• Bayou View Middle School – Weekly Lesson Plans - Lesson Plans Are Subject to Change Based on Students’ Needs
    Teacher:  Borchardt/Bellanger/Fisher/Kitch
    Week of January 30- February 3
    Subject:  Math 6    
    Classroom News/Due Dates:2/3: MPT 3.2 (assessment grade), 2/8: DCA 3.1 (assessment grade), 2/13: Flocabulary: Inequalities (daily grade), 2/20-2/22: Mardi Gras Break (no school), 2/24: MPT 3.3 (assessment grade), 3/3: Construction Zone Area (daily grade), 3/13: 8 Passed iReady Lessons due (assessment grade), 3/15: 9 weeks Exam DCA 3.2 (assessment grade)
    Words to understand, know, and apply: Words to understand, know, and apply - solution of an equation, equivalent expressions, variable, substitute, equation, inverse operations, GCF, Term, Like term, Distributive Property
    Standards: Apply the following techniques in the context of solving real-world and mathematical problem solving:6.EE.B.5 Understand solving an equation or inequality as a process of answering a question: which values from a specified set, if any, make the equation or inequality true? Use substitution to determine whether a given number in a specified set makes an equation or inequality true.  
    Day/Date
    Bell Work
    Objectives like
    The student will…
    Procedures
    TI = Teacher Input, M = Modeling, GP = Guided Practice, IP = Independent Practice
    TTW = The teacher will…    TSW = The students will…
    Assessment


    Closure
    Bell Schedule
    Monday 1/30/23
    RC/DCA Review questions
    6.EE.B.5 Understand solving an equation or inequality as a process of answering a question: which values from a specified set, if any, make the equation or inequality true? Use substitution to determine whether a given number in a specified set makes an equation or inequality true.
    ANTIC. SET: What makes a term a term?
    Teachers will observe students as they complete the Guided Notes: one-step equations using addition and subtraction.
    How do you combine like terms?
    I/M) Teachers will review vocabulary with students and go over guided notes on Guided Notes: one step equations using addition and subtraction.  GP/IP) Students will complete practice problems on the back of the guided notes on Guided Notes:one step equations using addition and subtraction. Differentiation:Struggling students: Teachers will split struggling students into two groups and alternate between the two to guide students in the right direction. High Performing students: will break off into groups and practice problems on the back of their math vocabulary. 
    Homework: Finish any unfinished class notes. Complete teacher assigned lessons on "Solutions of Equations” and “Write and Solve Addition Equations " 8 passed iReady lessons due 3/13 for an assessment grade. 

    Tuesday 1/31/23
    RC/DCA Review questions
    6.EE.B.5 Understand solving an equation or inequality as a process of answering a question: which values from a specified set, if any, make the equation or inequality true? Use substitution to determine whether a given number in a specified set makes an equation or inequality true.
    ANTIC. SET: How can you use a bar model to represent more than an equivalent equation?
    Teachers will assess students' understanding as they complete guided notes: one-step equations using division and multiplication. 
    How do hanger diagrams show that two diagrams are balanced with the same value?
    TI/M) Teachers will review vocabulary with students and go over guided notes on Guided Notes: one-step equations using division and multiplication.  GP/IP) Students will complete practice problems on the back of the guided notes on Guided Notes:one-step equations using division and multiplication. . Differentiation:Struggling students: Teachers will split struggling students into two groups and alternate between the two to guide students in the right direction. High-performing students will break off into groups and practice different problems, including one-step and two-step problems. 
    Homework: Finish any unfinished class notes. Complete teacher assigned lessons on "Solutions of Equations” and “Write and Solve Addition Equations " 8 passed iReady lessons due 3/13 for an assessment grade. 


