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# Wednesday, October 24th

Wednesday, October 24th. AGENDA: 1 – Bell Ringer 2 – Metric System 3 – Exit Ticket Announcements 2.5 pts of extra credit for coming for tutoring after school (up to 5 times / week). Today’s Goal: Students will be able to convert between metric units. Homework Metric Conversions

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## Wednesday, October 24th

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1. Wednesday, October 24th AGENDA: 1 – Bell Ringer 2 – Metric System 3 – Exit Ticket Announcements 2.5 pts of extra credit for coming for tutoring after school (up to 5 times / week) Today’s Goal: Students will be able to convert between metric units. Homework • Metric Conversions (p. 12 problems 1-4)

2. Wednesday, October 24th Objective: Students will be able to convert between metric units. Bell Ringer(p. 15): • If you are moving 3 m/s for 3s how far do you travels?? • What are the purpose of units? • How long do you study for this class on a daily basis? Have your homework out (page 7-8 and classroom materials) in preparation for a stamp.

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4. Wednesday, October 24th Objective: Students will be able to convert between metric units. Bell Ringer(p. 15): • If you are moving 3 m/s for 3s how far do you travels?? • What are the purpose of units? • How long do you study for this class on a daily basis? Have your homework out (page 7-8 and classroom materials) in preparation for a stamp.

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6. Wednesday, October 24th Objective: Students will be able to convert between metric units. Bell Ringer(p. 15): • If you are moving 3 m/s for 3s how far do you travels?? • What are the purpose of units? • How long do you study for this class on a daily basis? Have your homework out (page 7-8 and classroom materials) in preparation for a stamp.

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8. Wednesday, October 24th Objective: Students will be able to convert between metric units. Bell Ringer(p. 15): • If you are moving 3 m/s for 3s how far do you travels?? • What are the purpose of units? • How long do you study for this class on a daily basis? Have your homework out (page 7-8 and classroom materials) in preparation for a stamp.

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10. Wednesday, October 24th Objective: Students will be able to convert between metric units. Bell Ringer(p. 15): • If you are moving 3 m/s for 3s how far do you travels?? • What are the purpose of units? • How long do you study for this class on a daily basis? Have your homework out (page 7-8 and classroom materials) in preparation for a stamp.

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12. Wednesday, October 24th Objective: Students will be able to convert between metric units. Bell Ringer(p. 15): • If you are moving 3 m/s for 3s how far do you travels?? • What are the purpose of units? • How long do you study for this class on a daily basis? Have your homework out (page 7-8 and classroom materials) in preparation for a stamp.

13. BELL-RINGER TIME IS UP!

14. Wednesday, October 24th Objective: Students will be able to convert between metric units. Bell Ringer(p. 15): • If you are moving 3 m/s for 3s how far do you travels?? • What are the purpose of units? • How long do you study for this class on a daily basis? Have your homework out (page 7-8 and classroom materials) in preparation for a stamp.

15. Wednesday, October 24th AGENDA: 1 – Bell Ringer 2 – Metric System 3 – Exit Ticket Announcements 2.5 pts of extra credit for coming for tutoring after school (up to 5 times / week) Today’s Goal: Students will be able to convert between metric units. Homework • Metric Conversions (p. 12 problems 1-4)

16. Shout Outs Period 5 – Karen Robinson

17. Homework Metric Conversions (p. 12-13)

18. Week 6 Weekly Agenda Monday 10/22 – Mini Quiz # 3 Tuesday 10/23 – Velocity Time Graphs Wednesday 10/24 – Metric System Thursday 10/25 – Metric System Lab Friday 10/26 – Quiz 4

19. CHAMPS for October 24th C – Conversation – No talking unless directed H – Help – RAISE HAND for questions A – Activity – Solving metrics problems M – Materials and Movement – Pen/Pencil, Paper. Stay in seats at all times unless directed. P – Participation – Take Notes, work problems S – Success – Understand the metric system.

20. Metric System (p. 10)

21. Metric System (p. 10) Deci Centi Milli

22. Metric System (p. 10) Kilo Hecto Deka Deci Centi Milli

23. Metric System (p. 10) Kilo (k) 1000 Hecto (h) 100 Deka (dk) 10 Deci (d) 1/10 1 Centi (c) 1/100 Milli (m) 1/1000

24. Metric System (p. 10) The letters are the prefixes that are added to the base unit Kilo (k) 1000 Hecto (h) 100 Deka (dk) 10 Deci (d) 1/10 1 Centi (c) 1/100 Milli (m) 1/1000 The numbers tell us how many base units are found in that unit

25. Metric System (p. 10) The letters are the prefixes that are added to the base unit Kilo (k) 1000 Hecto (h) 100 Deka (dk) 10 Deci (d) 1/10 1 Centi (c) 1/100 Meters (m) Grams (g) Liters (L) Seconds (s) Milli (m) 1/1000 The numbers tell us how many base units are found in that unit

26. Metric System (p. 10) Try these conversions: 1000 mg = ________ g 1 L = _________ mL 160 cm = __________ mm km = __________ m 109 g = ___________ kg 250 m = __________ km

27. Metric System (p. 10) Try these conversions: 1000 mg = ________ g 1 L = _________ mL 160 cm = __________ mm km = __________ m 109 g = ___________ kg 250 m = __________ km 1. If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end.

28. Metric System (p. 10) Try these conversions: 1000. mg = ________ g 1. L = _________ mL 160. cm = __________ mm 14. km = __________ m 109. g = ___________ kg 250. m = __________ km 1. If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end.

