Accelerated Math 6 Daily Agenda

Friday May 18th 
Students will determine which of the four basic operations are commutative and which are associative and use operations of decimals and fractions to consolidate learning.

Homework:  Lesson 3.3.3  problems 3-120 through 3-129 evens only 

Thursday May 17th 
Students will understand what a rational number is. They will be able to divide rational numbers. 

Homework:  Lesson 3.3.2  problems 3-107 to 3-111 

​Wednesday May 16th 
Students will understand what a rational number is. They will be able to divide rational numbers. 

Homework:  Lesson 3.3.1  problems 3-93 to 3-97 

Tuesday May 15th 
Students will learn to subtract and multiply integers and rational numbers. 

Homework:  Lesson 3.2.5 problems 3-82 to 3-86 odds 

​Monday May 14th 
Students will learn to subtract and multiply integers and rational numbers. 

Homework:  Lesson 3.2.2 problems 3-46 to 3-50 odds 
                  Lesson 3.2.3 problems 3-59 to 3-63 odds 

​Friday May 11th 
Students will learn to subtract integers. 

Homework:  Lesson 3.2.1  problems 3-34 to 3-38 

​Thursday May 10th 
Students will show what they have learned through the first two chapters. 

Homework:  None 

​Wednesday May 9th 
Students will review what they have learned through the first two chapters. 

Homework:  None  Homework packet will be collected tomorrow. 

Tuesday May 8th 
Students will extend their understanding of length as they add and multiply positive and negative integers and rational numbers. 

Homework:  Lesson 2.2.4  problems 2-79 through 2-84

Monday May 7th 
Students will extend their understanding of length as they add and multiply positive and negative integers and rational numbers. 

Homework:  Lesson 2.2.2 and 2.2.3  problems 2-52 through 2-55 and 2-62 through 2-66 

​Friday May 4th
Students will extend their understanding of length as they add and multiply positive and negative integers and rational numbers. 

Homework:  Lesson 2.2.1 and 2.2.2  problems 2-36 through 2-41 and 2-51 

Thursday May 3rd 
Students will investigate the questions "What makes some decimals repeat?".  

Homework:  Lesson 2.1.1  problems 2-8 through 2-17 evens only 
                  Lesson 2.1.2  problems 2-26 through 2-30 all

Wednesday May 2nd 
Students will learn to find the probability of an event.  They will also learn theoretical vs experimental probability. 

Homework:  Lesson 1.2.7  problems 1-121 through 1-126 
                   Lesson 1.2.8 problems  1-137 through 1-140 
Tuesday May 1st 
Students will learn to find the probability of an event.  They will also learn theoretical vs experimental probability. 

Homework:  Lesson 1.2.3  problems 1-80 through 1-84 

Monday April 30th 
Students will learn to find the probability of an event.  They will also learn theoretical vs experimental probability. 

Homework:  Lesson 1.2.2  problems 1-70 through 1-74 

Friday April 27th 
We are done with ISATs so we are having a celebration day!  We will continue in CC2 Chapter 1 on Monday.  

Homework:  None 

Thursday April 26th 
Students will work together as a team as they rotate through eight mathematical stations.  

Homework:  None 

Wednesday April 25th 
Students will work together as a team as they rotate through eight mathematical stations.  

Homework:  None 

Tuesday April 24th 
Students will learn to find the probability of an event.  They will also learn theoretical vs experimental probability. 

Homework:  Lesson 1.2.1  problems 1-57 through 1-61 
 
​Monday April 23rd 
Students will show what they have learned through the first nine chapters as they complete a Team Assessment. 

Homework:  None  The Chapter 9 homework packet will be collected today. 

​Friday April 20th 
Students will attempt to complete the Four 4s Challenge...create all of the numbers from 1 to 50 using exactly four 4s. 

Homework:  None 

Thursday April 19th 
Students will evaluate algebraic expressions, create ordered pairs and plot points on a coordinate plane to create a design using a name of their choice. 

Homework:  None 

Wednesday April 18th 
Students will work as table teams to solve clues to find the location of a "secret treasure chest".   This will involve solving equations and working with fractions. 

Homework:  None 

Tuesday April 17th 
Students will review topics learned through the first nine chapters. 

