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Kindergarten:
1-100The students will be able to start at any number and count up to 100.(No ratings)
8.1 Hands on-model to 20 and countmodel and count to 20 with objects(No ratings)
8.8 Count by 10s-Count by 10s -know the count sequence when counting to 100 by 10s -counting forward -use sets of 10 to count to 100(No ratings)
AddingStudents should be able to to add small numbers with the use of manipulatives.(No ratings)
Bug Out Math, Math journals, Perfecting Patterns, ABC MouseSolidify math skills and connect to science theme.(No ratings)
Cody's Math LessonStudent should be able to add single digit numbers together.(No ratings)
Comparing NumbersStudents should be able to compare two numbers when written in word form and/or number form(No ratings)
Count to tell the Number of ObjectsStudents should be able to answer " how many? " questions; understand that the last number is the number of objects there are; when counting make sure you keep one number with one object and vice-verse(No ratings)
Count, Sort and Measure BlocksChildren will use blocks to play a variety of math games that will develop their ability to classify, seriate, and count.(No ratings)
Counting and Cardinality # 0-7Children will use objects to represent and count the quantities of 6 and 7.(No ratings)
Counting and Cardinality # 0-7Children will use objects to represent and count the quantities of 6 and 7.(No ratings)
CricketsChildren should have an understanding of what Easter is.(No ratings)
Geo FishStudents will be able to identify and use 2-D shapes to create fish. Students will practice writing numerals.(No ratings)
Geometry and OrigamiThe students will be able to use prior knowledge of geometric shapes (square, triangle, diamond) in order to create a three dimensional origami rabbit from a plane.(No ratings)
Geometry: 2D & 3D Shape Review1. Students will correctly build a 3D cube 2. Students will accurately recognize each shape. 3. Students will be able to accurately give the number of sides of each shape, 2D and 3D.(No ratings)
Harvest CountStudents should be able to count and identify food items that we eat on thanksgiving that are shown on the worksheet.(No ratings)
HOW TO SUBTRACT!!!!!STUDENTS WILL LEARN HOW TO SUBTRACT USING THIER FINGERS AND OBJECTS(No ratings)
I know my number_Kindergarten: Make sure that this week the kindergarteners know how to count and write the numbers from one to twelve by English. _1st grade: Make sure the 1st graders know how to count and write numbers by English from one to fifteen. They will know how to count in sequence from first to fifth.(No ratings)
I know my number_Kindergarten: Make sure that this week the kindergarteners know how to count and write the numbers from one to twelve by English. _1st grade: Make sure the 1st graders know how to count and write numbers by English from one to fifteen. They will know how to count in sequence from first to fifth.(No ratings)
Indian HeadbandStudents should be able to identify different shapes and identify different patterns such as AB, ABBA, and ABC(No ratings)
kindergarten intervention 2/10/14 MT reading, WTh mathtswbat*respond to questions about self when prompted *trace words using proper formation 75% *complete booklet as a group with 60% accuracy *use fine motor skills and direction following skills to complete a booklet 80% *read booklet 50% *identify letters and letter sounds 50%(No ratings)
kindergarten intervention week of 2/17/14tswbat*identify letters 100% *identify letter sounds 100% *identify numbers to 10 100%(No ratings)
kindergarten intervention week of 3/10/14tswbat*identify letters 100% *identify letter sounds 100% *complete a sentence *write using phonetic spelling *identify numbers to 10 100%(No ratings)
kindergarten intervention week of 3/17/14tswbat*identify letters 100% *identify letter sounds 100% *complete a sentence *write using phonetic spelling *identify numbers to 10 100%(No ratings)
kindergarten intervention week of 3/24/14tswbat*identify letters 100% *identify letter sounds 100% *complete a sentence *write using phonetic spelling *identify numbers to 10 100%(No ratings)
kindergarten intervention week of 3/3/14tswbat*identify letters 100% *identify letter sounds 100% *complete a sentence *write using phonetic spelling *identify numbers to 10 100%(No ratings)
kindergarten intervention week of 4/21/14tswbat*identify letters 100% *identify letter sounds 100% *complete a sentence *write using phonetic spelling *identify numbers to 10 100%(No ratings)
kindergarten intervention week of 4/7/14tswbat*identify letters 100% *identify letter sounds 100% *complete a sentence *write using phonetic spelling *identify numbers to 10 100%(No ratings)
kindergarten intervention week of 5/5/14tswbat*identify letters 100% *identify letter sounds 100% *complete a sentence *write using phonetic spelling *identify numbers to 10 100%(No ratings)
kindergarten interventiontswbat*identify letters *identify letter sounds *(No ratings)
kindergarten interventiontswbat*identify letters 100% *identify letter sounds 100% *identify numbers to 10 100%(No ratings)
Kindergarten Intervention 1/6/14 M&T Reading/W& Th Mathtswbat *identify capital letters 50% *identify letter sounds 50% *order own name with prompt 100% *write own name 65% *match upper/lower case 50% *state a complete sentence on topic 70% *trace using proper letter formation 70% *identify numbers to 10 75% *write numbers to 10 65% *identify shapes 80%(No ratings)
Kindergarten Shapes and AnimalsFor students to create an animal using shapes. Practice cutting skills and identify shapes and their properties.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanThe student should be able to take a bite of the gingerbread cookie, and graph the results.(No ratings)
Lesson Planstudents should be able to add numbers 1 through 10(No ratings)
Lesson PlanEach student will build on their knowledge of addition by doing the reverse, thus being subtraction. They will learn the various definitions that are related to subtraction as well as be able to perform subtraction problems using numbers, number words and objects as a visual aid. They will work as a group, then go to their centers to work in smaller groups, then individually. Various activities have been planned to re-enforce the subtraction lesson and for assessment of each student.(No ratings)
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.)(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to tell and record time on a digital and analog clock to the hour. Students will demonstrate telling time on a digital and analog clock by drawing hands on an analog clock by use of model clock.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to count, identify the days of the week, and tell the main idea the book. Students will be able to identify the changes that a caterpillar goes through and how it becomes a butterfly.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanDemonstrate the basic measures of length, width, height, weight, and temperature by measuring objects and recording the information. Demonstrate how time is measured by recording it to the nearest minute. Count money using coins and bills.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be introduced to patterns through the use of shape manipulatives.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to count and write numbers 1 through 10 with 85% accuracy.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will learn to recognize numbers and add using counting skills(No ratings)
Lesson PlanGet students to interact with one another and use language to communicate their needs.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanIntroduce new learning concept for lesson 2. Build Vocabulary and understanding in new topic. Increase verbal communication and confidence in practicing new sight words. Building new sentences using lesson sight words.Understanding basic grammar tenses and knowing how to implement then into sentences. Practice forming new words and tracing. Increasing mathematical skills.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanIntroduce new learning concept for lesson 2. Build Vocabulary and understanding in new topic. Increase verbal communication and confidence in practicing new sight words. Building new sentences using lesson sight words.Understanding basic grammar tenses and knowing how to implement then into sentences. Practice forming new words and tracing. Increasing mathematical skills.(No ratings)
Lessons 4/4 - 4/5"Students should be able to know and maybe guess on the problems to study for the K math standards."(No ratings)
Level 1 Introduction MathematicsTo assess students ability to conduct mathematics in English(No ratings)
Literacy Center Activitiesstudents will count sets 1-6 and read numbers 1-100.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
MATH, CHAPTER 8, LESSON 3Students will be able to count to by ones and by 10s.(No ratings)
MeasurementsDemonstrate the basic measures of length, width, height, weight, and temperature by measuring objects and recording the information. Demonstrate how time is measured by recording it to the nearest minute. Count money using coins and bills.(No ratings)
More MonstersI can count the number of objects in each group and write the number for the amount. Math.K.CC.3 I can compare and contrast familiar characters in stories. RL.K.9(No ratings)
Ms. Snodgrass Lesson PlanStudents should be able to do simple subtraction problems with skittles(No ratings)
Ms. Snodgrass Lesson PlanStudents should be able to do simple subtraction problems with skittles(No ratings)
Ms. Young: K-2 (9/21)Students will be able to sort objects into two categories.(No ratings)
My 2 Dimensional Shapes Lesson Week of January 13, 2014Students will be able to identify basic two-dimensional shapes. Students will be able to open a blank document using Microsoft Word. Students will be able to drag and drop shapes on to the blank page.(No ratings)
none reallythis is a test(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
Number Sense & Numeration "How Many Apples?" ActivityTo have students represent the flashcard numbers using bingo dabbers and a worksheet.(No ratings)
Number Sense & Numeration Five Frames - Red & Green Apples1. Understand the relationship between numbers 1-5. 2. Count to answer "how many" questions. 3. Represent various numbers using objects and five frame chart. 4. Use mathematical language such as "more than and less than."(No ratings)
Number Sense & Numeration Five/Ten Frame WarStudents can use the classic war game to reinforce subitizing using five (SK) and ten frames (Grade 1). The use of five and ten frames also help students develop an understand of how five and ten is composed (2 and 3 for 5, 7 and 3 for 10, etc.), enabling them to memorize sums more rapidly.(No ratings)
Number Sense & Numeration Subitizing - Five Frame FlashcardsFor students to become more familiar with seeing numbers 1-5 so that they can become confident in making a judgement about how many objects there are without counting one-by-one.(No ratings)
Number Sense & Numeration Five Frames with Snap CubesTo have students subitize using snap cubes on a five frame and analyze number relationships from 1-5.(No ratings)
Our ColorsFor students to further their knowledge of the colors(No ratings)
Our ColorsFor students to further their knowledge of the colors(No ratings)
ReviewStudents should be able to recall what they learned in this past unit(No ratings)
ReviewStudents should be able to recall what they learned in this past unit(No ratings)
Saxon MathLesson 1- 5(No ratings)
Saxon MathLesson 1- 5(No ratings)
ShapesStudents will have knowledge of, and recognize the basic shapes in life outside of the classroom.(No ratings)
ShapesStudents will have knowledge of, and recognize the basic shapes in life outside of the classroom.(No ratings)
Shapes and ColorsStudents will maych the colors red, blue, yellow shapes to other like colored shapes.(No ratings)
Subtraction actionThe students will be exposed to and have the experience of Subtraction.(No ratings)
testSTUDENTS WILL BE TAKING THEIR SUBTRACTION QUIZ!!!(No ratings)
Thanksgiving word graphStudents should be able to identify Thanksgiving objects and show how many syllables each on has.(No ratings)
The Silly ShapesCreate a fun way to educate students about shapes. Students will learn and practice recognition of shapes and shape names.(No ratings)
* Wk 16 - Math - Quantity and SizeTo be able to determine which containers hold more. To understand how many cups are in a pint and how many pints are in a quart. To be able to measure the quantity that will fit in a container. To be able to measure quantities needed for a recipe.(No ratings)
* Wk 17 - Math - WeightTo be able to compare objects and determine which one is heavier. To be able to weigh objects using a balance scale or bathroom scale. To understand the difference between ounces, pounds, and tons. To be able to determine when ounces, pounds or tons are used to measure an object.(No ratings)
1st grade Math operations/number sense week 5/12/14tswbat *use touch math to count up 60% *identify numbers in a 10 frame 70% *add to 20 with touch math or number line 70% *use manipulatives to create a - problem 60%(No ratings)
1st grade Math topic 13 time Week of 4/7/14tswbat *identify hour hand 90% identify minute hand 90% count by 5s using clock face 75% tell time to hour 75% tell time to 1/2 hour 75%(No ratings)
3-Digit Place ValueStudents will learn to make three digit numbers using place value.(No ratings)
9/22 Lesson 12Given teacher instruction on math concepts of addition(some more), and subtraction (some went away), students will gain understanding of add/subtract math concepts.(No ratings)
Adding and SubtractingStudents should be able to effectively add and subtract by the end of the course.(No ratings)
Back upStudents should be able to effectively add and subtract by the end of the course.(No ratings)
Building NumbersThe students will understand that the two digits of a two-digit number represent amounts of tens and ones. 1.NBT.2.(No ratings)
Calendar Math - 8/7/14Students should be able to name the days of the week. Students should understand that you use addition to add on to each day of the week.(No ratings)
Calendar Math - 8/8/14Students should be able to identify today's month, date, and day of the week.(No ratings)
CANDY MATHStudents will review math skills already taught. students will be able to estimate, sort, define shapes/patterns, add, and subtract.(No ratings)
CANDY MATHStudents will review math skills already taught. students will be able to estimate, sort, define shapes/patterns, add, and subtract.(No ratings)
CANDY MATHStudents will review math skills already taught. students will be able to estimate, sort, define shapes/patterns, add, and subtract.(No ratings)
Change the BeatStudents will be able to locate their heart and recognize it as the main muscle in the body. They will also describe the effects of physical activity on their heart and why the need to exercise to keep their heart healthy. The students will be able to monitor their own heart beat and count the number of times their heart beats before and after physical activity.(No ratings)
Chapter 7 Lesson 2 day 2At the end of this lesson the students should be able to use a place-value chart to show numbers up to 20. At the end of this lesson the students should be able to show objects up to 20 as tens and ones.(No ratings)
Composing ShapesStudents will compose two -dimensional and three dimensional shapes to create a composite shape and new shapes from from the composite shape.(No ratings)
Composing ShapesStudents will compose two -dimensional and three dimensional shapes to create a composite shape and new shapes from from the composite shape.(No ratings)
Connecting Cubes NamesStudents will be able to measure and compare objects using a standard unit of measurement.(No ratings)
Continued Practice Number Stories in the TeensStudents will continue working with teen numbers. They will write story problems to show understanding.(No ratings)
Continued Practice Identifying PatternsStudents will reinforce the patterns present when counting by ones and tens.(No ratings)
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:(No ratings)
Counting PenniesStudents will identify and count pennies up to 10(No ratings)
Counting PenniesStudents will identify and count pennies up to 10.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
Double TroubleChild wil lunderstand te meaning of double and half. Child will represent doubled quantities and those divided in half wt both cnrete objects and numbers(No ratings)
Exploring base tenStudents will differentiate strategies to make compliments of ten. Student Friendly Outcome: Students will play different games to make number sentences with the base ten.(No ratings)
FAA-Prep Assignment/GraphsTo understand information represented in a simple graph(No ratings)
FAA-Prep Assignment/GraphsTo understand information represented in a simple graph(No ratings)
Fairy Tale MathStudents will be able to solve math problems using basic addition.(No ratings)
Fairy Tale MathStudents will be able to solve math problems using basic addition.(No ratings)
Final Review Bundling OnesStudents will sing the Tens and Ones Song and use the tune to work on bundling 20's, 30,s etc.(No ratings)
First Grade Lesson Plan on Regrouping Ms. SerranoStudents should be able to add one-digit numbers to two digit numbers with and without regrouping. They will record the sum and identify whether or not they need to regroup. They will use Mathematical Practice 1 to explain their conceptual understanding of the problem.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
Geometric shapesstudents will identify five different geometric shapes when asked to choose one.(No ratings)
Geometry - Two Dimensional ShapesLearning Goal: We can identify characteristics and sort two-dimensional shapes such as a triangle, square, rectangle, and circle.(No ratings)
Geometry/ShapesSWBAT identify the basic two-dimensional shapes (circle, square, rectangle, triangle, etc.) and give definitions and qualities of each shape while using their knowledge of speech bubbles and dialogue.(No ratings)
Geometry/ShapesSWBAT identify the basic two-dimensional shapes (circle, square, rectangle, triangle, etc.) and give definitions and qualities of each shape while using their knowledge of speech bubbles and dialogue.(No ratings)
Identifying Coins GameBy the end of this lesson the students should have a better understanding of the appearance of different coins and the values of those coins.(No ratings)
Identifying MoneyStudents will be able to identify coins;penny, nickel, dime, quarter, and identify the worth of each coin by pointing or labeling.(No ratings)
Identifying MoneyStudents will be able to identify coins;penny, nickel, dime, quarter, and identify the worth of each coin by pointing or labeling.(No ratings)
Introduction to AdditionAt the end of this lesson the students should be able to add different objects together to find out how many objects there are total. (1 rating)
Introduction to AdditionAt the end of this lesson the students should be able to add different objects together to find out how many objects there are total.(No ratings)
Learning About ShapesStudent's will be able to recognize the difference between basic shapes (triangle, circle, octagon, square, and rectangle). Student's will be able to draw the shapes, share the defining attributes of each shape (number of sides, number of corners, open or closed shape etc.). Student's will use 2 or more of these shapes to create a new composite shape using the geoboards.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudent's should be able to identify (and label) parts of an analog clock and tell time to the hour and half hour....adding in quarter after, quarter to and five minute increments (if they are ready to practice that skill) Differentiation will be used for skill level. Plus...The students will be able to relate the 'fractions' of the clock to visuals of fractions if they are ready for that level of the lesson.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudent's should be able to identify (and label) parts of an analog clock and tell time to the hour and half hour....adding in quarter after, quarter to and five minute increments (if they are ready to practice that skill) Differentiation will be used for skill level. Plus...The students will be able to relate the 'fractions' of the clock to visuals of fractions if they are ready for that level of the lesson.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStidents will use pictures to solve word problems.(No ratings)
Lesson Plan"Students should be able to use addition and subtraction within 20 to solve word problems involving situations of adding to, taking from, putting together, taking apart, and comparing, with unknowns in all positions," (Common Core Standards, 2011).(No ratings)
Lesson PlanThe student will be able to add two and three column number problems.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to make the connection to adding and more, and subtraction and less.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanTo learn how one number can be combined with other to get a third number(No ratings)
Lesson PlanGiven 10 word problems, the student will answer all of them with 80% accuracy.(No ratings)
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Lesson PlanUnderstanding place value by representing and comparing two-digit numbers from 10 to 99 with the most efficient strategy.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to identify and create two-dimensional shapes.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanBuilding understanding of the rounding and the number line.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will use number grids to solve addition and subtraction problems involving two-digit numbers with accuracy 80% of the time.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStart adding and subtracting numbers together that are under ten(No ratings)
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Lesson PlanTo build understanding. *Letter a,b,c,d. *Vocab: Ant,Boy,Car,Dog,Baby,Mum,Photo,Fly,Elephant *Grammar: When to use A or An *Reading and comprehension H.W(No ratings)
Lesson PlanLEARN THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN ODD AND EVEN NUMBERS(No ratings)
Lesson Plan 1st Grade-Represent and solve problems involving addition and subtraction within 20 with the use of word problems involving situations of adding too, taking from, putting together, taking apart, and comparing with unknowns in all positions. -Demonstrate fluencey in addition and subtraction within 20.(No ratings)
Making TensStudents will bundle groups of ten from a large number of objects.(No ratings)
MathSWBAT complete the Reteaching/Review lesson for Topic one in preparation for Topic one test.(No ratings)
MathUse objects to solve story problems.(No ratings)
MathWrite and identify different subtraction sentences that are true for the same model.(No ratings)
Math - 8/8/14Students will use a picture to add to for addition to 20(No ratings)
Math - Tricky Teens Introductory LessonBy the end of this lesson, students will gain an understanding of teen numbers 11-19 and how they relate to 10.(No ratings)
Math - Tricky Teens Introductory Lesson By: Kerri SmartBy the end of this lesson, students will gain an understanding of teen numbers 11-19 and how they relate to 10.(No ratings)
Math 10/7-11/13Objective 1: Solve add to with result unknown and put together with result unknown math stories by drawing, writing equations, and making statements of the solution. (Monday) Objective 2: Solve put together with result unknown math stories by drawing and using 5-group cards. (Tuesday) Objective 3: Solve add to with change unknown math stories as a context for counting on by drawing, writing equations, and making statements of the solution. (Wednesday) Objective 4: Solve add to with change unknown math stories using 5-groups. (Thursday) Objective 5: Tell put together with result unknown, add to with result unknown, and add to with change unknown stories from equations. (Friday)(No ratings)
Math 11/5/13Students will add doubles.(No ratings)
Math 11/6/13Use doubles to add.(No ratings)
Math 11/7/13Students will add using doubles + & - 1.(No ratings)
Math 11/8/13Students will add to practice the strategies.(No ratings)
Math InterventionFind the missing part when one part and the whole are given. Finding a missing part of awhole is one interpretation of subtraction. Subtraction number sentences can be used to show missing part subtraction situations(No ratings)
Math Topic 10Student will be able to add 2-digit numbers and multiples of ten mentally. Students will be able to add one-digit numbers to two-digit numbers with and without regrouping. Students will be able to solve problems by drawing and writing numbers sentences. Students will be able subtract mutiples of ten in the range of 10-90.(No ratings)
Math Topics 9 and 10Students will be able to add two multiples of 10 for sums to 100. Students will be able to use a hundred chart to add multiples of 10 to two-digit numbers. Students will be able to add a multiple of 10 to a two-digit number. Students will be able to add two-digit numbers and multiples of ten mentally.(No ratings)
Math-Subtracting with tens and onesUse addition and subtraction within 20 to solve problems. Students will complete Topic 1 Review/Reteach in preparation for topic 1 test on Wed.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
Math: Unit 5, Lesson 9: Add & Subtract TensStudents should be able to add and subtract one or more tens from a 2 digit number (decade numbers).(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
maths lesson plansACMNA002- Connect number names, numerals and quantities, including zero, initially up to 10 and then beyond ACMNA001 - Establish understanding of the language and processes of counting by naming numbers in sequences, initially to and from 20, moving from any starting point ACMNA003 - Subitise small collections of objects ACMMG008 - Connect days of the week to familiar events and actions ACMMG009 - Sort, describe and name familiar two-dimensional shapes and three-dimensional objects in the environment(No ratings)
Module 3 - Lesson 1I can measure different lengths and know that I need to make sure the endpoints start at the same spot.(No ratings)
Module 3 - Lesson 2I can measure different lengths and know that I need to make sure the endpoints start at the same spot.(No ratings)
Module 3 - Lesson 3Lesson 3: Order Three Lengths Using Indirect Comparison(No ratings)
Number Sense and Numeration - Introduction to Ten FrameTo have students gain an understanding about number relationships from 1-10.(No ratings)
Observation Lesson First Grade Mrs. BibaStudents will write a correct number sentence to solve story problems using key words to determine if the opperation of addition or subtraction should be used.(No ratings)
Observation Lesson First Grade Mrs. BibaStudents will write a correct number sentence to solve story problems using key words to determine if the opperation of addition or subtraction should be used.(No ratings)
Place ValueStudents will use manipulatives to gain understanding of place value and base ten.(No ratings)
Place ValueStudents will use manipulatives to gain understanding of place value and base ten.(No ratings)
Problem solving:Look for a PatternStudents will be able to solve problems by finding patterns in a table of related number pairs.(No ratings)
Prove-ItStudents will be able to count forward and backward by ones and tens from any number less than 120.(No ratings)
Read Tally ChartsSWBAT: Analyze and compare data shown in a tally chart(No ratings)
Saxon Math 9/25 Lesson 15Given instruction on addition and substraction, students will correctly complete 15A seatwork & 15B homework.(No ratings)
Science/Math RainbowsThe students are finishing a unit on "Weather" The students will be able to count, identify colors and a "rainbow" when completed.(No ratings)
Teens are a Group of TenStudents will roll dice and write the numeral, expanded form and illustrate using base ten blocks.(No ratings)
Telling Time/Using DataStudents will be able to tell and write time to the half hour. Students will be able to use data from a table. Students will use a real-object graph to answer questions and draw conclusions. Students will be able to use a bar graph to answer questions and draw conclusions.(No ratings)
Ten Frame TossTo have students use counters to compare numbers to 10 using the words "less/fewer".(No ratings)
Tens and OnesSWBAT use groups of tens and ones to show and write a given two-digit number. SWBAT model a two-digit number and write its expanded form. SWBAT break apart a ten to make 10 ones and write new representations in expanded form.(No ratings)
topic 1 Lesson 1-6/ Monday 9-16-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Objective: Write addition sentences to solve stories about joining. Essential Understanding: Joining parts to make a whole is one interpretation of addition. Addition number sentences can be used to show joining situations. Vocabulary: join(No ratings)
topic 1 Lesson 1-7/ Tuesday 9-17-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Objective: Learn to add in any order. Essential Understanding: Two numbers can be added in any order. Vocabulary: order, addend(No ratings)
topic 1 Lesson 1-8/ Wednesday 9-18-13Domain: Problem Solving Objective: Use objects to solve story problems. Essential Understanding: Some problems can be solved by using objects to act out the actions in the problem.(No ratings)
Topic 11, 12, 13Students will be able to subtract 10 from multiples of 10-90 (assessment) Students will be able to compare and order lengths of objects. (12-1) Students will be able to estimate, measure, and compare lengths of objects by using a nonstandard unit.(12-3) Students will be able to identify the hour and minute hands on a clock and tell time to the hour. (13-1) Students will be able to tell and write time to the hour using digital and analog clocks.(13-2)(No ratings)
topic 2 Lesson 2-1/ Friday 9-20-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Objective: Solve problems by finding the missing part. Essential Understanding: A missing part of a whole can be found when the whole and the other part are known. Vocabulary: missing par(No ratings)
topic 2 Lesson 2-1/ Tuesday 9-24-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Objective: Solve problems by finding the missing part. Essential Understanding: A missing part of a whole can be found when the whole and the other part are known. Vocabulary: missing par(No ratings)
topic 2 Lesson 2-10/Friday10-11-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Objective: Write and identify different subtraction sentences that are true for the same model. Essential Understanding: The difference can be written at the beginning or end of a subtraction sentence, as long as the number or expression on each side of the equal sign are the same amount. Vocabulary: same amount(No ratings)
topic 2 Lesson 2-11/Monday10-14-13Domain: Geometry Objective: Use counters to act out and solve subtraction problems. Essential Understanding: Some problems can be solved by using objects to act out the actions in the problem.(No ratings)
topic 2 Lesson 2-2/ Wednesday 9-25-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Objective: Use eubtraction to find the missing part of 9 when one part is known. Essential Understanding: A missing part of a whole can be found when the whole and the other part are known(No ratings)
topic 2 Lesson 2-2/ Wednesday 9-25-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Objective: Use eubtraction to find the missing part of 9 when one part is known. Essential Understanding: A missing part of a whole can be found when the whole and the other part are known(No ratings)
topic 2 Lesson 2-3/ Monday 9-30-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Objective: Use eubtraction to find the missing part of 9 when one part is known. Essential Understanding: A missing part of a whole can be found when the whole and the other part are known(No ratings)
topic 2 Lesson 2-3/ Thursday 9-26-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Objective: Use eubtraction to find the missing part of 9 when one part is known. Essential Understanding: A missing part of a whole can be found when the whole and the other part are known(No ratings)
topic 2 Lesson 2-4/ Friday 9-27-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Objective: Write and solve subtraction number sentences. Essential Understanding: A missing part of a whole is one interpretation of subtraction. Subtraction number sentences can be used to show a missing part subtraction situation. Vocabulary: subtract, difference, subtraction sentence, minus sign, equal sign(No ratings)
topic 2 Lesson 2-4/Tuesday 10-1-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Objective: Write and solve subtraction number sentences. Essential Understanding: A missing part of a whole is one interpretation of subtraction. Subtraction number sentences can be used to show a missing part subtraction situation. Vocabulary: subtract, difference, subtraction sentence, minus sign, equal sign(No ratings)
topic 2 Lesson 2-5/Thursday 10-3-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Objective: Tell and act out stories about taking away to find how many are left. Essential Understanding: Taking away parts from a whole is one interpretation of subtraction. Subtraction number sentences can be used to show taking-away subtraction situations. Vocabulary: take away(No ratings)
topic 2 Lesson 2-6 con'td/Monday 10-7-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Objective: Tell and act out comparing stories to find out how two groups are different. Essential Understanding: Comparing two quantities to find how much more/less one quantity is than the other is one interpretation of subtraction. Subtraction number sentences can be used to show comparison subtraction situations. Vocabulary: compare(No ratings)
