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Color-coded levels help students track their skill progression, with the type of workout depending on the complexity of the tutorial. A maximum of eight workouts per session with varying levels are included; each features a single question which covers all the learning objectives for that lesson.
The Show Me feature provides students with a step by step explanation of how to solve each workout. Students can view all or part of the solution, and return to the workout at any point during the explanation process. Show me explanations guide learners through PACE process:
Problem: Identify and restate the problem to be solved
Analyze: analyze and collect pertinent information given in the solve the problems
Calculate: and communicate the process used to solve the problem
Evaluate: check and verify your answer within the context of the answer
A number of printable activities are also included for on-the-go, away-from-the-computer learning that's still fun! Your Turn questions, unit reviews, and unit assessments, are included.
This Grade 5 supplemental software covers whole numbers to one million, factors, addition and subtraction, integers, multiplication and division, addition and subtraction of fractions, decimals, decimal operations, measurement, coordinate geometry and algebra, data analysis and probability, modeling and displaying data, and more.
Vendor: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
|Availability: In Stock|
Series: Destination Math
HSMomofDyslexicMoultrie, GAAge: 35-44Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Excellent supplement to paper/pencil mathDecember 7, 2012HSMomofDyslexicMoultrie, GAAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I ordered this product yesterday to supplement my daughter's 5th grade primary math program, ENVision. My daughter is a dyslexic child whose problem-solving capacities are above average but whose memorization and computation skills are frequently lacking. I thought this program might be a good fit for her to supplement all the drilling exercises with paper/pencil that she is currently doing and becoming frustrated with. We just started improper fractions and mixed numbers this week. This morning, she watched three of the corresponding videos on improper/equivalent fractions, and loved every minute of it! The program is interactive, and requires filling in the blanks on the screen, or dragging and clicking on appropriate answers. After each topic, there are 3 review questions. You can choose to have the answers explained in-depth, or move on to the next question. Though we had some initial difficulty logging on with the instructions provided, I was finally able to access the program. She said, "This is the funnest thing I've ever done in school." If your child is advanced, this level may be too simplistic for him, but I feel this program will provide excellent reinforcement and review for my daughter.