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Hello Parents and Students, Per administration, my weekly agenda is to now be posted in Schoology for your reference rather than on this website. I will post the agenda here this week as well as we all begin getting used to the new system. :)
Monday, Oct. 16: Students will be able to determine the rate of change and the slope. (Lesson 3.3) HW: p. 175 1-13 (QUIZ on Wednesday covering 3.3)
Tuesday, Oct. 17: Students will be able to determine the rate of change and the slope (Lesson 3.3) HW: Handout from class, every OTHER odd problem (i.e., 1, 5, 9, 13......)
Wednesday, Oct. 18: Students will take a QUIZ on Lesson 3.3 HW: p.179 2-24 evens
Thursday, Oct. 19: Students will be able to find the slope and y-intercept. HW: p.217 2-14 evens
Friday, Oct. 20: Students will be able to find the nth number in an arithmetic sequence. HW: TBA (QUIZ on Monday postponed)
Monday, Oct. 2: Students will be able to put equations into Standard Form and graph using the intercepts. HW: Complete the EVENs beginning with number 8 on the practice 3.1 page in Schoology. It is found under the Lesson 3.2 Folder. QUIZ on Thursday.
Tuesday, Oct. 3: Students will be able to find the zeros, or roots, of an equation algebraically and graphically. (Lesson 3.2) HW: p.164 10 - 22 QUIZ on Thursday
***Students: There will NOT be tutoring tomorrow morning due to a teacher meeting.
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Wednesday, Oct. 4: Students will be able to find the zeros, or roots, of an equation algebraically and graphically. (Lesson 3.2) HW: QUIZ tomorrow. There is Extra Practice for 3.1 and 3.2 in Schoology (under "Week of 10-2" material) Answers are attached above. Look for file labeled "3.1 and 3.2 extra practice"
Thursday, Oct. 5: Students will take a QUIZ covering lessons 3.1 and 3.2. HW: None
Friday, Oct. 6: Students will take a common formative assessment over Quarter 1 material. (There is nothing assigned to study for this.) HW: None! Happy Fall Break! ________________________________________________________________________________ Monday, Sept. 25: Students will be able to solve inequalities containing absolute value. (Lesson 5.5) HW: Practice problems out of Lesson 5.5 in textbook to prepare for quiz tomorrow.
Tuesday, Sept. 26: Students will take a quiz on Solving Inequalities containing absolute value. HW: p.325 2-22 evens
Wednesday, Sept. 27: Students will review for Chapter 5 Test tomorrow. (Lessons 5.1 through 5.5) HW: Complete the Study Guide you began in class. Answers: 1) c 2) F 3) A 4) J 5)A 6) 6 7) D 8) H 9) D 10) F 11) C 12) H 13) A 14) G 15) -2<x<1.5 16) |x - 6000| < 1500; 4500 < x < 7500
Thursday, Sept. 28: Students will take a TEST on Chapter 5 (Lessons 5.1 through 5.5) HW: Go to Chapter 3, Lesson 1 and create a notepage after reading the vocabulary, examples, etc. (You may do this on your iPad or on paper.) At the bottom of your page, list some questions still have you have after reading the material
Friday, Sept. 29: Students will be able to identify linear equations, intercepts, and zeros and will be able to graph linear equations using intercepts. HW: p.157 1-8
________________________________________________________________________________ Monday, Sept. 18: Students will be able to solve multi-step inequalities. Lessons 5.1, 5.2, 5.3 HW: p.299 34 - 46 Even only
Selected answers: 36) 35,000 + .08s > 65,000 s >375,000
42) n + n+2 + n+4 < 36
3n + 6 < 36 n < 10 So, possible integers are 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 12 (n+2), and 14 (n+ 4)since they can be only positive and even integers. Tuesday, Sept. 19: Students will be able to solve compound inequalities. Lesson 5.4 HW: p.306 6-16
Wednesday, Sept. 20: Students will be able to solve compound inequalities. Lesson 5.4 HW: p.302 21, 23 and p.307 33, 35 (Remember there is a quiz tomorrow covering Inequalities. Lessons 5.3 and 5.4)
Thursday, Sept. 21: Students will take a quiz on solving inequalities and compound inequalities (Lessons 5.3 and 5.4) HW: Online textbook: 1) Click on Section 5.5 in table of contents (Click on Chapter 5 first) 2) Click on the sideways “Resources” tab 3) Go to Personal Tutor 4) Watch video “Solve Absolute Value Inequalitites” 5) Answer this question: How does the set up for inequalities differ from the set up for equations?
Friday, Sept. 22: Students will be able to solve equations containing absolute values (Lesson 5.5) HW: p. 312 13 - 23 odd and 33, 35 ________________________________________________________________________________ Monday, Sept. 11: Students will continue practicing Solving Equations for a given variable (Literal Equations) to prepare for Quiz tomorrow on Lesson 2.8.
