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Thursday, May 19

Learning Targets:  All Unit 10 Learning Targets

Classwork:  Bellringer, review for test, Unit 10 Test

Homework:  None

Wednesday, May 18

I can find the probability of compound events and identify possible outcomes by using an organized list a table, or a tree diagram.

I can design and utilize a simulation to predict the probability of a compound event.

Classwork:  Finish SB 22-3 and 22-4

Homework:  None

Monday, May 16

I can find the probability of compound events and identify possible outcomes by using an organized list a table, or a tree diagram.

I can design and utilize a simulation to predict the probability of a compound event.

Classwork:  Finish SB 22-1 and 22-2, begin SB 22-3 and 22-4

Homework:  None

Friday, May 13

I can find the probability of compound events and identify possible outcomes by using an organized list a table, or a tree diagram.

I can design and utilize a simulation to predict the probability of a compound event.

Classwork:  SB 22-1 and 22-2

Homework:  None

Wednesday, May 11 and Thursday, May 12

I can develop a probability model and use it to determine the probability of events.

I can compare probabilities from a model to observed frequencies by gathering data from a simulation of a chance process.

Classwork:  Finish Springboard 21-1, SB 21-2, get back Unit 9 test

Homework:  None

Tuesday, May 10

I can develop a probability model and use it to determine the probability of events. 

 I can compare probabilities from a model to observed frequencies by gathering data from a simulation of a chance process.

Classwork:  Bellringer, finish Springboard 20-3, and begin Springboard 21-1

Homework:  None

Monday, May 9

I can define probability as a ratio between 0 and 1 that compares all favorable outcomes to all possible outcomes.

I can interpret the liklihood of an event occuring based on the probability ratios distance from 0 to 1

Classwork:  Bellringer, review probability worksheet, SB 20-1, 20-2, and 20-3

Homework:  None

Friday, May 6

Learning Targets:  All Unit 9 Learning Targets

I can define probability as a ratio between 0 and 1 that compares all favorable outcomes to all possible outcomes.

I can interpret the liklihood of an event occuring based on the probability ratios distance from 0 to 1

Classwork:  Bellringer, finish Unit 9 Test, Introduction to probability powerpoint

Homework:  None

Thursday, May 5

Learning Targets:  All Unit 9 Learning Targets

Classwork:  Bellringer, Unit 9 Test

Homework:  None

Wednesday, May 4

Learning Targets:  All Unit 9 Learning Targets

Classwork:  Bellringer, Review for Unit 9 Test

Homework:  None

Tuesday, May 3

Learning Targets: I can compare two populations by using their measures of center (means and/or medians) calculated from random samples of each population.

I can compare two populations by using their measures of variability (mean absolute deviations and/or interquartile ranges) calculated from random samples of each population.

Classwork:  Bellringer, SB 26-2 and 26-3

Homework:  Study for Unit 9 Test

Monday, May 2

Learning Targets:  

I can use data from a random sample to draw inferences about a population.

I can generate multiple samples of the same size to determine the variation of the inferences made based on the data.

I can use data displays to visually compare data displays to visually compare two data sets and measure the difference between the centers usign the mean absolute deviation or interquartile range.

Classwork:  Bellringer, review 6th grade math packet, sample variability, SB p. 351 # 17-20, begin SB 26-1 # 1-9

Homework:  Finish SB 26-1 # 1-9 if not finished in class.

Friday, April 27

Learning Targets:  

I can explain that inferences about a population can be made by examining a sample and that random sampling tends to produce representative samples and valid inferences.

I know that inferences are only valid if the sample is representative of the population.

I can use data from a random sample to draw inferences about a population.

I can generate multiple samples of the same size to determine the variation of the inferences made based on the data.

Classwork:  Bellringer, sample vocabulary, finish p. 335 # 23-21, sample size activity

Homework: Complete 6th Grade Data/Statistics Review packet for Monday 

Thursday, April 26

Learning Targets:  6th Grade Data and Statistics Learning Targets

I can explain that inferences about a population can be made by examining a sample and that random sampling tends to produce representative samples and valid inferences.

I know that inferences are only valid if the sample is representative of the population.

Classwork:  Bellringer, finish reviewing 6th Grade Data/Statistics, SB 24-1

Homework:  Complete 6th Grade Data/Statistics Review packet for Monday

Wednesday, April 25

Learning Targets:  All Unit 8 Learning Targets

6th Grade Data and Statistics Learning Targets

Classwork:  Finish Unit 8 Test, Review data and statistics learning targets

Homework:  Complete 6th Grade Data/Statistics packet for Friday

Tuesday, April 24

Learning Targets:  All Unit 8 Learning Targets

Classwork:  Review all Unit 8 Learning Targets, Unit 8 Test

Homework:  6th Grade math packet due on Friday

Monday, April 23

Learning Targets:  I can determine the volume of three dimensional figures composed of polygons.  

