Curriculum>Grade 5> Module 2>Topic B: The Standard Algorithm for Multi-Digit Whole Number Multiplication

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Students will multiply two 3-digit numbers by breaking the problems into partial products. They will learn that partial products of zero do not need to be recorded in column addition

A. Solve multiplication problems using the standard algorithm (Level 1)

B. Solve multiplication problems using the standard algorithm (Level 2)

C. Multiply multi-digit numbers by factoring out powers of 10 and using the associative property

D. Develop and test an algorithm for multiplying by a factor with a single non-zero digit

E. Use the strategy of factoring out powers of 10 to solve multi-digit multiplication problems

F. Multiply two 2-digit numbers using the standard algorithm and the strategy of factoring out powers of ten (Level 1)

G. Multiply two 2-digit numbers using the standard algorithm and the strategy of factoring out powers of ten (Level 2)

H. Multiply two 2-digit numbers using the standard algorithm and the strategy of factoring out powers of ten (Level 3)

I. Use the area model to multiply two 2-digit numbers

J. Multiply two 2-digit numbers using the concept of partial products

K. Multiply multi-digit numbers using the concept of partial products (Level 1)

L. Multiply multi-digit numbers using the concept of partial products (Level 2)

M. Multiply multi-digit numbers using the concept of partial products (Level 3)

N. Multiply two 3-digit numbers using the concept of partial products (Level 1)

P. Multiply 3- and 4-digit numbers using the concept of partial products

Q. Multiply up to 5-digit numbers using the concept of partial products

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