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- Kristen D., 1st year teacher
- Houston, TX
Divisibility Rules Teacher Resources
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Seventh graders examine and explain the rules of divisibility, prime and composite numbers, and multiples. They list the rules of divisibility then practice completing repeated division process of factorization. They also create factor trees to identify the prime numbers.
Eighth graders explore the rules of divisibility, prime and composite numbers and multiples. They define the rules of divisibility and use repeated division to divide a number by the smallest prime number possible. Students repeat the process dividing by prime numbers only.
Sixth graders review previous information they have discovered regarding decoding strategies and make classroom posters os the animal syllable division rules. They practice by saying words while listening for the syllable break and decide what letter sound ends the first syllable to enable them to divide the word.
Sixth graders investigate the importance of note taking. The teacher directs the students to follow four rules of effective note taking. They are: listen closely, take notes in your own words, shorten words and use phrases instead of sentences, and write down the main ideas and important details.