    Wednesday 2/1/23
    RC/DCA Review questions
    6.EE.B.5 Understand solving an equation or inequality as a process of answering a question: which values from a specified set, if any, make the equation or inequality true? Use substitution to determine whether a given number in a specified set makes an equation or inequality true.
    ANTIC. SET: What is the difference between a bar model and a hanger model?
    Teachers will assess students' understanding as they complete the pixel art on one-step equations. 
    Can there be more than a solution for an unknown weight in the equation?
    TI/M) Teacher will review one-step equations/substitution vocabulary with students and review homework on one-step equations.  GP/IP) Students will do Pixel art activity on the Distributive property and one-step equations.  Differentiation:Struggling students: Teachers will split struggling students into two groups and alternate between the two to guide students in the right direction. High performing students will break off into groups and practice different problems, including one-step and two-step equations.
    Homework: Finish any unfinished class notes. Complete teacher assigned lessons on "Solutions of Equations” and “Write and Solve Addition Equations " 8 passed iReady lessons due 3/13 for an assessment grade. 

    Thursday 2/2/23
    RC/DCA Review questions
    Mixture of skills taught since the beginning of the year with an emphasis on 6.EE.1, 6.EE.2 a,c, 6.EE.2
    6.EE.3, 6.EE.7
    ANTIC. SET: How can you decide whether a value is a solution of an equation?
    Teachers will assess students' understanding as they complete study guide 3.2.
    Create a hanger model to represent 4x=28.
    TI/M) Teacher will review the week's vocabulary with students.  GP/IP) Students will complete a study guide 3.2 with mixed skills. If time permits, we will play a game using the study guide.
     Differentiation: Struggling students: Teacher will assign an iReady Practice on one-step equations. High Performing students: will explore the extra practice tab on Google classroom where they will play a variety of games that will enhance and further their understanding of expressions and properties and/or create a monster by solving one-step equations to build a monster project.  
    Homework: Finish any unfinished class notes. Complete teacher assigned lessons on "Solutions of Equations” and “Write and Solve Addition Equations " 8 passed iReady lessons due 3/13 for an assessment grade. 

     
    Friday 2/3/23
    RC/DCA Review questions
    Mixture of skills taught since the beginning of the year with an emphasis on 6.EE.1, 6.EE.2 a,c, 6.EE.2
    6.EE.3, 6.EE.7
    ANTIC. SET: What is the difference between an expression and an equation? 
    Teachers will assess students’ understanding from MPT 3.2 for an assessment grade.
    Which skill gave you the most trouble? Why? 
    TI/M) Teacher will set expectations for MPT 3.2 and explain the early finishers.
    GP/IP) Students will use previous knowledge to answer a variety of test questions on MPT 3.2.
    Differentiation: Struggling Students: Students struggling with expressions will fill out a “Growth Test Corrections” form where they will have to find out the correct answers from using notes and asking questions. High performing students will explore the extra practice tab on google classroom where they will play a variety of games that will enhance and further their understanding of expressions and properties. 
    Homework: Finish any unfinished class notes. Complete teacher assigned lessons on "Solutions of Equations” and “Write and Solve Addition Equations " 8 passed iReady lessons due 3/13 for an assessment grade. 


    Regular Schedule

     

    Materials:  Promethean Google slides, RC books, flocabulary, guided notes (hard copies to bring home), google classroom, Math binders, chromebooks, Bellwork(hard copies to bring home), Google Slides, Edulastic , Hard copy math homework: Leftover problems from the day’s lesson 
    Enrichment Online – Khan Academy, teacher assigned i-Ready lessons, & LearnZillion videos 
    Math Differentiation: 
    (Done during independent practice days and/or tutorial, Constantly circling the room checking in with all students including low performing students
    LearnZillion videos (reteaching and enrichment) ;RC prerequisite lessons
    iReady Teacher assigned lessons on Weekly taught skills
    Access to extra practice packets on weekly skills
    Post extra tutorial videos on each skill in Google classroom
    Post extra websites and assignments in Google classroom
    Review most frequently missed questions from test
    Growth Test correction form opportunities
    Check for understanding throughout the lesson
    Allow ample opportunity for questions and practice