Learn to Succeed Math strengthens students’ math skills including basic computation, problem solving, measurement, graphing, equations, fractions and decimals. Lessons are self-directed and focus on the pictorial and symbolic levels while providing step-by-step instruction. Learn-to-Succeed Math incorporates Metropolitan Teaching and Learning’s Voyages for grades 1-5 and Math Bridges for grades 6-8. In addition, more advanced math skills taught through grade 12 are included as part of the program when necessary.
Learn to Succeed Math Program Components for Grades 1-5
Lessons are organized into seven topics. Each topic is further organized into subtopics, which are composed of lessons that develop similar skills and concepts. This makes it possible to teach and test skills within a cohesive mathematics context. Topics include:
- Data Collection and Analysis – Voyages starts with the data topic, so that students can use what they learn in this topic as they progress through all other topics.
- Whole Numbers and Decimals I – The program focuses on numeration and the more basic grade-level skills.
- Geometry (Grade 1), Geomeasure I (Grades 2-5) – In grade 1, only geometry is covered. In Grades 2–5, the program combines skills from geometry and measurement and builds on the concepts and computation taught in Whole Numbers and Decimals I.
- Whole Numbers and Decimals II – The program emphasizes the meanings and relationships among more advanced number operations and concepts at each grade level.
- Measurement (Grade 1), Geomeasure II (Grades 2-5) – In grade 1, only measurement is covered. In grades 2–5, the program develops geometric and measurement concepts that require the more advanced computation and number concepts taught in Whole Numbers and Decimals II.
- Fractions (Grades 1-2), Fractions and Mixed Numbers (Grades 3-5) – Fractions concepts and operations are developed and related to decimals and percents where appropriate.
- Probability (Grades 1-2), Probability and Statistics (Grades 3-5) – In grades 1 and 2 probability is the focus. In grades 3–5, the program develops concepts of probability and measures of central tendencies.
Learn to Succeed Math Program Components for Grades 6-8
This program is designed for students performing one-two years below grade level. Every chapter begins with a pretest to help teachers identify high priority lessons. The lessons focus on skills and concepts that are typically deficient at these levels. There is a consistent, four-page lesson structure with step-by-step instruction on each skill or concept. Lessons on how to solve open-ended problems are included. Instructors receive page-by-page guidance, and a comprehensive assessment program is included.
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