2 / TOC / TOC / 1

4 / Syllabus Parent sign (100/A) / Syllabus / 3

6 / Math Standards (1st semester) / Math Standards / 5

8 / # talks Hand Signal / Math Standards (2nd Semester) / 7

10 / I Can Math / Math Talk / 9

12 / Carnegie Learning Registrations / 3pp guidelines / 11

14 / Revision Guidelines / IXL letter / 13

16 / Math key words / Learning Style Assessment / 15

18 / SMART Goals parent sign (100/A) / SMART Goals / 17

20 / High 5 - Trace your hand, You may decorate your nails (optional), I the palm write (Five ways this IMN will help to improve my math skills), Write neatly a statement in each finger. Be decorative/colorful. / IMN’s purpose / 19

22 / Ten Marks sign-in info / Pearson’s Success Net (EnVision) / 21

24 / Problems Solving Steps / Ten Marks / 23

26 / Problem Solving Strategies / Problems Solving Steps / 25

28 / Unit 1 pretest / Problem Solving Strategies / 27

30 / Long Division Animation and Study Jam Division / Division mnemonic and Long Division Animation / 29

32 / Aaa.math practice Dividing / Study Jam / 31

34 / Aaa.math practice Dividing / 33

36 / EnVision 03-00 Operations with Division / EnVision 03-00 Operations with Division / 35

38 / Envision decimal quiz / Add/subtract decimals / 37

40 / WS – Skill 30-31 / Envision decimal quiz / 39

42 / Dividing decimals notes / Multiply decimals notes / 41

44 / aaamath.com practice (x and ÷) decimals / aaamath.com practice (x and ÷) decimals / 43

46 / Skill 6,7, 9 / aaamath.com practice (x and ÷) decimals / 45

48 / LCM/Prime factorization / GCF/Prime factorization / 47

50 / Divide decimals whole group / Divide decimals Red TB p. 87 / 49

52 / LCM practice / GCF practice / 51

54 / EnVision 05-03 Number: Greatest Common Factor / Class pract. Divide decimals / 53

56 / CL TB p. 67 LCM / 07-02 Number: Least Common Multiple. / 55

58 / Geared up / Distributive property/GCF / 57

60 / GCF / Distributive Property CW / CL TB 69-78 / 59

62 / Unit 1 practice / Unit 1 practice / 61

64 / Divide fractions models/practice / Unit 1 Practice / 63

66 / DP and GCF / Divide fraction: model, solve, and check/practice / 65

68 / Unit 2 Pretest / Unit 1 test / 67

70 / CL TB p. 308 / EnVision Ratio, Rates, and Proportions Introduction / 69

72 / Consumer math - shopping / Chef math - cooking / 71

74 / BYOD letter / CLTB page 310-311 / 73

76 / CL TB 324-325/ Coach / Ten Marks Unit Rate / 75

78 / Study jam % introduction / Sales advertisement / 77

80 / Introduction to % / FDP practice sheet / 79

82 / IXL % / Sale % and tip% and Pearsons / 81

84 / Note % of # use Proportions/Multiplication / Unit rate and sale IXL / 83

86 / Better buy / Jumping Jack lab / 85

88 / % problems #6, 8,9, 7,5 / % problems #2,3, 10, 4 / 87

90 / Measurement real-world videos / 89

Unit 2 - Rate, Ratio and Proportional Reasoning Using Equivalent Fractions

HE for 6th for week of 10-31–16

Assigned / Due / Describe - Read the ENTIREPage and govern yourselves accordingly to maintain a high scholastic recordM / T / Number 1 was completed in class on IMN p. 87. MGSE6.RP.3c. Percent. Use it as a guide, 3pp, and proportions. This HE will be used as your class assignment on Friday.

2. You want to buy a new app for your iPhone that costs $2.50. The tax rate is 4 %. How much total do you pay for the app?

3. There are 125 students in your class. Seventy-five of them are girls. What percent are boys?

10. A pair of pants that you like was originally priced at $25.00. They are on sale for 20% off, but you also must pay 7% sales tax. How much do you have to pay for the pants while they are on sale?

Learn more about capacity. The following link is youtube.com

T / W / Part 1: Number 1 was completed in class on IMN p. 87-88. MGSE6.RP.3c - percent.Use it as a guide, 3pp, and proportions. This HE will be used as your class assignment on Friday.

4. You have $350 dollars in your savings account. The account pays an interest rate of 2.25%. How much will you earn in interest this year (Round to the nearest cent.)

6. Your parents bought you a used bike for $50. That was 60% of the price of a new bike. If they would have bought the new bike, what would they have paid? (Give your answer in dollars and cents.)

Part 2: Play the ruler game while learning how to read the fractional parts of a ruler. practice all levels.

W / Th / Part 1: Number 1 was completed in class on IMN p. 88. MGSE6.RP.3c - percent. Use it as a guide, 3pp, and proportions. This HE will be used as your class assignment on Friday.

8. A certain necklace is 32% gold. The total mass of the necklace

is 30 grams. How many grams of gold are in the necklace

9. The price of a Harry Potter book was $6.25 in 2000. What is the price of the book now if the price has changed by 25%?

Part 2: Introduction to metric system. The following link is youtube.com and

Th / F / Part 1: Number 1 was completed in class on IMN p. 88. MGSE6.RP.3c - percent. Use it as a guide, 3pp, and proportions. This HE will be used as your class assignment on Friday.

7. The basketball team at your school won 75% of their games last year. They played a total of 28 games. How many games did they lose?

5. The temperature in the morning was 45°. Later in the afternoon, the temperature was measured to be 62°. What was the percent change in teperature? (Round to the nearest percent.)

IMN page 89. MGSE6.RP.3d. Measurement conversions. Introduction to measurement with Elaina:

- Elaina the carpenter dealt with precision in what type of measurement?
- What does it mean to measure twice and cut once?

- Bianca’s the chef dealt with what type of measurement?

- Compare and contrast the two professionals and how they used measurement.