topic 2 Lesson 2-6/Friday 10-4-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Objective: Tell and act out comparing stories to find out how two groups are different. Essential Understanding: Comparing two quantities to find how much more/less one quantity is than the other is one interpretation of subtraction. Subtraction number sentences can be used to show comparison subtraction situations. Vocabulary: compare(No ratings)
topic 2 Lesson 2-7/Tuesday 10-8-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Objective: Find the missing part when one part and the whole are given. Essential Understanding: Finding a missing part of awhole is one interpretation of subtraction. Subtraction number sentences can be used to show missing part subtraction situations.(No ratings)
topic 2 Lesson 2-8/Wednesday 10-9-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Objective: Write subtraction sentences to represent different kinds of subtraction stories. Essential Understanding: There are different interpretations of subtraction. Subtraction number setneces can be used to show each interpretation(No ratings)
topic 2 Lesson 2-9/Thursday 10-10-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Objective: Write related addition and subtraction facts. Essential Understanding: Addition and subtraction have an inverse relationship. The inverse relationship between addition and subtraction can be used to find subtraction facts; every subtraction fact has a related addition fact(No ratings)
topic 2 Review/Wednesday10-16-13The students will be able to use subtraction strategies to solve the 3 kinds of subtraction problems; take-away, comparing, and missing part.(No ratings)
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(No ratings)
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(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
topic 3 Lesson 3-3/Wednesday10-23-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Objective: Show 10 as two parts. Essential Understanding: The number 10 can be broken into parts in different ways(No ratings)
topic 3 Lesson 3-4/Thursday10-24-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Objective: Use counters and a part-part-whole mat to find missing parts of 10. Essential Understanding: A missing part of a whole can be found when the whole and the remaining part are known(No ratings)
topic 3 Lesson 3-5/Friday 10-25-13Domain: Problem Solving Objective: Make tables to solve problems. Essential Understanding: Some problems can be solved by recording and organizing data in a table and by finding and using numerical patterns in the table.(No ratings)
topic 3 Lesson 3-5/Monday 10-28-13Domain: Problem Solving Objective: Make tables to solve problems. Essential Understanding: Some problems can be solved by recording and organizing data in a table and by finding and using numerical patterns in the table.(No ratings)
topic 4 Lesson 4-1/Wednesday 10-30-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Objective: Count on to add, starting with the greater number. Essential Understanding: The number relationships of 0, 1-more-than, and 2-more-than are the basis for addition facts with a 0, 1, and 2(No ratings)
topic 4 Lesson 4-10/Tuesday11-19-13Domain: Problem Solving Objective: Draw pictures to solve addition story problems. Essential Understanding: Information in a problem can often be shown using a diagram and used to understand and solve the problem. Some problems can be solved by writing and completing a number sentence or equation.(No ratings)
topic 4 Lesson 4-2/Thursday 10-31-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Objective: Recognize doubles as a strategy for remembering sums. Essential Understanding: Doubles facts can be associated with memorable real-world situations(No ratings)
topic 4 Lesson 4-3/FRIDAY 11-1-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Objective: Use doubles facts to learn near doubles facts. Essential Understanding: Basic addition facts that are near doubles can be found using a related doubles fact. Vocabulary: near double(No ratings)
topic 4 Lesson 4-3/Monday 11-4-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Objective: Use doubles facts to learn near doubles facts. Essential Understanding: Basic addition facts that are near doubles can be found using a related doubles fact. Vocabulary: near double(No ratings)
topic 4 Lesson 4-4/Tuesday 11-5-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Objective: Use a ten-frame to write addition facts with 5. Essential Understanding: Facts with sums 6 through 10 can be broken into 5 plus some more(No ratings)
topic 4 Lesson 4-5/Wednesday 11-6-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Objective: Use two ten-frames to model addition facts. Essential Understanding: Ten can be shown in two parts in different ways and represented using addition number sentences.(No ratings)
topic 4 Lesson 4-6/Thursday 11-7-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Objective: Master concepts of 0 less than, 1 less than, and 2 less than when subtracting 0, 1, or 2. Essential Understanding: The number relationships of 0, 1-more-than, and 2-more-than are the basis for addition facts with a 0, 1, and 2. Vocabulary: 2 less than, 1 less than, 0 less than(No ratings)
topic 4 Lesson 4-7/Friday 11-7-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Objective: Learn to use doubles addition facts to master related subtraction facts. Essential Understanding: Addition and subtraction have an inverse relationship. The inverse relationship between addition and subtraction can be used to find subtraction facts; every subtraction fact has a related addition fact(No ratings)
topic 4 Lesson 4-9/Friday 11-18-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Objective: Write related addition and subtraction facts to 12. Essential Understanding: Addition and subtraction have an inverse relationship. The inverse relationship between addition and subtraction can be used to find subtraction facts; every subtraction fact has a related addition fact(No ratings)
topic 5 Lesson 5-1/Thursday 11-21-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Objective: Recognize the doubles relationship and use it as a strategy for remembering addition facts with two like addends. Essential Understanding: Doubles facts can be associated with memorable real-world situations.(No ratings)
topic 5 Lesson 5-1/Thursday 11-21-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Objective: Recognize the doubles relationship and use it as a strategy for remembering addition facts with two like addends. Essential Understanding: Doubles facts can be associated with memorable real-world situations.(No ratings)
topic 5 Lesson 5-2/Friday 11-22-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Objective: Master addition facts where the addends are 1 apart. Essential Understanding: Basic addition facts that are near doubles can be found using a related doubles fact. Vocabulary: doubles plus 1(No ratings)
topic 5 Lesson 5-3/Tuesday 12-3-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Objective: Master addition facts where the addends are 2 apart. Essential Understanding: Basic addition facts that are near doubles can be found using a related doubles fact. Vocabulary: doubles plus 2(No ratings)
topic 5 Lesson 5-4/Tuesday 12-4-13Domain: Problem Solving Objective: Solve two-question problems by using the answer to the first question to ansswer the second question. Essential Understanding: Sometimes the answer to one problem/question is needed to find the answer to another problem/question(No ratings)
topic 5 Lesson 5-4/Wednesday 12-4-13Domain: Problem Solving Objective: Solve two-question problems by using the answer to the first question to ansswer the second question. Essential Understanding: Sometimes the answer to one problem/question is needed to find the answer to another problem/question(No ratings)
topic 5 Lesson 5-5/Thursday 12-5-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Objective: Master addition facts where one addend is close to 10. Essential Understanding: Some addition facts can be found by changing to an equivalent fact with 10(No ratings)
topic 5 Lesson 5-5/Thursday 12-5-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Objective: Master addition facts where one addend is close to 10. Essential Understanding: Some addition facts can be found by changing to an equivalent fact with 10(No ratings)
topic 5 Lesson 5-6/Friday 12-6-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Objective: Master addition facts where one addend is 9. Essential Understanding: Addition facts involving 9 can be changed to an equivalent fact with 10.(No ratings)
topic 5 Lesson 5-6/Friday 12-6-13Domain: Operations and Algebraic Thinking Objective: Master addition facts where one addend is 9. Essential Understanding: Addition facts involving 9 can be changed to an equivalent fact with 10.(No ratings)
topic 5 Lesson Intro/Wednesday 11-20-13Domain: Objective:.(No ratings)
Turn Around TrainsStudents should be able to explain the "order property" and demonstrate their understanding with examples.(No ratings)
Unit 1 Geometry, Lesson 1 Polygon NamingBy the end of this lesson students should be able to name all of the polygons. Students should also know how many sides each shape has and what is/not a polygon is.(No ratings)
Week of November 4, 2013Studens will be able to read grade appropriate stories. They will understand the difference between short and long vowel sounds.(No ratings)
Week of November 4, 2013Students will understand and apply properties of operations and the relationship between addition and subtraction; add and subtract within 20; work with addition and subtraction equations.(No ratings)
What is the value?Knowing number values(No ratings)
What is the value?Knowing number values(No ratings)
What's MissingStudents will continue practicing using a t chart. They will use the cover tool to identify hidden numbers.(No ratings)
Which is LongestStudents will be able to measure and compare objects by length using comparative words.(No ratings)
Wk 11 Calendar MathUnderstand what a calendar is. Be able to recite the days of the week. Be able to recite the days of the month. Be able to answer questions about calendars. Be able to fill in a calendar blank.(No ratings)
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(No ratings)
Wk 13 - Math - Inches and FeetTo understand that an inch is used to measure length. To understand that a foot is used to measure length. To be able to determine whether an object should be measured by inches or by feet. To be able to measure objects using a ruler.(No ratings)
Wk 14 - Math - Comparing LengthsTo be able to visually assess (guess) which item is longer than another. To be able to use a variety of non-standard measuring tools to measure objects.(No ratings)
Wk 15 - 1st Qtr - Math - ReviewTo go over topics covered in the 1st Quarter of 1st Grade (2013/2014 school year).(No ratings)
Wk 18 - Math - TemperatureTo learn what temperature . To be able to read a Fahrenheit thermometer To compare measured temperature with the feel of temperatures in the environment(No ratings)
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%(No ratings)
1st grade Math topic 7 order numbers Week of 2/10/14tswbat *identify 10s 1s place 60% *order 3 2 digit numbers(No ratings)
1st Math inclusion week of 12/2/13tswbat *identify larger number *add starting with larger number *add 2 number(No ratings)
2-3-4 Digit Addition Without RegroupingStudents will learn how to calculate 2,3 and 4 digit addition problems without regrouping.(No ratings)
2.NBT.1 AssessmentStudents will demonstrate proficiency with three digit place value.(No ratings)
2nd Math intervention week of 3/17/14 topic 5 place value to 100tswbat *subtract from 10 70-90% *order numbers to 100 80% *read number words 70% *place numbers on number line 60%(No ratings)
2nd Math intervention week of 3/24/14 topic 5 place value to 100tswbat *subtract from 10 70-90% *order numbers to 100 80% *read number words 70% *place numbers on number line 60%(No ratings)
2nd Math intervention week of 3/3/14 operations & algebraic thinkingtswbat *add 2 digit numbers with & without regrouping with 70%-90% accuracy *complete an array with 65-80%(No ratings)
2nd Math intervention week of 3/31/14 topic 8 adding 2 digit #tswbat *add 2 digit # w/o regrouping 75% *add 2 digit # w/regrouping 65% *identify 10s & 1s place 80%(No ratings)
2nd Math intervention week of 4/21/14 topic 9 subtracting 2 digit #tswbat *identify 10s & 1s place 80% *decide when to regroup 60% *subtract 2 digit # 60%(No ratings)
2nd Math intervention week of 4/7/14 topic 8 adding 2 digit # & topic 9 subtracting 2 digit #tswbat *add 2 digit # w/o regrouping 75% *add 2 digit # w/regrouping 65% *identify 10s & 1s place 80% *decide when to regroup 60% *subtract 2 digit # 60%(No ratings)
2nd Math intervention week of 5/12/14 topic 10 place value to 1000tswbat *count by 100s to 1000 95% *build numbers to 1000 85% *read & write numbers to 1000 80% *changing numbers by 100s & 10s 70%(No ratings)
2nd Math intervention week of 5/5/14 Ohio Math testing & topic 10 place value to 1000tswbat *count by 100s to 1000 95% *build numbers to 1000 85% *read & write numbers to 1000 80% *changing numbers by 100s & 10s 70%(No ratings)
3 Addends (Making Tens)Students are very good at regrouping at this point in the year. They have not worked with 3 addends. We will be looking at strategies to make the addition easier by making tens and hundreds.(No ratings)
Adding and SubtractingStudents will learn the concept of adding and subtracting. Students will be able to add and subtract using small object. Students will learn how working together is beneficial when learning.(No ratings)
Adding UpStudent will be able to add 2 digit to 2 digit numbers to find the sum.(No ratings)
Adding/Subtracting Single/Double Digit NumbersStudents will be able to add single/double digit numbers through the use of manipulatives and visuals.(No ratings)
Addition Facts: Adding 0Alternate Standard Gr. 2 Str. 1 Concept 2. PO1. Demonstrate the process of addition through 10.(No ratings)
Addition Facts: Adding 0Alternate Standard Gr. 2 Str. 1 Concept 2. PO1. Students will demonstrate the process of addition through 10.(No ratings)
Addition Facts: Adding 0Alternate Standard Gr. 2 Str. 1 Concept 2. PO1. Students will demonstrate the process of addition through 10.(No ratings)
Addition and Subtraction Word ProblemsStudents should be able to accurately read text and solve multi-step math word problem successfully using multiple strategies.(No ratings)
Addition and Subtraction Word ProblemsStudents should be able to accurately read text and solve multi-step math word problem successfully using multiple strategies.(No ratings)
Addition and Subtraction Word ProblemsStudents should be able to accurately read text and solve multi-step math word problem successfully using multiple strategies.(No ratings)
B's DinerThe students will be able to solve column addition with the understanding of addition strategies to find the sum.(No ratings)
CAFE Workshops Homeroom ClassProvide homeroom intervention in small groups(No ratings)
CAFE Workshops Homeroom ClassProvide small group guided reading intervention(No ratings)
Color, Shapes and Size, Oh My!The students will sort objects by one or more attributes including color, shape, and size. The students will accurately tell time to the 15 minute interval.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
Doubles as a StrategyStudents will review/memorize their double facts.(No ratings)
Educational PlansStudents should be able to solve word problems involving dollar bills, quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies, using \$ and ¢ symbols appropriately.(No ratings)
FAA-Prep Assignment/GraphsTo understand information represented in a simple graph(No ratings)
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(No ratings)
G. Blair's Daily Math Lesson PlansObjectives To introduce everyday examples of rectangular arrays; and to provide experiences with solving addition problems using addition diagrams and array models.(No ratings)
Getting ready for chapter 6 in the new book reviewTo add and subtract multiple problems with up to the thousands place(No ratings)
Grade 2 Math, Addition, 09-08-2014Write a Number Sentence to Solve a Problem(No ratings)
Grade 2 Math, Addition, 09-08-2014Write a Number Sentence to Solve a Problem(No ratings)
Group 3 Lesson 5.2a, 5.2b, 5.2cTell time to the 15 minute interval; Sort objects by one or more attributes including color, shape, and size.(No ratings)
Hundred Chart ReviewAlthough the students can identify place value in triple digits, they are struggling with Hundred Chart Puzzles. In order to truly grasp place value they must be able to accurately complete hundred chart puzzles. They will work on a packet with practice in the area.(No ratings)
Lesson 91-SaxonStudents will demonstrate subtracting two digit numbers with regrouping using paper and pencil.(No ratings)
Lesson on problem setsUse a problem-solving model that incorporates analyzing given information, formulating a plan or strategy, determining a solution, justifying the solution, and evaluating the problem-solving process and the reasonableness of the solution;(No ratings)
Lesson Plan Math- Money Class V16 Teacher -M. King, Asst. Teacher B. ArteagaStudents will identify coins (penny, nickel, dimes and quarters) and state their value in relation to each other. They will show the value of each coin by circling required coins to purchasing an item.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanThe student will identify place value from ones to hundreds. The student will write numbers in expanded form.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanI can solve word problems visually with a sequential, step-by-step approach.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanUnderstand and identify convex and concave polygons.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanUnderstand and identify convex and concave polygons.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to create a family scrapbook using geometrical shapes by tracing and cutting as well as write and draw about their household/ family members.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to create a family scrapbook using geometrical shapes by tracing and cutting as well as write and draw about their household/ family members.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanChildren will read and write number words from 0-99.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will learn to recognize, describe, and compare the attributes of different objects. Students will sort objects into groups using one or more attributes, and sort objects into a 2 set Venn diagram.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanTSW: Use standard and non standard measurement to explore ratios presented by Da Vinci and his Vitruvian Man(No ratings)
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Lesson PlanStudents will learn to identify related facts by applying strategies to solve addition and subtraction problems. Students will use drawings and equations.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will gain knowledge of the calendar. By saying the days, weeks and monthly right away.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will gain knowledge of the calendar. By saying the days, weeks and monthly right away.(No ratings)
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 <(No ratings)
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(No ratings)
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(No ratings)
Lesson PlanMultiplication up to 15(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to use arrays, grouping and strategies for the four times tables(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will review for the final exam and start learning the seven multiplication tables.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to use information previously and currently presented to construct a one-two step word problem with a classmate that can then be solved accurately by a peer.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to use information previously and currently presented to construct a one-two step word problem with a classmate that can then be solved accurately by a peer.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will: -differentiate between a penny, nickel, dime, and quarter. -state the value of each coin. -gather different coins and combinations of coins to equal a specific amount -fill in a chart to illustrate how many of each coin is needed to equal a designated amount. calculate the total amount of coins and compare two amounts to determine which one is greater. - See more at: http://www.educationworld.com/a_tsl/archives/04-1/lesson035.shtml#sthash.kdBpXekX.dpuf(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will: -differentiate between a penny, nickel, dime, and quarter. -state the value of each coin. -gather different coins and combinations of coins to equal a specific amount -fill in a chart to illustrate how many of each coin is needed to equal a designated amount. calculate the total amount of coins and compare two amounts to determine which one is greater. - See more at: http://www.educationworld.com/a_tsl/archives/04-1/lesson035.shtml#sthash.kdBpXekX.dpuf(No ratings)
Lesson Planby the end of this lesson student's should be able to navigate through basic addition, subtraction, division, and multiplication problems and be able to relate it to the real world and how they would use each of the methods.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
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(No ratings)
Lesson PlanThe objective for this topic will be for my students to know the basic skills of skip counting.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanThe objective for this topic will be for my students to know the basic skills of skip counting.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanFluently add and subtract within 20 using mental strategies. By end of Grade 2, know from memory all sums of two one-digit numbers.(No ratings)
MathStudents will use strategies to apply mental computation by building on number relationships to solve problems and avoid relying on memorization procedures.(No ratings)
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. (1 rating)
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.(No ratings)
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(No ratings)
Math intervention 2 grade 1/6/14tswbat* identify 1 more/less 10 more/less 65% *subtract 0 1 2 without number line 80% *solve relating facts 70% *use addition to subtract 70%(No ratings)
Math intervention 2 grade 11/25/13tswbat* complete word problems about separating 75% *complete word problems about comparting 75% *find more/less 1 find more/less 10(No ratings)
Math intervention 2 grade 11/4/13tswbat use 10 frames to make numbers to 30 80% count by add numbers to 19 using different methods 75%(No ratings)
Math intervention 2 grade 12/2/13tswbat* use number line and counting up to add 80% *use 10 frame to add 10 90%(No ratings)
Math intervention 2 grade 12/2/13tswbat* use number line and counting up to add 80% *use number line to count back to subtract 80% *locate a given # on a 100 chart 80% *identify 1 more/less 75% *identify 10 more/less 60% *solve word problems with comparison 65%(No ratings)
Math intervention 2 grade 2/10/14 Place Value to 100tswbat 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(No ratings)
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(No ratings)
Math Strategy ReviewStudents will be able to solve one and two step math problems using different math strategies.(No ratings)
Measurement and Measurement Tools- May 23, 2019/11:20-12:10- Period TimeHow can we measure/estimate the lengths of objects in inches and/or cm through the use of a ruler?(No ratings)
Mental Math: Mental AdditionThe students will be able to add numbers up to three digits mentally.(No ratings)
MIF Ch.13.1 (Day 2)The students will be able to measure items using U.S. Customary Measurements (inches/feet). The students will be able to estimate if items are more or less than 1 foot.(No ratings)
MIF Ch.13.2 (Day 1)Students will be able to compare lengths in feet.(No ratings)
MIF Ch.13.2 (Day 4)Students will be able to find the difference in measurement using feet and inches. Students will create a line plot using data obtained from measurement.(No ratings)
MIF Chapter 13.1Students will be able to measure objects using U.S. customary units (inches/feet).(No ratings)
Multiplication 2&3Students will use skip counting to work with multiples of two and will use group counting to work with multiples of 3(No ratings)
MyMath Chapter 2.5 Nancy Nolan Observation Date: October 1, 2013 Evaluator Name: Beverly Chambers Pre-Observation Conf. Date: Sept. 30, 2013LEARNING TARGETS/FOCUS FOR LEARNING: Standard 4 TSW describe arrays by using a repeated addition number sentence. DOMAIN: Operations and Algebraic Thinking STANDARD: 2.OA.4 Use addition to find the total number of objects arranged in arrays with up to five columns and five rows; write an equation to show the total as the sum of equal addends. I CAN describe an array using a repeated addition equation.(No ratings)
Number Art(No ratings)
Number Art(No ratings)
October 28-November 1, 2013 "FROGS in Training"The Learners will "break apart"addends to add tens then ones(No ratings)
Pinpoint Lesson 5.1aRecognize and describe the attributes of objects. Tell time to the 15 minute intervals.(No ratings)
Place ValueStudents will understand how numbers are made up of ones, tens, and hundreds. Students will write numbers in expanded form, base ten form, word form, and standard form.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
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,(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
Review Fractions to forthsYou will review fractions to forths and create fraction number stories(No ratings)
Saxon Lesson 100-2Students will be able to find the area of a large shape by covering it with pattern blocks and counting how many total units have been used.(No ratings)
Saxon Lesson 101Students will be able to identify, describe and compare the geometric solids: cone, cube, sphere, cylinder, rectangular prism, and pyramid and recognize them in real life examples.(No ratings)
Saxon Lesson 92Students will understand that adding equal groups is the concept of multiplicaion. They will be able to write number sentences to llustrate this concept.(No ratings)
Saxon Lesson 93Students will learn how to count by 25s using the concept of counting by quarter coins.(No ratings)
Saxon Lesson 94Students will be able to round 2 digit numbers to the nearest 10 using the concept of a number line.(No ratings)
Saxon Lesson 95-1Students will know subtraction facts for minus 7.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
Saxon Lesson 96Students will learn how to divide a set of an even number of objects in half.(No ratings)
Saxon Lesson 97Students will be able to divide an odd number of objects into two groups and understand that one will be left over.(No ratings)
Saxon Lesson 98Students will be able to round the 2 numbers in an addition problem and then add to find the estimated sum.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
ShapesStudents will identify specific two -dimensional and three-dimensional shapes appropriate for theuir grade level. Students will practice recognition and classification by locating shapes in their environment. Students will develop their critical thinking skills by using words and pictures to describe the location of their shapes.(No ratings)
SubtractionHow can we subtract single/double digit numbers?(No ratings)
Subtraction with borrowingTo ensure that students are able to preform addition and subtraction perfectly before moving on to multiplication.(No ratings)
Teaching geometric shapes through "The Greedy Triangle"Students will gain and apply information on geometric shapes by attending to the text "The Greedy Triangle".(No ratings)
Teaching geometric shapes through "The Greedy Triangle"Students will gain and apply information on geometric shapes by attending to the text "The Greedy Triangle".(No ratings)
Topic 8/ Jacobadd one-digit number to a two-digit number, regroup if necessary and record the process vertically(No ratings)
Understanding Place Value Triple DigitsStudents will add and subtract three digit numbers with regrouping.(No ratings)
25th November 2016Certain students should be able to complete sections out of their early bird maths book from 8:45-9:00, and ask for help when needed. The rest of the students will be using their workbooks to complete maths questions; asking for help when needed.(No ratings)
3rd Grade Fractions Part OneCommon Core Standard: CCSS.Math.Content.3.NF.A.2 2. Understand a fraction as a number on the number line; represent fractions on a number line diagram. CCSS.Math.Content.3.NF.A.2.a a. Represent a fraction 1/b on a number line diagram by defining the interval from 0 to 1 as the whole and partitioning it into b equal parts. Recognize that each part has size 1/b and that the endpoint of the part based at 0 locates the number 1/b on the number line. CCSS.Math.Content.3.NF.A.2.b b. Represent a fraction a/b on a number line diagram by marking off a lengths 1/b from 0. Recognize that the resulting interval has size a/b and that its endpoint locates the number a/b on the number line. ISTE Standards: III. Teaching, Learning, and the Curriculum A. facilitate technology-enhanced experiences that address content standards and the student technology standards.(No ratings)
3rd Grade MathStudents will understand Symmetry and Lines of Symmetry(No ratings)
9-4I can multiply and divide with multiples of ten.(No ratings)
9-4I can multiply and divide with multiples of ten.(No ratings)
9-5I can multiply and divide multi-digit numbers(No ratings)
9-6 NOT DONEI can multiply and divide multi-digit numbers(No ratings)
Bar GraphStudents will understand the main concept of a bar graph and be able to read and make their own bar graph.(No ratings)
Bar GraphsStudents will be able to make their own bar graphs with given information and to be able to read the graphs as well.(No ratings)
BenchmarksStudents can estimate fractions using benchmarks.(No ratings)
Build Your Own Dream HomeBy the end of this lesson students will be able to: 1. Understand the structure of area and the difference between area and perimeter. 2. Connect area to multiplication. 3. Individually construct representations, diagrams, or maps of places that are part of the students every day life (dream house).(No ratings)
Clock FractionsStudents will be able to recognize that clocks are broken into parts. Students will be able to cut the clock into four parts and label each part: o'clock, quarter after, half past, and quarter to the hour.(No ratings)
Collecting DataStudents must collect and organize data.(No ratings)
Comparing FractionsI can compare fractions using visual models.(No ratings)
Decomposing and Composing with GramsStandard: 3.MD.1.2 Measure and estimate liquid volumes and masses of objects using standard units of grams (g), kilograms (kg), and liters (l). Add, subtract, multiply, or divide to solve one-step word problems involving masses or volumes that are given in the same units. Objective: Build and decompose a kilogram to reason about the size and weight of 1 kilogram, 10 grams, and 1 gram.(No ratings)
Divide by 10Use repeated subtraction, a number line, or a multiplication table to divide by 10.(No ratings)
Divide by 2Use models to represent division by 2.(No ratings)
Divide by 3Use equal groups, a number line, or a related multiplication fact to divide by 3.(No ratings)
Divide by 4Use an array, equal groups, factors, or a related multiplication fact to divide by 4.(No ratings)
Divide by 5Count by 5s, count back on a number line, or use 10s facts and doubles to divide by 5.(No ratings)
Divide by 6Use equal groups, a related multiplication fact, or factors to divide by 6(No ratings)
Divide by 7Use an array, a related multiplication fact or equal groups to divide by 7.(No ratings)
Divide by 8Use repeated subtraction, a related multiplication fact, or a multiplication table to divide by 8(No ratings)
Dividing by 9Use equal groups, factors, or a related multiplication fact to divide by 9.(No ratings)
DivisionStudents will learn to make equals sets from a large group. Students will divide groups into equal groups Students will learn vocabulary related to division(No ratings)
Equivalent FractionsTo identify fractions equivalent to 1/2(No ratings)
equivalent fractions,Students will use multiplication to create equivalent fractions.(No ratings)
equivalent fractions,Students will use multiplication to create equivalent fractions.(No ratings)
equivalent numberlinesStudents can place equivalent fractions on parallel number lines.(No ratings)
equivalent numberlinesStudents can place equivalent fractions on parallel number lines.(No ratings)
Everyday Math 3rd grade lesson 2-7Children add 2 and 3 digit numbers, discuss solution methods and make ballpark estimates to check addition results(No ratings)
Extended facts of Multiplication and DivisionI can develop strategies for solving extended multiplication and division facts.(No ratings)
extra 4 pdp's lesson---Ellen Hibbard, Patricia Pelkey, and Donna BellTo master 6's, 7's, and 8's multiplication facts.(No ratings)
Factors of counting NumbersI can find different combinations of numbers to make a product. (3 ratings)
Family RelationshipsStudents will understand that multiplication is an easier way to add large groups of equal number groups. They will also understand how division is the partition of a whole number into equal groups and what is the relationship between multiplication and division(No ratings)
Family TiesStudents will solve division problems by taking a whole group and partitioning it into small equal groups(No ratings)
Farming ArraysStudents will understand principles of multiplication given the terminology and symbols of multiplication Students will display their understanding of multiplication when given a multiplication expression they will use pictures to represent the expression Students will display their understanding of multiplication arrays when given a multiplication expression they will use foam fruit/vegetable cut out pieces to represent their expression in an array(No ratings)
