Week 1-9: DACS tests and mastery testing for quarter one in math ==

Week 1-7 and 1-8: working on standards with lessons designed using DACs questions WEEK 1-6Math Sept. 26 Monday

Tuesday Sept. 27

Wednesday Sept. 28

Thursday Sept. 29

Vocabulary sheet goes to the forefront Definitions for these vocabulary due tomorrow. Lesson for today:

Collect vocabulary

MATH 6 Monday- discuss “Forensic Investigation Practices” and Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard questions before puzzle work (DO THE DOWN PROBLEMS) J-Lab time will be for spreadsheet assembly… plan for a cbm moment as well, so we can start plotting our correct number of digits. J Puzzle 1: working with problems DOWN, students are assigned problems to solve and teach to the rest of the class Concepts explored: _ Austin DACS testing… Conference about DACS scores and hand out progress reports. J Hand in: page 5/46 HOMEWORK: complete journal page (“Four Points of Interest”) TUESDAY Copy into MATH TAB: 6.NS.3. Fluently add, subtract, multiply, and divide multi-digit decimals using the standard algorithm for each operation. Still working on: 6.G.1. 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 problems. HOMEWORK: complete journal page and DACS practice about circle parts, reasoning, and polygons WEDNESDAY quickly discuss DACS practice and move into lab: “Geoboard Challenge” Lab from text p. 702 about parallelograms and do story problems p. 701 involving finding area of parallelograms Word Wall Wednesday: last 12 minutes work on word wall project HOMEWORK: complete journal page, word wall project, and p. 701 story problems THURSDAY Work on p. 701 first. Then, students who have their work done may get on J-Lab today and work on Mrs. Bodensteiner’s projects. If there is time, targeted students need to meet with me as well: Preston, Charles, and David need to work on multiplication… Jasmine? Work on 14-3 Area of Odd Figures p. 708 _copy HOMEWORK: page 6/47 skills: whole number analysis and estimate quotients MATH 6 Next Monday- discuss “Forensic Investigation Practices” and Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard questions before puzzle work

MONDAY Puzzle 1: working with problems ACROSS, students are assigned problems to solve and teach to the rest of the class Concepts explored: estimating (7th grade actually had a debate during this class period about what is considered “close”), order of operations, and characteristics of a parallelogram Go over page 4/45 HOMEWORK: vocabulary list and complete journal page (“Four Points of Interest”) TUESDAY Old Business: 14-1 area of parallelograms… we are still working on this assignment. Taking time to work with mixed numbers and decimals in the problems. Put problems on board and have students go to the board to see if they can solve problems. Or have them go to camera and share their work. Copy into MATH TAB: 6.NS.2. Fluently divide multi-digit numbers using the standard algorithm. Still working on: 6.G.1. 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 problems. HOMEWORK: complete journal page and DACS practice about circle parts, reasoning, and polygons WEDNESDAY quickly discuss DACS practice and move into lab: “Geoboard Challenge” _copy Lab from text p. 702 about parallelograms and do story problems p. 701 involving finding area of parallelograms Word Wall Wednesday: sign up for vocabulary project and work on definitions for this unit HOMEWORK: complete journal page and p. 701 story problems THURSDAY Work on p. 701 first. Then, students who have their work done may get on J-Lab today and work on Mrs. Bodensteiner’s projects. If there is time, targeted students need to meet with me as well: Preston, Charles, and David need to work on multiplication… Jasmine? Work on 14-3 Area of Odd Figures p. 708 ___copy HOMEWORK: page 5/46 skills: whole number analysis and estimate products

MATH

Tuesday: go over homework p. 2/43, 3/44

Record: 6.G.1. 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 problems.

Homework: study guide 14-1 area of parallelogram

Wednesday: go over 14-1 study guide

Create parallelogram models and convert to show relationship to rectangle.
Define quadrilaterals.

Homework: Draw as many different quadrilaterals as you can!

