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• # Math Lessons for Mar. 9 - 13, 2020

Posted by Ole Sullivan on 3/9/2020

# Math 7

Monday      6.4                        Make More Comparative Inferences About Populations

Objective    to compare populations using the mean, median, mode, range, interquartile range, and mean absolute deviation.

Essential Q    How can dot plots and statistical measures be used to compare populations?

Method    Review “Do you know, Do you understand” then work p. 339 together. Then students work in pairs on p. 340.

Assessment     p. 339 – 40

Tuesday      Topic 6 Review

Assessment        p. 348

Wednesday      Topic 6 Test

Assessment        Test 6

Thursday      Test Corrections

Friday      no school – have a good Spring Break

# Math 8

Monday    6-8          Angles, Lines, and Transversals                 8.G.A.5          MP 2,5,7

Objective      to understand the relationships of angles formed by parallel lines and a transversal

to find unknown angle measures

Essential Q      What are the relationships among angles that are created when a line intersects two parallel lines

Method      Follow lesson thru Example 3. Discuss the key concept. Have students complete questions: “Do you Understand, do you know” p. 349 / 1-8

Assessment      participation, ” p. 349 / 1-8

Tuesday    6-8          Angles, Lines, and Transversals                 8.G.A.5          MP 2,5,7

Objective      to understand the relationships of angles formed by parallel lines and a transversal

to find unknown angle measures

Essential Q      What are the relationships among angles that are created when a line intersects two parallel lines

Method   Follow lesson thru Example 2. Discuss the key concept. Have students complete questions: “Do you Understand, do you know”   Work together on p. 350 then students work in groups on p. 351.

Assessment      participation

Wednesday      6.9     Interior and Exterior Angles of Triangles   8.G.A.5          MP 2,4,7,8

Objective       to understand the relationship of the interior angles of a triangle to find unknown angle measures

Essential Q    How are the interior and exterior angles of a triangle related

Method     Follow lesson thru Example 3. Discuss the key concept. Have students complete questions: “Do you Understand, do you know”

Assessment     participation, ” p. 356 – 1-6

Thursday      6.9     Interior and Exterior Angles of Triangles   8.G.A.5          MP 2,4,7,8

Objective       to understand the relationship of the interior angles of a triangle to find unknown angle measures

Essential Q    How are the interior and exterior angles of a triangle related

Method    Discuss questions on Do You Understand? and Do you know how?

Start p. 357-58 / 7 - 15

Assessment     p. 357-58 / 7 - 15

Friday      no school – have a good Spring Break

• # Math Lessons for Mar. 2 - 6, 2020

Posted by Ole Sullivan on 3/2/2020

# Math 7

Monday      Mid-Topic 6 Review

Objective

Essential Q

Method      Work through p. 345-347 as a class then in pairs to finish p. 327.

Assessment      p. 345-47 / all, p. 327 / 1-5 , T

Tuesday      Mid-Topic 6 Test

Assessment         Test

Wednesday      6.3                      Make Comparative Inferences About Populations

Objective    to draw comparative inferences about two populations using median and interquartile range (IQR)

Essential Q    How can data displays be used to compare populations?

Method     Explore It! Use Examples 1 to 3 to model comparing populations using data displays. Work on p. 332 together to complete.

Assessment     p. 332

Thursday    6.3             Make Comparative Inferences About Populations

Objective    to draw comparative inferences about two populations using median and interquartile range (IQR)

Essential Q    How can data displays be used to compare populations?

Method     Review “Do you know, Do you understand” then work p. 333 together. Then students work in pairs on p. 334.

Assessment     p. 333-4

Friday      6.4                 Make More Comparative Inferences About Populations

Objective    to compare populations using the mean, median, mode, range, interquartile range, and mean absolute deviation.

Essential Q    How can dot plots and statistical measures be used to compare populations?

Method    Explore It! Use Examples 1 to 3 to model comparing populations using dot plots. Work on p. 338 together to complete.

Assessment     p. 338

# Math 8

Monday   6-6        Describe Dilations

Objective      to understand dilations                8.G.A.3, 8.G.A.4      MP 2,3,7,8

to dilate to enlarge or reduce a figure in a coordinate plane

Essential Q      What is the relation between a preimage and its image after a dilation

Method    Follow lesson thru Example 3. Discuss the key concept. Have students complete questions: “Do you Understand, do you know” p. 336 / 1-6

Assessment      participation

Tuesday      6-6        Describe Dilations

Objective      to understand dilations                8.G.A.3, 8.G.A.4      MP 2,3,7,8

to dilate to enlarge or reduce a figure in a coordinate plane

Essential Q      What is the relation between a preimage and its image after a dilation

Method      Review: “Do you Understand, do you know” questions. Work with students on p. 337 then let them work in pairs to complete p. 338.

Assessment      participation

Wednesday     6-7       Understand Similar Figures

Objective      to understand similarity

to complete a similarity transformation

to identify similar figures

Essential Q      How are similar figures related by a sequence of transformations?

Method      Follow lesson thru Example 2. Discuss the key concept. Have students complete questions: “Do you Understand, do you know” p. 342 / 1-6

Assessment      participation

Thursday     6-7       Understand Similar Figures

Objective      to understand similarity

to complete a similarity transformation

to identify similar figures

Essential Q      How are similar figures related by a sequence of transformations?

Method      Follow lesson thru Example 2. Discuss the key concept. Have students complete questions: “Do you Understand, do you know”   Work together on p. 343 then students work in groups on p. 344.

Assessment      participation

Friday   Finding the height of a light pole

or                    6-8          Angles, Lines, and Transversals                 8.G.A.5          MP 2,5,7

Objective      to understand the relationships of angles formed by parallel lines and a transversal

to find unknown angle measures

Essential Q      What are the relationships among angles that are created when a line intersects two parallel lines

Method      Follow lesson thru Example 3. Discuss the key concept. Have students complete questions: “Do you Understand, do you know” p. 349 / 1-8

Assessment      participation, ” p. 349 / 1-8

• # Math Lessons for Feb. 24 - 28, 2020

Posted by Ole Sullivan on 2/22/2020

# Math 7

Monday     Get Ready for Topic 6

Objective

Essential Q

Method    Discuss topic and what students already know. Then work through p. 309 together.

Assessment     p. 309

Tuesday      6-1               Populations and Samples   7.SP.A.1        MP 1,2,3,4,6,8

Objective      to distinguish between a population and a sample

to establish whether a sample is representative of a population

to generate random samples

Essential Q      How can you determine a representative sample of a population?

Method      Use Examples to define terms and model the similarities and differences between population and sample. Then work through p. 315 together.

Assessment      p. 315

Wednesday      6-1   Populations and Samples   7.SP.A.1        MP 1,2,3,4,6,8

Objective      to distinguish between a population and a sample

to establish whether a sample is representative of a population

to generate random samples

Essential Q      How can you determine a representative sample of a population?

Method      Continue lesson through Example 4. Then have students work on assignment.

Assessment      p. 315 / 3-6, p. 316-18 / finish 7 – 23 and turn in.

Thursday      6-2   Draw Inferences from Data               7.SP.A.1, 7.SP.A.2, 7.RP.A.2c, 7.EE.B.3

Objective      to make qualitative inferences from a sample data set.

to make quantitative inferences from a sample data set.

to make estimates about a population based on a sample data set, and assess whether the inferences are valid

Essential Q      How can inferences be drawn about a population from data gathered from samples?