Fiddle Dee Diddle---It's Time for a RiddleWorking in groups of 3-4, students will be able to piece together the Riddle Time handout of 4+ riddles, each working on a separate function of multiplication, addition, division, and subtraction, with 100% accuracy Working independently, students will be able to complete a Riddle Time handout of 4+ riddles with 90% accuracy(No ratings)
Form TypesStudents should be able to write a given number in Standard, Word, and Expanded Form.(No ratings)
Fraction Review Day 1I can place fractions on a number-line. I can compare fractions to one another as greater than, less than, or equal to another fraction.(No ratings)
Fraction Review Day 1I can place fractions on a number-line. I can compare fractions to one another as greater than, less than, or equal to another fraction.(No ratings)
FractionsBe able to define fraction, numerator, denominator, fraction bar, unit fraction, and multiple.(No ratings)
Fractions and DecimalsStudents will be able to analyze, compare, compose and/or partition shapes.(No ratings)
Fractions Lesson PlanDefine fraction, numerator, denominator, fraction bar, unit fraction, and multiple. Identify the number of shaded parts and the number of equals parts in a shape (circle, rectangle). Identify a fraction by comparing the number of shaded parts to the number of equal parts. Write a fraction using mathematical notation and using words. Recognize, the value of a fraction is not changed by which sections of a shape are shaded. Recognize, the positioning of a shape does not change the value of the fraction it represents. Explain what a fraction is. Apply fraction concepts to complete five interactive exercise(No ratings)
Fractions Lesson PlanDefine fraction, numerator, denominator, fraction bar, unit fraction, and multiple. Identify the number of shaded parts and the number of equals parts in a shape (circle, rectangle). Identify a fraction by comparing the number of shaded parts to the number of equal parts. Write a fraction using mathematical notation and using words. Recognize, the value of a fraction is not changed by which sections of a shape are shaded. Recognize, the positioning of a shape does not change the value of the fraction it represents. Explain what a fraction is. Apply fraction concepts to complete five interactive exercise(No ratings)
Fractions of Calculations Everyday Math 7-12I can solve equal-sharing problems.(No ratings)
Fractions on a Number Line-Day 2I can identify fractions greater than, less than, and equal to one on a number line(No ratings)
Geometry: Classify Shapes (Envisions Math 15-2)Identify and classify shapes by number of sides, equal sides, and parallel sides.(No ratings)
Grade 3 Math, Problem Solving , 09-11-2014SWBAT solve problems with real world word problems(No ratings)
Grade 3 Math, Rounding 2 and 3 Digit Numbers, 09-08-2014Rounding 2-Digit and 3-Digit Numbers to the Nearest Ten or Hundred (3 ratings)
Grade 3 Math, Rounding 4-Digit Numbers, 09-10-2014SWBAT: Expalin the steps to Rounding 4-Digit number to the Nearest Ten and Hundred(No ratings)
Grade 3 Math, Rounding and Estimates, 09-09-2014SWBAT: Expalin the steps to Rounding 2-Digit and 3-Digit numbers to the Nearest Ten and Hundred(No ratings)
Grade 3 Math, Rounding and Estimates, 09-09-2014SWBAT: Expalin the steps to Rounding 2-Digit and 3-Digit numbers to the Nearest Ten and Hundred(No ratings)
Graphing the EquipmentStudents will review graphing data(No ratings)
I CAN MULTIPLY AND DIVIDE BY 4Students will be able to recall multiplication and division facts by 4. Students understand multiplication and divison by completing given activities .(No ratings)
Introduction to MultiplicationAfter the completion of chapter 4, students will understand what multiplication means, be able to solve word problems involving multiplication and know their facts through through 4.(No ratings)
Introduction to MultiplicationAfter the completion of chapter 4, students will understand what multiplication means, be able to solve word problems involving multiplication and know their facts through through 4.(No ratings)
K-3 Plus Math Post TestStudents will complete the "End of 2nd Grade Envisions Math Assessment" as their end of K-3 Plus post test.(No ratings)
Lattice Multiplication LessonStudents will be able to use the Lattice method of multiplication as an alternative method for multiplying multi-digit numbers,(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to create arrays for various word problems involving items in rows and varied numbers of rows.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanTo introduce the number line as a model for fractions To guide children as they find equivalent fractions To guide children as they compare fractions using region models To demonstrate naming quantities greater than 1 with fractions and mixed numbers To provide experiences with solving number stories involving fractions(No ratings)
Lesson PlanSWBAT create an animal shape using multiplication arrays and the area model to enforce understanding of multiplication and area.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to build a polygon monster glyph using their understanding of different geometric shapes relating to real life situations. Geometry. 1 - Reasons with shape and their attributes(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to understand the value of the parts and whole, numerators and denominators(No ratings)
Lesson PlanLearning Target : I can solve using basic third grade steps using the addition properties of adding.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will learn to count arrays in order to determin how to solve multiplication equations.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will work in small groups, partners and independently to create an understanding of place value using expanded, standard and word form.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanDevelop an understanding on how to multiply by the factor of 2(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will recall two plane and three dimensional shapes,(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to add single and double digits using manipulatives according to their group.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to add grocery items together to find total cost and will be able to add the numbers together by lining up the numbers with the decimal points aligned.(No ratings)
Lesson Planstudents will be able to make a poster and present to the class by Friday you may use markers u will need to bring a poster and on a white piece of paper brain storm Ideas.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanSPECIFY PORTION WHOLE INTO EQUAL PARTS, IDENTIFYING AND COUNTING UNIT FRACTIONS USING CONCRETE MODELS(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to "use equal groups, a related multiplication fact, or factors to divide by 6."(No ratings)
Lesson PlanI can create and identify rules for comparing fractions.(No ratings)
Lesson Plan(No ratings)
Lesson PlanLearning Target: The Student will be able to correctly identify a plot on a 1st coordinate plane.(No ratings)
Lesson Plan1) to be able to add single figure numbers from 1-10 2) to be able to add double digit numbers from 10-99 3) to be able to add triple digit numbers from 100 onwards(No ratings)
Lesson Plan1) to be able to add single figure numbers from 1-10 2) to be able to add double digit numbers from 10-99 3) to be able to add triple digit numbers from 100 onwards(No ratings)
Lesson PlanIn this lesson I would like for the students to have an art aspect that they can and enjoy . I would also like for the students to be able to learn and or review their multiplication tables .(No ratings)
Lesson PlanIn this lesson I would like for the students to have an art aspect that they can and enjoy . I would also like for the students to be able to learn and or review their multiplication tables .(No ratings)
Lesson Plan- Science/P.E.ELA/Math Class V09 Teacher; M. King Asst. Teachers: B. Arteaga, A. Falla Student Teacher: A. Hosein-- The students will demonstrate the ability to monitor their heart rate before an activity -- Students will be able to apply the dynamic changes that take place after an activity.(No ratings)
Line PlotsStudents will be able to organize/read/interpret data from a line plot..(No ratings)
Locating fractions on a number lineI can locate and place fractions on a numberline.(No ratings)
Making GroupsStudents will learn how to multiply using arrays and diagrams(No ratings)
Making GroupsStudents will learn how to multiply using arrays and diagrams(No ratings)
Math 7-10I can compare fractions and justify my reasoning.(No ratings)
Math 7-11I can solve fraction number stories.(No ratings)
Math 7-8 Day 2I can create and analyze rules for fractions. I can compare two fractions using the terms greater than than less than or equal to.(No ratings)
Math 7-8 Day 1I can order fractions that have the same numerator and write rules for ordering similar sets of fractions.(No ratings)
Math & Art connections with Multiplication Illusionpractice multiplication problem and then turn it into a visually intriguing work of art.(No ratings)
Math - Parentheses First RuleIdentify, model, create and solve number sentences using the “parentheses first” rule.(No ratings)
Math 05/02/2016 Math ReviewI can identify shared attributes of prisms. I can identify and plot fractions on a number-line. I can measure to the nearest 1/4 inch. I can name factors that make up any given number. I can solve equal sharing problems.(No ratings)
Math 05/03/2016 Math Unit 8 TestI can identify shared attributes of prisms. I can identify and plot fractions on a number-line. I can measure to the nearest 1/4 inch. I can name factors that make up any given number. I can solve equal sharing problems.(No ratings)
Math 05/04/2016 9-1I can record factor pairs of numbers.(No ratings)
Math 05/06/2016 9-3I can solve multiplication problems mentally and efficiently.(No ratings)
Math 05/12/2016 9-3I can solve multiplication problems mentally and efficiently.(No ratings)
Math 1.1Students will be able to read and write 3-digit and 4-digit numbers in standard, expanded and word form.(No ratings)
Math 2-17-21(No ratings)
Math 2-24-2-28(No ratings)
Math 2/24Students will compare fractions by using manipulatives. Students will use models and benchmarks to compare fractions. Students will describe how the size of the fractional part is related to the number of equal sized pieces in the whole.(No ratings)
Math 3-17/3-21Describe, classify, and compare angles.(No ratings)
Math 4/25/16 8-6-sharing moneyI can model equal sharing with ten and one dollar bills.(No ratings)
Math 4/26/16 8-7 Exploring Number-lines, fractions, and areaI can compare fractions, create equivalent fractions, and find the areas of rectangles(No ratings)
Math 4/28/16 8-8 Solid ShapesI can identify shared attributes of prisms.(No ratings)
Math 4/7-4-11Students will measure objects using fractional parts of linear suits such as 1/2, 1/4, And 1/10(No ratings)
Math 7.6 - Divide by 6Students should be able to "use equal groups, a related multiplication fact, or factors to divide by 6."(No ratings)
Math 9-2I can solve number stories by multiplying and dividing with multiples of 10.(No ratings)
Math and the World CupStudents will be able to apply addition and subtraction to play a math game on the world cup(No ratings)
Math AssessmentI can compare fractions to other fractions. I can order fractions from least to greatest. I can place a fraction properly on a number-line. I can count by fractions.(No ratings)
Math February 10-14Represent factions, including fractions greater than one, using area, set and linear models.(No ratings)
Math for Feb. 3 thru 7Students will establish visual models for thinking about fractions and forming them and identifying the corresponding wholes. They will see how a unit or whole can be subdivided into equal parts.(No ratings)
Math Jan 20-24(No ratings)
Math Jan 27-31(No ratings)
Math Jan 6-10(No ratings)
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 (\$).(No ratings)
Math, Memory, Fun!Memory Skills The development of multiplication memorization Communication(No ratings)
Math, Memory, Fun!Memory Skills The development of multiplication memorization Group cooperation Communication(No ratings)
Math, Memory, Fun!Memory Skills The development of multiplication memorization Group cooperation Communication(No ratings)
MEASUREMENT MARATHONThis unit is designed to aid in the understanding of third grade students regarding mathematic skills in measurement.The students will be able to showcase their skills as they do hands-on learning activities to measure, estimate, and record their results.(No ratings)
Measurement to the nearest 1/4 inchI can estimate a measurement to the nearest half-inch on a ruler.(No ratings)
Mr. Berman Math-FractionsI can accurately place fractions on a number line. I can explain how a fraction is a part of a whole. I can identify equivalent fractions on a number-line.(No ratings)
Multiplication T. Morton-3rdFind the product of factors with 6 and 7.(No ratings)
Multiplication T. Morton-3rdFind the product of factors with 11 and 12(No ratings)
MultiplicationHow can we multiply single/double digit numbers?(No ratings)
Multiplication #2 T. Morton-3rdFind the product of a factor of 8.(No ratings)
Multiplication + DivisionBy the end of chapter 4, students will understand the concepts of multiplication and division, be able to solve simple multiplication and division words problems and know their multiplication facts through 4.(No ratings)
multiplication and divisionStudents will learn the basic mutiplication and division problems using a pencil and paper along with a times table chart to understand how the problem is to be worked out.(No ratings)
Multiplication FlipbooksStudents will define product as the result of multiplication. Students will interpret and explain products as the number of objects in groups of objects.(No ratings)
Multiplying and Dividing ChocolateStudents will demonstrate their knowledge of multiplication and division skills by creating arrays of word problems using tin pans and chocolate candies.(No ratings)
Music Preference GraphsUsing data collected from class survey on music genre preferences, students will create a bar graph displaying the results and answer questions about the information shown on the graph.(No ratings)
Musical colored glassesStudents should be able to effectively measure fractions such as one whole, three quarters of a whole, one half, and one quarter of a whole. Students will be able to identify different sounds associated with different measurements.(No ratings)
PictographsStudents to understand, read and graph using pictographs.(No ratings)
Place ValueStudents will be able to use and understand place through various activities.(No ratings)
Place Value - 3rd GradeStudents will be able to use place value to determine a number's value. Students will be able to use place value to correctly round a number to the nearest 10 or 100.(No ratings)
Problem Solving Candice Mack EDU / 311 February 23, 2015Be able to use problem-solving techniques to formulate a mathematical model for and solve a complex problem. Be able to make appropriate use of technology in the solution of a mathematical problem.(No ratings)
Problem Solving * Two-Step ProblemsSolve two-step problems by using the strategy act it out(No ratings)
Rectangle RaceModel with Multiplication Represent Multiplication with Arrays Use appropriate tools strategically Attend to precision Reason abstractly(No ratings)
Rectangle RaceModel with Multiplication Represent Multiplication with Arrays Use appropriate tools strategically Attend to precision Reason abstractly(No ratings)
ReviewFor students to be able to put one set of data into all four graphs.(No ratings)
Review of Rounding to the 10's PlaceStudents will be reviewing how to round numbers to the nearest tens place. (1 rating)
Rounding to 10 and 100Student will be able to round numbers to the nearest 10 and 100(No ratings)
Setting Up ChairsI can problem solve and evaluate mathematical solutions.(No ratings)
Setting up chairs-Day 2I can evaluate an argument or conjecture for validity.(No ratings)
Stepping Stones Module 4 Lesson 8Students will reason abstractly and quantitatively while reviewing fractional concepts; including the naming of fractions and how the same fractional amount can look different.(No ratings)
Subtracting On A Hundred ChartStudents use hundred chart to subtract 2 digit numbers and develop mental math strategies.(No ratings)
The Armadillo from Amarillo Day 1I can explain the purpose of Informational Fiction.(No ratings)
The Hands of NineThe students will be able to complete the hands of nine worksheet by using the construction paper hands they made in class with 100% accuracy.(No ratings)
The power of 6The student will be able to multiply 6 by 0-12(No ratings)
Today Lesson Plansstudents should be able to do this because we went over this(No ratings)
Topic 14understand the measurement process and the need for standard units.(No ratings)
Travel and CurrencyTo get students to be able to convert U.S. currency into other country's currency, using problem solving, addition, multiplication, and division.(No ratings)
Understanding FractionsExplore and identify equal parts of a whole.(No ratings)
Understanding ShapesTo understand shapes and be able to identify them.(No ratings)
Unit 7 AssessmentI can identify the proper placement of fractions on a number-line. I can order fractions from least to greatest. I can compare fractions to other fractions.(No ratings)
What Time is it?I can solve word problems involving elapsed time.(No ratings)
What's the part? What's the whole?Students will be able to determine the part of the whole that is covered and to determine the whole.(No ratings)
What's the part? What's the whole?Students will be able to determine the part of the whole that is covered and to determine the whole.(No ratings)
10-1Learn to use repeated subtraction to divide.(No ratings)
10-2Learn to use repeated subtraction to divide.(No ratings)
10-3Learn to use division as sharing.(No ratings)
10-4Learn to divide 2-digit by 1-digit numbers.(No ratings)
10-5Dividing 3-digit by 1-digit numbers.(No ratings)
10-6Deciding where to start dividing.(No ratings)
10-7Dividing 4-digit by 1-digit..(No ratings)
Addition and Subtraction Comparison ProblemsStudent will be able to solve comparison problems with leading language.(No ratings)
Addition and Subtraction ProblemsWrite and solve equations for collections problems.(No ratings)
April 13-April 17The learner can express a fraction with a denominator of 10 as an equivalent fraction The learner can use decimal notation for fractions with denominators of 10 or 100 The learner can compare two decimals to hundredths by reasoning about their size. The leaner can recognize that comparisons are valid only when the two decimals refer to the same whole(No ratings)
April 20-April 24The students can use decimal notation for fractions with denominators of 10 or 100 The students can compare two decimals to hundredths by reasoning about their size The students can record the results of comparisons using symbols and justify their conclusions The students can use the four basic operations to solve word problems(No ratings)
April 27-May 1The students can compare two decimals(No ratings)
Area and PerimeterStudents should be able to determine the area and perimeter of an object. CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.3.MD.C.7.B Multiply side lengths to find areas of rectangles with whole-number side lengths in the context of solving real world and mathematical problems, and represent whole-number products as rectangular areas in mathematical reasoning.(No ratings)
Beachtime MathStudents will learn: a. review relative value of coins. b. add coins. c. match like amounts. d. write the value of the item and the symbols for dollar and cents correctly. e. solve word problems by adding/subtracting the value of currency(No ratings)
Benchmark FractionsStudents will use benchmark fractions to estimate fractional parts.(No ratings)
Bishops1. State and apply rules of movement for bishops 2. Use movement rules to count moves and captures 3. Solve problems using bishops The main objective of this lesson is to teach the rules of movement for the bishops.(No ratings)
Classifying TrianglesClassifying triangles by their angles and side measurements. Describe triangles as acute, obtuse, right, equilateral, isosceles, or scalene.(No ratings)
Comparing FractionsStudents will use benchmark fractions to compare fractions with unlike denominators.(No ratings)
Continuing Multi-digit MultiplicationThe student will be able to solve 3 digit by 2 digit multiplication problems using a variety of methods.(No ratings)
Creating Grid art inspired by Sol LeWittStudents will be able to connect grids to art and math. This is a pre activity to a field trip to Mass MoCA to see the Sol LeWitt exhibit. LeWitt was an artist who worked with visible grids in his art work. He also was an artist who wrote precise directions to create his art work - usually created by college art students. Directions are very mathematical- needing a tape measure to measure length, width and height of lines and placement. Students will get a chance to make their own grid art. I will give directions to fill three squares using words only. Other students can volunteer to give directions to their peers to fill in a square of the grid with mathematical directions.(No ratings)
Dave's testHow does one see attachments?(No ratings)
Day 1 - April 27, 2015 Lesson by Mitzi RodriguezStudents will be able to use a variety of strategies and visual models to multiply factors up to four-digits by one-digit. Students will be able to compare amounts using equations and multiplicative comparisons.(No ratings)
Day 2 - April 28, 2015 Lesson by Mitzi RodriguezStudents will be able to use a variety of strategies and visual models to multiply factors up to four-digits by one-digit. Students will be able to compare amounts using equations and multiplicative comparisons.(No ratings)
Day 3 - April 29, 2015 Lesson by Mitzi RodriguezStudents will be able to use a variety of strategies and visual models to multiply factors up to four-digits by one-digit. Students will be able to compare amounts using equations and multiplicative comparisons.(No ratings)
Day 4 - April 30, 2015 Lesson by Mitzi RodriguezStudents will be able to use a variety of strategies and visual models to multiply factors up to four-digits by one-digit. Students will be able to compare amounts using equations and multiplicative comparisons.(No ratings)
December 1-5The students can find whole number quotients and remainders with up to four digit dividends and one digit divisor The students can illustrate and explain calculations by using equations, rectangular arrays, and or/area models(No ratings)
December 15-19The students can multiply two digit multiples of 10 by two digit numbers using a place value chart The students can multiply two digit multiples of 10 by two digit numbers using an area model The students can multiply two digit by two digit numbers using four partial products The students can transition from four partial products to the standard algorithm for two digit by two digit multiplication(No ratings)
December 8-12(No ratings)
Decomposing Angles Using Pattern BlocksUtilizing pattern blocks and partnership, students will be able to identify patterns within angles around a central point.(No ratings)
Division 1 of 3To be able to know what types of division you can do and how. To learn how to do simple division. Possibly learn how to do Harder division.(No ratings)
EDM Unit 7, Lesson 7.2: Fractions of SetsStudents will investigate different ways to divide sets of into fractional parts.(No ratings)
Elapsed TimeStudent will be able to tell time and begin to find the elapsed time between two times.(No ratings)
Elapsed Time 2Student will be able to tell time and begin to find the elapsed time between two times.(No ratings)
End of the Unit TestI can: *solve division problems by making groups of the divisor. *use known multiplication combinations to solve division problems *develop strategies for multiplying that involve breaking apart numbers(No ratings)
Equivalent FractionsStudents will: Review fractions as equal parts of a whole Explain the meaning of the denominator and numerator Explain why a fraction is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models(No ratings)
Equivalent FractionsStudents will use models and objects to show equivalent fractions.(No ratings)
Equivalent FractionsStudents will use models and objects to show equivalent fractions.(No ratings)
Estimating Fractional AmountsStudents will estimate fractional parts of regions and sets. They will estimate fractions for points on the number line.(No ratings)
Estimating Fractional AmountsStudents will estimate fractional parts of regions and sets. They will estimate fractions for points on the number line.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
February 16-February20The students can understand a fraction as a/b as a multiple of 1/b The students can understand a multiple of a/b as a multiple of 1/b The students can solve word problems involving multiplication of a fraction by a whole number(No ratings)
February 2-6The students can decompose a fraction into a sum of fractions with the same denominator in more than one way The students can compare two fractions with different numerators and denominators The students can solve word problems involving addition and subtraction of fractions referring to the same whole and having like denominators(No ratings)
February 23, 2016I can use line plots and line graphs to answer questions involving fractions and whole numbers.(No ratings)
February 23-February 27The students can interpret a multiplication equation as a comparison The students can represent verbal statements of multiplicative comparisons as multiplication equations The students can multiply or divide to solve word problems involving multiplicative comparison (using symbols to represent unknown amounts) The students can multiply a whole number of up to four digits by a one digit whole number The students can illustrate and explain the calculation using equations, arrays, or models The students can recognize relative sizes of measurements within one system of measurement The students can use the four operations to solve word problems involving distance, time, money, mass, and volume(No ratings)
February 9-February 13The students can use an area model to decompose fractions when adding and subtracting The students can solve word problems which require addition and subtraction The students can change improper fractions to mixed numbers The students can change mixed numbers to improper fractions(No ratings)
Finding Equivalent FractionsStudents will use models to find equivalent fractions(No ratings)
Fractions and DivisionStudents will describe and compare fractional parts of whole objects and sets.(No ratings)
Fractions and DivisionStudents will describe and compare fractional parts of whole objects and sets.(No ratings)
Fractions and SetsStudents will associate the model, symbol, and words used to describe a fractional part of a set.(No ratings)
Fractions in Simplest FormStudents will express equivalent fractions in simplest form.(No ratings)
Fractions in Simplest FormStudents will express equivalent fractions in simplest form.(No ratings)
Fractions in Simplest FormStudents will express equivalent fractions in simplest form.(No ratings)
Fractions Made EnoughTo Teach the Students How to Work With Fractions(No ratings)
Fractions on the Number LineStudents will find and write fractions and mixed numbers on a number line. Students will compare and order fractions and mixed numbers.(No ratings)
Fractions Week 3Students will 1. Demonstrate an understanding of equivalent fractions 2. Multiply whole numbers with fractions. 3. Use fractions as scaling(No ratings)
Fractions: Regions and SetsStudents will identify and draw fractional parts of a region and a set, and divide sets to show fractional parts.(No ratings)
Fractions: Regions and SetsStudents will express equivalent fractions in simplest form.(No ratings)
FridayI can review rounding and estimating.(No ratings)
Get to Know StudentGet to know the student. Get to learn about student hobbies. Learn what the student's goals are for the JKGC Tutorial Program.(No ratings)
Gr. 4 Geometry Unit, Day 1: Can You Imitate Geometry Terms Using the Language of Football?Students will be able to recognize and correctly identify the following terms/ideas: line segment, line, parallel lines, perpendicular lines & intersecting lines.(No ratings)
Gr. 4 Geometry Unit, Day 2: What is Your Angle?Students will be able to recognize and correctly identify the following terms/ideas: vertex, right, acute, obtuse, & straight angle.(No ratings)
Gr. 4 Geometry Unit, Day 3: What is my Line?Students will be able to recognize and correctly identify parallel lines, perpendicualr lines & right angles in 2D figures.(No ratings)
Gr. 4 Geometry Unit, Day 4: Have You Seen My Triangle Class?Students will be able to recognize and correctly identify equilateral, isosceles, scalene, & right triangles.(No ratings)
Gr. 4 Geometry Unit, Day 5: Can You Help Name My Angle Friend and Measure How Wide He Is?Students will be able to recognize, name, and correctly measuere angles up to 180 degrees.(No ratings)
Improper Fractions and Mixed NumbersStudents will identify and write mixed numbers as improper fractions and improper fractions as mixed numbers.(No ratings)
Intro to FractionsStudents will learn that a fraction names part of a region or part of a group. Students will learn a fraction is the number of shaded parts divided by the number of equal parts. Students will learn the numerator is the number above the fraction bar, and the denominator is the number below the fraction bar.(No ratings)
introducing fractionis to teach the students the meaning of fractions and have them know how to set them up and to be able to understand why we have fractions.(No ratings)
Introduction to FractionsStudents will be able to recognize the numerator as the part and the denominator as the whole in fractions.(No ratings)
January 12-January 16The students can multiply or divide to solve word problems The students can solve multi-step word problems The students can use place value understanding to round whole numbers to any place The students can find whole number quotients with remainders The students can determine whether a number is prime or composite(No ratings)
January 19-23The students can decompose a fraction into a sum of fractions with the same demonimator(No ratings)
January 5- January 9The students can demonstrate mastery in the following skills: Divide two digits by one digit Decompose a multiplication problem Recognize the place value of a given digit Recognize multiples(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
Lesson 1-10 Comparing and Ordering DecimalsIn this lesson, students will understand that place value can be used to compare and order numbers.(No ratings)
Lesson 1-11 Use RepresentationsStudents will understand that information in a problem can often be shown with a picture or diagram and used to understand and solve the problem.(No ratings)
Lesson 1-12 Use RepresentationsStudents will understand that information in a problem can often be shown with a picture or diagram and used to understand and solve the problem.(No ratings)
Lesson 1-2 Place Value RelationshipsStudents will interpret the value of each place value position as 10 times the position to the right and 1/10th of the value of the place to is left.(No ratings)
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 =.(No ratings)
Lesson 1-4 Rounding Whole NumbersRounding whole numbers to a given place through the hundreds thousands place.(No ratings)
Lesson 1-5 Problem Solving: Writing to ExplainStudents write mathematical explanations using words, pictures, numbers, symbols, and representations. They display, explain, and justify mathematical ideas and arguments using precise mathematical language, according to TEKS 4.1G. Learners identify patterns in shapes and write how to get the sum. They solve word problems by explaining number sequences, ordering, comparing, and rounding numbers. Explanations are correct, simple, complete, and easy to understand.(No ratings)
Lesson 1-6 Using Money to Understand DecimalsIn this lesson, student use money and hundredths grids to develop an understanding of decimals.(No ratings)
Lesson 1-7 Decimal Place ValueIn this lesson, student will understand that the same name patterns of place value in whole numbers are seen in decimal place value with the exception of the ones.(No ratings)
Lesson 1-8 Fractions & DecimalsIn this lesson, student will understand the connection between decimals and fractions is essential to the study of the decimal number system.(No ratings)
Lesson 1-9 Decimals on the number lineIn this lesson, student will improve their decimal number sense by locating decimals on a number line.(No ratings)
Lesson 2-1 Using Mental Math to Add & SubtractStudents will develop and use strategies and methods for whole number computations and decimal sums and differences in order to solve problems with efficiency and accuracy.(No ratings)
Lesson 2-5 Subtracting across 0'sAdd and subtract whole numbers and decimals to the hundredth place using the standard algorithm.(No ratings)
Lesson 3-3 Multiplying by multiples of 10 & 100Students will understand that basic facts and place value patterns can be used to find products when one factor is 10 or 100.(No ratings)
Lesson 3-4 Distributive PropertyStudents will use strategies and algorithms, including the standard algorithm, to multiply up to a four digit number by a one digit number and to multiply a two digit number by a two digit number.(No ratings)
Lesson 3-6 Using Mental Math to MultiplyStudents will understand that there is more than one way to do a mental calculation.(No ratings)
