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  • Adding and Subtracting Decimals – The student will be able to add and subtract numbers with place values to the hundredths.
  • Adding Integers – Students will use two different types of cereal to practice adding positive and negative integers. This will help them visualize how numbers cancel each other out.
  • Drawing Nets of 3 Dimensional Objects – Students will be able to use concrete materials to help them understand the concept of nets. Being able to take an object and spread it out flat is much easier to see in concrete terms rather than in the abstract.
  1. Estimating – The student will be able to estimate the cost of three new items and the length of time necessary to save the money for those items.
  2. Finding circumference, diameter, and radius – This activity will allow students to measure the circumference, diameter, and radius of a circle in a hands-on way. By being able to manipulate a circle and stretch it out the idea of circumference will be more concrete. Students will use each other, desks, and chairs to create circles that can be measured.
  3. Finding Square Footage – The student will be able to calculate the square footage of a given area.
  4. Graphing – This activity will introduce graphing. The teacher will guide the students as they work together to develop questions, set up a blank graph, interview other students, and fill in the graph with the results. A teacher created worksheet can be completed at the end of the activity to reinforce the concept.
  5. Introducing a standard unit of measure: the foot – This activity will introduce the concept of a standard unit of measure. Students will measure various objects in the classroom using their own feet and a ruler. By comparing their results with their classmates, they will be able to see the value of a standard unit of measure.
  6. Math on a Map – Students will practice finding a variety of information using a satellite picture of their hometown. This would be a great activity to use for review or when there is a substitute.
  7. More or less (or the same) – For this activity, students will work in pairs to play a game. The teacher will introduce the concepts of more, less, and the same. The whole class will play a game with the teacher using dominoes before dividing into pairs to play the game.
  8. Ordering Numbers – Students will work together to practice ordering groups of six and seven numbers. They will use their phone numbers and birth dates written on index cards.
  9. Patterns – This activity will help students see the logic of creating patterns and help them begin to be able to create their own.
  10. Percentages – Students will be able to apply percentages to real life situations by figuring the amount of income tax that will be withheld from a salary.
  11. Plotting points on a graph – The students will use graph paper to plot points on a graph. When the points are connected they will make a familiar shape, number, or letter. They will practice reading co-ordinates to each other, as well as, practice plotting them. The activity is meant to be fun and light, not competitive or stressful.
  12. Polygons – The students will explore and create a poster design using polygons. The posters will be displayed in the classroom and students will be challenged to name as many of them as they can. This activity will allow students a tactile, expressive way to learn about polygons.
  13. Roman Numerals – The student will be able to recognize and name roman numerals up to twenty.
  14. Rounding to the nearest five – Students will enjoy practicing rounding numbers as they try to be the first to cover all their numbers in this game of Bingo. The teacher can set the pace for this game. It can be set at a beginning level with a lot of discussion and helps or it can be played as a speed round where students are racing to find the right numbers.
  15. Symmetry – The student will be able to identify objects that are symmetrical and draw half of an object by looking at the other half.
  16. Using Tangrams to Find Patterns – Students will create patterns using tangram pieces inside a shoebox lid. After they have placed the pieces in the lid, they will count how many shapes there are. So, if they use triangle shapes, they will count how many different triangles there are in the shoebox lid.
  17. Value of Coins – The student will be able to choose the appropriate combination of pennies, nickels, and dimes needed to total the amounts listed on a series of five index cards.

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  1. Big Sky Math – 30 lessons.
  2. Introducing Venn Diagrams with Dr. Seuss – The students will be able to compare and contrast Dr. Seuss books.
  3. Leaf Patterns – Given four baggies, each containing a different type of leaf, students will create four different patterns.
  4. Making and Understanding Patterns – The students will be able to identify patterns and create their own original pattern.
  5. Math.com – The best site on the Internet for math teachers.
  6. Math Forum Internet Resource Collection, The – Search and browse the library for math ideas and lessons.
  7. Math Forum Teacher’s Place, The – Activities by grade level and interest.
  8. Mathpower.com – Offers information about basic math and algebra, includes information about learning styles, study skills tips, tutorial lessons authored by students, math assignments, links to free tutors, math videos, math games, and ways to reduce math anxiety, all in an exciting visual format with animation & music.
  9. MathStories.com – The goal of this web site is to help grade school children improve their math problem-solving and critical thinking skills. It has 4000 math word problems for children to enjoy.
  10. Mega-Mathematics – lesson ideas on interesting subjects such as coloring and graphing games.
  11. METIP Project – The purpose of the project is to produce and test materials that promote digital image processing as a means of motivating K-12 students in mathematics and as a means of teaching mathematical concepts.
  12. Mr. Pitonyak’s Pyramid Puzzle – A lesson that answers What would an Egyptian pyramid cost to build today?
  13. Probability Unit – This curriculum design is for the 8th grade students who are going to learn “Probability” and trying to show the easiest way for them to go into this class. By Christina Cheng.
  14. Smile Program Mathematics – 100 lessons topic-driven lessons.
  15. Storyline For A Unit On Fractions, Decimals, And Percentages For 6th Grade – A complete 33 page unit by Laura Strum.
  16. Suzanne’s Mathematics Lessons – Web and classroom lessons.
  17. Teaching Ideas (Math) – fun and easy ideas for elementary classrooms.
  18. VirtualVacation: The Ultimate Math Lesson Plan – A project-based activity.