Method      Follow lesson through Example 2. Discuss the key concept. Have students complete questions 16

Assessment     p. 323 / 1, 2, 5, and p. 324-25 / 11, 14, 15,

Friday      6-2   Draw Inferences from Data               7.SP.A.1, 7.SP.A.2, 7.RP.A.2c, 7.EE.B.3

Objective      to make qualitative inferences from a sample data set.

to make quantitative inferences from a sample data set.

to make estimates about a population based on a sample data set, and assess whether the inferences are valid

Essential Q      How can inferences be drawn about a population from data gathered from samples?

Method      Finish lesson through Example 4

Assessment      p. 323 / 3,4,6 and p. 324-25 / 8,9,10, 13, 17,18,19

# Math 8

Monday      6.4                   Compose Transformations

Objective       to describe and perform a sequence of transformations

Essential Q       How can you use a sequence of transformations to map a preimage to its image?

Method       Review and discuss questions on Do You Understand and Do You Know How. Work as a class on p. 319 and then have students work in pairs to complete p. 320.

Assessment        p. 319 – 20

Tuesday     6-5                        Understand Congruent Figures

Objective      to understand congruence of figures using a series of transformations

to identify congruent figures       8.G.A.2, 8.G.A.3                  MP 2,3,7

Essential Q      How does a sequence of translations, reflections, and rotations result in congruent figures?

Method      Follow lesson thru Example 3. Discuss the key concept. Have students complete questions: “Do you Understand, do you know” p. 328 / 1-6

Assessment      p. 328

Wednesday      6-5                        Understand Congruent Figures

Objective      to understand congruence of figures using a series of transformations

to identify congruent figures       8.G.A.2, 8.G.A.3                  MP 2,3,7

Essential Q      How does a sequence of translations, reflections, and rotations result in congruent figures?

Method      Discuss questions on Do You Understand? and Do you know how? Work as a class on problems p. 329 than students finish p. 330

Assessment      p. 329-30

Thursday      Mid-Topic Review

Objective

Essential Q

Method      Do review problems for Lessons 1 – 5 on pages 366 – 368 together. Then work individually on p. 331.

Assessment      participation

Friday      Mid-Topic 6 Test

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment      Mid-Topic 6 Test

• # Math Lessons for Feb. 17 - 21, 2020

Posted by Ole Sullivan on 2/15/2020

# Math 7

Monday    5.2                        Solve Two-Step Equations

Objective       to solve a problem with a two-step equation.

Essential Q     How is solving a two-step equation similar to solving a one step equation?

Method     Review “Do you know, Do you understand” then work p. 263 together. Then students work in pairs on p. 264.

Assessment     p. 263 – 264

Tuesday      5.3           Solve Equations Using the Distributive Property

Objective    to use the distributive property to solve equations

Method    Explain it! Then use Examples 1 to 3 to model using the distributive property to solve equations. Make sure students can distribute negative numbers and fractions. Work together to complete p. 268.

Assessment     P. 268

Wednesday      5.3                        Solve Equations Using the Distributive Property

Objective    to use the distributive property to solve equations

Method    Review “Do you know, Do you understand” then work p. 269 together. Then students work in pairs on p. 270.

Assessment     p. 269 – 270

Thursday      Mid-Topic 5 Review

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment     p. 302 , p. 271

Friday      Mid-Topic 5 Test

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment     Mid-Topic 5 test

# Math 8

Monday       6.2                        Analyze Reflections

Objective       to reflect two-dimensional figures

Essential Q       How does a reflection affect the properties of a two-dimensional figure?

Method       Use Examples 1 – 3 to define terms and to model translating figures. Discuss the difference between “transformation” and “translation.”   How is reflection different from translation? Make sure students can answer Essential Question. Work through p. 306 as a class.

Assessment        p. 306

Tuesday       6.2                        Analyze Reflections

Objective       to reflect two-dimensional figures

Essential Q       How does a reflection affect the properties of a two-dimensional figure?

Method       Review and discuss questions on Do You Understand and Do You Know How. Work as a class on p. 307 and then have students work in pairs to complete p. 308.

Assessment        p. 307-8

Wednesday       6.2                        Analyze Reflections

Objective       to reflect two-dimensional figures

Essential Q       How does a reflection affect the properties of a two-dimensional figure?

Method       Review and discuss questions on Do You Understand and Do You Know How. Work as a class on p. 307 and then have students work in pairs to complete p. 308.

Assessment        p. 307-8

Thursday       6.3                        Analyze Rotations

Objective       to rotate a 2-Dimensional figure

Essential Q       How does a rotation affect the properties of a two-dimensional figure?

Method       Use Examples 1 – 3 to define terms and model what a rotation does to a two dimensional figure. Remind students often that a positive rotation is counterclockwise and that each rotation can be described by either a positive or negative rotation.. Generalize rotations with the rules for mapping 90, 180, and 270 degrees ccw. Make sure all students can answer the Essential Question. Work through p. 312 as a class.

Assessment        p. 312

Friday       6.3                        Analyze Rotations

Objective       to rotate a 2-Dimensional figure

Essential Q       How does a rotation affect the properties of a two-dimensional figure?

Method       Review and discuss questions on Do You Understand and Do You Know How. Work as a class on p. 313 and then have students work in pairs to complete p. 314.

Assessment        p. 313 – 14

• # Lessons for Feb. 10 - 14, 2020

Posted by Ole Sullivan on 2/8/2020

# Math 7

Monday    Review Multiplication and Division Equations

Objective          to solve multiplication and division equations

Essential Q    How do inverse operations help solve equations

Method     Review inverse operations and using them to solve equations. Hand out worksheets and lets students work in pairs to complete.

Assessment     Worksheet 134

Tuesday    5-1            Write Two-Step Equations

Objective    to represent a problem with a two-step equation

Essential Q          How does an equation show the relationship between variables and other quantities in a situation?

Method    Explore It! p. 253. Use Examples 1 to 3 to show how equations show relationships between equal quantities. Make sure students can identify the words that show +, - , x and ÷ in a story problem.   As a class, complete p. 256.

Assessment     p. 256

Wednesday    5-1            Write Two-Step Equations

Objective    to represent a problem with a two-step equation

Essential Q          How does an equation show the relationship between variables and other quantities in a situation?

Method     Review “Do you know, Do you understand” then work p. 257 together. Then students work in pairs on p. 258.

Assessment     p. 257-58

Thursday    5-1            Write Two-Step Equations

Objective    to represent a problem with a two-step equation

Essential Q          How does an equation show the relationship between variables and other quantities in a situation?

Method     Review “Do you know, Do you understand” then work p. 257 together. Then students work in pairs on p. 258.

Assessment     p. 257-58

Friday    5.2                        Solve Two-Step Equations

Objective       to solve a problem with a two-step equation.

Essential Q     How is solving a two-step equation similar to solving a one step equation?

Method       Solve and Discuss It! Use Examples 1 to 3 to define terms and model steps in solving a two-step equation. As a class, do p. 262.

Assessment      p. 262

# Math 8

Monday       Topic 5 Review

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment        p. 290, worksheet p. 393 algebra

Tuesday       Topic 5 Test

Objective

Essential Q

Method       complete review, start test

Assessment        topic 5 test paper

Wednesday       Get Ready for Topic 6

Objective

Essential Q

Method       Discuss Congruence and Similarity similarities and differences. Discuss lessons in Topic 6. Then work through p. 295 together.

Assessment        p. 295

Thursday       6.1                        Analyze Translations

Objective       to translate 2-dimensional figures

Essential Q       How does a translation affect the properties of a two-dimensional figure.

Method       Use Examples 1 – 3 to define terms and to model translating figures. Discuss the difference between “transformation” and “translation.”   What are some other transformations besides translation? Make sure students can answer Essential Question. Work through p. 300 as a class.