I can show that I know the formulas to find the volume of cylinders, cones, and sphere by using them to solve problems

Classwork:  Review volume, volume stations, volume skill practice

Homework:  Study for Unit 8 Test on Tuesday

Friday, April 22

Learning Targets:  I can determine the volume of three dimensional figures composed of polygons.  

I can show that I know the formulas to find the volume of cylinders, cones, and sphere by using them to solve problems.

Classwork: Intro to volume formulas, water experiement, notes on volume, volume skill practice

Homework:  Study for Unit 8 Test on Tuesday

Thursday, April 21

Learning Targets:  I can determine the surface area of three-dimensional figures composed of polygons.

Classwork:  Bellringer, review homework, SB p. 18-2 and 18-3, surface area exit slip

Homework:  None

Wednesday, April 20

Learning Targets: 

I can show that I know the formulas for the area and circumference of a circle by using them to solve problems.

I can explain the relationship between the area and circumference of a circle.

I can determine the surface area of three-dimensional figures composed of polygons.

Classwork:  Bellringer, Check Homeowork, finish area of circles, SB, begin SB 18-2

Homework:  SB p. 211 # 3-8 (Lateral Area Only) due Thursday

Tuesday, April 19

Learning Target:  I can solve problems to find the areas of triangles, quadrilaterals, and other polygons

I can show that I know the formulas for the area and circumference of a circle by using them to solve problems.

I can explain the relationship between the area and circumference of a circle.

Classwork:  Bellringer, review homework, exit slip over area, circumference of circles notes

Homework:  Springboard p. 177 # 1-11

Monday, April 18

Learning Target:  I can solve problems to find the area of triangles, quadrilaterals, and other polygons

Classwork:  Finish Unit 7 Part 2 Geometry Post Assessment, formula sheet, Area practice

Homework:  Springboard p. 186-187 # 1-12

Friday, April 15

Learning Targets:  All Unit 7 Part 2 Geometry Learning Targets

Classwork:  Unit 7 Part 2 Geometry Post Assessment

Homework:  None

Thursday, April 14

Learning Targets:  All Unit 7 Part 2 Geometry Learning Targets

Classwork:  Bellringer, Unit 7 Part 2 Review, Exit Slip remediation

Homework:  Study for Unit 7 Part 2 Test Tomorrow!

Wednesday, April 13

Learning Targets:  I can explain how transformations can be used to prove that two figures are congruent or similar by describing a sequence of transformations that shows the congruency or similarity between them.

Classwork:  Bellringer, Review Transformations, combination transformations

Homework:  Finish combination transformations worksheet if needed

Tuesday, April 12

Learning Targets:  I can prove the properties of rotations by showing that:  During rotations, all corresponding points rotate the same angle measure from the center of rotation.

I can describe the effects of rotations and  on the coordinates of 2-dimensional figures

Classwork:  Bellringer, check homework, rotations review, quiz on rotations, dilation notes, dilation practice, dilation exit slip

Homework:  Study for Unit 7, Part 2 Test on Friday

 Monday, April 11

Learning Targets:  

Classwork:  Bellringer, notes on rotations, rotations practice, exit slip

Homework:  Rotations (1) Worksheet # 1-6, Study for Unit 7 Part 2 Test on Friday

Friday, April 1

MAP Testing!

Thursday, March 31

MAP Testing!

Wednesday, March 30

Learning Targets:  I can prove the properties of translations by showing that: Segments of equal length are created by connecting corresponding lengths.

I can describe the effects of translations of the coordinates of 2-dimensional figures.

Classwork:  Bellringer, review exit slip, review homework, translations practice, exit slip, map goal setting

Homework:  None

Tuesday, March 29

Learning Targets: 

 I can prove the properties of reflections by showing that:  During reflections, corresponding points will be equidistant to the line of reflection and create parallel lines when connected.

I can describe the effects of reflections of the coordinates of 2-dimensional figures.

I can prove the properties of translations by showing that: Segments of equal length are created by connecting corresponding lengths.

I can describe the effects of translations of the coordinates of 2-dimensional figures.

Classwork:  Bellringer, review reflections, reflections exit slip, guided notes on translations 

Homework:  Skill: Transforming Coordinates # 10-15

Monday, March 28

Learning Targets:  I can prove the properties of reflections by showing that:  During reflections, corresponding points will be equidistant to the line of reflection and create parallel lines when connected.

I can describe the effects of reflections of the coordinates of 2-dimensional figures.

Classwork:  Bellringer, Reflections guided notes and independent practice, finish Unit 6 Part 1 Test if necessary

Homework:  None

Friday, March 25

Learning Target:  All Unit 6 Part 1 Geometry Learning Targets

Classwork:  Bellringer, Unit 6 Part 1 Geometry Test

Homework:  None

Thursday, March 24

Learning Target:  All Unit 6 Part 1 Geometry Learning Targets

Classwork:  Pictures, review exit slips, Showdown review game!!

