# & GUIDED QUESTIONS MATH VOCABULARY DAY 4. Go to your Table of Contents page.

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& GUIDED QUESTIONS MATH VOCABULARY DAY 4

Table of ContentsDatePage 8/24/11 Math Vocabulary1 Guided Question2 8/25/11 Math Vocabulary3 8/29/11 Math Vocabulary4 8/29/11 Guided Question5

Below 8/29/11 write 8/30/11

Table of ContentsDatePage 8/24/11 Math Vocabulary1 Guided Question2 8/25/11 Math Vocabulary3 8/29/11 Math Vocabulary4 8/29/11 Guided Question5 8/30/11

On the right of that write MATH VOCABULARY

Table of ContentsDatePage 8/24/11 Math Vocabulary1 Guided Question2 8/25/11 Math Vocabulary3 8/29/11 Math Vocabulary4 8/29/11 Guided Question5 8/30/11 Math Vocabulary

Below the 5 write 6

Table of ContentsDatePage 8/24/11 Math Vocabulary1 Guided Question2 8/25/11 Math Vocabulary3 8/29/11 Math Vocabulary4 8/29/11 Guided Question5 8/30/11 Math Vocabulary6

Now go to the next blank page after yesterday’s GUIDED QUESTION

At the top LEFT SIDE write the date 8/30/2011

8/30/2011

At the top RIGHT SIDE write the page number 6

8/30/2011 6

On the top blue line write MATH VOCABULARY

8/30/2011 6 MATH VOCABULARY

Copy down the vocabulary words and the definitions that follow.

Sometimes we will include a picture/diagram with a definition. We will do that today for the word value.

8/30/2011 6 MATH VOCABULARY value – the amount something is worth, based on its place in the number. digit – the symbols 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 expanded form – a way to write numbers that difference – the answer you get when you subtract. used to write numbers. The difference of six and two is four. 5 1 3 5 0 0 shows the value of each digit.

We are not done with the vocabulary yet.

Turn to the INDEX portion of your MATH JOURNAL.

Digits starts with “D”. So find “D” in your INDEX.

3 decimal point decimal1 D

Write the word digits below decimal point.

3 decimal point decimal1 D digits

We wrote the definition for digits on page 6, so on the far right write 6

6 3 decimal point decimal1 D digits

The next word is value. It starts with a “V”. So find “V” in your INDEX.

V

Write the word value on the “V” page.

V value

We wrote the definition for value on page 6, so on the far right write 6

6 V value

The next word is expanded form. It starts with a “E”. So find “E” in your INDEX.

even E 1

Write the word expanded form on the “E” page.

expanded form even E 1

We wrote the definition for expanded form on page 6, so on the far right write 6

6expanded form even E 1

The last word is difference. It starts with “D”. So go back to “D” in your INDEX.

6 3 decimal point decimal1 D digits

Write the word difference below digit.

6 3 decimal point decimal1 D digits difference

We wrote the definition for difference on page 6, so on the far right write 6

6 6 3 decimal point decimal1 D digits difference

Today we will NOT be doing a GUIDED QUESTION so we are done with our MATH JOURNAL. You can put it away.

REMEMBER: This is a very important activity. Your MATH JOURNAL is a very important tool. You will use your MATH JOURNAL to help you better understand MATH. MAKE SURE YOU ARE FOLLOWING ALONG. DO NOT MISPLACE YOUR JOURNAL.