Mathématiques 4e année (Mathematics 4)

Course Outline

Number

  • read, write, represent, and describe whole numbers to 10 000 using concrete materials, pictures, expressions (e.g., 400 + 7), words, place-value charts, and symbols
  • describe numbers to 10 000 in two or more parts (partition)
  • explore place value (ones, tens, hundreds, thousands) to 10 000
  • compare and order whole numbers to 10 000 
  • represent and describe decimal numbers (tenths and hundredths) using concrete materials, money, pictures, expressions, words, and symbols
  • read, write, and recognize decimal number symbols (to hundredths)
  • compare and order decimal numbers (tenths and hundredths)
  • name and record fractions of a set and fractions of one whole
  • learn to use common fractions and decimal numbers to describe real-life situations
  • represent and describe fractions using concrete materials, pictures, and symbols
  • compare fractions using concrete materials, pictures, words, and symbols
  • understand and show the relationship between decimals and fractions (  can also be represented as 0.4)
  • explain why different representations of the same number are equal
  • estimate sums, differences, products, and quotients 
  • explain the reasons for our estimates
  • choose appropriate estimates
  • solve addition and subtraction questions mentally using a variety of strategies 
  • add and subtract whole numbers 
  • solve and create story problems that add and subtract whole numbers 
  • add and subtract decimal numbers (to hundredths) 
  • solve and create story problems that add and subtract decimal numbers (to hundredths)
  • represent multiplication and division problems concretely, pictorially, and symbolically
  • recall basic multiplication facts and determine basic division facts
  • multiply two- or three-digit whole numbers by one-digit numbers using concrete models, pictures, symbols, and personal strategies
  • divide one- and two-digit whole numbers by one-digit divisors using concrete models, pictures, symbols, and personal strategies
  • ▪ solve and create story problems that multiply and divide whole numbers
  • ▪ use a calculator for problems that involve larger whole numbers

Patterns and Relations

  • identify and describe (orally and in writing) patterns
  • identify and describe patterns found in charts and tables, such as the multiplication table
  • determine missing elements in a pattern, table, and chart
  • identify errors in a pattern, table, and chart
  • create a table or chart from a pattern shown concretely
  • use information in a problem to create a table or chart
  • create a pattern concretely from a table or chart
  • explain why the same pattern exists whether it is shown concretely, in a table, or in a chart
  • use patterns in tables or charts to solve problems
  • use diagrams (Carroll diagrams and Venn diagrams) to sort and organize information and to solve problems
  • describe the patterns and relationships shown in a given Carroll diagram or Venn diagram
  • use a symbol to represent the unknown number in an addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division problem (e.g., 24 ÷ 6 =? 24 = 6 × ? or 24 = 6 × ◊)
  • write an equation with an unknown to represent a given story problem
  • create a story problem for a given equation having one unknown
  • solve one-step equations having one unknown
  • represent addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division situations with an equation having one unknown

Measurement

  • identify the number of hours in a day 
  • read and write time from a 12-hour analog clock, a 24-hour analog clock, and a 24-hour digital clock
  • describe time as “minutes to” or “minutes after” the hour
  • describe time as a.m. or p.m. and identify activities that occur during the a.m. and/or during the p.m.
  • read and write dates in a variety of forms (e.g., March 21, 2015; 2015/03/21; 21/03/2015; or 21/03/15)
  • describe area as the measure of the space inside a 2-D shape
  • identify personal referents for a square centimetre and a square metre
  • identify standard units (square centimetre and square metre) for area 
  • estimate area in square centimetres and square metres
  • determine the area of regular and irregular 2-D shapes in square centimetres and square metres
  • recognize and demonstrate that different rectangles can have the same inside space (area)
  • recognize and demonstrate that for any given area, many different rectangles are possible 
  • draw rectangles for a given area
  • solve problems involving area

Geometry

  • recognize, name, and describe rectangular prisms and triangular prisms
  • sort prisms using the shape of the base
  • construct rectangular and triangular prisms from their nets
  • construct models for rectangular and triangular prisms using concrete materials
  • identify rectangular and triangular prisms in the real world
  • investigate rectangular and triangular prisms to see the differences in the number of vertices, edges, and faces of each
  • determine if two 2-D shapes are congruent
  • create congruent 2-D shapes
  • identify congruent 2-D shapes shown in different positions
  • identify lines of symmetry in 2-D shapes
  • create symmetrical shapes
  • find examples of symmetry in the real world
  • determine if a 2-D shape is symmetrical
  • complete a symmetrical drawing when given one-half of the shape  

Statistics and Probability

  • read and interpret bar graphs and pictographs
  • construct bar graphs and pictographs 
  • explore real-world issues and collect data to answer questions that students have
  • use one-to-one and many-to-one correspondence to display data
  • answer questions by reading and interpreting graphs

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Updated August 6, 2020