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Kindergarten:

Comparing NumbersStudents should be able to compare two numbers when written in word form and/or number form

Counting ABC'sThe students will associate a number 1-26 with A-Z.

Counting and Cardinality # 0-7Children will use objects to represent and count the quantities of 6 and 7.

Counting and Cardinality # 0-7Children will use objects to represent and count the quantities of 6 and 7.

Geo FishStudents will be able to identify and use 2-D shapes to create fish.
Students will practice writing numerals.

Intro to additionK.OA.1 Students will understand addition as "putting together" and "adding to" by representing addition within 10 using gingerbread coins.

Lesson PlanStudents will understand that the digits in a two-digit number represents 10s and ones (CCSS.1.NBT.B.2)
Students will represent two-digit numbers in a variety of ways (a bundle of 10 ones, ten and a one, two, three, etc.)

Lesson PlanStudents will be able to count and write numbers 1 through 10 with 85% accuracy.

Lesson PlanStudents will learn to recognize numbers and add using counting skills

Level 1 Introduction MathematicsTo assess students ability to conduct mathematics in English

Literacy Center Activitiesstudents will count sets 1-6 and read numbers 1-100.

MathStudents should be able to count to 100 by ones and tens. Also students should should be able to write numbers from 1 through 20.

Math - 10/14/13 - 10/18/13Students will be able to write numbers 0 to 5.
Students will be able to count a group of objects to 5.
Students will be able to order objects from 1 to 5.
Students will be able to count by 1's to 100.
Students will be able to count forward starting at a given number.

MATH, CHAPTER 8, LESSON 3Students will be able to count to by ones and by 10s.

Number Names & Count SequnceStudents should be able to count to 100 by ones and tens. Also students should should be able to write numbers from 1 through 20.

Number Sense & Numeration
"How Many Apples?" ActivityTo have students represent the flashcard numbers using bingo dabbers and a worksheet.

Pizza ShapesStudents will review and practice working with shapes and counting to 10.
Match, sort, group and name basic shapes found in the natural environment.
Use words to describe attributes of objects.
Follow directions to arrange, order, or position objects.
Verbal and Motor skills will be used in finger plays and creating a pizza.

Ventures Basic - Welcome UnitStudents will be able to identify, pronounce, and write the upper and lowercase letters of the alphabet.
Students will learn basic school vocabulary
Students will be able to say and write their name

Ventures Basic - Welcome UnitStudents will learn and respond to basic classroom commands such as listen, look, repeat, write, match, point, talk and circle.
Students will identify and write numbers 1-20.

1st Grade:

Addition/Subtraction StrategiesChildren should be able to:
Use addition strategies to find sums through twelve
• Use subtraction strategies to subtract from 10 or less
• Use related facts to solve addition and subtraction problems.
• Use related facts to write fact families
• Apply skills and strategies to solve problems

Addition/Subtraction StrategiesChildren should be able to:
Use addition strategies to find sums through twelve
• Use subtraction strategies to subtract from 10 or less
• Use related facts to solve addition and subtraction problems.
• Use related facts to write fact families
• Apply skills and strategies to solve problems

Building NumbersThe students will understand that the two digits of a two-digit number represent amounts of tens and ones. 1.NBT.2.

Counting and SortingChildren should be able to:
• Counting one to one correspondence
• Sorting goldfish into color groups
• Solve addition problems
• Apply skills and strategies to solve problems

Counting and SortingChildren should be able to:
• Counting one to one correspondence
• Sorting goldfish into color groups
• Solve addition problems
• Apply skills and strategies to solve problems

Counting CoinsStudents will identify coins 1cent/penny, 5 cents/nickel, 10 cents/dime, 25 cents/quarter. Math.1.OA.5 Relate counting to addition and subtraction (e.g., by counting on 2 to add 2).
Standard:

Counting PenniesStudents will identify and count pennies up to 10

Counting PenniesStudents will identify and count pennies up to 10.

Counting to 100
Identify Patterns and StrategiesStudents will practice reading and writing and singing numbers under to 100. They will complete several activities related to this concept.

Counting with Groups of 10 and Leftovers
Numbers made with tensStudents will be able to read and write 2-digit numbers as groups of 10 and some left over.
Students will be abe to count groups of ten, up to 10 tens, and write how many.

