Thursday, March 30, 2017

Day 136

You need:

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

Agenda

  1. Warm up- Date Math to change it up a bit we are going to use International Standard Notation: YYYY-MM-DD
  2. So today would be 201703=30
  3. Correct Homework
  4. Test-  Systems of Two Linear Equations

Homework

Logic Problem

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Day 134

You need:

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  • a pencil
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  • your homework
  • your Notebook
  • your student Companion
💀Topic 6 Systems of Equation Test on Thursday💥

Agenda

  1. Warm up: Date Math 32820=17
  2. Correct Homework
  3. Topic 6 Review
    1. Vocabulary review game
    2. Task 1 and Task 2

Homework

Topic 6 Review

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Day 131

You need:

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

Agenda

  1. Warm Up
  2. Correct Homework
  3. Solving System of Equations- Using Three Methods
    1. Substitution Method
    2. Addition Method
    3. Subtraction Method

Homework

Pearson on line Solving Systems of Linear Equations

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Day 129

  • your device
  • a pencil
  • a pen
  • 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 today at lunchtime.

Agenda

Warm up: Date math 32120=17
  1. Collaborative activity: Using Card Set B to link Card Set A 
    1. You will make a poster: Equations, Tables, Graphs
    • Choose two of your completed cards from Card Set A and stick them on your poster paper with a gap in between. 
    • You are going to try and link these cards with one of the arrows. 
    • The cards will either have no common solutions, one common solution or infinitely many common solutions. 
    • Select the appropriate arrow and stick it on your poster between the two cards. 
    • If the cards have one common solution, you will need to complete the arrow with the values of x and y where this solution occurs. 
    • Add another completed card to your poster and compare it with the two already stuck down. 
    • Find arrows that link this third card with the other two and stick the cards down. 
    • Continue to compare all the cards in this way, making as many links as possible. If some of the cards are incomplete, you will need to complete them before comparing them.

  • Whole class discussion
    • Look at your solutions to the original task Working with Linear Equations and read through the questions I have written. Use what you have learned to answer these questions. Using what you have learned, have a go at the second sheet: Working with Linear Equations (revisited). 

Homework

WS: Working with Equations (revisited)

Monday, March 20, 2017

Day 128

You need:

  • your device
  • a pencil
  • a pen
  • 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.

  1. Trade cards with another group. Check the work and give good advice. (10 min)
  2. Collaborative activity: Using Card Set B to link Card Set A (20 min)
    1. You will make a poster: 
    • Choose two of your completed cards from Card Set A and stick them on your poster paper with a gap in between. 
    • You are going to try and link these cards with one of the arrows. 
    • The cards will either have no common solutions, one common solution or infinitely many common solutions. 
    • Select the appropriate arrow and stick it on your poster between the two cards. 
    • If the cards have one common solution, you will need to complete the arrow with the values of x and y where this solution occurs. 
    • Add another completed card to your poster and compare it with the two already stuck down. 
    • Find arrows that link this third card with the other two and stick the cards down. 
    • Continue to compare all the cards in this way, making as many links as possible. If some of the cards are incomplete, you will need to complete them before comparing them.
  • Whole class discussion
    • Look at your solutions to the original task Working with Linear Equations and read through the questions I have written. Use what you have learned to answer these questions. Using what you have learned, have a go at the second sheet: Working with Linear Equations (revisited). 

Homework

WS: Working with Equations (revisited)

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Day 126

You need:

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

Agenda

  1. Warm up: Which One Doesn't Belong?  Discuss at a level 2 with your neighbor.
  2. Correct Homework
  3. Classifying Solutions to Systems of Equations- continue
    1. Whole-class introduction (10 minutes) 
    2. Collaborative activity: Card Set A: Equations, Tables & Graphs (20 minutes) - in pairs
    3. Checking work (15 minutes) 
    4. Collaborative activity: Using Card Set B to link Card Set A (20 minutes)
    5. Whole-class discussion (15 minutes) 

Homework

Follow-up lesson: Working with Linear Equations (revisited)

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Day 124

You need:

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

Agenda

  1. Warm Up Date π 20 = 17
  2. Classifying Solutions to Systems of Equations
    1. Whole-class introduction (10 minutes) 
    2. Collaborative activity: Card Set A: Equations, Tables & Graphs (20 minutes) - in pairs
    3. Checking work (15 minutes) 
    4. Collaborative activity: Using Card Set B to link Card Set A (20 minutes)
    5. Whole-class discussion (15 minutes) 

Homework

Follow-up lesson: Working with Linear Equations (revisited)

Monday, March 13, 2017

Day 123

You need:

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

Agenda

  1. Date Math: 31320 = 17
  2. Scatter Plot Corrections: 
    1. Math is Fun Scatter Plots
    2. Read and answer questions #1-10
    3. Turn in the correction Sheet stapled to the test

Homework

Pearson---Very Mixed Review 

Thursday, March 9, 2017

Day 121

You need:

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

Agenda

  1. Date Math Warm Up
  2. Correct Homework
  3. Scatter Plot Quiz
  4. Pom Rubric
  5. Systems of Equations
    1. Working with Linear Equations 

Homework

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Day 119

You need:

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

Agenda

  1. Warm up: Date Math on the warm up form if the internet is working otherwise on your paper. 3720=17
  2. Graphing packet: Show your work
  3. Bring your POM on Thursday 
  4. Quiz Thursday on scatter plots

Homework

Finish classwork And bring your POM

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. Go over the POM in groups with your partners
Homework
POM

Thursday, March 2, 2017

Day 116

You need:

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

Agenda

  1. Warm Up: Date Math 3220=17
    1. Example: March 14, 2016 the equation could be: 31420=16
      Possible solutions:
      3 x (1 x 4) + 2^0 = 16
      3 + 1 + 4 - (2^0) = 1 + 6
  2. Benchmark: Show work on the paper.
  3. Have a quiet activity ready to work on when your are finished

Homework

WS: Logic Problem