Homework:  Study for Unit 6 Part 1 Test Tomorrow!

Wednesday, March 23

Learning Target:  I can determine the two-dimensional figures produced by slicing a three-dimensional figure into plane sections

Classwork:  Bellringer, Can you cut it?, Learning Check, Pre-test corrections

Homework:  Study for Unit 6 Part 1 Test on Friday!

Tuesday, March 22 

 Learning Target:  I can use the relationship of angles and side lengths to determine if triangles are similar

Classwork:  Bellringer, SB p. 163 Practice, SB p. 164-166, exit slip

Homework:  Study for Unit 6, Part 1 Test on Friday!

Monday, March 21 Block 6/7

Learning Target:  I can use the relationship of angles and side lengths to determine if triangles are similar

Classwork:  Bellringer, Springboard p. 163 Review

Homework:  Study for Unit 6 Part 1 Test on Friday!

Friday, March 18

Learning Target:  I can draw geometric shapes with given conditions, including constructing triangles from three measures of angles or sides.

I can determine when three specific measurements will result in one triangle, more than one triangle, or no triangle.

Classwork:  Bellringer, Springboard 14-2 (Constructing Triangles), exit slip

Homework:  Springboard p. 155 # 1-18 due on Monday

Thursday, March 17

Learning Target:  I can draw geometric shapes with given conditions, including constructing triangles from three measures of angles or sides.

I can determine when three specific measurements will result in one triangle, more than one triangle, or no triangle.

Classwork:  Bellringer, Springboard 14-1

Homework:  Springboard p. 155 # 1-18 due on Monday now!

Wednesday, March 16

Learning Targets:  I can informally prove that the sum of any triangle's interior angles will have the same measure as a straight angle

I can informally prove that the exterior angles of triangles will always have a sum on 360 degrees by using my knowledge of a triangles interior angles

I can use the relationship of angles and side lengths to determine if triangles are similar.

Classwork:  Bellringer, review exit slip, triangle exploration activity

Homework:  Springboard p. 155 # 1-18 Due on Friday

Tuesday, March 15

Learning Target:  I can make conjectures regarding the relationships and measurements of the angles created when two parallel lines are cut by a transversal.

Classwork:  Bellriner, review angle relationships, word wall posters, making your own transversal

Homework:  Finish Making your own transversal if needed

Monday, March 14

Learning Target:  I can make conjectures regarding the relationships and measurements of the angles created when two parallel lines are cut by a transversal.

Classwork:  Bellringer, finish exit slip, Angle Relationships Activity, guided notes on angle relationships

Homework:  None

Thursday, March 10

Learning Targets:

I can identify supplementary, complementary, vertical, and adjacent angles.

I will use angle relationships to calculate the unknown angle in a figure

Classwork:  Bellringer, review homework, skill practice

Homework:  None

Wednesday, March 9

Learning Targets:  I can identify supplementary, complementary, vertical, and adjacent angles.

I will use angle relationships to calculate the unknown angle in a figure

Classwork:  Bellringer, Springboard 13-2, exit slip

Homework:  Springboard p. 145-146 # 1-17 due tomorrow!

Tuesday, March 8

Learning Targets:  I can identify supplementary, complementary, vertical, and adjacent angles.

I will use angle relationships to calculate the unknown angle in a figure.

Classwork:  Bellringer, SB 13-1 

Homework:  SB p. 145-146 # 1-17 Due Thursday.  Test Corrections are also due tomorrow.

Monday, March 7

Learning Target: I can solve problems involving scale drawings of figures by computing lengths and areas of a drawing and reproducing the image using a different scale

All Unit 5 Learning Targets

Classwork:  Bellringer, Unit 5 Test Analysis/Reflection and corrections, finish scale drawing of candy bar

Homework:  Finish Test Corrections if needed!

Friday, March 4

Learning Target: I can solve problems involving scale drawings of figures by computing lengths and areas of a drawing and reproducing the image using a different scale.

Classwork:  Bellringer, Scale notes, review SB 10-3, begin enlarging a candy bar

Homework:  Geometry Review Packet due on Monday! 

Thursday, March 3

Learning Target:  I can solve problems involving scale drawings of figures by computing lengths and areas of a drawing and reproducing the image using a different scale.

Classwork:  Bellringer, Unit 6 Pre-Test, Prep notebook for unit 6, SB 10-3 (Scale Drawings)

Homework:  SB Lesson 10-3 p. 108-110 look over and try the problems.  Geometry Review Packet due on Monday!  (This is a change!)

Wednesday, March 2

Learning Targets:  All Unit 5 Learning Targets

Classwork:  Finish Unit 5 Test, Geometry Review Packet

Homework:  Geometry Review Packet due on Friday.

