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After School One to One Math Tutoring
Customary and Metric Measurement Conversions
In this one time class, students will learn to confidently convert metric and customary measurements using a tic-tac-toe board.
In this class, we will learn a method for converting metric and customary units that takes the guesswork out of deciding to multiply or divide. Instead of simply memorizing a rule for what to do when converting from a larger unit to a smaller unit or vice-versa, students will organize what they know and what they need to know in order to create a plan for solving. We will use context-based situations to ground the mathematical concept in the real-world and to deepen understanding. In order...
Students will be able to convert metric and customary units both when moving from a larger to a smaller unit and when moving from a smaller to a larger unit.
0A personal whiteboard and expo markers are highly recommended, but paper and pencil works as well. It would also be helpful for students to have a basic conversion chart printed for reference such as this one: https://www.pcsb.org/cms/lib/FL01903687/Centricity/Domain/170/FSA_Grade_5_Mathematics_ReferenceSheet.pdf
Meet the teacher
My name is Ms. Bruce and I am a current 5th grade math and science teacher as well as a dance teacher and choreographer! I am certified to teach all subjects K-6, have a MA in Elementary Education from the University of Central Florida, and have a...
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1-9 learners per class