
Greater Latrobe School District
Weekly Lesson Plan
Teacher: Mrs. Merlin Week of: Jan. 14  18Subject: Math Level: 6MondayDay 2
Objective(s): Dividing Decimals by Decimals
Instructional Strategies:
 Understand that multiplying divisor and dividend by the same power of ten does not change their quotient.
 Calculate quotients of decimals by multiplying the numerator and denominator by an appropriate power of ten and finding the quotient of the resulting whole numbers.
Homework: See Homework Link
Assessments: formative
TuesdayDay 3
Objective(s): Students compute sums, differences, products, and quotients of multidigit whole numbers and decimals, using efficient algorithms.
Instructional Strategies: Unit 5 Assessment
Homework: See Homework Link
Assessments: formative
WednesdayDay 4
Objective(s): Tape Diagrams and Equations
Instructional Strategies:
 Use tape diagrams to reason about unknown values in equations of the form x+p=q and px=q.
 Use tape diagrams to reason about writing the equations x+p=q and px=q in different forms.
 Represent equations of the form x+p=q and px=q with tape diagrams.
Homework: See Homework Link
Assessments: formative
ThursdayDay 5
Objective(s): Truth and Equations
Instructional Strategies:
 Represent problems in context with equations of the form x+p=qand px=q.
 Understand that an equation can be true or false.
 Understand that, in an equation with a variable, a value substituted for the variable that makes the equation true is called a solution to the equation.
 Use substitution to determine whether a given number in a specified set makes an equation true.
 Understand that a letter standing in for a number is called a variable.
Homework: See Homework Link
Assessments: formative
FridayDay 6
Objective(s): Staying in Balance
Instructional Strategies:
 Understand how a balanced hanger can represent a true equation.
 Write equations of the form x+p=q and px=q to represent balanced hangers.
 Use balanced hangers to reason about finding solutions to equations of the form x+p=q and px=q.
Homework: See Homework Link
Assessments: formative