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Math Challenge!

Today is Tuesday, November 13, 2012. Agenda Notes Homework Reading : CR due Nov. 15 English : Questions 7-9 Math : Questions 5 and 6 Test Schedule Science : Nov. 13 English: Nov. 15 Reading: Nov. 15 Math: Nov. 16 Word Study: Nov. 16. Math Challenge!

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Math Challenge!

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1. Today is Tuesday, November 13, 2012 Agenda Notes Homework Reading: CR due Nov. 15 English: Questions 7-9 Math: Questions 5 and 6 Test Schedule Science: Nov. 13 English: Nov. 15 Reading: Nov. 15 Math: Nov. 16 Word Study: Nov. 16 Math Challenge! Wanda wants to have a test average of 90 on her four exams. On the first three tests she got scores of 84, 96, and 85. What does she need on the last test to reach her goal? Put your mind in gear before you put your tongue in action. • When you first come in the room: • Copy your agenda notes. • Complete the math challenge on a piece of scratch paper. • Take care of any morning needs. • Read quietly at your desk.

2. Math Challenge! Wanda wants to have a test average of 90 on her four exams. On the first three tests she got scores of 84, 96, and 85. What does she need on the last test to reach her goal? 95

3. “My Puppy Makes a Pizza” My puppy makes pizza. He bakes every day In a chef hat and apron he's quite the gourmet. He'll roll out some dough and he'll give it a toss, then spread on a generous topping of sauce. He'll heap it with cheeses and mountains of meat, but, still, it's not something you'd probably eat. For though he makes pizza with obvious flair, it all ends up covered with slobber and with hair. --Kenn Nesbitt

4. Word Study function infection tradition expectation constitution unify

5. function

6. Infection

8. expectation

9. constitution

10. unify

11. Word Study tension dimension expansion comprehension mission function

12. tension

13. dimension

14. expansion

15. comprehension

16. mission

17. function

18. Famous Native American - Red Cloud Red Cloud's War was the name the US Army gave to a series of conflicts fought with American Indian Plains tribes in the Wyoming and Montana territories. Red Cloud, was a war leader and a chief of the Oglala Lakota. He led as a chief from 1868 to 1909.

19. Famous Native American - Cochise Cochise was a chief of the Chokonen band of the Chiricahua Apache and the leader of many wars that began in 1861. Cochise County, Arizona is named after him.

20. Famous Native American - Squanto Tisquantum (better known as Squanto) (c. 1580s – November 1622) was a Patuxet. He was the Native American  who assisted the Pilgrims after their first winter in the New World and was integral to their survival.

21. Famous Native American - Crazy Horse Crazy Horse[was a Native American war leader of the Oglala Lakota. He took up arms against the U.S. Federal government to fight against encroachments on the territories and way of life of the Lakota people, including leading a war party to victory at the Battle of the Little Bighorn in June 1876.

22. Famous Native American - Sequoyah Sequoyah was a Cherokeesilversmith. In 1821 he completed his independent creation of a Cherokee syllabary, making reading and writing in Cherokee possible. This was the only time in recorded history that a member of a non-literate people independently created an effective writing system.[1][4] After seeing its worth, the people of the Cherokee Nation rapidly began to use his syllabary and officially adopted it in 1825. Their literacy rate quickly surpassed that of surrounding European-American settlers.

23. Famous Native American - Pocahontas Pocahontas (born Matoaka, and later known as Rebecca Rolfe, c. 1595 – March 1617) was a Virginia Indian[1][2] from the tribe of  Tsenacommacah . She developed a relationship with the colonial settlement at Jamestown, Virginia. In a well-known historical anecdote, she is said to have saved the life of an Indian captive, Englishman John Smith, in 1607 by placing her head upon his own when her father raised his war club to execute him. • Born: 1595, Virginia • Died: March 21, 1617, Gravesend • Parents: Chief Powhatan • Spouse: John Rolfe (m. 1614–1617), Kocoum (m. 1610–1613) • Children: Thomas Rolfe

24. Famous Native American - Sacagawea Sacagawea  was a Lemhi Shoshone woman, who accompanied the Lewis and Clark Expedition, acting as an interpreter and guide, in their exploration of the Western United States. She traveled thousands of miles from North Dakota to the Pacific Ocean between 1804 and 1806.. • Born: 1788, Salmon • Died: December 20, 1812, Fort Lisa • Spouse: Toussaint Charbonneau • Children: Jean Baptiste Charbonneau, Lizette Charbonneau

25. Matrix Chart

26. Making Connections

27. Tribal Books • We will type on Thursday. By then you should have the following: • Topic rough drafts (one for each topic) • Table of contents rough draft • Glossary rough draft • About the author rough drafts (one for each group member)

28. Sacred Writing TimeDid you come to class with an idea to write about?As soon as class starts, quietly make that pencil dance! It’s November 13. Today is “World Kindness Day.” How might you show kindness today? Trivial Fact of the Day: Pound for pound, wood is stronger than steel. Interesting Quote of the Day: “It takes courage to be creative. Just as soon as you have a new idea, you are a minority of one.” --E. Paul Torrance (American Psychologist and Author) Vocabulary Word of the Day: tedious (adjective) – use this word to describe a person or event that is boring or dull. Outside of school, what is the most tedious thing that you have to do? Could you write about it so that it sounds interesting?

29. Kelly will bargain with the salesman for the best deal on the red convertible.

30. Adjectives Comparative: Making a comparison between two nouns. Comparative Adjectives have an “er” added to the end of the adjective. Ex. Jack is taller than Jill. Superlative: Making a comparison of three or more nouns. Superlative Adjectives have an “est” added to the end of the adjective. Ex. John is the tallest of all.

31. Proper Adjectives If it’s a proper noun, it can become a proper adjective. What, you ask, is a proper noun? Think… think… the name of a noun is a proper noun. Ex. I went to China. (proper noun) I ate at a Chinese restaurant. (proper adjective)

32. Demonstrative Adjectives This, That, These, and Those I know… I know… LOOK FAMILIAR? If one of these words is used before a noun or a pronoun, it’s an adjective. Classify, people. Classify.

33. On a side note… Using strong adjectives as well as abstract nouns help to develop a good character.

34. Test • Complete the Test • Turn the test in •  Be happy the test is over

35. 12:00-12:45 --- Activity • 12:45-1:15 --- Lunch • 1:15-1:45 --- Recess/Bathroom 12:00-1:45

36. Math

37. The LCD

38. Give me a… What’s it stand for? Greatest Common Factor G C F

39. Do you remember the GCF? 18: 1, 2, 3, 6, 9, 18 27: 1, 3, 9, 27 The GCF, or greatest common factor of 18 and 27 is 9.

40. Give me an… What’s it stand for? Least Common Multiple L C M

41. Do you remember the LCM? So, the LCM of 6 and 8 is 24. 6 6, 12, 18, 24, 30, 36, 42, 48, 54, 60 8 8, 16, 24, 32, 40, 48, 56

42. Give me an… Say what? Oh… well, let’s learn about the L C D now! L C D

43. LCD stands for… Least Common Denominator The number on the bottom! 2 5 1 8 Now, which one was the denominator?

44. Now we must blend our knowledge… How can we link the term “least common multiple” with the term “Least Common Denominator”? Hmmm…When we listed the multiples of two or numbers that we were comparing, the least common multiple was the smallest number found in both or all the lists! So, I bet the LCD works like that with fractions!

45. Guided Practice Let’s find the LCD! 2 5 Multiples of the denominator: 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50 The LCD of 2/5 and 1/8 is 40. 1 8 Multiples of the denominator: 8, 16, 24, 32, 40, 48, 56, 64, 72, 80 So, what is the LCD or Least Common Denominator (use LCD when referring to fractions)?

46. Guided Practice LCD Practice Again! 3 4 2 3

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