Lesson 3-8 Multi-Step ProblemsStudents will understand that some problems can be solved by first finding and solving one or more sub-problems to solve the original problem.(No ratings)
Lesson 5-1Students will use place value understanding and properties of operations to perform multi-digit arithemtic.(No ratings)
Lesson 5-2Students will use place value understanding and properties of operations to perform multi-digit arithmetic.(No ratings)
Lesson 5-3Students will use place value understanding and properties of operations to perform multi-digit arithmetic.(No ratings)
Lesson Plan Math- Angles Class V16 Teacher: M. King, Asst. Teacher: B. ArteagaStudents learn about classifying angles by their measure. 1. The student will have a better understanding of how to classify triangles. 2. The student will be able to find the angle of a triangle when they already know two of the three angles. 3. The student will be able to measure and determine the value of angles using a protractor. 4. The student will have a better awareness of how many angles there are in their surroundings.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to determine when they are looking for Area and when they are looking for Perimeter.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanI can compare and order numbers to 100,000 and find the rule in a number pattern.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanI can compare and order numbers to 100,000 and find the rule in a number pattern.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanRead and write multi-digit numbers using base ten numerals, number names, and expanded form.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to use several methods to multiply two, two digit numbers.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanBy the end of the class, students will be able to make selections of goods from holiday advertisements and perform the operations of addition, subtraction and multiplication as directed in 3 out of 4 trials with at least 80% accuracy as measured by teacher made assessment.(No ratings)
Lesson Planwork hard and to be able to understand how to do fractions and multipacation correct(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will use models to represent decimals to hundredths. They will read and write decimals in expanded, standard, and word forms.(No ratings)
Lesson Plan4.NBT.B.6. Find whole-number quotients and remainders with up to four-digit dividends and one-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.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanFind the mean of a data set. Use information to find mean of a set grouped on a plot line.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanThe learner will be able to draw pictures of mixed numbers; TLWBA write mixed numbers and fractions for given pictures(No ratings)
Lesson PlanLesson 2.1 Student will be able to appropriately line up multi digit numbers and perform the correct number of operation.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanSTUDENTS will be able to place correct sign <,> or = by looking at two decimals on a number line .(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudent will review the following topics: Single digit additiion skip counting filling in missing numbers(No ratings)
Lesson PlanToday, we are visiting ShopRite in Brookdale, located in Bloomfield, New Jersey. The students will not only utilize \$100 to plan a 5-day week of meals for a family of four, they will also be graded on the level of nutrition and innovation they use when choosing items.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to understand, that if given the same numbers in a multiplication problem, those numbers can be switched and students will still get the same answer. (Commutative Prop.) Ex. 5x2=2x5(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will demonstrate and understand that equivalent fractions are two or more ways of describing the same amount by using different size fractional parts.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should know relative sizes of measurement units within one system of units including km, m, cm. Within a single system of measurement, express measurements in a larger unit in terms of a smaller unit. Record measurement equivalents in a two-column table.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanToday, I will generate equivalent fractions using area models and on a number line.(No ratings)
Lessons 4-1 & 4-2 Expanded & Standard AlgorithmsStudents will use strategies and algorithms, including the standard algorithm, to multiply up to a four digit number by a one digit number and to multiply a two digit number by a two digit number. Strategies may include mental math, partial products, and the commutative, associate, and distributive properties(No ratings)
Lessons 4-3 & 4-4 Multiplying 2 and 3 digits by a 1 digit numberStudents will use strategies and algorithms, including the standard algorithm, to multiply up to a four digit number by a one digit number and to multiply a two digit number by a two digit number. Strategies may include mental math, partial products, and the commutative, associate, and distributive properties.(No ratings)
Lessons 4-5 Multiplying 4 digits by a 1 digit numberStudents will use strategies and algorithms, including the standard algorithm, to multiply up to a four digit number by a one digit number and to multiply a two digit number by a two digit number. Strategies may include mental math, partial products, and the commutative, associate, and distributive properties.(No ratings)
Lessons 4-6 more multiplying by a 1 digit numberStudents will use strategies and algorithms, including the standard algorithm, to multiply up to a four digit number by a one digit number and to multiply a two digit number by a two digit number. Strategies may include mental math, partial products, and the commutative, associate, and distributive properties.(No ratings)
Lessons 4-7 Draw a strip diagram and write an equationStudents will communicate mathematical ideas, reasoning, and their implications using multiple representations, including symbols, diagrams, graphs, and language as appropriate.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
March 2-March 6The students can convert measures from one unit to another in both standard and metric systems The students can apply basic operations when solving word problems The students can multiply up to three digits by two digits and explain using a tape diagram(No ratings)
March 23-March 27The students can draw points, lines, line segments, rays, angles, and perpendicular and parallel lines. The students can identify all of the above in two dimensional figures The students can classify two dimensional figures based on the presence or absence of parallel or perpendicular lines The students can recognize right triangles as a category and identify them as such The students can recognize a line of symmetry and draw those lines(No ratings)
March 30-April 2The students can classify two dimensional figures based on the presence or absence of parallel or perpendicular lines or the presence or absence of angles of a specified size The students can recognize right triangles the students can recognize a line of symmetry(No ratings)
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(No ratings)
Math 3/28Students will use models to subtract fractions with like denominators.(No ratings)
Math 3/29Students use computational procedures to subtract fractions with like denominators and solve problems.(No ratings)
Math JeopardyStudents to engage numbers with confidence, while also having fun. Students will become familiar with common problems in math using familiar terms.(No ratings)
Math Lesson for May 17, 2015 by Freddie Roman - ToroChange customary units of length from larger units to smaller units.(No ratings)
Math Lesson for May 20, 2015 by Freddie Roman - ToroChange metric units of length from larger units to smaller units.(No ratings)
Math Lesson for May 22, 2015 by Freddie Roman - ToroChange metric units of length from larger units to smaller units.(No ratings)
Mathematics Lesson PlanUse number lines to compare and contrast numbers Use number lines to solve arithmetic equations.(No ratings)
Measure it!This lesson introduces the students to two uses of electricity - a microwave to boil water and a refrigerator to chill gelatin(No ratings)
MondayI can compare and order numbers to 100,000 and find the rule in a number pattern.(No ratings)
Money ShoppingI can use money (count, add, and subtract) in a real life situation.(No ratings)
multiplication & division equationsStudents should be able to write equations from stories. Students should be able to write stories to match equations. Students should be able to complete 2-3 step word problems and create a T-Table to explain their thinking. Students should apply their prior knowledge of variables and inverse operations to solve equations.(No ratings)
Multiplication FactsStudent should be able to accurately complete multiplication facts up to 144 from memory, within 5 minutes.(No ratings)
Multiplication ReviewStudents will practice multiplication using the Independent activity of How Many Cup?(No ratings)
Multiply Using the Distributive PropertyStudents will use multiple representations for multiplication. Students will use the distributive property in multiplication. Students will explain the distributive property and why it works.(No ratings)
Multiply Using the Distributive PropertyStudents will use multiple representations for multiplication. Students will use the distributive property in multiplication. Students will explain the distributive property and why it works.(No ratings)
Multiplying by 2 digit4.4 The student will a) estimate sums, differences, products, and quotients of whole numbers; b) add, subtract, and multiply whole numbers; c) divide whole numbers, finding quotients with and without remainders; and d) solve single-step and multistep addition, subtraction, and multiplication problems with whole numbers.(No ratings)
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(No ratings)
Multiplying Using LatticeThe student will be able to multiply two digit by two digit multiplication problems using the lattice method.(No ratings)
mutiplication tableto be able to multiply to 20(No ratings)
My New LessonEssential Question: How does math relate to me, my community and throughout the world? Using my prior knowledge, I can can identify, analyze, solve and create mathematical division problems and situations.(No ratings)
November 10-14The students can use equations, rectangular arrays, or area models to show how to multiply two 2-digit numbers(No ratings)
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(No ratings)
November 3-7The students can find the area of a figure The students can find the perimeter of a figure The students can use a formula to calculate the area and perimeter of a figure The student can multiply three digits by one digit(No ratings)
October 13-16The students can use area and perimeter formulas for rectangles(No ratings)
October 22, 2015I can use and identify my four operations to solve a multi-step word problem.(No ratings)
October 6-10The student will use a place value chart to explain metric conversions The student will apply metric conversions when solving word problems(No ratings)
October 6-10The students can change one unit of measure to another unit of measure The students can recognize unit of measure as one of length, mass, or time The students can make a table to list number pairs to show the relationship between measurement units(No ratings)
Ordering FractionsStudents will use common denominator and equivalent fractions to order fractions with unlike denominators.(No ratings)
Partial Product Area Model for Multi-Digit MultiplicationStudents will be able to use the Partial Product Area Model to solve multi-digit multiplication problems.(No ratings)
PEMDASTo have students follow the order of operations and solve problems correctly.(No ratings)
Place ValueObjective: Name numbers within 1 million by building understanding of the place value chart and placement of commas for naming base thousand units.(No ratings)
Problem Solving: Writing to ExplainStudents will write to explain whether an answer is correct or not.(No ratings)
Repeated SubtractionStudents will learn to use repeated subtraction to as a strategy to solve division problems.(No ratings)
Represent Change Problems with Situation EquationsIdentify the unknown and known quantities in a word problem.(No ratings)
Resource Room Grade 4The students will be able to tell time to the hour, half hour, 5 minute intervals and to the minute.(No ratings)
Review of Pawns1. State and apply rules of movement for pawns 2. Solve problems using pawns The main objective of this lesson is to reinforce the rules of pawn movement, especially the en passant capture, and to provide students with practice applying the rules of movement forthe pawns.(No ratings)
Review of Pawns1. State and apply rules of movement for pawns 2. Solve problems using pawns The main objective of this lesson is to reinforce the rules of pawn movement, especially the en passant capture, and to provide students with practice applying the rules of movement forthe pawns.(No ratings)
Roll it! make It! expand it!Students will learn to show the value of a number in it's numerical form, using cube units and in expanded form.(No ratings)
Rooks1. State and apply rules of movement for rooks 2. Use movement rules to count moves and captures 3. Solve problems using rooks 4. Understand the strategy of rook placement and the timing of when to use rooks The main objective of this lesson is to teach the rules of movement for the rooks(No ratings)
September 22-26The students can change one unit to another when given measurements of length or time The students can complete a table with missing measurements(No ratings)
September 29-October 3The students can write numbers in expanded form, word form, and standard form The students can round whole numbers to any place The students can add and subtract whole numbers with and without regrouping(No ratings)
Special Education 303For students to have fun while doing mental math problems in a game setting. For younger students, they may use marker boards to assist with problems and may have easier problems. For older students, they will encounter harder problems. Students will encounter addiction, subtraction, multiplication, and division review problems while playing a twist on the classical bingo game.(No ratings)
Subtracting Fractions with Common DenominatorStudents will: Understand that subtracting fractions with common denominators the answer is the difference between the numerators (a – c) over their common denominator. Use physical and virtual models to demonstrate an understanding of how to subtract fractions.(No ratings)
Symmetry Lesson: Courtney CooperStudents should be able to "Recognize a line of symmetry for a two-dimensional figure as a line across the figure such that the figure can be folded along the line into matching parts. Identify line-symmetric figures and draw lines of symmetry" (Common Core standard).(No ratings)
Team 3 1/05/2015 - 1/09/2015By the end of this lesson, students will describe the logical connection between particular sentences and paragraphs in a text with 80% accuracy. By the end of this lesson, students will use glossaries or beginning dictionaries, both print and digital, to determine or clarify the precise meaning of key words and phrases with 80% accuracy. By the end of this lesson, students will write a rough draft of the first stanza of their rap song with attention to end rhymes with 80% accuracy.(No ratings)
Team 3 1/20/2015 - 1/23/2015By the end of this lesson, students will compare and contrast the most important points and key details presented in two texts on the same topic with 80% accuracy. By the end of this lesson, students will use glossaries or beginning dictionaries, both print and digital, to determine or clarify the precise meaning of key words and phrases with 80% accuracy. By the end of this lesson, students will write a rough draft of the first stanza of their rap song with attention to end rhymes with 80% accuracy.(No ratings)
Team 3 1/27/2015 - 1/30/2015By the end of this lesson, students will explain how specific aspects of a text's illustrations contribute to what is conveyed by the words in a story with 80% accuracy. By the end of this lesson, students will distinguish the literal and nonliteral meanings of words and phrases in context with 80% accuracy. By the end of this lesson, students will write a rough draft of the first stanza of their rap song with attention to end rhymes with 80% accuracy.(No ratings)
Team 3 10/06/2014 - 10/10/2014By the end of this lesson, students will Interpret a multiplication equation as a comparison, and represent verbal statements of multiplicative comparisons as multiplication equations. with 80% accuracy.(No ratings)
Team 3 10/13/2014 - 10/16/2014By the end of this lesson, students will multiply or divide to solve word problems involving multiplicative comparison distinguishing multiplicative comparison from additive comparison with 80% accuracy.(No ratings)
Team 3 10/20/2014 - 10/24/2014By the end of this lesson, students will -Find all factor pairs for a whole number in the range 1–100. Recognize that a whole number is a multiple of each of its factors. -Determine whether a given whole number in the range 1–100 is a multiple of a given one-digit number. -Determine whether a given whole number in the range 1–100 is prime or composite with 80% accuracy.(No ratings)
Team 3 10/27/2014 - 10/30/2014By the end of this lesson, students will generate a number pattern that follows a given rule. Identify apparent features of the pattern that were not explicit in the rule itself, generate terms in the resulting sequence and observe that the terms appear to alternate between odd and even numbers. Explain informally why the numbers will continue to alternate in this way. By the end of this lesson, students will generate a shape pattern that follows a given rule. Identify apparent features of the pattern that were not explicit in the rule itself with 80% accuracy.(No ratings)
Team 3 11/03/2014 - 11/07/2014By the end of this lesson, students will solve multistep word problems posed with whole numbers and having whole-number answers using the four operations, Represent these problems using equations with a letter standing for the unknown quantity with 80% accuracy.(No ratings)
Team 3 11/10/2014 - 11/14/2014By the end of this lesson, students will - solve multi-step problems - use estimation to make sure the answer makes sense with 80% accuracy.(No ratings)
Team 3 11/17/2014 - 11/21/2014By the end of this lesson, students will - solve multi-step problems - use estimation to make sure the answer makes sense with 80% accuracy. By the end of this lesson, students will solve multistep word problems posed with whole numbers and having whole-number answers using the four operations, Represent these problems using equations with a letter standing for the unknown quantity with 80% accuracy. By the end of this lesson, students will generate a number pattern that follows a given rule. Identify apparent features of the pattern that were not explicit in the rule itself, generate terms in the resulting sequence and observe that the terms appear to alternate between odd and even numbers. Explain informally why the numbers will continue to alternate in this way. By the end of this lesson, students will generate a shape pattern that follows a given rule. Identify apparent features of the pattern that were not explicit in the rule itself with 80% accuracy.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
Team 3 12/08/2014 - 12/12/2014By the end of this lesson, students will Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, distinguishing literal from nonliteral language with 80% accuracy. By the end of this lesson, students will refer to parts of stories, dramas, or poems when writing or speaking about a text, using terms such as chapter; describe how each successive part builds on earlier sections with 80% accuracy. By the end of this lesson, students will distinguish their own point of view from that of the narrator or those of the characters with 80% accuracy. By the end of this lesson, students will choose words and phrases for effect with 80% accuracy.(No ratings)
Team 3 12/15/2014 - 12/19/2014By the end of this lesson, students will use information gained from illustrations and the words in a text to demonstrate understanding of the text with 80% accuracy. By the end of this lesson, students will Recognize and observe differences between the conventions of spoken and written standard English with 80% accuracy.(No ratings)
Team 3 12/22/2014 - 12/23/2014By the end of this lesson, students will Determine the meaning of the new word formed when a known affix is added to a known word with 80% accuracy. By the end of this lesson, students will Use sentence-level context as a clue to the meaning of a word or phrase with 80% accuracy.(No ratings)
Team 3 2/09/2015 - 2/12/2015By 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.(No ratings)
Team 3 8/25/2014 - 8/29/2014By the end of this lesson, students will -Recognize that in a multi-digit whole number, a digit in one place represents ten times what it represents in the place to its right. -Read and write multi-digit whole numbers using base-ten numerals, number names, and expanded form with 80% accuracy.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
Team 3 9/29/2014 - 10/03/2014By the end of this lesson, students will determine the central message, lesson, or moral and explain how it is conveyed through key details in the text with 80% accuracy. By the end of this lesson, students will ensure subject-verb and pronoun-antecedent agreement with 80% accuracy.(No ratings)
The Chess Board and Pawn Movement1. Name squares and chessmen at start of game 2. Set up the chessmen at the start of the game 3. State and apply rules of movement for the pawns The main objective of this lesson is to teach the rules of movement for the pawns, including en passant. A little about the board is also taught, as well as how the chessmen are set up at the beginning of the game. Students will play the pawn game to practice the rules of movement for the pawn.(No ratings)
The Knights and the Queen1. State and apply rules of movement for knights 2. Solve elementary problems using knights 3. State and apply rules of movement for the queen 4. Solve elementary problems using the queen The main objective of this lesson is teach the rules of movement for the knights and queen(No ratings)
ThursdayI can show my understanding of place value to the ten thousands place.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
Tree-Mendous PlotsStudents record and graph data. In groups, they will work to interpret the graphs. Finally, students will write stories that correspond to given graphs.(No ratings)
TuesdayI can add and subtract 5-digit numbers with and without regrouping.(No ratings)
Two-Step Problems Using Addition and SubtractionSolve two-step problems using a variety of approaches including equations, pictures, and mental math.(No ratings)
Unit 3 Lesson 4Students will be able to solve word problems involving multiplicative comparison by using drawings and equations to represent problems.(No ratings)
Unit 3 Lesson 5Students will relate the concept of multiplication and division as inverse operations by utilizing arrays and other strategies.(No ratings)
Unit 7 Measurement - Week of April 7 - 11The student will create a line plot displaying a data set of measurements in a fractional unit up to 1/8(No ratings)
Using Models to Compare FractionsStudents will use models to compare fractions(No ratings)
WednesdayI can review what I've learned about place value of 5-digit numbers to prepare for my test.(No ratings)
5th grade 1-12-15 Kevin's Lesson PlanStudents should be able to relate volume to the operations of multiplication and addition and solve real world and mathematical problems involving volume.(No ratings)
5th grade 1-19-2015Students should understand that attributes belonging to a category of two-dimensional figures also belong to all subcategories of that category.(No ratings)
5th grade 2-9-2015Generate two numerical patterns using two given rules. Identify apparent relationships between corresponding terms. Form ordered pairs consisting of corresponding terms from the two patterns, and graph the ordered pairs on a coordinate plane. For example, given the rule “Add 3” and the starting number 0, and given the rule “Add 6” and the starting number 0, generate terms in the resulting sequences, and observe that the terms in one sequence are twice the corresponding terms in the other sequence. Explain informally why this is so.(No ratings)
5th grade 2/17/2015Students will review benchmark material and determine weaknesses and strengths.(No ratings)
5th grade lesson 3-2-2015During the week the students will review and address components of the Benchmark that need work.(No ratings)
5th grade lesson planStudents should be able to classify two-dimensional figures into categories based on their properties(No ratings)
5th grade lesson plan 3-23-2015Students should make a line plot to display a data set of measurements in fractions of a unit (1/2, 1/4, 1/8). Use operations with fractions to solve problems involving information presented in line plots.(No ratings)
5th Grade Lesson Plan Review 4-13-15Interpret multiplication as scaling (resizing) by explaining why multiplying a given number by a fraction greater than 1 results in a product greater than the given number; explaining why multiplying a given number by a fraction less than 1 results in a product smaller than the given number; and relating the principle of fraction equivalence a/b = (n x a) / (n x b) to the effect of multiplying a/b by 1.(No ratings)
5th Grade lesson plan.Apply and extend previous understandings of multiplication to multiply a fraction or whole number by a fraction. b. Find the area of a rectangle with fractional side lengths by tiling it with unit squares of the appropriate unit fraction side lengths, and show that the area is the same as would be found by multiplying the side lengths. Multiply fractional side lengths to find areas of rectangles, and represent fraction products as rectangular areas.(No ratings)
5th Math Order of Operations Lesson 1Students will learn the rule of multiply and divide before add and subtract. (1 rating)
6.1 Patterns with products of decimals and powers of 10Students will be able to multiply a number with a decimal by a power of 10 mentally (using paper to compute if necessary)(No ratings)
6.2 Estimating the Product of a decimal and a whole numberStudents will be able to estimate a product of a decimal and a whole number with at least 80% accuracy by rounding or using compatible numbers.(No ratings)
Adding and Subtracting FractionsStudents will be able to add and subtract fractions with like and unlike denominators. Students will also utilize adding and subtracting fractions in real world situations as well as in word problems.(No ratings)
Adding and Subtracting MoneyI can explain the reasoning used to solve decimal operations (+/-/x/& division) and relate it to a written method.(No ratings)
Addition & Subtraction of Decimals Using Standard AlgorithmI can explain the reasoning used to solve decimal operations (+/-/x/& division) and relate it to a written method.(No ratings)
April 13-April 17The students can make sense of problems and persevere in solving them, The students can reason abstractly and quantitatively. The students can construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others. The students can model with mathematics. The students can look for and express regularity in reasoning.(No ratings)
April 20-April 24The students can fluently add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions and mixed numbers The students can recognize and calculate volume as an attribute of three-dimensional figures The students can compare two decimals to the thousandths place The students can convert among different sized standard measurement units(No ratings)
April 27-May 1The students can fluently add and subtract fractions and understand the concepts of multiplication and division with fractions The students can divide using a two digit divisor The students can integrate decimal fractions into the place value system The students can determine the volume of a figure using a formula The students can apply knowledge of order of operation when solving a problem The students can use place value understanding to round decimals to any place(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
Classifying Two-Dimensional FiguresStudents will classify two-dimensional figures in a hierarchy based on properties(No ratings)
Compare & Order DecimalsI can compare 2 decimals to thousandths based on the place value of each digit. (<, >, =)(No ratings)
CoordinatesPlot points on a grid to solve real world problems(No ratings)
CoordinatesPlot points on a grid to solve real world problems(No ratings)
Coordinates 2Graph ordered pairs on a coordinate plane to solve problems involving numerical patterns(No ratings)
Coordinates and PatternsStudents will: Generate a numeric sequence given a rule Identify apparent relationships between corresponding terms of two sequences Graph ordered pairs on a coordinate plane(No ratings)
Daily lesson - Week 1Given a list of mathematical problems of varying algorithm, the student will correctly answer 5 out of 10.(No ratings)
Daily lesson - Week 2 & 3Given a list of mathematical problems of varying algorithm, the student will correctly answer 5 out of 10.(No ratings)
Day 10The students will: - Display data using a variety of methods (graphs, tables, and plots)(No ratings)
December 1-5The students can add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators, including mixed numbers The students can replace given fractions with equivalent fractions The students can solve word problems involving addition and subtraction of fractions(No ratings)
December 15-19The students can add and subtract fractions from whole numbers The students can add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators Students can solve word problems involving addition and subtraction of fractions referring to the same whole(No ratings)
December8-12Students can solve real world problems involving multiplication of fractions and mixed numbers Students can interpret why multiplying a given number by a fraction less than one results in a produc smaller than the given number(No ratings)
Decimal Addition and SubtractionI can explain the reasoning used to solve decimal operations (+/-/x/& division) and relate it to a written method.(No ratings)
Decimal MultiplicationTo relate multiplication of decimals to previous lessons of multiplication of whole numbers.(No ratings)
Determining Elapsed Time on a Timeline5.11 (B) The student is expected to solve problems involving elapsed time.(No ratings)
DUP1 Virtual Manipulative LessonStudents will correctly categorize two dimensional geometric figures according to their respective attributes until he or she achieves 100% accuracy, using an online Venn diagram program at http://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/83/sort_shapes_venn(No ratings)
DUP1: Lesson with "Hands On" ManipulativeUsing fraction circles, students will work in pairs to explore converting fractions into equivalent fractions with common denominators, achieving all goals on the checklist with 100% accuracy, which includes creating 2 addition and 2 subtraction problems using fractions with unlike denominators that will be exchanged with other groups to solve.(No ratings)
Equivalent FractionStudents will be able to identify equivalent Fractions(No ratings)
Equivalent FractionStudents will be able to identify equivalent Fractions(No ratings)
Exponent Lesson"I can" accurately identify and correct mistakes in Exponential Notation. "I can" convert exponential notation to standard notation and expanded form.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
February 16-February 20The students can make sense of problems and persevere in solving them The students can reason abstractly and quantitatively The students can construct viable arguments The students can model with mathematics(No ratings)
February 2-6The students can interpret multiplication as resizing by comparing the size of a product to the size of one factor The students can solve real world problems involving multiplication of fractions and mixed numbers The students can apply and extend previous understandings of division to divide unit fractions by whole numbers and whole numbers by fractions(No ratings)
February 23- February 27The students can convert among different sized standard measurement units The students can recognize volume as an attribute of solid figures The students can use a cubic unit to measure volume The students can measure volume by counting unit cubes The students can relate volume to the operations of multiplication and addition The students can find the volume of a right rectangular prism The students can apply the formulas V=lxwxh(No ratings)
February 9-February 13The students can use parentheses, brackets, or braces in numerical expressions, and evaluate expressions with these symbols The students can write simple expressions that record calculations with numbers and evaluate them The students can add, subtract, multiply and divide decimals to hundredths(No ratings)
Fractions Week 2Students will review adding subtracting fractions with like denominators and using GCF to determine LCD(No ratings)
Friendly Fractions Lesson 2Students will explain how fractions are relevant for them. They will demonstrate how they use fractions on a daily basis. Students will combine fractions (add and subtract) with like and unlike denominators.(No ratings)
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 <, >, =.(No ratings)
Introduction to Decimal Values - Part 1Students should be able to identify tenths and hundredths using the base ten blocks. Students should be able to say a decimal in the tenths and hundredths. Students should be able to write(No ratings)
