Fractions, Decimals, Percents Day 10, 2011-2012 | Cognition | Psychology & Cognitive Science

Math Today

1) Make a smart seating choice. 2) Do the problems below in your Math Notebook:
Solve. 1. School Fair. You are organizing volunteers to work at an exhibit at a science fair. You have 6 volunteers to cover a total of 27 hours. How many hours will each volunteer have to work? Copy the problem and answer, then place the decimal in the correct location. 2. 49.5 / 6 = 825 3. 110.16 / 9 = 1224

7 November 2011
Multiplying and Dividing Decmials:
Today we will continue to work on multiplying and dividing decimals.
● Warm ups ● Discuss Warm Ups ● Independent Study Time

HW:
Keep working where you left off today. Spend about 20 - 30 minutes working on the Math Textbook Pages that we started today.

Divide. Round to the nearest tenth if necessary. 4. 32.4 / 6 = 5. 44.16 / 5 =

Solve. 1. School Fair. You are organizing volunteers to work at an exhibit at a science fair. You have 6 volunteers to cover a total of 27 hours. How many hours will each volunteer have to work? Copy the problem and answer, then place the decimal in the correct location. 2. 49.5 / 6 = 825 3. 110.16 / 9 = 1224 Divide. Round to the nearest tenth if necessary. 4. 32.4 / 6 = 5. 44.16 / 5 =

Discuss Goals and Expectations during Independent Study Time.

7 November 2011
Multiplying and Dividing Decmials:
Today we will continue to work on multiplying and dividing decimals.
● Warm ups ● Discuss Warm Ups ● Independent Study Time

HW:
Keep working where you left off today. Spend about 20 - 30 minutes working on the Math Textbook Pages that we started today.

McDougal Littell Math Course 1 - The Red Math Book
Use your Math Notebook for these assignments.

Lesson 4.2 -- The Distributive Property
1. Pages 175 - 177: Read through the lesson, paying special attention to the examples. 2. Page 175 and 177: Do the 6 Guided Practice Problems. 3. Pages 177 - 179: Do the odd numbered problems through #51.

Lesson 4.3 -- Multiplying Decimals
4. Pages 181 - 183: Read through the lesson, paying special attention to the examples. 5. Pages 181, 182 and 183: Do the 8 Guided Practice Problems. 6. Pages 183 - 185: Do the odd numbered problems through #49.

Lesson 4.4 -- Dividing by Whole Numbers
7. Pages 186 - 187: Read through the lesson, paying special attention to the examples. 8. Pages 186 - 187: Do the 8 Guided Practice Problems. 9. Pages 188 - 191: Do the odd numbered problems through #61.

McDougal Littell Math Course 1 - The Red Math Book
Use your Math Notebook for these assignments.

Lesson 4.4 -- Dividing by Whole Numbers
1. Pages 186 - 187: Read through the lesson, paying special attention to the examples. 2. Pages 186 - 187: Do the 8 Guided Practice Problems. 3. Pages 188 - 191: Do the odd numbered problems through #61.

Lesson 4.5 -- Multiplying and Dividing by Powers of Ten
4. Pages 193 - 194: Read through the lesson, paying special attention to the examples. 5. Page 194: Do the 7 Guided Practice Problems. 6. Pages 195 - 197: Do the odd numbered problems through #57.

Lesson 4.6 -- Dividing by Decimals
7. Pages 198 - 199: Read through the lesson, paying special attention to the examples. 8. Pages 198 - 199: Do the 12 Guided Practice Problems. 9. Pages 200 - 202: Do the odd numbered problems through #55.

Some Decimal Math Games
Form a group of 2 (groups of 3 will not be allowed until there is no other possibility). Choose one of the Math Games below and play it at least once through before switching games. Some of the supplies I have, and some of them you will need to create. We will play Math Games for about 15 minutes before getting to work on our Independent Study.

7 November 2011
Multiplying and Dividing Decmials:
Today we will continue to work on multiplying and dividing decimals.
● Warm ups ● Discuss Warm Ups ● Independent Study Time

HW:
Keep working where you left off today. Spend about From the Everyday Math Student Reference Book: 20 - 30 minutes working on the Math Textbook Pages Doggone Decimal, page 285 that we started Getting to One, page 295 today.

High Number Toss: Decimal Version, page 298

7 November 2011 HW:
Make sure you have left a comment on another student's Science Blog. Bring back your signed Science Use the Comment Assessment. requirements on Mr. McKinney's Weebly. <<< <<< <<< Active Link Here.

MATH: Keep working where you left off today.
Spend about 20 - 30 minutes working on the Math Textbook Pages that we started today. Try to complete 4.5 before Wednesday.
Bring back your signed Decimals Quiz: Chloe, David, Tommy. What work do you still have to do on your Weebly page?

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