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    Kevin Johnson’s charter schools have long angered unions. Now teachers there may join one.

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    May 03, 2017 10:12 AM

    A majority of teachers at the St. Hope Public Schools charter system have signed a petition to become members of the Sacramento City Teachers Association, the labor union announced Wednesday.

    If completed in the coming months, as SCTA officials expect, the marriage of the activist-style teachers union and the charter school system founded by former Mayor Kevin Johnson would be an odd pairing within the Sacramento City Unified School District.

    No other independent charter schools in the district have unionized, and education labor leaders have long been critical of Johnson and his wife, Michelle Rhee. The Sacramento teachers union has remained an ardent opponent of St. Hope since it won school board approval to convert Sacramento High School to a charter campus in 2003.

    Rhee is a prominent advocate for charter schools, chairs the board for St. Hope and is the former chancellor for Washington, D.C. public schools, where she drew controversy for bucking the teachers union.

    “It used to be insurance companies and the trial lawyers doing the big fight,” said Sacramento political consultant Andrew Acosta. “Now you have this becoming much more of teachers unions vs. charter school playing itself out.”

    The Sacramento teachers union has eyed St. Hope schools for years. John Borsos, executive director for the labor group, said there have been periods since the school system was created more than a decade ago that educators expressed an interest in trying to organize.

    “From the moment St. Hope was created, there was always a belief that if educators decided it was right for them, then being unionized made sense,” Borsos said.

    St. Hope has more than 1,600 students and 100 teachers in four schools: Sacramento Charter High, P.S. 7 Middle School, P.S. 7 Elementary and Oak Park Prep. Its largest school – the high school – has more than 900 students and occupies the former campus of Sacramento High School. The city’s oldest high school, Sacramento High faced possible state takeover in 2003. It closed in June and reopened the next fall as a charter. Within a few years, its graduation rates improved and academic performance improved and its dropout rates fell. By 2009, more than 70 percent of its graduating class was accepted to a four-year college.

    Stephanie Farland, a consultant on charter school oversight in California, said she sees the benefits that students can receive when there is no labor agreement. But she also sees the price that young or new teachers pay because of high involvement, home visits and long hours.

    “Charter schools often are successful because they have highly engaged and involved staff,” said Farland, executive director of Sacramento-based Collaborative Solutions for Charter Authorizers, which works with school districts and county education offices in California.

    One of the reasons, she said, is that “most charters don’t have union rules they have to follow. They really work the teachers pretty hard.”

    That translates into historically high turnover rates and burnout, she said. “While they are there, they are doing a great job,” Farland said. “But once they burn out, there are really no protections for them.”

    She said she understands the need for teachers to be paid well and fairly. “But for the charters that are successful and have high expectations for teacher involvement, I think unionization is going to hurt that.”

    Statewide, about 30 percent of charter schools had some form of collective bargaining agreement or representation in 2015, according to the California Charter Schools Association.

    “I think it has a lot to do with the national political context,” Borsos said. “I think there’s a lot of uncertainty and concern. And I think that one thing the labor movement has represented is stability, job security and professional advocacy. And the national turmoil has percolated down into the communities. I think people are feeling the turbulence.”

    Borsos said the labor group expects that “when people see the success that St. Hope educators have,” teachers at other charters will want to join in.

    The SCTA cited a lack of transparency and high turnover as key issues with the St. Hope system.

    Kingsley Melton, a law and public service teacher at Sacramento High, was among those who talked to co-workers about signing the SCTA petition.

    “It was not easy,” Melton said of those conversations. “But it was easy to talk about the issues. We’re all in agreement: teacher turnover, lack of voice in the decision-making process involving kids and financial transparency.”

    Melton, 40, said some teachers were worried about their own job security. But he said he and others are devoted to the school.

    “I do believe wholeheartedly in our school’s mission and vision,” he said, describing the mission as providing students skills and the mindset to graduate from college. “I see unionizing as the best way to do that.”

    Dominique Amis, chief operating officer for St. Hope, said in an email that any unionization may change the culture of success in the school system.

    “We recognize that there are improvements we can make to ensure our staff feel valued and supported,” she wrote. “We think the best way to do this is through direct, collaborative conversations and actions with our staff rather than combative contract negotiations driven by external parties. The flexibility, autonomy, and collaborative environment we have built at St. Hope has dramatically improved the academic performance and outcome for our students.”

    She said that any form of unionization “may challenge the environment and culture of success we have built and prioritize the desires of adults over the needs of our students.”

    Amis cited the high school’s strong record of graduating more college-eligible African American male students than all other high schools in the district. The college-eligible rate for the entire high school, she said, is 98 percent. In 2003, by contrast, just 39 percent of the graduating class was college eligible, she said. The high school serves a mostly minority population.

    SCTA submitted a petition signed by a majority of teachers, psychologists and counselors to the state Public Employment Relations Board on Friday.

    J. Felix De La Torre, general counsel for the employment relations board, said the agency sent a letter to St. Hope Public Schools on Tuesday asking administrators to post notices of the labor effort at school sites for 15 working days.

    De La Torre said the school system has the option of filing an objection to the unionization based on procedural or other grounds, and those objections would be investigated.

    St. Hope also has 20 days to provide the agency with a list of all employees in the proposed labor unit and their job classifications.

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