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Math Portfolio 1 Session will begin at 10:15 a.m. November 2, 2015

Math Portfolio 1

Session will begin at 10:15 a.m. November 2, 2015

Assignment Window and Details

November 2 – November 6 The Portfolio will include:

Assignment Window and Details • November 2 – November 6 The Portfolio will include: Word Problems

Word Problems Decimals

Extended Responses

Grade is based off of 20 total points.

We will be working on the Portfolio exclusively during

Math session this week.

What is expected
What is expected
• Students are expected to explain their answers in word form. • Students are expected to
• Students are expected to explain their
answers in word form.
• Students are expected to show their work
– not just an answer.
• Students are allowed to use their
accommodations for this assignment.
What is expected • Students are expected to explain their answers in word form. • Students

Tips for writing great answers

Make sure to explain how you found your answer in word form.

Example: 25 x 32

Tips for writing great answers • Make sure to explain how you found your answer in

I use partial products to find the answer. First I expanded 25 into 20 + 5 and then I expanded 32 into 30 + 2. I then distributed the tens place in 25 to the tens place in 32 and the ones place in 32. So, 20 x 30 = 600, 20 x 2 = 40. Then I distributed the ones place in 25 to the tens place in 32 and the ones place in 32. So, 5 x 30 = 150, 5 x 2 = 10. I then added all the products together – 600 + 40 + 150 + 10 = 800.

(Your descriptions does NOT have to be this long! Remember, your student can tell you what they are thinking and the LC can type/write for them!)

Steps to Success

  • 1. Learn how to demonstrate your thinking when answering extended response questions. Watch this video that focuses on how you use models, words, and numbers to explain your thinking.
    https://sas.elluminate.com/site/external/jwsdetect/playback.jnlp?psid=2015-10- 22.0757.M.4BA4DDF44037ADED5CA9A202FC99A2.vcr&sid=559

  • 2. Watch this short tutorial to review math concepts that you will see on the portfolio. https://sas.elluminate.com/site/external/jwsdetect/playback.jnlp?psid=2015-10- 26.0751.M.F37162170E4D8512D1AD02D9070AB8.vcr&sid=559

  • 3. Download the portfolio questions, If you do not have a printer, simply respond on a separate sheet of paper.

  • 4. Do you best! Even if you don’t know the answer, complete the steps you think you should take.

File Transfers

You will receive the

Portfolio in Word and PDF Steps to Success

File Transfers • You will receive the • Portfolio in Word and PDF • Steps to
What to do today? • Watch your videos from the Steps to Success file. • You

What to do today?

Watch your videos from the Steps to Success file.

You may begin working on your portfolio, but we will work on them in class this week. Each day we will focus on 1 problem. This will help everyone be able to complete the portfolio by Friday, November 6 th .

Ways to Submit the Portfolio to your Math Teacher:

File share in OLS Scan and Kmail/email Take a photo and kmail/email Mail it via USPS

Ways to Submit the Portfolio to your Math Teacher: • File share in OLS • Scan

Reminders

Portfolio window: November 2 – November 6

Total points = 20 for all questions (each question on the portfolio tells you how much they are worth)

You will receive a grade for Math.

Reminders • Portfolio window: November 2 – November 6 • Total points = 20 for all

Don’t Forget!

Portfolios are due November 6 th We will be working on them in class this week. Study Island Pathway 2 was due October 30 th Study Island Pathway 3 is open and due December 18 th .

Don’t Forget! • Portfolios are due November 6 • We will be working on them in

Questions?

Questions?