Tuesday, March

Learning Targets:  All Unit 5 Learning Targets

Classwork:  Bellringer, take any last minute questions before the test, Unit 5 Test

Homework:  None

Monday, February 29

Learning Targets:  All 8th Grade Learning Targets for Unit 5

Classwork:  Bellringer, review exit slips, 8th grade learning targets review, slope intercept form matching

Homework:  Study for Unit 5 Test Tomorrow!

Friday, February 26

Learning Targets:  All 7th Grade Learning Targets for Unit 5

Classwork:  Bellringer, check homework, 7th grade learning targets review

Homework:  Study for Unit 5 Test on Tuesday, March 1st

Thursday, February 25

Learning Targets:

I can solve systems of two linear equations algebraically

I can interpret the graph of the solution of two linear equations

Classwork:  Bellringer, review homework, solving systems by substitution (algebraically), skill practice, exit slip

Homework:  Blocks 4/5 Students are to complete Solving systems of equations by substitution # 1-4, block 6/7 Students are to complete SB p. 197 # 1

 Wednesday, February 24

Learning Targets:  

I can solve systems of two linear equations by graphing

I can interpret the graph of the solution of two linear equations

Classwork:  Bellringer, review homework, SB Activity 14-2, Systems of equations organizer, exit slip

Homework:  KUTA Software sheet # 5-8, Study for Unit 5 Test on Tuesday, March 1

Tuesday, February 23

Learning Targets:  

I can solve systems of two linear equations by graphing

I can interpret the graph of the solution of two linear equations

Classwork:  Bellringer, review homework, SB Activity 14-1

Homework:  SB P. 187 # 1-7 (8th Grade Packet) Study for Unit 5 Test on Tuesday, March 1

Monday, Feburary 22

Learning Targets:   I can create an equation for a line in the form of y=mx+b where m is the slope and b is the y-intercept

I can solve systems of two linear equations by graphing

I can interpret the graph of the solution of two linear equations.

Classwork:  Bellringer, review exit slip from friday, complete pizza party task, begin SB Act. 14-1

Homework:  SB p. 180 # 13-17 (In 8th Grade Packet) 

Friday, February 19

Learning Targets:  

I can create an equation for a line in the form of y=mx+b where m is the slope and b is the y-intercept.

I can create and use similar right triangles to show that the ratio of the slope (m) is the same between any two points on a non-vertical line

I can solve real world mathematical problems that require creating two linear equations in the form on y = mx + b

Classwork:  Bellringer, finish exit slip from yesterday, begin Pizza Party Task

Homework: Finish assigned graph, table, and equation

Thursday, February 18

Learning Targets:  I can create an equation for a line in the form of y=mx+b where m is the slope and b is the y-intercept.

I can create and use similar right triangles to show that the ratio of the slope (m) is the same between any two points on a non-vertical line.

Classwork:  Bellringer, review homework, SB lesson 12-2 (in packet), triangle video with practice, exit slip

Homework: None 

Wednesday, February 17

Learning Target:  I can create an equation for a line in the form of y=mx+b where m is the slope and b is the y-intercept.

Classwork:  Bellringer, review homework, SB 12-1 Packet

Homework:  Springboard Packet p.153-154 # 6-15. This is in the students' packet that they received today.

Tuesday, February 16

Learning Targets:  I can graph a proportional relationship and interpret the unit rate as the slope of the graph.

Classwork:  Bellringer, check homework, mini lesson on graphing lines in slope intercept form

Homework:  Kuta Software Graphing Lines in Slope-Intercept Form Worksheet # 1-12, skip number 8

Friday, February 12

Learning Targets: 

 I can graph a proportional relationship on a coordinate plane.

I can interpret the unit rate as the slope of a graph.

Classwork:  Bellringer, Check homework, notes on slope, practice within Springboard, exit slip

Homework:  Springboard p. 145 # 1-10 Due on Tuesday.  (This is in the students' packet)

Thursday, February 11

Learning Targets: I can graph a proportional relationship on a coordinate plane.

I can interpret the unit rate as the slope of a graph.

Classwork:  Bellringer, check homework, Springboard p. 134-139

Homework:  Kuta: Slope of a line worksheet:  Students need to find the slope and y intercept of the line for 1-8

Monday, February 8

Learning Targets:  I can graph a proportional relationship on a coordinate plane.

I can interpret the unit rate as the slope of a graph.

Classwork:  Bellringer, review learning check from friday and make corrections, new learning targets, SB p. 132-134

Homework:  Springboard p.98 # 1-23 Due Tuesday

Friday, February 5

Learning Target:  I can write an equation that represents a proportional relationship

Classwork:  Bellringer, meaning of a point on a line, connections activity with graph, table, and equation.