Assessment        p. 300

Friday       6.1                        Analyze Translations

Objective       to translate 2-dimensional figures

Essential Q       How does a translation affect the properties of a two-dimensional figure.

Method       Review and discuss questions on Do You Understand and Do You Know How. Work as a class on p. 301 and then have students work in pairs to complete p. 302

Assessment        p. 301 – 2

• # Lessons for Jan. 27 - 31, 2020

Posted by Ole Sullivan on 1/25/2020

# Math 7

Objective    to add expressions that represent real-world problems

Essential Q          How can properties of operations be used to add expressions?

Method    Solve and Discuss It! Then use Examples 1 – 3 to model adding expressions. Identify the properties used to rearrange and group like terms. Make sure students remember that subtraction is the same as adding the opposite. Work together to complete p. 228.

Assessment     p. 228

Objective    to add expressions that represent real-world problems

Essential Q          How can properties of operations be used to add expressions?

Method     Review “Do you know, Do you understand” then work p. 229 together. Then students work in pairs on p. 230.

Assessment     p. 229 – 30 / 8 - 19

Wednesday      4.7                       Subtract Expressions

Objective       to subtract expressions using properties of operations.

Essential Q     How can properties of operations be used to subtract expressions?

Method       Explore It! Then use Examples 1 to 3 to model subtracting expressions. Identify the properties used and make sure students can change a subtraction into adding the opposite. Work together to complete p. 234.

Assessment      p. 234 / 1 - 6

Thursday    4.7                        Subtract Expressions

Objective       to subtract expressions using properties of operations.

Essential Q     How can properties of operations be used to subtract expressions?

Method       Review “Do you know, Do you understand” then work p. 235together. Then students work in pairs on p. 236.

Assessment      pp. 235 - 36

Friday    4.8                        Analyze Equivalent Expressions

Objective          to use an equivalent expression to find new information

Essential Q    How can writing equivalent expressions show how quantities are related

Method     Solve and Discuss It! Then use Examples 1 to 3 to model writing equivalent expressions and what they mean. Give students a chance to figure out the meanings of the expressions. Work together to complete p. 240.

Assessment     p. 240

# Math 8

Monday       5.2                        Solving Systems by Graphing

Objective       to find the solution to a system of equations using graphs

Essential Q       How does the graph of a system of linear equations represent its solution?

Method       Use Examples 1 to 3 to model solving systems of equations by graphing. Make sure students know that the graph of an equation is the set of all solutions to the equation and that the intersection of the two lines represents the x and y-value that makes both equations true. Work as a class through p. 266

Assessment        p. 266

Tuesday       5.2                        Solving Systems by Graphing

Objective       to find the solution to a system of equations using graphs

Essential Q       How does the graph of a system of linear equations represent its solution?

Method       Review the questions from “Do you know, do you understand”. Work the problems on p. 267 together then students work in pairs to complete p. 268.

Assessment        p. 267 - 268

Wednesday       Mid-topic 5 Review

Objective

Essential Q

Method       work through p. 288-89 as a class then students work on p. 269

Assessment        p. 288 – 89, p. 269

Thursday       Mid-topic 5 Test

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment        topic 5 test

Friday       5.3      Solve Systems by Substitution

Objective       to solve systems of equations by substitution

Essential Q                   When is substitution a useful method for solving systems of equations?

Method       Explain It! Use Examples 1 to 3 to model substitution as a method for solving systems of equations. Make sure students understand why it works. Then do p. 274 as a class. Have students do problems 4 – 6 on the board.

Assessment        p. 274

• # Math Lessons for Jan. 13 - 17, 2020

Posted by Ole Sullivan on 1/19/2020

# Math 7

Monday    No school – work day

Tuesday    4.5                        Factor Expressions

Objective       to use common factors and the Distributive Property to factor expressions.

Essential Q     How does the distributive property relate to factoring expressions?

Method       Explain It! p. 213. Use Examples 1 – 3 to model factoring out a common factor from a group of terms.   Practice finding common factors using lists. And practice using a negative common factor. Work together on p. 216.

Assessment        p. 216 / 1 – 5

Wednesday    4.5                       Factor Expressions

Objective       to use common factors and the Distributive Property to factor expressions.

Essential Q     How does the distributive property relate to factoring expressions?

Method           Review “Do you know, Do you understand” then work p. 217 together. Then students work in pairs on p. 218.

Assessment     p. 217 – 18 / 6 - 19

Thursday    Integer Rules Test and start Mid-Chapter Review Review 4-1 to 4-5

Objective

Essential Q

Method    Work as a class to complete the assignment

Assessment     p. 244, p. 219 / 1 – 5

Friday    Mid-Topic 4 Test

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment     On line mid-topic 4 test

# Math 8

Monday       no school – work day

Tuesday       5.1                        Estimate Solutions by Inspection

Objective       to find the number of solutions of a system of equations by inspecting the equations

Essential Q             How are slopes and y-intercepts related to the number of solutions of a system of linear equations?

Method       Solve and Discuss It! Use examples 1 to 3 to define terms and model how slopes and y-intercepts are related to how many solutions a system of equations has.

Assessment        Work as a class through p. 260.

Wednesday       5.1                        Estimate Solutions by Inspection

Objective       to find the number of solutions of a system of equations by inspecting the equations

Essential Q             How are slopes and y-intercepts related to the number of solutions of a system of linear equations?

Method       Review the questions from “Do you know, do you understand”. Work the problems on p. 260 together then students work in pairs to complete p. 261.

Assessment        p. 260 - 61

Thursday       5.1                        Rewriting Equations in Slope-Intercept Form

Objective

Essential Q

Method       Write a variety of equations on the overhead for students to rewrite in slope-intercept form.

Assessment        p. 260 - 61

Friday       5.1                        Estimate Solutions by Inspection

Objective       to find the number of solutions of a system of equations by inspecting the equations

Essential Q             How are slopes and y-intercepts related to the number of solutions of a system of linear equations?

Method       Review the questions from “Do you know, do you understand”. Work the problems on p. 260 together then students work in pairs to complete p. 261.

Assessment        p. 260 - 61

• # Math Lessons for Jan. 13 -1 7, 2020

Posted by Ole Sullivan on 1/13/2020

# Math 7

Monday    4.2                       Generate Equivalent Expressions

Objective          to write equivalent expressions for given expressions

Essential Q    What are equivalent expressions

Method    Review “Do you know, Do you understand” then work p. 199 together. Then students work in pairs on p. 200.

Assessment     p. 199 – 200

Tuesday   4.3  Simplify Expressions

Objective     to use properties of operations to simplify expressions

Essential Q     How are properties of operations used to simplify expressions?

Method       Review “Do you know, Do you understand” then work p. 205 together.

Assessment      p. 205

Wednesday   4.3  Simplify Expressions

Objective     to use properties of operations to simplify expressions

Essential Q     How are properties of operations used to simplify expressions?

Method     Solve and Discuss it! Then use Examples 1 to 3 to model combining like terms with integer and rational coefficients. Make sure that students can answer the Essential Question. Work together on p. 204.

Assessment     p. 204

Thursday   4.3             Simplify Expressions

Objective     to use properties of operations to simplify expressions

Essential Q     How are properties of operations used to simplify expressions?

Method     Review p. 205 together. Then students work in pairs on p. 206.

Assessment     p. 205 - 206

Friday    Integer Rules Test and start Mid-Chapter Review

Review 4-1 to 4-3

Objective

Essential Q

Method    Work as a class to complete the assignment

Assessment     p. 244, p. 219 / 1 – 5

# Math 8

Monday       4.4                        Interpret Two-Way Frequency Tables

Objective       to display and interpret relationships between paired categorical data

Essential Q             How does a two-way frequency table show the relationships between sets of paired data?

