Michaela Izzo October 15, 2009 LRC 411 Annotated Bibliography #9 Annotated Bibliography Lipsitz, G. (1995). The possessive investment in Whitemess: Racialized social democracy and the White problem in American Studies. American Quarterly,47(3), 369-387. T
Warm -Up Problem
If 16 2 = 8, and 160 2 = 80, and 1600 20 = 80, what is 160,000,000 200? Explain how you know! You may not say move the decimal or count the zeros.
Agenda
Discuss Exams. Difference between odd and even Difference between prime and composit
Warm -Up Problem
If 16 2 = 8, and 160 2 = 80, and 1600 20 = 80, what is 160,000,000 200? Explain how you know! You may not say move the decimal or count the zeros.
Agenda
Discuss Exams. Difference between odd and even Difference between prime and composit
Fractions I
At your table, make a list of all the reasons that fractions are hard for kids.
Agenda
Go over warm up. Exploration 5.8 and 5.9 Meanings for fractions:
part-whole, ratio, operator, quotient Assign Homework
Explorations
Exploration 5.8 Part 1
Operations of Fractions
If the GCF of two numbers is 13, what might the two numbers be? If the LCM of two numbers is 40, what might the two numbers be?
Discuss Exploration 5.10
In your groups, compare answers to #7. Then, look at your class notes: do #2
Fractions II
Warm Up
Monica says: I can show 5/6 like this.
And I can show 5/7 by just adding a rectangle.
Veronica says, Youre wrong, Monica. Your drawing
makes it look like 1/6 = 1/7.
Write 2-3 sentences about this dialogue.
Agenda
Go over Explorati
Fractions III
Agenda
Fraction concepts from 5.2 Fraction models reviewed Fraction operations examined Exploration 5.12 Part 1. (Page 114)
Pictorial Models
In the Class Notes, we saw questions dealing
with pictorial models. Show 5/6 and 7/2 using each pi