Decimal, 2nd Edition, offers a wide variety of avenues to learning that capture students’ attention and help them make connections between math class and their everyday lives. Teachers will appreciate the streamlined planning charts and the complete range of resources that ensure they have everything they need to cover the Cycle Three math program.
Discover the new features in the second edition!
Annie Leblanc (v.a.), Catherine Lincourt (v.a.), Nathalie Fortier (v.a.)
Niveau Québec: 5e année, 6e année
Decimal 5, 2nd Edition
Decimal 6, 2nd Edition
Liste des composantes
So many ways to learn math!
The series consists of the following main components:
- Workbooks A and B
- Decimal Reference Book
- I Solve a Problem Booklets
- Digital Components – STUDENT (12-month access)
- Answer Keys to Workbooks A and B
- Digital Set – TEACHER
More paths to learning math than ever before!
Students will stay motivated to learn thanks to the variety of activities and ways to approach math concepts in both the workbooks and the other materials. New features include the following:
- Math Chat activities that spark students’ curiosity and get them talking about concepts in their own way
- new mental math activities
- amusing logical task cards for independent work
- extra-help activities to support students having difficulty
- new interactive exercises for additional practice
New tools for guiding Competency 1 and Competency 2 learning activities
Explicit teacher guidance for complex tasks is well laid out in new tools:
- I Use Reasoning tasks that are even more effective in helping students to reinvest their learning and in preparing them for the more complex situational problems
- six I Solve a Problem activities (one per theme) that meet ministerial requirements, with supporting documents for students and teachers
Student guidance in these activities is gradually reduced from Grade 5 to Grade 6 to help students reach the expected level of independence by the end of the cycle.
A series tested by time and as complete as ever!
All the reproducible documents (a wide variety of handouts as well as theme, mid-year and year-end evaluations) are just a click away in this new edition.
The clear and user-friendly planning charts make it easy to identify the documents you need for each lesson.
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Annie Leblanc (v.a.)
Annie Leblanc has a bachelor’s degree in elementary and preschool education from the Université de Montréal. She has been a Grade 5 teacher since 1999, with a special interest in differentiating her teaching by using a variety of approaches. Annie also has a passion for math, which has led her to do additional training in the field and to work as a resource teacher in mathematics at her school.
Catherine Lincourt (v.a.)
Catherine Lincourt has a bachelor’s degree in elementary and preschool education and a graduate diploma in education. After teaching for the Centre de services scolaire de Montréal for 10 years, she became an educational consultant in mathematics at the elementary level, a position she has held at the Centre de services scolaire des Mille-Îles for over seven years. Catherine participated in a research project on special education in mathematics with researchers at UQAM over a period of six years. She is also one of the authors of the recent editions of Digit and Numbers.
Nathalie Fortier (v.a.)
Nathalie Fortier has a bachelor’s degree in elementary and preschool education from the Université de Montréal and a graduate diploma in cooperative and complex learning from the Université de Sherbrooke. She has been working for the Centre de services scolaire de la Pointe-de-l’Île since 1999, first as a Grade 6 teacher and then as coordinator of the elementary international program in her school and as an elementary teaching professional for the Société des écoles du monde du BI du Québec et de la francophonie (SÉBIQ). A committed educator, Nathalie has been giving workshops since 2008 for the Baccalauréat International (IB) and for teachers in her area.