Homework:  Springboard p. 98 # 13-23 Due Tuesday

Thursday, February 4

Learning Target:  I can write an equation that represents a proportional relationship.

Classwork:  Bellringer, review worksheets from yesterday, venn diagram comparing and contrasting proportional and non proportional relationships.

Homework:  None

Wednesday, February 3

Learning Target:  Given a table, graph, equation, or description, I can determine whether two quanttities are proportional, and if so, identify the unit rate.

Classwork:  Bellringer, skill practice with constant of proportionality, unit rate and creating equations that are proportional.

Homework:  None

Tuesday, February 2

Learning Target:  Given a table, graph, equation, or description, I can determine whether two quantities are proportional, and if so, identify the unit rate.

Classwork:  Bellringer, constant of proportionality powerpoint (graphs), group activity with graphs and tables, exit slip

Homework:  None

Monday, February 1

Learning Target:  Given a table, graph, equation, or description, I can determine whether two quantities are proportional, and if so, identify the unit rate.

Classwork:  Bellringer, constant of proportionality powerpoint (tables), skill practice

Homework:  None

Friday, January 29

Learning Target:  I can use proportional reasoning to solve real world ratio percent problems.
 
Classwork:  Bellringer, Review Homework (Springboard p. 131 # 1-16), exit slip
Homework:  None
 
Thursday, January 28

Learning Target:  I can use proportional reasoning to solve real world ration percent problems.  

Classwork:  Bellringer, review exit slip, finish powerpoint with proportions and percents (percent increase and decrease and interest), exit slip

Homework:  Springboard p. 131 # 1-16 due Friday

Wednesday, January 27

Learning Target:  I can use proportional reasoning to solve real world ratio percent problems.

Classwork:  Bellringer, review exit slip, review homework, powerpoint with proportions and percents (basic percents, tax), exit slip

Homework:  Springboard p. 131 # 1-16 due Friday

Tuesday, January 26

Learning Target:  I can use proportional reasoning to solve real world ratio and percent problems

Classwork:  Bellringer, complete exit slip, begin percent and sales tax powerpoint, 

Homework: Springboard p. 118 # 7-10 

Monday, January 25

Learning Target:  I can compute a unit rate by creating ratios of lengths, areas, and other quantities, including ratios of fractions in like for different units.

I can solve proportions

Classwork:  Bellringer, check homework, finish SB lesson 8-3, exit slip

Homework:  None

Thursday, January 21

Learning Target:  I can create and solve proportions

Classwork:  Bellringer, review homework, begin SB lesson 8-3 (conversions)

Homework:  General Conversions Worksheet # 1-8

Tuesday, January 19

Learning Target:  All Unit 4 Learning Targets

I can compute a unit rate by creating ratios of lengths, areas, and other quantities, including ratios of fractions in like or different units

Classwork:  Bellringer, review homework and exit slip, Unit 4 Test Analysis/Reflection/Corrections

Homework:  Solving Proportions Worksheet

Friday, January 16

Learning Target:  I can compute a unit rate by creating ratios of lengths, areas, and other quantities, including ratios of fractions in like for different units.

Classwork:  Bellringer, Ratios and proportions powerpoint, Springboard p. 82-86, exit slip

Homework:  Springboard Activity 8 Practice p. 87-88 Odd Only Due Tuesday

Thursday, January 15

Learning Target:  I can compute a unit rate by creating ratios of lengths, areas, and other quantities, including ratios of fractions in like or different units

Classwork:  Bellringer, prep INB for Unit 5, Ratios powerpoint

Homework:  Springboard Activity 8 Practice p. 87-88 Due Tuesday

Wednesday, January 14

Learning Targets:  All Unit 4 Learning Targets/ Unit 5 Learning Targets

Classwork:  Bellringer, finish Unit 4 test, Unit 5 Pre-Test, Unit 5 Study Guide

Homework:  Finish Unit 5 Pre-Test if not finished

Friday, January 8

Learning Targets:  All Unit 4 Learning Targets

Classwork:  Unit 4 Post Assessment

Homework:  None!

Thursday, January 7

Learning Target:  All Unit 4 Learning Targets

Classwork:  Bellringer, review homework, re-work pre-assessment

Homework:  STUDY for Unit 4 Test tomorrow!!!

Wednesday, January 6

Learning Target:  I can give examples of linear equations with one solutions, infinitely many solution, or no solution and justify my example by simplifying.

Classwork:  Bellringer, review exit slip, creating equations with one solution, no solution and infinitely many solutions group activity, exit slip

Homework:  Solving Equations half-sheet due Thursday

Tuesday, January 5

Learning Target:  I can give examples of linear equations with one solution, infinitely many solutions, or no solution and justify my example by simplifying.

Classwork:  Bellringer, no solution, one solution and infinitely many solutions notes and practice.