Homework:  None 

Monday April 16th 
Students will calculate percents, tips and interest earned. 

Homework:  Lesson 9.2.4  problems 9-75 to 9-79

Friday April 13th 
Students will practice reading directions and measuring to the quarter inch to create a drawing. 

Homework:  None 

Thursday April 12th 
Students will practice reading directions and measuring to the quarter inch to create a drawing. 

Homework:  None 

Wednesday April 11th 
Students will calculate percents, tips and interest earned. 

Homework:  Lesson 9.2.3  problems 9-60 to 9-64

Tuesday April 10th 
Students will calculate percents, tips and interest earned. 

Homework:  Lesson 9.2.2  problems 9-44 to 9-48 

Monday April 9th 
Students will practice solving story problems involving fractions. 

Homework:  None 

​Friday April 6th 
Students will calculate percents, tips and interest earned. 

Homework:  Lesson 9.2.1  problems 9-35 to 9-39 

Thursday April 5th 
Students will find the volume and surface area of three dimensional figures.  

Homework:  Lesson 9.1.2  problems 9-24 to 9-28 

​Wednesday April 4th 
Students will find the volume and surface area of three dimensional figures.  

Homework:  Lesson 9.1.1  problems 9-10 to 9-14 

​Tuesday April 3rd 
Students will show what they have learned through the first eight chapters as they take the  Chapter 8 Assessment 

Homework:  None 

​Monday April 2nd 
Students will review topics covered through the first eight chapters. 

Homework:  None  Chapter 8 homework packet will be collected tomorrow. 

​Thursday March 22nd 
Students will review topics covered through the first eight chapters. 

Homework:  None 

Wednesday March 21st 
Students will solve problems involving distance, rate and time.  They will also convert units of measure to compare rates. 

Homework:  Lesson 8.3.3  problems 8-116 to 8-120 

Tuesday March 20th 
Students will solve problems involving distance, rate and time.  They will also convert units of measure to compare rates. 

Homework:  Lesson 8.3.2  problems 8-101 to 8-105 

​Monday March 19th 
Students will practice working with data sets and finding measures of center. 

Homework:  None if worksheet completed in class 

​Friday March 16th 
Students will solve problems involving distance, rate and time.  They will also converts units of measure so they can compare rates. 

Homework:  Lesson 8.3.1  8-90 to 8-94 

Thursday March 15th 
Students will investigate statistical questions, how to write them and how to display the results. 

Homework:  Lesson 8.2.1  problems 8-79 to 8-83 

Wednesday March 14th 
Students will investigate statistical questions, how to write them and how to display the results. 

Homework:  Lesson 8.2.1  problems 8-74 to 8-78 

Tuesday March 13th 
Students will learn how to represent data with the box plot.  They will decide which of the representations you have learned and which measure of central tendency will best help them compare sets of data. They will also look at the shape and spread of data. 

Homework:  Lesson 8.1.5  problems 8-66 to 8-70 

Monday March 12th 
Students worked on their problems solving skills as they worked through two Puzzle Investigator Problems - Tweaking the Data and Magic Squares.  

Homework:  None 

​Friday March 9th 
Students will take the Expressions and Equations practice ISAT today.  Afterward they will work with data to create graphical representations and use them to evaluate any trends.  

Homework:  None 

Thursday March 8th 
Students will learn how to represent data with the box plot.  They will decide which of the representations you have learned and which measure of central tendency will best help them compare sets of data. They will also look at the shape and spread of data. 

Homework:  Lesson 8.1.4  problems 8-56 to 8-60 

Wednesday March 7th 
Students will learn how to represent data with the box plot.  They will decide which of the representations you have learned and which measure of central tendency will best help them compare sets of data. They will also look at the shape and spread of data. 

Homework:  Lesson 8.1.4  problems 8-51 to 8-55 

Tuesday March 6th 
Students will learn how to represent data with the box plot.  They will decide which of the representations you have learned and which measure of central tendency will best help them compare sets of data. They will also look at the shape and spread of data. 

Homework:  Lesson 8.1.3  problems 8-39 to 8-43 

Monday March 5th 
Students will learn how to represent data with the box plot.  They will decide which of the representations you have learned and which measure of central tendency will best help them compare sets of data. They will also look at the shape and spread of data. 

