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Math, Grade 6, Unit 0, Lesson 6
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Gallery Overview Allow students who have a clear understanding of the content ...

Gallery Overview

Allow students who have a clear understanding of the content thus far in the unit to work on Gallery problems of their choosing. You can then use this time to provide additional help to students who need review of the unit's concepts or to assist students who may have fallen behind on work.

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Represent a Math Problem: Students explore the number line tool and the double number line tool. They use the number line tool to solve a problem about the weights of a cheetah and a fisher cat.
Research Expressions: Students learn the difference between numerical expressions and variable expressions. They watch video tutorials, review worked examples, use the Glossary, and explore other resources.
Fish Tank: Students create diagrams and use text and images as they solve a problem about the size of a fish tank.

Subject:
Numbers and Operations
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
Pearson
Math, Grade 6, Unit 0, Lesson 2
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Students are introduced to classroom routines and expectations, and complete a full ...

Students are introduced to classroom routines and expectations, and complete a full mathematics lesson. The class discusses how to clearly present work to classmates. Partner work is modeled, and partners then work to match numerical expressions to corresponding word descriptions. Students read and discuss a summary of the math in the lesson, and then write a reflection about their thoughts.

Key Concepts

Students match a numerical expression to its corresponding description in words. Students interpret parentheses and brackets in numerical expressions and they construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others. Students learn to use the exponent 2 to represent squaring.

Goals and Learning Objectives

Describe the classroom routines and expectations
Consider how to present work clearly to classmates
Collaborate with a partner
Critique a partner’s reasoning
Connect a numerical expression to its corresponding word description
Learn to use an exponent of 2 to represent squaring

Subject:
Algebra
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
Pearson
Math, Grade 6, Unit 0, Lesson 4
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Students discuss as a class the important ways that listeners contribute to ...

Students discuss as a class the important ways that listeners contribute to mathematical discussions during Ways of Thinking presentations. Students then use the properties of operations to find the value of each fruit used in equations.

Key Concepts

Students use the properties of operations to find the value of each fruit used in different equations. By considering several equations, students can match each of the 10 fruits to the whole numbers 0 through 9. This work helps students see why representing unknown numbers with letters is useful.

Goals and Learning Objectives

Contribute as listeners during the Ways of Thinking discussion
Identify the whole numbers that make an equation true
Use the properties of operations, when appropriate, to justify which whole numbers represent unknown values

Subject:
Algebra
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
Pearson
Math, Grade 7, Unit 0, Lesson 2
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Students discuss classroom routines and expectations, work with partners to present their ...

Students discuss classroom routines and expectations, work with partners to present their work matching different representations of a ratio situation, and then prepare math summaries.

Introduce classroom routines and expectations prior to the full mathematics lesson. Ask students to discuss how to clearly present their work to their classmates. Model an example of partner work, and then have students work with their partners to match different representations of a ratio situation. Read and discuss a Summary of the Math, and then have students write Reflections about their wonderings.

Key Concepts

Students match a data card with its corresponding ratio, decimal, fraction, percent, and description of the relationship in words. Students construct viable arguments for their matches and critique the reasoning of their partner and other classmates.

Goals and Learning Objectives

Describe the classroom routines and expectations
Consider how to present work clearly to classmates
Collaborate with a partner
Critique a partner’s reasoning
Connect different representations of a ratio situation

Subject:
Ratios and Proportions
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Lesson Plan
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Pearson
Math, Grade 7, Unit 0, Lesson 6
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Allow students who have a clear understanding of the content thus far ...

Allow students who have a clear understanding of the content thus far in the unit to work on Gallery problems of their choosing. You can then use this time to provide additional help to students who need review of the unit's concepts or to assist students who may have fallen behind on work.

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Represent a Math Problem

Explore ways to represent math problems—make an equation using a Double Number Line, a Ratio Table, and a Tape Diagram. Then solve a problem comparing the prices of different types of nails using one of the representations.

Research Ratios and Rates

Research how ratios and rates are related to proportional relationships. Watch the video tutorials and explore the other resources.

