Monday, April 24, 2017

Day 148

You need:

  • your device
  • a pencil
  • a pen
  • your homework
  • your Notebook
  • your student Companion

Agenda

  1. Warm Up: 








  1. Correct Homework: 10-4 Ratios to Fractions
  2. Notes: 10-5 Ratios as Decimals
  3. Sumdog Challenge

Homework

10-5 Ratios as Decimals
POM

Friday, April 21, 2017

Day 147

You need:

  • your device
  • a pencil
  • a pen
  • your homework
  • your Notebook


Agenda

  1. Warm up: None
  2. Correct 10-3 "Equivalent Ratios"
  3. Notes:10-4 Ratios to Fractions
  4. Sumdog Challenge

Homework

10-4 Ratios to Fractions Sumdog Challenge and POM

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Day 145

You need:

  • your device
  • a pencil
  • a pen
  • your homework
  • your Notebook

Agenda

  1. Warm up: Date Math 41920=17
  2. Correct 10-1 "Ratios"
  3. Notes:10-2 Exploring equivalent Ratios and 10-3 "Equivalent Ratios"
  4. Sumdog Challenge

Homework

10-3 "Equivalent Ratios", Sumdog Challenge and POM

Monday, April 17, 2017

Day 143

You need:

  • your device
  • a pencil
  • a pen
  • your homework
  • your Notebook

Agenda

  1. Warm up: Date Math 41720=17
  2. Correct Logic problem
  3. Notes10-1 "Ratios"
  4. Sumdog Challenge

Homework

10-1 "Ratios", Sumdog Challenge and POM

Friday, April 14, 2017

Day 142

You need:

  • your device
  • a pencil
  • a pen
  • your homework
  • your Notebook

Agenda

  1. Warm up: Date Math 41420=17
  2. Correct Topic 4 Review
  3. Notes Topic 4 Test
  4. Sumdog Challenge

Homework

Logic problem, Sumdog Challenge and POM

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Day 140

You need:

  • your device
  • a pencil
  • a pen
  • your homework
  • your Notebook
  • your student Companion

Agenda

  1. Warm up: Date Math on Google classroom 
  2. Correct 4-3 Relating Tables to Graphs
  3. Notes and Practice 4-4 Problem Solving and Vocab. Review

Homework

Topic 4 Review and POM

Monday, April 10, 2017

Day 138

Welcome Back! I hope you all had a great Break!

You need:

  • your device
  • a pencil pen
  • your homework

Agenda

  1. Turn in Homework 
    1. 4-3 Relating Tables and Graphs to equations
  2. POM- "On the Balance" this is due 5/12.
    1. Do as much as you can on this.
    2. Show all work and write everything down.

Homework

Problem of the Month

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Day 135

You need:

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  • a pencil
  • a pen
  • your homework
  • your Notebook
  • your student Companion

Agenda

  1. Warm up 
  2. Correct Homework
  3. 4-3 Relating Tables and Graphs to equations

Homework

4-3 Relating Tables and Graphs to equations

Monday, March 27, 2017

Day 133

You need:

  • your device
  • a pencil
  • a pen
  • your homework
  • your Notebook
  • your student Companion

Agenda

  1. Warm Up: WHICH ONE DOESN'T BELONG?
  2. Independently Notes on Lesson 4-2: Analyzing Patterns Using Tables and Graphs
    1. Part 1: Do the Example and finish the table in your notebook and Do both "Got it's"in your Student Companion
    2. Key Concept:Watch the Key Concept Video
    3. Part 2: Do the Example and the "Got it"
    4. Part 3: Example and "Got it"
    5. Part 4:Do the Example in your notebook and do both "Got it's"
  3. Start homework if time permits

Homework

Lesson 4-2: Analyzing Patterns Using Tables and Graphs--Homework G

Friday, March 24, 2017

Day 132

You need:

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  • a pen
  • your homework
  • your Notebook

Agenda

  1. Warm Up: WHICH ONE DOESN'T BELONG?
  2. Correct homework
  3. Topic Test 3
  4. Notes: 4-2 Analyzing Tables and Graphs 

Homework

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Day 130

You need:

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  • your homework
  • your Notebook

Agenda

  1. Warm up: Which One Doesn't Belong? 
  2. Correct Homework
  3. Real-world situations using inequality statements
  4. Task 1: Swimming Class

  5. Task 2: Math Mission


  6. Task 3: Write and Interpret Inequalities

  7. Task 4: Is Mia’s Statement True?
  8. Task 5: Prepare a Presentation


  9. Task 6: Make Connections
    1. As your classmates present, ask questions such as:
      • How did you decide which inequality symbol to use?
      • Why did you include 30 (in the inequality about age for running for sheriff)?
      • Why didn't you include 300 (in the inequality about points that Martin scored)?

  10. Task 7: Inequalities- This will be completed on Google Classroom

  11. Task 8: Reflect On Your Work

Homework

Topic 3 review. Show work.

Monday, March 20, 2017

Day 128

You need:

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  • your homework
  • your Notebook

Math contest April 29th go to room 18 and see Ms Doty. There is an online application.  quick photo and team forming meeting in my classroom this Tuesday at lunchtime.

Agenda

Warm up: Which one doesn't belong? Discuss with your shoulder buddy at a level two.

