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1 Homeroom: you have a new schedule on your desk, it may or may not have changed. Follow the new one if anything changed.Todays ScheduleHome Room 8:10-8:303rd Period 8:34-9:245th Period 9:28-10:186th Period 10:22-11:124th Period 11:16 – 12:517th Period 12:55-1:451st Period 1:49- 2:392nd Period 2:43-3:30
2 Bear time 8/10/15 Define the following in your own words: Divisible by Even numberFactorPrime numberComposite numberYou will have 6 minutes from the time the bell rings to finish.The white board to the right shows you how to format your paper.(Do not forget to write down your homework from the board to your left.)
3 Some Textbook definitions. Divisible by: When a number is divided by another number and the remainder is 0.Even number: A multiple of 2. When you divide an even number by 2, the remainder is 0.Factor: One of two or more whole numbers that are multiplied to get a product.Prime number: A number with exactly two factors, 1 and the number itself.Composite number: A whole number with factors other than itself and 1
4 Factor Game You will be playing a math game against your partner. Log in is initials and then lunch numberPassword is birthdate. mm/dd/yy
5 B week schedule Do NOT play with the active response clickers on your desk. Home Room 8:10-8:303rd Period 8:34-9:245th Period 9:28-10:186th Period 10:22-11:124th Period 11:16 – 12:517th Period 12:55-1:451st Period 1:49- 2:392nd Period 2:43-3:30
6 Bear Time 8/11/15 Do NOT play with the active response clickers on your desk. Get out your homework from last night and check your answers.Factors of 30 are: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 10, 15, 30Factors of 48 are :1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, 16, 24, 48Factors of 54 are: 1, 2, 3, 6, 9, 18, 27, 54Factors of 60 are:1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, 12, 15, 20, 30, 60I will be walking around checking to see if you did you homework. (so everyone needs to have it out where I can see.)Make sure you write down tonight's homework.
8 Locker instructions for today You may purchase a locker today at the end of the hall near Mr. Clutters class.You must have 6$ in exact change or check.They will give you a receipt to bring to me.I will give you a locker card and you will sign a sheet showing what locker is yours.You will then find your birthdate in your agenda and write your locker number and combination on that date in your agenda. This is an easy place for you to find your locker number and combination in case you forget.You may only go into the hall and practice opening your locker after you have put your locker number and combination in your agenda. My lockers are all just before or just after Ms. Parkers class.)We will not start using them until Monday of next week. (Do NOT put anything in your locker today.)
9 Bear Time 8/12/15Use the worksheet your teacher will provide to find the GCFHint (If you did your homework last night have it out. You will find it helpful.)You have 12 minutes from the late bell to finish. (If you did your homework last night this should not be a problem)
11 Finding GCF using upside down birthday cake method 1) Find the GCF for 56 and 842) Find the GCF for 63 and 813) Find the GCF for 90 and 654) Find the GCF for 72 and 96
12 Find the GCF for each problem using both the upside down birthday cake and one other method,(t-chart or rainbow) then tell which one was faster.30 and 4036 and 4816 and 2428 and 49
13 Bear Time 8/13/15 Have your homework out so when Bear time is over we can check it. find the GCF of 16 and 24 using any method.find the GCF of 11 and 5 using any methodIs 12,231 divisible by 3? How do you know?
14 Check your Homework222l 18 l 24 l 9 l 12 3 l 4 2 x 3 = 6 GCF = 6 l 12 l 32 l 6 l 16 l 3 l 8 2 x 2 =4 GCF = 4 l 30 l 36 l15 l 18 5l 6332
15 Bear TimeI take up your Bear times every Friday. Have all the Bear times for the week sitting on your desk. (This week we only did Bear time on Monday and Thursday.)Starting today I will be stamping your agenda that you wrote down what was under the Homework sign on my front board. Make sure your agenda is on your desk for me to sign.You need to remove everything else from the top of your desk except for your Agenda, Bear Time, scratch paper and something to write with.When you are finished with your quiz give it to your teacher and then come and get your assignment from yesterday out of the plastic basket.
16 If you finish all other assignments try and see if you can solve these more challenging GCF problems. (You may use any method.)Challenging GCF problems1. 63, 84, 1262. 39, 65, 1823. 110, 132, 1764. 168, 210, 2385. 70, 147, 175, 2806. 68, 102, 136, 1537. Fruit Baskets: A school is preparing fruit baskets for a local nursing home. There are 162 apples, 108 oranges, and 180 bananas. If the baskets are identical and there is no leftover fruit, what is the greatest number of baskets that can be made? Challenge: How many apples, oranges, and bananas are in each basket?