Homework:  Lesson 8.1.2  problems 8-20 to 8-29 

Friday March 2nd 
Students will learn how to represent data with the box plot.  They will decide which of the representations you have learned and which measure of central tendency will best help them compare sets of data. They will also look at the shape and spread of data. 

Homework:  Lesson 8.1.1  problems 8-7 to 8-11 

​Thursday March 1st 
Students will show what they have learned through the first seven chapters as they take the Chapter 7 Assessment. 

Homework:  None.  The Chapter 7 homework packet was collected today.  

​Wednesday Feb 28th 
Students will review the concepts covered in the first seven chapters.  

Homework:  None.  The homework packet for Chapter 7 will be collected tomorrow. 

Tuesday Feb 27th 
Students will learn to write algebraic equations and inequalities and find their solutions.  

Lesson 7.3.4  problems 7-126 to 7-130 

Monday Feb 26th 
Students will learn to write algebraic equations and inequalities and find their solutions.  

Lesson 7.3.4  problems 7-121 to 7-125 

Friday Feb 23rd 
Students will learn symbolic manipulations skills such as simplifying, combining like terms, distributing multiplication across addition and making zeros. 

Lesson 7.3.3  problems 7-107 to 7-111 

Thursday Feb 22nd 
Students will learn symbolic manipulations skills such as simplifying, combining like terms, distributing multiplication across addition and making zeros. 

Lesson 7.3.2  problems 7-96 to 7-100 

Wednesday Feb 21st 
Students will learn symbolic manipulations skills such as simplifying, combining like terms, distributing multiplication across addition and making zeros. 

Lesson 7.3.1  problems 7-86 to 7-90 

Tuesday Feb 20th 
Students will divide more efficiently with fractions, mixed numbers and decimals.  They will relate fraction division to rates. 

Homework:  Lesson 7.2.4  problems 7-74 to 7-78 

Friday Feb 16th 
Students will divide more efficiently with fractions, mixed numbers and decimals. 

Homework:  Lesson 7.2.3  problems 7-64 to 7-68 

Thursday Feb 15th 
Students will divide more efficiently with fractions, mixed numbers and decimals. 

Homework:  Lesson 7.2.2  problems 7-52 to 7-56 

​Wednesday Feb 14th 
Students will divide more efficiently with fractions, mixed numbers and decimals. 

Homework:  Lesson 7.2.1  problems 7-44 to 7-48 

Tuesday Feb 13th 
Students will learn to compare rates and ratios and represent them with tables and graphs. 

Homework:  Lesson 7.1.3  problems 7-30 to 7-34

​Monday Feb 12th 
Students will learn to compare rates and ratios and represent them with tables and graphs. 

Homework:  Lesson 7.1.1  problems 7-9 to 7-13  and Lesson 7.1.2  problems 7-19 to 7-23

Friday Feb 9th 

Students were shown how to access their textbook through the Nampa School District web site.  They then solved a Puzzle Investigator Problem with their new table team. 

Homework:  None 

​Thursday Feb 8th 
Students will show what they have learned through the first six chapter as they take the Chapter 6 Test.  Their chapter 6 homework packet was collected today. 

Homework:  None 

Wednesday Feb 7th 
Students will work with algebra tiles and use their areas and perimeters to build expressions and combine like terms. 

Homework:  Chapter 6 Closure problems  

Tuesday Feb 6th 
Students will work with algebra tiles and use their areas and perimeters to build expressions and combine like terms. 

Homework:  None 

Monday Feb 5th  
Students will work with algebra tiles and use their areas and perimeters to build expressions and combine like terms. 

Homework:  Lesson 6.2.5 problems 6-115 to 6-119

Friday Feb 2nd 
Students will work with algebra tiles and use their areas and perimeters to build expressions and combine like terms. 

Homework:  Lesson 6.2.4 problems 6-106 to 6-110

Thursday Feb 1st 
Students will work with algebra tiles and use their areas and perimeters to build expressions and combine like terms. 

Homework:  Lesson 6.2.3 problems 6-96 to 6-100

Wednesday Jan 31st 
Students will be introduced to algebra tiles and use their areas and perimeters to build expressions and combine like terms. 

