Homework

LIME TEAM
Mrs. Osborn's homework/class information:
News, important information, & reminders:
* As a reminder, Khan Academy is an additional resource that students can use to gain extra practice and help as needed. It is a highly recommended resource; however, students are not required to use it and the assigned tasks on Khan Academy will not be graded. Students are welcome to explore other unassigned skill areas at their leisure and can even practice skills from different grade levels. The tasks assigned give a starting point for students who wish to use it but may not feel as comfortable navigating through the site on their own.

Currently, all homework is assigned in the Go Math book. A link to the Go Math book is at the bottom of this page. Students can access the book online whenever needed. Forgot your book at school? No need to rush back to school or print out the assigned homework page. Students can earn full credit by completing their homework problems on scrap paper.
*Remember all homework is graded on effort. When working through difficult homework assignments, please remember that our expectation is that students spend about 20 minutes per subject area assignment. Students do not need to exceed 20 minutes (even if the assignment is not complete). Students can show effort and earn full credit by bulleting out the important information from the given problem or writing down questions for the teacher to be answered the following day. When tackling challenging problems, students can also refer to the inclass example problems written in their math notebook.
*Enrich & Reteach pages are always available and always an option. Reteach pages include examples, visuals, and/or written supports to help students as they practice. Enrich pages provide questions that target the same concepts but are presented in a more challenging manner.
The correction process was reviewed in class on Tuesday (9/25). The Test/Quiz Correction Sheet was given to students in class; however, extras are available in the classroom for students to take as needed. Detailed directions are provided at the top of this correction page. In addition to the written directions, students were asked to make sure that all corrections are made/written on the correction sheet ONLY. The original quiz should not be changed/written on. Please attach/staple the original quiz and Test/Quiz Correction sheet together when it is turned in. Corrections will not be accepted after the given due date.
*After school Math help with Mrs. Osborn is every Tuesday until 3:15. Students must come prepared with a pencil, math notebook, Go Math book, and the assignment/topic they need help with. Students should arrange pickup time and location with their parent/guardian ahead of time.
Homework, inclass work, & quizzes due/happening in class this week
Completed Chapter 3 Decimals quiz today (Wednesdady 11/13/19)
 ** As a reminder, Khan Academy is an additional resource that students can use to gain extra practice and help as needed. It is a highly recommended resource; however, students are not required to use it and the assigned tasks on Khan Academy will not be graded. Students are welcome to explore other unassigned skill areas at their leisure and can even practice skills from different grade levels. The tasks assigned give a starting point for students who wish to use it but may not feel as comfortable navigating through the site on their own.
 Currently, all homework is assigned in the Go Math book. A link to the Go Math book is at the bottom of this page. Students can access the book online whenever needed. Forgot your book at school? No need to rush back to school or print out the assigned homework page. Students can earn full credit by completing their homework problems on scrap paper.
 After school math help will take place in room 104 (Mrs. Osborn's room) every Tuesday until 3:15. Students must come prepared with a pencil, math notebook, Go Math book, and the assignment/topic they need help with. Students should arrange pickup time and location with their parent/guardian ahead of time.
 Past Due homework assignments/topics:

Quiz tomorrow (Wednesday 11/13/19) covering the following;
 rounding decimal numbers
 ordering decimal numbers from least to greatest and/or greatest to least
 comparing decimal numbers using <, >, or =
 adding & subtracting decimal numbers
 estimating decimal sums and differences
Page 199 in the Go Math bookproblems 2, 3, 4, 9, & 10 due tomorrow (Wednesday 11/13/19)


Lesson 3.4 rounding decimals homework due Friday (11/1/19)
Tomorrow's class (10/31/19) will be dedicated to practicing rounding with decimal numbers. Students feeling unsure about how to round decimal numbers were encouraged to wait until after tomorrow's math class/further practice to start the homework.
Page 173 (problems 514) in the Go Math book
or
Lesson 3.4 reteach (supported homework)
or
Lesson 3.4 enrich (challenging homwork opti

Quiz tomorrow (Wednesday 11/13/19) covering the following;
 rounding decimal numbers
 ordering decimal numbers from least to greatest and/or greatest to least
 comparing decimal numbers using <, >, or =
 adding & subtracting decimal numbers
 estimating decimal sums and differences
Page 199 in the Go Math bookproblems 2, 3, 4, 9, & 10 due tomorrow (Wednesday 11/13/19)
Lesson 3.4 rounding decimals homework due Friday (11/1/19)
Tomorrow's class (10/31/19) will be dedicated to practicing rounding with decimal numbers. Students feeling unsure about how to round decimal numbers were encouraged to wait until after tomorrow's math class/further practice to start the homework.
Page 173 (problems 514) in the Go Math book
or
Lesson 3.4 reteach (supported homework)
or
Lesson 3.4 enrich (challenging homwork option)

