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& GUIDED QUESTIONS MATH VOCABULARY DAY 4

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Go to your Table of Contents page.

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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

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

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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

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On the right of that write MATH VOCABULARY

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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

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Below the 5 write 6

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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

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

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

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8/30/2011

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At the top RIGHT SIDE write the page number 6

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8/30/2011 6

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On the top blue line write MATH VOCABULARY

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8/30/2011 6 MATH VOCABULARY

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Copy down the vocabulary words and the definitions that follow.

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

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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.

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We are not done with the vocabulary yet.

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Turn to the INDEX portion of your MATH JOURNAL.

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

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3 decimal point decimal1 D

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Write the word digits below decimal point.

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3 decimal point decimal1 D digits

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

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6 3 decimal point decimal1 D digits

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

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V

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Write the word value on the “V” page.

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V value

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

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6 V value

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

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even E 1

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

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expanded form even E 1

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

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6expanded form even E 1

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

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6 3 decimal point decimal1 D digits

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Write the word difference below digit.

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6 3 decimal point decimal1 D digits difference

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

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6 6 3 decimal point decimal1 D digits difference

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

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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.

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