Math lesson for 6th grade for teaching GCF and LCM. Video instruction, worked examples, guided practice, and instructor notes.
For one-on-one or whole-class mathematics instruction, use this Guzinta Math lesson as a supplement for teaching about the greatest common factor and least common multiple of two numbers--key concepts in 6th grade.
NEW 5.0 version contains a slicker look, an exploratory module on composing and decomposing products using the Distributive Property and an interactive tool, and extra practice questions which appear progressively over 3 weeks from starting the app.
The lesson app also includes the popular Practice Meter feature, which can keep track of each student's practice level for this app across sessions. The purpose of the Practice Meter is to motivate students to come back and revisit this content and complete modules at regular intervals. Revisit the lesson app to keep your Practice Meter out of the red (or in the blue). It becomes easier over time to maintain your practice level above the key levels of 80 or 25, because the meter depletes much more slowly after a week, then a month, then 3 months, has passed.
This math lesson app also includes a NOTES feature: helpful tips for students, self-explanation questions, further information, and even suggestions for extension or family involvement--for every question and example!
Guzinta Math: GCF and LCM focuses on determining the greatest common factor (GCF) and the least common multiple (LCM) of two numbers and using these techniques to simplify fractions and to decompose numeric expressions by writing sums and differences as products using the Distributive Property.
For one-on-one or whole-class mathematics instruction, use this Guzinta Math lesson as a supplement for teaching about the greatest common factor and least common multiple of two numbers--key concepts in 6th grade. The app includes detailed instructor notes for each guided practice problem, with notes about extending discussion around each worked example and problem.
Instructors and/or students can turn on and use the new canvas feature in the app to write all over the screen--take notes, highlight key terms and ideas, show work, etc.