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opportunity to facilitate, it also allows students to share

information, strategies and technique. I have learned

from experience that group work allows students with

learning disabilities to compete with other students in a

constructive environment. TEKS 6.1 for 6 grade math

requires students to comprehend and implement real

world applications.

Before I go away,

There is something I have to say,

Mike, good luck in your game today,

Hopefully youll beat Mater Dei.

Oh, by the way

Will you go to Sadies Hawkins with me next Saturday?

(Jordan, 2008)

Mathematical process standards. The student uses mathematical processes to acquire and

demonstrate mathematical understanding. The student is expected to:

Note(s):

The mathematical process standards may be applied to all content standards as appropriate.

TxRCFP:

o Using operations with integers and positive rational numbers to solve problems

o Understanding and applying ratios and rates and using equivalent ratios to represent

proportional relationships

o Using expressions and equations to represent relationships in a variety of contexts

o Understanding data representation

TxCCRS:

IX. Communication and Representation

6.1A Apply mathematics to problems arising in everyday life, society, and the workplace.

6. 1B Use a problem-solving model that incorporates analyzing given information, formulating a

plan or strategy, determining a solution, justifying the solution, and evaluating the problem-solving

process and the reasonableness of the solution.

6. 1C Select tools, including real objects, manipulatives, paper and pencil, and technology as

appropriate, and techniques, including mental math, estimation, and number sense as appropriate,

to solve problems.

6.1D Communicate mathematical ideas, reasoning, and their implications using multiple

representations, including symbols, diagrams, graphs, and language as appropriate.

6.1E Create and use representations to organize, record, and communicate mathematical ideas.

6.1F Analyze mathematical relationships to connect and communicate mathematical ideas.

6.1G Display, explain, and justify mathematical ideas and arguments using precise mathematical

language in written or oral communication.

Bibliography

The provisions of this 111.25 adopted to be effective September 10, 2012, 37 TexReg 7109. (2014,

December 6). Enhanced TEKS Clarification. Retrieved from TEKS Resources Systems:

http://teksresourcesystem.net/module/content/search/item/678463/viewdetail.ashx

Mathematical

Concepts

Explanation shows

complete

understanding of

the mathematical

concepts used to

solve the

problem(s).

Explanation shows

substantial

understanding of

the mathematical

concepts used to

solve the

problem(s).

Explanation shows

some

understanding of

the mathematical

concepts needed to

solve the

problem(s).

Explanation shows

very limited

understanding of

the underlying

concepts needed to

solve the

problem(s) OR is

not written.

Mathematical

Reasoning

refined

mathematical

reasoning.

Uses effective

mathematical

reasoning

Some evidence of

mathematical

reasoning.

Little evidence of

mathematical

reasoning.

of the steps and

solutions have no

mathematical

errors.

Most (75-84%) of

the steps and

solutions have no

mathematical

errors.

the steps and

solutions have

mathematical

errors.

Student was an

engaged partner

but had trouble

listening to others

and/or working

cooperatively.

with others, but

work effectively

needed prompting with others.

to stay on-task.

CATEGORY

steps and solutions

have no

mathematical

errors.

engaged partner,

listening to

suggestions of

others and working

cooperatively

throughout lesson.

Explanation

Explanation is

detailed and clear.

Explanation is

clear.

Explanation is a

little difficult to

understand, but

includes critical

components.

Explanation is

difficult to

understand and is

missing several

components OR

was not included.

Checking

checked by two

classmates and all

appropriate

corrections made.

checked by one

classmate and all

appropriate

corrections made.

checked by one

classmate but

some corrections

were not made.

checked by

classmate OR no

corrections were

made based on

feedback.

Neatness and

Organization

The work is

presented in a neat,

clear, organized

fashion that is easy

to read.

The work is

presented in a neat

and organized

fashion that is

usually easy to

read.

The work is

presented in an

organized fashion

but may be hard to

read at times.

sloppy and

unorganized. It is

hard to know what

information goes

together.

Diagrams and

Sketches

Diagrams and/or

sketches are clear

and greatly add to

the reader's

understanding of

the procedure(s).

Diagrams and/or

sketches are clear

and easy to

understand.

Diagrams and/or

sketches are

somewhat difficult

to understand.

Diagrams and/or

sketches are

difficult to

understand or are

not used.

Completion

completed.

problems are

completed.

problems are

completed.

Several of the

problems are not

completed.

Mathematical

Terminology and

Notation

Correct terminology

and notation are

always used,

making it easy to

understand what

was done.

Correct terminology

and notation are

usually used,

making it fairly easy

to understand what

was done.

Correct terminology

and notation are

used, but it is

sometimes not

easy to understand

what was done.

or a lot of

inappropriate use,

of terminology and

notation.

Typically, uses an

efficient and

effective strategy to

effective strategy to solve the

problem(s).

solve the

problem(s).

Understanding

Preview

effective strategy to effective strategy to

solve problems, but solve problems.

does not do it

consistently.

Instructions:

popularized by establishing dance events

to which the woman invited a man of her

choosing, instead of demurely waiting for

a man to ask her. The first known such

event was held on November 9, 1938.

