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  • Core Middle Grades Mathematics Program

    Common Core Aligned • Inquiry-Based Instruction

    Pearson's Connected Mathematics 3™ ©2014 (CMP3) for Grades 6–8 is strongly

    aligned to the instructional shifts required by the Common Core State Standards:

    Focus deeply on a narrower set of key topics per grade

    Clearly connect students’ learning across grade levels

    Ensure students have the opportunity to both build procedural fluency and apply their thinking to real-world problems

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  • CMP3 provides the rigorous instructional pedagogy required by the Common Core State Standards while making it easy for teachers to reach 21st century students in their middle grades math classes.

    Background: The National Science Foundation funded the Connected Mathematics Project (CMP) at Michigan State University between 1991 and 1997. The result was Connected Mathematics, a complete mathematics curriculum for Grades 6, 7, and 8 that helps students develop an understanding of important concepts, skills, and ways of thinking and reasoning—in number, geometry, measurement, algebra, probability, and statistics. In 2000, the National Science Foundation funded a revision of the Connected Mathematics materials, CMP2, to take advantage of findings during six years of classroom use. Then, in 2012, the same authorship team created the next generation of the Connected Mathematics Project — CMP3. This new curriculum aligns the program’s existing rigor and emphasis on constructing viable arguments to the Common Core State Standards.

    CMP3 maintains the proven-effective pedagogy of CMP2. Investigations in CMP3 ensure students master the rigorous mathematics required by the Common State Standards every day.

    Check out research and validity at ConnectedMathematics3.com

    EXPLORE

    Students Teacher

    • Gather data

    • Share ideas

    • Make conjectures

    • Develop strategies

    • Create arguments to support

    • Asks questions

    • Observes individual differences

    • Encourages, Redirects

    • Provides extra challenges

    SUMMARIZE

    Teacher and Students

    • Analyze data

    • Observe differences and similarities

    • Discuss/refine strategies

    • Develop rules or generalizations

    LAUNCH

    Teacher

    • Introduces new concepts

    • Helps students understand the context

    • Issues the mathematical challenge – “problem”

    • Reviews old concepts

    Daily Instructional Flow:

  • Teacher Place

    Teacher Place was created to make planning, teaching, and classroom management a whole lot easier. The online teacher dashboard, powered by Dash, allows users to interact with instructional content in a flexible, personalized way.

    Teachability is a new community on Teacher Place. It lets CMP3 teachers collaborate with other CMP3 instructors. Teachers can share ideas, ask questions, offer tips, and share helpful strategies to improve student achievement.

    Student Place

    Math comes alive for students with interactive digital tools. Most lessons kick off with real-world problem solving Launch Videos. Student Activities facilitate reasoning and conjecture, while Math Tools allow for hands-on learning

    Student Place, featuring ACTIVe-book, is where CMP3 students access their online math content, graded homework, and teacher comments. It gives students (and their parents) anytime-anywhere access for a personalized learning experience.

    Common Core: Connected Mathematics 3 embraces the essence of the Common Core State Standards at a basic level through its instructional philosophy based on inquiry and applications. Throughout the program, students focus on problem-solving strategies, habits of mind, and mathematical proficiency. CMP3 students learn to communicate their reasoning by constructing viable arguments, offering proofs, and using representations. These approaches, which are aligned with the Standards for Mathematical Practice, are explicitly woven within the content of the curriculum and connected to the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics.

    Digital resources that motivate students and make teachers more productive:

    Experience CMP3 technology NOW! ConnectedMathematics3.com

    PLUS! MathXL® for School also available for additional

    skills practice.