Homework:  Lesson 6.2.2 problems 6-86 to 6-90

Tuesday Jan 30th 
Students took the Number Systems block test.   This is a practice ISAT test to help us determine how the students are doing with this section of the test. 

Homework:  None 

​Monday Jan 29th 
Students practiced solving story problems involving fraction division.  This was an in-class activity. 

Homework:  None 

Friday Jan 26th 
Students will evaluate numerical expressions while completing a "crossnumber" puzzle.  

Homework: None 
Thursday Jan 25th 
Students will be exploring rules developed for the area of a trapezoid to solidify the order operations are completed when evaluating expressions.  

Homework:  Lesson 6.2.1 problems 6-74 to 6-78 

Wednesday Jan 24th  
Students will be exploring rules developed for the area of a trapezoid to solidify the order operations are completed when evaluating expressions.  

Homework: None 

​Tuesday Jan 23rd 
Students will be exploring rules developed for the area of a trapezoid to solidify the order operations are completed when evaluating expressions.  

Homework:  Lesson 6.2.1 problems 6-69 to 6-73 

​Friday Jan 19th 
Students took the Decimal and Fraction proficiency test.  The Chapter 5 tests were returned to them.  Students may make corrections to any question they scored a 1 or 2 on.  

Homework:  None 

Thursday Jan 18th 
Lesson 6.1.4 Students will extend their their understanding of division to include division of fraction by fractions and represent division problems in multiple ways.   

Homework:  problems 6-56 to 6-60

Wednesday Jan 17th 
Lesson 6.1.4 Students will extend their their understanding of division to include division of fraction by fractions and represent division problems in multiple ways.   

Homework:  problems 6-51 to 6-55

Tuesday Jan 16th 
Lesson 6.1.3 Students will identify problems that can be solved using division and create models to show the problem. 

Homework:  6-38 to 6-42

Friday Jan 12th 
Lesson 6.1.3 Students will identify problems that can be solved using division and create models to show the problem. 

Homework:  6-33 to 6-37

Thursday Jan 11th 
Lesson 6.1.2  Students will determine that a fraction can be seen as one number formed by division and construct various models to represent the problem. 

Homework:  6-21 to 6-25

Homework:  
Wednesday Jan 10th 
Lesson 6.1.1 Students will divide quantities and represent the result in multiple ways.  Students will use visual fraction models and equations to represent division. 

Homework:  problems 6-10 through 6-14 

​Tuesday Jan 9th 
Lesson 6.1.1  Students will divide quantities and represent the result in multiple ways.  Students will use visual fraction models and equations to represent division. 

Homework:  problems 6-5 through 6-9 

​Monday Jan 8th 
Students took the Chapter 5 test today. 

​Friday Jan 5th 
Students created a concept map today with vocabulary discussed in the first 5 chapters.  This was a powerful activity that showed how concepts are tied together.  

Homework:  None 

Thursday Jan 4th 
Today we will "take a walk down memory lane".  Students will look look at the five major themes explored in the first five chapters and recall how those concepts were developed.  Those themes are:  Area, Portions, Negative Numbers, Enlarging and Reducing Shapes, Variables.  

Homework:  None  

​Wednesday Jan 3rd 
Students will review the topics covered in the first five chapters. 

Homework:  None  The homework packet for chapter 5 will be collected tomorrow. 

Tuesday Dec 19th 
Students will practice their decimal skills as they work on the 12 days of Christmas Challenge. 

Homework:  None 

Monday Dec 18th 
Students will practice their decimal skills as they work on the Decimal Face It worksheet. 

Homework:  None 

Friday Dec 15th 
Students will use their understanding of finding the area of parallelograms, triangles and trapezoids as they work through the "Park Problem". 

Homework:  None 

​Thursday Dec 14th 
Lesson 5.3.4  Students will use their understanding of finding the area of parallelograms and triangles to find the area of trapezoids. 

Homework:  problems 5-101 to 5-105 

​Wednesday Dec 13th 
Lesson 5.3.3  Students will use their understanding of finding the area of parallelograms to find the area of triangles. 

Homework:  problems 5-91 to 5-95

​Tuesday Dec 12th 
Lesson 5.3.2  Students will find the area of parallelograms. 

