Saxon Math Grade 1. GPS Pacing Guide


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1 Saxon Math Grade 1 GPS Pacing Guide
2 GRADE 1 Differentiate Instruction with the Saxon GPS Pacing Guide Taking Students from Where They Are to Where They Need to Be Saxon Math was customized to cover all of the GPS Standards with a difference! Saxon understands the needs of Georgia teachers and students. The 2006 Georgia Adoption is a Transition Adoption for many students since the standards are new, students entering school next year and new to the GPS standards will not have mastered the content from previous grades assumed by the new GPS standards. For ease of use by teachers, Saxon built transition lessons right into the core program. These lessons cover predecessor standards on topics such as place value, basic facts, and operations foundations that are crucial to students success not only at grade level, but also for higher level mathematics. The Saxon GPS Pacing Guide was designed to help teachers differentiate instruction to ensure that all Georgia students have the foundations for success with the new gradelevel GPS standards. 2 Introduction
3 The Pacing Guide helps teachers differentiate instruction by identifying which lessons in Saxon are transitional [predecessor standards], which lessons are gradelevel lessons [key standards], and which lessons are extension/enrichment lessons [advanced standards]. To better help you plan instruction for each Section, scan the Pacing Guide to identify Predecessor Standard and Advanced Standard lessons for that Section. Predecessor Standard Lessons A quick diagnostic check determines whether predecessor standard lessons have been mastered or whether they should be retaught. Do all diagnostic assessments for the Predecessor lessons the first day of each Section. Advanced Standard Lessons It is recommended that these lessons are taught if time permits as they are extensions to key standard lessons. If these lessons are not taught, do not hold students accountable for problems related to these standards on subsequent Written Practice pages and assessments. SAXON MATH 1 Lesson 21  Writing the number 19  Writing addition number sentences Lesson 22  Writing the number 20  Identifying ordinal position to sixth M1N1.a, M1N1.b See diagnostic check MKN1.d Ask: Write the number 20. Have 6 bear counters in a line. Ask: Count the bears in order using ordinal numbers. If student needs a prompt Ask: Count the bears in line beginning with the ordinal number 1 st. 3
4 GRADE 1 SAXON MATH 1 Lesson 1  Identifying today s date Lesson 2  Making towers for the numbers 15 Lesson 3  Writing the numbers 1, 4, and 5 Lesson 4  Making towers for the numbers Ordering the numbers 09 Lesson 5  Placing an object on a graph  Writing the numbers 2, 3, and 7 M1P3 M1N1.a, M1N1.b, * M1N1.a, M1N1.b, M1D1.b Lesson 6  Identifying a circle and a square  Identifying the number of sides and angles of a square MKG1.a Show student a circle and square. Ask: What is this shape called? Show student s square. Ask: How many sides does a square have? Point to them. How many angles does a square have? Point to them. Lesson 7  Graphing a picture in a pictograph  Identifying most and fewest on a graph  Identifying right and left M1G3,M1D1.a, M1D1.b 4
