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Learners will learn how to divide decimals. If the divisor has a decimal, we will move that first, as well as the decimal point in the dividend. Then we will divide regularly using the standard algorithm, partial quotients, or another method. We will even learn what to do if you have a remainder. We will practice problems both together and individually. I will use the whiteboard on Zoom to present the material to the learners. The learners can use a notebook or the whiteboard on Zoom...
Homework will not be assigned.
Learners will be assessed using informal assessment (practice problems on his/her own).
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
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I am a certified teacher, who has been teaching for 23 years. For 22 years, I taught 5th grade (ages 10-11). I taught math, ELA (English language arts), and social studies. Last year, I switched school districts due to moving, where I taught...