Flip-Flop and Counting OnGiven 12 addition problems, the student will turn them into subtraction problems with 80% accuracy.
Given 12 subtraction problems, the student will turn them into addition problems with 80% accuracy.
Given 10 addition problems, the student will use a number line to solve the problems with 80% accuracy.
Given 10 subtraction problems, the student will use a number line to solve the problems with 80% accuracy.

Lesson PlanStart adding and subtracting numbers together that are under ten

Lesson PlanLEARN THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN ODD AND EVEN NUMBERS

Math-Topic 8 and Topic 9Students will be able to break apart a ten to make 10 ones and write new representations in expanded form.
Students wil be able to use groups of tens and ones to show and write a given two-digit number.
Students will be able to write the numbers that are 1 more or 1 less and 10 more or 10 less than a two-digit number.

Math-Topic 9*Students will be able to use a hundred chart to show relationships of 1 more, 1 less, 10 more, and 10 less than a given number.
*Students will be able to compare 2-digit numbers using symbols.
*Students will be able to order numbers from least to greatest, given 3 two-digit numbers.
*Students will be able to make an organized list showing possible solutions.

MathematicsAdd premade sets with sums to 5,

MathematicsStudents will add premade sets with sums to 5.

MathematicsStudents will make sets 1-10

Mathematics counting : number and cardinalityKnow number names and the count sequence.
Count to tell the number of objects.
Compare numbers.
Understand addition as putting together and adding to, and understand subtraction as taking
apart and taking from.
Work with numbers 11–19 to gain foundations for place value.
Describe and compare measureable attributes.
Classify objects and count the number of objects in categories.
Identify and describe shapes.
Analyze, compare, create, and compose shapes.

Mathematics counting : number and cardinalityKnow number names and the count sequence.
Count to tell the number of objects.
Compare numbers.
Understand addition as putting together and adding to, and understand subtraction as taking
apart and taking from.
Work with numbers 11–19 to gain foundations for place value.
Describe and compare measureable attributes.
Classify objects and count the number of objects in categories.
Identify and describe shapes.
Analyze, compare, create, and compose shapes.

Number Sense and Numeration - Introduction to Ten FrameTo have students gain an understanding about number relationships from 1-10.

Numbers Through 100* Make, count, and write tens.
* Regroup objects into tens and ones and write the number words for teen numerals.
* Regroup objects into tens and ones and write the number
* Model, read, and write numbers through 50
* Identify the place value of numbers through 99
* Show two digit numbers in different ways

Problem solving:Look for a PatternStudents will be able to solve problems by finding patterns in a table of related number pairs.

Prove-ItStudents will be able to count forward and backward by ones and tens from any number less than 120.

topic 3 Lesson 3-1/Monday10-21-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking
Objective: Use counters and a ten-frame to model numbers up to 10.
Essential Understanding: Numbers to 10 can be represented on a ten-frame using 5 and 10 as benchmarks

topic 3 Lesson 3-1/Monday10-21-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking
Objective: Use counters and a ten-frame to model numbers up to 10.
Essential Understanding: Numbers to 10 can be represented on a ten-frame using 5 and 10 as benchmarks

topic 3 Lesson 3-2/Tuesday10-22-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking
Objective: Learn to recognize numbers on a ten-frame, noting the relationship of those numbers to 5 and 10.
Essential Understanding: Numbers to 10 can be represented on a ten-frame using 5 and 10 as benchmarks.

Wk 12 Even and Odd NumbersTo learn which numbers are even and which are odd.
To be able to recognize odd and even numbers with objects.
To be able to recognize odd and even numbers with numerals

2nd Grade:

10/28 Math Intervention 2nd Gradetswbat use 10 frame to build numbers over 10 90%, compare numbers to 20 85%,
order numbers to 20 80%,match numbers to number words 75%, Add to 20 with or without # line 65%

1st grade Math
topic 7 order numbers
Week of 2/10/14tswbat *identify 10s 1s place 60%
*order 3 2 digit numbers

Counting by 5'sThe student counts orally to 60 by 5's, using hand cut outs

Counting on and counting backwardsSWBAT fluently add and subtract within 20 by using mental strategies and will know all sums of two one-digit numbers from memory.