Homework:  Solving Equations half-sheet due Thursday

Monday, January 4

Learning Target:  I can give examples of linear equations with one solution, infinitely many solution, or no solution and justify my example by simpliflying.

Classwork:  Bellringer, review solving multi-step equations and inequalities, finish exit slip, begin no solution, one solution or infinitely many solutions

Homework:  Solving Equations half-sheet due Wednesday

Friday, December 18

Learning Target:  I can use the properties of real number, including the distributive property and combine like terms to determine the solution of a linear equation (multi-step equations).

Classwork:  Bellringer, FACEing Math Activity, solving multi-step equations puzzle

Homework: Have a great Holiday Break!

Thursday, December 17

Learning Target:  I can use the properties of real number, including the distributive property and combine like terms to determine the solution of a linear equation (multi-step equations).

Classwork:  Bellringer, pratice solving multi-step equations, facing math activity, exit slip

Homework:  Finish Faceing Math Activity

Wednesday, December 16

Learning Target:  I can use the properties of real numbers including the distributive property and combine like terms to determine the solution of a linear equation.

Classwork:  Bellringer, solving multi-step equations with algebra tiles and paper and pencil method

Homework:  Solving multi-step equations handout

Tuesday, December 15

Classwork:  MAP Testing

Homework:  None

Monday, December 14

Classwork:  MAP Testing

Homework: None

Friday, December 11

Learning Target:  I can use properties of real numbers, including the Distributive Property and combine like terms to determine the solution of a linear equation.

Classwork:  Bellringer, review exit slip, solving multi-step equations with algebra tiles and paper and pencil method

Homework:  None

Thursday, Decmeber 10

Learning Targets:  I can create two-step inequalities with a variable to solve real world problems.

I can graph the solution set of an inequality on a number line and interpret the solution in relation to the problem.

Classwork:  Bellringer, writing inequalities from word problems powerpoint and practice, exit slip

Homework:  Make corrections if any to last nights homework. (SB Activity 7 Practice # 1-17 ODD Only)

Wednesday, December 9

Learning Targets:  I can create two-step inequalities with a variable to solve real world problems.

I can graph the solution set of an inequality on a number line and interpret the solution in relation to the problem.

Classwork:  Bellringer, review homework, review exit slip, Springboard 7-1 p. 67-69, exit slip

Homework:  SB Activity 7 Practice # 1-17 ODD Only

Tuesday, December 8

Learning Target:  I can solve one and two step inequalities and graph their solutions on a number line

Classwork:  Bellringer, check homework, one and two step inequalities, exit slip

Homework:  Solving Inequalities with more than one operation worksheet

Monday, December 7

Learning Target:  I can solve one and two step inequalities and graph their solutions on a number line

Classwork:  Bellringer, solving and graphing inequalities

Homework:  Solving Inequalities with Addition or Subtraction Worksheet # 1-10

Friday, December 4

Learning Target:  I can solve one and two step inequalities and graph their solutions on a number line

Classwork:  Bellringer, review of worksheets from yesterday, solving and graphing inequalities

Homework:  None

Thursday, December 3

Learning Targets:  I can create equations with a variable to solve real world problems that use the distributive property?
I can solve two step equations
Classwork:  Bellringer, review of writing and solving equations
Homework:  Finish review sheets of writing and solving equations ?
 
Wednesday, December 2

Learning Target:  I can create equations with a variable to solve real world problems that use the distributive property

Classwork:  Bellringer, review homework, writing equations using the distributive property powerpoint and practice

Homework:  None

Tuesday, December 1

Learning Targets:  I can solve multi-step, real world problems with positive and negative rational numbers by applying the properties of operations

I can use mental math and estimation strategies to determine if my solution is reasonable

Classwork:  Bellringer, solving multi-step equations foldable, practice with solving equations

Homework: Solving Equations Puzzle due tomorrow

Monday, November 30

Learning Targets:  I can solve multi-step, real world problems with positive and negative rational numbers by applying the properties of operations

I can use mental math and estimation strategies to determine if my solution is reasonable

Classwork:  Bellringer, Springboard 6-2 p. 61-63, practice with solving multi-step equations

Homework:  Springboard Activity 6 Practice p. 64 # 1-13, Due Tomorrow

Tuesday, November 24

Learning Target:  I can create equations with a variable to solve real world problems.

I can solve one step equations.

Classwork:  Bellwork, Unit 3 re-take work, finish SB 6-1, practice solving one step equations

Homework:  Have a great Thanksgiving!!

Monday, November 23

Learning Targets:  All Unit 3 Learning Targets

Classwork:  Bellringer, Student Voice, Review Unit 3 Test, Analysis, Reflection, and corrections

Homework:  Finish test analysis, reflection and corrections!

Friday, November 20

Learning Targets:  I can creat equations with a variable to solve real world problem.

