Long Division Stations
November 17th-20th, 23rd
Station 1: Review with Ms. Johnson
Station 2: IXL with Ms. Hartmann
YOU WILL NEED YOUR MATH NOTEBOOK AND A PENCIL!
Station 3: Weekly Performance Task
YOU WILL USE MARKERS AND THE BIG WHITE PAPER!
Station 4: Hidden Picture Sheet
YOU WILL NEED THE TWO WORKSHEETS, PENCIL, PAPER TO WORK OUT PROBLEMS, AND COLORING DEVICES!
Station 5: Division Game
Link 1 - This link has an example of how to solve a division problem using the partial quotient method. This link is included as support since we have been working with this method in class.
Link 2 - This link allows you to create, and solve, division problems with a divisor up to 50 and a dividend up to 500. Follow the directions below so you can get credit for your work.
1. Get a "Quotient Cafe Recording Sheet" from me.
2. Click on the link for "The Quotient Cafe".
3. Use the slider bar to create a problem described on your recording sheet.
4. Record the problem you created on your recording sheet and then click "start".
5. Solve the problem using the partial quotient method. Use the link to check each step as you go.
6. Make sure you create and solve each problem described on the recording sheet.
YOU WILL NEED YOUR LAPTOP, PENCILS, AND THE WORKSHEET FOR THIS!
Station 6: Vocabulary Practice
There are several reasons to watch the Studyjam.
It's a really great review. They also do a good job of using all the vocabulary words you need to know to be successful:
1. Watch the Studyjam.
2. In your math notebook, write the definition for each vocabulary word. (You can click on each word to see the definition under Key Vocabulary.)
3. Try the practice problems in Try It! Be ready to show your vocabulary and the Try It! problems in your notebook.
4. Use the problem 25 ÷ 4 to explain your vocabulary words. Use the words divisor, dividend, quotient, and remainder in your explanation. Use this link to make a Comic to explain the vocabulary in a fun way.
YOU WILL NEED YOUR LAPTOP, YOUR MATH NOTEBOOK, AND A PENCIL!
Think About It: Ian wanted to bring donuts for his classmates. Each box contains a dozen donuts. If Ian has 27 people in his class, how many boxes of donuts will he need to buy? Something to consider: Would you want to be left out if Ian doesn't have enough donuts?
Grades Taken from these Stations:
- IXL D13
- Performance Task
- Division Game- Quotient Recording Sheet
This is a MathAntics video. He does a great job of explaining how to set up the problems and explains how to solve them step by step.
This link explains how to solve using the standard algorithm. It takes a problem and shows every step for how to solve the problem. There are also practice problems at the bottom.