# 1st six weeks lesson week 3

```DILLEY INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
Name: America M. Ramirez
Campus: Mary Harper Middle School
Email: america.ramirez@dilleyisd.net
Room #: 15
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Subject: MATH
Dates: 09/08/14-09/12/14
Unit Title: Unit 1: Rational Numbers &amp; Coordinate Plane
Unit Plans are due to your campus principal’s office every Friday by 4:00 PM or every Monday before 8:00 AM. Attach unit test or a
description of the summative assessments you will use for all objectives.
Objectives/Outcomes (what will students know, be able to do, or TEKS Alignment:
produce by end of unit): Strive for a balance on Bloom’s Taxonomy.
6.1A,B,C,D,E,F,G: Process Standards
6.2 Numerical Representations and Relationships
 Integers &amp; their opposites
A. Classify whole numbers, integers, and rational numbers using a
 Absolute value
visual representation such as a Venn diagram to describe
relationships between sets of numbers.
 Rational numbers &amp; their opposites
B. Identify a number, its opposite, and its absolute value
 Comparing &amp; ordering rational numbers
C. Locate, compare, and order integers and rational numbers using
a number line
D. Order a set of rational numbers arising from mathematical and
real-world contexts
E. Extend representations for division to include fraction notation
such as a/b represents the same number as a &divide; b where b ≠ 0
6.4(G) Generate equivalent forms of fractions, decimals, and
percent’s using real-world problems, including problems that
involve money
6.11 Geometry and Measurement
A. Graph points in all four quadrants using ordered pairs of
rational numbers
Materials/Resources :
TECHNOLOGY TEKS Alignment:
( Print, technology, people, equipment,etc)
Parent Letter, rules &amp; procedures, bathroom procedures,
handbook, index cards, folders, binders, student
information form, learning survey, Basic skills test,
graphic organizers
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Special Accommodation:
(LEP, ESL, GT, RESOURCE, 504)
One on one instruction while student is doing class work.
Whole class discussion of how to follow the rules. Visuals,
extended time to complete work, organizers, and respond
orally.
Vocabulary:
integers, opposites, absolute value, rational numbers,
positive numbers, negative numbers, inequality, equal,
greater than, less than, number line, symbol, whole
Examples of Student Activities:
 Vocabulary Foldable
 INB – Real Number System
STAAR:
Subject
Categories
Writing
6
1&amp;3
Math
Science
Social Studies
DAVE Lesson:(or other character education connection)
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Daily Activities Week 1
Monday – September 8
Math - Notes on Comparing and Ordering Integers; Guide Practice
Math Strip – Day 1
Math Mini – Mini #2
Intervention/D.E.A.R. – Channel One
Tuesday – September 9
Math – Notes on Comparing and Ordering Rational Numbers; Guided Practice; Vocabulary Foldable
Math Strip – Day 2
Math Mini – Mini #2
Intervention/D.E.A.R. – Channel One
Wednesday – September 10
Math – Notes on Absolute Value; Guided Practice
Math Strip – Day 3
Math Mini – Mini #3
Intervention/D.E.A.R. – Channel One
Thursday – September 11
Math – In class review on Integers, Rational Numbers, Absolute Value.
Math Strip – Day 4
Math Mini – Mini #3
Intervention/D.E.A.R. – Channel One
Friday – September 12
Math – Vocabulary Quiz; Notes on FDP
Math Strip – Day 5
Math Mini – Mini #3
Intervention/D.E.A.R. – Channel One, Reading Time
Assessments (Describe/Attach):
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