7Brain Pop!Here is a Brain Pop video all about factors, greatest common factor, and other things we have learned!Factoring
8Your Turn With your partner, find all the common factors for 8 and 20 When you are finished, use chart paper and markers to explain what strategies you used, and how you found the common factors!Go to glass for next slide
9GREATEST COMMON FACTOR (GCF) Once you have found all the common factors, it’s very simple to find the Greatest common factor. Greatest = Largest:12:24:Common Factors:What is the Largest (Greatest) factor that they share? This is the Greatest common factor!GLASS MODE
10Your Turn! Find the Greatest Common Factor for: 12, 30 16, 32 12, , 3221,42 27, 45Be prepared to share your strategy with the class!
11Which list contains all the common factors for 6 and 12? 1, 2, 32, 3, 61, 2, 3, 61, 2, 3, 4, 6, 12
12Partner WorkProduct Factors Prime or Composite activity with dice.
13Let’s review our Guiding Questions How can you find the common factors of a set of numbers?How can you find the Greatest Common Factor of a set of numbers?Jot down your thinking in your journal.
14PortfolioUse chart paper. With your group, demonstrate what you know about arrays factors, prime and composite numbers. Use words, pictures, and diagrams.Make sure you use the following vocabulary words in your writing:factor, array, product, dimension, equation, multiplication combination