Hawaii
January 16, 2021, 1:30:00 AM
Friday
Level 4

Ms. Kylie

Target 1​

Lesson Type:

New

Number Operation

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Number Reltionships

Use an inequality to express the possible numbers that a variable could represent.

Supporting targets:
1:

Determine all the integers that satisfy a given inequality with a variable.

2:

Represent inequalities on a number line.

3:

Use the addition property of inequality to isolate variables and solve algebraic inequalities and express their solutions graphically.

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Grade:

6th

Vocabulary:

Inequality, Variable

Activities:

-Students first learned what an inequality is and were given inequalities with a variable to graph on a number line. They learned if the symbol is < or > then the value is included in the solution and the dot on the number line is filled in. If the symbol is < or > then the value is not included in the solution and the dot is open.

 

-Students learned how to solve algebraic inequalties by isolating the variable to one side. Then they practiced graphing the inequality on a number line.

Home Exploration

Challenge Problem:

Solve the algebraic inequality x - 3 > 2

Then graph on a number line.

Challenge Data:

Guiding Questions:

-How can we get x by itself?

- What does it mean when it is greater than instead of greater than or equal to?

 

Challenge Answer:

x > 5

Absent Students:

Target 2

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

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Supporting targets:
1:

Recognize volume as a measurement of 3D shapes.

2:

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.

5:

Grade:

5th

Vocabulary:

Volume

Activities:

-Students used grid paper to color in squares to represent the base of a 3D shape. Then they placed cubes on top the colored squares to create a rectangular prism and found the volume.

 

-Students built 3D shapes and used calculations to find the volume. They first calculated the base of each layer using their knowledge of area (L x W) and then added the layers together to get the volume.

Home Exploration

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