Engage NY Eureka Math 5th Grade Module 6 Lesson 28 Answer Key

Eureka Math Grade 5 Module 6 Lesson 28 Problem Set Answer Key

Question 1.
a. What does being fluent with a math skill mean to you?
b. Why is fluency with certain math skills important?
c. With which math skills do you think you should be fluent?
d. With which math skills do you feel most fluent? Least fluent?
e. How can you continue to improve your fluency?
a. Fluent in math skills means to me that to recall mathematics facts and concepts without thinking, their number sense, flexibility of thinking, appropriate and efficient responses to problems, the accuracy of their answers, and their understanding of representations in mathematics.
b. Fluent math facts mean less confusion
Math facts are important because they form the building blocks for higher-level math concepts. When a child masters his/her math facts, these concepts will be significantly easier and the student will be better equipped to solve them faster.
c.  Divisions, Multiplications, addition, Subtraction , Decimals and Fractions .
d. Most – Multiplication , and Division , Especially Mental .
Least – Volume and coordinate planes .
e.

1. Practicing math at the grocery store while buying items.
2. Using fractions while cooking or baking at home.
3. Keeping math manipulatives on hand and engaging during playtime.
4. Play family games that include math.
5. Building a daily or nightly routine that features frequent math practice

Question 2.
Use the chart below to list skills from today’s activities with which you are fluent.

 Fluent Skills

Fluent Skills

1.  Fractions
2. Convert to Hundredths
4. Unit Conversions.

Question 3.
Use the chart below to list skills we practiced today with which you are less fluent.

 Skills to Practice More

Skills to Practice More

1. Write Fractions and Mixed values .
2. Multiply a Fractions and a whole number .
3. Round to Nearest One
4. Decompose Decimals

What math skills have you improved through our Fluency Practice this year? How do you know you’ve improved? What math skills do you need to continue to practice this summer? Why?
The skills that have improved by Fluency practice is
Calculations of addition , subtraction, Division and Multiplication problems.
Tables .
Oral Calculations increase thinking ability .
I know that i have improved doing Calculations without using pen and paper and solving problems with different Approach .
Skills to practice more in this summer are.

1. Write Fractions and Mixed values .
2. Multiply a Fractions and a whole number .
3. Round to Nearest One
4. Decompose Decimals

Question 1.
a. Which skills should you practice this summer to maintain and build your fluency? Why?
b. Write a goal for yourself about a skill that you want to work on this summer.
c. Explain the steps you can take to reach your goal.
d. How will reaching this goal help you as a math student?
a. Divisions, Multiplications, addition, Subtraction , Decimals and Fractions . It helps in calculations mentally and solving them helps to without any stress of formulas .
b. Fractions Set – DMAS
c. Solving all the fractions forms daily each topic and practicing more sums mentally and orally .
d. Yes , Allowing a student to write out, discuss and follow through with his or her goal math goals is a great way to contribute a sense of personal ownership to the learning process. Goals will be an integral part of your student’s math tutoring experience, but can be integrated into home life as well.

Question 2.
In the chart below, plan a new fluency activity that you can play at home this summer to help you build or maintain a skill that you listed in Problem 1(a). When planning your activity, be sure to think about the factors listed below:

• The materials that you’ll need.
• Who can play with you (if more than 1 player is needed).
• The usefulness of the activity for building your skills.

Skill:
Name of Activity:
Materials Needed:
Description: