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The topics we will be covering are parenthesis, exponent, multiplying/division, addition/subtraction. In the first week, the students will review order of operations, pacing emphasis on the order of the operations and understand that if they do not follow PEMDAS, then they can end up with the wrong answer even though their calculations may be correct. They will go through each step and practice how to solve an expression with all 4 operations. Solving an expression without following the rules...
This class is taught in English.
The students will improve their understanding on the topics and will learn other strategies on how to solve any problem concerning Order of Operations - PEMDAS.
I have been teaching math for about 5 years now. I have been an elementary teacher for almost 7 years. Teaching this topic is not new to me, so students will leave having an understanding of the topic and with different strategies that they can use to solve PEMDAS.
The students will be given a homework assignment on Google classroom after each session. These homeworks are designed to be fun and stress free for the students. Each assignments will take about 10 minutes, but students will have multiple opportunities to play the game.
Learners' progress will be informal, on participation, on classwork, and based on the homework assignments
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Please give consent to students to use Google classroom, kahoot, ixl, and Gimkit. Students will need to download Google classroom on their devises. Nearpod, kahoot, and Gimkit does not require a download on their devises. These contents are kid friendly and safe for the students to be on. Students are not required to create a Nearpod, kahoot or a Gimkit account. They will be given a link and a code to join. Such links and codes are given only to the students who are present in the session. I will also be sharing my screen when reviewing or teaching mathematical concepts to the students.
We will go over other strategies by sharing the screen and by working on Nearpod and on the shared screen.
Your Grade Math Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
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13 completed classes
Hello there! I am TeacherCherB, I teach 5th grade math. I’ve been teaching math in a charter school for the past 5 years. I’ve taught Kindergarten through 5th grade and it’s been a pleasure getting to know the different age groups. I believe that...