5 SAXON MATH 1 Lesson 8  Writing the numbers 0, 6, 8, and 9 Lesson 9  Ordering sets from smallest to largest  Identifying most and fewest  Ordering numbers from least to greatest Lesson Matching a number to a set  Coloring a bar graph Lesson Written Assessment 1  Oral assessment 1 ProblemSolving Activity 1: Using Logical Reasoning to Solve a Problem Performance Task 1 Lesson 11  Writing the number 10  Identifying morning and afternoon  Identifying fi rst, last, between and middle  Identifying fi rst, second, and third Lesson 12  Writing the number 11  Acting out some, some more and some, some went away stories * M1N1.a M1N1.a, M1N1.b, M1D1.b M1N1.a, M1N1.b, M1P1.b, M1P2, M1P3, M1P1.a M1P1.a, M1P3, M1M2.c, M1G3 M1P1.a 5
6 GRADE 1 SAXON MATH 1 Lesson 13  Writing the number 12  Identifying a triangle  Identifying the number of sides and angles of a triangle  Sorting by one attribute Lesson 14  Writing the number 13  Making a shape on a geoboard  Identifying inside and outside Lesson Writing the number 14  Acting out and drawing pictures for some, some more and some, some went away stories Lesson Written assessment 2  Sorting by one attribute Lesson 16  Writing the number 15  Counting pennies Lesson 17  Writing the number 16  Identifying a number between two number Lesson 18  Writing the number 17  Dividing a solid in half Lesson 19  Writing the number 18  Picturing and combing sets  Graphing a picture on a pictograph M1G1.a, M1G2 M1G2 M1P1.a M1N1.b, M1G3, M1N1.d M1N4 M1N1.b, M1D1.a, M1D1.b, M1P1.a 6
7 SAXON MATH 1 Lesson Counting from 0 to 23 Lesson Written assessment 3  Oral Assessment 2 ProblemSolving Activity 2: Making an Organized List to Solve a Problem Performance Task 2 Lesson 21  Writing the number 19  Writing addition number sentences Lesson 22  Writing the number 20  Identifying ordinal position to sixth Lesson 23  Writing the number 21  Addition facts: doubles to 10 Lesson 24  Writing the number 22  Identifying a rectangle  Identifying the number of sides and angles of a rectangle M1N1.a M1N1.a, M1N1.d, M1G1.a, M1G2 M1P1.a, M1P1.d, M1P1.a, M1P1.d, M1P3, M1N1.a, M1N1.b MKN1.d Ask: Write the number 20. M1N1.a, M1N3.e M1G1.a, M1G2 Have 6 bear counters in a line. Ask: Count the bears in order using ordinal numbers. If student needs a prompt Ask: Count the bears in line beginning with the ordinal number 1st. 7
8 GRADE 1 SAXON MATH 1 Lesson Writing the number 23  Writing number sentences for some, some more stories Lesson Written Assessment 4  Identifying the season: fall Lesson 26  Writing the number 24  Identifying the attributes of pattern blocks Lesson 27  Writing the number 25  Addition facts: doubles to 18 Lesson 28  Writing the number 26  Addition facts: doubles to 18 Lesson 29  Writing the number 27  Identifying lighter and heavier using a balance Lesson Addition facts: doubles to 18 Lesson Written assessment 5  Oral assessment 3 ProblemSolving Activity 3: Looking for a Pattern to Solve a Problem Performance Task 3 M1N1.a, M1N1.b M1N3.h, M1N1.b, M1N1.d M1G1.a, M1G2 M1N3.e M1N3.e M1M1.a M1N1.e M1N1.a, M1N1.b, M1N3.h M1N4.b, M1P1.a, M1P1.a,, M1N4.b 8
