###### Hawaii

###### December 4, 2021, 1:30:00 AM

###### Friday

###### Level 3

## Ms. Brianne

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

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6th

###### Vocabulary:

Exponent, Base, Times, Multiply

Activities:

- Students reviewed exponents.
- Students rolled dice to generate two numbers. The first number represented the base number and the second represented the exponent. Then they wrote a repeated multiplication equation to match the exponent and solved it.
- Students played exponent tic tac toe with a partner. In order to mark a space, they had to solve for the exponent.
- Students played exponent bingo, where they were given a repeated multiplication equation and they had to mark the matching exponent.

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## Absent Students:

Morgan

### Target 2

###### Lesson Type:

###### New

###### Geometry

###### Directionality

###### Practice directionality and relative position.

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Use directional vocabulary to help describe objects: in front, besides, right, left, top, bottom, etc.

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Use positional vocabulary to help describe objects: first, second, third, etc.

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In front, beside, right, left, top, bottom, column, row

Activities:

- Students used directional vocabulary to describe where certain 3D shapes should be positioned in a structure and their partner had to build it by following the directions without looking. At the end, they lifted the barrier to see if their structures were the same.
- Students used directional vocabulary to describe where certain blocks should be on an array board as their partner tried to follow the directions to create an identical arrangement without looking.

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