Common Core Math - Grade 4 - Module 1

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Published 3/2015 English

Course Description

Common Core is a new math curriculum that has been adopted across the nation by many K - 8 schools. These courses are taking common math equations and greatly expanding the formulas and processes for solving equations. What we formerly just accepted with rote memorization, is now a complex sequence of steps that is designed to teach children the theory of math and now you will have the tools to simplify these principles for your student.

This course is meant to teach the teacher, parent or student the fundamentals of Common Core Math at the 4th grade level. The lectures are organized by subject, grade level, module, lesson and topic. Students can easily navigate to the specific lesson in this course and review the day's work that your student very likely just covered in class the same day using the same examples.

Instructional videos and worksheets are provided to illustrate the theoretical lessons about the following subjects:

  • Creating place value charts
  • Interpreting a multiplication equation as a comparison
  • Grouping by 10s in each place value
  • Multiplying/dividing by 10 shifts digits one place to the left or right
  • Skip-counting related to advance place value
  • Writing multi-digit numbers in expanded, standard, word, unit forms
  • We can express numbers using different base units in hundreds, thousands, ten thousands and hundred thousands.
  • How to separate the thousands place from the numbers in the hundreds, tens, and ones places in both the standard form and word form.

The complete course should take approximately 18 days to complete if one lesson per day is attempted.

You will find that this course contains everything that you wish was in the homework packet or book that your student brought home to complete his/her homework. With this course, you'll be equipped translate the math you were taught into the Common Core essentials that your student is learning now.

What are the requirements?

  • You'll need to know which module and lesson your student is studying for 4th grade Common Core Math

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Complete 4th Grade Common Core Math Homework Assignments
  • Better understand the formulas for lessons that were taught in the classroom
  • Review concrete examples that can be used to assist students in completing assignments
  • Understand the fundamental building blocks for each lesson's assignments

What is the target audience?

  • Parents who are assisting students with Common Core homework
  • 4th grade students who need help with Common Core math
  • Teachers of 4th grade students who need clear tools for relaying 4th grade Common Core math lessons
  • Tutors of 4th grade students who need supplemental materials to teach Common Core math

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Curriculum

Section 1: Common Core Math - Grade 4 - Module 1 - Topic A
01:34

You or your student will have vitally important explanations from each module of 4th grade Common Core Math. You can simply navigate to the exact grade level, module and lesson your child's class is working on. You will have access to the EXAMPLES and INSTRUCTIONS for solving equations that are assigned for homework. The fundamental building blocks for you and your child's successful comprehension is provided module by module.

04:59

In this lesson, we'll explain the following:

  • Creating place value charts

  • Interpreting a multiplication equation as a comparison

  • Grouping by 10s in each place value

  • Multiplying by 10 shifts digits one place to the left

04:59

In this lesson, we'll explain:

  • Multiplying by 10 shifts digits one place to the left.
  • Dividing by 10 shifts digits one place to the right.
  • Using patterns of multiplying or dividing by 10, you can predict the increasing units on the place value chart.
07:04

In this lesson, we'll cover the following:

  • Multiplying by 10 shifts digits one place to the left. We can calculate 10 times as much as a number.
  • —Observing patterns of place value helps us predict what any number will be if we multiply by 10.
  • —We use commas to indicate this grouping of units, taken 3 at a time. Starting from the right, count 3 places and insert a comma.
11:23

In this lesson, we'll learn that:

  • Skip-counting helps us to see how to advance place value
  • We can successfully write multi-digit numbers in expanded form which means we add each place value together in an equation and add up the total.
  • We can express numbers using different base units in hundreds, thousands, ten thousands and hundred thousands.
  • Commas are placed after the thousands place to separate the thousands from the numbers in the hundreds, tens, and ones places in both the standard form and word form.

Section 2: Common Core Math - Grade 4 - Module 1 - Topic B
10:27

In this lesson, we'll cover:

  • —Skip-counting helps us to see how to advance place value.
  • —We can practice place value in isolation.
  • ——We can read and write multi-digit numbers in expanded, word, and unit forms.
  • —We can compare numbers and determine the greater and lesser of the values.

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Instructor Biography

Selena Culpepper, Common Core Math - Grade 4 Instruction

I'm a parent of 4th grade and 2nd grade student at a great elementary school that just happened to start using Common Core this year. Whew...What a ride it's been. If you're anything like me, you've found that Common Core is a HUGE undertaking. After almost no forewarning of just how drastically different this math is from anything you probably learned when you were in school, you may be struggling along with your student to try to determine the best way to help them succeed at completing complex assignments. I want you to know that you've come to the right place. I was finding that after a couple of intense bouts with the homework assignments early in year, I had no easy way to help them succeed in completing their homework so I came up with a plan. I found the lesson plans that the teacher uses and I started a homework group with a bunch of eager, rambuncious 4th graders and I've been tutoring them for the last year so that they can not only easily comprehend the subject matter but they can also perform on homework and tests with what they've learned.

I thought it would great thing to do to share the wonderful success we've had with all of you. This course is designed for teachers who may be struggling to find good ways to convey subject matter of Common Core or even for parents or tutors who need a supplemental tool to navigate the sometime difficult waters of Common Core.

This isn't like any other Common Core Class that you'll find here. And that's because I've taken the time to adequately and succintly prepare Common Core curriculum in the exact same way that it's used in the classroom. First by subject, then by grade level, then by module, then by lesson and finally by topic. So if you know which book (module) your child is using, you can simply navigate to the specific lesson in this course and review the day's work that your child very likely just covered in class the same day using the same examples.

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