Vocabulary for the Week: prime number, composite number, integers by y3O8N9ce

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									Oct. 5-9                                        Cindy Wells                        Basic Math 6


Vocabulary for the Week: prime number, composite number, integers, factor trees, exponent, base number,

            Cscope                Key Understanding(s)/       Class Activities:
            Unit/Lesson           Objective:


                                                              Holiday




            Unit 2, Lesson 1,     -What is a prime number?    Hand in Behavior Forms
            Day 1
                                  -What is a composite        MATH COUNTS Wk2 – due Friday
                                  number?
                                                              Multiplication Review – Test Friday
                                  -What are the prime
                                  factors of this positive    Bellringer
                                  integer?
                                                              Engage 1 (Groups of 4)
Tuesday




                                                              Sharing Counters Activity (1, 2, 5, 8, 9, 12)
                                                              Complete Factor Tables

            TEKS & ELPS                                       Explore/Explain 1 (Groups of 2- Eyeball partners)
            TEKS: 6.1D, 6.1E,                                 Factors with Centimeter Grids (2, 6, 7, 11, 15)
            6.1F, 6.11A, 6.11C,                               HW: Prime and Composite Summary Sheet
            6.12A, 6.13B
                                                              Colored Paper Plate Activity p. 17 -23
            ELPS: 1C, 1E, 2E,
            2I, 3D, 3H, 4E, 5B,
            5F, 5G
            Unit 2, Lesson 1,     -What is a prime number?    Multiplication Review – Test Friday
            Day 2
                                  -What is a composite        Bellringer
                                  number?
                                                              Define Prime Numbers
Wednesday




            TEKS & ELPS           -What are the prime         Hundreds chart
            TEKS: 6.1D, 6.1E,     factors of this positive    Discussion of Prime and Composite Summary Sheet
            6.1F, 6.11A, 6.11C,   integer?
            6.12A, 6.13B                                      Explore/Explain 2
                                  -How can we represent the   Factor Trees
            ELPS: 1C, 1E, 2E,     prime factors of this          - (Problems 1-12) Introduce drawing factor tree
            2I, 3D, 3H, 4E, 5B,
                                  positive integer using             factors
            5F, 5G
                                  exponents?                     - (Problems 13-25) Discuss use of exponents
                                                              Complete Factor Trees p, 27-28
Oct. 5-9                                       Cindy Wells                        Basic Math 6


           Unit 2, Lesson 1,     -What are the prime         Multiplication Review – Test Friday
           Day 3                 factors of this positive
                                 integer?                    Bellringer

                                 -How can we represent the   Elaborate
Thursday



           TEKS & ELPS           prime factors of this       Review Factor Trees/ Introduce Box Factor Method
           TEKS: 6.1D, 6.1E,     positive integer using      “I Have, Who Has” Card Game
           6.1F, 6.11A, 6.11C,   exponents?                  (Give students a few minutes to calculate their cards
           6.12A, 6.13B                                      On notebook paper or in journal:
                                                             -Show Prime Factorization for 20, 14, 40, 32, 35 (from
           ELPS: 1C, 1E, 2E,                                 Prime Factorization
           2I, 3D, 3H, 4E, 5B,
           5F, 5G
           Unit 2, Lesson 1,     -What are the factors of    Multiplication test
           Day 4                 this positive integer?      Hand in Math Counts Packet

                                 -What is the Greatest       Bellringer
                                 Common Factor (GCF) for
           TEKS & ELPS           these integers?             Explore/Explain 3
Friday




           TEKS: 6.1D, 6.1E,                                 Factor Recording Activity
           6.1F, 6.11A, 6.11C,                               -Model 20 & 15 on overhead
           6.12A, 6.13B                                      -Students complete 12 & 6, 8 & 4 and record answer
                                                             Display Greatest Common Factor and discuss finding
           ELPS: 1C, 1E, 2E,                                 each pair of numbers
           2I, 3D, 3H, 4E, 5B,
           5F, 5G

								
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