8AM.NS.01 Compare Numbers
Students will be able to
compare, order, estimate, and translate among integers, fractions and mixed
numbers (i.e. rational numbers), decimals, and percents.
SWBAT list a set of integers (both
positive and negative), positive fractions (denominators can be greater than
10), mixed numbers, decimals, and percents in order from least to greatest
and greatest to least both when the set is comprised of only one type of
number and when the set includes more than one type of number
SWBAT recognize that with respect to
time, fastest means taking the least amount of time
SWBAT translate among fractions,
improper fractions, mixed numbers, decimals and percents
SWBAT use information from
a table to create fractions and ratios and to calculate percentages
Begin>> Today we will continue our number sense unit. This is the
second lesson on comparing and ordering, and we will also be identifying
numbers as fractions, decimals, and percents, and converting between them. We
have to be really sharp on our conversion facts. We will not have a mental
math minute, so when you have a seat be ready to share your answers from the
Do Now. Good morning.
Do Now Review
Answer #1 yourself. Solicit some hands on #2: share data
on exit ticket answers!
You cannot redo this one, but there will be another exit
ticket at the end of class today.
Task 25 % Mastery, distributed Friday, 10/8/10
(group, independent, guided reading)
review—decimals to percents, percents to decimals
Decimals to percentsà
hop decimal twice to the right
6.5. Change to a percent
150. Change to a percent.
Percents to decimalsà
hop decimal twice to the left
150%. Change to a decimal.
6.5%. Change to a decimal.
converting between percents, decimals, or fractions
Fractions can be simplified then converted to
decimals. The decimal can be left as is or converted to a %.
Sometimes you create your own fraction from
information in problem
3 wins, 5 losses. % of total games lost?
3 wins out of 5 games total. % of games lost?
One problem. % blue beads out of total. Put in
student input here. Try to do all 3 in 10 minutes. If you don’t get through
all 3, stop and allow kids to move on to Independent Practice.
- Quick refresher on
Friday’s compare and order materials. Here’s a word problem, let’s read
it carefully. <<do this yourself without soliciting any input.
Careful of the word incorrectly.
Change all to percents. Pay attention to the question stem. A. is a
distractor because it lists them from least to greatest.>>
- Below are times in a
table. List from slowest to fastest
- Compare 4 numbers: -12,
1/2, 1.2%, 1.2
IP: (6 problems—4
MC, 2 short answer) SILENT. No hands. Use your resources and notes, and
circulate around. Do not take questions! Students have permission to start on
exit ticket first to make sure it’s done.
Exit Ticket (task
Once finished, tear off and continue with task