MONDAY: WARM UP... Distributive Property & LCM's. Review... THINKING OF 2 NUMBERS Multiply using distributive property. Practice Puzzle 36 Prepare Questions for around the world Number Theory Multiplication Facts .. Mad Minute Homework: Y.9 Multiplying Using Distributive Property. TUESDAY: Warm UP... Distributive Property Backwards... Factoring out GCF's from Algebraic Expressions Correct/Collect 36 Introduce Properties of Multiplication & Combining Like Terms Inclass Lesson 37 HW: IXL  Y.10 Factoring Using Distributive Property/ Study for Number Theory Test Create Menu with 5 items WEDNESDAY: Warm Up.. Continue with Combining Like Terms Notes: Steps to combining like terms Menu Expectations.. 5 items on the Menu  Collect 4 orders: 1 teacher or parent & 3 students. Divide the paper into two parts.... Order Form on the left/Math work on the right
THURSDAY: Warm Up... Correct Homework 37Practice Work on Menus... Finish Orders Work on project in class. Review for Number Theory Test  Make 5 cards that would be good test questions... FRIDAY:
Number Theory Test MONDAY WARM UP... Find GCF & LCM of two numbers ( Use listing, Factor Trees, Venn Diagrams, or BDay Cake Method) Continue with "Factors & Multiples Challenge Activity": Collaborative Small Groups  Students will complete the LCM & GCF grid using the card set provided. Follow Collaborative Small Group Work Guidelines. Homework: IXL E.8 Finding Least Common Multiples TUESDAY: WARM UP.. GCF and LCMs Pass BacK: "Thinking of 2 Numbers"... Discuss Common issues students had solving this problem: getting started, confusion btwn GCF & LCM, did you agree or disagree with Leillah? What is common between 2 X 60 and 10 & 12? discuss other possible solutions, and other errors, eate distributive problems. Practice 36 Homework: IXL E.9 Word Problems Greatest Common Multiple and Least Common Multiple WEDNESDAY: Warm Up.. Thinking of 2 Numbers... Assessment Find LCM of two and three numbers. Students practice finding LCM with listing method Practice 35 118 odd. Students Practice finding LCM using prime factorization (factor trees) then calculate LCM using venn diagrams. Practice 35 19  33 odd (Attach a clean sheet of paper and show factor trees & venn diagrams. Homework: Practice 35 Odds 133 THURSDAY: Warm Up... Find LCM's Correct Practice 35 Listing and Prime factorization. Collect Introduce distributive property Lesson 36 Objective: Use the distributive property to simplify expressions in problem solving situations. Inclass: Students will practice writing an equivalent expressions with distributive property and factoring expressions Practice 36 HW: Complete Practice 36 using distributive property Create Flip Chart  Distributive property & Combining Like terms FRIDAY: Continue working on finding GCF & LCM
Warm Up... Using Venn Diagrams 6B... QUIZ 6A & 6C Continue working on Distributive Property Homework: None (Please double check Weebly to make sure you have all work turned into Mrs Provance for the first 2 weeks..Please plan to make up retakes on MONDAY after school). TUESDAY: Welcome Back! New Seating Charts, New Multiplication Partners Warm UP...What are 3 ways to factor a number? EXTRA CREDIT POWs  Due Friday Prime Factor Challenge Use Worksheet provided inclass to complete the activity 1. Color the multiples of 2 green, the multiples of 5 red and the multiples of 10 blue. 2. Find the prime factors of each composite number from 1100. Use exponents when possible. Example 80: 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 5 = 2 ^4 x 5. Circle the prime numbers. Look for patterns in multiples to help you fill in the table quickly. 3. Look at the multiples of 10 on the table. What prime factors do they all have in common? Explain, in detail, one strategy you used to complete this task more quickly. Introduce Activity: Prison Cell Problem on back of Prime Factor Challenge HOMEWORK: Complete Prime Factor Challenge WEDNESDAY: Warm Up... Review for quiz (Factors, Exponents, & Prime Factorization) Introduce Greatest Common Factor  Guided Practice Practice Worksheet GCF Homework: IXL E.7 Greatest Common Factors
THURSDAY: Quiz: Factors, Exponents, & Prime Factorization Introduce Least Common Multiple L35 & P35 HW: IXL E.8 Least Common Multiples & Finish Practice 35
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IXL E.9 GCF and LCM word Problems MONDAY: 6A, 6B, 6C Warm Up: Prime Factors Continue to Share divisibility projects Continue to work on Prime Factors  WS 3.3 Practice HOMEWORK: IXL E.5 & E.6 Study for Quiz: Order of Operation, Exponents & Prime Factorization on Wednesday TUESDAY: 6B & 6C Continue to Share Divisibility projects Work on Prime Factor Challenge.... WEDNESDAY 6A: Finish Divisibility Raps Continue to work on factoring. Use the three methods to find all the factors of a number. 1. Listing aka Rainbow 2. Factor Trees aka monkeys hanging from a tree 3. Ladder aka birthday cake method Complete worksheet 33P  We will review upon return. Have a terrific fall break! THURSDAY: 6B, 6C Finish Divisibility Raps Warm UP : Using your divisibility Rules Factor Numbers  Use all three methods to find all the factors of a number. 1. Listing aka Rainbow 2. Factor Trees aka monkeys hanging from a tree 3. Ladder aka birthday cake method Introduce Prime factorization Puzzle FRIDAY: 6B, 6C
Prime Factor Challenge Use Worksheet provided inclass to complete the activity 1. Color the multiples of 2 green, the multiples of 5 red and the multiples of 10 blue. 2. Find the prime factors of each composite number from 1100. Use exponents when possible. Example 80: 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 5 = 2 ^4 x 5. Circle the prime numbers. Look for patterns in multiples to help you fill in the table quickly. 3. Look at the multiples of 10 on the table. What prime factors do they all have in common? Explain, in detail, one strategy you used to complete this task more quickly. Around the World to review for quiz. Introduce Activity: Prison Cell Problem continue to work on prime factors of numbers 
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