Method       Explore It! Use Examples 1 to 3 to reading and making two-way frequency tables. Make sure students understand that in categorical data there are no dependent and independent variables. Work as a class through p. 234.

Assessment        p. 234

Tuesday       4.4                       Interpret Two-Way Frequency Tables

Objective       to display and interpret relationships between paired categorical data

Essential Q             How does a two-way frequency table show the relationships between sets of paired data?

Method       Review the questions from “Do you know, do you understand”. Work the problems on p. 235 together then students work in pairs to complete p. 236.

Assessment        p. 235 – 6

Wednesday       4.5                        Interpret Two-Way Relative Frequency Tables

Objective       to find the relative frequencies of two-way tables and interpret what they mean.

Essential Q             What is the advantage of a two-way relative frequency table for showing relationships between sets of paired data?

Method       Solve and Discuss It! Use Examples 1 to 3 to model making and reading two-way relative frequency tables. Discuss the differences from two-way frequency tables. Work as a class through p. 240.

Assessment        p. 240

Thursday       4.5                       Interpret Two-Way Relative Frequency Tables

Objective       to find the relative frequencies of two-way tables and interpret what they mean.

Essential Q             What is the advantage of a two-way relative frequency table for showing relationships between sets of paired data?

Method       Review the questions from “Do you know, do you understand”. Work the problems on p. 241 together then students work in pairs to complete p. 242.

Assessment        p. 241-2

Friday       Topic 4 Review

Objective

Essential Q

Method       Work as a class on p. 247, review p. 248 – 249, work together on p. 250.   Explain p. 251 and have students complete.

Assessment        p. 247 – 250, p. 251

• # Math Lessons for Jan. 6 - 10, 2020

Posted by Ole Sullivan on 1/12/2020

# Math 7

Monday   Get Ready for Chapter 4

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment     p. 187

Tuesday    4.1                        Write and Evaluate Algebraic Expressions

Objective       to write and evaluate algebraic expressions

Essential Q     How can algebraic expressions be used to represent and solve problems?

Method       Solve and Discuss It! Use Examples 1 to 3 to model how to write and evaluate expressions. Make sure that students can answer the Essential Question. work together on p. 192.

Assessment      p. 192

Wednesday    4.1                       Write and Evaluate Algebraic Expressions

Objective       to write and evaluate algebraic expressions

Essential Q     How can algebraic expressions be used to represent and solve problems?

Method     Review “Do you know, Do you understand” then work p. 193 together. Then students work in pairs on p. 194.

Assessment     p. 193 – 94

Thursday    4.2                        Generate Equivalent Expressions

Objective          to write equivalent expressions for given expressions

Essential Q    What are equivalent expressions

Method    Explore it? Then use Examples 1 to 3 to explore combining like terms using the commutative and distributive properties. Make sure that students can answer the Essential Question. Work together on p. 198

Assessment     p. 198

Friday   Snow Day

# Math 8

Monday       4.3                        Use Linear Models to Make Predictions

Objective             to make a prediction by using the equation of a line that closely fits a set of data

Essential Q       How do linear models help you to make a prediction?

Method       Solve and Discuss It! Use Examples 1 to 3 to model writing an equation for a scatterplot and using the equation to find other values. Make sure students can answer the essential question. Work through p. 226 as a class.

Assessment        p. 226

Tuesday       4.3                        Use Linear Models to Make Predictions

Objective             to make a prediction by using the equation of a line that closely fits a set of data

Essential Q       How do linear models help you to make a prediction?

Method       Review the questions from “Do you know, do you understand”. Work the problems on p. 227 together then students work in pairs to complete p. 228.

Assessment p.     p. 227-28

Wednesday       Mid-Topic Review

Objective

Essential Q

Method       work as a class to review p. 248 – 9, then have students work in pairs on p. 229.

Assessment        p. 248 – 49, p. 229

Thursday       Mid-Topic 4 Test

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment        On-line test.

Friday      Snow Day

• # Math Lessons for Sept. 30 - Oct. 4, 2019

Posted by Ole Sullivan on 9/28/2019

# Math 7

Monday      1-7             Multiply Rational Numbers

Objective      to multiply rational numbers

Essential Q      How is multiplying rational numbers like multiplying integers

Method      Explore it. Then use examples 1 – 3 to model multiplying decimals and fractions and mixed numbers. Spend time so students can come up with and describe answers to the Essential Question.

Assessment       p. 48 / 1 - 6

Tuesday      1-7             Multiply Rational Numbers

Objective      to multiply rational numbers

Essential Q      How is multiplying rational numbers like multiplying integers

Method      Explore it. Then use examples 1 – 3 to model multiplying decimals and fractions and mixed numbers. Spend time so students can come up with and describe answers to the Essential Question.

Assessment       p. 48 / 1 - 6

Wednesday      1-7             Multiply Rational Numbers

Objective      to multiply rational numbers

Essential Q      How is multiplying rational numbers like multiplying integers

Method     Review “Do you know, Do you understand” then work p. 49 together. Then students work in pairs on p. 50.

Assessment       p. 49 – 50 / 7 - 20

Thursday      1-8            Divide Integers

Objective    to divide integers

Essential Q    How does dividing integers relate to multiplying integers?

Method     Explore it. Then use examples 1 – 3 to discuss how the rules for dividing integers. Spend time so students can come up with and describe answers to the Essential Question.

Assessment     p. 54 / 1 – 6

Friday      1-8            Divide Integers

Objective    to divide integers

Essential Q    How does dividing integers relate to multiplying integers?

Method    Review “Do you know, Do you understand” then work p. 55 together. Then students work in pairs on p. 56.

Assessment     p. 55 – 56 / 7 - 20

# Math 8

Monday       1.8                        Use Powers of 10 to Estimate Quantities

Objective       to estimate large and small quantities using a power of 10.

Essential Q             When would you use a power of 10 to estimate a quantity?

Method       Show “Solve and Discuss It”.   Continue with Examples 1 to 3. Make sure students understand the meaning of positive and negative powers of 10 and can translate them to standard form. Spend time so students can come up with and describe answers to the Essential Question

Assessment        p. 54 / 1 – 6

Tuesday       1.8                        Use Powers of 10 to Estimate Quantities

Objective       to estimate large and small quantities using a power of 10.

Essential Q             When would you use a power of 10 to estimate a quantity?

Method       Review the questions from “Do you know, do you understand”. Work the problems on p. 55 together then students work in pairs to complete p.56.

Assessment        p. 55 – 56 / 7 - 17

Wednesday       1.9                        Understand Scientific Notation

Objective       to use scientific notation to write very large or very small quantities

Essential Q       What is scientific notation and why is it used?

Method       Define Scientific Notation and Standard form and use examples 1 – 2 to show how it is used to write small and large numbers. Use Example 3 to model how to convert between standard and scientific notation.

Assessment        p. 60 / 1 - 7

Thursday       1.9                        Understand Scientific Notation

Objective       to use scientific notation to write very large or very small quantities

Essential Q       What is scientific notation and why is it used?

Method       Review the questions from “Do you know, do you understand”. Work the problems on p. 61 together then students work in pairs to complete p.62.

Assessment        p. 61 – 62 / 8 – 22

Friday       1 – 10       Operations with Numbers in Scientific Notation

Objective       to perform operations with numbers in scientific notation

Essential Q       How does using scientific notation help when computing with very large or very small numbers?

Method       Use Example 1 to show two ways of subtracting numbers in scientific notation. Then Use Examples 2 and 3 to model multiplying and dividing numbers in scientific notation. Review the key concept and then start assignment.