Dune Buggy/ Word Problem PracticeThe student should be able to determine the parts of a story which came first, next, and last; the student should be able to add or subtract two digit numbers by regrouping.

Dune Buggy/ Word Problem PracticeThe student should be able to determine the parts of a story which came first, next, and last; the student should be able to add or subtract two digit numbers by regrouping.

Final Base Ten ReviewStudents will be match Base Ten Blocks with their numeral representation and order numbers sequentially.

G. Blair's Daily Math Lesson PlansTo use a hundred chart to skip count and identify odds and evens and to practice finding patterns with odd and even numbers

Lesson 91-SaxonStudents will demonstrate subtracting two digit numbers with regrouping using paper and pencil.

Lesson PlanChildren will read and write number words from 0-99.

Lesson Plan2.NBT.1.a, 2NBT.4,SMP.4, SMP.5
Use base-ten blocks to compare numbers.
Compare numbers using the terms greater than and less than
Compare numbers using symbols > and <

Lesson PlanStudents will do the following:
1. Discuss how to solve word problems involving time and money
2. Work as a class to solve word problems focusing on addition, subtraction, multiplication, and simple fractions
3. Work with a partner to make up their own word problems

Lesson PlanStudents will do the following:
1. Discuss how to solve word problems involving time and money
2. Work as a class to solve word problems focusing on addition, subtraction, multiplication, and simple fractions
3. Work with a partner to make up their own word problems

Lesson PlanSWBAT use addition to find the total number of items in a story using arrays with up to five columns and five rows while answering key questions from grade level text such as who, what, where, when, why, and how to use in writing a word problem and equation to match array with an 75% accuracy.

Lesson PlanThe students will be able to identify the three-digit number place value of ones, tens, and hundreds by using written numerical place describing the place value 100% of the time

Lesson PlanThe objective for this topic will be for my students to know the basic skills of skip counting.

Lesson PlanThe objective for this topic will be for my students to know the basic skills of skip counting.

Lesson PlanThe objective for this topic will be for my students to know the basic skills of skip counting.

MathStudents will use strategies to apply mental computation by building on number relationships to solve problems and avoid relying on memorization procedures.

Math Chapter 2.7
October , 2013
Nancy NolanThe students will be able to add and subtract numbers to 20 using mental math strategies, to identify odd or even numbers, and to write an equation to show even numbers from equal addends.

Math Chapter 2.7
October , 2013
Nancy NolanThe students will be able to add and subtract numbers to 20 using mental math strategies, to identify odd or even numbers, and to write an equation to show even numbers from equal addends.

Math intervention 2 grade
1/27/14
skip counting & arraystswbat* skip count by 2s with 60% accuracy
skip count by 5s 100% accuracy
skip count by 10s 100% accuracy
identify arrays with 70% accuracy
create arracy with 70% accuracy

Math intervention 2 grade
2/17/14
Place Value to 100tswbat* skip count by 2s with 60% accuracy
skip count by 10s 100% accuracy
fill in 100 chart missing # with 90% accuracy
make 11-100 with 10 frames and counters 70% accuracy
identify 10s & 1s 70% accuracy

October 28-November 1, 2013
"FROGS in Training"The Learners will "break apart"addends to add tens then ones

ODD AND EVEN Math Lesson PlansTo use a hundred chart to skip count and identify odds and evens and to practice finding patterns with odd and even numbers

One MississippiStudents will be able to read/tell time using an analog clock.
Students will be able to read/tell time to the nearest 5 (five) minutes on an analog clock.
Students will be able to explain how many seconds in a minute, how many minutes in an hour, how many hours represented on an analog clock.

Place Value AdditionStudents will learn how to add numbers using their place value. I will model this for them using a video and then they will work in small groups to practice.

Place Value Lesson Plan1. The student should place numbers in correct values in a chart representing place values.
2. The student should use illustrations to show understanding of use of tens and ones.
3. The student should write expanded form for numbers presented,

Place Value: Tens and OnesStudents should be able to add two digit numbers by breaking them apart and adding the tens digit and the ones digit then seperating them to add all together.

