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Sixth Grade Math

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Class Code: 2qesyw
 
Materials to bring to class everyday: Textbook, workbook, a three ring binder, notebook, calculator, pencil, folder or accordian folder.
-Students and their parents meet their teachers.
 
 
Tuesday August 25, 2020-Half Day 8:30-11:20
-Students will remain in their homeroom the entire day.
 
Wednesday August 26, 2020
-Introductions and procedures
-Begin Pre-Test
 
HOMEWORK: Start Interest Inventory Survey. Due Monday August 31 with a parent signature. PARENTS. please cut off the bottom portion on the last page and join your child's grade level google classroom. 
Monday August 31, 2020
-Pass out warm-up worksheet 
 
-Guided notes over chapter 1.1
 
Students will have time to start their homework assignment in class.
-Part 1: HOMEWORK: Page 10 and 11, Problems 2-3, 6-9, 12-15, 34, 36-38.
 
Wednesday September 2, 2020
-Warm-up and Number Talk
 
-Spot check homework for completion and go over answers
 
-Guided notes over Lesson 1.2: Fluently Divide Whole Numbers and Decimals
 
-Homework: Page 16-18, Problems 3-16 and 20
 
-Make sure all students are connected to Envision and Freckle.
Wednesday September 9, 2020
  1. Warm-Up-What can you tell me about fractions when when we multiply and divide them? (What’s another word for flipping a fraction?)
  2. Have your homework out ready for me to spot check it. (HW Due: Page 16-18, Problems 3-16 and 20)
    1. Also, be prepared to tell me which problem to had trouble with and we will go over it.
      1. We will go over homework.
  3. Guided Notes over Lesson 1.3-4: Multiply and Dividing Fractions
    1. Open to page 20 and follow the first worksheet I pass out
  4. HOMEWORK: Worksheet Labeled “Multiplying Fractions problems 1-39 odd” and “Dividing Fraction.” The front and back side will be homework.
 
Friday September 11, 2020
Students will be working on their math homework from Thursday in their homeroom if they didn't finish it.
 
If they finished their homework, they will be working on Freckle the entirety of their math time. 
 
Task to do over the weekend
**Get on Freckle at some point this weekend**
Monday September 14, 2020
1. Students will take the STAR assessment Monday.
 
2. Once they are finished with the STAR, we will review for their quiz over Chapter 1.1-1.4 during the second half of Monday's block period. 
NOTE: The first part of Wednesday Block class will be spent finishing STAR, creating a notecard to use for the quiz, and reviewing for the quiz.
 
Wednesday September 16, 2020
-Start or finish STAR assessment

-Review individually and as a group for Quiz

-Start quiz on Envision.
----Students will finish their quiz on Friday if they didn't do so today.
 
Friday September 18, 2020
-Students will come down to my classroom to do one of the following:
1. Finish their quiz and/or STAR.
2. Review their quiz and make corrections for partial credit.
3. Work on Freckle.
4. Make up any missing work for my class.
Monday September 21, 2020
  1. Warm-up: Notecard and go over materials needed for class
  2. Notes over Chapter 1.6: Divide Mixed Numbers.
    1. Open you book to page 44, go over page 44 together in book. In notebook, go over problems on page 45.
    2. Go over problems 1 and 6 on WS titled, “Multiplying/Dividing Fractions and Mixed Numbers.”
    3. Go over KEY CONCEPT on page 46
HOMEWORK: Worksheet titled, “Multiplying/Dividing Fractions and Mixed Numbers,” page 46 and 47, problems 5-25 odds, and take home QUIZ retake.
Begin quiz retake and review.

**Chapter 1 TEST WEDNESDAY September 30th

Wednesday September 23, 2020

Turn in HOMEWORK: Worksheet titled, “Multiplying/Dividing Fractions and Mixed Numbers,” page 46 and 47, problems 5-25 odds, and take home QUIZ retake.
Notes over Chapter 1.7: Solve Problems with Rational Numbers
  1. Open your textbooks to page 50, 
  2. We will go over the examples on page 50 and 51
  3. We will go over the KEY CONCEPT on page 52
  4. We will do problems 4 and 5 on page 52
HOMEWORK page 53, problems 6-14 and TEST review (Page 56-58, even problems. 34 problems for review.)

**Chapter 1 TEST WEDNESDAY September 30th

 

Friday September 25, 2020

FRECKLE FRIDAY

TEST REVIEW-students may come down to my class to check their review and ask any questions before their test on Wednesday September 30.

Wednesday September 30, 2020
-First 30 minutes will be spent reviewing for the test
-----We will go over the review and any other questions the class may have.
-----They will fill out their notecard.
 
-The rest of the class period will be dedicated to taking the test.
------They will be able to use a notecard for their test.
 
**If they don't finish their test, they will come to my room on Friday during their math time and finish the test.
Monday October 5, 2020
    • Finish and go over test
    • Show me review and other missing HW
    • Review “Converting Fractions, Decimals, and Percents.”
    • Begin Chapter 2.1 Notes starting on page 66
      • Integers: Integers are the set of positive whole numbers, their opposites, and 0.
      • Opposites: Opposites are two numbers that are the same distance from 0 on a number line, but in opposite directions. 
    • Questions to think about
      • If I have 6, what is it’s opposite?
      • Are they the same distance away from 0?
      • Is -5 greater than 0?
  • Homework-Page 68 and 69, problems 2-36 EVEN.
 
 
Wednesday October 7, 2020
  • Have your homework out ready to go over. Homework-Page 68 and 69, problems 2-36 EVEN. 
  • Go over Chapter 2.2 starting on page 72
    • Rational Number: A rational number is a number that can be written in the form a/b or -a/b, where a is a whole number and b is a positive whole number. 
  • Questions to think about
    • Do I need to rewrite the given fraction, mixed number, or integer to help me? 
    • What numbers do we know their position on a number line?
    • What numbers are greater than, less than, or equal to the other ones?
Homework-Page 74 and 75, problems 1, 3, and 5-25.
Monday October 12, 2020
-Update HOMEWORK TRACKER and have your homework out ready to go over Homework-Page 74 and 75, problems 1, 3, and 5-25.
 
-Begin Chapter 2.3 Notes starting on page 
-----Work through examples starting on page 78
-----Absolute Value: It is the numbers distance away from 0. The distance is always positive. 
 
-Questions to think about
---What are you asked to find?
---What is the numbers distance from 0?
---What is it’s opposite?
---Does the greatest number represent the greatest change?
 
**Homework-Page 80 and 81, problems 1-39 odd.
 
**QUIZ over ch 2.1-2.3 Wednesday. 5 questions and out of 10 points
 
Wednesday October 14, 2020
-Update HOMEWORK TRACKER and have your homework out ready to go over Homework-Page 80 and 81, problems 1-39 odd.
 
-Quiz over chapters 2.1-2.3
-----Review for 5-10 minutes
 
-Begin Chapter 2.4: Represent Rational Numbers on a Coordinate Plane
-----Guided notes worksheet
-----Notes starting on page 66   
 
**Homework-Page 88-89, problems 1-8 and 13-30.