Louisiana Purchase

Solve a problem about the Louisiana Purchase.

Subject:
Mathematics
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
Pearson
Math, Grade 6, Unit 0, Lesson 3
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The class reviews the properties of operations. The use of “ask myself” ...

The class reviews the properties of operations. The use of “ask myself” questions to make sense of problems and persevere is modeled. Students review things to do when they feel stuck on a problem. Finally, students use the properties of operations to evaluate expressions.

Content Standards

Key Concepts

Students use the properties of operations to justify whether two expressions are equivalent.

Goals and Learning Objectives

To start to work on a problem, make sense of the problem by using “ask myself” questions
Persevere in solving a problem even when feeling stuck
Use the properties of operations to evaluate expressions

Subject:
Algebra
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
Pearson
M0 Vídeo de presentación del MOOC "Descodificando álgebra"
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Presentació del MOOC "Descodificando álgebra" de l'Escola Superior Politècnica, UPF Este video ...

Presentació del MOOC "Descodificando álgebra" de l'Escola Superior Politècnica, UPF
Este video es la presentación del MOOC "Descodificando álgebra" de la Universitat Pompeu Fabra, en Barcelona.Los estudiantes del MOOC, pueden ver este video en su Módulo 0.

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Provider:
CIRAX
Provider Set:
Fonaments de matemàtiques
Author:
Nikolaos Makriyannis
UPF, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Vanesa Daza Fernández
Math, Grade 7, Unit 0, Lesson 4
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Discuss the important ways that listeners contribute to mathematical discussions during Ways ...

Discuss the important ways that listeners contribute to mathematical discussions during Ways of Thinking presentations. Then use ratio and rate reasoning to solve a problem about ingredients in a stew.

Key Concepts

Students find the unit rate of a ratio situation.

Goals and Learning Objectives

Contribute as listeners during the Ways of Thinking discussion
Understand the concept of a unit rate that is associated with a ratio
Use rate reasoning to solve real-world problems

Subject:
Ratios and Proportions
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
Pearson
Math, Grade 7, Unit 0, Lesson 1
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Lesson Overview Students use ratio cards to find equivalencies and form partnerships ...

Lesson Overview

Students use ratio cards to find equivalencies and form partnerships for the week. As a class, students discuss and decide on classroom norms.

Give each student a ratio card. Instruct students to find a classmate whose card has a ratio that is equivalent to theirs. Classmates with equivalent ratios are now partners for the week. With the class, discuss and decide on classroom norms, or rules. Tell students how to access the application they will use this year.

Key Concepts

Students understand that ratio relationships are multiplicative. They use ratio tables to show ratio relationships.

Goals and Learning Objectives

Distinguish between ratio tables and tables that do no show equivalent ratios
Understand how ratio tables are used to solve ratio problems
Use the basic features of the application
Create and understand the classroom norms
Use mathematical reasoning to justify an answer

Subject:
Ratios and Proportions
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
Pearson
Math, Grade 6, Unit 0, Lesson 1
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Students participate in an icebreaker activity, finding a classmate whose card contains ...

Students participate in an icebreaker activity, finding a classmate whose card contains an expression equivalent to the expression on their own card. The resulting student pairs will be partners for this unit. Students spend time exploring the digital course. They learn new symbols for multiplication and detect possible errors in evaluating numeric expressions. The class discusses and decides upon norms for math class.

Key Concepts

Students evaluate numerical expressions and identify equivalent expressions. They explore why the order of operations affects calculation results and how to use parentheses to clearly describe the order of the operations.

Goals and Learning Objectives

Evaluate numerical expressions
Understand the reason for the order of operations and how to use parentheses in numerical expressions
Use the basic features of the application
Create and understand the classroom norms
Use mathematical reasoning to justify an answer

Preparation

Print out the Expression Icebreaker cards. Select the number of pairs of Partner 1 and Partner 2 cards needed for your class. Shuffle the cards before distributing to students.
Write on the board or chart paper: Find a classmate whose card has an expression that is equivalent to the expression on your card.
Choose a hand signal or phrase for common activities, such as putting technology away and focusing on the teacher.