Reading for Meaning in Math
Problem Solving StrategiesStudents will use strategies for adding three numbers and using fact families to solve a word problem. Students will also use the Reading for Meaning strategy to examine errors in reasoning as they discuss and unlock the problem in a small group setting and as a class.

Reading for Meaning in Math
Problem Solving StrategiesStudents will use strategies for adding three numbers and using fact families to solve a word problem. Students will also use the Reading for Meaning strategy to examine errors in reasoning as they discuss and unlock the problem in a small group setting and as a class.

Reading for Meaning in Math
Problem Solving StrategiesStudents will use strategies for adding three numbers and using fact families to solve a word problem. Students will also use the Reading for Meaning strategy to examine errors in reasoning as they discuss and unlock the problem in a small group setting and as a class.

Saxon Lesson 93Students will learn how to count by 25s using the concept of counting by quarter coins.

Saxon Lesson 94Students will be able to round 2 digit numbers to the nearest 10 using the concept of a number line.

Saxon Lesson 95-2Written Assessment of past 5 lessons;
Students will learn how to estimate large numbers and then compare them to actual numbers of things.

Saxon Lesson 97Students will be able to divide an odd number of objects into two groups and understand that one will be left over.

Scooby Doo Place ValueStudents will place digits in the necessary places to make the largest possible numbers. They will also order numbers based on value.

Skip Counting with ReadingStudents will learn to recognize even numbers using skip counting, with the use of literature. Students will show understanding of the details in the literature, with emphasis on sequence of events.

Topic 8/ Jacobadd one-digit number to a two-digit number, regroup if necessary and record the process vertically

3rd Grade:

Factors of counting NumbersI can find different combinations of numbers to make a product.

Grade 3 Math, Rounding 2 and 3 Digit Numbers, 09-08-2014Rounding 2-Digit and 3-Digit Numbers to the Nearest Ten or Hundred

Grade 3 Math, Rounding 4-Digit Numbers, 09-10-2014SWBAT: Expalin the steps to Rounding 4-Digit number to the Nearest Ten and Hundred

Lesson PlanNBT.35.6a Add and subtract within 100 with ease using strategies and algorithms based on place value, the properties of operations, and/or the relationship between addition and subtraction (no calculator).
NSO 12 Add and subtract whole numbers with and without regrouping.

Lesson PlanSPECIFY PORTION WHOLE INTO EQUAL PARTS, IDENTIFYING AND COUNTING UNIT FRACTIONS USING CONCRETE MODELS

Math 1.1Students will be able to read and write 3-digit and 4-digit numbers in standard, expanded and word form.

Math Money CentersThe students will be able to identify coins and give there value. They will be able to count mixed change using pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, half-dollars, and dollar bills. They will also be able to write the amounts using the correct labels ($).

Review of Rounding to the 10's PlaceStudents will be reviewing how to round numbers to the nearest tens place.

4th Grade:

Factor FindingThe purpose of this will be to help the students discover the definition of a factor. Students will be able to define factor, and tell what it means to factor.

Improper Fractions and Mixed NumbersStudents will identify and write mixed numbers as improper fractions and improper fractions as mixed numbers.

Lesson 1-1 Numbers through 1 billionStudents should be able to represent the value of the digit in whole numbers through 1 billion and decimals to the hundredths using expanded notation and numerals.

Lesson 1-1 Numbers through 1 billionStudents should be able to represent the value of the digit in whole numbers through 1 billion and decimals to the hundredths using expanded notation and numerals.

Lesson 1-3 Comparing and Ordering Whole NumbersStudents will compare and order whole numbers to 1,000,000,000 and represent comparisons using the symbols >,<, or =.

Lesson 1-4 Rounding Whole NumbersRounding whole numbers to a given place through the hundreds thousands place.

Lesson PlanI can compare and order numbers to 100,000 and find the rule in a number pattern.

Lesson PlanI can compare and order numbers to 100,000 and find the rule in a number pattern.

Lesson PlanStudents will understand the purpose of having call numbers on library books as a means for organizing and finding information.
Students will understand how to use the library catalog on the computer to search for books and retrieve their call numbers, for the purpose of finding those books on the shelves.

