**Topic: **
| Decimals and Place Value |

**Content: **
| decimal (a number with place values to the right of the ones place to express parts of one, such as tenths and hundredths), decimal point (a point used to separate the ones place from the tenths place), digit (any of the ten symbols, 0-9, that name a number), place value (a digit's value based on its position in a number), and standard form (written in number form (using digits) |

**Materials:**
| KWL chart, worksheets, pencil, whiteboard, and markers |

**Introduction:**
| Students will first fill out the K and the W on the KWL chart. Math terminology will be discussed. Students will be reminded as to where the decimal point goes when they are adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing decimals. |

**Development:**
| Several examples of (+,-,*,/) basic operations problems will be written on the whiteboard. Teacher will demonstrate one problem of each of the basic operations. |

**Practice:**
| Teacher will write several problems on the whiteboard and ask for volunteers to work out the problems. |

**Accommodations:**
| KWL chart will be available in spanish, KWL and other worksheets will be available on colored paper, and multiplication charts will be available as well. |

**Checking For Understanding:**
| All worksheets as well as the definitions of the math terms will be assessed to see where further review is required. |

**Closure:**
| Finish the L in the KWL chart and work on Math Terms word scramble. Once students unscramble the words they will write the definition of the term in their own words. |