Within a year, hundreds of similar

events followed suit. By 1952, the event

was reportedly celebrated at 40,000

known venues. It became a womanempowering rite at high schools and

college campuses, and the tradition

continues in some regional American

cultures.

1. Would you attend our Sadie Hawkins Dance fundraiser event?

Yes

No

Extremely well

Quite well

Not bad

Not so well

Very bad

$20 - $15

$15- $10

4. What time should The Sadie Hawkins Dance start and finish?

4:00pm 7:00pm

5:00pm 8:00pm

6:00pm 9:00pm

7:00pm 10:00pm

6. Would you attend more of our fundraiser events this school year?

Yes

No

Maybe

Step Show

Talent Show

Sock Hop

Sample Population

Survey Analysis

are intended to summarize, arrange, and transform data into

information. Assuming you need to analyze the data collected from your

survey, the process begins with a quick review of the results, followed by

editing, analysis, and reporting.

questions base on the result from the

survey. Please write your answer in a

proportion.

Fraction

Decimal

0/00

0.00

Percentage

00%

Ratio of Female to Male attending?

Ratio of students paying $15-$20?

Ratio of students paying $10-$14?

What is the best time to start?

What is the best way to donate?

Will student attend more events?

What is the next event?

Interpreting Data Budget - Planning

Your fundraising committee needs money to cover the cost for a Sadie Hawkins Dance at the

school. In exchange for the high risk that administrator assume by investing in the student body, the

principal will require a return on investment of 25%. Results from survey shows that 20% of student

will not attend. Student will seek an $800 dollar investment with a ROI of 1.%

1.

What is the number of the 20% students who will not be attending the Sadie Hawkins

Dance, if there are 500 students at your school? Please write your answer a proportion.

2. What is 1% of $800?

Budget

$800

Cost

DJ - Disc Jockey

F - Food

DA Dcor Ads

TC - Total Cost

Price

$150

$500

$150

(DJ + F + DA)

Equation

Budget Total Cost

4. Which variable represents a negative integer?

a) Budget

b) Cost

5. Will the Sadie Hawkins Dance cost be , =, the student body budget.

Please show you work. Budget Total Cost

6. What is the amount of money made from all tickets?

Solve: (SP x SS) + (CP x CS) + (PP x PS) =

7. What basic numerical properties?

a) Commutative

b) Associative

c) Distributive

d) Identity

e) Inverse

Est. Ticket

Ticket

Number of

Revenue

Sales

Price

Tickets Sold

Price X Sales

Singles

$15

100

(P x S)

Couples

$20

60

(P x S)

Prepaid

$10

240

(P x S)

Total

9. What is the amount of money made from single tickets?

10. How many single tickets would need to be sold to break even?

(Breakeven is when Total Cost equal Sales)

11. What is the amount of money made from couple tickets?

12. What is the amount of money made from prepaid tickets?

13. What is the amount of money made from all tickets?

Solve: (SP x SS) + (CP x CS) + (PP x PS) =

14. What basic numerical properties?

f) Commutative

g) Associative

h) Distributive

i) Identity

15. Would be the projected profit be from the Sadie Hawkins Dance?

(Cost + Return on Interest) - Revenue

Plan the Proceedings (Music -Disc Jockey)

1. Construct a schedule for the evening using a timeline.

Students should be informed of:

a) The theme will Sadie Hawkins Dance

b)

c)

d)

e)

f)

g)

h)

i)

2.

What date and time to arrive

What time dinner is served

When will the DJ arrive

When the dance starts

When the entire function ends.

Give students a deadline to buy their tickets

Purchase tickets at the front foyer or cafeteria

Make a table using (x)(y) variables to show the ratio of DJs cost to amount of

hours worked.

3. What is the DJs hourly rate? Please explain how you got your answer in

sentence form?

*Announce the date of the 6th grade formal dance at least one week before tickets go on sale.

*The schedule should be made with the advice of whomever is managing the venue and

presented to students upon receipt of their admittance ticket.

Advertisement - Sell Tickets

Design a poster and admission ticket for the dance using the information above.

How many poster and admission tickets will need to be made? How much will the fliers cost?

Make a table, pie chart and bar chart showing the cost of the DJ, Poster and Admission Tickets.

Decorate

Stay within budget by creating DIY decorations for the 6th grade informal.

*Art supplies, such as streamers, confetti or flowers.

*Decorations may include

a) background for photo ops

b) lighting

c) center pieces

d) tables for games

e) awards

1. Who many of each decoration will the dance need?

2. What is the total cost of decoration?

3. Make a table, pie chart and bar chart showing the total cost of each decoration and art

supplies?

(Total Cost = # Decoration Items x Cost) example (Total Cost Table = # of Table x Cost of

Table)

4. What is the Total Cost of Decoration?

Tables + TC of Awards)

5. Make a picture of how you would decorate the gym.

Door Prizes

Students in 6th grade may enjoy prizes such as:

a)

b)

c)

d)

movie tickets

restaurant gift certificates

MP3 player

gift basket full of candies and chocolate

What is the total cost of door Prize?

