# Grade 5 Term 2 Language Arts and Mathematics

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### What Will You Learn?

- At the end of the term, students should be able to:
- Mathematics
- Express fractional numbers in decimal form beginning with those having denominators of 10, 100, 1000.
- Determine the value of each digit in a decimal number up to thousandths.
- Place in serial order any set of decimal fractions.
- Round a decimal number to the nearer whole number, tenth or hundredth.
- Add or subtract decimal numbers to three decimal places.
- Round a mixed number to the nearer whole number.
- Find the product of a whole number and a decimal number to three places of decimals.
- Solve problems (including worded problems and money) requiring the addition/subtraction of decimal numbers.
- Draw pictures of polygons given description.
- Identify the condition that makes a triangle right, equilateral, isosceles or scalene.
- Identify opposite and adjacent sides of a quadrilateral.
- Estimate, measure and record distances including the perimeter of polygons in millimetres and/or centimetres and metres.
- Solve problems requiring the calculation of the following: The perimeter. Length of one side. The number of sides of a regular polygon, given the other two measures.
- Find the area of polygons by counting squares.
- Solve problems based on computing the measurement of the area of a rectangular region.
- Multiply the decimal number by 10,100,1000.
- Rename two or more fractional numbers with unlike denominators to show the same denominator.
- Compare fractional numbers in any form.
- Add or subtract factions including mixed numbers with and without renaming.
- Find the product of two proper fractions.
- Investigate the order of operation when evaluating algebraic expressions.
- Use the symbols, =, ≠ in number sentences.
- Identify and count the number of lines of symmetry in plane figures.
- Create shapes given, the line of symmetry and half the shape and the line of symmetry.
- Round a whole number to the nearer ten, hundred, thousand.
- Round a number representing an amount of money to the nearest dollar, ten dollars, hundred dollars, thousand dollars.
- Recognize and use the relationship between the millilitre, litre and kilolitre.
- Associate the four major cardinal points with quarter, half, three-quarter and full turns.
- Use a grid system to describe the location of one point relative to another using the four major cardinal points.
- Predict how a simple plane shape will look after a series of rightward or leftward flips, or, after a reflection.
- Use the substitution in formulae to solve worded problems.
- Language Arts
- Determine multiple meanings of words by applying knowledge of context clues.
- Use knowledge of synonyms and antonyms to construct meaningful sentences.
- Use stated and implied ideas in texts to make inferences and construct meaning .
- Summarize important ideas and cite supporting details.
- Identify and use information at the literal, inferential and critical levels.
- Establish cause and effect relationships.
- Identify problem and solution text structure .
- Use adverbs and prepositions of time.
- Use accurate subject /Verb Agreement .
- Distinguish between direct and reported speech.
- Show correct agreement of pronouns and antecedents (noun it replaces).
- Compose narratives which include the basic story elements.
- Use adjectives to describe people, places and things in written narratives.
- Begin to organize information located from various sources.
- Skim and scan for information using basic text features.