Homework:  problems 5-80 to 5-84 

Monday Dec 11th 
Lesson 5.3.1  Student will decompose polygons to find the area.  

Homework:  problems 5-71 to 5-75 

Friday Dec 8th 
Lesson 5.2.2  Students will understand that multiplication can increase or decrease a quantity depending on the multiplier. 

Homework:  problems 5-61 to 6-65 

Thursday Dec 7th 
Lesson 5.2.1  Students will multiply fractions, decimals and percents. 

Homework:  problems 5-48 to 5-52 

​Wednesday Dec 6th 
Lesson 5.2.1  Students will multiply fractions, decimals and percents.

Homework:  None

​Tuesday Dec 5th 
Lesson 5.1.4  Students will compare multiplication strategies for mixed numbers and decimals. 

Homework:  problems 5-34 to 5-38 

​Monday Dec 4th 
Lesson 5.1.3  Students will understand and apply the standard algorithm for multiplying fractions.  

Homework:  problems 5-24 to 5-28 

Friday Dec 1st 
Lesson 5.1.2  Students will use models to multiply fractions. 

Homework:  problems 5-13 to 5-17 

​Thursday Nov 30th 
Lesson 5.1.1  Students will extend their understanding of the multiplication operation with fractions and use area models to solve multiplication problems in context. 

Homework:  problems 5-4 to 5-8 

​Wednesday Nov 29th 
Chapter 4 Test 

​Tuesday Nov 28th 
Chapter 4 Closure 

Homework:  None.  Chapter 4 homework packets will be collected tomorrow. 

​Monday Nov 27th 
Lesson 4.2.4  Students will use ratios to solve problems. 

Homework:  problems 4-80 to 4-84 

Friday Nov 17th 
Lesson 4.2.3 - Students will use ratios to compare similar figures.  

Homework:  None 

​Thursday Nov 16th 
Lesson 4.2.3  Students will use ratios to compare similar figures. 

Homework:  problems 4-70 to 4-79 

Wednesday Nov 15th 
Lesson 4.2.2  Students will determine that the make a correct enlargement or reduction all sides must be multiplied by the same number. 

Homework:   problems 4-58 to 4-62 

​Tuesday Nov 14th 
Lesson 4.2.2  Students will determine that the make a correct enlargement or reduction all sides must be multiplied by the same number. 

Homework:   None 

Monday Nov 13th 
Lesson 4.2.1  Students will enlarge an image examine the relationship between the original and the enlargement.  

Homework:  problems 4-47 to 4-51

​Friday Nov 10th 
We took a Fraction Proficiency test today.  Then we started lesson 4.2.1.  

Homework:  None 

​Thursday Nov 9th 
I was at training today. The students worked on a worksheet practicing evaluating algebraic expressions involving decimals numbers and problem solving questions.  It will be collected tomorrow. 

Wednesday Nov 8th 
Lesson 4.1.3  Students will generate algebraic expressions to generalize relationships.  ​

Homework:  problems 4-39 to 4-43

​Tuesday Nov 7th 
Lesson 4.1.3  Students will generate algebraic expressions to generalize relationships.  ​

Homework:  problems 4-34 to 4-38 

Monday Nov 6th 
Lesson 4.1.2  Students will generalize and compare  counting strategies using the number of squares in a patterned figure.  

Homework:  problems 4-16 to 4-20 

Wednesday Nov 1st 
Lesson 4.1.1  Students will represent unknown quantities with a variable.  They will evaluate expressions for unknowns.  

Homework:  problems 4-7 to 4-11 

Tuesday Oct 31st 
Lesson 4.1.1  Students will represent unknown quantities with a variable.  They will evaluate expressions for unknowns.  

Homework:  None 

​Monday Oct 30th 
Student will show what they learned in Chapter 3 as they take the Chapter 3 Test. 

Friday Oct 27th 
No School 

​Thursday Oct 26th 
End of Quarter 1

Students will review concepts covered in chapter 3 to prepare for the chapter test. 

Homework:  Chapter Closure  problems 3-133 to 3-141

​Wednesday Oct 25th 
Lesson 3.2.4  Students will draw polygons on a coordinate plant and use the coordinates to find the length of a side.  