Thursday: hand in bell work and continue with DACS testing

Friday: Do. practice for 14-1 and word problems

Homework: p. 4 and 45

August 29-September 1, 2011 Week 1-2 Aims WEB and DACS testing August 22-25, 2011 Week 1-1 Expectations and Welcome Back

Week 1-9: DACS tests and mastery testing for quarter one in math==WEEK 1-6MathSept. 26 MondayMATH 6Monday- discuss “Forensic Investigation Practices” and Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard questions before puzzle work (DO THE DOWN PROBLEMS)J-Lab time will be for spreadsheet assembly… plan for a cbm moment as well, so we can start plotting our correct number of digits.JPuzzle 1: working with problems DOWN, students are assigned problems to solve and teach to the rest of the class Concepts explored: _ Austin DACS testing… Conference about DACS scores and hand out progress reports. J

Hand in: page 5/46

HOMEWORK: complete journal page (“Four Points of Interest”)

TUESDAYCopy into MATH TAB: 6.NS.3. Fluently add, subtract, multiply, and divide multi-digit decimals using the standard algorithm for each operation.Still working on: 6.G.1. 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 problems.

HOMEWORK: complete journal page and DACS practice about circle parts, reasoning, and polygons

WEDNESDAYquickly discuss DACS practice and move into lab: “Geoboard Challenge”Lab from text p. 702 about parallelograms and do story problems p. 701 involving finding area of parallelograms

Word Wall Wednesday: last 12 minutes work on word wall project

HOMEWORK: complete journal page, word wall project, and p. 701 story problems

THURSDAY Work on p. 701 first. Then,students who have their work done may get on J-Lab today and work on Mrs. Bodensteiner’s projects. If there is time, targeted students need to meet with me as well: Preston, Charles, and David need to work on multiplication… Jasmine? Work on 14-3 Area of Odd Figures p. 708_copyHOMEWORK: page 6/47 skills: whole number analysis and estimate quotientsMATH 6Next Monday- discuss “Forensic Investigation Practices” and Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard questions before puzzle workMONDAYPuzzle 1: working with problems ACROSS, students are assigned problems to solve and teach to the rest of the class Concepts explored: estimating (7th grade actually had a debate during this class period about what is considered “close”), order of operations, and characteristics of a parallelogramGo over page 4/45HOMEWORK: vocabulary list and complete journal page (“Four Points of Interest”)TUESDAYOld Business: 14-1 area of parallelograms… we are still working on this assignment. Taking time to work with mixed numbers and decimals in the problems. Put problems on board and have students go to the board to see if they can solve problems. Or have them go to camera and share their work.Copy into MATH TAB: 6.NS.2. Fluently dividemulti-digit numbersusing the standard algorithm.Still working on: 6.G.1. 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 problems.HOMEWORK: complete journal page and DACS practice about circle parts, reasoning, and polygonsWEDNESDAYquickly discuss DACS practice and move into lab: “Geoboard Challenge”_copyLab from text p. 702 about parallelograms and do story problems p. 701 involving finding area of parallelograms

Word Wall Wednesday: sign up for vocabulary project and work on definitions for this unit

HOMEWORK: complete journal page and p. 701 story problems

THURSDAY Work on p. 701 first. Then,students who have their work done may get on J-Lab today and work on Mrs. Bodensteiner’s projects. If there is time, targeted students need to meet with me as well: Preston, Charles, and David need to work on multiplication… Jasmine? Work on 14-3 Area of Odd Figures p. 708 ___copyHOMEWORK: page 5/46 skills: whole number analysis and estimate products

## MATH

Record:Tuesday: go over homework p. 2/43, 3/446.G.1. Find the area of

right triangles,other triangles,special quadrilaterals, andpolygonsby composing into rectangles ordecomposinginto triangles and other shapes; apply these techniques in the context of solving real-world and mathematical problems.## Homework: study guide 14-1 area of parallelogram

Create parallelogram models and convert to show relationship to rectangle.Wednesday: go over 14-1 study guideDefine quadrilaterals.

## Homework: Draw as many different quadrilaterals as you can!

Thursday: hand in bell work and continue with DACS testingFriday: Do. practice for 14-1 and word problems## Homework: p. 4 and 45

August 29-September 1, 2011 Week 1-2 Aims WEB and DACS testingAugust 22-25, 2011 Week 1-1 Expectations and Welcome Back