January 12-January 16The students can add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators, including mixed fractions The students can solve word problems involving addition and subtraction of fractions referring to the same whole The students can add, subtract, multiply and divide decimals The students can convert among different sized standard measurement units(No ratings)
January 19-23(No ratings)
January 5-January 9The students will demonstrate their ability to solve fractions multiplied by fractions The students will demonstrate their ability to read, write and compare decimals to the thousandths place The students will demonstrate their ability to convert among different sized standard measurement units The students will demonstrate their ability to measure volumes by counting cubes(No ratings)
June 1-June 5The students can fluently multiply and divide whole numbers using the standard algorithm The students can read, write, and compare decimals to thousandths The students can reason abstractly and quantitatively(No ratings)
June 8-June 12The students can use parentheses, brackets, or braces in numerical expressions, and evaluate expressions with these symbols The students can fluently multiply multi-digit whole numbers using the standard algorithm The students can recognize and use an integer when solving complex math problems(No ratings)
Kevin Edington's Lesson PlanApply and extend previous understandings of multiplication to multiply a fraction or whole number by a fraction. b. Find the area of a rectangle with fractional side lengths by tiling it with unit squares of the appropriate unit fraction side lengths, and show that the area is the same as would be found by multiplying the side lengths. Multiply fractional side lengths to find areas of rectangles, and represent fraction products as rectangular areas.(No ratings)
Khatib 22/7To familiarise student with the strategies taught last week.(No ratings)
Lemonade Stand part 2The students will be able to visualize fraction problems and be able to divide decimals(No ratings)
Lemonade Stand part 2The students will be able to visualize fraction problems and be able to divide decimals(No ratings)
Lesson 3: Numerical ExpressionsStudents will write and interpret numerical expressions with at least 80% accuracy. Students will use parentheses and other operations to Students will create their own expressions based on knowledge with 100% accuracy.(No ratings)
lesson for day one.try to solve these problems using pemdas(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents mentally multiply decimals by 10, 100, and 1,000. Essential Understanding :Patterns can be used to mentally multiply decimals by 10, 100, and 1,000.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanThe student should be able to add fractions with unlike denominators.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to use decimals in real world and mathematical situations. Students will be able to state how many of any given coin is needed to reach \$1 (such as 10 dimes equals \$1). Students will be able to identify different coins combinations to reach \$1(such as 2 quarters and 5 dimes) or other amounts.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will learn how to use compatible numbers to estimate quotients.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanTo find patterns in products when multiplying by powers of 10. E.Q. How can patterns help you place the decimal point in a product? CCSS: CC.5.NBT.2 and CC.5 NBT.7(No ratings)
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(No ratings)
Lesson PlanSW accurately multiply and divide fractions(No ratings)
Lesson PlanSWBAT use multiplication to calculate the volume of rectangular prisms.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudent will be able to: • Define important definitions (coordinates, coordinate plane, quadrant 1) learn the location of the x axis, y axis, and quadrants. locate an ordered pair on a coordinate plane. connect ordered pairs to form a picture. • Solve real world problems using coordinate planes on a graph.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will build and evaluate numerical expressions using the order of operations correctly.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanA student should be able to create four polygons with a given perimeter and calculate the area of each polygon.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanWrite very large numbers in words, standard form and expanded form. Understand place value for very large numbers. Compare very large numbers(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to determine when regrouping is called for. Students should be able to determine place values up to 1000 and understand the concept of 10 times. They should understand the importance of ten times and its role in regrouping in subtraction.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to determine when regrouping is called for. Students should be able to determine place values up to 1000 and understand the concept of 10 times. They should understand the importance of ten times and its role in regrouping in subtraction.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to multiply decimals and whole numbers using a standard algorithm with 80% accuracy.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanMultiply any whole number by a fraction using tape diagrams.(No ratings)
Lesson Planmath: apply patterning strategies to problem-solving situations; identify, draw, describe patterns soc.st.: identify rules and responsibilities; religion; identify ten commandments(No ratings)
Lesson PlanLiterature - to review vocabulary; to identify the main idea of a text; to learn new vocabulary; to demonstrate knowledge of facts in a story History - to explain the reasons for the growing tension between the North and the South Art History - to discuss French neoclassical painters and romanticist painters Science - to explain how plants can be used to control soil contamination; to describe matter for mass, weight, and volume Math - Phonics - Grammar -(No ratings)
Lesson Plansoc.st: identify democracy; get familiar with different political systems; identify and describe the role of government.name Canadian laws; religion: identify characteristics of a person who is not just a hearer of the Word of God but a doer math: use models and t-charts to record, and extend, and make predictions about number patterns(No ratings)
Lesson PlanLearners will be able to … • Understand array is grouping objects in rows and columns • Learn through activity that there can be different arrays formed for a given number • communicate their findings to another pair and share the answers(No ratings)
Lesson PlanThe purpose of this lesson is for Hands-on learners to learn how to differentiate between pennies and nickels.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will analyze bar graphs to understand how they are used.(No ratings)
Lesson Plan5.NF.B.6 Solve real world problems involving multiplication of fractions and mixed numbers, e.g., by using visual fraction models or equations to represent the problem.(No ratings)
Lesson Plan5.NF.B.7.A Interpret division of a unit fraction by a non-zero whole number, and compute such quotients. For example, create a story context for (1/3) ÷ 4, and use a visual fraction model to show the quotient.(No ratings)
Lesson Plans-PFuentesSW accurately multiply and divide fractions(No ratings)
Manipulating Powers of Ten"I can" manipulate operations using base ten blocks. "I can" name numbers accurately to the thousandths place.(No ratings)
MARCH 10-11I CAN ADD AND SUBTRACT UNLIKE DENOMINATORS(No ratings)
March 2-March 6The students can solve word problems using multiplication of mixed numbers and decimals The students can apply formulas when determining volume and area of a figure The students can determine the volume of a rectangular prism by packing it with unit cubes(No ratings)
March 23-March 27The students can use a set of axes to define a coordinate The students can locate and state the coordinates of a given point The students can understand that the first number indicates how far to travel from the origin in the direction of one axis and the second number indicates how far to travel in the direction of the second axis The students can represent real world and mathematical problems by graphing points in the first quadrant of the coordinate plane(No ratings)
March 30-April 2The students can use a pair of axes to define a coordinate system The students can understand that the first number indicates how far to travel from the point of origin and the second indicates how far to travel on the second axis The students can represent real world problems by graphing points on a grid The students can interpret coordinate values of points on a grid(No ratings)
MARCH 7-11 2016I CAN ADD AND SUBTRACT UNLIKE DENOMINATORS(No ratings)
March 9-March 13The students can find the area of a rectangle with fractional side lengths by tiling it with unit squares The students can solve real world problems involving multiplication of fractions and mixed numbers(No ratings)
Math 2/22/16The students will practice subtracting mixed numbers with renaming. Students will use fraction equivalence to subtract with renaming.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
Math Chapter 5 Lesson 5.1-5-4Students will use patterns to place a decimal point, divide a decimal by a whole number, estimate decimal quotients, and divide decimals by whole numbers.(No ratings)
Math clocksStudents will show understanding of mathematical concepts about number sense using addition, subtraction, division, multiplication and algebra. They will relate these concepts to art and design.(No ratings)
Math Lesson Jacqueline MigginsThe student will be learning how to add and subtract decimals through various activities.(No ratings)
Math Saxon - Lesson 4Scholars will be able to use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division to solve problems with several steps, and determine when and how to break a problem into simpler parts. DOK - 1 and 3(No ratings)
Math September 29-October 3Students can model equivalent fractions Students can use terminology associated with fractions Students can write a series of equivalent fractions(No ratings)
Mean Mode Median and Range• The students will be able to use different means of graphing to communicate information. • The students will use formulas in a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet. • The students will use Excel to create different types of graphs/charts. • The students will be able to use Microsoft PowerPoint to present their research findings to their classmates.(No ratings)
Mid-chapter CheckpointTo assess student learning before moving on to standard algorithm(No ratings)
Miss. Luciano's MathStudents will use exponents to name place value units and explain patterns in the placement of the decimal point by correctly completing daily worksheets and exit tickets.(No ratings)
Mr. Kelman's Lesson Plans for the week of 7/24/15 to 7/31/15Scholars will be able to identify addition sequences and multiplication sequences. Scholars will be able to discover the rule for a sequence and use it to find missing numbers in the sequence. Scholars will also be able to identify even and odd numbers.(No ratings)
Ms. Robinson's Math LessonThe student will be able to subtract fractions with Like Denominators.(No ratings)
Muffin Mania!Students will be able to: 1. Synthesize, understand, and articulate their thinking by working in a small group in a problem solving situation. 2. Demonstrate a working knowledge of fractions in a real-life scenario(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
Multiplication Patterns with DecimalsStudents will use understanding of place value to place decimals in products.(No ratings)
Multiply a Decimal by a DecimalStudents will learn to multiply decimals by decimals.(No ratings)
Multiplying Decimals Culmination1. Students will add, subtract, and multiply, decimals to hundredths 2. Relate the strategy to a written method and explain the reasoning used.(No ratings)
Multiplying FractionsThe students will be able to interpret the product of two fractions through an area model.(No ratings)
Multiplying Fractions with Other FractionsStudents apply and extend their understanding of finding fractions of whole numbers to find fractions of fractions.(No ratings)
November 10-14The students can add a fraction less than one to, or subtract a fractions less than one from, a whole number using decomposition and visual models The students add and multiply unit fractions to build fractions greater than one Decompose and compose fractions greater than one to express them in various forms The students can compare fractions greater than one by reasoning using benchmark fractions The students can solve word problems with line plots(No ratings)
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(No ratings)
November 3-7Students will rename fractions with different denominators Students will regroup when subtracting mixed numbers Students will rename improper fractions(No ratings)
Number Lines and GraphingTo teach students the concept of a number line and how to plot points on a number line and coordinates on a graph.(No ratings)
Numerical Expressions/Ordered Pairs ReviewStudents will review numerical expressions and ordered pairs for summative assessment.(No ratings)
October 13-16Students can round a given decimal to any given place Students can use a place value (vertical) number line Students can subtract decimals using place value strategies Students can multiply a decimal by a single digit whole number Students can divide decimals by a single digit whole number(No ratings)
October 6-10Students can solve word problems using fractions Students can draw a representation of fractional parts Students can explain their thinking when solving a problem involving fractions Students can apply an algorithm when solving fraction problems(No ratings)
Patterns With DecimalsI can explain the reasoning used to solve decimal operations (+/-/x/& division) and relate it to a written method.(No ratings)
Place Value Day 2We will be to recognize that in a multi-digit number, a digit in the ones place is 10x as much as it represents in the place to its right and 1/10 of what it represents in the place to its left.(No ratings)
Place Value Day 2We will be to recognize that in a multi-digit number, a digit in the ones place is 10x as much as it represents in the place to its right and 1/10 of what it represents in the place to its left.(No ratings)
Place Value Day 2We will be to recognize that in a multi-digit number, a digit in the ones place is 10x as much as it represents in the place to its right and 1/10 of what it represents in the place to its left.(No ratings)
Place Value Day 3We will use our knowledge of place value to draw three digit numbers.(No ratings)
Place Value Day 3We will use our knowledge of place value to draw three digit numbers.(No ratings)
Place Value Day 4We will learn that when you have 10 groups of 10 (10 longs) you can regroup into a set of 100 (flat).(No ratings)
Place Value Day 4We will learn that when you have 10 groups of 10 (10 longs) you can regroup into a set of 100 (flat).(No ratings)
Place Value Day 5We will use regrouping and base-10 blocks to build 3-digit numbers in various ways.(No ratings)
Place Value of DecimalsI can understand that 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.(No ratings)
Powers of Ten Lesson"I can" write equivalent names for powers of 10. "I can" properly name numbers as low as the thousandths place. "I can" complete a powers-of-10 chart.(No ratings)
Pre-assessment for Decimal MultiplicationStudents will show the skills that they already have to help them be successful in decimal multiplication.(No ratings)
Problem Solving with Decimal MultiplicationTo draw a diagram (block model) to show decimal multiplication and solve real-world problems(No ratings)
Project Based Learning Lemonade Stand Part 1The students will be able to plan and work together to design a stand.(No ratings)
Relationships in Function TablesWrite and interpret numerical expressions; Analyse patterns and relationships(No ratings)
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(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
RF5.0 Multiply and Divide DecimalsStudents should be able to do standard algorithm. Students should be able to do multiply and divide using place value chart(No ratings)
Rounding and Estimation of Sums and DifferencesI can explain the reasoning used to solve decimal operations (+/-/x/& division) and relate it to a written method.(No ratings)
Saxon - Lesson 3Scholars will be able to identify properties of operations; and justify each step in the process of simplifying numerical expression DOK - 1 and 4(No ratings)
Saxon Math - Lesson 5Scholars will be able to find the value of a variable in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division equations. DOK - 1(No ratings)
Saxxon Math - Lesson 1Scholars will be able solve addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division problems. They will be able to use positive and negative integers and combinations of these operations. They will also analyze problems by identifying relationships, distinguishing relevant information, identify missing information, sequencing and prioritizing information, and observing patterns.(No ratings)
Saxxon Math - Lesson 2Scholars will be able to take steps in order from left to right in a problem with more than one addition or subtraction step, or multiplication or division step. Scholars will also know how to use parentheses first when solving a problem with more than one step, identify and use the associative property of addition and the associative property of multiplication. Scholars will also be able to perform the operations above the bar and below the bar before dividing in a division problem with bar.(No ratings)
Shapes: Build a Three-Dimensional ShapeStudents should be able to identify shapes in two-dimensional form and three-dimensional form. Students should also be able to recognize shapes from outside structures and identify them.(No ratings)
Simplifying FractionsThe student will be ale to use the Greatest Common Factor (GCF) to simplilfy fractions to lowest terms. add and subract fractions with like and unlike denominators. The student will be able to write the sum or difference in simplest form.(No ratings)
Sorting CoinsThe students will be able to sort coins according to their value.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
Topic 5 Math Week of 12/16-12/20 K. BenaroyaStudents will learn how to divide using both 1 and 2-digit divisors to find quotients. Students will demonstrate acquisition of multi-step problems. Students will be able to determine missing or extra information in word problems.(No ratings)
Topic 5 Math Week of 12/9-12/13 K. BenaroyaStudents will learn how to use compatible numbers to estimate quotients.(No ratings)
Turning Music Notes into FractionsStudents will learn the notes and focus on the ability to do fractions with ease. Students will identify musical notes (quarter, half, whole, etc.) and clap along associating each note as a fraction. Then to finish, create a mathematical word problem that uses musical notes to come up with a fraction. (For example: quarter note (1/4) + quarter note (1+4) = half note (1/2)(No ratings)
Turning Music Notes into FractionsStudents will learn the notes and focus on the ability to do fractions with ease. Students will identify musical notes (quarter, half, whole, etc.) and clap along associating each note as a fraction. Then to finish, create a mathematical word problem that uses musical notes to come up with a fraction. (For example: quarter note (1/4) + quarter note (1+4) = half note (1/2)(No ratings)
Unit 4 lesson 15: TEST REVIEW/JeopardyStudents review similarities between fractions and decimal numbers as a part-to-whole relationship. They review strategies for converting fractions into decimal numbers to order them. Given a review game and study guide, the students will analyze fractions and decimal numbers, vocabulary, and geometric shapes and properties with 90% accuracy as measured by teacher observation and individual student exit ticket.(No ratings)
Unit Test: Adding & Subtracting DecimalsTo assess students understanding and application of concepts for adding and subtracting decimals(No ratings)
Using Models to Multiply DecimalsShow decimal multiplication with a variety of models.(No ratings)
Working with Fractions with Unlike DenominatorsSWBAT add and subtract fractions with like and unlike denominators through the use of manipulatives and bar graphs. SWBAT create original story problems that include subtracting fractions with unlike denominators and adding fractions with unlike denominators.(No ratings)
2/16/2015 - 2/20/2015 Team 3 - - i-READYBy the end of this lesson , students will -read, write, and evaluate variable expressions -apply the order of operations on expressions with variables -translate an expression from word form to an algebraic expression and vice versa -identify parts of an expression using appropriate mathematical vocabulary with 80% accuracy.(No ratings)
4 Quadrant PlottingPlot and locate ordered pairs in all 4 quadrants of the coordinate plane.(No ratings)
4 Quadrant PlottingPlot and locate ordered pairs in all 4 quadrants of the coordinate plane.(No ratings)
4th-8th Grade Math: Pythagorean TheoremStudents should be able to apply the Pythagorean Theorem to find one of the sides of a right triangle. Furthermore, they will learn different terms in regards to the theorem and review how to find the volume of a cone.(No ratings)
4th-8th Grade Math: Pythagorean TheoremStudents should be able to apply the Pythagorean Theorem to find one of the sides of a right triangle. Furthermore, they will learn different terms in regards to the theorem and review how to find the volume of a cone.(No ratings)
6th GradeLong Term Target- Students can solve problems using decimals Short Term Target- Students can multiply decimals(No ratings)
6th grade 1-19-2015Students should recognize a statistical question as one that anticipates variability in the data related to the question and accounts for it in the answers. For example, “How old am I?” is not a statistical question, but “How old are the students in my school?” is a statistical question because one anticipates variability in students’ ages. Students should Understand that a set of data collected to answer a statistical question has a distribution which can be described by its center, spread, and overall shape. Students should recognize that a measure of center for a numerical data set summarizes all of its values with a single number, while a measure of variation describes how its values vary with a single number.(No ratings)
6th grade 3-23-2015UW.6.M.SP. B.04 Display numerical data in plots on a number line, including dot plots, histograms, and box plots.(No ratings)
6th grade lesson 2-2-2015Students should be able to find the area of right triangles, other triangles, special quadrilaterals, and polygons by composing into rectangles or decomposing into triangles and other shapes; apply these techniques in the context of solving real -world and mathematical problem(No ratings)
6th grade lesson 3-2-2015During the week the students will review and address components of the Benchmark that need work.(No ratings)
6th grade lesson planSolve real-world and mathematical problems by graphing points in all four quadrants of the coordinate plane. Include use of coordinates and absolute value to find distances between points with the same first coordinate or the same second coordinate.(No ratings)
6th grade lesson plan 1-12-15Students should be able to understand a rational number as a point on the number line. Extend number line diagrams and coordinate axes familiar from previous grades to represent points on the line and in the plane with negative number. Students should also be able to draw polygons in the coordinate plane given coordinates for the vertices; use coordinates to find the length of a side joining points with the same first coordinate orthe same second coordinate. Apply these techniques in the context of solving real-world and mathematical problems.(No ratings)
6th grade lesson plan 2-17-2015Students should be able to represent three-dimensional figures using nets made up of rectangles and triangles, and use the nets to find the surface area of these figures. Apply these techniques in the context of solving real-world and mathematical problems.(No ratings)
6th grade lesson plan 4-13-2015Summarize numerical data sets in relation to their context, such as by: a. Reporting the number of observations. b. Describing the nature of the attribute under investigation, including how it was measured and its units of measurement c. Giving quantitative measures of center (median and/or mean) and variability (interquartile range and/or mean absolute deviation), as well as describing any overall pattern and any striking deviations from the overall pattern with reference to the context in which the data were gathered. d. Relating the choice of measures of center and variability to the shape of the data distribution and the context in which the data were gathered.(No ratings)
6th Grade MathStudent(s) will be able to understand the proper way to add,subtract,multiply and divide with decimals.(No ratings)
6th grade Math 2-9-2015Students should be able to find the volume of a right rectangular prism with fractional edge lengths by packing it with unit cubes of the appropriate unit fraction edge lengths, and show that the volume is the same as would be found by multiplying the edge lengths of the prism. Apply the formulas V = l w h and V = b h to find volumes of right rectangular prisms with fractional edge lengths in the context of solving real-world and mathematical problems.(No ratings)
6th Grade Math Week of: 10-15-13*Divide fractions by fractions *Plot ordered pairs to create a picture(No ratings)
April Math 6-8th Grade TrescottStudents will be able to fluently add, subtract, multiply and divide. Students will be able to put number in numerical order. Students will be able to count money up to \$5.00. Students will be able to tell time on an analog clock. Students will be able to add and subtract decimals (money) with and without regrouping. Students will be able to add, subtract, multiply, and divide using decimals and fractions. Students will be able to relate word problems to day to day life skills and needs. Students will be able to follow multi-step directions in order to prepare a recipe. Students will be able to identify key words in word problems and determine the operation needed to solve the problem. Students will be able to read simple word problems and construct and solve the numerical problem from the reading. Students will be able to use a ruler to take measurements (as a pre-requisite for Area and Perimeter calculations). Students will be able to use measurements and formulas to calculate area, perimeter, and volumes of various shapes.(No ratings)
Area models for percentagesStudents will model percentages as rate per one hundred by creating a floor plan.(No ratings)
Assessment: Ratio, Percentages and CoordinatesStudents will demonstrate mastery of standards on a formative assessment.(No ratings)
Basic Maths | Lesson 1To learn all additions of number from 1 up to and including 10. This is to teach the student to visualise the answer rather than working it out so they can use Basic Maths to do any additions easier.(No ratings)
Calculating Distance Between Coordinate PairsCalculate the distance between two points with the same x- or y- coordinate.(No ratings)
Chapter 2Students will be able to reinforce their learning by using Mathia Software. Students will practice in deciding when to use the LCM and GCF to solve problems.(No ratings)
Comparing ratio graphsStudents will graph ratio relationships as slopes on a coordinate grid.(No ratings)
Determine total given percentage and value of percentageGiven a number and the percentage, students will determine value representing the whole group. Rescheduled due to ratio reteach.(No ratings)
Determining if an Inequality is TrueStudents understand that an inequality with numerical expressions is either true or false. It is true if the numbers calculated on each side of the inequality sign result in a correct statement and is false otherwise.(No ratings)
Dividing Fractions Laurie HewittStudents should be able to: 1) interpret the rationality of quotients and apply this skill to “real-world” problems. 2) solve word problems involving division of fractions by fractions. 3) by using visual fraction models and equations to represent the problem.(No ratings)
Ellenberg - 6th Math Lesson 4.1 Factors and Prime FactorizationSWBAT: identify a number as a prime or composite(No ratings)
Ellenberg - 6th Math Lesson 4.1 Factors and Prime FactorizationSWBAT: identify a number as a prime or composite(No ratings)
Exploring and Classifying PolygonsIdentify polygons(No ratings)
February Math 6-8th Grade TrescottStudents will be able to fluently add, subtract, multiply and divide. Students will be able to complete word problems by identifying the correct operation required and setting up the problem. Students will be able to put number in numerical order. Students will be able to count money up to \$5.00. Students will be able to tell time on an analog clock. Students will be able to add and subtract decimals (money) with and without regrouping. Students will be able to put number in order from least to greatest. Students will be able to compare two number using greater than, less than, or equal to vocabulary and symbols. Students will be able to add, subtract, multiply, and divide using decimals and fractions. Students will be able to identify key words in word problems and determine the operation needed to solve the problem. Students will be able to read simple word problems and construct and solve the numerical problem from the reading.(No ratings)
Find total given percentage & amountsModel finding total given percentages and units. Find equivalent ratios using hundreds charts.(No ratings)
Finding AreaGiven coordinates for the vertices, students draw polygons in the coordinate plane. Students find the area enclosed by a polygon by composing or decomposing using polygons with known area formulas. Students name coordinates that define a polygon with specific properties.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
Identifying QuadrantsIdentify the quadrant a point is in based on signs of numbers in an ordered pair.(No ratings)
Inequalities as Infinite SetsStudents recognize that inequalities of the form xx < cc and xx > cc, where xx is a variable and cc is a fixed number, and infinitely many solutions when the values of xx come from a set of rational numbers.(No ratings)
Introduction to Algebraic EquationsStudents will solve simple one variable equations by applying axioms to worktext problems with 80% accuracy.(No ratings)
January Math 6-8th GradeStudents will be able to fluently add, subtract, multiply and divide. Students will be able to complete word problems by identifying the correct operation required and setting up the problem. Students will be able to put number in numerical order. Students will be able to count money up to \$5.00. Students will be able to tell time on an analog clock. Students will be able to add and subtract decimals (money) with and without regrouping. Students will be able to put number in order from least to greatest. Students will be able to compare two number using greater than, less than, or equal to vocabulary and symbols.(No ratings)
Lesson 1 Multiplying decimalsA student will be able to add, subtract, multiply with decimals.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
Lesson 11 Saxon MathBy the end of this lesson studetns should be able to read and understand how to create equations from real world stories. Students should be able to problem solve answers posed in real world stories.(No ratings)
Lesson 12 Saxon MathBy the end of this lesson studetns should be able to read and draw a number line. Studetn will also understand vocabulary associated with the number line: geometry, point, line. line segment.(No ratings)
Lesson 13 Saxon MathBy the end of this lesson studetns should be able to be able to multiply to perform repeated addition. Students will also add and subtract dollars and cents.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
Lesson 15 Saxon MathBy the end of this lesson students will be able to Create and use a multiplication table.(No ratings)
Lesson 16 Saxon MathBy the end of this lesson students will be able to Create and use a multiplication table.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
Lesson 19 Saxon MathBy the end of this lesson students will be able to search for a missing factor using division.(No ratings)
Lesson 2 Dividing DecimalsA student should be able to demonstrate proficiency with division including division with positive decimals and long division with multidigit divisors(No ratings)
Lesson 20 Saxon MathBy the end of this lesson students will be able to: show division three ways, write the division problems using digits, symbols and words.(No ratings)
Lesson 20 Saxon MathBy the end of this lesson students will be able to: show division three ways, write the division problems using digits, symbols and words.(No ratings)
Lesson 21 Saxon MathBy the end of this lesson students will be able to: write and solve story problems using multiplication and division including problems with missing factors.(No ratings)
Lesson 22 Saxon MathBy the end of this lesson students will be able to divide and write the remainder., understand that the inverse operation of division is multiplication.(No ratings)
Lesson 23 Saxon MathBy the end of this lesson students will be able to identify: 1/2,1/4,3/4,1/10,9/10 and will understand the following vocabulary: numerator, denominator, half,fourth,quarter,and tenth.(No ratings)