Classwork:  Bellringer, card sort, Begin Springboard lesson 6-1

Homework:  Unit 4 Pre-Test if not completed

Thursday, November 19

Learning Targets:  All Unit 3 Learning Targets

Classwork:  Finish Unit 3 Test, Work on Unit 4 Pre-Test

Homework:  Unit 4 Pre-Test if not completed

Wednesday, November 18

Learning Targets:  All Unit 3 Learning Targets

Classwork:  Questions before taking the test, Unit 3 Test

Homework:  Unit 4 Pre Test due Monday

Tuesday, November 17

Learning Targets:  I can write equivalent expressions with fractions, decimals, percents, and integers

I can rewrite an expression in an equivalent form in order to provide insight about how quantities are related in a problem context.

Classwork:  Bellringer, equivalent expression powerpoint, exit slip

Homework:  Pre-test corrections due tomorrow!  Study for your test!

Monday, November 16

Learning Targets:  All Unit 3 Learning Targets

Classwork:  Unit 3 Review including white board practice, and scientific notation matching game, pre-test corrections

Homework:  Pre-Test Corrections

Friday, November 13

Learning Target:  I can interpret scientific notation that has been generated by technology

Classwork:  Review exit slip from yesterday, how to use a calculator to solve operations with scientific notation 

Homework:  Begin studying for Unit 3 test on Wednesday, November 18.

Thursday, November 12

Learning Target:  I can perform operations iwth numbers expressed in scientfiic notation

Classwork:  Bellringer, finish learning stations, exit slip

Homework:  Work on operations with scientific notation practice sheet

Wednesday, November 11

Learning Target:  I can perform operations with numbers expressed in scientific notation

Classwork:  Bellringer, Introduction to performing operations with numbers expressed in scientific notation, learning stations

Homework:  None

Tuesday, November 10

Learnig Target:  I can choose appropriate units of measurement when using scientific notation

Classwork:  Bellringer, deconstruct learning target, appropriate unit activity

Homework:  NO homework!

Monday, November 9

Learning Targets:  I can use scientific notation to express very large or small quantities

I can compare quantities to express how many times larger one quantity is than another

Classwork:  Bellringer, Scientific notation matching game, comparing values in scientific notation

Homework:  Comparing Numbers in Scientific Notation Independent Practice Sheet

Friday, November 6

Learning Target:  I can use scientific notation to express very large or very small quantities

Classwork:  Bellringer, review homework, quick look back at square and cube roots, scientific notation powerpoint, scientific notation practice

Homework:  None

Thursday, November 5

Learning Targets:  I can justify that a square root is the inverse of squaring a number and that a cube root is the inverse of cubing a number.

I can calculate cube and square roots of perfect squares/cubes.

I can identify non perfect squares as irrational square roots.

Classwork:  Bellringer, review learning targets, Squareville sign activity, Cube Hotel Activity

Homework:  Square and Cube Roots Worksheet

Wednesday, November 4

Learning Targets:  I can justify that a square root is the inverse of squaring a number and that a cube root is the inverse of cubing a number.

I can calculate cube and square roots of perfect squares/ cubes

I can identify non perfect squares as irrational square roots.

Classwork:  Bellringer, pass back exit slips, review exit slips, deconstruct learning targets, sqauare and cube roots powerpoint

Homework:  None

Friday, October 30

Learning Target:  I can explain the properties of integer exponents to generate equivalent numberical expressions

Classwork:  Bellringer, review homework, review learning target, finish exponents foldable, matching exponents game, exit slip

Homework:  None (Happy Halloween!)

Thursday, October 29

Learning Target:  I can explain the properties of integer exponents to generate equivalent numerical expressions

Classwork:  Bellringer, Finish exploration of exponents, exponents foldable

Homework:  Unit 7 Expronents Rules Worksheet #2

Wednesday, October 28

Learning Target:  I can explain the properties of integer exponents to generate equivalent numerical expressions

Classwork:  Bellringer, Deconstruct learning target, KWL Chart, Exploring exponents foldable

Homework:  None

Tuesday, October 27

Learning Targets:  I can factor and expand linear expressions with rational coefficients using the distributive property.

I can rewrite an expression in equivalent form to see how quantities are related

Classwork:  Bellringer, Review homework, review learning target, finsh Springboard 5-2, Factoring and Expanding Practice, Exit Slip

Homework:  None

Monday, October 26

Learning Targets:  I can factor and expand linear expressions with rational coefficients using the distributive property

I can rewrite an expression in equivalent form to see how quantities are related

Classowork:  Bellringer, go over quiz from Friday, GCF Worksheet, Springboard Activity 5-2 p.54-57

Homework:  Springboard Activity 5 Practice p. 58 # 1-22

Friday, October 23

Learning Targets:  I can combine like terms with rational coefficients

I can rewrite an expression in equivalent form to see how quantities are related

I can apply properties of operations as strategies to add, subtract, factor and expand expressions

Classwork:  Bellringer, Review worksheets from yesterday, properties of operations worksheets, human simplifying activity

Homework:  Due Tuesday:  Springboard Activity 5 p. 58 # 1-22

Thursday, October 22

Learning Target:  I can combine like terms with rational coefficients

I can rewrite an expression in equivalent form to see how quantities are related

Classwork:  Bellringer, Worksheets reviewing combining like terms

Homework:  Due Tuesday: Springboard Activity 5 p.58 # 1-22

Tuesday, October 20

Learning Target:  I can combine like terms with rational coefficients.

