Teacher : Venessa King Course: Math Week Of: December 3-December 7, 2012 Standards/ Benchmark Addressed: MA.4.A.6.2 Use models to represent division as: • the inverse of multiplication • as partitioning • as successive subtraction Tuesday Wednesday Learning Goal Thursday Friday The students will use a variety of division strategies, but not including the standard algorithm, to solve division problems. Higher Order Thinking ? How can you identify and model sharing and measurement division division? Higher Order Thinking ? How can you use a model to divide whole numbers that do not divide evenly? Academic Vocabulary: remainder inverse partitive division successive subtraction repeated subtraction quotient divide divisor multiple array dividend multiplication factor product distributive property partial product repeated addition Objective: Monday’s Agenda Bell Ringer / Essential Question / Leaning Goal Lesson 6.1 Types of Division Problems I DO Engage- Real World Video Chapter 6 WE DO Teach and TalkUnlock the problem Practice- Share and Show YOU DO – Pg On your Own H.O.T Group TaskMath Interactive Notebook – - Summarize Objective: Higher Order Thinking ? What problem solving strategies can you use to solve division problems? Higher Order Thinking ? What strategies can you use to divide? ESE/ELL Accomodations: Small group work using reteach lessons Have them ask me questions for clarification. Use online interventions. Students will use vocabulary cards to identify different ways to estimate Objective: Objective: Higher Order Thinking? How can you use subtraction to divide? Materials/ Resources Needed: Math Textbook, Whiteboards Objective: Tuesday’s Agenda Wednesday’s Agenda Thursday’s Agenda Friday’s Agenda Bell Ringer / Essential Question Leaning Goal Bell Ringer / Essential Question /Leaning Goal Bell Ringer / Essential Question /Leaning Goal Bell Ringer / Essential Question Leaning Goal Lesson 6.3 Division Act it Out Lesson 6.4 Model Division by Sharing Lesson 6.5 Model Division by using repeated subtraction Lesson 6.2 Dive with Remainders I DO Engage- Math Boards WE DO Teach and Talk- Unlock the problem Practice- Share and Show YOU DO –pg. On your Own H.O.T I DO Engage- Math Boards WE DO Teach and Talk- Unlock the problem Practice- Share and Show YOU DO – pg. On your Own H.O.T Group TaskMath Interactive Notebook -Summarize Group TaskMath Interactive Notebook Summarize I DO Engage- Math Boards WE DO Teach and Talk- Unlock the problem Practice- Share and Show YOU DO – pg. On your Own H.O.T Group Task- Math Interactive Notebook Summarize I DO Engage- Math Boards WE DO Teach and TalkUnlock the problem Practice- Share and Show YOU DO –pg. On your Own H.O.T Group TaskMath Interactive Notebook -Summarize How Will I Know They Learned It? Monday What do I Want Them To know? 1. How can models be used to represent division in different ways? 2. What strategies do you use to solve division problems? Clermont Elementary School 4th grade Math Essential Questions: Writing Activity Students will communicate mathematical ideas by discussing, drawing or writing the answer to the Question of the Day (E.Q) Writing Activity Students will communicate mathematical ideas by discussing, drawing or writing the answer to the Question of the Day (E.Q) Writing Activity Students will communicate mathematical ideas by discussing, drawing or writing the answer to the Question of the Day (E.Q) Bell Ringer Bell Ringer Bell Ringer MA.4.A.4.1: Generate algebraic rules and use all four operations to describe patterns, including nonnumeric growing or repeating patterns. MA.4.A.4.1: Generate algebraic rules and use all four operations to describe patterns, including nonnumeric growing or repeating patterns. MA.4.A.4.1: Generate algebraic rules and use all four operations to describe patterns, including nonnumeric growing or repeating patterns. Teacher Created Board Work Benchmark mini Assessment Teacher created board work Writing Activity Writing Activity Students will communicate mathematical ideas by discussing, drawing or writing the answer to the Question of the Day (E.Q) Students will communicate mathematical ideas by discussing, drawing or writing the answer to the Question of the Day (E.Q) Bell Ringer MA.4.A.4.1: Generate algebraic rules and use all four operations to describe patterns, including nonnumeric growing or repeating patterns. Bell Ringer MA.4.A.4.1: Generate algebraic rules and use all four operations to describe patterns, including nonnumeric growing or repeating patterns. . 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