## Ms. Kylie

### Target 1​

Review

Number Operation

:

Computation

###### 1:

Apply the procedure for adding integers with the same signs.

###### 2:

Apply the procedure for adding integers with unlike signs.

###### 3:

Convert an integer subtraction problem into an addition problem.

###### 4:

Subtract numbers with different signs, changing the sign of the number and arithmetic operation to calculate.

5th

###### Vocabulary:

Integer, Positive, Negative

Activities:

-Students were given equations involving adding and subtracting integers to solve.

-Students walked around the room solving real-life world word problems involving adding and subtracting integers. They read through each word problem and wrote an equation first. Then they solved.

## Absent Students:

### Target 2

:

###### 1:

Create equations using a variable to explain real-world situations.

###### 2:

Examine real-world problems and translate those patterns into algebraic expressions.

###### 3:

Use variables to represent numbers and write expression when solving real-world mathematical problems.

6th

###### Vocabulary:

Variable, Unknown quantity

Activities:

-Students reviewed solving equations with a variable and remembered to solve for the variable using the inverse relationship.

-Students were given real-world word problem on task cards and wrote an expression to represent the problem. They used a variable to represent the unknown quantity.

### Target 3

:

###### 1:

Identify that when multiplying a whole number by a power of ten, the product will have an increased number of zeros, that has a direct relationship to the exponent.

###### 2:

Explain that multiplying or dividing by a power of ten relates to the placement of a decimal point in a number.

6th

###### Vocabulary:

Power of ten, Decimal point, Whole number

Activities:

-Students reviewed multiplying a whole number by a power of ten. They understood that you add the amount of zeros in the power of ten to the right of the whole number.

-Students learned to multiply a decimal number by a power of ten. They understood that you move the decimal point to the right by the amount of zeros in the power of ten.

-Students played BINGO to practice multiplying a decimal number by a power of ten.