###### Hawaii

###### October 22, 2020, 1:30:00 AM

###### Wednesday

###### Level 3

## Ms. Amanda

### Target 1

###### Lesson Type:

Continuation

Number Operation

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Computation

Evaluate arithmetic expressions that include an exponent.

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Understand that an exponent indicates the number of times that a base is multiplied by itself.

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Write a repeating multiplication equation that is equivalent to a given exponent.

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###### Grade:

6th

###### Vocabulary:

Exponent, Multiply

Activities:

- Students were given an exponent and wrote multiplication number sentences to match the exponent.
- Students solved number sentences involving exponents.

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### Target 2

###### Lesson Type:

###### Continuation

###### Algebra

###### Variable

###### Solve equations that use variables to represent unknown numbers.

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Identify the unknown information in problems.

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###### Grade:

6th

###### Vocabulary:

Variable

Activities:

- Students solved equations to find the unknown number.

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### Target 3

###### Lesson Type:

###### Continuation

###### Number Operation

###### Computation

###### Recognize and construct equivalent addition and subtraction equations (showing an understanding of the equal sign).

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###### Supporting targets:

###### 1:

Define an equal sign as a symbol which shows that the quantity on both sides are the same.

###### 2:

Understand that an equal sign can link an equation to its solution or that it can link two equations together.

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###### Grade:

6th

###### Vocabulary:

Equivalent

Activities:

- Students found the quantity of one side of an equation and made the other side of the equation equal.

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