**Wednesday Nov 1st **

Student will practice converting between decimals, fractions and percents as well as decimal and fraction operations.

Homework: None

**Tuesday Oct 31st **

Lesson 3.1.5 Students will continue to develop methods representing portions as percents, decimals and fractions.

Homework: problems 3-73 to 3-77

**Monday Oct 30th **

Lesson 3.1.5 Students will continue to develop methods representing portions as percents, decimals and fractions.

Homework: none

**Friday Oct 27th **

No school

**Thursday Oct 26th **

End of Quarter 1

Lesson 3.1.4 Students will continue to develop methods representing portions as percents, decimals and fractions.

Homework: none

**Wednesday Oct 25th **

Lesson 3.1.4 Students will continue to develop methods representing portions as percents, decimals and fractions.

Homework: problems 3-62 to 3-66

**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 **

Students are taking a quick quiz over percent-decimal-fraction relationships. The remaining time in class will be time for them to make sure they are current with their homework for Chapter 3.

Homework: none

**Thursday Oct 19th **

Lesson 3.1.3 Students will be able to recognize the connection between fractions and percents.

Homework: problems #3-50 to 3-54

**Wednesday Oct 18th**

Lesson 3.1.3 Students will be able to recognize the connection between fractions and percents.

Homework: None

**Tuesday Oct 17th **

Lesson 3.1.3 Students will be able to recognize the connection between fractions and percents.

Homework: problems 3-45 to 3-49

**Monday Oct 16th **

Lesson 3.1.2 Students will develop an understanding of percents as a way to express and compare portions of a whole.

Homework: none

**Friday Oct 13th **

Lesson 3.1.2 Students will develop an understanding of percents as a way to express and compare portions of a whole.

Homework: problems 3-31 to 3-35

**Thursday Oct 12th **

Lesson 3.1.1 Students will create equivalent fractions by using the multiplicative identity.

Homework: problems 3-17 to 3-21

**Wednesday Oct 11th **

Lesson 3.1.1 Students will create equivalent fractions by using the multiplicative identity.

Homework: problems 3-12 to 3-16

**Tuesday Oct 10th**

Students took the Chapter 2 Test today. The homework packet for Chapter 2 was turned in.

**Monday Oct 9th **

Students worked on the Chapter 2 Closure problems: 2-91 to 2-99. They checked their answers. This is the last assignment for the Chapter 2 Practice Packet.

The Chapter 2 test is tomorrow and the homework packet will be turned in.

**Wednesday Oct 4th **

Lesson 2.3.4 Students will use generic rectangles and factoring to discover and apply the Distributive Property.

Homework: problems 2-86 to 2-90

**Tuesday Oct 3rd **

Lesson 2.3.4 Students will use generic rectangles and factoring to discover and apply the Distributive Property.

Homework: None

**Monday Oct 2nd **

Lesson 2.3.3 Students will define greatest common factor (GFC) and use it to find the dimensions of a rectangle.

Homework: problems 2-75 to 2-79

**Friday Sept 29th**

Lesson 2.3.2 Students will use generic rectangles to multiply multi-digit numbers.

Homework: problems 2-65 to 2-69

**Thursday Sept 28th**

Lesson 2.3.1 Students will use generic rectangle area models to represent multiplication of multi-digit numbers.

Homework: problems 2-55 to 2-59

**Wednesday Sept 27th **

Lesson 2.2.3 Students will develop an understanding of composing and decomposing area and how this affects perimeter.

Composition book: page 25

Homework: problems #2-46 to 2-50

**Tuesday Sept 26th **

Lesson: 2.2.3: Students will develop an understanding of composing and decomposing area and how this affects perimeter.

Composition book: page 23 and 24

Homework: None

**Monday Sept 25th **

I was at a training for our new textbook. The students worked on a worksheet practicing place value and decimal operations. The worksheet will be collected tomorrow.

**Friday Sept 22nd **

Lesson 2.2.2 continued: Students will extend their understanding of area with the introduction of a standard unit of measure.

Composition book: page 22

Homework: none

**Thursday Sept 21st**

Lesson 2.2.2 Students will extend their understanding of area with the introduction of a standard unit of measure.

Composition book: page 21

Homework: problems #2-34 to 2-38

**Wednesday Sept 20th **

Lesson 2.2.1 Students will explore the concept of area.

Composition book: page 20

Homework: problems #2-24 to 2-28

**Tuesday Sept 19th **

Lesson 2.1.2 Students will learn how to collect data and how to display the data in a stem-and-leaf plot and a histogram.

Composition book: page 19

Homework: problems 2-15 to 2-19

**Monday Sept 18th **

Lesson 1.2.1 Students will analyze the strengths and weaknesses of various graphical representations of data

Composition book: page 17 and 18

Homework: problems 2-6 to 2-10

**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

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.

Composition book: page 6

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 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