Pages 1-7 of your ISN will help you keep the information you learn this year organized. These will be your index pages. You will use these pages to record the title and page number for all of your entries.
Your syllabus will be on page 8 of your ISN. The syllabus will give you information about the math class, contact information, grading scale, supply list, classroom rules, consequences and other pertinent information.
The ISN guidelines will give you information on ISN checks, lost ISNs, absences, and more. This page will help you know what is expected of you.
This is the first page in your ISN were you will be making predictions. From what you’ve learned, so far, about your ISN, what do you think it will look like? How do you think it will help you study?
This page explains how your ISN will be graded.
This will be another prediction page. You will draw pictures of how you will use your ISN to study for math class.
You will use a four category system to evaluate your learning of a math topic. This will help you know how much time you need to spend mastering the topic.
The Common Core’s Standards for Mathematical Practice (SMPs) focus on what it means for students to be mathematically proficient. These standards describe your behaviors as you learn math, ensure an understanding of math, and focus on developing reasoning and building mathematical communication.
The Math Talk page is something we will use everyday! It will help you question your thinking and the thinking of others. It will help you (and me) reveal your understanding and misunderstandings of the math you are learning. It
Think of five important things you do when solving math problems. You will record those things in your paw. Then we will add to the things you do and write those outside of the paw.
This page lists 6 things you can do to help you solve math word problems. You can use this when you are working on a “hard” math problem. If you use it often enough, it will become second nature!
The DOK has 4 levels. Depth of Knowledge, or DOK, is a way to think about content complexity, not content difficulty. Complexity is different from difficulty. For example, if students have not seen the word or content before, it might
Make a prediction! What will you look like when you solve a DOK 3 math problem?