Homework:  problems 3-128 to 3-132 

​Tuesday Oct 24th 
Day two of the practice ISAT - the Performance Task. 

Monday Oct 23rd 
Students took a practice ISAT today - the multiple choice section.  We will use this data to track progress and identify strengths and weaknesses which will help direct our teaching. 

​Friday Oct 20th 
Lesson 3.2.3  Students will understand absolute value and compare rational numbers using inequalities. 

Homework:  problems 3-118 to 3-122

Thursday Oct 19th 
Lesson 3.2.2  Students will position rational numbers on a number line and make statements using inequalities. 

Homework:  problems #3-106 to 3-110

Wednesday Oct 18th 
​Lesson 3.2.1  Students will informally  connect movement along a number line with the addition and subtraction of positive numbers.  They will also recognize opposites. 

Lesson 3.2.2  Students will position rational numbers on a number line and make statements using inequalities. 

Homework:  none 

​Tuesday Oct 17th 
​Lesson 3.2.1  Students will informally  connect movement along a number line with the addition and subtraction of positive numbers.  They will also recognize opposites. 

Homework:  problems 3-94 to 3-98

Monday Oct 16th 
Lesson 3.1.6  Students will use ratio language to describe a relationship between two quantities and use a diagram and table to represent the ratio. 

Homework:  problems 3-84 to 3-88 

Friday Oct 13th 
​Lessons 3.1.4 and 3.1.5:  Students will be able to fluidly move between fractions, percents, decimals and words. 

Homework:  None 

The Chapter 2 Test was returned to the students today.  The students may retake the test in order to raise their grade.  This is to be done during Hawk Time and/or after school.  The grade they receive on the retake will replace the original grade, even if the retake score is lower. 

​Thursday Oct 12th 
​Lessons 3.1.4 and 3.1.5:  Students will be able to fluidly move between fractions, percents, decimals and words. 

Homework:  problems 3-62 to 3-66  and problems 3-73 to 3-73 

Wednesday Oct 11th 
Lesson 3.1.3 Students will be able to recognize the connection between fraction, percents and decimals.

Homework:  problems 3-50 to 3-54 


Tuesday Oct 10th 
Lesson 3.1.3 Students will be able to recognize the connection between fraction, percents and decimals. 

Homework:  problems 3-45 to 3-49 

​Monday Oct 9th 
​Lesson 3.1.2  Student will develop an understanding of percents as a way to express and compare portions of a whole. 

Homework:  problems 3-31 to 3-35 

Wednesday Oct 4th 
Lesson 3.1.1  Students will create equivalent fractions by using the multiplicative identity.

Homework:  problems 3-12 to 3-21 evens only 

Tuesday Oct 3rd 
Lesson 3.1.1  Students will create equivalent fractions by using the multiplicative identity.  

Homework:  None

Monday Oct 2nd 
Students are taking the Chapter 2 Test today.  The homework packet for Chapter 2 will be collected today.  

Friday Sept 29th 
Chapter 2 Closure  Students will review concepts from chapter 2 to prepare for the chapter 2 test.  

Homework:  None 

The Chapter 2 Homework packet will be turned in on Monday.  

Thursday Sept 28th 
Lesson 2.3.4  Students will use generic rectangles and factoring to discover and then apply the distributive property to multi-digit problems.  

Homework:  problems 2-86 to 2-90

Wednesday Sept 27th 
Lesson 2.3.3  Students will define greatest common factor (GCF) and use it to find the dimensions of generic rectangles. 

Homework:  problems 2-75 to 2-79

Tuesday Sept 26th 
Lesson 2.3.2:  Students will use generic rectangles to multiply multi-digit numbers.  

Composition book:  page 27

Homework:  problems  2-65 to 2-69

Monday Sept 25th 
I was gone for training on our new textbook.  Students work on a problem solving practice worksheet.  The worksheet will be collected tomorrow.  


Friday Sept 22nd 
Lesson 2.3.1:  Students will use generic rectangle area models to represent multiplication of multi-digit numbers.  

Composition book:  pages 25 and 26 

Homework:  problems  2-55 to 2-59 

Thursday Sept 21st 
Lesson 2.2.2 and Lesson 2.2.3:  Students will extend their understanding of area and will explore how area and perimeter affect one another using base ten blocks.  

