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6th Grade Math Bundle (Part 4 of 4: Full Year of 6th Grade Mastery Method Math)
The fourth session of this engaging year-long course will cover dividing with decimals, solving for unknowns and converting fractions, through interactive slides, student practice, real world problem solving and fun activities and games!
Megan McAra (M. Ed) Math Class Can Be Fun!
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*Note: If your student has not taken (or is not signed up for) Parts 1, 2 and 3 of this series, please contact me first for placement advice. This session is part of a larger series titled, 6th Grade Math Bundle: Full Year of 6th Grade Mastery Method Math. Taken as a whole, this series will offer a full year's worth of math at the general 6th grade level--focusing on the topics of exponents, place value, decimal numbers, percentages, measurement in the metric system, probability and basic...
Students will be able to demonstrate mastery of the following: --expressing decimals as fractions --finding the mean, median and mode of a set of numbers --expressing the probability of a desired outcome as a fraction --identifying and distinguishing between basic geometric figures (point, line, ray, line segment, plane) --identifying, describing, and labeling angles --identifying types of angles (acute, right, obtuse, straight)
I am a certified teacher (Grades 1-6) with a Masters in Teaching and over 20 years of classroom, small group and one-on-one experience. Math has been my focus for the past 5 years, and I have taught this specific 6th grade Mastery Math Method for 3 years.
Homework will be assigned weekly (assigned on Wednesdays, due by the following Monday at least one hour before class) and will consist of practice problems either posted as worksheets or within interactive slides or Nearpod. Occasionally a project connecting math to the real world (for example taking measurements or creating a budget) may be assigned, but students will be given some time in class to work on it as well. All homework, as well as additional resources, will be posted on Outschool Classroom. On class days (Mondays-Wednesdays) I suggest that students take a few minutes directly following class to finish any assigned classwork they were unable to complete.
-Notebook and pencil for taking notes and working problems --I will post further materials or workbooks needed in the classroom after enrollment (cost of materials will not exceed $50 for the entire year--if your student has completed previous sections, the workbook will be the same) Optional (may be helpful to have some of these as visuals/manipulatives if available at home): For Weeks 4-8: Ruler and protractor
Ongoing informal assessment through interactive student activities and responses, as well as monitoring student classwork and homework. Weekly lesson quizzes and a final unit test at the end of the session will also be given. Parents, please contact me about the level of assessment and feedback you prefer for your student.
1 hour 50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
We will be using the third-party websites listed below that provide interactive, fun opportunities for building mastery and fluency of math concepts and skills: Nearpod: Educational, interactive tool for presenting my own slide-show lessons and activities (such as matching, drag-and-drop, etc.) I will post a direct link in the Zoom chat that will take students directly into the lesson, they only need to enter their first name or nickname so that I know who is who within the lesson. * No account or personal information needed. Google Jamboard: A great interactive tool for collaborative learning and sharing ideas. I will send a direct link in the Zoom chat that will allow students to enter directly into the specific Jamboard without any kind of sign-up * No account or personal information needed IXL: This is a great site for practicing specific math skills and concepts. As a teacher, I really like it because I can assign specific sections that line up exactly with the concepts/skills we've covered in class, and be able to see students' progress on that skill. I will provide students with individual usernames and passwords, so no family account or personal information will be needed. Most students find the site fun and motivating, but please let me know if your student finds it stressful--I will find an alternative. Blooket: Students love playing these fun, fast-paced games with math question banks that I am able to create and tailor to the needs of the class. The report I see after each game serves as a great informal assessment. I will post a direct link in the Zoom chat, students will simply enter their first name of nickname and begin playing the game. *No account or personal information needed Google Slides: I will usually use Google Slides to present lessons through the screen share function, but may at times give students the link for activities or games that I have created. *No account or personal information needed
Megan McAra (M. Ed) Math Class Can Be Fun!
Cultivating the language of math inside us all!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
85 total reviews
116 completed classes
Welcome! My name is Megan and I'm not embarrassed to say it--I love math! And even more than working on math myself, I love teaching math! Teaching math to both elementary and middle school aged kids is my passion. I specialize in mastery math...