Hawaii
September 11, 2021, 1:30:00 AM
Friday
Level 5

Ms. Kylie

Target 1​

Lesson Type:

New

Number Operation

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Computation

Add and subtract with integers.

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Recognize that the sum of two positive integers is a positive integer.

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Recognize that the sum of two negative integers is a negative integer.

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Apply the procedure for adding integers with the same signs.

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Apply the procedure for adding integers with unlike signs.

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Convert an integer subtraction problem into an addition problem.

Grade:

6th

Vocabulary:

Negative, Positive, Integer

Activities:

-Students played a game of war using negative and positive numbers. The red cards represented negative numbers and the black cards represented positive numbers. Students each flipped two cards (one red and one black) and added the two cards. The student with the higher sum won that round. Students continued until the deck was gone.

-Students were given real world problems that involved negative and positive numbers. They wrote an equation for the problem and then solved.

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Target 2

Lesson Type:
Measurment
Techniques and Formulas
Calculate the volume of rectangular prims.

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Recognize volume as a measurement of 3D shapes.

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Recognize that volume is measured in cubed units (i.e., cm3), depicting that the measurement has length, width, and height.

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Use cubes to determine the formula for calculating the volume of rectangular prisms (length * width * height).

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Grade:

6th

Vocabulary:

Volume, Rectangular Prism, Length, Width, Height

Activities:

-Students were given dimensions of a retangular prism and used the dimensions to build the rectangular prism with cubes.

-Students were given dimensions of a smaller rectangular prism and used the dimensions to build the rectangular prism with cubes. Then students placed the smaller rectangular prism in the first rectangular prism. They used their knowledge of finding the volume to figure out how many smaller rectangular prisms could fit in the larger rectangular prism.

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