Correct Homework: Solving and Graphing Inequalities
  1. Inequality practice Work with a partner on the slide show below.


Classwork: worksheet practice

Homework

WS: Writing inequality in Real life.

Friday, March 17, 2017

Day 127

You need:

  • your device
  • a pencil
  • a pen
  • your homework
  • your Notebook


Agenda

Warm up: Which one doesn't belong? Discuss with your shoulder buddy at a level two.
Correct Homework: Writing Inequalities Worksheet

  1. Notes: Writing Equations and Inequalities From Real-World Situations
  2. Try a these in your notebook



Homework

WS: Solving and Graphing Inequalities

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Day 125

You need:

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  • a pencil
  • a pen
  • your homework
  • your Notebook
  • your student Companion

Agenda

Warm up: Which one doesn't belong?
Correct homework: Pearson Review
  1. Notes:Solving and Graphing Inequalities

Homework

Writing Inequalities Worksheet

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Day 123

You need:

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  • a pen
  • your homework
  • your Notebook

Agenda

  1. Date Math
  2. Correct 3-6 Inequalities
  3. Quiz Corrections

Homework

Friday, March 10, 2017

Day 121

You need:

  • your device
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  • your homework
  • your Notebook
  • your student Companion

Agenda

  1. Date math: 31020=17
  2. Finish Slide Presentations
  3. POM
    1. Create a Google spreadsheet to show your work for Level B on the POM
    2. Fill out the Google form to give yourself a grade
    3. Turn your POM in
  4. Inequalities

Homework


Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Day 120

You need:

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  • your homework
  • your Notebook
  • your student Companion

Agenda

  1. Date math: 3820=17
  2. Slide Presentation
  3. Homework quiz
  4. Notes: Solving Inequalities 3-6

Homework

Solving Inequalities 3-6

Monday, March 6, 2017

Day 118

You need:


  • your device
  • a pencil
  • a pen
  • your homework
  • your Notebook

Agenda

NO internet at school 
  1. Warm Up: Date Math
  2. Correct Homework: Logic problem
  3. I will collect the POM on Friday 
  4. Notes: Inequalities

Homework

POM

Friday, March 3, 2017

Day 117

You need:


  • your device
  • a pencil
  • a pen
  • your homework
  • your Notebook

Agenda

NO internet at school 
  1. Warm Up: Date Math
  2. Correct Homework: WS Solving Linear Equations
  3. Go over  the POM

Homework

Logic Problem

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Day 115

You need:

  • your device
  • a pencil
  • a pen
  • your homework
  • your Notebook

Agenda

  1. Warm Up: Which One Doesn't Belong 
  2. Correct Homework: WS Solving Linear Equations
  3. Solving Equations: Using the Addition Property or the Multiplication Property
    1. Finish Task 2 and glue it into your notebook. Remember to add it to your Table of Contents.
    2. Task 3 through 6: Solve each problem in your Notebook




Task 3: An Equation With Decimals

  • Use either the addition or multiplication property of equality to solve this equation: 8.05=x+4.9
  • Write the name of the property, and show each step you used to find the solution.
  • Check your solution by substituting it for x in the equation. Does your solution make the equation true?

Task 4: An Equation With Whole Numbers

  • Use either the addition or multiplication property of equality to solve this equation: 7y=329
  • Write the name of the property, and show each step you used to find the solution.
  • Check your solution by substituting it for y in the equation. Does your solution make the equation true?

Task 5: An Equation With a Fraction

  • Use either the addition or multiplication property of equality to solve this equation: 
  • Write the name of the property, and show each step you used to find the solution.
  • Check your solution by substituting it for m in the equation. Does your solution make the equation true?

Task 6: A Proportional Equation

  • Use either the addition or multiplication property of equality to solve this equation: 
  • Write the name of the property, and show each step you used to find the solution.
  • Check your solution by substituting it for p in the equation. Does your solution make the equation true?

Step 1: Work Time

Task 7: Prepare a Presentation on a Google Slide

Choose one of the equations you have solved to present.
  • Show the steps you took to solve the equation.
  • Explain how you used one of the properties of equality to solve.
  • Include a screenshot of your work or take a picture of your work and upload it
  • Add your slide to the class slide show linked here.




Step 2: Work Time

Challenge Problem

  • How could you use the addition and multiplication properties of equality to solve the equation 5x+2=2x+9 ?






Performance Task

Ways of Thinking: Make Connections
  • Take notes about the properties and steps your classmates used to solve the equations.

Task 9: Summary of the Math: Properties of Equality
Read and Discuss

  • Addition property of equality : If a=b, then a+c=b+c.
  • Multiplication property of equality : If a=b, then ac=bc.
  • These two properties of equality are very useful. For any equation that is true, you can
    • Add the same value to both sides or subtract the same value from both sides and the equation will still be true.
    • Multiply or divide both sides by the same value and the equation will still be true.


Can you:
  • Provide examples of equations that can be solved using the addition property of equality, and explain the steps for using the property to solve each equation?
  • Provide examples of equations that can be solved using the multiplication property of equality, and explain the steps for using the property to solve each equation


Work Time

Task 10: Reflection -Google Classroom

Write a reflection about the ideas discussed in class today. Use the sentence starters below if you find them to be helpful.
I can use the addition property of equality when …
I can use the multiplication property of equality when …

Homework