I can rewrite an expression in equivalent form to see how quantities are related

Classwork:  Bellringer on properties of operations, create word wall posters, guided notes on terms and like terms

Homework:  Due Friday:  Springboard Activity 5 p. 58 #1-22

Monday, October 19

Learning Target:  I can apply properties of operations as strategies to add, subtract, factor and expand expressions

Classwork:  Bellringer on locating irrational numbers on a number line, get binder ready for Unit 1, grade Unit 3 pre-assessment, Springboard Activity 5-1 p. 51-53

Homework:  Springboard Activity 5 p. 58 #1-22  (Due Friday)

Friday, October 16

Learning Target:  All Unit 2 Learning Targets

Students completed a bellringer today on multiplying integers, it was actually a question on the their Unit 2 test they just took!  Students then received their Unit 2 Tests back today and we went over the questions.  Students had a chance to complete an analysis and reflection on their Unit 2 Test.  Students also worked on corrections to their Unit 2 Test in class today!

Thursday, October 15

Learning Target:  I can apply properties of operations as strategies to add, subtract, factor, and expand expressions.

Students completed a bellringer on rational and irrational numbers today.  We had a class discussion on rational and irrational numbers when we went over the bellringer.  We then began working on Springboard lesson 5-1 which covers the properties of operations.  We then created a foldable which included the properties of operations for the students' Interactive Notebooks.  Students have a long-term homework assignment that is due next Friday (10/23/15).  Please see my webpage for assignment details!

Wednesday, October 14

Learning Target: All Unit 2 Learning Targets

Students finished up their Unit 2 Tests today.  As students were finishing up, they began working on their Unit 3 Pre-Assessment.  Students who also finished this pre-assessment, were then able to work independently in their Springboard Book on lesson 5-1.  We will begin Springboard lesson 5-1 tomorrow!  Also if students did not finish their Unit 3 Pre-Assessments, they need to finish those for Homework tonight!

Tuesday, October 13

Learning Targets:  All Unit 2 Learning Targets

Unit 2 Test!!

 

Monday, October 12

Learning Target: All Unit 2 Learning Targets

During class today, we reviewed for our test tomorrow, (10/13/15).  We also went over the students homework from before Fall Break and went over their learning check from before Fall Break.  We went over multiple resources that the students can use to study for their test.  Posted tonight will also be a couple answer keys for students to self-check themselves for the test tomorrow.

 

Week of September 21

Monday:  

Learning Targets:

I can use long division to convert a rational number to a decimal.

I can verify that a number is rational based on its decimal equivalent.

In class today we finished up our notes on how to convert a fraction to a decimal.  Students then worked in pairs to practice converting a fraction to a decimal and then identified if the decimal was terminating or repeating.  Students then completed an exit slip to see if they had mastered these learning targets.

Tuesday:

Learning Targets:

I can use long division to convert a rational number to a decimal.

I can verify that a number is rational based on its decimal equivalent.

Today we will review how to convert a fraction to a decimal and to determine if the decimal is repeating or terminating.  Students will then be paired with another student to complete more practice on converting a fraction to a decimal.  We will then take a final exit slip so that students can show that they have mastered these learning targets.

Wednesday:

Learning Targets:

I can convert a repeating decimal into a ratio of two integers to show that it is rational

Students will receive direct instruction on how to convert a repeating decimal into a ratio of two integers.  Students will then work with a partner and then their group to practice converting repeating decimal to a fraction.  At the end of class students will complete an exit slip so that they can show that they have mastered this learning target.

Thursday:

Learning Targets:

I can use rational estimates of irrational numbers to compare two or more irrational numbers.

I can locate irrational numbers on a number line by determining which two consecutive integers it is between and estimating its place value.

When students come into class they will complete a bellringer on converting a repeating decimal into a fraction.  Students then will receive guided notes on imperfect square approximations and comparing irrational numbers.  As a class, we will also review what a square root actually is.  Students will then practice comparing irrational numbers and being able to place them on the number line.

Friday:

Learning Targets:

All learning targets will be reviewed from this week

Students will complete a packet reviewing all of the learning targets for the week.  During this packet, students will work individually, in partners and in groups.