# J Peck

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This lesson brings together a unit on extending the number line as it applies to real world contexts. This lesson includes: Lesson problem (serves as notes) Exit Ticket Station Activities (5 – Ideal for student presentation and peer
Subjects:
Applied Math, Numbers, Word Problems
6th
Types:
Activities, Assessment, Minilessons
CCSS:
6.NS.C.5, 6.NS.C.7
\$2.00
23 ratings
4.0
7 Stations with recording sheet. Students have a choice of four stations from station activities 1-5. Stations 6 and 7 are required. The recording sheet has prompts provided. Ideal for an observation, can use various approaches. I used bar
Subjects:
Algebra, Arithmetic, Word Problems
6th
Types:
Activities, Assessment, Minilessons
CCSS:
6.EE.B.7
\$3.00
23 ratings
4.0
Lesson 2 of 3 A percent is a ratio that compares a number to 100. The symbol % is used to show a percent. Keep reiterating this point to students. Ideally, percent’s should come at the end of RP lessons and after NS.1 so students have worked with
Subjects:
Applied Math, Numbers, Word Problems
6th
Types:
Worksheets, Assessment, Minilessons
\$2.00
15 ratings
4.0
This lesson brings together a unit on extending the number line as it applies to real world contexts. This lesson includes: Lesson problem (room specific for notes, build it together!) Practice Problems (designed for back of lesson problem) 2 Exit
Subjects:
Applied Math, Numbers, Word Problems
6th
Types:
Activities, Assessment, Minilessons
CCSS:
6.NS.C.5, 6.NS.C.7
\$2.00
11 ratings
4.0
These questions ooze rigor! Here students work through real life problems to identify equivalent ratios, compare ratios, apply conversions and graph ratios. There's not much on rate here, but can be used as a strategy to solve some of the problems.
Subjects:
Applied Math, Word Problems
6th
Types:
Worksheets, Activities, Minilessons
CCSS:
6.RP.A.1, 6.RP.A.2, 6.RP.A.3
\$2.00
13 ratings
4.0
Designed to be printed front and back and cut in half, this practice sheet is focused practice on the specific skill of applying inverse operations to solve addition/subtraction and multiplication/division equations. The top half will be front and
Subjects:
Algebra, Basic Operations
6th
Types:
Worksheets, Assessment
CCSS:
6.EE.B.7
\$1.50
8 ratings
4.0
This lesson covers various real life situations that are represented by integers. For example if Larry gains 5 pounds, this is represented with the integer 5 or +5. The opposite integer would be -5, and this would represent Larry's weight LOSS of 5
Subjects:
Applied Math, Numbers
6th
Types:
Worksheets, Activities, Assessment
CCSS:
6.NS.C.5
\$2.00
7 ratings
4.0
Here you will find a lesson + stations activity + stations recording sheet. All solutions and strategies provided. The lesson focuses on identifying key words/ideas to identify GCF vs. LCM problems. We want to move away from the idea of 'key words'
Subjects:
Applied Math, Numbers, Word Problems
6th
Types:
Activities, Assessment, Minilessons
CCSS:
6.NS.B.4
\$2.00
7 ratings
4.0
These can be used as stations or activity cards. There are 7 situations where students need to: Write an equation Solve using inverse operations Substitute to verify their solutions. This is focused practice to strengthen this specific
Subjects:
Algebra, Applied Math, Word Problems
6th
Types:
Activities, Assessment, Minilessons
CCSS:
6.EE.B.5, 6.EE.B.7
\$2.00
4 ratings
4.0
6.RP.2 Using unit rate to solve cost per item problems. This lesson includes: Mini-lesson (involving a bakers dozen, bring in some history) Problem cards (can be used as stations or set per group) Recording Sheet Solutions - comprehensive (one set
Subjects:
Applied Math, Word Problems, Decimals
6th
Types:
Activities, Minilessons
\$1.50
8 ratings
3.9
Lesson 1 of 3 A percent is a ratio that compares a number to 100. The symbol % is used to show a percent. Keep reiterating this point to students. Ideally, percent’s should come at the end of RP lessons and after NS.1 so students have worked with
Subjects:
Applied Math, Numbers, Word Problems
6th
Types:
Worksheets, Assessment, Minilessons
\$2.00
7 ratings
4.0
Students need to determine which package a pretzel company should choose. The underlying idea is for students to connect the idea of minimizing production costs to the amount of materials used.
Subjects:
Applied Math, Geometry, Word Problems
6th
Types:
Worksheets, Activities, Assessment
CCSS:
6.G.A.2, 6.G.A.4
\$1.50
5 ratings
4.0
This math lab is based off of Dan Meyer’s video “Nana’s Chocolate Milk” Pure genius! I chose to make chocolate milk with the students and demonstrated the milk quandary live; but you can just as easily view the video and apply the same materials.