Lesson 24 Saxon MathBy the end of this lesson students will be able to rewrite money problems using decimals and writing the problem vertically. By the end of this lesson students will be able to understand the operations of arithmetic are: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Students will also understand parentheses separate a problem into parts. Students will review the order of operations.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
Lesson 26 MathBy the end of this lesson students will be able to follow the division algorithm in steps: divide, multiply, subtract, bring down.(No ratings)
Lesson 27 MathBy the end of this lesson students will be able to perform operations related to the division of time including: seconds, minutes, hours, day, week, month,year,decade,century.(No ratings)
Lesson 3 Negative and Positive IntegersUnderstand that positive and negative numbers are used together to describe quantities having opposite directions or values (e.g., temperature above/below zero, elevation above/below sea level, credits/debits, positive/negative electric charge); use positive and negative numbers to represent quantities in real-world contexts, explaining the meaning of 0 in each situation. (CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.6.NS.C.5)(No ratings)
Lesson 8 Saxon MathStudents should be able to speak and write the addition algorithm. Students should perform the addition operations to the hundred thousands place.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanTo be able to ID varialbes and constants, ID factors and coefficients in expressions,(No ratings)
Lesson PlanCommon Core I can use place value understanding to identify digits in numerals. I can display a data set. I can represent and interpret data.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanBy the end of the lesson, the student will complete at least one lesson independently using the Failure Free Reading Program.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to use proportions to solve problems. They will use cross multiplication as a method for solving such problems, understanding it as the multiplication of both sides of an equation by a multiplicative inverse.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to show how to calculate unit prices by making a healthy menu on a budget.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanWrite the equation of a line in point-slope form Write linear equations in different forms.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanI will apply the multiplication and division procedures to write equivalent ratios and will demonstrate my understanding by writing 10 equivalent ratios.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanWritten in "I Can" format . The objective must be posted in the classroom each day. It should also be stated directly to the students at the beginning of the lesson. At the end of the lesson, there should be some type of formative assessment that measures whether or not the objective has been met.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanYou know how multiplacation can be seen as repeated addition. Division is the opposite of multiplication. So it should be no suprise that division can be solved by repeated or continued subtraction.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanThe objective is to get them ready for a beginning of the lesson test cause of the rule that says Teachers must give a before we start and what we've learned test.(No ratings)
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Lesson Plan*The students will explore and investigate the concepts of circumference, diameter, and radius. *The students will explore how changing the diameter of a circle affects its circumference.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be participating in a review game to prepare them for their unit test.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to: (I)write and evaluate numerical expressions involving whole number exponents, (ii) Write, read and evaluate expressions in which letters stand for numbers(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to apply the proper order of operations to solve mathematical expressions. Once students are able to solve mathematical expressions with the correct order of operations, they will be able to apply their knowledge to their future math classes.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to understand how to construct a graph with simple information given. the information given will be a sample of a population ( of people) where students are expected to input the data into either a bar graph, pie chart or a line graph.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanFollowing MAFS.6NS.3.5- guidelines the objective is for students to understand that positive and negative numbers are used together to describe quantities having opposite directions or values; use positive and negative numbers to represent real-world context, explaining the meaning of 0 in scenario.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to do easy addition such as 1+1, 2+2, etc.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to do easy addition such as 1+1, 2+2, etc.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to do easy addition such as 1+1, 2+2, etc.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to do easy addition such as 1+1, 2+2, etc.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to do easy addition such as 1+1, 2+2, etc.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to know how to add and subtract integers. Students will listen to their math teacher while giving instructions on adding and subtracting integers.(No ratings)
Lesson Plan - Ratio Class V16 - Teacher- M. King, Asst. Teacher- B. ArteagaIdentify what ratio means in a real-world situation.(No ratings)
LESSON PLAN PRESENTATIONStudents will understand the order of operations for solving algebraic functions and then be able to apply their knowledge to solve basic algebraic problems.(No ratings)
March Math 6-8th Grade TrescottStudents will be able to fluently add, subtract, multiply and divide. Students will be able to complete word problems by identifying the correct operation required and setting up the problem. Students will be able to put number in numerical order. Students will be able to count money up to \$5.00. Students will be able to tell time on an analog clock. Students will be able to add and subtract decimals (money) with and without regrouping. Students will be able to put number in order from least to greatest. Students will be able to compare two number using greater than, less than, or equal to vocabulary and symbols. Students will be able to add, subtract, multiply, and divide using decimals and fractions. Students will be able to relate word problems to day to day life skills and needs. Students will be able to follow multi-step directions in order to prepare a recipe. Students will be able to identify key words in word problems and determine the operation needed to solve the problem. Students will be able to read simple word problems and construct and solve the numerical problem from the reading.(No ratings)
Math 6th Grade Chap 1.2assess students understanding of prerequisite skills(No ratings)
Math Lesson - Least Common Multiple - 6th GradeStudents should understand how to arrive at multiples of at least 2 numbers, then compare and decipher which of the common multiples is the smallest.(No ratings)
Math Lesson - Least Common Multiple - 6th GradeStudents should understand how to arrive at multiples of at least 2 numbers, then compare and decipher which of the common multiples is the smallest.(No ratings)
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(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
Mathematical Practices 1 & 2Students will be able to use the 8 Mathematical Practices to solve a variety of mathematical and real world problems.(No ratings)
Mathematical Practices 3 & 4Students will be able to use the 8 Mathematical Practices to solve a variety of mathematical and real world problems.(No ratings)
Mathematical Practices 5 & 6Students will be able to use the 8 Mathematical Practices to solve a variety of mathematical and real world problems.(No ratings)
Mathematics week of 10/15-10/18Model decimals in tenths and hundreds.(No ratings)
May Math 6-8th Grade TrescottStudents will be able to fluently add, subtract, multiply and divide. Students will be able to put number in numerical order. Students will be able to count money up to \$5.00. Students will be able to tell time on an analog clock. Students will be able to add and subtract decimals (money) with and without regrouping. Students will be able to add, subtract, multiply, and divide using decimals and fractions. Students will be able to relate word problems to day to day life skills and needs. Students will be able to follow multi-step directions in order to prepare a recipe. Students will be able to identify key words in word problems and determine the operation needed to solve the problem. Students will be able to read simple word problems and construct and solve the numerical problem from the reading. Students will be able to use a ruler to take measurements (as a pre-requisite for Area and Perimeter calculations). Students will be able to use measurements and formulas to calculate area, perimeter, and volumes of various shapes.(No ratings)
Merit review: multiply and divide decimalsStudents will multiply and divide decimals by decimals in real world contexts.(No ratings)
Merit review: multiply and divide fractions and wholesStudents will multiply and divide fractions and wholes together in real world contexts.(No ratings)
Missing Angle EquationsStudents will calculate missing angle measures by writing and solving equations with one variable.(No ratings)
Ms. Johnson's Lesson PlansWe are learning to review all skills in preparation for NJask Testing(No ratings)
MultiplicationWe will be learning how to multiply small and large numbers.(No ratings)
Order of Operation-Practice LessonStudents will: evaluate expressessions using proper Order of Operation.(No ratings)
Percentages as rates per 100Students will understand percentages as rate per 100.(No ratings)
Perimeter and AreaStudents find the perimeter of irregular figures using coordinates to find the length of a side joining points with the same first coordinate or the same second coordinate. Students find the area enclosed by a polygon on the coordinate plane by composing or decomposing using polygons with known area formulas.(No ratings)
Place Value to ThousandsRecognize place value to thousands. Rename a number to show the place value of each digit. Write a number given the place value of each digit. Use models to show numbers by place value.(No ratings)
Problem Solving with Ratios, Proportions and PercentsStudents will use previous knowledge of ratios, proportions and percents to solve problems with real-world applications.(No ratings)
RatioStudents will find a relationship between 2 amounts by comparing items in their classroom environment.(No ratings)
Ratio LabStudents will engage by solving real world applications that both connect to the previously learned concepts of Least Common Multiple and Greatset Common Factor, as well as, introduces ratios and relating quanities with tables.(No ratings)
Ratio NotationStudents should be able to write ratio notation.(No ratings)
Ratio relationships and unit rates using coordinate gridStudents will graph ratio relationships as slopes on a coordinate grid. Students will identify unit rates for two ratio relationships measuring like units.(No ratings)
RatiosStudents will learn how to use equivalent rates in the real world(No ratings)
Reflecting Points Across AxesReflect points across both axes and determine coordinates of reflected points. Recognize the opposite of the opposite of a number is itself.(No ratings)
Right TrianglesStudents will be able to determine the area of a right triangle by enclosing the triangle ina rectangle and taking half of the area of that rectangle.(No ratings)
Right TrianglesStudents will be able to determine the area of a right triangle by enclosing the triangle ina rectangle and taking half of the area of that rectangle.(No ratings)
September 6-8 Math GAAStudents will be able to carry out simple operations of whole numbers. Students will be able to determine and describe ratios of objects provided in a variety of ways. Students will be able to answer questions using data found on dot plots and histograms. The will construct their own dot plots and histograms from data.(No ratings)
September Math GAA 6thStudents will be able to add, subtract and multiply positive integers (pre-requisite skills). Students will be able to interpret data found on dot plots and histograms. Students will be able to collect data and construct dot plots and histograms. Students will be able to provide relationships between objects as a ratio. Students will be able to read and interpret ratios.(No ratings)
Statistics Day 1Students will create statistical questions and collect data. Students will organize data using a dot plot (number line) display. Students will find mean, median, mode and range of data.(No ratings)
Statistics Day 2Students will create statistical questions and collect data. Students will organize data using a dot plot (number line) display. Students will find mean, median, mode and range of data.(No ratings)
Tape DiagramsStudents will be able to use precise language and notation of ratios. Students will understand that order matters when writing a ratio. Students will be able to use tape diagrams to find equivalent ratios.(No ratings)
Teacher of the DayHow to create an equal ratio what is equal ratio? what is a proportion? how to create a proportion(No ratings)
Team 3 2/02/2015 - 2/06/2015By the end of this lesson, students will explain how specific aspects of a text's illustrations contribute to what is conveyed by the words in a story with 80% accuracy. By the end of this lesson, students will Identify real-life connections between words and their use with 80% accuracy. By the end of this lesson, students will write a rough draft of the first stanza of their rap song with attention to end rhymes with 80% accuracy.(No ratings)
Team 3 2/17/2015 - 2/20/2015 2/23/2015- 2/27/2015By the end of this lesson , students will -read, write, and evaluate variable expressions -apply the order of operations on expressions with variables -translate an expression from word form to an algebraic expression and vice versa -identify parts of an expression using appropriate mathematical vocabulary with 80% accuracy.(No ratings)
Test lessons 1-10Students will complete a comprehensive assesment of lessons 1-10.(No ratings)
Test Review Lessons 1-10By the end of this lesson studetns should be able to understand test review and test taking stratigies.(No ratings)
Test Review/Test/Polygon Info/Fractional Skills PracticeStudents will review/test on the 1st 9-weeks lessons. After the first two days, students will create a concept map describing the polygon project they will work on. Last, students will again demonstrate their learning with a fractional skills practice.(No ratings)
The Rules of Adding and Subtracting Integersa) Have an understanding of negative and positive numbers; b) Add integers; c) Subtract integers(No ratings)
The Rules of Adding and Subtracting Integersa) Have an understanding of negative and positive numbers; b) Add integers; c) Subtract integers(No ratings)
Unit 2To use scientific notation and to convert between scientific and standard notations.(No ratings)
Unit Price Food BudgetStudents will be able to show how to calculate unit prices by making a healthy menu on a budget.(No ratings)
Unit Rates LabStudents will use bar diagrams to compare quantities in real-world situations as an introduction to unit rates.(No ratings)
Using Prime Factorization to find GCF and LCMStudents will be able to list the prime factors that make up a given number and write the factors in exponential form where applicable. Students will be able to compare 2-3 sets of prime factor lists to determine common base numbers in the set and identify the greater value of these common base numbers. Students will be able to use the prome factorization of 2-3 numbers to find the GCF and LCM of these numbers.(No ratings)
Using SubstitutionStudents use substitution to determine which values make an expression true (two variables).(No ratings)
Using Substitution to Solve InequalitiesStudents use substitution and number lines to show solutions to inequalities. Students understand and apply concept of closed and open dots, as well as arrows, to accurately express the constraints of an inequality.(No ratings)
Woodlands 2/4To understand the 5 PSLE strategies for Ratio.(No ratings)
7th grade 1-12-15Solve real-world and mathematical problems involving area, volume and surface area of two- and three-dimensional objects composed of triangles, quadrilaterals, polygons, cubes, and right prisms. (Vail: Solve real-world and mathematical problems involving volume of three- dimensional objects composed of cubes and right prisms.)(No ratings)
7th grade lesson 3-2-2015During the week the students will review and address components of the Benchmark that need work.(No ratings)
7th grade lesson plan 1-19-2015Student should be able to solve real-world and mathematical problems involving area volume and surface area of two- and three-dimensional objects composed of triangles, quadrilaterals, polygons, cubes, and right prisms(No ratings)
7th Grade lesson plan 3-23-2015Use data from a random sample to draw inferences about a population with an unknown characteristic of interest. Generate multiple samples (or simulated samples) of the same size to gauge the variation in estimates or predictions.(No ratings)
7th grade lesson plan 4-13-2015As a result of this activity, the students will: 1. Define the following terms: parallel lines, transversal, interior, exterior, interior angles: acute, obtuse, exterior angles: acute, obtuse. 2. Create a diagram of parallel lines cut by a transversal 3. Identify the interior and exterior sections of parallel lines by color 4. Identify and label interior and exterior angles formed when parallel lines are cut by a transversal.(No ratings)
7th grade lesson Plan.Describe the two-dimensional figures that result from slicing three-dimensional figures, as in plane sections of right rectangular prisms and right rectangular pyramids.(No ratings)
7th grade Math 2-9-2015Students should be able to: a. Understand that, just as with simple events, the probability of a compound event is the fraction of outcomes in the sample space for which the compound event occurs. b. Represent sample spaces for compound events using methods such as organized lists, tables and tree diagrams. For an event described in everyday language (e.g., “rolling double sixes”), identify the outcomes in the sample space which compose the event. c. Design and use a simulation to generate frequencies for compound events.(No ratings)
7th grade math 2/2/2015Students should be able to Approximate the probability of a chance event by collecting data on thechance process that produces it and ob serving its long-run relative frequency, and predict the approximate relative frequency given the probability. .(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
Adding CoinsStudents will be able to add values of different coins(No ratings)
Algebraic thinkingstudents evaluate algebraic expressions.(No ratings)
Apply Ratio and ProportionsI can use ratio and proportions to solve unit rate, mathematical, and real world problems.(No ratings)
Area of Complex Shapes with CirclesSWBAT analyze complex shapes and determine what geometric shapes combine to make the larger object. SWBAT calculate the area of complex shapes. SWBAT discuss how they determined the area of the shape.(No ratings)
Combine Like Terms and Distributive PropertyLinear functions. The student formulates equations and inequalities based on linear functions, uses a variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. The student is expected to investigate methods for solving linear equations and inequalities using concrete models, graphs, and the properties of equality, select a method, and solve the equations and inequalities(No ratings)
Converting Fractions to Decimals!"I can convert fractions to decimals." All students will be able to use a calculator to use division to convert fractions into decimals (Basic). Some students will be able to select the correct fraction to corresponds to a given decimal (Enriched). Some students will be able to mentally convert simple fractions into decimals (and vise versa) (Proficient).(No ratings)
Converting Fractions to Decimals!"I can convert fractions to decimals." All students will be able to use a calculator to use division to convert fractions into decimals (Basic). Some students will be able to select the correct fraction to corresponds to a given decimal (Enriched). Some students will be able to mentally convert simple fractions into decimals (and vise versa) (Proficient).(No ratings)
Distributive Property Food Court Math*Understand and explain the distributive property *Demonstrate and utilize the distributive property(No ratings)
Dual Stations: Percent Conversions"I can convert percents to decimals."(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
Food Court Distributive PropertyThe student will be able to.... *comprehend and describe the distributive property *utilize and demonstrate the use of distributive property *use the distributive property to solve mathematical problems(No ratings)
Fractions Stay or StraySWBAT add, subtract, multiply, and divide various types of fractions. SWBAT interpret and solve word problems involving fractions. SWBAT teach their peers how to solve fraction problems.(No ratings)
Graphing using tablesLinear functions. The student understands the meaning of the slope and intercepts of the graphs of linear functions and zeros of linear functions and interprets and describes the effects of changes in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. The student is expected to develop the concept of slope as rate of change and determine slopes from graphs, tables, and algebraic representations;(No ratings)
Group Activity Ratios, Rates & ProportionsStudents should be able to solve, discuss, and use ratios, rates , and proportions in everyday situations.(No ratings)
How many will fit: finding volumeStudents should be able to find volume of a rectangular cardboard box to the nearest cubic inch.(No ratings)
Interactive Volume and Surface Area (formula derivation and practical problems)1. The student will derive formulas for volume and surface area of rectangular prisms and cylinders. 2. The student will be able to determine volume and surface area of rectangular prisms and cylinders. 3. The student will be able to solve practical problems involving volume and/or surface area of rectangular prisms and cylinders with given mathematical formulas. 4. The student will be able to clearly explain the logic and mathematical reasoning he/she used to estimate the number of cubes in a cylindrical jar.(No ratings)
Interpreting DataSWBAT 1. Define key vocabulary using their own language. 2. Identify and analyze data from a line plot, line graph, bar graph, stem and leaf plot, circle graph or Venn Diagram. 3. Calculate the mean, median, mode and range for a set of data, and justify which measure would best describe a set of data.(No ratings)
Irregular ShapesTake notes on irregular shapes and be able to understand and at least with an 80% at the end of class.(No ratings)
Lesson 1 Generating Equivalent Expressions Part 1*Students generate equivalent using the fact that addition and multiplication can be done in any order (commutative property) and any grouping (associative property) *Student recognize how any order, any grouping can be applied to subtraction via additive inverse and division via multiplicative inverse *Students recognize that any order does not apply to expressions mixing addition and multiplication, leading to the need to follow the order of operations.(No ratings)
Lesson 7 Understanding Equations* Students are to understand that an equation is a statement of equality between two expressions * Students builds an algebraic expression using the context of the word problem and solve the equation(No ratings)
LESSON PLAN ELA/Math/Science Class-V16 Teacher- M. King, Asst. Teacher- B. Arteaga, R. FernandezTo make students aware of the benefits of eating right and making healthy choices. They will be able to list the four food groups on their plate (Fruits, Vegetables, Grain, Protein and Diary) and identify foods and their amounts needed in each section. » 2. Students will demonstrate the ability to access valid health information and health promoting products and services. » 3. Students will demonstrate the ability to practice health-enhancing behaviors and reduce health risks. » 6. Students will demonstrate the ability to use goal-setting and decision-making skills to enhance health.(No ratings)
Lesson Plan Math- Coordinate Grid Class V16 Teacher: M. King, Asst. Teacher: B. Arteaga, R. FernandezTo learn the x-axis and y-axis on the first quadrant of the Cartesian coordinate system. List the coordinates of a point on the coordinate plane using the form (X,Y), plot a point on the plane when given the coordinates.(No ratings)
Lesson Plan Math-Measurement/Graphing Class V16 Teacher: M. King Asst. Teacher: B. Arteaga, R. FernandezTo understand how to measure with standard and non-standard tools, communicate their mathematical thinking when graphing data.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanThe student should be able to solve an equation using two operations. they should be comfortable with the terms: variable, coefficient, inverse operation and isolate.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will: 1. learn what probability is, 2. learn different ways to express probability numerically: as a ratio, a decimal, and a percentage, and 3. learn how to solve problems based on probability.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will: 1. learn what probability is, 2. learn different ways to express probability numerically: as a ratio, a decimal, and a percentage, and 3. learn how to solve problems based on probability.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanEQ: how do you use inverse operations to solve multiplication operations to solve multiplication equations and division equations(No ratings)
Lesson Plan7.5.B formulate problem situations when given a simple equation and formulate an equation when given a problem situation(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will learn how to find points on a line graph, watch two videos explaining how to find slope, and practice calculating slope.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents understand: ratio relationships (part to part and part to whole), ratio language and symbols, equivalent ratios, and absolute and relative comparisons.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents understand: ratio relationships (part to part and part to whole), ratio language and symbols, equivalent ratios, and absolute and relative comparisons.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will learn the geometric terms about lines and angles.(No ratings)
Lesson Plan - Math - Area Class V16 Teacher - M. King Asst. Teachers - B. Arteaga- To understand the area of a surface using unit blocks and LxW formula. - To find the perimeter of shape using unit blocks. - To practice multiplication skills when finding the area and perimeter of a shape. - To understand the measurement of a room or object, in terms of their inner and outer dimensions.(No ratings)
Lesson Plan - Math-Volume Class V16 - Teacher - M. King Asst. Teacher - B. Arteaga, R. FernandezTo understand that volume takes up space of a container. To find the volume using the formula LxWxH(No ratings)
Lesson Plan- Math- Place Value Class V16 Teacher- M. King Asst. Teacher- B. Arteaga, R. FernndezStudents will review number facts in adding, subtracting, multiplication, regrouping, ones, ten, hundreds. Students will demonstrate understanding of place value to 1,000.(No ratings)
Lesson Plan- Science/P.E.ELA/Math Class V09 Teacher: M. King Asst. Teachers: B. Arteaga, A. Falla Student Teacher: A. Hosein-- The students will demonstrate the ability to monitor their heart rate before an activity -- Students will be able to apply the dynamic changes that take place after an activity.(No ratings)
Lesson Plans WEEK 33 April 21 - April 25, 2014Use random sampling to draw inferences about a population. 7.SP.1: Understand that statistics can be used to gain information about a population by examining a sample of the population; generalizations about a population from a sample are valid only if the sample is representative of that population. Understand that random sampling tends to produce representative samples and support valid inferences. 7.SP.2: Use data from a random sample to draw inferences about a population with an unknown characteristic of interest. Generate multiple samples (or simulated samples) of the same size to gauge the variation in estimates or predictions. For example, estimate the mean word length in a book by randomly sampling words from the book; predict the winner of a school election based on randomly sampled survey data. Gauge how far off the estimate or prediction might be. Draw informal comparative inferences about two populations. 7.SP.3: Informally assess the degree of visual overlap of two numerical data distributions with similar variabilities, measuring the difference between the centers by expressing it as a multiple of a measure of variability. For example, the mean height of players on the basketball team is 10 cm greater than the mean height of players on the soccer team, about twice the variability (mean absolute deviation) on either team; on a dot plot, the separation between the two distributions of heights is noticeable. 7.SP.4: Use measures of center and measures of variability for numerical data from random samples to draw informal comparative inferences about two populations. For example, decide whether the words in a chapter of a seventh-grade science book are generally longer than the words in a chapter of a fourth-grade science book. Investigate chance processes and develop, use, and evaluate probability models. 7.SP.5: Understand that the probability of a chance event is a number between 0 and 1 that expresses the likelihood of the event occurring. Larger numbers indicate greater likelihood. A probability near 0 indicates an unlikely event, a probability around 1/2 indicates an event that is neither unlikely nor likely, and a probability near 1 indicates a likely event. 7.SP.6: Approximate the probability of a chance event by collecting data on the chance process that produces it and observing its long-run relative frequency, and predict the approximate relative frequency given the probability. For example, when rolling a number cube 600 times, pred(No ratings)
Math 7th Grade 1.1-1.5Assess students understanding of prerequisite skills in algebraic reasoning(No ratings)
Math InterventionStudents will solve word problems.(No ratings)
Math lesson plan - Differentiated InstructionStudents will learn to use a sample to gain information about a population. Students will summarize how to use a sample to gain information about a population.(No ratings)
Math lesson plan - Differentiated InstructionStudents will learn to use a sample to gain information about a population. Students will summarize how to use a sample to gain information about a population.(No ratings)
Math Notebooks"I can convert a fraction into a percent." "I can create a math notebook." All students will be able to calculate percent from a fraction with a calculator and guidance(Basic). All students will be able to construct their own interactive math notebooks (Basic). This lesson does not offer tiered instruction.(No ratings)
Math Term PartySWBAT group math terms into operations. SWBAT create posters to reinforce vocabulary words. SWBAT complete cloze activities using different math terms.(No ratings)
Ms.Marie JeudyHow do we solve proportions when a variable is missing?(No ratings)
Multi-step EquationsStudents will be able to apply knowledge of solving equations using distributive property and combining like terms to solving multi-step equations involving variable on both sides and rational number coefficients.(No ratings)
Multiple RepresentationsLinear functions. The student understands the meaning of the slope and intercepts of the graphs of linear functions and zeros of linear functions and interprets and describes the effects of changes in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. The student is expected to develop the concept of slope as rate of change and determine slopes from graphs, tables, and algebraic representations; investigate, describe, and predict the effects of changes in m and b on the graph of y = mx + b and graph; write equations of lines given characteristics such as two points, a point and a slope, or a slope and y‑intercept(No ratings)
October Math GAA 7thStudents will be able to identify positive and negative numbers and place them on a number line. Student will be able to add positive an negative integers. Student will be able to draw objects to a specific scale. Students will be able to determine the scale at which objects are drawn when compared to one another.(No ratings)
One and Two Step EquationsA.7.B linear functions. The student formulates equations and equalities based on linear functions, uses a variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes the solution in terms of the situation. The student is expected to investigate methods for solving linear equations and inequalities using concrete models, graphs, and the properties of equality, select a method, and solve the equations and inequalities.(No ratings)
Order of Operations and PropertiesStudents use the order of operations to simplify numerical expressions.(No ratings)
Percent Proportions"I can use proportions to find a percent" All students will be able to calculate percent with given values in a percentage proportion (Basic). Most students will be able to find a missing variable with given values in a percent proportion (General) Some students will be able to construct a percent proportion from a story problem (Enriched)(No ratings)
