```LESSON PLAN
Teacher: Revill
Subject: Math 6
Week of: Sept. 5-9
TEKS/TAKS OBJECTIVES:
6.1A,6.1B, 6.3B, 6.4A, 6.11A, 6.11D, 6.12A, 6.12B
MONDAY
TOPIC(S): Labor Day Holiday
ENDURING UNDERSTANDINGS:
ACTIVITIES/SKILLS:
Warm-up:
Class Activities:
RESOURCES
ASSESSMENT:
INDEPENDENT PRACTICE:
NOTES and PROCEDURES:
Year:2011-2012
TUESDAY
TOPIC(S):
Numerical Understanding: Whole Numbers, Fractions, Decimals & Integers
ENDURING UNDERSTANDINGS:
Concept and Key Understandings
Concept
1) Number – NonNegative Rational
Quantative Reasoning –
Equivalence
Key Understandings
Non-negative rational numbers can be written as whole numbers, fractions, and
decimals and for each non-negative rational number there is an equivalent
whole number, fraction and decimal.
2) Quantative Reasoning Non-negative rational numbers can be represented using a variety of models to
– Equivalence
demonstrate equivalence.
3) Quantitative
Reasoning – Compare
and Order
Non-negative rational numbers are ordered according to their value and placed
on the number line relative to their position between whole numbers.
ACTIVITIES/SKILLS:
Warm-up: Spiral Review
Class Activities: Equivalent Forms of Rational Numbers Test Review
RESOURCES: CSCOPE
ASSESSMENT: Check for understanding and accuracy for Equivalent Forms of
Rational Numbers
INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: Unit 1 Test Review
NOTES and PROCEDURES:
WEDNESDAY
TOPIC(S):
Numerical Understanding: Whole Numbers, Fractions, Decimals & Integers
ENDURING UNDERSTANDINGS:
Concept and Key Understandings
Concept
1) Number – NonNegative Rational
Quantative Reasoning –
Equivalence
Key Understandings
Non-negative rational numbers can be written as whole numbers, fractions, and
decimals and for each non-negative rational number there is an equivalent
whole number, fraction and decimal.
2) Quantative Reasoning Non-negative rational numbers can be represented using a variety of models to
– Equivalence
demonstrate equivalence.
3) Quantitative
Reasoning – Compare
and Order
Non-negative rational numbers are ordered according to their value and placed
on the number line relative to their position between whole numbers.
ACTIVITIES/SKILLS:
Warm-up: Spiral Review
Activites: Unit 1 Test
RESOURCES: CSCOPE
ASSESSMENT: Unit 1 Test
INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: Unit 1 Test
NOTES and PROCEDURES:
THURSDAY
TOPIC(S):
Identifying Factors and Multiples
ENDURING UNDERSTANDINGS:
Standard
TEKS
Category
Primary 06MA01
TEKS: Knowledge and Skill
Updated 08/05
Number, operation, and quantitative reasoning. The student represents and uses
rational numbers in a variety of equivalent forms.
D). write prime factorizations using exponents
E). identify factors of a positive integer, common factors, and the greatest
common factor of a set of positive integers
F). indentify multiples of a positive integer and common multiples and the least
common multiple of a set of positive integers
ACTIVITIES/SKILLS:
Warm-up: Spiral Review
Activities: Sharing Counters, Centimeter Grid and Tiles
RESOURCES: CSCOPE
ASSESSMENT: Check for accuracy of Counters and tiles
INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: Prime and Composite Summary Sheet
NOTES and PROCEDURES:
FRIDAY
TOPIC(S):
Identifying Factors and Multiples
ENDURING UNDERSTANDINGS:
Standard
TEKS
Category
Primary 06MA01
TEKS: Knowledge and Skill
Updated 08/05
Number, operation, and quantitative reasoning. The student represents and uses
rational numbers in a variety of equivalent forms.
D). write prime factorizations using exponents
E). identify factors of a positive integer, common factors, and the greatest
common factor of a set of positive integers
F). indentify multiples of a positive integer and common multiples and the least
common multiple of a set of positive integers
ACTIVITIES/SKILLS:
Warm-up: Spiral Review
Activities: Factor Trees
RESOURCES: CSCOPE
ASSESSMENT: Check for accuracy of Factor Trees
INDEPENDENT PRACTICE: Factor Trees
NOTES and PROCEDURES:
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