Cheri Chapman6th Grade Math TeacherSunnyvale Middle School
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This Week in ClassWeek of: October 16thThis is the 9th and final week of the 1st quarter.Tutoring continues this week. I am available on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday after school from 3:15 to 3:45.Tutoring buses are available between 3:45 and 4:00 p.m. to transport students home.UIL TeamsMrs. Chapman is the coach for UIL Mathematics.Here are team members for 6th grade:Dion JobiNethra ChelakkatConor McLeanHere are team members for 7th grade:Christen KuruvillaChelsa JijoEthan SaioRebecca JohnHere are team members for 8th grade:Leah MatthewAn NguyenAngela RilleraUIL Mathematics practice will be after school every Tuesday from 3:15 to 3:45.Tutoring buses are available.See you there!Click below to see photos of us in our classroom!Students and parents, please take a moment to SIGN UP for my REMIND class.I will use REMIND as my main form of communication this year.Please see the instructions below to register.To join by text:Text @smsm2th to 81010To join online:Visit remind.com/join and enter the class code along with your mobile phone number. You'll get text notifications at the number you entered.What are we learning this week?
Unit 3 (Operations with positive fractions & decimals)
6.3 A (recognize that dividing by a rational number and multiplying by its reciprocal result in equivalent values)
6.3 B (determine, with and without computation, whether a quantity is increased or decreased when multiplied by a fraction, including values greater than or less than one)
6.3 E (multiply and divide positive rational numbers fluently)Vocabulary: fluency, multiplicative relationship, additive relationship, comparing numbers, factor, dividend, divisor, quotient, fraction notation, division notation, algorithm, model, non-zero, generalization, product(See my calendar below for detailed descriptions of assignments and activities)Monday:ELU: Math Measures Me!Students connect linear measurement to learning ratio and proportionDriving Question:Can we create a doll that represents the average 6th grade student?Project Requirements:Students discover eight of their own body proportions/percentsStudents calculate group & class averages of these measurementsStudents use these measurements to produce a doll that represents the average 6th grade studentTuesday & Wednesday:Math Journal Notes: Division of Fractions (Part of a Part)Thursday & Friday:Modeling Division of FractionsLearning Resources . . . what websites, videos, materials will be helpful?Math Antics Video: Decimal Place ValueMath Antics Video: Types of FractionsCLASS CALENDAR: