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  1. Bell RingerMONDAY

  2. $234.08 Bell RingerMONDAY 10557

  3. Supplies needed for Math: 2 Folders Paper Pencils Spiral

  4. 4 Step Problem Solving Plan Place a copy of the plan and grading rubric in your notebook. You must follow this format when you complete your problem of the week (POTW) and daily quiz.

  5. 4 Step Problem Solving Sara bought two pairs of shoes. The regular price of each pair was $108. With the purchase of one pair of shoes at regular price, the second pair was half price. How much did Sara pay altogether for the two pairs of shoes?

  6. Sara bought two pairs of shoes. The regular price of each pair was $108. With the purchase of one pair of shoes at regular price, the second pair was half price. How much did Sara pay altogether for the two pairs of shoes? How much did Sara pay for one pair of shoes at regular price and one pair at half price? Regular: $108 1 pair regular 1 pair half of regular bought 2 pairs of shoes To find the cost of shoes when they are half price, I multiplied the regular price of $108 by ½. This gave me a cost of $54. To find the cost for both pairs of shoes, I added $108 and $54 for a total cost of $162. Sara paid $162 for one pair of shoes at regular price and one pair at half price.

  7. Get Up!! Get Up!! Quiz David and his brother are going to the movies. The price of the ticket is $7.50 per person. They buy 2 drinks that cost $2.75 each. How much money did they spend at the movies? Get Up!! Get Up!!

  8. David and his brother are going to the movies. The price of the ticket is $7.50 per person. They buy 2 drinks that cost $2.75 each. How much money did they spend at the movies? $7.50 per ticket 2 tickets $2.75 per drink 2 drinks How much money did they spend? Since each ticket is $7.50, and they buy 2 tickets, I multiplied $7.50 by 2. This gave a total ticket cost of $15. I multiplied $2.75 by 2 to get the cost for 2 drinks. I added the total ticket cost and the total drink together for the total amount of money spent. David and his brother spent $20.50 in all.

  9. Procedures • Entering the Classroom • Wait until everyone from the previous class has left the classroom. • Walk quietly to your seat. • Get your materials out, and begin working the Bell Ringer. • If you don’t have your materials, GET MATERIALS FROM A FRIEND BEFORE CLASS BEGINS! • If you are tardy, you risk not having enough time to complete your Bell Ringer and you will not receive full credit! • Leaving the Classroom • 1. Make sure the desks are in order. • 2. Pick up all trash off the floor. • 3. Get all of your belongings. • 4. Stay seated until Mrs. Lee dismisses you (not the bell) • 5. Quietly exit the room.

  10. All About Me Begin by selecting the appropriate figure. Write your birthday (day number only) on the front of the shirt. Color the shirt your favorite color. Make it one solid color. Include your hair color. Color the eyes with your eye color. Place an item that represents something you like in your dominant hand. Cut the figure out. On the back, include your full name (Devin Lee) and full birth date (3/11/78).

  11. Procedures • Turning in Homework (class work from previous day) • Have your homework complete and ready to discuss. • Take your work to your seat. • 4. If you don’t have your work (or it is not complete), sign the infraction form (1 point for no homework). • Turning in Assignments • 1. The first day of every week, you will receive an assignment packet. This packet is due by the end of the day on Friday. • 2. Make sure your name is on your work. • 3. Turn your work into the tray labeled with your class period. • 4. 15 points will be deducted if the assignment is turned in on the following Monday. • 5. Assignment Recovery will be assigned and 15 points will be deducted if you do not turn in your assignment by the following Monday. You will sign the infraction form and lose incentive points.

  12. Speed Test 1. Get a dry erase marker. 2. Get a speed test and turn it over so you cannot see the problems. You have 1 minute to complete as many problems as you can. If you finish early, put your dry erase marker down and wait quietly. 5. Graph your results (in pencil). Keep the graph in your notebook. 6. We will do this every day!

  13. Procedures Before Class 1. Have pencils sharpened and materials out. 2. Get your homework checked off. 3. Turn in any assignments. 4. Begin working the bell ringer problems. (Grade 4 minutes after the bell) 5. Prepare for 1 question quiz (given every day – 5 minutes) During Class 1. Raise your hand to ask questions or for permission to get up. 2. Keep inside voices. 3. Respect EVERYONE in the classroom. 4. Be willing to try. 5. Take good, helpful notes. 6. Always participate. 7. Use your time wisely and work diligently.

  14. Procedures Heading your Paper 1. In the top left-hand corner, write your first and last name. 2. Under your name, write the class name and period number. 3. Across from your name, write the date of the assignment. 4. If you were absent, write the date you were absent in the top right-hand corner. Working Problems 1. Work ALL assignments on notebook paper (unless told otherwise). 2. Circle the problem numbers. 3. BOX and HIGHLIGHT your answers. 4. Work problems down the page. 5. Do ALL work in pencil. 6. Show ALL of your work. NO WORK= NO CREDIT

  15. Procedures • Getting Assignments when Absent • Look at the Assignment section on the chalkboard. • Ask a friend what you missed! • Look in your class period’s folder for assignments missed. • Ask Mrs. Lee for Absence Work if needed. • Turning in Work when Absent • 1. In the top right-hand corner on your work, put the date you were absent. • 2. The day you return from being absent, turn in any work in the basket labeled “Absent Work.” • 3. For each day you are absent, you will have 1 day to turn in your make-up work. • 4. Any assignments handed out prior to your absence are due on the given date.

