### 正在進行的四年級數學課程

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#### 包含什麼

###### 評估
I will check in with the parents if the learner is struggling in a specific area. I always welcome questions/comments during the semester.

#### 課堂經歷

###### 美國等級 4
```This ongoing course covers fourth grade math. It has a total of 32 weeks and meets twice per week. It is ongoing, so you may join/leave any week. Each week is a different math objective. My classes are interactive and fun. Learners should be familiar with place value, addition/subtraction, multiplication/division, simple fractions, representing and interpreting data, geometry, and word problems. I like to engage the children and we all problem solve together. I use props, a whiteboard, and fun animated PowerPoint slides during my lessons. I always encourage learner interaction and I check in occasionally with a thumb's up to make sure there are no questions before we proceed. I will send out a worksheet, homework, or other material to be printed each week. I will also let you know if there are other materials that are needed for the week.

The topics for this semester by week:

New sections Fall 2024:
(Monday/Wednesday 11:00 AM ET is below)
Week of September 9: Place Value, numbers to 1,000,000 written in standard form, base-ten, expanded form and word form
Week of September 16: Compare 2 numbers
Week of September 23: Round numbers to any place
Week of September 30: Adding and subtracting multi-digit whole numbers
Week of October 7: Word problems with addition and subtraction
Week of October 14: Multiplication Facts to 12 x 12
Week of October 21: Multiplication up to four digits by one-digit
Week of October 28: Multiplication two-digits by two-digits
Week of November 4: Multiplication word problems
Week of November 11: Division with one-digit divisors
Week of November 18: Division up to four-digit dividends and one-digit divisors
Week of December 2: Division word problems
Week of December 9: Addition, subtraction, multiplication, division multi-step word problems
Week of December 16: Generate and analyze patterns
Week of December 30: Factors and multiples
Week of January 6: Prime and composite numbers
Week of January 13: Practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, division
Week of January 20: Equivalent fractions
Week of January 27: Compare fractions with different numerators and different denominators
Week of February 3: Addition and subtraction of fractions, decompose fractions
Week of February 10: Addition and subtraction of mixed numbers, word problems
Week of February 17: Multiplication of fractions, word problems
Week of February 24: Decimal notation for fractions
Week of March 3: Compare decimal fractions
Week of March 10: Length, mass, word problems
Week of March 17: Volume, time, word problems
Week of March 24: Perimeter
Week of March 31: Area
Week of April 7: Represent and interpret data in fractions
Week of April 14: Angles, measurement of angles
Week of April 21: Geometry – points, lines, line segments, rays, angles
Week of April 28: Geometry – Parallel and perpendicular lines, 2D shapes

Monday/Wednesday 11:00 AM ET
Week of August 12: Division word problems
Week of August 19: Addition, subtraction, multiplication, division word problems
Week of August 26: Generate and analyze patterns
Week of September 2: Factors and multiples
Week of September 9: Prime and composite numbers
Week of September 16: Practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, division
Week of September 23: Equivalent fractions
Week of September 30: Compare fractions with different numerators and different denominators
Week of October 7: Addition and subtraction of fractions, decompose fractions
Week of October 14: Addition and subtraction of mixed numbers, word problems
Week of October 21: Multiplication of fractions, word problems
Week of October 28: Decimal notation for fractions
Week of November 4: Compare decimal fractions
Week of November 11: Length, mass, word problems
Week of November 18: Volume, time, word problems
Week of November 25: Perimeter
Week of December 2: Area
Week of December 9: Represent and interpret data in fractions
Week of December 16: Angles, measurement of angles
Week of December 30: Geometry – points, lines, line segments, rays, angles
Week of January 6: Geometry – Parallel and perpendicular lines, 2D shapes
Week of January 13: Place Value, numbers to 1,000,000 written in standard form, base-ten, expanded form and word form
Week of January 20: Compare 2 numbers
Week of January 27: Round numbers to any place
Week of February 3: Adding and subtracting multi-digit whole numbers
Week of February 10: Word problems with addition and subtraction
Week of February 17: Multiplication Facts to 12 x 12
Week of February 24: Multiplication up to four digits by one-digit
Week of March 3: Multiplication two-digits by two-digits
Week of March 10: Multiplication word problems
Week of March 17: Division with one-digit divisors
Week of March 24: Division up to four-digit dividends and one-digit divisors```
##### 學習目標
```.css-1x99zyk{margin:0;font-family:Ginto Normal,sans-serif;font-size:1.6rem;line-height:1.5;font-weight:400;letter-spacing:0;}Learning Goals:
-Numbers to 1,000,000
-Comparing and rounding numbers
-Multiplication/division
-Word problems
-Patterns
-Factors and multiples
-Prime and composite numbers
-Fractions
-Comparing fractions
-Decimals
-Length, mass, volume, time
-Area and perimeter
-Angles
-Geometry```

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##### 教師專業知識和證書
###### 學士學位 在 心理學 從 Mount Holyoke College
```.css-1i9i5hl{margin:0;font-family:Ginto Normal,sans-serif;font-size:1.6rem;line-height:1.5;font-weight:400;letter-spacing:0;font-size:1.6rem;font-weight:400;line-height:2.4rem;}Hello! My name is Erin Howard. I love teaching young learners. My passion is to help your young learner gain the knowledge and confidence in their basic math skills. My math classes focus on skills such as solving word problems, learning math fact families, place value, telling time, geometry, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

I have my bachelor’s degree from Mount Holyoke College. I have owned a home daycare, privately tutored students in math, and was a teaching assistant in college. I have taught over 8,000 classes online.

My goal is to bring fun, excitement, and passion into my classroom. It is important for young learners to be engaged, actively participate, and enjoy learning. This builds the foundation of how they will view their journey for knowledge in the future. I know I have accomplished this goal when my students continue to return to my classroom, and I see their personal improvement and how proud they are of their progress.

Outside of work, I am a mother of five children, and I have three grandchildren. My children are my pride and joy. My youngest two children are twins. They are nineteen years old and they are sophomores in college. We enjoy cooking, baking, playing with our dog, watching movies, shopping, and taking trips to visit new places.

I look forward to this journey with you and your young learner. I will see you in the classroom.```

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