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Bits and Pieces II: Using Rational Numbers: Teacher"s Guide

Bits and Pieces II: Using Rational Numbers: Teacher"s Guide

Connected Mathematics

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Published by Prentice Hall/ Pearson Education .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL9751285M
ISBN 100130530964
ISBN 109780130530967
OCLC/WorldCa48430998

  Comparing Bits and Pieces. Let's Be Rational. Covering and Surrounding. Decimal Ops. Variables and Patterns. Data About Us “When students make mistakes in math, their brain grows, synapses fire, and connections are made.” - Jo Boaler. Comparing by subtracting is one way: "I have $ more than my sister." Comparing with ratios gives different information: "I have twice as much money as my sister." Many comparisons in the real world are based on ratios rather than on differences. In Comparing Bits and Pieces, you will develop skills with fractions, decimals, ratios, and.

- Equal Shares. In this problem we learned about unit rates (a ratio using the number 1; the amount per something) and how to use fractions to split up food into equal shares (amount of gummy worms per student).; - Unequal Shares. In this problem we continued to use unit rates to learn how certain items may be shared unequally (ex: for every brownie Mrs. Shores gets, Miss Anderson gets 2). Bits & Pieces I: Understanding Rational Numbers by James T Fey, Elizabeth D Phillips, Catherine Anderson (Editor) starting at $ Bits & Pieces I: Understanding Rational Numbers has 3 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace.

Connected Mathematics 3, Teacher's Guide, Comparing Bits and Pieces, Rations, Rational Numbers, and Equivalence by Lappan, Phillips, Fey, Friel Paperback, Published ISBN / ISBN / Mathematics Teaching Practices that Support Mathematics Learning for All Students; Components. Comparing Bits and Pieces: Ratios, Rational Numbers, and Equivalence Investigation 1: Making Comparisons. What Numbers Describe Us? Using Graphs to Group Data. Common Core Standard in Major Cluster. C.6, C


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Bits & Pieces II: Using Rational Numbers. by James T Fey, Catherine Anderson (Editor), Pauline Phung (Illustrator). Connected Mathematics Comparing Bits and Pieces: Ratios, Rational Numbers, and Equivalence, Teacher's Guide, Paperback – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

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Video Tutor. Rational Number INTERACTIVE ONLINE practice. Unit Rates - Math Cats. Unit Rates - Real Life 2 INV 3 Study Guide 2. Unit Test Study Guide. Study Guide Answer Key. Study Guide Games &. Inv. 1: Extending the Number System Inv. 2: Adding and Subtracting Integers Understand subtraction of rational numbers as adding the additive inverse, p – q = p + (–q).

Show that the distance between two rational numbers on the number line is the absolute value of their difference, and apply this principle in real-world contexts. CBP Quiz 2 Study Guide pdf View Download: this is the study guide for Comparing Bits and Pieces Quiz #2 which will be given on Thursday, Nov 20th.

k: v. 2: Jan 7,PM: @: Ċ: CBP Quiz 2 study guide View Download: this document contains the answers to the problems on Comparing Bits and Pieces. The use of number lines remains important in this version of Bits and Pieces I. We use the number line for equivalence, to represent improper fractions and for introducing other CCSS new to sixth grade: negative numbers, opposites, and absolute value.

fractions, decimals and percents will be the focus of Bits and Pieces II and III. UNIT GOALS Bits and Pieces Ifocuses on developing a deep understanding of rational numbers.

In this unit, your child will learn the meanings of fractions, decimals, and percents, and will become comfortable moving among these three representations of rational numbers. Decimal Ops Online Book. STUDY GUIDE no calculator. Answer Key no calculator. STUDY GUIDE with calculator. Answer Key with calculator.

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The microphone is not working very 2. Now using your number line find 3 fractions equivalent to 1/3 1. Unit 2 Bits and Pieces. Unit 3 Lets Be Rational. Unit 5 Decimal Ops.

Unit 6 Variables and Patterns. Unit 7 - Data About Us. CMP helps students and teachers develop understanding of important mathematical concepts, skills, procedures, and ways of thinking and reasoning, in number, geometry, measurement, algebra, probability and statistics. Preparation for algebra work to come are other important changes in Let’s Be Rational.

Addition and Subtraction. The first two investigations of CMP2's Bits and Pieces II have been collapsed into a single investigation so students and teachers can revisit and build upon addition and subtraction concepts relatively quickly, including.

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The teacher can use the Focus Question to guide his/her instructional decisions throughout his/her planning, teaching, and reflections on student understanding.

Comparing Bits and Pieces Unit Goals, Focus Questions, and Mathematical Reflections • Use the number line to reason about rational number relationships.

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