# 2011 Week of 9.19

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Monday:      Objective: Compare Fractions to Benchmarks,         Objective: Fractions between Fractions
9/19/11      Fractions between Fractions                         Guiding Question: Can you always find another
Guiding Question: Can you always find another       fraction between any two fractions? Is this reasonable
fraction between any two fractions? Is this         or not?
reasonable or not?                                  Activity: Bits & Pieces I Investigation 2.4
Activity: Bits & Pieces I Inv. 2.3 and 2.4          Assessment: Students will use a number line and
Assessment: Students will use a number line to      partner to discuss the guiding questions and discover
compare fractions to benchmarks and then            examples and counterexamples.
partner to discuss the guiding questions and        Homework: unfinished ACE 12-24, 49-58
discover examples and counterexamples.              TEKS: 6.1A. 6.1D
Homework: no homework
TEKS: 6.1A. 6.1D
Tuesday:     Objective: Fractions Review                         Objective: Fractions Review
9/20/11      Guiding Question: Can a place on a number line      Guiding Question: Can a place on a number line have
have more than one fraction name?                   more than one fraction name?
Activity: Comparing Fractions WS                    Activity: Comparing Fractions WS
Assessment: Students will work individually to      Assessment: Students will work individually to
complete the review WS in class                     complete the review WS in class
Homework: unfinished Comparing Fractions WS         Homework: unfinished Comparing Fractions WS
TEKS: 6.1A, 6.1B, 6.1D, 6.11C, 6.11D                TEKS: 6.1A, 6.1B, 6.1D, 6.11C, 6.11D
Wednesday:   Objective: Mixed Numbers                            Objective: Mixed Numbers
9/21/11      Guiding Question: Betty says that the halfway       Guiding Question: Betty says that the halfway mark
mark between 2 and 3 should be labeled ½. Do        between 2 and 3 should be labeled ½. Do you agree?
you agree? Why?                                     Why?
Activity: Bits & Pieces I Investigation 2.5         Activity: Bits & Pieces I Investigation 2.5
Assessment: Students will create a number line      Assessment: Students will create a number line for all
for all parts and to represent their answers both   parts and to represent their answers both as fractions
as fractions and as mixed numbers.                  and as mixed numbers.
Homework: unfinished ACE 25-45                      Homework: no homework
TEKS: 6.1B, 6.11A                                   TEKS: TEKS 6.1B, 6.11A
Thursday:    Objective: Relationship of Decimals to Fractions    Objective: Application & Reflection over Bits I Inv. 2
9/22/11      Guiding Question: What are some ways to think       Guiding Question: Is there a difference between the
about the meaning of 0.20?                          terms improper fraction and mixed number?
Activity: Bits & Pieces I Investigation 3.1         Activity: Bits & Pieces I Investigation 2 Review
Assessment: Students will work through Inv. 3.1     Assessment: Students will work with a partner to
in groups to discover the connection between        answer ACE questions 25-45 and then present their
fractions and decimals.                             answers in class.
Homework: no homework                               Homework: unfinished ACE 25-45
TEKS: 6.1B, 6.12A                                   TEKS: 6.1A, 6.1B, 6.1D, 6.11A, 6.11C, 6.11D
Friday:      Objective: Extend Relationship of Decimals to       Objective: Relationship of Decimals to Benchmarks
9/23/11      Fractions using Place Value                         Guiding Question: What are some ways to think about
Guiding Question: How would you write the           the meaning of 0.20?
decimal to show 8/10? Are there other decimals      Activity: Bits & Pieces I Investigation 3.1
you could write?                                    Assessment: Computation Quiz # 4, Students will work
Activity: Bits & Pieces I Investigation 3.2         through Inv. 3.1 in groups to discover the connection
Assessment: Computation Quiz # 4, Students will     between fractions and decimals.
work with a partner to explore the relationship     Homework: no homework
between Decimals and Fractions using grids.         TEKS: 6.1A, 6.1B, 6.12A
Homework: no homework

Key Understandings: Equivalent Fractions,           Key Understandings: Equivalent Fractions,
Benchmarks, Location of Fractions on a number       Benchmarks, Location of Fractions on a number line,
line, Mixed Numbers, Decimals, Place Value          Mixed Numbers, Decimals
Key Vocabulary: numerator, denominator,         Key Vocabulary: numerator, denominator, fraction,
fraction, equivalent fractions, number line,    equivalent fractions, number line, benchmarks, mixed
benchmarks, mixed number, improper fractions,   number, improper fractions, decimals
decimals, place value

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