I have just updated the exponents section. I put in that section a link to help with understanding exponents. I hope students are using their etexts.
Tuesday September 3, 2013
To help reach all students who may or may not be struggling I have put on each students desk a series of cards. The green card indicates that they understand everything. The yellow card means they understand but they just have to have something clarified. The red card means that they need help. As we go throughout the class I am moving around the room trying to reach all the students that are having difficulty.
Posted Sep 2, 2013, 12:19 PM by Rich Dooley
ExponentsAbove is a link that I hope will work. This is from the electronic math book. If that doesnt work at home I will try to allow some time for students to work in class on this. I think this will help with students understanding exponents.
Posted Sep 2, 2013, 12:13 PM by Rich Dooley
Electronic Text Books
I have given each student a username and password to access their text book on-line. They also have access to their workbook on-line as well. These resources have extra help resources located within the text book and workbook. If you have any questions about these resources please feel free to let me know. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted Aug 21, 2013, 4:25 AM by Rich Dooley
August 21, 2013
Today in class we will be completing practice book page P3. This assignment will be completed in class. I will also be assigning a reteach page R1. This reteach page is designed to make sure that students understand the concepts up to this point. We will be discussing in class what the relationships are from ones to tens to hundreds. I will be explaining that each place value position is 10 times greater than the next. I will also be explaining that moving from a greater place value position to a lesser place value position that we can move down by 1/10.
Posted Aug 21, 2013, 10:04 AM by Rich Dooley
New to Homework in 5th Grade
Homework will be assigned on most days. Generally work that we don't get finished in class will typically be assigned as homework.
Posted Aug 21, 2013, 4:15 AM by Rich Dooley