***Plans may change at teacher’s discretion***
Monday
Nov. 5
Tuesday
Nov. 6
Wednesday
Nov. 7
Thursday
Nov. 8
Friday
Nov. 9
On Level
Objective: TLW round decimals.
Activity: Glencoe 3-3 – complete worksheet
Assessment: Bits III 1.1 & 1.2 & Rounding
Decimals 3-3
High Level Questions: What are the rules to
rounding?
Homework: Weekly Homework packet, due
Tuesday, Oct. 30th.
Pre AP
Objective: TLW estimate with decimals add and
subtract with decimals
Activity: Bits & Pieces III 1.1 & 1.2
High Level Questions: Is your estimate an
underestimate or an overestimate of the actual
cost? How would you describe your esti mate
strategy?
Homework: Weekly Homework packet, due
Tuesday, Oct. 30th.
Objective: TLW find prime factorization.
Activity: Accelerated Curriculum Unit 1 Lesson 3
High Level Questions: How could knowing the
divisibility rules help you to determine the prime
factorization of a number?
Homework: Weekly Homework packet, due
Tuesday, Nov. 13th.
Objective: TLW use fractions to add and subtract
decimasl and develop algorithms.
Activity: Bits & Pieces III 1.3 & 1.4
High Level Questions: How are the fraction form
and decimal form similar when adding or
subtracting decimals? How does this similarity
appear in your algorithm?
Homework: Weekly Homework packet, due
Tuesday, Nov. 13th.
Objective: TLW find prime factorization.
Activity: Accelerated Curriculum Unit 1 Lesson 3
High Level Questions: How could knowing the
divisibility rules help you to determine the prime
factorization of a number?
Homework: Weekly Homework packet, due
Tuesday, Nov. 13th.
Objective: TLW relate fractions and decimal
mult8iplication; missing factors
Activity: Bits & Pieces III 2.1 & 2.2
Assessment: Computation Quiz 4
High Level Questions: How does knowing the
product as a fraction help you write the product
in decimal form?
Homework: Weekly Homework packet, due
Tuesday, Nov. 13th.
Objective: Integers
Activity: Accelerated Curriculum Unit 1 Lesson 2
Assessment: Computation Quiz 5
High Level Questions: On a number line, where
are the positive and negative numbers in relation
to zero?
Homework: Weekly Homework packet, due
Tuesday, Nov. 13th.
Objective: TLW multiply with decimals.
Activity: Bits & Pieces III 2.4
High Level Questions: What happens to the
value of the digit as you move the decimal point
one place to the right? To the left?
Homework: Weekly Homework packet, due
Tuesday, Nov. 13th.
Objective: Order of Operations
Assessment: Friday Formative
High Level Questions : Why did mathematicians
decide to put an order to the way that operations
are evaluated?
Homework: Weekly Homework packet, due
Tuesday, Nov. 13th.
Objective: TLW review fractions and decimals.
Activity: Glencoe Gr. 7 3-1 & 3-2
High Level Questions: What happens to the
value of the digit as you move the decimal point
one place to the right? To the let?
Assessment: Friday Formative
Homework: Weekly Homework packet, due
Tuesday, Nov. 13th.
ON LEVEL:
We will / Objective: We will compare and order non-negative rational numbers, such as integers, and use order
of operations to simplify whole number expressions (without exponents) in problem solving situations
I will / Product/Task: I will be able to use prime factorization, integers & order of operations for real world
situations.
PreAP:
We will / Objective: We will represent multiplication and division situations involving fractions and decimals with
models, including concrete objects, pictures, words, and numbers.
I will / Product/Task: I will be able to multiply and divide fractions with whole numbers and mixed numbers.