Assessment        p. 70

• # Math Lessons for Sept. 9 - 13, 2019

Posted by Ole Sullivan on 9/7/2019

# Math 7

Objective      to add positive and negative integers

Essential Q    How do you use what you know about absolute value to add integers?

Method     Explore it. Then use examples 1 – 3 to discuss methods for adding integers.   Spend time so students can come up with and describe answers to the Essential Question.

Assessment     p.22 / 1 – 6

Objective      to add positive and negative integers

Essential Q    How do you use what you know about absolute value to add integers?

Method     Review “Do you know, Do you understand” then work p. 23 together. Then students work in pairs on p. 24.

Assessment       p. 23 – 24

Wednesday      Subtract Integers

Objective    to understand subtraction of integers as adding the additive inverse, p – q = p + (-q)

Essential Q      How is subtracting integers related to adding integers?

Method    Explore it. Then use examples 1 – 3 to discuss methods for adding integers.   Spend time so students can come up with and describe answers to the Essential Question.

Assessment     p.28 / 1 – 6

Thursday      Subtract Integers

Objective    to understand subtraction of integers as adding the additive inverse, p – q = p + (-q)

Essential Q      How is subtracting integers related to adding integers?

Method     Review “Do you know, Do you understand” then work p. 29 together. Then students work in pairs on p. 30.

Assessment       p. 29 – 30

Friday      Rules for Adding and Subtracting Integers

Objective      to state how to add and subtract integers

Essential Q       What rules can be used to add or subtract integers?

Method     Have students describe how they add or subtract integers and discuss their methods. Have them summarize the discussion in rules for adding and subtracting integers. Have students copy the rules into their notes.

Assessment       participation

# Math 8

Monday       1-3            Compare and Order Real Numbers

Objective       to approximate square roots by using perfect squares

to compare and order rational and irrational numbers

Essential Q       How can you compare and order rational and irrational numbers?

Method       Show “Solve and Discuss It”.   Continue with Examples 1 to 3. Have students list the perfect squares up to 225 and make sure students can estimate square roots by finding perfect squares on either side of a number.   Spend time so students can come up with and describe answers to the Essential Question.

Assessment        p. 22 / 1 – 7

Tuesday       1-3            Compare and Order Real Numbers

Objective       to approximate square roots by using perfect squares

to compare and order rational and irrational numbers

Essential Q       How can you compare and order rational and irrational numbers?

Method       Discuss the homework then work p. 23 together. Then students work in pairs to complete p. 24

Assessment       p. 23 – 24

Wednesday       1-4            Evaluate Square Roots and Cube Roots

Objective       to evaluate square roots and cube roots to solve problems

to evaluate perfect squares and perfect cubes

Essential Q       How do you evaluate cube roots and square roots?

Method       Show “Solve and Discuss It”.   Continue with Examples 1 to 3. Make sure students understand the difference between perfect squares and square roots, perfect cubes and cube roots   Relate topic to area and volume. Spend time so students can come up with and describe answers to the Essential Question.

Assessment        p. 28 / 1 - 6

Thursday       1-4            Evaluate Square Roots and Cube Roots

Objective       to evaluate square roots and cube roots to solve problems

to evaluate perfect squares and perfect cubes

Essential Q       How do you evaluate cube roots and square roots?

Method       Discuss the homework then work p. 29 together. Then students work in pairs to complete p. 30.

Assessment        p. 29 – 30 / 7 - 18

Friday       1-5            Solve Equations Using Square Roots and Cube Roots

Objective             to solve equations involving squares or cubes

Essential Q       How can you solve equations involving squares or cubes?

Method       Show “Solve and Discuss It”.   Continue with Examples 1 to 3. Have students find the answers to problems having two solutions and others having one solution, Spend time so students can come up with and describe answers to the Essential Question.

Assessment        p. 34 / 1 – 7 .

• # Math Lessons for May 29 - June 1, 2018

Posted by Ole Sullivan on 5/26/2018

# Math 7

Monday   Mid-Topic 3 Review

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment     p. 155

Tuesday   Mid-Topic 3 Test

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment     on-line

Wednesday   Test corrections

Objective

Essential Q

Method    separate sheet of paper, copy problem and show all work

Assessment

Thursday   Thanksgiving

Friday    Holiday

# Math 8

Monday       Holiday

Tuesday       Solving 1-Step Equations

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment        worksheet 2-1

Wednesday       Solving 2-Step Equations

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment        worksheet 2-2

Thursday       Solving Multi-Step Equations

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment        worksheet 2-3

Friday       Solving Equations with Variables on Both Sides

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment        worksheet 2-4

# Algebra

Monday           Holiday

Tuesday           Chapter 1 - 2 Review

Objective

Method

Assessment     p. 68 – 72 / 1 – 99 odd , p. 153 – 156 / 1 – 64 odd

Wednesday           Chapter 3- 4 Review

Objective

Method

Assessment     p. 222 – 226 / 1 – 59 odd, p. 283 – 86 / 1 – 31 odd

Thursday      Chapter 5 – 6 Review

Objective

Method

Assessment       p. 353 – 56 / 1 – 39 odd, p. 408 – 10 / 1 – 31 odd

Friday      Chapter 7 – 8 Review

Objective

Method

Assessment       p. 474 – 78 / 1 – 85 odd, p. 353 – 58 / 1 – 77 odd

• # Math Lessons for May 21 - 25, 2018

Posted by Ole Sullivan on 5/19/2018

# Math 7

Monday    Topic 5 Review

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment     p. 303 - 304

Tuesday      Topic 5 Test

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment     Topic 5 Test on-line

Wednesday            Camping Trip

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment

Thursday      Camping Trip

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment

Friday      Camping Trip

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment

# Math 8

Monday       Real Numbers and the Number Line

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment        worksheet 1 – 3

Tuesday       Properties of Real Numbers

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment        worksheet 1 – 4

Wednesday       Adding and Subtracting Real Numbers

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment        worksheet 1 – 5

Thursday       Multiplying and Dividing Real Numbers

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment        worksheet 1 – 6

Friday       The Distributive Property

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment        worksheet 1 - 7

# Algebra

Monday    The Pythagorean Theorem

Objective    to solve problems using the Pythagorean Theorem

to identify right triangles

Method     Have students read pp. 614 - 616

Assessment     p. 616 – 18 / 1 – 3, 6 – 28 all, 30 – 34 even, 36, 38

Objective

Method

Assessment     p. 604 / 5 – 29

Wednesday      9.6     The Quadratic Formula and the Discriminant

to find the number of solutions of a quadratic equation

Method     Write the quadratic formula and have students write it in their notes. Use 2x2+3x-5 as an example to show its use. Continue with Problem 2. Then do problems 1 and 2 to check for understanding and have students continue with assignment.

Assessment     p. 586 – 88 / 1, 2, 7 – 22 all, 50 -54, 58 - 61

Thursday      9.6     The Quadratic Formula and the Discriminant

to find the number of solutions of a quadratic equation

Method

Assessment     p. 586 – 88 / 3, 4, 23 – 34 all, 36 – 40 even, 41 – 44 all

Friday      Programming the Quadratic Formula on the Calculators

Objective      to program the quadratic formula on the TI-86 calculators

Method     Write the quadratic formula on the board and write a flow chart for how it could be programmed. Identify the commands and what they do as we are programming.   Discuss problems and how to isolate them.

Assessment       participation

• # Math Lessons for May 14 - 18, 2018

Posted by Ole Sullivan on 5/12/2018

# Math 7

Monday      5 – 5           Solve Inequalities Using Multiplication or Division

Objective      to solve inequalities using multiplication or division

Essential Q               How is solving inequalities with multiplication and division similar to and different from solving equations with multiplication and division?