Percent Proportions Practice"I can use proportions to find a percent" All students will be able to calculate percent with given values in a percentage proportion (Basic). Most students will be able to find a missing variable with given values in a percent proportion (General) Some students will be able to construct a percent proportion from a story problem (Enriched)(No ratings)
Percent Proportions Practice 2"I can use proportions to find a percent" All students will be able to calculate percent with given values in a percentage proportion (Basic). Most students will be able to find a missing variable with given values in a percent proportion (General) Some students will be able to construct a percent proportion from a story problem (Enriched)(No ratings)
Percents, Proportions, and Zombie DiceStudents will be able to convert fractions into percents (basic). Students will be able to find the missing variable in a percentage-proportion (general). Students will be able to explain how percents and proportions occur in real-life (enriched)(No ratings)
Practice: Fractions to Decimals"I can convert fractions to decimals." Students will spend bulk of class with guided practice from instructor.(No ratings)
Pre-Algebra Tutoring- Ms. GonzalezStudents will add, multiply, divide and subtract integers, including decimals.(No ratings)
Pre-Algebra Tutoring- Ms. GonzalezStudents will add, multiply, divide and subtract integers, including decimals.(No ratings)
Proportional Reasoning1. TSW understand the usefulness of proportions and proportional reasoning in real life. 2. TSW be able to recognize and describe proportional and non-proportional relationships 3. TSW be able to use proportional reasoning to solve practical problems(No ratings)
Slopes!Students will learn how to find points on a line graph, watch two videos explaining how to find slope, and practice calculating slope.(No ratings)
Solving Equivalent Proportions"I can find the missing variable in an equivalent proportion" All students will be able to use a calculator to use cross-products and division to complete two-step problems to find a missing variable (Basic). Most students will be able answer real-life problems involving equivalent proportions and variables with support (General). Some students will be able to setup and apply proportional logic to real-life problems independently (Enriched).(No ratings)
Solving Multi-step EquationsStudent should be able to solve multi-step and real-world applications that involve linear equations.(No ratings)
Solving one- and two-step equationsStudents will be able to model, and explain, how to solve one- and two-step equations.(No ratings)
Solving One-Step Equations (Process & Properties)TSW be able to solve one step equations and explain the process in mathematical terms using mathematical reasoning(No ratings)
Study Triangles"I can make a study triangle." All students will be able to construct a study triangle (Basic).(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
Transformations on the Coordinate Grid Mrs. VSWBAT 1. Define key vocabulary using their own language. 2. Describe the difference between the 4 transformations discussed in class. 3. Draw the image of a reflection or transformation on the coordinate grid.(No ratings)
Variables on Both SidesLinear functions. The student formulates equations and inequalities based on linear functions, uses a variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. The student is expected to investigate methods for solving linear equations and inequalities using concrete models, graphs, and the properties of equality, select a method, and solve the equations and inequalities.(No ratings)
We Need more Cupcakes! StationsSWBAT use the basic principals of adding and multiplying fractions to double recipes. SWBAT convert mixed numbers into improper fractions in order to multiply. SWBAT measure correct amounts of ingredients in order to make a recipe.(No ratings)
We Need more Cupcakes!SWBAT use the basic principals of adding and multiplying fractions to double recipes. SWBAT convert mixed numbers into improper fractions in order to multiply. SWBAT measure correct amounts of ingredients in order to make a recipe.(No ratings)
Weekly Lesson Plans for 11/14 to 11/18, 2016"I can convert fractions to decimals." All students will be able to use a calculator to use division to convert fractions into decimals (Basic). Some students will be able to select the correct fraction to corresponds to a given decimal (Enriched). Some students will be able to mentally convert simple fractions into decimals (and vise versa) (Proficient).(No ratings)
Writing to Learn JournalingThe student will be able to write an original word problem requiring a two-step equation in one variable. Student will solve a two-step equation using strategies already learned in class. Student will use a write to learn journal activity explaining his or her thought process, reflect on the process, and write a RAFT. Students will share their journal entry with a partner and discuss the contents.(No ratings)
1.1 Integer exponentsStudents will be able to find equivalent expressions using properties of Integer exponents.(No ratings)
1.1 Integer exponentsStudents will be able to find equivalent expressions using properties of Integer exponents.(No ratings)
1.1 Solving Simple EquationsSolving one-step equations using addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division(No ratings)
1.1a Integer exponentsStudents will be able to simplify integer exponent expressions using multiplication and division(No ratings)
8th grade 1-12-15Students should be able to describe the effect of dilations, translations, rotations, and reflections on two-dimensional figures using coordinates.(No ratings)
8th grade lesson 1-19-2015Students should be able to Understand that a two- dimensional ﬁgure is similar to another if the second can be obtained from the ﬁrst by a sequence of rotations, reﬂections,translations, and dilatations; given two similar two- dimensional ﬁgures, describe a sequence that exhibits the similarity between them.(No ratings)
8th grade lesson 3-2-2015During the week the students will review and address components of the Benchmark that need work.(No ratings)
8th grade lesson plan1. PO: 8.M.EE.08 . I can analyze and solve pairs of linear equations.. Essential questions: What are linear equations? How do you solve them? 2. PO: 8.G.9. I can compare two functions represented in different ways Essential questions: What are functions? How do you compare them? 3. PO: 8.EE.7. I can write and model a linear relationship using graphs, tables, or a written description. What is a linear equation? How do you write and interpret it? 4. PO: 8.M.SP01 I can create and interpret scatter plots and Pind associations between two quantities 5. PO: 8.M.SP03 I can identify and use a line of Pit in a scatter plot in order to interpret slope and y-­‐intercept(No ratings)
8th grade lesson plan 2-2-2015Students should be able to Apply the Pythagorean Theorem to determine unknown side lengths in right triangles in real-world and mathematical problems in two and three dimensions. Apply the Pythagorean(No ratings)
8th grade lesson plan 2/17/2015Use informal arguments to establish facts about the angle sum and exterior angle of triangles, about the angles created when parallel lines are cut by a transversal, and the angle-angle criterion for similarity of triangles(No ratings)
8th grade lesson plan 3-23-2015Students should be able to construct and interpret scatter plots for bi-variate measurement data to investigate patterns of association between two quantities. Describe patterns such as clustering, outliers, positive or negative association, linear association, and nonlinear association.(No ratings)
8th grade lesson plan 4-13-2015Understand that patterns of association can also be seen in bi-variate categorical data by displaying frequencies and relative frequencies in a two‐way table. Construct and interpret a two‐way table summarizing data on two categorical variables collected from the same subjects. Use relative frequencies calculated for rows or columns to describe possible association between the two variables.(No ratings)
8th grade math 2-9-2015Students should be able to Apply the Pythagorean Theorem to determine unknown side lengths in right triangles in real-world and mathematical problems in two and three dimensions. Apply the Pythagorean Theorem to find distances.(No ratings)
Civil War Math1.Students should be able to interpret data tables. 2. Students should be able to construct equations based on information found in word problems.(No ratings)
CMP 3 It's In The System 2.1Content : SWBAT: Develop skills in solving systems of linear equations by writing the system of equations in equivalent y=mx+b form. or using combinations of the system to eliminate one variable. Language: We will be able use mathematical vocabulary to explain orally or in writing how to solve linear systems symbolically(No ratings)
Congruent Figures and Congruent TrianglesStudents will investigate the triangle congruence conjectures.(No ratings)
Direct VariationStudents will be able to analyze, graph and solve situational problems involving direct variation.(No ratings)
Equations ReviewLinear functions. The student formulates equations and inequalities based on linear functions, uses a variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. The student is expected to investigate methods for solving linear equations and inequalities using concrete models, graphs, and the properties of equality, select a method, and solve the equations and inequalities(No ratings)
Evaluate FunctionsFoundations for functions. The student understands the importance of the skills required to manipulate symbols in order to solve problems and uses the necessary algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. The student is expected to find specific function values, simplify polynomial expressions, transform and solve equations, and factor as necessary in problem situations; use the commutative, associative, and distributive properties to simplify algebraic expressions; and connect equation notation with function notation, such as y = x + 1 and f(x) = x + 1.(No ratings)
Expressions and EquationsKnow and Apply the properties of integer exponents to generate equivalent numerical expression.(No ratings)
Fairfield Middle School Math Department Weekly Lesson Plans for 01/11 - 15/2016Understand and apply the laws of exponents (i.e. product rule, quotient rule, power to a power, product to a power, quotient to a power, zero power property, negative exponents) to simplify numerical expressions that include integer exponents.(No ratings)
Final EvaluationTo have students use their knowledge of Pythagorean Theorem 1. Book Test 2. Students will find the Square Footage of the First Floor Offices and Classrooms(No ratings)
Functions Independent and Dependent Domain and RangeFoundations for functions. The student understands that a function represents a dependence of one quantity on another and can be described in a variety of ways. The student is expected to describe independent and dependent quantities in functional relationships(No ratings)
Graph y=mx + bLinear functions. The student understands the meaning of the slope and intercepts of the graphs of linear functions and zeros of linear functions and interprets and describes the effects of changes in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. The student is expected to investigate, describe, and predict the effects of changes in m and b on the graph of y = mx + b and graph and write equations of lines given characteristics such as two points, a point and a slope, or a slope and y‑intercept(No ratings)
How far away is the moon?Students will be able to correctly express numbers in scientific notation.(No ratings)
I want to be with you!Students will be able to simplify exponential expressions by combining like terms.(No ratings)
Lesson Plan Math- Exponents Class V16 Teacher- M. King, Asst. Teacher- B. Arteaga, R. FernandezUnit Goals Students will perform operations using real numbers and variables: Add, subtract, multiply, and divide signed numbers Write numbers in exponent form Evaluate numerical expressions that contain exponents(No ratings)
Lesson PlanTSW be able to add and subtract fraction and many more math techinques.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will identify the components of the real number system and create a visual representation of the system, up to and including imaginary numbers.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to solve quadratic functions and graph them(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to identify whether each relationship if a function or non-function(No ratings)
Lesson PlanThe students should be able to solve an equtions(No ratings)
Lesson Plans A/B Day8.8.C estimate measurements and use formulas to solve application problems involving lateral and total surface area and volume(No ratings)
Lesson Plans A/B Day8.8.C estimate measurements and use formulas to solve application problems involving lateral and total surface area and volume(No ratings)
Linear EquationsStudents will be able to analyze and solve problems involving linear equations algebraically and using graphs and tables of values.(No ratings)
Linear FunctionsStudents will be able to identify an equation as representing a linear or non-linear function, write the rule of a linear function and solve situational problems involving linear functions.(No ratings)
M1ALesson 1: Exponential Notation (S) Lesson 2: Multiplication and Division of Numbers in Exponential Form (S) Lesson 3: Numbers in Exponential Form Raised to a Power (S) Lesson 4: Numbers Raised to the Zeroth Power (E) Lesson 5: Negative Exponents and the Laws of Exponents (S) Lesson 6: Proofs of Laws of Exponents (S)(No ratings)
Math 8--8th periodMon. TSW be able to find the slope and y-intercept of a line by looking at its equation. Tues. TSW use the equation of a line y = mx + b to graph a line. Wed. TSW be able to write an equation of a line when given the slope and y-intercept of a line. Thurs. & Fri. TSW understand a system of linear equations consists of 2 or more lines and that the solution to the system is the point that the lines have in common. TSW also learn to solve a system of equations by following specific steps.(No ratings)
Math 8--8th periodMon. TSW be able to find the slope and y-intercept of a line by looking at its equation. Tues. TSW use the equation of a line y = mx + b to graph a line. Wed. TSW be able to write an equation of a line when given the slope and y-intercept of a line. Thurs. & Fri. TSW understand a system of linear equations consists of 2 or more lines and that the solution to the system is the point that the lines have in common. TSW also learn to solve a system of equations by following specific steps.(No ratings)
Math 8--8th periodMon. TSW be able to find the slope and y-intercept of a line by looking at its equation. Tues. TSW use the equation of a line y = mx + b to graph a line. Wed. TSW be able to write an equation of a line when given the slope and y-intercept of a line. Thurs. & Fri. TSW understand a system of linear equations consists of 2 or more lines and that the solution to the system is the point that the lines have in common. TSW also learn to solve a system of equations by following specific steps.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
Math Lab--9th periodTSW engage in activities to bridge gaps and/or extend their learning of Math 8 concepts taught.(No ratings)
Math: Inverse and Additive InverseSWBAT conclude and explain that subtracting a number is the same as adding its inverse and apply the additive inverse to re-write a subtraction problem as an addition problem.(No ratings)
November- December Math GAA 8thStudents will be able to differentiate between linear and non-linear equations. Students will be able to determine whether a line on a graph is linear or non-linear. Students will be able graph a set of points and appropriately describe the graphed points as linear or non-linear. Students will be able to define congruent. Students will be able to determine whether two or more shapes are congruent or if they are just similar. Students will be able to recognize and identify the three major translations of shapes (turn, flip and slide). Students will be able to demonstrate the three translations turn, flip and slide with the use of models, drawing or manipulatives.(No ratings)
Perfect SquaresStudents will be able to identify the first 15 perfect squares.(No ratings)
Perfect SquaresStudents will be able to identify the first 15 perfect squares.(No ratings)
Proportional RelationshipsStudents will learn the d=rt formula and use it solve problems involving rate, time, and distance.(No ratings)
Pythagorean TheoremTo use the Pythagorean Theorem to find the missing side of a right triangles. To determine whether a given triangle is a right triangle(No ratings)
Pythagorean TheoremTo find unknown lengths 45-45- 90 and 30-60-90 degree angles. To identify attributes of a right triangle To evaluate expressions containing squares and square roots(No ratings)
Pythagorean TheoremApply the Pythagorean Theorem to determine unknown side lengths in right triangles in real-world and mathematical problems in two and three dimensions. Students should be able to: ***know the steps to the Pythagorean Theorem and how to apply them. ***use the Pythagorean Theorem to find side lengths of right triangles. ***use the Pythagorean Theorem to find areas of right triangles.(No ratings)
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(No ratings)
Reading and Interpreting GraphsFoundations for functions. The student uses the properties and attributes of functions. The student is expected to identify mathematical domains and ranges and determine reasonable domain and range values for given situations, both continuous and discrete(No ratings)
Review: SlopeLinear functions. The student understands the meaning of the slope and intercepts of the graphs of linear functions and zeros of linear functions and interprets and describes the effects of changes in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. The student is expected to develop the concept of slope as rate of change and determine slopes from graphs, tables, and algebraic representations; investigate, describe, and predict the effects of changes in m and b on the graph of y = mx + b and graph; write equations of lines given characteristics such as two points, a point and a slope, or a slope and y‑intercept(No ratings)
Scientific Notation calculationsStudents will be able to add, subtract, multiply, and divide using scientific notation.(No ratings)
Slope of a line given a graph and two pointsLinear functions. The student understands the meaning of the slope and intercepts of the graphs of linear functions and zeros of linear functions and interprets and describes the effects of changes in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. The student is expected to develop the concept of slope as rate of change and determine slopes from graphs, tables, and algebraic representations(No ratings)
Solve for y and graphLinear functions. The student understands the meaning of the slope and intercepts of the graphs of linear functions and zeros of linear functions and interprets and describes the effects of changes in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. The student is expected to graph and write equations of lines given characteristics such as two points, a point and a slope, or a slope and y‑intercept(No ratings)
Solving Linear Systems With The Elimination Method.-Solving a system of equations when no multiplication is necessary to eliminate a variable. -Recognize systems that have no solutions or an infinite number of solutions.(No ratings)
Teaching Square RootsStudents will be able to use square root and cube root symbols to represent solutions to equations f=of the form x to the power of 2 equals x to the power of 3 equals p, where p is a positive rational number.(No ratings)
Thursday 8/21/14Students will gain an understanding of the Standards for Mathematical Practice (SMP). In doing so students will understand the academic expectations for the classroom for the year.(No ratings)
Walk the lineThe student will learn how to write the equation of a line given its graph or its slope and y-intercept. The student will also learn the effects of changing the slope and y-intercept on the graph and the equation of the line.(No ratings)
Weekly Lesson Plans for 11/14 to 11/18Understand and apply the laws of exponents (i.e. product rule, quotient rule, power to a power, product to a power, quotient to a power, zero power property, negative exponents) to simplify numerical expressions that include integer exponents.(No ratings)
What is that little number?Students will be able to reduce expressions in exponential form.(No ratings)
Where Do I Belong?Students will estimate numbers to place them appropriately on a number line or to place numbers in order.(No ratings)
Who Are You?Students will be able to identify numbers as rational or irrational.(No ratings)
X and Y InterceptsFoundations for functions. The student understands the importance of the skills required to manipulate symbols in order to solve problems and uses the necessary algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. The student is expected to find specific function values and transform and solve equations.(No ratings)
10/31Students will present their final prototype to a panel of engineer judges.(No ratings)
11/10Students will demonstrate their understanding of various concepts taught during this unit through the completion of a summative assessment.(No ratings)
Absolute valueStudents will be able to find the absolute value of a number and graph it on the number line(No ratings)
Algebra prep LP (emergency)Students will solve problems on different topics of CC Algebra(No ratings)
Ch. 4 Notes - Day 4Students will be able to analyze, discuss, and graph simple real world scenarios, determining from context: A. Slope (rate) B. Y- intercept (starting point) C. Appropriate labels/scale for each axis D. Equation of the line (y = mx +b ) E. Graph(No ratings)
Chapter 2 Review Algebra IStudents will be able to: 1) Subtract, multiply, divide, and distribute rational numbers; 2) Use unit factors to convert units; 3) Identify a function.(No ratings)
Chapter 5 ApplicationStudents will be able to convert: - inches into feet - cups into quarts - kilometers into meters - quarts into gallons - ounces into pounds(No ratings)
Chapter 5: Lesson 1 VocabularyStudents will be able to: -recognize and define terms related to basic operations and rational expressions(No ratings)
Constant Rates of Change-12/9/14Students will be able to find rates of change for linear functions from tables, graphs, or verbal descriptions(No ratings)
Deductive ReasoningStudents will solve word problems using deductive reasoning. They will later be able to use these skills to solve every day problems.(No ratings)
Equations and InequalitiesChecking and solving equations. checking solutions of inequalities.(No ratings)
Equations and Inequalities.Students will be able to solve one step equations and inequalities(No ratings)
Fractions Vocabulary QuizStudents will be able to recognize and correctly define mathematics terms related to rational numbers(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 1/11/16Students will be able to determine the slope of the line given various points on the line by utilizing the slope formula. Students will be able to discuss the two types of magnets, the minerals that are magnetic, and the properties of electrons which enables a material to be magnetic.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 1/4/16Students will be able to determine if a graphed function represents a linear function or not. Students will be able to determine if an x,y data table represents a linear function or not. Students will be able to recall information taught this semester.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 1/5/16Students will be able to identify the x and y intercepts given a graph of a linear function. Students will be able to identify and graph the x and y intercepts given an equation of a linear function.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 1/6/16Students will be able to identify a positive, negative, zero, and undefined slope given a graph of a linear function. Students will be able to determine the slope by counting the rise over the run.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 1/7/16Students will complete a science semester exam. Students will be able to complete a math review worksheet.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 1/8/16Students will be complete their math semester exams. Students will be able to discuss the two types of magnets. Students will be able to discuss the role of magnetic domains in magnetism.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 10/1The students will be able to solve speed and velocity problems with the correct unit of measurement. The students will be able to solve one step equations.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 11/30Students will be able to identify characteristics of a function. Students will be able to identify six simple machines and their everyday uses.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 12/1The students will understand the overview of the project. The students will become familiarized with the Functions website.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 12/10Students will be able to determine the relationship and write a function given various ordered pairs. Students will be able to read a relationship situation and determine the independent and dependent variables. Students will be able to evaluate a function given input values.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 12/11Students will be able to . Students will be able to experimentally determine the IMA and AMA of a lever.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 12/2Students will understand how to identify the domain and range of a function. Students will understand how to graph, plot, and write functions. Students will be able to utilize proper function notation.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 12/3Students will be able to evaluate a function for various inputs. Students will be able to define work and calculate the work completed in various scenarios.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 12/4 (ER Day)Students will be able to evaluate a function. Students will be able to determine if a graph and map demonstrate functions or not using their understanding of the vertical line test. Students will be able to define power. Students will be able to calculate power given real world measurements.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 12/7Students will be able to create a function given an input output table. Students will be able to list the four requirements for the Dude Goldberg Project.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 12/8Students will be able to identify a graph given a scenario that describes the actions that contribute to the creation of the graph. Students will be able to differentiate between work and power, input force and output force, input distance and output distance.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 12/9Students will be able to define mechanical advantage and differentiate between Ideal and Actual Mechanical Advantage. Students will be able to write relations as a table, graph, and a mapping diagram. Students will be able to determine the domain and range of a relation given a table, graph, and mapping diagram.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 8/20Students will gain an overview of the Freshman Academy. Students will gain a better understanding of the importance of clear communication skills.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 8/21Students will define their expectations for the class. Students will understand some of the classroom expectations.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 8/24Students will understand the main focus of our class. Students will begin to get to know each other's names.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 8/25Students will engage in an engineering design challenge with their partner.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 8/26Students will be introduced to some of the expectations for presenting in class.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 8/27Students will be oriented to the safety features of the lab as well as the rules that they are expected to follow.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 8/28Students will understand the importance of perseverance in success. Students will be introduced to their first project.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 8/31Students will be introduced to histograms and understand its significance in analyzing data. Students will gain a better understanding as science as a human endeavor.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 9/1Students will be able to discuss the scientific method and its use. Students will be able to utilize various graphs to retrieve information.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 9/10Students will be able to develop a measurable and precise "If, Then" hypothesis if given a question. Students will be able to construct a box and whisker plot given a data set.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 9/11Students will be able to analyze written procedures for precision. Students will be able to construct a dot plot, box and whiskers, and histogram for a given set of data.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 9/14Students will be able to develop the steps to a controlled experiment.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 9/15Students will be able to determine various ways that graphs can be misleading. Students will be able to define and determine variables of scenarios.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 9/16Students will be able to construct and analyze a two way frequency table. Students will be able to design and implement scientific experiments.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 9/17Students will be able to construct and analyze data into a two way frequency and a relative two way frequency table. Students will be able to design and carry out a controlled experiment.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 9/18Students can construct and analyze a two way frequency table. Students can identify the independent and dependent variable. Students can identify the constants and control group.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 9/2The students will be able to make inferences based on facts given. Students will be able to discuss the function of a bar, line, and circle chart. Students will be able to analyze the data found on bar, line, and circle charts.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 9/21 & 9/22Students will be able to identify the independent and dependent variable of their project. Students will be able to utilize Microsoft Excel to develop a graph for their results. Students will be able to create conclusions based on the results of their experiment.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 9/23 & 9/24Presentations(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 9/25Students will demonstrate their understanding of the concepts taught via a quiz.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 9/28Students will be able to identify various types of expressions that lead to mathematical operations. Students will be able to define speed, velocity, and acceleration. Students will be able to identify the units used in calculations of speed, velocity, and acceleration. Students will be able to utilize the formulas provided to calculate unknown variables.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 9/3Students will be able to use data provided in a frequency table to create a dot plot and a histogram.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 9/30Student will be able to solve for speed, distance, time, or velocity given two out of three variables. Student will be able to identify the units for speed and velocity. Student will be able to solve one step equations using inverse operations.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 9/4Students will be able to differentiate between a scientifically testable question and one that is not. Students will be able to create a scientifically testable question that is specific and measurable.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 9/8Students will be able to construct a scientific experimentation question. Students will be able to organize data into a box and whisker plots.(No ratings)
Freshman Academy 9/9Students will be able to order data, determine the 5 important numbers, and plot the numbers on a box and whisker plot. Students will be able to cite web sources using easybib.com. Students will be able to conduct basic research on the information about their myth topics.(No ratings)
Introduction to functionsStudents will learn how to create a table from a given function. The students will identify the Input as the independent variable and the output as the dependent variable. They will have to explain why there is a dependent variable(No ratings)
IZ 1/13Students will review for an upcoming exam on simple machines.(No ratings)
IZ 1/14Students will demonstrate their understanding of simple machines on an assessment.(No ratings)
IZ 1/16MAKE UP DAY(No ratings)
IZ 1/20 - 1/22Students will gain an understanding of the role that electrons play in magnetism. Students will be able to verbalize how a magnet works and what a magnetic field is. Students will diagram attraction and repulsion of magnetic fields.(No ratings)
IZ 1/23Students will be able to draw lines of force and a magnetic field given two bar magnets. Students will be able to discuss the role of domains in magnetism.(No ratings)