  16. Procedures Correcting Assignments and Tests 1. All Tests with a grade below a 90 must be corrected. 2. All Assignments with a grade below a 70 must be corrected. 3. Corrections must be done on an IMTQB form. NO WORK=NO CREDIT 4. Corrections must be turned in by the due date. 5. You will sign the infraction form for any corrections not turned in by the due date.

  17. Weekly Assignment Each problem must have: Question highlighted or rewritten in a complete sentence Clear work Justification written in a complete sentence using correct spelling and punctuation. Correct Answer Format: Worked down the page Completed on appropriate paper Legible Answer boxed with label (if any) DUE: Friday Turn in Monday: 15 points off, sign form Don’t Turn in Monday: 30 points off, sign incentive form & go to Assignment Recovery!

  18. Bell RingerTUESDAY • 126 X 16 • 2,016 ÷ 48 • 67,754 + 5,083 + 28,697 • 90,162 – 7,084

  19. Bell RingerTUESDAY • 126 X 16= • 2,016 ÷ 48= • 67,754 + 5,083 + 28,697= • 90,162 – 7,084= 2016 42 101,534 83,078

  20. Quiz TUESDAY A baseball stadium can hold 48,325 people. What would a team’s attendance be is the team sold out all 81 of its home games? Get Up!! Get Up!!

  21. A baseball stadium can hold 48,325 people. What would a team’s attendance be is the team sold out all 81 of its home games? How many people would attend all 81 games? Stadium holds 48,325 people Sold out 81 games To find out how many people would attend all 81 games, I multiplied 48,325 times 81 and got a product of 3,914,325. 48325 x 81 48325 + 3866000 3,914,325 A total of 3,914,325 people would attend all 81 games.

  22. Speed Test 1. Get a speed test, marker, and eraser. 2. Make sure your marker works! You have 1 minute to complete as many problems as you can. 4. Graph your results. Keep the graph in your notebook. 5. We will do this every day.

  23. Bell RingerWEDNESDAY • Determine the greatest common factor of 28 and 36. • Determine the greatest common factor of 36 and 48.

  24. Bell RingerWED • factors of 28 :1, 2, 4, 7, 14, 28 • factors of 36: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 9, 12, 18, 36 • 2) factors of 36: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 9, 12, 18, 36 • factors of 48: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, 16, 24, 48

  25. Quiz WEDNESDAY Amanda is making brownies. She uses 3 tablespoons of butter for every 12 brownies. If Amanda wants to make 96 brownies, how many tablespoons of butter will she need? Get Up!! Get Up!!

  26. Amanda is making brownies. She uses 3 tablespoons of butter for every 12 brownies. If Amanda wants to make 96 brownies, how many tablespoons of butter will she need? How many tablespoons of butter will Amanda need for 96 brownies? 3 tablespoons butter for every 12 brownies Wants to make 96 brownies I set up a proportion for 3tbsp of butter for every 12 brownies. I then multiplied by a scale factor of 12 to get an equivalent fraction of 24/96. 3 tbsp butter 12 brownies Amanda will use 24 tablespoons of butter to make 96 brownies.

  27. Speed Test 1. Get a speed test, marker, and eraser. 2. Make sure your marker works! You have 1 minute to complete as many problems as you can. 4. Graph your results. Keep the graph in your notebook. 5. We will do this every day.

  28. Bell RingerTHURSDAY Convert each mixed number to an improper fraction.

  29. Bell RingerTHURS Convert each mixed number to an improper fraction.

  30. Quiz THURSDAY The distance from Rachel to Courtney is 6.43 meters. The distance from Rachel to Kevin is 12.9 meters. If Courtney is between Rachel and Kevin, what is the distance from Kevin to Courtney? Get Up!! Get Up!!

  31. The distance from Rachel to Courtney is 6.43 meters. The distance from Rachel to Kevin is 12.9 meters. If Courtney is between Rachel and Kevin, what is the distance from Kevin to Courtney? How many meters are between Kevin and Courtney? 6.43 m between Rachel & Courtney 12.9m between Kevin & Courtney Courtney is between Rachel & Kevin I drew a picture to see the location of each person. Since there is 12.9 meters between Rachel and Kevin, and Courtney is between them, I subtracted the distance between Rachel and Courtney from the distance between Rachel and Kevin. Rachel 6.43m Courtney Rachel 12.9m Kevin • 12.90m • 6.43m • 6.47m There are 6.47 meters between Kevin and Courtney.

  32. Speed Test 1. Get a speed test, marker, and eraser. 2. Make sure your marker works! You have 1 minute to complete as many problems as you can. 4. Graph your results. Keep the graph in your notebook. 5. We will do this every day.

  33. 361 • 19 X 19 • 121 X 17 • 134 X 145 Bell RingerFRIDAY 2057 19430

  34. Quiz FRIDAY For a particular amusement park ride, there were 17 lines with 234 people in each line. How many people were waiting for the ride? Get Up!! Get Up!!

  35. For a particular amusement park ride, there were 17 lines with 234 people in each line. How many people were waiting for the ride? How many people were waiting in line for the ride? 17 lines 234 people in each line 234 X 17 1638 2340 3978 3,978 people were waiting for the ride, because I multiplied 234 by 17 to find the product.