Method      Review “Do you know, Do you Understand” questions then start on assignment

Assessment     XL 5 – 5

Tuesday      5 – 6           Solve 2-Step Inequalities

Objective               to write and solve two-step inequalities

Essential Q    How is solving a 2-step inequality similar to and different from solving a 2-step equation?

Method    Follow lesson thru Example 3. Discuss the key concept. Have students complete and discuss questions: “Do you Understand, do you know”

Assessment     p. 292

Wednesday      5 – 6           Solve 2-Step Inequalities

Objective               to write and solve two-step inequalities

Essential Q    How is solving a 2-step inequality similar to and different from solving a 2-step equation?

Method    Review “Do you know, Do you Understand” questions then start on assignment

Assessment     XL 5 – 6

Thursday      5 – 7           Solve Multi-step Inequalities

Objective      to solve inequalities that require multiple steps

Essential Q      How is solving a multi-step inequality similar to and different from solving a multi-step equation?

Method     Follow lesson thru Example 3. Discuss the key concept. Have students complete and discuss questions: “Do you Understand, do you know”

Assessment       p. 298

Friday      5 – 7           Solve Multi-step Inequalities

Objective      to solve inequalities that require multiple steps

Essential Q      How is solving a multi-step inequality similar to and different from solving a multi-step equation?

Method    Review “Do you know, Do you Understand” questions then start on assignment

Assessment     XL 5 – 7

# Math 8

Monday       Variables and Expressions

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment        worksheet 1 – 1

Tuesday       Order of Operations and Evaluating Expressions

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment        Worksheet 1 - 2

Wednesday       Survival

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment

Thursday       Survival

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment

Friday       Survival

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment

# Algebra

Monday      Mid-Chapter 9 Review

Objective

Method     Students work in groups to complete

Assessment     p. 575 / all

Tuesday     Mid-Chapter 9 Test

Objective

Method

Assessment     Mid-Chapter 9 Test

Wednesday           Survival Trip

Objective

Method

Assessment

Thursday           Survival Trip

Objective

Method

Assessment

Friday           Survival Trip

Objective

Method

Assessment

• # Math Lessons for May 7 - 11, 2018

Posted by Ole Sullivan on 5/5/2018

# Math 7

Monday    Topic 8 Review

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment     p. 480 – 482 / 8-6 to 8-9

Tuesday      Topic 8 Test

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment     Topic test on-line

Wednesday      5 – 4           Solving Inequalities Using Addition and Subtraction

Objective    to solve inequalities using addition and subtraction

Essential Q               How is solving inequalities with addition and subtraaction similar to and different from solving equations with addition and subtraction?

Method    Follow lesson thru Example 3. Discuss the key concept. Have students complete and discuss questions: “Do you Understand, do you know”

Assessment       p. 276

Thursday      5 – 4           Solving Inequalities Using Addition and Subtraction

Objective    to solve inequalities using addition and subtraction

Essential Q               How is solving inequalities with addition and subtraaction similar to and different from solving equations with addition and subtraction?

Method     Review “Do you know, Do you Understand” questions then start on assignment

Assessment     XL 5 – 4

Friday      5 – 5           Solve Inequalities Using Multiplication or Division

Objective      to solve inequalities using multiplication or division

Essential Q               How is solving inequalities with multiplication and division similar to and different from solving equations with multiplication and division?

Method     Follow lesson thru Example 3. Discuss the key concept. Have students complete and discuss questions: “Do you Understand, do you know”

Assessment       p. 282

# Math 8

Monday       5 – 3         Solve Systems by Substitution

Objective       to solve systems of equations by substitution

Essential Q             When is substitution a useful method for solving systems of equations

Method       Discuss questions on Do You Understand? and Do you know how?  Then students start on assignment.

Assessment        XL 5-3

Tuesday       5-4            Solve Systems by Elimination

Objective       to solve systems of equations by elimination

Essential Q       How are the properties of equality used to solve systems of linear equations

Method       Follow lesson thru Example 3. Discuss the key concept. Have students complete questions: “Do you Understand, do you know”

Assessment        p. 280

Wednesday       5-4            Solve Systems by Elimination

Objective       to solve systems of equations by elimination

Essential Q       How are the properties of equality used to solve systems of linear equations

Method       Discuss questions on Do You Understand? and Do you know how?  Then students start on assignment.

Assessment        XL 5 – 4

Thursday       Topic 5 Review

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment        p. 290

Friday       Topic 5 Test

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment        topic 5 test on-line

# Algebra

Monday           9.1        Quadratic Graphs and Their Properties

Objective               to graph quadratic functions of the form y = ax2 and y = ax2 + c

Method    Define the terms on p. 546 – 7. Use Problem 1 to identify the vertex and Problem 2 to model graphing y = ax2.   Use Problem 3 to show how changing the coefficient changes the graph including negative coefficients. .As a class, answer questions 1 and 2 to check for understanding then students continue.

Assessment     p. 549 – 52 / 1,2,7 – 15 odd, 28 - 46

Tuesday           9.1      Quadratic Graphs and Their Properties

Objective               to graph quadratic functions of the form y = ax2 and y = ax2 + c

Method     Use Problems 4 and 5 to model graphs of y = ax2 + c and falling objects. Check for understanding with problems 3 – 5. Then students continue.

Assessment     p. 549 – 52 / 3 – 5, 16 – 28 all, 30, 32, 33, 34 – 40 even, 46, 48

Objective    to graph quadratic functions of the form ax2 + bx +c

Method    Use DESMOS to change values of a, b, and c and show the differences they make. Change c first, then a, and then b. Show how to find the line of symmetry using –b/2a. Use Problems 1 and 2 to model graphing. Use problems 1 and 2 to check for understanding then students continue.

Assessment     p. 556 – 58 / 1,2, 7 – 27 all, 28, 30, 31, 33, 34

Objective    to solve quadratic equations by graphing and using square roots.

Method    Define quadratic equation and “roots of the equation” or “zeros of the function”   Use Problems 1 – 3 to model solving quadratic equations by graphing or square roots. And choosing a reasonable solution. Do problems 1 – 3 together to check for understanding then student continue.

Assessment     p. 563 – 66 / 1 – 3, 9 – 35 odd, 37 - 57

Friday           9.4        Factoring to Solve Quadratic Equations

Objective               to solve quadratic equations by factoring

Method    Have students read pages 568 – 570 and work in groups on assignment. They can check answers in the folder.

Assessment     p. 570 – 2 / 1 – 4, 8 – 28 all, 30 – 40 even

• # Math Lessons for Apr. 30 - May 4, 2018

Posted by Ole Sullivan on 4/28/2018

# Math 7

Monday      in-service (no students

Tuesday    8.8     Solve Problems Involving Surface Area

Objective               to find the area and surface area of 2-dimensional composite shapes and 3-dimensional figures.

Essential Q    How is finding the area of composite 2-dimensional figures similar to finding the surface area of 3-dimensional figures?

Method     Follow lesson thru Example 3. Discuss the key concept. Have students complete and discuss questions: “Do you Understand, do you know”

Assessment     p. 468

Wednesday    8.8     Solve Problems Involving Surface Area

Objective               to find the area and surface area of 2-dimensional composite shapes and 3-dimensional figures.

Essential Q    How is finding the area of composite 2-dimensional figures similar to finding the surface area of 3-dimensional figures?

Method     Review “Do you know, Do you Understand” questions then start on assignment

Assessment     XL 8-8

Thursday      8.9  Solve Problems Involving Volume

Objective      to use the area of the base of a 3-dimensional figure to find its volume

Essential Q               How does the formula for volume of a prism help you understand what volume of a prism means?