Lesson PlanStudents will be able to use several methods to multiply two, two digit numbers.

Lessons 5-4 & 5-5 Compatible Numbers/MultistepStudents will understand that products could be estimated by replacing numbers with other numbers that are close and easier to multiply mentally, and they will understand that some problems can be solved by first finding and solving one or more sub problems and then using the answers to solve the original problem.

March 9-March 13The students will know relative sizes of measurement units within one system of units especially metric
The students can express measurements in a larger unit in terms of a smaller unit
The students can use the four operations to solve word problems involving distances, intervals of time, liquid volumes, masses of objects and money, etc.
The students can represent measurement quantities using diagrams
The students can solve multi-step word problems

MondayI can compare and order numbers to 100,000 and find the rule in a number pattern.

Multiplying using Area ModelsStudents will know visual models can be used to show multiplication
Students will know how to interpret and use visual models for multiplication
Students will be able to show their thinking by creating area models
Students will be able to solve multi-digit number by 1-digit multiplication problems by using area models
Students will be able to demonstrate multiplication of two two-digit numbers using area models

Multiplying Using LatticeThe student will be able to multiply two digit by two digit multiplication problems using the lattice method.

November 17-21The students can multiply or divide to solve word problems
The students can write equations with a variable for a missing quantity to show real-word problems with more than one step
The students can divide whole numbers with and without remainders

Team 3
11/24/2014 - 11/25/2014By the end of this lesson, students will multiply and Illustrate and explain the calculation by using equations with 80% accuracy.

Team 3
12/01/2014 - 12/05/2014By the end of this lesson, students will find whole-number quotients and remainders and Illustrate and explain the calculation by using equations. with 80% accuracy.

Team 3
9/02/2014 - 9/05/2014By the end of this lesson, students will compare two multi-digit numbers based on meanings of the digits in each place, using >, =, and < symbols to record the results of comparisons. with 80% accuracy.

Team 3
9/08/2014 - 9/12/2014By the end of this lesson, students will fluently add and subtract multi-digit whole numbers using the standard algorithm with 80% accuracy.

Team 3
9/15/2014 - 9/19/2014By the end of this lesson, students will fluently add and subtract multi-digit whole numbers using the standard algorithm 80% accuracy.

Team 3
9/22/2014 - 9/26/2014By the end of this lesson, students will use place value understanding to round multi-digit whole numbers to any place with 80% accuracy.

Topic 6 Station ReviewStudents will be able to use the strategies taught in this unit to fluently multiply and find products of multi-digit whole numbers.

TuesdayI can add and subtract 5-digit numbers with and without regrouping.

WednesdayI can review what I've learned about place value of 5-digit numbers to prepare for my test.

What are Call Numbers?Students will understand the purpose of having call numbers on library books as a means for organizing and finding information.
Students will understand how to use the library catalog on the computer to search for books and retrieve their call numbers, for the purpose of finding those books on the shelves.

5th Grade:

Call Me Ishmael:
An Introduction to Narrative VoiceStudents should be able to evaluate how the author's narrative voice contributes to the meaning of a passage, and (by extension) how the choice of narrative voice contributes to our understanding of the work as a whole.

Call Me Ishmael:
An Introduction to Narrative VoiceStudents should be able to evaluate how the author's narrative voice contributes to the meaning of a passage, and (by extension) how the choice of narrative voice contributes to our understanding of the work as a whole.

Farmer Turner's PearsStudents will work in small groups to understand, interpret and solve a real-world situation for Farmer Turner. They will use whole numbers and the operations of multiplication and division as well as addition and subtraction to solve a multi-step word problem.

How can I spell my name?ASL.O.LI.1.02 recognize simple words, numbers and phrases in authentic language samples.

Identify Numbers on a Number LineStudent will be able to use a number line to order decimals, fractions, mixed numbers and compare these numbers using <, >, =.

