Sunnyvale
June 19, 2021, 5:05:00 PM
Saturday
Level 4

Mr. Rodney

Target 1​

Lesson Type:

Continuation

Number Operation

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Number Meaning

Understand that quantities can be either positive or negative.

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Understand that quantities having a value of more than zero are positive and that quantities having a value of less than zero are negative.

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Understand that zero is neither positive nor negative.

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Understand that positive and negative numbers occur in the real world.

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Understand the relationship between positive and negative numbers.

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Understand that integers get smaller in value as they move left in order, and larger as they move right in order.

Grade:

7th

Vocabulary:

Positive, Negative

Activities:

  • Discussed and accurately defined what positive and negative numbers are using terms that are meaningful.
  • Reviewed how one uses a number line to represent addition and subtraction equestions.
  • Used and applied their understanding of adding and subtracting numbers on a number line to explore how one would add and subtract positive and negative numbers.
  • Found patterns in adding and subtracting positive and negative numbers, i.e. when adding a negative or subtracting a positive, one moves to the left on a number line; when adding a positive or subtracting a negative, one moves to the right.

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Target 2

Lesson Type:
Measurment
Techniques and Formulas
Explore the concept of volume using blocks.

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Recognize volume as a measurement of 3D shapes.

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Understand that volume is the measure of the amount of space inside a solid figure.

3:

Understand that cubes can be counted to determine the volume.

4:

Utilize different strategies for counting volume cubes.

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Grade:

5th

Vocabulary:

Volume, Cubic Units (Units Cubes), Length, Width, Height

Activities:

  • Reviewed and defined vocabulary terms.
  • Discussed how volume relates to area.
  • Given a 3D structure made of blocks, determined its volume.
  • Shared answers and method of counting the number of blocks used without touching the block while getting an accurate count.
  • Determined the number of blocks in each column of a structure and found the sum to calculate the total volume.

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