29. Metric System (p. 10) Try these conversions: 1000. mg = ________ g 1. L = _________ mL 160. cm = __________ mm 14. km = __________ m 109. g = ___________ kg 250. m = __________ km If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end. To go to another unit count the number of steps (and the direction) you need to take and move the decimal point accordingly.

30. Metric System (p. 10) The letters are the prefixes that are added to the base unit Kilo (k) 1000 Hecto (h) 100 Deka (dk) 10 Deci (d) 1/10 1 Centi (c) 1/100 Meters (m) Grams (g) Liters (L) Seconds (s) Milli (m) 1/1000 The numbers tell us how many base units are found in that unit

31. Metric System (p. 10) The letters are the prefixes that are added to the base unit Kilo (k) 1000 Hecto (h) 100 Deka (dk) 10 Deci (d) 1/10 1 Centi (c) 1/100 Meters (m) Grams (g) Liters (L) Seconds (s) Milli (m) 1/1000 The numbers tell us how many base units are found in that unit

32. Metric System (p. 10) mg to g is 3 steps left Try these conversions: 1000. mg = ________ g 1. L = _________ mL 160. cm = __________ mm 14. km = __________ m 109. g = ___________ kg 250. m = __________ km If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end. To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph

33. Metric System (p. 10) mg to g is 3 steps left Try these conversions: 1000. mg = 1000. 1. L = _________ mL 160. cm = __________ mm 14. km = __________ m 109. g = ___________ kg 250. m = __________ km If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end. To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph

34. Metric System (p. 10) 1 step left Try these conversions: 1000. mg = 100. 1. L = _________ mL 160. cm = __________ mm 14. km = __________ m 109. g = ___________ kg 250. m = __________ km If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end. To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph

35. Metric System (p. 10) 2 steps left Try these conversions: 1000. mg = 10. 1. L = _________ mL 160. cm = __________ mm 14. km = __________ m 109. g = ___________ kg 250. m = __________ km If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end. To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph

36. Metric System (p. 10) 3 steps left Try these conversions: 1000. mg = 1 1. L = _________ mL 160. cm = __________ mm 14. km = __________ m 109. g = ___________ kg 250. m = __________ km If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end. To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph

37. Metric System (p. 10) 3 steps left Try these conversions: 1000. mg = 1 g 1. L = _________ mL 160. cm = __________ mm 14. km = __________ m 109. g = ___________ kg 250. m = __________ km If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end. To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph

38. Metric System (p. 10) The letters are the prefixes that are added to the base unit Kilo (k) 1000 Hecto (h) 100 Deka (dk) 10 Deci (d) 1/10 1 Centi (c) 1/100 Meters (m) Grams (g) Liters (L) Seconds (s) Milli (m) 1/1000 The numbers tell us how many base units are found in that unit

39. Metric System (p. 10) mg to g is 3 steps left L to mL is 3 steps to the right Try these conversions: 1000. mg = 1. g 1. L = _________ mL 160. cm = __________ mm 14. km = __________ m 109. g = ___________ kg 250. m = __________ km If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end. To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph

40. Metric System (p. 10) mg to g is 3 steps left L to mL is 3 steps to the right Try these conversions: 1000. mg = 1 g 1 L = 1. 160. cm = __________ mm 14. km = __________ m 109. g = ___________ kg 250. m = __________ km If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end. To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph

41. Metric System (p. 10) mg to g is 3 steps left Try these conversions: 1000. mg = 1 g1 L = 10. 160. cm = __________ mm 14. km = __________ m 109. g = ___________ kg 250. m = __________ km If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end. To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph 1 step

42. Metric System (p. 10) mg to g is 3 steps left Try these conversions: 1000. mg = 1 g1L = 100. 160. cm = __________ mm 14. km = __________ m 109. g = ___________ kg 250. m = __________ km If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end. To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph 2 steps

43. Metric System (p. 10) mg to g is 3 steps left Try these conversions: 1000. mg = 1 g1 L = 1000. 160. cm = __________ mm 14. km = __________ m 109. g = ___________ kg 250. m = __________ km If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end. To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph 3 steps

44. Metric System (p. 10) mg to g is 3 steps left Try these conversions: 1000. mg = 1 g1 L = 1000 mL 160. cm = __________ mm 14. km = __________ m 109. g = ___________ kg 250. m = __________ km If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end. To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph 3 steps

45. Metric System (p. 10) Try these conversions: 160. cm = __________ mm 14. km = __________ m 109. g = ___________ kg 250. m = __________ km If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end. To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph

46. Metric System (p. 10) Try these conversions: cm to mm is 1 step right 160. cm = __________ mm 14. km = __________ m 109. g = ___________ kg 250. m = __________ km If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end. To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph

47. Metric System (p. 10) Try these conversions: cm to mm is 1 step right 160. cm = 1600 mm 14. km = __________ m 109. g = ___________ kg 250. m = __________ km If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end. To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph

48. Metric System (p. 10) Try these conversions: 14. km = __________ m 109. g = ___________ kg 250. m = __________ km If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end. To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph

49. Metric System (p. 10) Try these conversions: 14. km = 14000. m 109. g = ___________ kg 250. m = __________ km If you don’t see the decimal place put it at the end. To go to a bigger unit move leftward the number of steps from the graph

50. Metric System (p. 10) The letters are the prefixes that are added to the base unit Kilo (k) 1000 Hecto (h) 100 Deka (dk) 10 Deci (d) 1/10 1 Centi (c) 1/100 Meters (m) Grams (g) Liters (L) Seconds (s) Milli (m) 1/1000 The numbers tell us how many base units are found in that unit

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