# whole Numbers and Decimals

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whole Numbers and Decimals
Chapter 1: Fluency with whole Numbers and Decimals

Lesson 1.1 Place Value and Patterns
Lesson Objective: Recognize the 10 to 1 relationship among place value positions. Essential Question: How can you describe the relationship between two place-value positions?

Notes: means * by 10 means ÷ by 10

To Do List: 1. Complete pgs 7 & 8 2. Answer Essential Question 3. Complete Math Journal

Lesson 1.2 Place Value of Whole Numbers
Lesson Objective: Read and write whole numbers through hundred millions. Essential Question: How do you read, write and represent whole numbers through hundred millions?

Notes: Standard Form: 1,964 Word Form: One thousand, nine hundred sixty-four Number Word Form: 1 thousand, 9 hundred, 64 Expanded Form: (1 x 1,000) + (9 x 100) + (6 x 10) + (4 x 1)

To Do List 1. pgs 11 & 12 2. Answer Essential Question
3. Add vocabulary word to notebook (pg. 9) 4. Complete Math Journal

Lesson 1.3 Algebra- Properties
Lesson Objective: Use properties of operations to solve problems. Essential Question: How can you use properties of operations to solve problems?

Notes:

To Do List: 1. Complete pgs 2. Answer Essential Question 3. Complete Math Journal lesson 1.3

Lesson 1.4 Algebra-Powers of 10 and Exponents
Lesson Objective: Write and evaluate repeated factors in exponent form. Essential Question: How can you use an exponent to show powers of 10?

Notes: 10 = 1 10 = 2 10 = 3 10 = 4 10 = 5 10 =

To Do List: 1. Complete pgs 2. Answer Essential Question 3. Add vocabulary words to notebook (pg. 17) 4. Complete Math Journal lesson 1.4

Lesson 1.5 Multiplication Patterns
Lesson Objective: Use a basic fact and a pattern to multiply mentally by multiplies of 10, 100, and 1,000. Essential Question: How can you use a basic fact and a pattern to multiply by a 2-digit number?

Notes: 4 x 5 = 6 x 8 = = = (4 x 5) x 10 (6 x 8) x 10 (4 x 5) x 10 =
Ex. 2 Ex. 1 4 x 5 = 6 x 8 = 1 1 = = (4 x 5) x 10 (6 x 8) x 10 2 2 (4 x 5) x 10 = (6 x 8) x 10 = 3 3 (4 x 5) x 10 = (6 x 8) x 10 = Ex. 3 3 x9 = (3 x 9) x = 270 (3 x 9) x = 27,000 (3 x 9) x = 2, 700, 000

To Do List: 1. Complete pgs 2. Answer Essential Question 3. Complete Math Journal Lesson 1.5

Lesson 1.6 Multiply by 1-Digit Numbers
Lesson Objective: Multiply by 1-digit numbers. Essential Question: How do you multiply by 1-digit numbers?

Hints (student thoughts)
Notes: Example Hints (student thoughts) 476 x 3 8,058 x 7

To Do List: 1. Complete pgs 2. Answer Essential Question 3. Complete Math Journal Lesson 1.6

Lesson 1.7 Lesson Objective: Multiply by 2-digit numbers. Essential Question: How do you multiply by 2-digit numbers?

Hints (student thoughts)
Notes: Example Hints (student thoughts) 42 x 28 916 x 53

To Do List: 1. Complete pgs 2. Answer Essential Question 3. Complete Math Journal Lesson 1.7

Lesson 1.8 Relate Multiplication to Division
Lesson Objective: Use multiplication to solve division problems. Essential Question: How is multiplication used to solve a division problem?

Step 1: Multiply the divisor by a multiply
Notes: Step 1: Multiply the divisor by a multiply of 10 that gets it closest to the dividend. Step 2: Find the difference. Step 3: Multiply the divisor to equal the difference.

To Do List: 1. Complete pgs 2. Answer Essential Question 3. Add vocabulary words to notebook (pg. 35) 4. Complete Math Journal Lesson 1.8

Lesson 1.9 Problem Solving * and ÷
Lesson Objective: Use the strategy solve a simpler problem to solve problems. Essential Question: How can you use the strategy solve a simpler problem to help you solve a division problem?

Notes: 192 ÷ 6 ( ) ÷ 6 ( 120 ÷ ) + ( ÷ 6) + 12 =

To Do List: 1. Complete pgs 2. Answer Essential Question 3. Complete Math Journal Lesson 1.9

Lesson 1.10 Numerical Expressions
Lesson Objective: Write numerical expressions. Essential Question: How can you use a numerical expression to describe a situation?

Notes:

To Do List: 1. Complete pgs 2. Answer Essential Question 3. Add vocabulary words to notebook (pg. 43) 4. Complete Math Journal Lesson 1.10

Lesson 1.11 Evaluate Numerical Expressions
Lesson Objective: Use the order of operations to evaluate numerical expressions. Essential Question: In what order must operations be evaluated to find the solution to a problem?

Notes: (8 - 4) + 45 ÷ 9 x 3 =

To Do List: 1. Complete pgs 2. Answer Essential Question 3. Add vocabulary words to notebook (pg. 47) 4. Complete Math Journal Lesson 1.11

Lesson 1-11: Use your clicker to answer the following questions There are two questions today:

Lesson 1.12 Lesson Objective: Evaluate numerical expressions with parentheses, brackets, and braces. Essential Question: In what order must operations be evaluated to find a solution when there are parentheses within parentheses?

Notes: Hint: Remember to follow PEMDAS [35 - (5 + 6)] x 3 ÷ 9 =

To Do List: 1. Complete pgs 2. Answer Essential Question 3. Complete Math Journal Lesson 1.12