GlendaleUnified School District

California

California Common Core Mathematics
Kindergarten – High School

math

How are the content standards organized?
The standards are clustered into five domains. The domains are listed below.
Note the changes that occur in some domains from K-5 to 6-8 to High School (HS)

K

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

6th

7th

     8th

HS

Geometry

Geometry

Measurement and Data

Statistics & Probability

Statistics & Probability

Number & Operations: Base Ten

Number System

Number & Quantity

Operations & Algebraic Thinking

Expressions & Equations

Algebra

Counting & Cardinality

 

 

Number & Operations:
Fractions

 

Ratios & Proportional Relationships

Functions

Functions


What are the Standards for Mathematical Practice?
The Standards for Mathematical Practice (SMPs) describe ways in which students engage with the mathematics content throughout the grade levels. Students apply the practices as they become competent practitioners in the elementary, middle and high school years. 

Make sense of problems and

persevere in solving them.

Use appropriate tools strategically.

Reason abstractly and quantitatively.

Attend to precision.

Construct viable arguments and

critique the reasoning of others.

Look for and make use of structure.

Model with mathematics

Look for and express regularity

in repeated reasoning.

SMP Chart for Students and Parents

SMP Progression by grade (K-12)

Why does the math look different?
The language of the Common Core standards, the shifts in mathematics instruction, and the goals of the Standards for Mathematical Practices have transformed the way in which our students are learning mathematics.

"Why Common Core Math Looks so Weird"

"Why is Math Taught so Differently Now"

Common Core Math

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Last Modified on April 13, 2016
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