Subject:
Algebra
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
Pearson
Math, Grade 7, Unit 0, Lesson 3
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Review the multiplication property of equality. Demonstrate the use of “ask myself” ...

Review the multiplication property of equality. Demonstrate the use of “ask myself” questions to understand a problem before solving it. Have students discuss the strategies that they can use when they feel stuck on a problem. Direct partners to solve a problem using a ratio table and equations, and then justify their solution in a presentation using the multiplication property of equality. Have each student write a Summary of the Mathematics in the lesson and work together to create a classroom summary.

Key Concepts

Students use the multiplication property of equality to justify their solution to a ratio problem.

Goals and Learning Objectives

Before starting to work on a problem, make sense of the problem by using “ask myself” questions
Persevere in solving a problem even when feeling stuck
Solve a ratio problem using two different strategies
Link arithmetic and algebraic methods to solving a ratio problem
Use the multiplication property of equality to solve ratio problems

Subject:
Ratios and Proportions
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
Pearson
Math, Grade 7, Unit 0, Lesson 5
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Review the ways classroom habits and routines can strengthen students’ mathematical character. ...

Review the ways classroom habits and routines can strengthen students’ mathematical character. Explain what a Gallery is and how to choose a Gallery problem to solve. Direct students to choose one of three Gallery problems that introduce the unit’s technology resources. The three Gallery problems combine working with ratios and rates with the application resources available with this unit.

Key Concepts

Students understand that a Gallery gives them a choice of problems to solve. Students think about the features of the problems to use when choosing a problem. Students know how to work on a Gallery problem and present a solution.

Goals and Learning Objectives

Know how to choose a problem from a Gallery

Subject:
Ratios and Proportions
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
Pearson
Athletics 01 - Warming Up
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Lesson plan that introduces children to the concept of warming up. Children ...

Lesson plan that introduces children to the concept of warming up. Children are provided with opportunities to practice running over distance, sprinting and jumping. Their knowledge and understanding of athletics is promoted as they find out about sprinting.

Subject:
Elementary Education
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
Professional Development Service for Teachers (PDST)
Provider Set:
Scoilnet
Author:
Frances Murphy
K-Act. 01: Kindergarten Exploration Tubs
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This unit uses the childrenŐs names as the foundation for teaching language, ...

This unit uses the childrenŐs names as the foundation for teaching language, alphabetics, one-to-one counting, sequencing, concepts of print, and phonemic awareness. The childŐs own name is the most important word to him. Although many children come to school with an awareness of environmental print, they see the environmental print words as a whole.

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
Utah Education Network
Athletics 02 - Throwing, Running, Jumping
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Second athletics lesson plan which outlines a warm-up, throwing, running and jumping ...

Second athletics lesson plan which outlines a warm-up, throwing, running and jumping activities. Children explore various ways of throwing and jumping, they practice sprinting and find out about sports that involve throwing.

Subject:
Elementary Education
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
Professional Development Service for Teachers (PDST)
Provider Set:
Scoilnet
Author:
Frances Murphy
ฺBiology02 - Cell Structure
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คำนำAll living organisms are made of cells. The smallest cells are about ...

คำนำAll living organisms are made of cells. The smallest cells are about 0.001 millimeters in diameter and belong to one of two domains: Bacteria and Archaea. Organisms in these groups do not have a nucleus or membrane-bound organelles. These organisms were some of the first to live on the planet; archaea lived over 3.5 billion years ago.Organisms can belong to a third domain: Eukarya. Eukaryotic cells are larger (0.01 to 1 mm) and contain a nucleus and organelles, such as mitochondria and endoplasmic reticulum. Plants, animals, fungi and protists belong to this domain.**In this investigation, you will view both preserved specimens and living specimens from the domain Eukarya and the domain Bacteria.จุดประสงค์Getting to Know the Domain Bacteriaมาตรฐาน/ ตัวชี้วัด ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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Biology
Material Type:
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Author:
tusanaporn gunprom