This week we are going to learn about converting time, capacity and volume, identifying place value and exploring exponents
Success Criteria – you will know you have been successful when:
# You can convert normal time to 24 hour time
# Select the best container for the job
# Find the place value of given numbers
# Identify and explain what an exponent actually is.
This week we are going to learn about 3D shapes, area & perimeter and ordering decimals.
Key Success Criteria- you will know you have been successful when:
# You can match the net to the 3D shape.
# You can identify a vertices, face and edge.
# You can calculate the area and or perimeter of a shape.
# You can order decimals (ascending & decending)
Net – 3D Shapes
Area & Perimeter
Today we are going to investigate Tangrams.
Success Criteria – You will know you have been successful when:
# You can identify how many pieces are in a standard tangram pack.
# You can construct the animals in the pictures.
# You can critique the learning tasks and rank them from 1-4 and state why.
Tangrams – Maths is Fun!
Tangrams – Harder
Types of Angles
Adding & Subtracting Fractions
Today we are going to investigate the Unit Price
Success Criteria – By the end of this session:
# You will be able to define the meaning of the unit price
# Identify the Unit Price
Defining the Unit Price
Unit Price Game
Unit Price Quiz
Reflections on Learning Tasks
Which task or tasks did you find help you understand this concept.
Lesson with Teacher
This week we are investigating Roman Numerals and Mean, Median, Mode and Range
Success Criteria: By the end of this week
# You will be able to identify Roman Numerals 1-100
You will be able to find the Mean, Median, Mode and Range
Roman Numerals – The Basics
Advanced Roman Numerals
Mean (Average), Median and Mode
Mean, Median, Mode and Range – tasks
Today we are going to learn about 24 hour time
By the end of the lesson you will be able to:
# Convert normal time to 24 hour time
Facts about time
The Earth is spinning around its axis. At the equator, the Earth’s surface moves 40,000 kilometers in 24 hours. That is a speed of about 1040 miles/hr (1670 km/hr or 0.5 km/sec). This is calculated by dividing the circumference of the Earth at the equator (about 24,900 miles or 40,070 km) by the number of hours in a day (24). As you move toward either pole, this speed decreases to almost zero (since the circumference of the spinning circle at the extreme latitudes approaches zero).
Can you convert between 12-hour and 24-hour time
Time Tools with Teacher
Can you make the time on a digital clock the same as the time on a clock with hands? This is the place to try.
Time Tools 2
Which task did you think was the most educational and why?
24 Hour Time
24 Hour Quiz
Today we are going to learn about angles different kinds of angles.
By the end of the lesson you will be able to:
# Identify the angle and name the degrees
Defining the Angles
Types of Angles
VIDEO Right Angle Symmetry
Which angle do you prefer and why?
Which angle measures 90 degrees?
Which angles are bigger than an obtuse angle?
Your thoughts or questions about angles.
Blog Learning Activities
Studyladder – Angles
Training > Multi-player > 2 Player > Select Topic
Today we are going to explore using data in everyday situations
# identify the probability of particular events (teacher)
# Reflect on your learning -presenting data on a bar chart (blog)
Tasks to reinforce Learning
Link for video – just in-case you can’t see all of the video.
Healthy Lunch Survey
1a) Which task did you find the most educational and why?
Today we are going to do a probability experiment using coins.
Key Success Criteria
# You will make predictions and record your answers
Tasks # Ms Johnson / Blog & Reflections / Grid Book / TM5 Money&Data -> Data
Introduction to Probability
What are the Chances?
Ms Johnson –
Random or Not?
Game 1 Level 1-
Game 2 Level 2
Fair or Unfair?
Game 3 Level 3
Foul Food, Dice Duels
Which game was the most educational and why?
Which game did you enjoy the most and why?
Which levels did you try? What did you discover about the levels?
Reflection on results – were your predictions right? Why/Why not?
Today you are going to learn how to read, write and use decimal numbers.
# Participate in all lessons: Blog/Grid/Ms Johnson/TM5 Fractions & Decimals > Order Decimals
#Complete reflections on your learning in comments: Ms Johnson/Blog
Let’s review the Decimal Place Value Chart
T oday you are going to learn how to read and write decimal numbers onto a number line.
See that numbers behave the same, whether they are 1,2,3, or 10,20,30, or 0.01,0.02,0.03.
Level 2 BattleShip > Play Game > Decimals
Help a frog to jump along a number line. Add multiples of hundredths to a starting number (or subtract them from it). Then estimate where the frog will finish on the line. For example, 1.72 + (11 x 0.07) = 2.49.
Reflections on Learning
Which game did you like the most and why?
Which game didn’t help develop your understanding of the concept?
Which task did you find you gained the most knowledge from? Why?
Blog Games/ Grid/ Ms Johnson, Video & Discussion/ TM5 Fractions & Decimals
Learning Intention: Today you are going to learn how to order decimals.
Key Success Criteria: # Definite the Term – Ordering Decimals
# Engage with the video (watch it several times) participate in the lesson with a whiteboard.
# Play the games # Reflect on your learning
The word “Decimal” really means “based on 10” (From Latin
decima: a tenth part).
We sometimes say “decimal” when we mean anything to do with our numbering system, but a “Decimal Number” usually means there is a Decimal Point.
We can think of a decimal number as a whole number plus tenths, hundredths, etc:
Example 1: What is 2.3 ?
On the left side is “2”, that is the whole number part.
The 3 is in the “tenths” position, meaning “3 tenths”, or 3/10
So, 2.3 is “2 and 3 tenths”
Example 2: What is 13.76 ?
On the left side is “13”, that is the whole number part.
There are two digits on the right side, the 7 is in the “tenths” position, and the 6 is the “hundredths” position
So, 13.76 is “13 and 7 tenths and 6 hundredths”
Could you imagine a decimal such as 0.6 represented in other ways? Try it and see.
We’ll give you a decimal. You then adjust two other things – either of which could be a dial, pie chart, number line, fraction, grid (array) or counting frame – to match it.
Level 2 Decimal Ordering Game
Learning Intention – today you will learn the difference between the 3 M’s and be able to find the mean, median and mode.
Mean, Median and Mode