## Monday, August 10, 2015

**Bell**- Complete organized work on a separate paper for problems 1-6 of "Chain Code."

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**Classwork**

(1) Think-Pair-Share the following classifications of numbers: natural numbers, whole numbers, integers, rational numbers, and irrational numbers. How are they similar and different from each other? Can you provide examples for each group?

(2) Complete a graphic organizer of these subsets.

(3) Create a number line graphing the given numbers.

(4) Define each classification and organize the numbers you graphed into their subset(s).

*****Go to the "Foldables Notebook" tab above for The Real Number System foldable*****

**Homework**- Complete vocabulary for today's foldable. Complete Monday problems from "Weekly Math Homework 1". Use the space provided on the back to show your work.

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## Tuesday, August 11, 2015

**Bell **- Finish organized work on a separate paper for problems 7 - 13 of "Chain Code." All work for "Chain Code" was collected for grading. See Monday for this document.

**Classwork**

(1) Review Monday homework problems from "Weekly Math Homework 1" which is attached above as q1_hw1.pdf. Remember to show completed work for each problem. Use the designated space on the back of the homework sheet if there is not enough room on the front.

(2) Guided tour of the website - where to find notes for each day, extra copies of handouts, guided instruction for foldable notes, helpful websites, etc.

(3) Complete foldables for multiplication facts, divisibility rules, and division of multi-digit numbers.

*****Go to the "Foldables Notebook" tab above for today's foldables.*****

**Vocabulary**-

**absolute value, integers, negative numbers, opposite numbers, positive numbers, rational numbers, sign**

**Homework**- (1) Complete current vocabulary on pages 1-3 of your foldables notebook. Look under "Foldables Notebook." (2) Complete "The Real Number System" foldable. (3) Complete Tuesday problems from "Weekly Math Homework 1."

## Wednesday, August 12, 2015

**Bell**- Complete organized work for #1-4 of "What Trick Can Any Horse do?

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**Classwork**

(1) Review Tuesday homework problems.

(2) Chain Code was graded for completion and returned. A score was given in fraction form. Divide the numerator by the denominator to see the decimal form. Then, move the decimal to the right two times to get your percentage (score out of 100 points). Finish any problems you didn't complete for extra credit. This is due on Thursday.

(3) Magic Square 16: Divide multi-digit numbers using our desktops and dry erase markers! Remember the steps: Divide, Multiply, Subtract, Bring Down, Repeat, Remainder (becomes the numerator of a mixed number).

**Homework**- (1) Complete and study vocabulary. See Tuesday for current vocabulary. (2) Complete "Chain Code." (3) Weekly Math Homework 1.

## Thursday, August 13, 2015

**Bell**- Finish organized work for "What Trick Can Any Horse do?" Turn in work for preparation. Don't forget to turn in extra credit for "Chain Code."

**Classwork**

(1) Review Wednesday homework problems.

(2) Magic Square 16: Continue dividing multi-digit numbers using our desktops and dry erase markers. Get ready for your first quiz tomorrow. Use the solutions below to get more practice tonight.

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**Vocabulary**-

**dividend, divisor, quotient**

**Homework -**(1) Complete and study vocabulary. (2) Weekly Math Homework 1.

## Friday, August 14, 2015

**Bell**- Complete organized work for #1-7 of "Activity 14," division of multi-digit numbers. #1 and 2 were modeled.

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activity_14_div_multidigit_organized_work.pdf | |

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**Classwork**

(1) Review Thursday homework.

(2) Quiz 1 - Division of multi-digit numbers.

**Homework**- (1) Finish bell work. (2) Complete and study vocabulary.