Introduction with connection to EnglishASL.O.LI.1.02 recognize simple words, numbrs and phrases in authentic language samples

Lemonade Stand part 2The students will be able to visualize fraction problems and be able to divide decimals

Lemonade Stand part 2The students will be able to visualize fraction problems and be able to divide decimals

Lesson PlanStudents should be able to count money in denominations of pennies, nickels, dimes, quarter, one dollar, five dollars, ten dollars, and twenty dollars.
Students should be able to appropriately assign money amounts to group earnings during actual class carnival

Lesson PlanSWBAT recognize a mixed number and improper fraction.
SWBAT add and subtract improper fractions with unlike denominators.
SWBAT use different modeling tools to aide in manipulating fractions.

Lesson PlanStudents will be able to multiply decimals and whole numbers using a standard algorithm with 80% accuracy.

Lesson PlanNumber and Operations in Base Ten
Understand the Place Value System
Math.5.NBT.1Recognize that in a multi-digit number, a digit in one place represents 10 times as much as it represents in the place to its right and 1/10 of what it represents in the place to its left.
Math.5.NBT.2Explain patterns in the number of zeros of the product when multiplying a number by powers of 10, and explain patterns in the placement of the decimal point when a decimal is multiplied or divided by a power of 10. Use whole-number exponents to denote powers of 10.
Math.5.NBT.3Read, write, and compare decimals to thousandths.
Math.5.NBT.3.aRead and write decimals to thousandths using base-ten numerals, number names, and expanded form, e.g., 347.392 = 3 × 100 + 4 × 10 + 7 × 1 + 3 × (1/10) + 9 × (1/100) + 2 × (1/1000).
Math.5.NBT.3.bCompare two decimals to thousandths based on meanings of the digits in each place, using >, =, and < symbols to record the results of comparisons.
Math.5.NBT.4Use place value understanding to round decimals to any place.
Perform Operations with Multi-Digit Whole Numbers and with Decimals to Hundredths
Math.5.NBT.5Fluently multiply multi-digit whole numbers using the standard algorithm.
Math.5.NBT.6Find whole-number quotients of whole numbers with up to four-digit dividends and two-digit divisors, using strategies based on place value, the properties of operations, and/or the relationship between multiplication and division. Illustrate and explain the calculation by using equations, rectangular arrays, and/or area models.
Math.5.NBT.7Add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals to hundredths, using concrete models or drawings and strategies based on place value, properties of operations, and/or the relationship between addition and subtraction; relate the strategy to a written method and explain the reasoning used.

Math 2/22/16The students will practice subtracting mixed numbers with renaming.
Students will use fraction equivalence to subtract with renaming.

Math CH 1. Place Value, Mult. and Expressions Lessons 1.1-1.61.1 Recognize the 10 to 1 relationship among place value positions.
1.2 Read and write whole numbers through hundreds millions.
1.3 Use properties of operations to solve problems.
1.4 Write and evaluate repeated factors in exponent form.
1.5 Use a basic fact and a pattern to multiply mentally by multiples of 10, 100,
and 1,000.
1.6 Multiply by 1 digit numbers.

Math Chapter 1: 1.7-1.12Students will multiply by 2 digit numbers, use multiplication to solve division problems and use the order of operation to solve numerical expressions.

Math Chapter 1: 1.7-1.12Students will multiply by 2 digit numbers, use multiplication to solve division problems and use the order of operation to solve numerical expressions.

Math Chapter 2 Lessons 2.1-2.4Students will divide whole numbers ( 1 digit and 2 digit divisors). Students will check their quotient by multiplication.

Math Chapter 2 Lessons 2.1-2.4Students will divide whole numbers ( 1 digit and 2 digit divisors). Students will check their quotient by multiplication.

Multiplication of Decimals and Whole Numbers - Pictorial Grid Models(Component 1c)
Ohio Common Core Standard: Number and Operations in Base Ten
5.NBT.7: Add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals to hundredths, using concrete models or drawings and strategies based on place value, and properties of operations, and/or the relationship between addition and subtraction; relate the strategy to a written method and explain the reasoning used.
I Can Statement based on 5th Grade Common Core Standards:
I can add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals to hundredths. I can use concrete models or drawings to explain the method.
Students will learn to use decimal grids to solve multiplication math equations to find the product of whole numbers and decimal numbers.

