Decimal Operations Guided Notes ( Reg/Advanced Math- Thursday/Friday)

Long Division pg. 1 & 3 (Monday 1) (Wednesday pg. 3)

Long Division Foldable (virtual: print for Monday)

Dividing Fractions pg. 3 and 4 (Wednesday pg. 3)

Teacher | Nancy Morris |
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Subject Area | Math |

Grade Level | 6th |

Week # | Week 7: October 12 - 16 Loving Long Division |

Unit of Instruction | Long Division |

Standard(s) Taught |
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Math Reg and Advanced- MAFS.6.NS.2.2: Fluently divide multi-digit numbers using the standard algorithm. Honors (4th only)- |

Learning Targets and Learning Criteria |

Math 1 and Advanced: Success Criteria: I know I am successful when I can: communicate the meaning of division using precise vocabulary. Honors 4th Period: communicate the meaning of division using precise vocabulary. Success Criteria: fluently add and subtract multi-digit decimals using the standard algorithm. |

Classroom Activities |

Monday 1st -4th Students will then get out their notebooks and prepare to take notes on Long Division. Students will need to print the long division foldable paper that will be used during the class time to go model the steps of long division. On page 23 students will take notes on the different parts of a division problem and identify key vocabulary for the topic. Students will then need the division foldable for the modeling of the standard algorithm. Students will then go to Edgenuity and work on lessons for this week. Edgenuity lessons for Virtual Students this week: Face to Face Students: Students will then get out their notebooks and prepare to take notes on Long Division. Students will need the long division foldable paper that will be used during the class time to go model the steps of long division. On page 23 students will take notes on the different parts of a division problem and identify key vocabulary for the topic. Students will then need the division foldable for the modeling of the standard algorithm. After notes students will complete practice work for dividing decimals and also practice problems for long division. Work not finished will turn into homework. Tuesday: Students will then get out their notebooks and prepare to take notes on Long Division. Students will need to print the long division foldable paper that will be used during the class time to go model the steps of long division. On page 23 students will take notes on the different parts of a division problem and identify key vocabulary for the topic. Students will then need the division foldable for the modeling of the standard algorithm. Students will then go to Edgenuity and work on lessons for this week. Edgenuity lessons for Virtual Students this week: Face to Face Students: Students will then get out their notebooks and prepare to take notes on Long Division. Students will need the long division foldable paper that will be used during the class time to go model the steps of long division. On page 23 students will take notes on the different parts of a division problem and identify key vocabulary for the topic. Students will then need the division foldable for the modeling of the standard algorithm. After notes students will complete practice work for dividing decimals and also practice problems for long division. Work not finished will turn into homework. Wednesday: Virtual Students: 1st, 2nd, 5th, 7th, 8th: 4th Period Students: Students will put notes in notebook on operations with decimals. All processes for decimals will be discussed and examples shown. Students will then complete practice problems on doodle notes and work on long division problems. Students will finish any unfinished work as homework. Thursday 1st – 4th Students will then take notes on operations of decimals. Some portions of these notes will be guided notes that will need to be printed and others will be written as examples directly into the notebook. Face to Face Students: 4th Honors: Friday: Students will then take notes on operations of decimals. Some portions of these notes will be guided notes that will need to be printed and others will be written as examples directly into the notebook. Face to Face Students: |

Assignments Due |

Virtual Students: Both due end of week October 16th for grades. Face to Face: |

Additional Resources |