Carla Seeger

Carla Seeger
6th Grade Math
110 Lessons
AF Amistad Academy Middle School
New Haven, CT
Student Environment:
Urban
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Performance Task Lesson - GCF
 
Big Idea: Problem solving is important, takes significant time and repeated efforts, and requires reflection.
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Finding Factors
 
Big Idea: Every positive integer (except for 1) can be represented as the product of at least 2 factors.
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Finding Greatest Common Factors (GCF) Using T-Charts
 
Big Idea: There is always a greatest number that divides evenly into each of two whole numbers. Sometimes that number is 1.
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Finding Greatest Common Factors (GCF) Using Prime Factorization
 
Big Idea: Every positive integer (except the number 1) can be represented as a product of one or more prime numbers.
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Performance Task Lesson - LCM
 
Big Idea: Problem solving is important, takes significant time and repeated efforts, and requires reflection.
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Multiples and Least Common Multiples (LCM)
 
Big Idea: A multiple is a product of a number and another whole number greater than 0.
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Factors and Multiples in the Real World
 
Big Idea: We can apply our understanding of factors and multiples to solve problems.
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Distributive Property
 
Big Idea: Using the distributive property to express a sum of two whole numbers as a multiple of a sum of two whole numbers with no common factor can make numerical reasoning easier.
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Division Bar Models
 
Big Idea: There are two visual models that are very useful for division that will help us model every kind of division problem.
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Estimating Quotients Using Compatible Numbers
 
Big Idea: To estimate quotients with 2-digit divisors, we may need to change both the dividend and the divisor to be compatible numbers. We want to think of numbers that are close to the original numbers and use basic division facts we already know.
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Division:  One-digit Divisors
 
Big Idea: The division algorithm is an efficient way to determine a quotient given any division context.
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Division: Two-Digit Divisors, Part 1
 
Big Idea: The division algorithm is an efficient way to determine a quotient given any division context.
  Favorites (11)   Resources (19)   Reflections (1)
Division:  Two-Digit Divisors, Part 2
 
Big Idea: The division algorithm is an efficient way to determine a quotient given any division context.
  Favorites (2)   Resources (25)   Reflections (2)
Solve and Interpret Division Problems
 
Big Idea: The division algorithm is an efficient way to determine a quotient given any division context.
  Favorites (6)   Resources (18)   Reflections (1)
Adding and Subtracting Decimals
 
Big Idea: Since decimals are an extension of the base-ten number system, the same algorithms for calculating with whole numbers apply to decimals.
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Multiplying Decimals
 
Big Idea: Since decimals are an extension of the base-ten number system, the same algorithms for calculating with whole numbers apply to decimals.
  Favorites (10)   Resources (19)   Reflections (1)
Decimal Quotients
 
Big Idea: The division algorithm is an efficient way to determine a quotient given any division context.
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Dividing by Decimals
 
Big Idea: To divide a decimal by a decimal, we make an equivalent expression with a whole number divisor. The easiest way to do this is to multiply the dividend and divisor by powers of ten until the divisor is a whole number.
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Performance Task Lesson - Decimal Operations
 
Big Idea: Problem solving is important, takes significant time and repeated efforts, and requires reflection.
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