IZ 1/26Students will demonstrate their understanding of magnetism through a short check up.(No ratings)
IZ 1/28Students will be able to discuss the relationship between potential electrical energy and kinetic potential energy. Students will be able to define a series circuit and discuss the effects of manipulating the series circuit.(No ratings)
IZ 1/29Students will be able to define static electricity. Students will be able to differentiate between series and parallel circuits.(No ratings)
IZ 1/30Students will compare and contrast a series and a parallel circuit.(No ratings)
IZ 1/5Students will finalize the Christmas Carnival game. Students will begin reviewing for the upcoming exams.(No ratings)
IZ 1/9Students will review for the upcoming unit exam.(No ratings)
IZ 10/1Students will be able to calculate speed given the distance and time of an object. Students will be able to discuss the overall theme for the next project.(No ratings)
IZ 10/15, 10/16, 10/17Students will be able to solve for a variable given a multi-step equation. Students will be able to design and begin constructing a cardstock roller coaster.(No ratings)
IZ 10/20Students will determine the correct unit to use with various calculations: speed, velocity, distance, time, force, acceleration. Students will construct a roller coaster given specific perimeters, students will correctly solve for a variable given a multi-step equation.(No ratings)
IZ 10/21Students will solve for variables given a physics word problem. Students will solve for a variable given a multi-step equations. Students will construct a roller coaster given specific perimeters.(No ratings)
IZ 10/22Students will correctly correlate a real world example with the 3 Laws of Motion. Students will combine like terms to solve for a variable given an equation. Students will construct a roller coaster that meets specific criteria.(No ratings)
IZ 10/23Students will … • Explore how an object accelerates as it slides down a slope. • Distinguish kinetic and potential energy. • Relate the kinetic energy of an object to its mass and speed. • Observe how potential energy is converted to kinetic energy. • Explore how energy and momentum relate to the outcomes of collisions.(No ratings)
IZ 10/27Students will evaluate two systems and determine which system has greater momentum. Students will determine that energy is transferred from one object to another during a collision.(No ratings)
IZ 10/28Students will solve for a variable given a multi-step equation. Students will continue working on the construction of their paper roller coasters.(No ratings)
IZ 10/6Students will demonstrate their understanding of one step equations.(No ratings)
IZ 10/7Students will be able to determine the velocity of an accelerating car given the distance traveled in the time. Students will be able to utilize the velocity of a toy car to create a velocity versus time graph. Students will be able to determine the acceleration of a toy car by utilizing a velocity versus time line graph.(No ratings)
IZ 11/12Students will understand how to differentiate between energy, work, and power.(No ratings)
IZ 11/13Students will be able to calculate the work and power given specific scenarios. Students will correctly identify the units for energy, work, and power.(No ratings)
IZ 11/14Students will be able to determine the amount of work completed, and the power required of various scenarios.(No ratings)
IZ 11/17 & 11/18Students will understand that absolute value is a distance from zero. Students will understand the variables of a pendulum and how each effects the period of the pendulum.(No ratings)
IZ 11/19Students will be able to determine the variables that effect the period of a pendulum. Students will be able to calculate the period of a pendulum given the length of the string. Students will be able to calucate percent error given the actual number and the expected number. Students will be able to define absolute value, and will be able to solve an equation given an absolute value.(No ratings)
IZ 11/20Students will demonstrate their understanding of pendulums and energy on a quiz.(No ratings)
IZ 11/24Students will solve equations given various situations of absolute value.(No ratings)
IZ 11/25 & 11/26Students will determine the maximum velocity of the sock monkey going down a zip line. Students will determine the energy lost due to friction.(No ratings)
IZ 11/3Students will reflect on their personal contributions to the roller coaster project as well as their group members' contributions. Students will demonstrate an understanding of Newton's Laws and the Roller Coaster Project.(No ratings)
IZ 11/5Students will be able to discuss the three laws of motion. Students will be able to determine the applications of Newton's Laws of Motion to their roller coaster project.(No ratings)
IZ 11/6 & 11/7Students will review the proper methods for calculating speed, velocity, acceleration, force, and momentum.(No ratings)
IZ 12/1 & 12/2Students will find examples of simple machines in everyday life. Students will define key terms for understanding simple machines.(No ratings)
IZ 12/15 & 12/16Students will be able to determine the mechanical advantage of a wheel and axle as well as various pulley sets ups.(No ratings)
IZ 12/18Students will demonstrate their understanding of the project through a presentation.(No ratings)
IZ 12/19Students will demonstrate their understanding of the calculation of Mechanical Advantage.(No ratings)
IZ 12/3Students will be introduced to the next project.(No ratings)
IZ 12/4 & 12/5Students will understand the definition of mechanical advantage. Students will be able to calculate the mechanical advantage of an inclined plane.(No ratings)
IZ 12/8 (Substitute Day)Students will be able to differentiate between ideal and actual mechanical advantage. Students will be able to utilize the IMA and AMA to determine the efficiency of an inclined plane.(No ratings)
IZ 12/9-12/12Students will understand how a simple machine makes work easier. Students will be able to calculate the mechanical advantage of an inclined plane, screw, wedge, and lever.(No ratings)
IZ 2/10Students will be able to solve for an unknown using Ohm's Law.(No ratings)
IZ 2/11 and 2/12Students will collaborate to determine the best blade design. Students will construct wind blades.(No ratings)
IZ 2/13Students will analyze the slope of a line to determine it's use in making predictions.(No ratings)
IZ 2/3 & 2/4Students will be able to discuss voltage difference and role it plays in a circuit. Students will understand the functionality of a battery. Students will be able to define resistance, and discuss the calculations in Ohm's Law.(No ratings)
IZ 2/5-2/6Students will gain an understanding of the concepts of resistance, voltage, and current. Students will build circuits and experiment to determine the variables and their effect on one another. Students will utilize Ohm's Law to determine unknown variable.(No ratings)
IZ 2/9Students can differentiate between circuits and currents. Students can determine the unit used for voltage, resistance, and current. Students can utilize Ohm's Law to solve for unknown variables of Ohm's Law.(No ratings)
IZ 3/16 (3.5 hour early dismissal) 1st session onlyStudents will reflect on their assessment scores. Students will finalize their project handouts.(No ratings)
IZ 3/17 & 3/18Students will finalize their projects. Students will reflect on the project.(No ratings)
IZ 3/19Students will discuss energy production from renewable energy sources.(No ratings)
IZ 3/20Students will be introduced to their upcoming project.(No ratings)
IZ 3/24The students will understand the a change in temperature is what dictates the state of matter. The students will recognize the relationship between states of matter and kinetic energy of the molecules.(No ratings)
IZ 3/25-3/31Students will be able to identify the location of the metals, nonmetals, and metalloids on the periodic table. Students will be able to compare and contrast periods and groups of a periodic table. Students will be able to identify the 4 pieces of information found in a square on the periodic table. Students will know that the bold staircase on the periodic table separates metals from nonmetals.(No ratings)
IZ 4/1-4/2NA(No ratings)
IZ 4/10-4/17Students will participate in the Smarter Balanced Assessment.(No ratings)
IZ 4/20Students will be able to determine the number of protons, neutrons, and electrons of a specified element. Students will be able to determine the electron configuration of each energy level.(No ratings)
IZ 4/7 -4/8Students will be able to differentiate between an atom and an element. Students will be able to identify the four pieces of information given in a square on a periodic table. Students will determine that like charges repel and opposites attract. Students will be able to determine the number of protons, neutrons, and electrons in any assigned element given a table to reference. Lessons this week adapted from: http://www.middleschoolchemistry.com/lessonplans/(No ratings)
IZ 4/9Students will be able to determine basic properties of subatomic particles. Students will be able to label the mass number, atomic number, element name and symbol given a periodic table square. Students will be able to determine the number of protons, neutrons, and electrons given the periodic table to reference.(No ratings)
IZ 5/4Students will understand how to identify a covalent bond vs an ionic bond. Students will be able to write the formula for an ionic bond and draw a lewis structure for an ionic bond. Students will be able to name a covalent bond and an ionic bond.(No ratings)
IZ 5/5Students will review ionic and covalent bonding. Students will be able to determine if a bond is ionic or covalent. Students will be able to draw the lewis structure for a covalent bond. Students will be able to write the chemical formula for an ionic bond. Students will be able to write the name for the chemical bonds.(No ratings)
IZ 5/6Students will demonstrate their understanding of covalent and ionic bonds on a quiz. Students will find basic information about isotopes.(No ratings)
IZ 8/21Students will have an understanding of what the Innovation Zone is and the expectations of the course.(No ratings)
IZ 8/22The student will understand the expectations of the teachers for the IZ. The teacher will learn more about the students.(No ratings)
IZ 8/25The student will understand the classroom routines and norms.(No ratings)
IZ 8/28Students will better understand the safety requirements of the class. Students will be assessed to gain an understanding of their prior knowledge.(No ratings)
IZ 8/29Students will present their lab safety rule to the class. Students will also sign off on the lab safety contract.(No ratings)
IZ 9/10Students will be able to construct and interpret frequency tables, histograms, and dot graphs. Students will be able to determine the independent and dependent variable given various experimental situations.(No ratings)
IZ 9/11Student will be able to create a comprehensive procedures list for the experiment. Students will be able to interpret data from various types of graphs and charts.(No ratings)
IZ 9/12Students will be able to design and conduct a controlled experiment. Students will be able to analyze the data found in the experiment. Students will be able to identify the correct means of displaying data.(No ratings)
IZ 9/15Students will be able to determine the mean, median, mode, and range given a set of data. Students will design and conduct a scientific experiment.(No ratings)
IZ 9/16Students will be able to identify 5 pieces of data necessary to create a box and whisker plot. Students will be able to determine which type of graph will be most relative to display their found data.(No ratings)
IZ 9/17The student will be able to determine the mean, median, mode, and range, given a set amount of data points. The student will be able to differentiate between the independent and the dependent variable. The student will understand how to draw conclusions from an experiment.(No ratings)
IZ 9/19Students will know the expectations for presenting.(No ratings)
IZ 9/2Students will be able to define several types of measurements and their units. Students will better understand themselves and others when working in a collaborative situation.(No ratings)
IZ 9/22Students will present the findings from their Mythbusters Project.(No ratings)
IZ 9/23Students will prepare for the upcoming after school display of their projects.(No ratings)
IZ 9/24Students will reflect on the project.(No ratings)
IZ 9/25Students will be able to evaluate self and others' performance on the Mythbusters project. Students will create a box and whiskers plot given a set of data.(No ratings)
IZ 9/26Students will review box and whisker plots. Student will be able to identify the quartiles. Student will be able to calculate an outlier. Student will be able to determine the characteristics of a misleading graph.(No ratings)
IZ 9/29Students will review and assess on the data analysis unit.(No ratings)
IZ 9/3Students will work collaboratively to collect valid data through measurements of mass, volume, and length(No ratings)
IZ 9/30Students will be assessed on the scientific method. Students will be introduced to the scientific field on physics. Students will be review their assessment on data analysis.(No ratings)
IZ 9/4Students will be introduced to the first project. Students will be able to determine which myth they would like to bust. Students will understand the definition of various types of measurement. Students will understand how to obtain measurements in various ways. Students will be able to use appropriate units with measurements.(No ratings)
IZ 9/5Students will be able to construct a bar graph using the data from the entry event. Students will be able to differentiate between and discuss the use of a bar graph, a line graph, and a circle graph.(No ratings)
IZ 9/8Students will be reminded of the safety requirements of science labs. Students will analyze the data from the Coke and Mentos Experiment through the use of a bar graph.(No ratings)
IZ 9/9Students will be able to correctly list the steps of the scientific method. Students will interpret bar, pie, and circle graphs. Students will construct a bar graph.(No ratings)
IZ Week of 2/23Students will be able to determine the relationship between current, voltage, and resistance. Students will be able to identify the units used for current, voltage, and resistance. Students will work collaboratively to engineer a wind blade design.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to...evaluate algebraic expressions by using substitution. Students will be able to...solve equations. Students will be able to...simplify equations & expressions. Students will be able to...explain how they evaluated in the expression either orally or in writing. Students will be able to...cooperatively work together to evaluate expressions.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanI can find the derivative of inverse trig functions(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to (SWBAT): Solve two step equations. Students will also be able to evaluate solutions to prove accuracy.(No ratings)
lesson planswbat: write functions to describe relationships and solve equations using only one variable(No ratings)
Lesson Planswbat: write functions to describe relationships and solve equations using only one variable(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to: 1) Subtract, multiply, divide, and distribute rational numbers; 2) Use unit factors to convert units; 3) Identify a function.(No ratings)
Math U See, Algebra 1Negative last term, Adding zero, positive last term, coefficients of X, negative coefficients of X(No ratings)
Modeling FunctionsStudents will review the methods learned in class to model mathematical problems(No ratings)
Modeling Linear EquationsThis lesson is intended to assess how well students use algebra in context, and in particular, how well students: • Explore relationships between variables in everyday situations. • Find unknown values from known values. • Find relationships between pairs of unknowns, and express these as tables and graphs.(No ratings)
My Lesson PlanAfter successful completion of this lesson, students will be able to: 1- Identify and sketch the general forms of linear and quadratic parent functions, 2- Identify mathematical domains and ranges and determine reasonable domain and range values for given situations, both continuous and discrete, 3- Interpret situations in terms of given graphs or creates situations that fit given graphs; and 4- Collect and organize data, make and interpret scatterplots, and model, predict, and make decisions and critical judgments in problem situations.(No ratings)
My Lesson PlanAfter successful completion of this lesson, students will be able to: 1- Identify and sketch the general forms of linear and quadratic parent functions, 2- Identify mathematical domains and ranges and determine reasonable domain and range values for given situations, both continuous and discrete, 3- Interpret situations in terms of given graphs or creates situations that fit given graphs; and 4- Collect and organize data, make and interpret scatterplots, and model, predict, and make decisions and critical judgments in problem situations.(No ratings)
Opposites and reciprocals of a numberStudent will be able to find both the opposite and the reciprocal of numbers.(No ratings)
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.(No ratings)
Percentsc(No ratings)
PrecalculusI can calculate equations for lines(No ratings)
PrecalculusI can calculate equations for lines(No ratings)
Real numbers and number lineStudents will be able to plot a number on a number line based on the value of the number(No ratings)
Regents prepStudents will learn how to solve regents type questions in order to get ready to take the test in January(No ratings)
Rubik's PercentageStudents should be able to convert a fraction or a decimal into a percentage.(No ratings)
Slope Intercept Form y=mx + bSWBAT identify key features of a linear equation. SWBAT calculate the slope of a line.(No ratings)
Slope intercept form of a lineStudents will be able to find the slope of a line using a line drawn on a coordinate system as well as by using the slope formula.(No ratings)
Slope Intercept form of an equationStudents will be able to identify families of lines and make generalizations after analyzing different equations.(No ratings)
Solving for other variablesStudents will solve equations in terms of different variables.(No ratings)
Solving Linear Equationsstudents will be able to solve equations with variables on one side and with variables on both sides.(No ratings)
Substitute Math Lesson 1Students should be able to estimate whole numbers to their greatest place value(No ratings)
Substitute Math Lesson 2Students will be able to identify and perform one-step mathematical and algebraic operations(No ratings)
Substitute Math Lesson 3Students will be able to identify variables in mathematical expressions and differentiate between numerical and algebraic expressions.(No ratings)
The Pythagorean TheoremStudents will be introduced to the Pythagorean Theorem. Students will obtain a basic understanding of how to use the Pythagorean Theorem in order to solve for missing side lengths of a triangle. Students will demonstrate comprehension of class connect lessons as evidenced by the class connect discussion and the asynchronous quiz and assessments scores.(No ratings)
Unit 3 Lesson 1Students will learn rules of divisibility of whole numbers 2-10(No ratings)
week 2, Algebra 1(No ratings)
What's the Price?This activity focuses on the use of percents in situations involving discounts, mark down, and or markups.(No ratings)
What's the Price?This activity focuses on the use of percents in situations involving discounts, mark down, and or markups.(No ratings)
Word Problems Using Systems of EquationsStudents should be able to solve word problems by using systems of equations as well as use "Let" statements to define their variables.(No ratings)
Workbook #39Students will be able to: substitute given values for variable in algebraic expressions follow the order of operations to simplify expressions(No ratings)
Absolute value graph transformationsStudents will be able to describe the transformation of the absolute value parent graph | x | when the values of a, h and k, change.(No ratings)
Algebra 1 TestEvaluate students' learning(No ratings)
Algebra 1 TestEvaluate students' learning(No ratings)
Arithmetic sequences; Exponential growth and Exponential decayStudents will analyze data and conclude that exponential functions change by equal factors over equal intervals.(No ratings)
Chapter 2: Reasoning and ProofThrough this lesson, I will be able to recognize conditional statements and their parts and be able to write converses, inverses, and contrapositives of conditionals.(No ratings)
Chapter 2: Reasoning and ProofThrough this lesson, I will be able to combine two or more statements into a compound statement.(No ratings)
Chapter 2: Reasoning and ProofThrough this lesson, I will be able to write biconditionals and be able to recognize good definitions.(No ratings)
Conditions for Parallelograms 6.3, Day 2-3A student should be able use to the four conditions ( not involving angles) to prove a quadrilateral is a parallelogram. Evidence should include appropriate use of slope, distance and midpoint formulas.(No ratings)
Education Stats in 1850 USStudents learn to find percentages of certain groups as sets of entire population and subgroups during the industrial revolution. Students predict possibilities of random selection. Students look for patterns in data. Students will attempt to find correlations without calculation.(No ratings)
Emergency Lesson Plan 1 (2 days)Students should be able to perform arithmetic operations with polynomials(No ratings)
Exponential growth and exponential decayStudents will be able to identify growth and decay in exponential functions.(No ratings)
Factoring quadraticsStudents will be able to solve a quadratic equation of the form ax2 + bx + c = 0 by catering and solve for the factors.(No ratings)
Graphing linear inequalitiesDue to the fact that some students are still having problems on how to graph an inequality this lesson will provide guidance and practice on this topic.(No ratings)
Lesson 1Students will be introduced to the subject of Algebra. Students will obtain a basic understanding of the definition of expressions and variables as evidenced by the class connect discussion and the quiz score.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanYo puedo explicar las contribuciones de los moros en Espana en las areas de matematicas, ciencias y arquitectura.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanDetermine the equation for half-life. Determine the half-life of "candium". Set up and solve for the resulting amount and the time for the half-life of "candium" given a set of conditions whereby they have to use the equation and not just their graph.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to recognize the value of coins, money and students should be able to give change and graph the value of money in the correct coordinate.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to recognize the value of coins, money and student should be able to give the correct change and graph e value of money in the correct coordinate.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanFind Mean, Median And Mode(No ratings)
Lesson PlanDiscover methods of survey delivery(No ratings)
Lesson PlanThis activity is designed to give students practice in correctly factor polynomials. Students will be able to: 1) Verbally explain the steps they took to factor the polynomial. 2) Explain the pieces of a trinomial equation and how to factor trinomials with their peers. 3) Factor three forms of trinomials to demonstrate their understanding of how to factor this kind of polynomial.(No ratings)
Linear equations, slope and intercepts of a lineStudents will be able to write a linear equation based on different information given.(No ratings)
Multi-step Trig Word Problems/ ClinometerStudents will be able to: 1. Come up with their own plan for solving a multi-step trig problem using two angles of depression. 2. Be able to discuss/explain how or why they made various calculations. 3.Use a clinometer to estimate the height of the school and a tall pipe. 4. Use another method (counting bricks, multiplying by brick size) to estimate height of building. 5. Report findings to class, compare groups answers, as a class calculate a reasonable average height. If possible, have students research actual height of building from blueprints, county records, etc.(No ratings)
Solving quadratics using square rootsStudents will be able to solve quadratic equations using square roots(No ratings)
Solving quadratics using the discriminantHow do we know the number of solutions of a quadratic equation using the discriminant(No ratings)
Solving radical equations and finding the inverse of a function.Students will be able to solve radical equations of different forms as well as how to find the inverse of a function by following a three-step method.(No ratings)
Systems of nonlinear equationsStudents will be able to solve systems of nonlinear equations in two variables(No ratings)
Test # 2Students will be able to identify an exponential function from either a graph or a table of values.(No ratings)
Translating word problems into algebraic equationsOne big part of the CC algebra requires that students should be able to analyze a problem and translate it into a mathematical model(No ratings)
WERTEOBJECTIVE IS TO(No ratings)
ACT PREP 10-2-13Students will correctly answer quiz questions related to material reviewed in last 2 weeks.(No ratings)
Algebra LessonThe learner will: review and learn new economic and philanthropy vocabulary words using a game, use an economic decision-making model, define how choices can affect their own well-being and that of the community. research a nonprofit organization. review a nonprofit/civil society organization’s description and budget information.complete budget revenue and expenses worksheets for a nonprofit(No ratings)
Factoring PolynomialsStudents will be able to factor polynomials of different degrees using a combination of special products and long and synthetic division techniques.(No ratings)
IZ 8/26Students will understand the importance of effective collaboration.(No ratings)
IZ 8/27Students will understand how to create a Meme or a Vine.(No ratings)
Less is Nest, More is Shore*Represent unbounded intervals using interval notation. *Solve inequalities and give the solution set graphically and using interval notation. *Represent bounded intervals using interval notation. *Solve compound inequalities and give the solution set graphically and using interval notation. *Determine whether absolute value inequalities represent a conjunction or a disjunction. *Solve absolute value inequalities and represent the solution set as a compound inequality, using interval notation, and/or graphically. *Write a conjunction or disjunction that corresponds to a given absolute value inequality.(No ratings)
Lesson 1Introduce the topic of trig and point out its importance to math and science using historical documents and current issues. Introduce students to the triangle. Connect this lesson with prior experience with different types of triangles. Review a few key facts about triangles such as the sum of all angles. Introduce the basic trig functions; sine, cosine and tangent. Show how they can be used in a right triangle to measure distances(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to learn and utilize different means of using technology to promote learning Quadratic Factoring. Introduce students to QR technology(No ratings)
Lesson PlanThe students will learn what Rates are and how to solve problems that deal with Rates effectively and quickly.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanOur students will fully understand and remember the Formula for the Pythagorean Theorem and learn how to use the formula to solve different problems.(No ratings)
Operations with polynomialsStudents will learn how to divide and multiply polynomials which will be the base for factoring polynomials(No ratings)
Rational ExponentsStudents will learn how to use a rational exponent to represent a power involving radicals.(No ratings)
Reducción de términos semejantesLos estudiantes deben ser capaces de identificar términos semejantes y distinguir las reglas que se pueden aplicar para reducirlos.(No ratings)
Regents ExercisesStudents will solve regents-type questions so that they get use to these type of questions(No ratings)
Solving for other variables PSStudents will learn how to solve equations for other variables.(No ratings)
Systems of equations 2Students will be able to solve a system of equations by the method of elimination. The method of substitution will be introduced.(No ratings)
Systems of equations substitutionStudents will be able to solve a system of equations by substitution, the method of elimination will be reinforced with a word problem.(No ratings)
The natural base eStudents will be introduced to logarithms, the first step will be the introduction of the natural base e or natural logarithm(No ratings)
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(No ratings)
Applications of differentiationStudents will be able to apply what they have learned about differentiation; specifically derivatives, to solve problems on maximum and minimum of functions.(No ratings)
Binomial Distribution (part 1)Determine whether the conditions for using a binomial random variable are met Compute and interpret probabilities including binomial distributions (with table only)(No ratings)
Binomial Distribution practice dayStudents should be able to determine whether the conditions for using a binomial random variable are met Students should be able to compute and interpret probabilities involving binomial distributions using a table.(No ratings)
CalculusStudents will be able to use the fundamental theorem of calculus to find the area under a curve.(No ratings)
Calculus lesson on LimitsStudents will learn the important role that limits play in the development of calculus. Limits is the core tool on which calculus is built.(No ratings)
DeterminantsStudents will understand purpose of determinants, how to determine them from given 2x2 matrices, and what information you can acquire after obtaining a matrices determinant.(No ratings)
Fundamental Counting PrincipleStudents should be able to count using the Fundamental Counting Principle(No ratings)
Introduction to InequalitiesHow are equalities and inequalities alike?(No ratings)
Introduction to InequalitiesHow are equalities and inequalities alike?(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to round to the next dollar when making a purchase.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudent will be able to take a real life word problem and compute an operation function from fraction,decimal, and percent. Student will be able to complete equation of a quadratic formula including the FOIL strategy. Student will understand and perform conversion of the metric system(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudent will be able to solve geometric equation using formulas in picture and word problem format for each.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudent will reinforce skills learned to prepare for GED Math test. Areas of focus are Algebra, Geometry, and computation in fractions, decimals and percents.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanThe student will be able to identify linear equations and be able to properly solve them. They will also be able to apply the same problem solving skills to finding the correct solutions to systems of linear inequalities.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanBrianna focus on Math Study Guide(No ratings)
Midterm ReviewStudents will identify the mistakes they have made during the test.(No ratings)
Multiplication and division with radicalsStudents will be able to perform multiplication and division with radicals with different indices.(No ratings)
Normal distribution and Standard DeviationStudents will learn how to use the graph of a normal distribution with a given standard deviation.(No ratings)
Permutations and CombinationsStudents will count using permutations and combinations Students will count using permutations with repetition Students will use permutations and combinations to calculate probability(No ratings)
Probability of dependent and independent eventsStudents will be able to compute the probability of independent and dependent events.(No ratings)
Regents Prep classStudents will be able to solve different types of regents questions(No ratings)
Slope of a lineThe students will find slope using 2 given points and the slope formula. The students will also find slope from a given line and using rise/run.(No ratings)
The Next Dollar StrategyStudents will be able to round to the next dollar when making a purchase.(No ratings)
The Next Dollar StrategyStudents will be able to round to the next dollar when making a purchase.(No ratings)
Trigonometric definitions and functionsStudents will be able to solve problems involving trigonometric functions.(No ratings)
Trigonometric functionsStudents would be able to find the value of the six trigonometric functions of given angle.(No ratings)
Trigonometry (emergency LP)Students should be able to solve problems using rational exponents(No ratings)
Vector EquationsStudents should be able to define a vector, able to translate matrices into vector equations, and know how to solve vector equations. They will understand what vector equations are used for in solving systems of equations, and what each type of solution means. Students will also be able to describe geometrically what vectors look like and graph them.(No ratings)
Writing equations of parabolasStudents will write the equation of a parabola given: - Vertex and focus - Vertex and Directrix - Vertex and a point of intersection - Three points of intersection - A graph(No ratings)

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