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### 4年生 1年間の数学 週2回

これは 4 年生の継続クラスで、4 年生の 1 年間のカリキュラムを詳細に教えます。このクラスは週 2 回開催され、毎週独立したトピックを扱います。事前の知識は必要ありません。

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#### このクラスで学べること

###### 米国の学年 4
```This class focuses on teaching fundamental concepts of Math for 4th grade students on an ongoing basis. The topics covered in the class will rotate throughout the year to provide review and practice. Each week, a specific math topic will be introduced and taught in-depth over the course of three sessions to ensure a solid understanding. The class will then move on to a new topic the following week.

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Here are some examples of the types of math topics that will be covered during the year:

Place Value and Number Sense: Understanding the value of digits in different places, comparing and ordering numbers, rounding, and estimating.

Addition and Subtraction: Strategies for adding and subtracting multi-digit numbers, regrouping, and word problem-solving.

Multiplication and Division: Introduction to multiplication as repeated addition, understanding division as sharing or grouping, and learning multiplication and division facts.

Fractions: Identifying and representing fractions, comparing fractions, equivalent fractions, and basic fraction operations.

Geometry: Basic geometry concepts like shapes, angles, symmetry, and basic spatial reasoning.

Measurement: Converting units of measurement, understanding length, weight, volume, and solving measurement word problems.

Time and Money: Reading analog and digital clocks, calculating elapsed time, and working with money and decimals.

Data and Graphs: Collecting and organizing data, creating and interpreting different types of graphs, and drawing conclusions.

Problem-Solving and Critical Thinking: Developing problem-solving skills through various mathematical challenges and puzzles.

Patterns and Relationships: Recognizing and analyzing patterns, sequences, and relationships between numbers.

The class is structured to be engaging and interactive, fostering social interactions among students. It employs a child-led approach to learning, adapting the teaching style to cater to the needs and interests of each student. The use of games, hands-on activities, and discussions aims to ensure high levels of engagement and progression. Homework assignments will be provided for additional math practice, and teachers will be available to answer questions and provide feedback on the homework.  Students who are enrolled for the school year will receive progress reports every 4 weeks if requested.

Here is a breakdown of the topics you will learn each week.

Week of September 2nd- Place Value
Week of September 9th- Interpreting Multiplication Equations
Week of September 16th- Equivalent Fractions
Week of September 23rd- Angles and Lines
Week of September 30th- Angles and Lines
Week of October 7th- Measurement
Week of October 14th- Number Forms and Comparing Numbers
Week of October 21st- Multiplicative comparison word problems
Week of October 28th- Comparing Fractions
Week of November 4th- Classifying Shapes
Week of November 11th- Measurement word problems
Week of November 18th- Rounding
Week of November 25th- NO CLASS Fall Break
Week of December 2nd- Multiplication
Week of December 9th- Multi Step word problems
Week of December 16th- Add and Subtract fractions
Week of December 23rd- NO CLASS Winter Break
Week of December 30th- NO CLASS Winter Break
Week of January 6th- Perimeter
Week of January 13th- Area
Week of January 20th- Add and Subtract Fluency
Week of January 27th- Factors/Prime and composite numbers
Week of February 3rd- Multiplication
Week of February 10th- Multiplying Fractions
Week of February 17th- Angles and fractional parts of a circle
Week of February 24th- Division
Week of March 3rd- Division
Week of March 10th- Fractions as decimals
Week of March 17th- Fractions as decimals
Week of March 24th- Measure and Draw Angles
Week of March 31st- Measure and Draw Angles
Week of April 7th- Comparing Decimals
Week of April 14th- Additive Angles
Week of April 21st- Additive Angles
Week of April 28th- Multiplication
Week of May 5th- Line Plots
Week of May 12th- Rules and Patterns
Week of May 19th- Multi-Step Word Problems
Week of May 26th- Multi-Step Word Problems
Week of June 2nd- Division
Week of June 9th- Add and Subtract fractions
Week of June 16th- Measure and Draw Angles

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Week of June 23rd- Area and Perimeter
Week of June 30th- Multiplication
Week of July 7th- Fractions as decimals
Week of July 14th- Division
Week of July 21st- Multiplying Fractions
Week of July 28th- Factors/Prime and composite numbers
Week of August 4th- Comparing Fractions
Week of August 11th- Line Plots and Graphs
Week of August 18th- Additive Angles```
##### 学習到達目標
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#### その他の情報

###### 受講に必要なもの
`Learners will need the ability to print worksheets, pencils, and paper.  Supplies will be listed in the classroom each week.`

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