9 SAXON MATH 1 Lesson 31  Writing the number 28  Covering designs with pattern blocks Lesson 32  Writing the number 29  Ordering numbers to 20  Adding 1 to a number Lesson 33  Writing the number 30  Writing number sentences for some, some went away stories Lesson 34  Writing the number 31  Counting backward from 10 to 1  Adding 1 to a number Lesson Writing the number 32  Identifying morning, afternoon, evening, and night Lesson Written assessment 6  Measuring length with width using nonstandard units Lesson 36  Writing the number 33  Addition facts: adding 1 Lesson 37  Writing the number 34  Addition facts: adding 1 M1G1.c, M1G2 M1N1.d, M1N3.a M1N1.b, M1N3.d, M1N3.h M1N1.a, M1N3.e, M1N3.h M1P4, M1N1.a, M1N1.b, M1N3.h M1N1.b, M1N3.a M1N1.b, M1N3.a, M1N3.e 9
10 GRADE 1 SAXON MATH 1 Lesson 38  Writing the number 35  Sorting items and creating a graph Lesson 39  Writing the number 36  Weighing objects using nonstandard units Lesson Finding a sum by counting on  Making and reading a bar graph Lesson Written assessment 7  Oral assessment 4 ProblemSolving Activity 4: Using Logical Reasoning to Solve a Problem Performance Task 4 M1N1.b, M1D1.a, M1D1.b M1M1.b, M1N3.e, M1D1.b, MD1.a M1N3.e, M1G2, M1P1.a, M1P1.b, M1P1.c M1G2, M1P1.a, M1G2, M1P1.a, M1P3, Lesson 41  Writing the number 37  Addition facts: adding 0 Lesson 42  Writing the number 38  Covering a design in different ways  Identifying identical designs Lesson 43  Writing the number 39  Counting by 10 s to 100 M1N3.e M1G1.c, M1G2 M1N1.b, M1N3.b 10
11 SAXON MATH 1 Lesson 44  Writing the number 40  Subtraction facts: subtracting 1 Lesson Writing the number 41  Subtraction facts: subtracting 1 Lesson Written assessment 8 Lesson 46  Writing the number 42  Counting dimes Lesson 47  Writing the number 43  Counting by 2 Lesson 48  Writing the number 44  Telling time to the hour Lesson 49  Writing the number 45  Subtracting facts: subtracting 0 and subtracting a number from itself Lesson Estimating the capacity of containers  Ordering containers by capacity M1N1.b, M1N3.a, M1N3.d, M1N3.f M1N1.b, M1N3.a, M1N3.d, M1N3.f M1N3.a, M1N3.e, M1N3.f, M1P1.a, M1P1.b, M1P1.c M1N1.e, M1N3.a, M1N3.b M1N3.b M1M2.a M1N3.e M1M1.a 11
12 GRADE 1 SAXON MATH 1 Lesson Written assessment 9  Oral assessment 5 ProblemSolving Activity 5: Drawing a Picture to Solve a Problem Performance Task 5 Lesson 51  Written assessment 9  Oral assessment 5  Drawing a picture to solve a problem Lesson 52  Writing the number 47  Identifying and locating numbers on a hundred number chart Lesson 53  Writing the number 48  Counting dimes and pennies Lesson 54  Writing the number 49  Identifying a line of symmetry  Creating a design with a line of symmetry Lesson Writing the number 50  Drawing a line of symmetry  Identifying one half of a whole  Writing the fraction one half M1N1.a, M1N3.e, M1M2.b, M1P1.b, M1P1.c M1P1.a, M1P1.d, M1P1.a, M1P1.d, M1P3, M1N1.d, M1N3.b, M1N4.b M1N4.b M1N1.e, M1N2.b M1G1.c*, M1N4.c 12
13 SAXON MATH 1 Lesson Written assessment 10  Estimating and measuring the capacity of container using nonstandard units  Writing a twodigit number for a set of objects  Comparing and ordering twodigit numbers Lesson 56  Writing the number 51  Identifying odd and even numbers Lesson 57  Writing the number 52  Numbering a clockface  Showing time to the hour on a clock Lesson 58  Writing the number 53  Adding 2 to an even number Lesson 59  Writing the number 54  Adding 2 to an odd number Lesson Covering a design with pattern blocks  Sorting, counting and recording the pattern blocks used to cover a design Lesson Written assessment 11  Oral assessment 6 M1N1.b, M1N1.d, M1N2.b, M1N3.f, M1M1.b, M1P1.a, M1P1.b, M1P1.c M1N4.b M1M2.a M1N4.b M1N4.b M1G1.c, M1G2 M1N1.b, M1M2.a, M1D1.a, M1D1.b, M1P1.a, M1P1.b, M1P1.c 13