November 17-21Students can understand that a fraction is actually division of a numerator by the denominator
Students can solve word problems that include dividing whole numbers when the quotient is a fraction or mixed number using models or equations

Review Activities for Comparing, Rounding, Ordering and Adding/Subtracting Decimal numbersStudents should be able to identify, compare and order decimal numbers, round to specific places, and add and subtract decimal numbers.
Common Core standards 5NBT3, 5NBT4, 5NBT7

Review practice and recipe round up!Students will apply what they have learned about fractions with unlike denominators, conversions of measurement, solving equations, etc by converting a recipe in preparation for a test. Students will need to write an equation ,using known algorithms, to convert the recipes with 100% accuracy before actually making a recipe.

Saxon Math - Lesson 5Scholars will be able to find the value of a variable in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division equations.
DOK - 1

Subtracting Mixed Numbers
RENAMINGThe students will discuss and develop strategies to subtract mixed numbers, including renaming.
The students will demonstrate their ability subtract mixed numbers with unlike denominators without renaming.
The students will convert improper fractions to mixed numbers with accuracy.

6th Grade:

GO MATH ADDING AND SUBTRACTING DECIMAL NUMBERSStudents will be able to add and subtract decimal numbers by using place values and align their numbers according to their values.

GO MATH ADDING AND SUBTRACTING DECIMAL NUMBERSStudents will be able to add and subtract decimal numbers by using place values and align their numbers according to their values.

Lesson 1 Multiplying decimalsA student will be able to add, subtract, multiply with decimals.

Lesson 10 Saxon MathBy the end of this lesson studetns should be able to complete equations that have a missing addend. Students should also be able to define the following words: addend, equation and sum.

Lesson 14 Saxon MathBy the end of this lesson students will be able to find the missing numbers in subtraction problems. Students will be able to identity a "variable" in an equation.

Lesson 17 Saxon MathBy the end of this lesson students will be able to successfully multiply by one digit numbers. Students will also be able to explain the process out loud when prompted.

Lesson 18 Saxon MathBy the end of this lesson students will be able to multiply three factors and identify missing number in the multiplication problems.

Lesson 25 MathBy the end of this lesson students will be able to list the factors of whole numbers using a variety of strategies including the step method and listing horizontally.

Lesson Plan
Math- Average
Class V16
Teacher- M. King
Asst. Teacher- B. Arteaga, R. FernandezIn this activity students explore the concept of "the mean" or average as they examine the steps to find average, median, mode and range.

Lesson PlanWe are going to make a game,Work a a team to write and a evaluate expression,calculate,and use algebra!!!!

Lesson PlanStudents will be able to multiply, divide, add, and subtract fractions in simple and complex multi-step word problems. Students will also be able to transform numbers from one form to another (fractions, decimals, percents, and mixed numbers). Students will add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions, mixed numbers, and decimals.

Lesson PlanStudents will be able to multiply, divide, add, and subtract fractions in simple and complex multi-step word problems. Students will also be able to transform numbers from one form to another (fractions, decimals, percents, and mixed numbers). Students will add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions, mixed numbers, and decimals.

Lesson Plan1. Students should be able to plot integers on a number line.
2. Students should be able to calculate the differences between quantities involving negative numbers.
3. Students should be able to represent quantities using positive and negative integers.

Math 6th Grade Chap 1.2assess students understanding of prerequisite skills

MATH SUB PLANSStudents will be able to convert fractions and decimals and place in correct order according to value on a number line. Students will also review GCF and LCM

Math/MoneyStudents must calculate the cost of their name using the assigned letter values. Students should be allowed to use calculators for this activity. Students must then show two different ways to pay for their name.

Mathematics week of 10/15-10/18Model decimals in tenths and hundreds.

Order Rational NumbersStudents will be able to:
Identify rational numbers
Order fractions and decimals on a number line
Calculate absolute value

Unit 2To use scientific notation and to convert between scientific and standard notations.

7th Grade:

Add / Subtract Rational NumbersBe able to use rational numbers to find p + q = r. Students will be able to find that the Absolute Value of p, adding the value of q would equal r. Saying that r = 0.
Be able to use rational numbers to find p - q = r. Students will be able to find that the Absolute Value of p, subtracting the value of q would equal r. Saying that r = 0.
Students should also be able to apply properties to equations using the values of rational and irrational numbers.

