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Flipped Mathematics

Please view the following videos on the dates posted. Complete the WSQCC(PI). The WSQCC or WSQCCPI should be in your Math Notebook. When you are done viewing the video, select the math blog link. When you are at the Math Class Blog Site, indicate how many times you watched the video, if you re-watched sections, and if you have any questions about the content. Also, post any extension questions  or Ah! Ha! moments you had.

Week of October 7th

Go to the following link. After viewing the link, complete the WSQCCPI (Watch, Summarize, Question/Comment/Connect, ProveIt). Do this in your Math Spiral Notebook. We will not blog this time.

Go to the following link. After viewing the link, complete the WSQCCPI (Watch, Summarize, Question/Comment/Connect, ProveIt). Do this in your Math Spiral Notebook. We will not blog this time.

Subtracting fractions with unlike denominators

Go to the following link. After viewing the link, complete the WSQCCPI (Watch, Summarize, Question/Comment/Connect, ProveIt). In the ProveIt section, write your own story problem involving adding fractions with unlike denominators. Do this in your Math Spiral Notebook. We will not blog this time.

Week of October 14th

Fractions, Decimals, and Percent

Go to the following site. This is an interesting interactive review of fractions, decimals, and percents. Use the buttons on the top to manipulate the grid. Try to discover all the different ways you change the grid. Use the trash button. What happens? Change the number of colors. Turn over the ? buttons. Change the grid from an array of 100 to a pie or circle chart. If unsure, use the tutorial and help buttons on the top right.

Complete a WSQCC (no PI this time) in your Math Spiral. Be ready to share what you discovered.

Fractions, Decimals, Percents

More Working with fractions, decimals, and percent

Go to the following link. After viewing the link, complete the WSQCCPI (Watch, Summarize, Question/Comment/Connect, ProveIt). Fro the ProveIt part of your reflection, create a story problem where you have to find percent. Complete this in your Math Spiral Notebook.

Finding a percent

Week of October 21st

Let's Multiply with Fractions

This week we will begin blogging. Please go to Flipped Math Google Classroom to enter your comment/question. You need to check back because you must respond to at least one student.

Multiplying Two Fractions (WSQCCPI; blog)

What is a reciprocal? If you don't understand the negative fraction example, don't worry. (WSQCC; blog)

Week of November 4th
Dividing with Fractions: Word Problems
Watch the video; summarize the main points or takaways from the video.
Complete the Practice exercise (find the link on the left-side).

Complete at least two of the following.
Practicing Volume (watch and take notes or ask questions in your Math Spiral)
More Practicing Volume (watch and take notes or ask questions in your Math Spiral)
Even More Practicing Volume (watch and take notes or ask questions in your Math Spiral)
Khan Practice Activity (Complete online only)

Decimal Decisions

Million Dollar Project: Stock Market