14 GRADE 1 SAXON MATH 1 ProblemSolving Activity 6: Looking for a Pattern to Solve a Problem Performance Task 6 Lesson 61  Writing the number 55  Addition facts: adding 2 Lesson 62  Writing the number 56  Comparing and ordering objects by length Lesson 63  Writing the number 57  Writing the numbers 010 using words Lesson 64  Writing the number 58  Identifying pairs Lesson Writing the number 59  Graphing pieces used to cover a design  Reading a graph Lesson Written assessment 12  Identifying the season: winter M1G2, M1P1.a, M1P1.d, M1G2, M1P1.a, M1P1.d, M1P3, M1N3.b, M1N3.e M1M1.a M1D1.a, M1D1.b M1N1.a, M1N1.d, M1N3.e, M1N4.b, M1M2.a, M1P1.a, M1P1.b, M1P1.c 14
15 SAXON MATH 1 Lesson 66  Writing the number 60  Writing money amounts using the cent symbol  Paying for items using dimes and pennies Lesson 67  Writing the number 61  Dividing a square into halves  Creating a picture or design using overlapping shapes Lesson 68  Writing the number 62  Subtraction facts: subtracting 2 Lesson 69  Writing the number 63  Subtraction facts: subtracting 2 Lesson Tallying  Counting by 5 s Lesson Written assessment 13  Oral assessment 7 M1N1.e M1N4.c, M1G1.c M1N3.e, M1N4.b M1N3.b, M1N3.e M1N3.b, M1D1.a M1N1.a, M1N3.a, M1N3.e, M1N3.h, M1G3, ProblemSolving Activity 7: Drawing a Picture to Solve a Problem Performance Task 7 M1N3.h, M1P1.a, M1P1.b, M1N3.h, M1P1.a, M1P1.b, M1P3, 15
16 GRADE 1 SAXON MATH 1 Lesson 71  Writing the number 64  Using a ruler to draw a line segment M2M1.c Lesson 72  Writing the number 65  Sorting common objects Lesson 73  Writing the number 56  Adding twodigit numbers using dimes and pennies (without regrouping) Lesson 74  Writing the number 67  Adding twodigit numbers using dimes and pennies (without regrouping) Lesson Writing the number 65  Adding twodigit numbers using dimes and pennies (without regrouping) Lesson Written assessment 14  Estimating and measuring area using nonstandard units: combining geometric shapes to make new geometric shapes Lesson 76  Writing the number 69  Addition facts: showing doubles plus 1 facts M1N1.e, M1N3.g M1N1.e, M1N3.g M1N1.e, M1N3.g M1N1.a, M1N1.d, M1N3.e, M1M2.a, M1M2.b, M1P1.a, M1P1.b, M1P1.c M1N3.e 16
17 SAXON MATH 1 Lesson 77  Writing the number 70  Addition facts: identifying the doubles plus 1 facts Lesson 78  Writing the number 71  Addition facts: doubles plus 1 facts Lesson 79  Writing the Number 72  Addition Facts: doubles plus 1 facts Lesson Addition facts: doubles plus 1 facts Lesson Written assessment 15  Oral assessment 8 ProblemSolving Activity 8: Guessing and Checking to Solve a Problem; Acting It Out to Solve a Problem Performance Task 8 Lesson 81  Writing the number 73  Adding twodigit numbers (without regrouping) M1N3.e M1N3.e M1N3.e M1N3.e M1N1.a, M1N1.d, M1N1.e, M1N3.b, M1N3.e, M1N4.b, M1G3, M1P1.a, M1P1.b, M1P1.c M1N3.h, M1P1.a, M1P1.d, M1N3.h, M1P1.a, M1P1.d, M1P3, M1N1.e, M1N3.g 17
