Resources by subject

Resources by subject

Often Occasional Teachers are called to teach a class which may not be in an area of curricular specialty. This is the section in which you will find those subject specific supports which will help you shine!

Number Sense and Numeration Grades 4-6 Volume 1 , 2006

“The Big Ideas” – quantity, operational sense, relationships, representation, and proportional reasoning.

Number Sense and Numeration Grades 4-6 Volume 1 , 2006

Number Sense and Numeration Grades 4-6 Volume 2 , 2006

“Addition and Subtraction” – computational strategies and learning activities.

Number Sense and Numeration Grades 4-6 Volume 2 , 2006

Number Sense and Numeration Grades 4-6 Volume 6, 2006

“Decimal Numbers” – relating fractions and decimals, comparing and ordering decimals, computation and instructional strategies, and learning activities.

Number Sense and Numeration Grades 4-6 Volume 6, 2006

Number Sense and Numeration Grades 4-6 Volume 4, 2006

“Division” – strategies, mathematical models, and learning activities.

Number Sense and Numeration Grades 4-6 Volume 4, 2006

Number Sense and Numeration Grades 4-6 Volume 5, 2006

“Fractions” – relating, comparing and ordering fractions, equivalent fractions, instructional strategies, and learning activities.

Number Sense and Numeration Grades 4-6 Volume 5, 2006

Number Sense and Numeration Grades 4-6 Volume 3, 2006

“Multiplication” – skills and strategies, mathematical models, and learning activities.

Number Sense and Numeration Grades 4-6 Volume 3, 2006

Patterning and Algebra Guide to Effective Instruction 4-6, 2008

This document is one of the curriculum-specific companion guides to the Guide to Effective Instruction in Mathematics, Kindergarten to Grade 6, published by the Ministry of Education. The curriculum companion guides are aimed at assisting teachers in helping students to achieve the curriculum expectations. Each volume focuses on the big ideas in a particular strand. In addition to providing an overview of the big ideas the Guide also includes learning activities for each grade. There are also blackline masters that accompany the activities.

Patterning and Algebra Guide to Effective Instruction 4-6, 2008

Teaching and Learning Mathematics Expert Panel Report Grades 4-6 (2004)

The Report of the Expert Panel on Mathematics in Grades 4 to 6 in Ontario. Balanced mathematics for junior grades, learning problems, and recommended manipulatives.

Teaching and Learning Mathematics Expert Panel Report Grades 4-6, 2004

Mathematical Processes

This ministry document provides an in-depth explanation of the seven mathematical processes students need to learn and apply in order to meet the expectations in the curriculum. Each process is elucidated with examples in the following areas: role of the student; instructional strategies; sample questions; and sample feedback. There is also an explanation on how to connect the seven processes with the provincial achievement chart.

Mathematical Processes

Leading Math Success Mathematical Literacy Grades 7-12 (2004)

This report by the Expert Panel on Student Success in Ontario emphasizes mathematical literacy for all students. The panel expresses concern that Ontario adolescents are at risk of graduating from high school without the necessary math skills to reach their full potential in the twenty-first century. The report focuses on instructional and assessment strategies that will benefit all students. It also stresses the importance of targeted support for struggling students.

Leading Math Success Mathematical Literacy Grades 7-12, 2004