Composition book:  page 22 and 23 

Homework:  problems #2-46 to 2-50

Wednesday Sept 20th
 
Lesson 2.2.2 and 2.2.3:  Students will extend their understanding of area.  We will also begin exploring how area and perimeter affect one another. 

Composition book:  page 21

Homework:  problems #2-34 to 2-38

Tuesday Sept 19th 
Lesson 2.2.1 and 2.2.2:  Students will explore are of 2-dimensional figures and define "unit of measure"  

Composition book:  page 19 and 20 

Homework:  #2-24 to 2-28

Monday Sept 18th 
Lesson 2.1.1 and Lesson 2.1.2  Students will analyze the strength and weaknesses of dot plots, bar graphs and venn diagrams.  Students will learn how to collect data and display the data in a stem-and-leaf plot and a histogram.  

Composition book:  page 17 and 18 

Homework:  2-6, 7, 9, 17, 18, 19

Friday Sept 15th 
Checkpoint Quiz #1 

We set up our composition books for Chapter Two (page 15 and 16)

No Homework


Thursday Sept 14th 
Chapter One Closure 

Composition book:  page 13 and 14 

No Homework 


Wednesday Sept 13th 
Lesson 1.2.4  Students will write numbers as a product of its prime factors using exponents 

Composition book:  page 11 and 12 

Homework:  problems 1-91 to 1-94 

Tuesday Sept 12th 
Lesson 1.2.4  Students will used an extended multiplication table to further develop their understanding of factors, factor pairs and properties of numbers.  

Composition book:  page 11

Homework:  problems 1-85 to 1-90

Monday Sept 11th 
I was absent today (caught a nasty head cold).  Students worked on a problem solving worksheet.  This will be collected tomorrow.  

Friday Sept 8th 
Lesson 1.2.3  Students will represent whole numbers with rectangular arrays and categorize as prime, composite, odd and/or even.  

Composition book:  page 9 and 10 

Homework:  problems 1-68 to 1-72 

Thursday Sept 7th 
Lesson 1.2.2  Students decomposed numbers in multiple ways  and compared valued of numerical expressions and quantities using appropriate symbol notation.  

Composition book:  page 7 and 8

Homework:  problems 1-57 to 1-61 

Wednesday September 6th 
Lesson 1.2.1  Students decomposed quantities into sums of multiple parts and represented them with words, symbols and diagrams.  
Homework:  problems 1-46 to 1-50

Tuesday September 5th
 
Lesson 1.1.5:  Students made and justified conjectures as they made sense of a logic problem.  Homework:  problems 1-36 to 1-40

Friday  September 1st 
Lesson 1.1.4:  We generated questions about data and explored ways to organize data to answer different questions.  Homework:  problems 1-29 to 1-32

Thursday August 31st 

Lesson:  1.1.3  Today we explored patterns and looked at ways to generalize the pattern to make a prediction about the 40th, 50th, 100th terms.    Homework:  problems 1-19 to 1-23

Wednesday August 30th 
Students worked with their teams to explore area and perimeter.  They were then assigned problem 1-10 through 1-14.  This will be corrected tomorrow.  

Tuesday August 29th 
Students self-assessed their Mathography.  Homework is kept in their team folder and turned in at the end of the chapter.  Assignments can be finished and/or corrected and their score changed anytime during the chapter.  
We began lesson 1.1.2  Students worked with their table teams through the first question.  We will finish the lesson tomorrow. 

Monday August 28th 

We started in the textbook today - Lesson 1.1.1 - Identifying strengths and weaknesses of histograms and scatterplots.    Their homework is "Mathography".  

Friday August 25th 
Students were given their math textbook today.  It needs to be covered by Monday.  Then the students took a Decimal and Fraction Proficiency test.  
Lastly they were given "You are "You"nique" - an informational sheet that will be collected on Monday. 

Thursday August 24th 
Students worked in their Table Teams to review mathematical vocabulary.  

Wednesday August 23rd 

*What it Means to be a Hawk 
*Tangram Puzzle Activity 
*Students wrote in their planner the supplies needed for this class