File - Teaching Math| By Sharon Parker

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AGENDAS FOR THE WEEK:
MONDAY
Objective(s): SWBAT
* Use models to illustrate
A
WEDNESDAY
Objective(s): SWBAT
*Express percents as decimals
and decimals as percents
*
*
NGSSS: MA.6.A.5.1 Use
equivalent forms of fractions,
decimals, and percents to solve
problems.
Go over Homework
Pass Back Papers
Go over Homework
Notebook Test
Reading
Go Over Homework
Engage
Has anyone heard the word
percents? What do you think
of?
50% of the class is girls. What
does that mean?
How can we write it as a
fraction and decimal?
This is what we’re doing in the
week. So let’s find a definition
for percent.
[The word percent means out
of one hundred]
Engage
Throw the beanie babies again.
This time record how many wins
out of the total.
Engage
We have learned fractions to
percents and fractions to
decimals. What is the relation?
Let’s check.
A cat spends about 7 out of 10
hours sleeping. About what
percent of a cat’s day is spent
sleeping?
7/10=.7 7/10=70/100=70%
81/100?
Explore
Show picture of my family.
What percent of my siblings
are girls? What about males?
Show a model to show how
many males and females.
Now what fraction of my
family is females, if you know
60% are females?
Explain Guided Instruction
(Pg 258-259)
Explore
Convert to percents in order to
figure out who received the best
percentage.
How can we find percent.
What did we define percent as?
* Write percents as fractions
*
NGSSS: MA.6.A.5.1 Use
equivalent forms of fractions,
decimals and percents to solve
problems.
L
TUESDAY
Objective(s): SWBAT
* Write fractions as percents
*
*
NGSSS: MA.6.A.5.1 Use
equivalent forms of fractions,
decimals, and percents to solve
problems.
the meaning of percents
P
October24 – October 27
Elaborate
(Pg 259 1, 6) (pg 262 1-8)
Have 3 volunteers, and each one
has a different number of tries to
make it out of.
One has five, one has ten tries,
and one has fifteen tries.
Explain
(Pg 264-265)
Elaborate
[Pg 265 1-8]
Explore
Get some volunteers. Have
some one hold up a decimal
sign. Have another hold up a
percent. Rearrage a percent to
a decimal, and a decimal to a
percent.
Ex.
0.25 =25.%
4.% to 0.04
Explain
(pgs 268-269)
Elaborate
THURSDAY
Objective(s): SWBAT
* Students will convert
between fractions, decimals
and percents.
*
*
NGSSS: MA.6.A.5.1 Use
equivalent forms of fractions,
decimals, and percents to
solve problems.
Review Day
Engage
Draw a picture of your family.
Make sure to include boys and
girls.
Show a picture of my family.
What percent, fraction, and
decimal of my family are
female? What about for your
family?
Explore
Math Jeopardy for
conversions and definitions
Explain
Go over any other questions
they may have.
Elaborate
FRIDAY
NO SCHOOL
[Pg 270 1-13]
N
Resources:
Evaluate and Summary
HW [ev10-26, 27-32]
Evaluate and Summary
HW [ev, 10-26,27-32]
Evaluate and Summary
HW [ev, 14-34, 35-40]
Evaluate and Summary
Exit Slip
Workbook pages
http://www.teachingideas.co.u
k/maths/contents_fractions.ht
m
http://www.teachingideas.co.u
k/maths/files/percentagedomi
noes.pdf
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