18 GRADE 1 SAXON MATH 1 Lesson 82  Writing the number 74  Identifying how many more on a graph Lesson 83  Writing the number 75  Identifying and making congruent shapes Lesson 84  Writing the number 76  Counting large collections  Grouping by 10 s Lesson Writing the number 77  Trading pennies for dimes Lesson Written assessment 16  Rounding a number to the nearest multiple of 10 M1D1.a, M1D1.b M1G1.c*, M1N3.b M1N1.e M1N1.d, M1N2.a, M1N3.c, M1N4.c, M1D1.a, M1P1.a, M1P1.b, M1P1.c Lesson 86  Writing the number 78  Adding twodigit numbers using dimes and pennies (with regrouping) M2N2.a Lesson 87  Writing the number 79  Telling time to the half hour Lesson 88  Writing the number 80  Dividing a square into fourths  Coloring halves and fourths M1M2.a M1N4.c 18
19 SAXON MATH 1 Lesson 89  Writing the number 81  Adding 10 to a number Lesson Counting by 10 s from a single digit number Lesson Written assessment 17  Oral assessment 9 ProblemSolving Activity 9: Drawing a Picture to Solve a Problem Performance Task 9 Lesson 91  Writing the number 82  Adding 10 to a number Lesson 92  Writing the number 83  Comparing and ordering numbers to 100 Lesson 93  Writing the number 84  Counting by 100 s Lesson 94  Writing the number 85  Addition facts: sums of 10  Identifying a missing addend Lesson Writing the number 86  Addition facts: sums of 10 M1N3.g M1N3.b M1N1.a, M1N3.b, M1N3.f, M1N3.g, M1M2.b, M1D1.b, M1D1.d M1N3.h, M1P1.b,, M1N3.h, M1P1.b, M1P3, M1N3.b M1N1.d M1N3.c M1N3.c 19
20 GRADE 1 SAXON MATH 1 Lesson Written assessment 18  Estimating and measuring length using nonstandard units  Comparing the size of the unit and the number of units used to measure an object Lesson 96  Writing the number 87  Drawing congruent shapes and designs Lesson 97  Writing the number 88  Measuring and drawing line segments to the nearest inch Lesson 98  Writing the number 89  Counting nickels Lesson 99  Writing the number 90  Counting nickels and pennies Lesson Ordering events by time Lesson Written assessment 19  Oral assessment 10 ProblemSolving Activity 10: Making an Organized List to Solve a Problem Performance Task 10 M1N1.a, M1N3.f, M1N3.g, M1M1.a, M1M1.b, M1P1.a, M1P1.b, M1P1.c M1G1.c*, M2M1.c M1N1.d, M1N1.e M1N1.d, M1N1.e M1M2.c* M1N1.a, M1N3.b, M1N4.c, M1M2.b M1P1.a, M1P1.a, M1P3, 20
21 SAXON MATH 1 Lesson Writing the number 91  Subtracting facts: subtracting a number from 10 Lesson Writing the number 92  Subtraction facts: subtracting a number from 1 Lesson Writing the number 93  Identifying dozen and half dozen  Identifying the number of months in a year Lesson Writing the number 94  Estimating and measuring distances using feet  Creating a measuring tool Lesson Writing the number 95  Addition facts: adding 9 Lesson Written assessment 20  Identifying one, fi ve, ten, and twentydollar bills Lesson Writing the number 96  Addition facts: adding 9 Lesson Writing the number 97  Identifying one half, one third, and one sixth M1N3.f M1N3.f M1M2.b M1M1.c M1N3.f M1N1.a, M1N1.f, M1N1.g, M1N4.b, M1M2.b, M1M2.d M1N3.f M1N4.c 21
22 GRADE 1 SAXON MATH 1 Lesson Writing the number 98  Using comparison symbols (>, <, and =) Lesson Writing the number 99  Dividing a set of objects by sharing Lesson Identifying quart, gallon, and liter  Estimating and measuring the capacity of a container in cups Lesson Written assessment 21  Oral assessment 11 ProblemSolving Activity 11: Acting It Out to Solve a Problem; Drawing a Picture to Solve a Problem Performance Task 11 Lesson Writing the number Addition facts: four of the last eight facts Lesson Writing the number Identifying geometric solids (cones and spheres) M1N1.c M1N4.a M1M1.a M1N1.a, M1M2.b, M1D1.a, M1D1.b, M1P1.a, M1P1.b, M1P1.c M1N3.h, M1P1.a, M1N3.h, M1P1.a, M1P3, M1N3.f M1G1.b 22