Make a table, pie chart and bar chart showing the total cost of each door prize?

(Total Cost = # Door Prize Items x Cost) example (Total Cost = # of Movie Tickets x Cost

of Table)

What is the Total Cost of Decoration?

(Total Cost of Door Prize = the sum of each door prize item cost)

Make a picture of how you would decorate the gym.

data.

Sadie Hawkins

Dance

[Date]

0%

0%

Site

Room and hall fees

Site staff

Equipment

Tables and chairs

Total

Decorations

Center Pieces

Background photo opt

Lighting

Balloons

Paper supplies

Total

Publicity

Graphics work

Photocopying/Printing

Postage

Total

Miscellaneous

Estimated

Actual

$500.00

$250.00

$100.00

$150.00

$1,000.00

$1,000.00

$1,000.00

Estimated

Actual

$30.00

$50.00

$30.00

$20.00

$20.00

$150.00

$0.00

Estimated

Actual

0%

0%

0%

0%

100%

$10.00

$30.00

$40.00

$0.00

Estimated

Actual

Site

Publicity

Refreshments

Prizes

Decorations

Miscellaneous

Program

$1,000.00

Stationery supplies

Total

Refreshments

Food

Drinks

$900.00

$10.00

$10.00

$0.00

Estimated

Actual

$350.00

$50.00

$800.00

$700.00

$600.00

$500.00

$400.00

$300.00

Total

Program

$400.00

$0.00

Estimated

Actual

$200.00

$100.00

$0.00

Estimated

Actual

Disc Jockey

$100.00

Other

Total

Prizes

Ribbons/Plaques/Trophies

Gifts

Total

Total Expenses

Solve

$100.00

$0.00

Estimated

Actual

$100.00

$100.00

$0.00

Estimated

Actual

$1,800.00

$1,000.00

Marketing Mix 4 Ps

Elevator Pitch

Directions: You are in the hallway with a potential decision maker Mrs. Hurd or Mrs. Nealy. You

only have 2 minutes to present your proposal to the administrator who is known for being attracted to

student fundraisers that are interactive, inexpensive and profitable.

Budget $800

The Fundraiser: Sadie Hawkins Dance

*What is the cost of your Disc Jockey?

*What is the maximize amount of tickets that can be sold?

*Where you over budget or under budget? What was the amount?

The Placement: Carver Learning Ctr. Valentine Day

*What location of the school would you sell your tickets? Why

*What time would you sell your tickets? Why

The Price: Pricing needs to be reasonable

*What is your price?

*How much do you have to sale to break-even? What are the minimum amount of

tickets you can sell to make your money back? Cost = Sales

Single =

Couples =

Prepaid =

*How much would you make if you sold all of your tickets?

Single =

Couples =

Prepaid =

*Who will you sell your tickets too?

*How will you advertise? Flyers, Social Media, School Announcements, Word of mouth,

Displays

How much will advertising cost?

A good presentation is always the one you can remember.but you have to listen

Directions: Business Budgets require that the information that is being presented to be concise

(giving a lot of information clearly and in a few words; brief but comprehensive.) and accurate

((of information, measurements, statistics, etc.) correct in all details; exact). Please reflect on

each groups presentations and answer the following questions.

Group 1

Group 2

Group 3

________________________

________________________

________________________

________________________

________________________

________________________

________________________

________________________

________________________

________________________

________________________

________________________

What can be done differently? What can be done differently? What can be done differently?

_________________________ _________________________ _________________________

Group 4

Group 5

Group 6

________________________

________________________

________________________

________________________

________________________

________________________

________________________

________________________

________________________

________________________

________________________

________________________

A good team is a team that works together!!!

Directions: Business Plans or Budget require that each person in a team be held accountable for

their contribution to the group. Rate each question 1-25 to determine the contribution of each

team members. The sum of each team members will be totaled for their grade.

Team Member 1

Team Member 2

Team Member 3

willingness to solve the

problem?

________________________

willingness to solve the

problem?

________________________

willingness to solve the

problem?

________________________

self-confidence?

________________________

self-confidence?

________________________

self-confidence?

________________________

the Excel spread sheet?

________________________

the Excel spread sheet?

________________________

the Excel spread sheet?

________________________

attendance?

________________________

attendance?

________________________

attendance?

________________________

Team Member 4

Team Member 5

Team Member 6

willingness to solve the

problem?

________________________

willingness to solve the

problem?

________________________

willingness to solve the

problem?

________________________

self-confidence?

________________________

self-confidence?

________________________

self-confidence?

________________________

the Excel spread sheet?

________________________

the Excel spread sheet?

________________________

the Excel spread sheet?

________________________

attendance?

________________________

attendance?

________________________

attendance?

_______________________

Student ____________________________________________ Date ________________________

Put a check in the column that accurately describes the students work.

Understand

Reads the problem carefully

Plan

Chooses an appropriate solution strategy

Solve

Works systematically

Computes correctly

Look Back

Checks reasonableness of answer

Attitude

Shows a willingness to try the problem

Demonstrates self-confidence

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