 Monday night math homework page 167 in Go Math book (problems 414) due tomorrow (Tuesday 10/29)
 Some students chose to take lesson 3.3 enrich or lesson 3.3 reteach. These students do not have to complete page 167 in addition to the enrich or reteach page.
 Optionalmake your own chapter 1 cheat sheet
 Students were given a half piece of yellow paper Wednesday (11/16) in class to make a cheat sheet for the chapter 1 test. Students can write on both sides of the paper. Students can put important reminders, examples, list the place values, and/or write any other helpful tips or strategies that could help them on the chapter 1 test. This is optional and students do not have to do this if they don't want to.
 Students will finish the test in class Friday, 11/18.
 Students were given a study guide (given out in class today 10/15) of 20 questions that target the skills that will be on this Thursday's, chapter 1 test. Students worked on the study guide in class today.
 Tonight's homework assignment  complete at least 5 problems from the study guide.
 Tomorrow's class will also be utilized to prepare for Thursday's test. Tomorrow students will use Khan Academy to help prepare for the chapter 1 test.
 ~Next *Thursday (10/17), there will be a chapter 1 Test*. The test will cover all skills and concepts that have been covered thus far. Students that don’t finish the test Thursday will have time to finish the test in class Friday. Tuesday’s and Wednesday’s (10/15 & 10/16) classes of next week will be spent reviewing and practicing for the chapter 1 test.
 Areas/skills that will be targeted on the chapter 1 test include;


place value relationships and patterns (10 times as much as & 1/10 of)

exponents

powers of ten

expressions (matching expressions to words, creating expressions to match words, and writing words to match given expressions)

evaluating (finding the answer) expressions

multidigit multiplication



*Suggestions/examples of ways students can prepare for ch. 1 test;
Optional ways to study at Home: Use Khan Academy to work on additional practice problems or watch helpful videos.
Complete problems from the Chapter 1 Review Test in the Go Math book (pages 7984). We will start this in class.
In class, students will prepare for the test by: Completing classwork practice problems, working through various problems from the chapter 1 review test in the Go Math book, working with other students to identify common mistakes in order to gain a better understanding of targeted concepts. *Don’t forget to ask for help if needed and remember to always write down the important information when tackling a difficult word problem or reading confusing words/story.
~Optional....Exponent Quiz Corrections due no later than Tuesday (10/15). The only acception is for students who have yet to finish their quiz or did not receive their graded quiz on Tuesday (10/8) due to being absent, etc. All students have one week from the day their quiz was returned to make corrections. Please see attached (stapled to quiz) corrections sheet for details and directions. Additional copies are available in the classroom for students to take at their leisure.
~NO QUIZ Friday (10/11). Students are getting a week off from their weekly Friday quiz due to next week’s chapter 1 test.
 ~Wednesday (10/9/19) ~ Today students continued working on the practice problems from lesson 1.10Numerical Expression. Students will be given part of tomorrow’s class (Thursday 10/10) to continue working on these practice problems/get extra help as needed. Students who do not productively use their class time to practice will need to finish pages 63, 64, & 66 for homework. This will be due Friday (10/11/19). This was announced in class today (Wednesday 10/9) and this homework assignment is only for those students that are not putting forth 100% effort in class.
 Page 65 in Go Math book (problems 210) due Wednesday. Students were just introduced to this lesson (numerical expressions) today (Monday (10/7)) and will begin practice problems in class Tuesday (10/8). Students may not be ready to start this homework assignment until Tuesday after completing the practice problems in class.

The exponent quiz will be given back in class on Tuesday (10/8) and quiz corrections will be due Tuesday (10/15). Please refer to the Math Test/Quiz Correction Sheet for detailed directions and an explanation of what needs to be done in order to earn back half credit per each correction.
 Thursday (10/3) is the last day I will accept quiz corrections to the place value quiz.
 Page 41 in the Go Math was assigned Monday and will be collected tomorrow (Thursday, 10/3)
 After school math help will take place in room 104 (Mrs. Osborn's room) every Tuesday until 3:15. Students must come prepared with a pencil, math notebook, Go Math book, and the assignment/topic they need help with. Students should arrange pickup time and location with their parent/guardian ahead of time.
 Assigned Wednesday/Due Friday (9/27)~ Page 33 in Go Math book (problem numbers; 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 13, & 14)
 Quiz every Friday covering weekly concepts and skills. This week's (9/27/19) quiz will cover exponents and powers of ten.
 Place value quiz corrections are due Monday (9/30/19). The correction process was reviewed in class on Tuesday (9/25). The Test/Quiz Correction Sheet was given to students in class; however, extras are available in the classroom for students to take as needed. Detailed directions are provided at the top of the this correction page. In addtion to the written directions, students were asked to make sure that all correctionss are made/written on the correction sheet ONLY. The orginial quiz should not be changed/written on. Please attach/staple the orginial quiz and Test/Quiz Correction sheet together when it is turned in. Corrections will not be accepted after the given due date.
 Due Wednesday (9/25/19) ~ Lesson 1.4 homework: page 27 (problems 29) in Go Math book *Enrich and reteach pages are also available for students who want something more challenging (enrich) or with extra support/help (reteach).
 Homerooms 100, 102, and 106: Prepare for tomorrow's quiz by (1) spend 20 minutes on Khan Academy working in the area of place value (relationships and patterns) or (2) spend 20 minutes in the Go Math book working on the problems from today's classwork (pages 153 155).
 Homeroom 104: Place Value, Multiplication, Decimals Practice Page
 All homerooms will have a Place Value Quiz tomorrow.
 All homeroomscomplete page 9 #s 27 in the Go Math book (due tomorrow).
 Homework reminders
 Please make sure that all work/thinking to solve a problem is written out on scrap paper or in the math notebook in order to get full credit.
 Homework is graded on effort.
 Link to GoMath book: Go Math book