23 SAXON MATH 1 Lesson Writing the number Using bills to pay for items to $20 Lesson Writing the number Adding three singledigit numbers Lesson Writing the number Addition facts: the last four facts Lesson Written assessment 22  Identifying the season: spring Lesson Writing the number Counting dimes, nickels, and pennies  Using coins to pay for items to $1 Lesson Writing the number Identifying fractional parts of a whole Lesson Writing the number Graphing tags on a bar graph  Writing observations about a graph M1N1.f M1N3.f*, M1N3.f M1N1.a, M1N3.b, M1N3.f, M1M2.b, M1P1.a., M1P1.b, M1P1.c M1N1.e M1N4.c M1D1.a, M1D1.b 23
24 GRADE 1 SAXON MATH 1 Lesson Writing the number Measuring and drawing line segments to the nearest centimeter M2M1.c Lesson Identifying geometric solids (cubes and cylinders) Lesson Written assessment 23  Oral assessment 12 ProblemSolving Activity 12: Acting It Out to Solve a Problem; Guessing and Checking to Solve a Problem Performance Task 12 Lesson Writing the number Subtraction facts: differences of 1 M1G1.b M1N1.a, M1N1.d, M1N3.g, M1N4.c, M1M2.b, M1P1.a, M1P1.b, M1P1.c M1N1.e, M1P1.a, M1N1.e, M1P1.a, M1P3, M1N3.f Lesson Writing the number Identifying a fractional part of a set M2N4.a Lesson Writing the number Subtracting 10 from a number M1N3.b, M1N3.f 24
25 SAXON MATH 1 Lesson Writing the number Identifying and drawing polygons Lesson Writing the number Subtraction facts: differences of 2 Lesson Written assessment 24  Identifying geometric solids (rectangular prisms) Lesson Writing the number Identifying and counting quarters  Showing money amounts using coins Lesson Writing the number Subtracting twodigit numbers (without regrouping) Lesson Writing the number Identifying cold, cool, warm, and hot temperatures  Reading a thermometer to the nearest 10 degrees Lesson Writing the number Subtraction facts: subtracting half of a double M1G1.a M1N3.f M1N3.b, M1N3.h, M1G1.b, M1D1.b M1N1.e M1N3.g M1P3, M1P4, M1N3.c 25
26 GRADE 1 SAXON MATH 1 Lesson Identifying events as certain, likely, or impossible Lesson Written assessment 25  Oral assessment 13 ProblemSolving Activity 13: Drawing a Picture to Solve a Problem; Using a Table to Solve a Problem Performance Task 13 Lesson Writing the number Identifying and counting hundreds, tones, and ones Lesson Writing the number Writing addition and subtraction fact families  Subtraction facts: 94, 9, 93, and 96 M1P3 M1N1.a, M1N3.g, M1G1.a, M1D1.a, M1P1.a, M1P1.b, M1P1.c M1N3.b, M1P1.a, M1N3.b, M1P1.a, M1P3, M1N2 M1N3.f Lesson Writing the number Representing numbers to 500 using pictures M2N1.b Lesson Writing the number Writing addition and subtraction fact families  Subtraction facts: 73, 74, 83, and 85 M1N3.f 26
27 SAXON MATH 1 Lesson Written assessment 26  Writing the number Identifying the season: summer Lesson A  Using known facts to learn new subtraction facts with minuends greater than 10 Lesson B  Estimating and weighing objects using nonstandard units  Exploring standard units of mass Lesson C  Determining the most effi cient way to solve a problem (mentally, paper/ pencil, or calculator) M1N3.b, M1N3.g, M1N3.h M1N3.f M1M1.b M1P1.d Total Days
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