Method       Follow lesson thru Example 3. Discuss the key concept. Have students complete questions: “Do you Understand, do you know”

Assessment       p. 474

Friday      8.9  Solve Problems Involving Volume

Objective      to use the area of the base of a 3-dimensional figure to find its volume

Essential Q               How does the formula for volume of a prism help you understand what volume of a prism means?

Method     Review “Do you know, Do you Understand” questions then start on assignment

Assessment       Math XL 8-9

# Math 8

Monday       Professional Development – no students

Tuesday       8.4                        Find Volume of Spheres

Objective       to find the volume of a sphere and use it to solve problems.

Essential Q             How is the volume of a sphere related to the volume of a cone?

Method       Discuss questions on Do You Understand? and Do you know how?

Assessment        XL 8-4

Wednesday       Topic 8 Review

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment        p. 449 - 450

Thursday       Topic 8 Test

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment        Topic 8 Test on-line

Friday       5 – 3         Solve Systems by Substitution

Objective       to solve systems of equations by substitution

Essential Q             When is substitution a useful method for solving systems of equations

Method       Review systems of equations and how we solved them by graphing. Follow lesson thru Example 3. Discuss the key concept. Have students complete questions: “Do you Understand, do you know”

Assessment        p. 274

# Algebra

Monday      Professional Development – no students

Tuesday           8.8        Factoring by Grouping

Objective               to factor higher-degree polynomials by grouping

Method    Students work in groups.

Assessment     p. 531 – 33 / 3, 28 – 30, 38, 40, 47 - 61

Wednesday           Review – Chapter 8

Objective

Method    Students work in groups.

Assessment     p. 539

Thursday           Test – Chapter 8

Objective

Method

Assessment

Friday           Chapter 9 – Get Ready

Objective

Method

Assessment     p. 543

• # Math Lessons for Apr. 23 - 27, 2018

Posted by Ole Sullivan on 4/20/2018

# Math 7

Monday    Mid-Chapter 8 Test

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment     mid chapter 8 test and test corrections

Tuesday      8.6  Solve Problems Involving Area of a Circle

Objective               to solve problems involving the area of a circle

Essential Q    How can the area formula for a circle be used to solve problems?

Method    Follow lesson thru Example 3. Discuss the key concept. Have students complete questions: “Do you Understand, do you know”

Assessment     p. 452

Wednesday      8.6  Solve Problems Involving Area of a Circle

Objective               to solve problems involving the area of a circle

Essential Q    How can the area formula for a circle be used to solve problems?

Method       Review “Do you know, do you Understand” questions then start on assignment

Assessment     p. 453 – 454

Thursday      8.7 Describe Cross Sections

Objective      to determine what the cross section looks like when a 3D figure is sliced

Essential Q      How do the faces of a three-dimensional figure determine the two-dimensional shapes created by slicing the figure?

Method     Follow lesson thru Example 3. Discuss the key concept. Have students complete questions: “Do you Understand, do you know”

Assessment       p. 462

Friday      Describe Cross Sections

Objective      to determine what the cross section looks like when a 3D figure is sliced

Essential Q      How do the faces of a three-dimensional figure determine the two-dimensional shapes created by slicing the figure?

Method     Review “Do you know, do you Understand” questions then start on assignment

Assessment       p. 463 – 464

# Math 8

Monday       Mid-Topic 8 Review

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment        p. 429, p. 448 – 449 – lessons 8.1 and 8.2

Tuesday       Mid-Topic 8 Test

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment        Mid-Topic 8 Test

Wednesday       8-3            Find the Volume of Cones

Objective       to find the volume of cones

Essential Q             How is the volume of a cone related to the volume of a cylinder?

Method       Follow lesson thru Example 3. Discuss the key concept. Have students complete questions: “Do you Understand, do you know”

Assessment        p. 434

Thursday       8-3            Find the Volume of Cones

Objective       to find the volume of cones

Essential Q             How is the volume of a cone related to the volume of a cylinder?

Method       Discuss questions on Do You Understand? and Do you know how?

Assessment        p. 435 – 436

Friday       8.4                        Find Volume of Spheres

Objective       to find the volume of a sphere and use it to solve problems.

Essential Q             How is the volume of a sphere related to the volume of a cone?

Method       Follow lesson thru Example 3. Discuss the key concept. Have students complete questions: “Do you Understand, do you know”  Assessment

Assessment         p. 440

# Algebra

Monday      8.6     Factoring ax2 +bx + c

Objective    to factor trinomials of the form ax2 +bx + c

Method     Use problems 1 – 3 to model how to factor the given trinomials. Use problems 1 – 3 to check for understanding then students work on assignment.

Assessment     p. 520 – 22 / 1, 2, 8 – 19 all

Tuesday           8.6        Factoring ax2 +bx + c

Objective    to factor trinomials of the form ax2 +bx + c

Method    Use problems 4 to model factoring a common monomial out first. Use problems 3 and 4 to check for understanding then students work on assignment.

Assessment     p. 520 – 22 / 3, 4, 20 – 27 all, 28 – 34 even, 35,36, 38 – 46 even

Wednesday           8.7        Factoring Special Cases

Objective    to factor perfect-square trinomials and the differences of two squares

Method    review squaring a binomial and discuss the factoring of perfect-square trinomials. Practice with some and do problems 1 and 2. Check for understanding with problems 1-2 on the assignment then students continue.

Assessment     p. 526 – 28 / 1,2, 9 – 23, 58 - 67

Thursday           8.7        Factoring Special Cases

Objective    to factor perfect-square trinomials and the differences of two squares

Method    Review (a+b)(a-b) and factor several examples including Problems 3 and 4. Check for understanding with problems 3 – 5 on the assignment then students continue.

Assessment     p. 526 – 28 / 3 – 5, 24 – 40, 42, 43, 49

Friday           8.8        Factoring by Grouping

Objective               to factor higher-degree polynomials by grouping

Method    Use Problems 1 and 2 to model factoring by grouping and factoring completely.  Use Problem 3 as and example of applying factoring to a story problem. Use problems 1 and 2 to check for understanding then students continue.

Assessment     p. 531-33/ 1,2, 9 – 27, 32, 34, 35

• # Math Lessons for Apr. 16 - 20, 2018

Posted by Ole Sullivan on 4/13/2018

# Math 7

Monday           8-4      Solve Problems Using Angle Relationships

Objective               to solve problems involving angle relationships

Essential Q    How are angles formed by intersecting lines related?

Method     Follow lesson thru Example 3. Discuss the key concept. Have students complete questions: “Do you Understand, do you know” p. 438

Assessment     p. 438

Tuesday            8-4      Solve Problems Using Angle Relationships

Objective       to solve problems involving angle relationships

Essential Q         How are angles formed by intersecting lines related?

Method             Review “Do you know, do you Understand” questions then start on assignment

Assessment        p. 439 – 440

Wednesday      8.5            Solve Problems Involving Circumference of a Circle

Objective            to solve problems involving radius, diameter, and circumference of circles

Essential Q       How is the circumference of a circle related to the length of its diameter?

Method       Follow lesson thru Example 3. Discuss the key concept. Have students complete questions: “Do you Understand, do you know”

Assessment        p. 444

Thursday            8.5        Solve Problems Involving Circumference of a Circle

Objective            to solve problems involving radius, diameter, and circumference of circles

Essential Q       How is the circumference of a circle related to the length of its diameter?