  • CMP3 Teacher Community, powered

    by Teachability

    A Guide to Connected Mathematics 3: Understanding, Implementing, and Teaching

    Grade-specific Manipulative Kits

    Online Teacher's Guide (Teacher Place)

    Teacher Lesson Support CD-ROM (Teaching Aids, Answer Keys,

    Graphic Organizers, and more)

    ExamView® Test Generator CD-ROM

    Online Teacher Resources

    (Teacher Place)

    Printed Teacher Resources (Parent Letters, Labsheets,

    Assessments, and more)

    Grade 6 (7 Units)

    Grade 6 1. Prime Time: Factors and Multiples 2. Comparing Bits and Pieces: Ratios Rational Numbers, and Equivalence 3. Let's Be Rational: Understanding Fraction Operations 4. Covering and Surrounding: Two-Dimensional Measurement 5. Decimal Operations: Computing with Decimals and Percents 6. Variables and Patterns: Focus on Algebra 7. Data about Us: Statistics and Data Analysis

    Grade 7 (8 Units)

    Grade 8 (6 Units)

    Grade 8 Algebra 1 (8 Units)

    Online Student Edition

    (Student Place)

    Teacher's Guides (1 per Unit —

    Grade 6 shown)

    For more information, visit ConnectedMathematics3.com

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    SAM: 978-0-133-29606-8

    Course Table of Contents Grade 7 1. Shapes and Designs: Two-Dimension Geometry 2. Accentuate the Negative: Integers and Rational Numbers 3. Stretching and Shrinking: Understanding Similarity 4. Comparing and Scaling: Ratios, Rates, Percents and Proportions 5. Moving Straight Ahead: Linear Realtionships 6. What Do You Expect? Probability and Expected Value 7. Filling and Wrapping: Three-Dimensional Measurement 8. Samples and Population: Data Three-Dimensional Measurement

    Grade 8 1. Thinking with Mathematical Models: Linear and Inverse Variation 2. Looking for Pythagoras: The Pythagoreon Theorem 3. Growing, Growing, Growing: Exponential Functions 4. Buttefiles, Pinwheels, and Wallpaper: Symmetry and Transformations 5. Say It With Symbols: Making Sense of Symbols 6. It's In the System: Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities

    Grade 8 Algebra 1 1. Thinking with Mathematical Models: Linear and Inverse Variation 2. Looking for Pythagoras: The Pythagoreon Theorem 3. Growing, Growing, Growing: Exponential Functions 4. Frogs, Fleas, and Painted Cubes: Quadratic Functions 5. Buttefiles, Pinwheels, and Wallpaper: Symmetry and Transformations 6. Say It With Symbols: Making Sense of Symbols 7. It's In the System: Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities 8. Function Junction: The Families of Functions

    Student Bundles include content in both print and digital formats; digital-only access is also available

    Your Teacher and Student Materials

    Teacher Bundles include the full suite of teacher resources available for the program; components also available separately. (Grade 6 bundle shown).

    Lappan, Phillips, Fey, Friel

    ISBN-13: ISBN-10:

    978-0-13-327421-9 0-13-327421-7

    9 7 8 0 1 3 3 2 7 4 2 1 9

    Experience Teacher Place at mathdashboard.com/cmp3

    Powered by Common Core

    A Guide to Connected M athem

    atics 3: U nderstanding, Im

    plem enting, and Teaching

    ISBN-13: ISBN-10:

    978-0-13-327422-6 0-13-327422-5

    9 7 8 0 1 3 3 2 7 4 2 2 6

    Units for Sixth Grade

    Prime Time Factors and Multiples

    • Comparing Bits and Pieces Ratios, Rational Numbers, and Equivalence

    • Let’s Be Rational Understanding Fraction Operations

    • Covering and Surrounding Two-Dimensional Measurement

    Experience Teacher Place at mathdashboard.com/cmp3

    Powered by Common Core

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    Easy offline access to a full set of lesson support materials for each unit including: • At a Glance • Assessments • Labsheets • Answer Keys • Teaching Aids • ACE Answers

    IMPORTANT! READ THIS NOTICE BEFORE OPENING. This product contains a CD-ROM that is subject to a Terms of Use. The Terms of Use are contained on the CD-ROM and/or printed in the instructions or other accompanying documentation. You must read and accept the Terms of Use before using the CD-ROM. Minimum System Requirements System requirements subject to change. For full, up-to-date system requirements, please visit support.pearsonschool.com/contactus.

    Windows • Windows 2000, XP, 7 or 8 • CD-ROM Drive • RAM: 512 MB

    Macintosh • Mac OS 10.5.8, 10.6.8,

    10.7 and 10.8 • CD-ROM Drive • RAM: 512 MB

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