shape by sectioning.
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5.4.13 - Define and identify the properties of Classification
Naming sides and angles
quadrilaterals.
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5.1.1 - Given a series Quadrilaterals


of geometric Parallelogram
statements, draw a What are the Rectangle
conclusion about the properties of Rhombus
5.4.14 - Define and identity the properties of geometric figures? Square
figure described.
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triangles.
Right angle
Acute angle
5.4.1- Solve Obtuse angle
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contextual problems Congruent


5.4.15 - Calculate the perimeter and area of How do I measure Similar
that require one- and two-
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parallelograms.
calculating the area of dimensional Triangles
triangles and figures? Angles add to 180 degrees;
parallelograms. tearing with triangles to show
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that they add up to a straight


5.4.16 - Calculate the perimeter and area of line
triangles. . Isosceles
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Scalene
Equilateral
Right triangles
Acute triangle
5.4.17 - Identify and define the properties of What are the Obtuse triangle

common polyhedrons. properties of Lines of symmetry


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geometric figures?
Perimeter, area, units, units
squared

Polyhedral À (next page)


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5.4.18 - Identify a three-dimensional object Common polyhedra
5.1.1 - Given a series What are the Cube, rectangular prism,
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from two-dimensional
representations of that object and of geometric properties of Triangular prism,
statements, draw a geometric figures? tetrahedron, square
vice versa.
conclusion about the pyramid, pyramids
5.4.19 - Calculate the surface area of a figure described.
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rectangular prism and common Faces, vertices, edges,


5.4.3 - Identify a How do I measure F+VʹE=2
polyhedral solids. (Intro)
three-dimensional three-dimensional apex, base
object from two- Surface area as the
figures?
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5.4.19 - Calculate the surface area of a dimensional combined area of all the
rectangular prism and common representations of surfaces of an object;
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polyhedral solids. that object and vice units squared


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versa.
5.4.20 - Calculate the volume of a rectangular Volume; units cubed
5.4.4 - Solve problems
prism and common polyhedral solids.
involving surface area
(Intro)
and volume of
5.4.20 - Calculate the volume of a rectangular rectangular prisms
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prism and common polyhedral solids. and polyhedral solids.

Benchmark Focus
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