Method       Review “Do you know, do you Understand” questions then start on assignment

Assessment        p. 445-446

Friday       Mid-Chapter 8 Review

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment        p. 447, p. 478 – 80 / 8-1 to 8-5

# Math 8

Monday       Get Ready Topic 8 – Solve Problems Involving Surface Area and Volume

Objective

Essential Q

Method       Have students copy formulas for area in their notes. Circle, triangle, parallelogram, rectangle, trapezoid. Students work to complete p. 415. When finished, do test corrections.

Assessment        p. 415

Tuesday       8-1            Find Surface Area of Three Dimensional Figures

Objective       to find the surface areas of cylinders, cones, and spheres

Essential Q       how are the areas of polygons used to find the surface area formulas for three-dimensional figures?

Method       Follow lesson thru Example 3. Discuss the key concept. Have students complete questions: “Do you Understand, do you know”

Assessment        p. 420

Wednesday       8-1            Find Surface Area of Three Dimensional Figures

Objective       to find the surface areas of cylinders, cones, and spheres

Essential Q       how are the areas of polygons used to find the surface area formulas for three-dimensional figures?

Method       Discuss questions on Do You Understand? and Do you know how?

Assessment        p. 421 – 422

Thursday       8 – 2         Find Volume of Cylinders

Objective       to find the volume of a cylinder

Essential Q       How is the volume of a cylinder related to the volume of a rectangular prism?

Method       Follow lesson thru Example 3. Discuss the key concept. Have students complete questions: “Do you Understand, do you know”

Assessment        p. 426

Friday       8 – 2         Find Volume of Cylinders

Objective       to find the volume of a cylinder

Essential Q       How is the volume of a cylinder related to the volume of a rectangular prism?

Method       Discuss questions on Do You Understand? and Do you know how?

Assessment        p. 427 428

# Algebra

Monday           8.4        Multiplying Special Cases

Objective               to find the square of a binomial and to find the product of a sum and a difference

Method     Use problem 4 and 5 in the lesson to model how to find the product of a sum and a difference and to give examples. Do problems 4 and 5 as a class then students continue to finish the assignment.

Assessment     p. 507-09 / 4,5, 25 – 35 all, 36 – 50 even, 51, 52

Tuesday           Review

Objective

Method

Assessment     p. 510 / 1-30

Wednesday           Test

Objective

Method

Assessment     Mid-Chapter 8 Test

Thursday           8.5        Factoring x2 +bx + c

Objective    to factor trinomials of the form   x2 +bx + c

Method    Use problems 1 – 3 to model how to factor the given trinomials. Use problems 1 – 3 to check for understanding then students work on assignment.

Assessment     p. 515-17 / 1-3, 10 – 29 all, 61 - 73

Friday           8.5        Factoring x2 +bx + c

Objective    to factor trinomials of the form   x2 +bx + c

Method    Use problems 4 and 5 to model factoring trinomials with 2 variables and applying factoring to problems. Use problems 4 and 5 to check for understanding then students work on assignment.

Assessment     p. 515-17 / 4, 5, 30 – 40 all, 42 – 44 all, 50 – 54 even

• # Math Lessons for Apr. 9 - 13, 2018

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# Math 7

Monday      8-2                        Draw Geometric Figures                  7.G.A.2   MP 1,2,3,5

Objective      to sketch quadrilaterals with given conditions

to name and classify quadrilaterals according to their properties.

Essential Q      How can a shape that meets given conditions be drawn?

Method      Follow lesson thru Example 3. Discuss the key concept. Have students complete questions: “Do you Understand, do you know” p. 424 / 1-6

Assessment      participation

Tuesday      8-2                        Draw Geometric Figures                  7.G.A.2   MP 1,2,3,5

Objective      to sketch quadrilaterals with given conditions

to name and classify quadrilaterals according to their properties.

Essential Q      How can a shape that meets given conditions be drawn?

Method     Review “Do you know, do you Understand” questions then start on assignment

Assessment     p. 425-26

Wednesday           8-3       Draw Triangles with Given Conditions

Objective    to draw triangles when given information about their side lengths and angle measures

Essential Q    How can you determine when it is possible to draw a triangle given certain conditions?

Method     Follow lesson thru Example 3. Discuss the key concept. Have students complete questions: “Do you Understand, do you know” p. 431

Assessment        p. 431

Thursday           8-3       Draw Triangles with Given Conditions

Objective    to draw triangles when given information about their side lengths and angle measures

Essential Q    How can you determine when it is possible to draw a triangle given certain conditions?

Method             Review “Do you know, do you Understand” questions then start on assignment

Assessment     p. 432-434

Friday           8-4       Solve Problems Using Angle Relationships

Objective               to solve problems involving angle relationships

Essential Q    How are angles formed by intersecting lines related?

Method         w lesson thru Example 3. Discuss the key concept. Have students complete questions: “Do you Understand, do you know” p. 438

Assessment     p. 438

# Math 8

Monday      Understand the Converse of the Pythagorean Theorem

Objective    to use the Converse of the Pythagorean Theorem to identify right triangle

Essential Q    How can you determine whether a triangle is a right triangle?

Method     Discus the questions: “Dou You Understand” and “Do You Know How?”

Assessment     p. 391-92

Tuesday           Mid-Topic 7 Review

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment     p. 393

Wednesday           Mid-Topic 7 Test

Objective

Essential Q

Method

Assessment     on line assessment

Thursday           7.4        Distance in the Coordinate Plane

Objective    use the Pythagorean Theorem to find the distance between two points in the coordinate plane

Essential Q    How can you use the Pythagorean Theorem to find the distance between two points?

Method    Follow lesson thru Example 3. Discuss the key concept. Have students complete questions: “Do you Understand, do you know”

Assessment     p. 404

Friday           7.4        Distance in the Coordinate Plane

Objective    use the Pythagorean Theorem to find the distance between two points in the coordinate plane

Essential Q    How can you use the Pythagorean Theorem to find the distance between two points?

Method     Discus the questions: “Dou You Understand” and “Do You Know How?”

Assessment     p. 405-406

# Algebra

Monday           8.2      Multiplying and Factoring

Objective    to multiply a monomial by a polynomial

to factor a monomial from a polynomial

Method    Use problems 1 – 3 to model multiplying a monomial and a polynomial and also factoring a monomial from a polynomial by looking for common factors. Then start assignment.

Assessment     p. 494 – 96 / 1-3, 9-26 all, 44 – 58

Tuesday           8.2        Multiplying and Factoring

Objective    to multiply a monomial by a polynomial

to factor a monomial from a polynomial

Method    Use problems 1 – 3 to model multiplying a monomial and a polynomial and also factoring a monomial from a polynomial by looking for common factors. Then start assignment.

Assessment     p. 494 – 96 / 27, 28, 30-34 even, 35, 36, 38, 40

Wednesday           8.3        Multiplying Binomials

Objective               to multiply binomials or a trinomial by a binomial

Method    Use problems 1 – 3 to model multiplying binomials using the distributive property, a table, area model and FOIL. Use problems 1-3 on the assignment to check for understanding then have students complete.

Assessment     p. 501-03/ 1-3, 8 – 28 all

Thursday           8.3        Multiplying Binomials

Objective               to multiply binomials or a trinomial by a binomial

Method    Use problem 4 on page 500 to illustrate multiplying binomials in a problem situation. Check for understanding using problems 4 and 5 and have students complete the assignment.

Assessment     p. 501 – 03/ 4, 5, 29 – 35 all, 36 – 46 even

Friday           8.4        Multiplying Special Cases

Objective               to find the square of a binomial and to find the product of a sum and a difference

Method    Use problems 1 – 5 to show the key concept of the square of a binomial and the product of a sum and a difference and to give examples. Use problems 1-3 on the assignment to check for understanding then have students complete the assignment.

Assessment     p. 507 – 509/ 1-3, 9 – 24 all, 59 - 71