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Let's Do Math - Connecting Factions, Decimals & Percents with Funda Gonulates - Shared screen with speaker view
Dee Crescitelli
25:10
https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/kcm_virtual.php#middle
Lisa Riggs
25:14
Lisa Riggs, KCM RC
Dee Crescitelli
26:17
Slides from today:https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_Middle_School-Funda_Gonulates-presentation.pdfHandouts from today: https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_Middle_School-Funda_Gonulates-handouts.pdf
Kelly DeLong
30:09
This image speaks to me. The interconnectedness of it is so important.
jwerner
31:26
10% = $2 5%= 1
Kelly DeLong
31:30
As a former waitress, this is a skill I use weekly.
Deron Hitch
31:40
move the decimal once for 10%, then half that for 5%
Cindy Aossey
31:41
5% is half of 10%
Michelle Gross
31:44
10% = $2 & 5% = $1
jwerner
32:33
10% = 2.40 20% = 2.45x2
jwerner
32:41
approx. $5
Cindy Aossey
32:43
10% is 2.45 and 20% is double that $4.90
Michelle Gross
32:44
10% = 2.45 and 20% = 4.90
Michelle Gross
33:07
I doubled 10%
Kelly DeLong
33:11
10% is 2.45 20% is 4.90 I doubled 10%.
Cindy Aossey
33:11
Used 10%
jwerner
33:13
doubled 10
mgreene
33:13
use 10%
jwerner
34:17
10% = 1.50 15%=1.50+.75 20%=3%
Rachel Wingo
34:58
Use the measurement to help visualize doubling and halfing
dakotapannebecker
35:08
It will also create a form of a number line for students to see the increasing amounts
Michelle Gross
35:08
Seeing the part to whole connection
Kelly DeLong
36:36
Great at-home idea!
Cindy Aossey
36:50
Moving beyond 100%
jwerner
36:51
total amount
Kelly DeLong
36:51
More than a whole.
dakotapannebecker
36:53
Going above 100%
mgreene
37:05
> 100%
Kelly DeLong
37:15
There is so much beautiful math beyond 100%.
Cindy Aossey
37:57
Halfway between 100% and 125%
jwerner
39:37
100
dakotapannebecker
39:42
100?
Cindy Aossey
39:43
100% is 100
Juaacklyn Cunningham
39:44
is it 112.5
dakotapannebecker
40:08
I did 125+100 and then dived the sum by 2
Cindy Aossey
40:23
Half of 25% is 12.5%, so 112.5%... so it's 112.5
dakotapannebecker
42:17
I focused on the percent and value since I knew it was 1:1
Dee Crescitelli
42:59
I of course focused on the empty space and subtracted 12.5 from 125!
Cindy Aossey
43:32
This one is 125% plus 12.5%
Kelly DeLong
43:45
Same idea as the previous one. I am adding 12.5% to 125%
Michelle Gross
44:49
the relationship between 200% and 400 is times 2; so I would do 137.5 x 2 = 275
Lisa Riggs
44:55
125% + 25% is 150% so the 25% is divided by 2
dakotapannebecker
45:33
Kelly, really well said.
Cindy Aossey
45:35
So 137.5%. Double that to get the top bar value... 275. Now I'm realizing I could think in terms of eighths... it could be 1 3/8 x 200 = 200 + 75
Michelle Gross
45:59
I'll have to type it. My 6 year old is in here.
dakotapannebecker
48:22
Would it be representing the value or the percent?
Kelly DeLong
48:36
Hundreds strip! Love it! Various models for kids to see the math. Great Funda!
jwerner
48:49
Color the first grid completely and then color 12.5 squares on the second grid
Dee Crescitelli
49:05
Students need to see the quantities represented in many different ways!
Deron Hitch
49:14
One whole grid filled in, and 12.5 in the second
Michelle Gross
49:21
Fill the whole 100 grid on one (100%), and then do 12 squares and one 1/2 square.
Amanda Brame
49:27
the first hundred would be completely shaded and then 12 and half squares in the second one
jwerner
50:40
Students see things differently
Dee Crescitelli
51:03
The second one makes it REALLY clear that we are talking bout more than one.
dakotapannebecker
51:06
Since students are able to connect in different ways to each representation
Cindy Aossey
51:08
I think the meaning of 1% shows up more clearly in the second diagram
dakotapannebecker
51:25
It is also filling up their tool boxes.
Maggie
54:35
09 and 12
Cindy Aossey
54:54
39 and 52
Deron Hitch
55:09
18 and 24
Cindy Aossey
55:10
oops - but I reused 5
Dee Crescitelli
55:23
Good catch, Cindy!
Dee Crescitelli
56:00
Slides from today:https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_Middle_School-Funda_Gonulates-presentation.pdfHandouts from today: https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_Middle_School-Funda_Gonulates-handouts.pdf
dakotapannebecker
57:56
My students love open number lines!
Charlotte Smith
58:49
great activity benchmark fractions are challenging for fifth graders to grasp
Kelly DeLong
01:00:05
Card sorting is a great activity to do at home. Especially easy to make the cards plain paper. No printer needed. Easy to make.
MaryDuncan
01:01:05
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Michelle Gross
01:01:06
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jwerner
01:01:08
2
Kelly DeLong
01:01:41
Great use of a calculator as a tool. Love that suggestion.
Dee Crescitelli
01:02:22
When there are math arguments- everybody wins, because there's a great math discussion!
jackie
01:02:28
Really enjoyed the real world connection!!
Michelle Gross
01:02:41
Thank you!!
Julie Adams
01:02:50
If we are learning, we are winning!
MaryDuncan
01:02:52
Thank you!
dakotapannebecker
01:02:53
Loved how interactive it was!
tondathompson
01:02:55
Thank you, Funda! I always learn something from you.
Rachel Wingo
01:02:58
Thanks so much!
Lisa Riggs
01:03:08
Great resources
Deron Hitch
01:03:10
Love the activities and multiple representations
MaryDuncan
01:03:16
I have learned so much from this!
Cindy Aossey
01:03:28
I love the estimating game with a calculator as a check.
kkilburn1
01:03:29
Thank you very much!! Great session!
jsexton
01:03:44
Thank you! Love these Number Lines and game cards.
Cindy Aossey
01:03:49
Great representation on the bar model. That's so powerful!
Julie Adams
01:03:51
Thank you, Funda! New game for our family to play tonight! :)
KFord Marion County
01:03:51
Thank you!
jackie
01:03:52
Can't wait to share with my intermediate teachers!!
Michelle Gross
01:04:03
I am going to use the Getting Close Game on my next Google Meet with my students.
Juaacklyn Cunningham
01:04:05
Thank you Funda! Love the multiple representations and games.
Tab’s iPhone X
01:04:06
Thank you.
MaryDuncan
01:04:11
Can't wait to share with my teammates!
mgreene
01:04:16
Seeing the different representations for fractions, percents, like games.
MaryDuncan
01:04:26
Love the games!
Juaacklyn Cunningham
01:04:51
Thank you for Kelly for thinking about equity and access.
tondathompson
01:04:52
Great point, Kelly!
Bonny Davenport
01:05:20
Awesome Funda!!! Thank you so much!
mgreene
01:05:22
Thank you so much Funda.
Carrie Riley
01:05:24
I like he multiple representations and the games.
Deron Hitch
01:05:26
Thanks!