Subjects:
Applied Math, Fractions, Measurement
6th
Types:
Activities, Assessment, Minilessons
CCSS:
6.RP.A.1, 6.RP.A.3, MP1, MP2, MP4, MP8
\$4.00
6 ratings
3.9
10 station problems (designed to cut into half sheets) The page with the photo is designed to be folded in half as a folder for the station cards. Recording sheet provided Exit ticket provided Mixed skills review homework (depends on where you are
Subjects:
Applied Math, Fractions, Word Problems
6th
Types:
Worksheets, Activities, Assessment
CCSS:
6.NS.A.1
\$2.00
8 ratings
4.0
Lesson is differentiated to two levels. This cross curricular activity asks students to put together a puzzle. They must match events in the life of Benjamin Banneker to the date at which the event occurred. However! The date is hidden within an
Subjects:
Numbers, Order of Operations, Place Value
6th
Types:
Activities, Cooperative Learning, Cultural Activities
CCSS:
6.EE.A.1, 6.EE.A.2
\$2.00
7 ratings
3.9
You'll get 1 full unit assessment, 1 re-assessment and a short quiz suitable for modeling. Great unit jumpstart and serves as a guideline for unit lesson sequence and design. I'm very particular with test design, so each question addresses a
Subjects:
Fractions, Word Problems
6th
Types:
Assessment
\$2.00
3 ratings
4.0
Study Guide with several questions covering each concept Assessment (test only with multiple choice, short answer and extended constructed response) Solutions Standard: 6.NS.5 Understand that positive and negative numbers are used together to
Subjects:
Applied Math, Numbers
6th
Types:
Assessment
CCSS:
6.NS.C.5, 6.NS.C.6a, 6.NS.C.7
\$2.00
3 ratings
4.0
Included - Mini-lesson, student practice, exit ticket, homework. Comprehensive solutions included. Please visit my YouTube page for a tutorial on this model titled 6.NS.1 Dividing Fractions - Number
Subjects:
Applied Math, Fractions, Word Problems
6th
Types:
Computation, Minilessons, Homework
CCSS:
6.NS.A.1
\$1.50
3 ratings
4.0
6.NS.1 Dividing Fractions – Understanding the Reciprocal When dividing fractions we multiply by the reciprocal. We do this so we can effectively make the divisor 1. This lesson is carried out through visual models and identifying the
Subjects:
Fractions
6th
Types:
Worksheets, Assessment
\$1.50
3 ratings
3.8
Classwork (front and back) Homework (front and back, with some direct practice as well) Worked out solutions, I also included my notes that are comprised of two lesson problems and a variety of approaches. There is also practice for simple direct
Subjects:
Algebra, Arithmetic, Word Problems
6th
Types:
Worksheets, Activities, Minilessons
CCSS:
6.EE.B.7
\$2.00
3 ratings
4.0
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I was the last of my friends to learn that singer Robin Thicke was Alan Thicke’s son, the surprise on my face set them off in raucous laughter (thanks guys). Then I repeated this story to another group of friends and this one girl, all doey eyed wearing an expression of genuine excitement, goes “He is?!” Regularly I experience the feeling that I’m the last to know, but experience has taught me that this is entirely untrue. We learn from each other and are lucky enough to engage within platforms where we can freely exchange content, strategies along with a whole host of other things. If it’s my teaching experience that interests you: 6th Grade Mathematics (2011-current) 4th Grade general content knowledge (2005-2011)

MY TEACHING STYLE

If education were fashion, then it is haute couture that I craft. I’m intense, precise, strange, dramatic, work right up to deadlines, and sometimes pretend to be French all for that moment, that pinnacle of runway enlightenment. Work it.

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I’m an outlier, and outliers know all too well that we don’t often get credit or recognition for the work we do, we’re too controversial. Independent study with author and Philosopher Dr. Colin McGinn on the Philosophy of Sound Economics Honors Society - Omricon Delta Epsilon High Honors in Philosophy

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Currently enrolled at Rutger’s University for a Masters in Mathematics Education; Classes in body language with the Nonverbal Group; Children’s book writing and Article writing courses with Gotham Writers Workshop; CELTA certification obtained through the Bell International School located in Warsaw, Poland; undergraduate double degree in Economics and Philosophy through Rutger’s University.

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