Adding CoinsStudents will be able to add values of different coins

Finding the Greatest Common Factor of
2 Different NumbersStudents should be able to find the GCF between multiple numbers after working
problems to find the greatest common factors.

Solving One-Step Equations (Process & Properties)TSW be able to solve one step equations and explain the process in mathematical terms using mathematical reasoning

The Number LineSWBAT identify and define what integers are.
SWBAT add, subtract, multiply, and divide integers using integer rules.
SWBAT complete vocabulary activities using an interactive rap and flipchart.

8th Grade:

Math APPS Sept. 23-27SWBAT have one on one coorespondance to 20 (Logan), 100 (Cyrena). Student will go to each 20 minute center 2x per week.

Math APPS Sept. 23-27SWBAT have one on one coorespondance to 20 (Logan), 100 (Cyrena). Student will go to each 20 minute center 2x per week.

Rational and irrational numbersStudents will understand that rational numbers can be written as a fraction and terminate
Students will understand that irrational number never repeat and never terminate

Scientific Notation calculationsStudents will be able to add, subtract, multiply, and divide using scientific notation.

Technology: By the NumbersToday I will tech the class about the statistics of technological world, and how to succeed at becoming a start up in technology.

Where Do I Belong?Students will estimate numbers to place them appropriately on a number line or to place numbers in order.

Who Are You?Students will be able to identify numbers as rational or irrational.

9th Grade:

Ordering numbers and finding their oppositesStudents will be able to order numbers using the number line according to their value. They will also find the opposite of those numbers.

Real numbers and number lineStudents will be able to plot a number on a number line based on the value of the number

Substitute Math Lesson 3Students will be able to identify variables in mathematical expressions and differentiate between numerical and algebraic expressions.

12th Grade:

All Counting MethodsStudents should be able to differentiate when to use a particular counting method to solve a problem (fundamental counting principle, permutations, combinations)
Students should be able to solve complex counting problems

Fundamental Counting PrincipleStudents should be able to count using the Fundamental Counting Principle

Language FeaturesTheandAPtheComtechniqputueser Scienceand mecourthodsseofincludesmodernalgorprogitrhmamming,analysis,specificalldata stry,ucturobject-es,
oriented programming. A high-level programming language is used to explore these
concepts. Java is the language currently in use on the AP exam.
Java was developed by James Gosling and a team at Sun Microsystems in California; it continues to evolve. The AP exam covers a clearly defined subset of Java language features that are presented throughout this book, including some new features
of Java 5.0 that were tested for the first time in May 2007. The College Board website,
http://www.collegeboard.com/student/testing/ap/subjects.html, contains a complete listing of this subset.
Java provides basic control structures such as the if-else statement, for loop, and
while loop, as well as fundamental built-in data types. But the power of the language
lies in the manipulation of user-defined types called objects, many of which can interact
in a single program.
PACKAGES AND CLASSES
A typical Java program has user-defined classes whose objects interact with those from
Java class libraries. In Java, related classes are grouped into packages, many of which
are provided with the compiler. You can put your own classes into a package—this
facilitates their use in other programs.
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The package java.lang, which contains many commonly used classes, is automatically provided to all Java programs. To use any other package in a program, an import
statement must be used. To import all of the classes in a package called packagename,
use the form
import packagename.*;
To import a single class called ClassName from the package, use
import packagename.ClassName;
Java has a hierarchy of packages and subpackages. Subpackages are selected using
multiple dots:
import packagename.subpackagename. ClassName;
The import statement allows the programmer to use the objects and methods defined in the designated package. By convention Java package names are lowercase. The
AP exam does not require knowledge of packages. You will not be expected to write
any import statements.
A Java program must have at least one class, the one that contains the main method.
The java files that comprise your program are called source files.
A compiler converts source code into machine-readable form called bytecode.
Here is a typical source file for a Java program.
/* Program FirstProg.java
Start with a comment, giving the prog

Population Dynamics - Reasons for expanding populationsBy the end of this lesson students will have gained knowledge about the reasons for the population boom that has happened in the last 50 years. They will learn about the relationship between population growth and personal consumption. After, they will discuss the impact of technological development on the exponential growth of the human race.

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