# Making an Organized List

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Making an Organized List
EnVision Math Topic 1: Lesson 1-7, day 2 Making an Organized List Materials needed: -lesson 1-7 homework completed by students -Math Test Ticket for each student -Topic 1 vocab. sheet for each student

…practice sheet for today.
Write your name * on the name line. Look * to see which level you are starting with today. Then find your…

…Rocket sheet. Down at the bottom * find the level you are on today. If it is the same level as last time, write your date under the next try. If you passed last time , then you are on a new level today. You may color in the letter that you passed on your rocket. Then you will fill in the date under first try for your new level. Remember, these are our partners for the week…

Rocket Math Partners Luka and Paige Dominic and Jack
Ellie and Issy Mason and Wes Samantha and Sierra Anthony and Jace Emily and Alyssa Gabe and Oluwafolajinmi When I say go, find your partner and choose a spot. Decide who will be the checker first and get your answer sheet ready. I will give you the signal when you should start practicing. Then I will give you the signal when to switch. Go! (after practice – do one minute timing)

What strategies can I use to solve word problems?
Yesterday, we learned one strategy to solve word problems. Does anyone remember what our…

Problem Solving Strategies
Make an Organized List …problem solving strategy was? * Let’s see how you did on last night’s homework. (pass back homework)

The bicycle that David wants to buy comes in red, silver, blue, gold, or green.
He can select a bike with a kickstand or without a kickstand. How many choices does David have? Show all possible combinations. 10 choices red – kickstand red – no kickstand silver – kickstand silver – no kickstand blue – kickstand blue – no kickstand gold – kickstand gold – no kickstand green – kickstand green – no kickstand Can someone read this problem? Your list might look like this…* How many total choices? *

6 ways pig, cow, horse pig, horse, cow cow, pig, horse cow, horse, pig
Yancey collects plastic banks. He has three different banks: a pig, a cow, and a horse. How many ways can Yancey arrange his banks on the shelf? Show all possible combinations. 6 ways pig, cow, horse pig, horse, cow cow, pig, horse cow, horse, pig horse, pig, cow horse, cow, pig Can someone read this problem? Your list might look like this…* How many total choices? *

At the party, guests could eat pretzels, cookies, cake, or all three
At the party, guests could eat pretzels, cookies, cake, or all three. They could drink soda, punch, or water. How many choices did each guest have for a snack? Show all possible combinations. 12 choices pretzels – soda pretzels – punch pretzels - water cookies – soda cookies – punch cookies – water cake – soda cake – punch cake - water all 3 – soda all 3 - punch all 3 - water Can someone read this problem? Your list might look like this…* How many total choices? *

6 different orders rabbit, ferret, turtle rabbit, turtle, ferret
Kevin has a rabbit, a ferret, and a turtle. He feeds them in a different order each day. In how many different orders can Kevin feed his pets? Show all possible combinations. 6 different orders rabbit, ferret, turtle rabbit, turtle, ferret ferret, rabbit, turtle ferret, turtle, rabbit turtle, ferret, rabbit turtle, rabbit, ferret Can someone read this problem? Your list might look like this…* How many total choices? *

6 choices toast – jelly toast – cream cheese toast – peanut butter
Ashley plans to have a piece of toast or a bagel for breakfast. She can spread jelly, cream cheese, or peanut butter on it. How many choices does she have? 6 choices toast – jelly toast – cream cheese toast – peanut butter bagel – jelly bagel – cream cheese bagel – peanut butter Can someone read this problem? Your list might look like this…* How many total choices? *

green – purple purple – blue blue - silver
Tonya and Lauren are designing a soccer uniform. They want to use two colors on the shirt. Their choices are green, purple, blue, and silver. How many ways can they choose two colors? Show all possible combinations. 6 ways green – purple purple – blue blue - silver green – blue purple - silver green - silver Can someone read this problem? Your list might look like this…* How many total choices? * That brings us to the end of…

Topic 1: Numeration …Topic 1.
We learned a lot of important definitions in this unit. Let’s make a page for the important words section of our binders to help us remember what we learned… (pass out vocabulary sheet)

digits period comma 45,871,093 Topic 1: Numeration
All numbers in our number system can be made with 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, and 9. What do you call those? * What do you call a group of 3 digits in a number? * Would someone like to read and fill in the sentence at the star? * Let’s write * as our example. There’s a chart to remind us of the places we learned. Let’s take a look under the chart…

standard 2,016 word two thousand, sixteen expanded 2,000 + 10 + 6
What do you call the form of a number that is written using digits and commas? * Let’s write * as our example. What do you call the form of a number that is written in words? * What would I write for my example? * What do you call the form of a number that is written as the sum of the values of the digits? * Put this sheet in the orange section of your binder. On Tuesday, we’ll be ready for a test to see how well you know the concepts in this topic. Today, I am going to give you a… standard 2,016 word two thousand, sixteen expanded 2,

Name # …Test Ticket with some strategies you can use to study.
(pass out Test Tickets) Write your name * at the top. Write your number * in the top right hand corner. (Read first strategy.) (Read second strategy.) Open to the first page in your classwork section…

Topic 1: Numeration On this page, you will see * all the page numbers in the book for the things we have learned. Let’s add some other pages that you can use to study. * You can take home a math book from the classroom or you may use your computer to look in your math book. I’ll show you how in a few minutes. Let’s go back to our Test Ticket… pg

Name # (read the next two strategies)
Tonight your homework will be to redo your pretest and check your answers. (pass out pretest and answer sheet) (read the last two strategies) There is a reminder about how to use the EnVision website on a label in your binder that looks like this…

Stay Connected with the EnVision Math Website!
Stay Connected with the EnVision Math Website! Go to Type in your user name (your 6-digit ID number) and password (also your 6 digit ID number) and then click on Log in Click on “To Do” in the top right corner. Click on any of the assignments for the current topic. Let me show you how to follow the steps. (click on the picture of the mouse to link to the site) Now let’s go back to our Test Ticket…

Name # Tues., 9/27 Let’s fill in our test date at the bottom… *
Remember that you will need to get a * parent’s signature by Tuesday. Put this Test Ticket in your homework folder. Tues., 9/27

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