Math Intervention - Assing Schroeder View Blog
Math Intervention follows the sixth grade MMS math curriculum, but often
at a slower pace and with frequent reteaching and practice. Students regularly receive one-on-one and small group instruction.
Prime Time (Number Sense)
Covering and Surrounding (Measurement)
Data About Us (Graphing and Analyzing Data)
How Likely is it? (Probability and Chance)
Bits and Pieces 1 and 2 (Fractions, Decimals and Percents)
Shapes and Designs (Geometry)
Mrs. Assing Schroeder
Bachelor's of Science in Elementary Education
Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction, Focus: Special Education
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- Plans for the Week of May 6-10
Students will continue practicing various probabilty problems. The class will have a summative on probability on Friday, May 10.
- Plans for the Week of April 29-May 3
Students will begin our new unit on probability. The class will complete a variety of activities about chance using dice, coins and spinners.
- Plans for the Week of April 22-26
Students will practice reading and interpreting different types of graphs. The class will review various concepts in preparation for the math OAA, which students will take on Thursday, April 25.
- Plans for the Week of April 15-19
Students will practice creating line graphs. The class will continue plotting points on coordinate planes. Students will learn how to reflect and translate points and shapes on a coordinate plane.
The Texas Instrument calculator that was part of the sixth grade supply list can be kept at home as calculators are provided for classwork. Students need to be familiar with how to work the Texas Instruments calculator.