HW: Extra Practice problems 4-20 EVENS only for section 2.8. If you are using the hard copy textbook these are on page 820. If you are using the online textbook go to the Table of Contents on the left and scroll to the VERY bottom to click on STUDENT HANDBOOK. Open Extra Practice then scroll until you get to Section 2-8. Answers are below so you can check your work. TEST on Chapter 2 on Thursday.
Tuesday, Sept. 12: Students will take a quiz over Lesson 2.8 (Solving equations for a given variable.) Chapter 2 Test is on Thursday. (Covers quiz material from 2.1 to 2.8) HW: p. 145 2 - 22 EVENS (If you did not finish your quiz in class today, you will have about 5-8 minutes at the beginning of class tomorrow. Also, remember tomorrow is Wednesday which means I will offer tutoring in my room beginning at 8. If you want to come before school to finish your quiz you may do so.
Wednesday, Sept. 13: Students will review Chapter 2 lessons to prepare for the Test tomorrow. Test covers quiz material from 2.1 to 2.8. HW: Complete the Practice Test 2A found on Schoology. The pages can also be found at the top of this page. Notice there is a page 1 and a page 2 file. The answers are in a separate file as well so you can check your answers.
Thursday, Sept. 14: Students will take a Test on Chapter 2 concepts. HW: P.140 - 143 Work only the problems that are MULTIPLES of FIVE. (10, 15, 20, etc.)
Friday, Sept. 15: No school
________________________________________________________________________________ Monday, Sept. 4: Labor Day
Tuesday, Sept. 5: Students will take a quiz on absolute value and percent of change. HW: p.124 54-66 odd
Wednesday, Sept. 6: Students will be able to solve for a specific variable when presented with an equation containing more than one variable. (Lesson 2.8) Students will also finish the quiz from Tuesday, if needed. HW: p.129 10-17 (Remember you can check the answers for the odd problems by either looking in the back of the textbook or, if using the electronic book, look in the MAIN table of contents on the left side of screen and click on Student Handbook at the bottom. Open "Selected Answers and Solutions)
Thursday, Sept. 7: Students will be able to solve for a specific variable when presented with an equation containing more than one variable. (Lesson 2.8) HW: p.129 20,21,22, 28, 37, 39
Friday, Sept. 8: Students will be able to solve for a specific variable when presented with an equation containing more than one variable. (Lesson 2.8) HW; p.128 # 7, and p. 129 18, 19 (Next week we will QUIZ on Lesson 2.8 on Tuesday, review Chapter 2 concepts on Wednesday, and take a TEST on Chapter 2 on Thursday.) ________________________________________________________________________________ Monday, August 28: Students will review Lessons 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4 to prepare for a quiz tomorrow. (Solving multi-step equations, including equations with variables on both sides.) HW: Even problems on Practice 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4 document found on Schoology. (You may work out the problems on paper.) We will check answers at the beginning of class.
Tuesday, August 29: Students will take a quiz on Lessons 2.1,2.2, 2..3, 2.4. (solving multi-step equations, including equations with variables on both sides.) HW: Preview our lesson on solving equations with absolute value. Go to the online textbook. (Remember if you are using your I-pad, access the online book through the Puffin app. If using a different device, you can follow the online book directions under "Online Book Code" tab above.)
Go to Chapter 2, Lesson 2.5 on the left menu. Hit the Resources tab (It's sideways) Watch (and rewatch if needed) the first three Personal Tutor videos. "Expressions with Absolute Value" , "Solve Equations Involving Absolute Value" and "Solve Absolute Value Equations"
Wednesday, August 30: Students will be able to solve equations containing absolute value (Lesson 2.5) HW: p.106 13-31 odd
Thursday, August 31: Students will be able to solve proportions and problems related to percent of change. (Lessons 2.6 and 2.7) HW: USE THESE NEW CODES FOR THE ONLINE BOOK! Username: Nancyb59 Password: bobcats1 p.115 21-37 odd AND p.121 1-13 ODD. There will NOT be a quiz on Friday :) ***** 5th period students: Go ahead and attempt to complete as many of these homework problems as you can. Do NOT spend 15 minutes trying to figure out ONE problem. In class on Friday, we will review the homework from Wednesday first then we'll discuss these problems.
Friday, Sept. 1: Students will continue practicing absolute value problems, proportions, and percent problems (e.g., discounts, tax) HW: TBA ________________________________________________________________________________ Monday, August 21: Students will prepare for a test covering Chapter one units of 1.1, 1.2., 1.3, 1.4, 1.5, 1.6, 1.7. Test is tomorrow. HW: Complete the study guide (can be found on Schoology and you had opportunity to pick up a hard copy) to help you prepare for tomorrow's test. Also be sure to work through any missed problems on the first two quizzes.
Tuesday, August 22: Students will take a test on sections 1.1 through 1.7. HW: Watch the Khan Academy video about translating verbal expressions with parentheses. Search "translating expressions parentheses khan video". Sorry, there is no link on Schoology. You'll have to do it the old-school way ;)
Wednesday, August 23: Students will be able to translate sentences into equations and expressions. Section 2.1 HW: p. 78 21-32
Thursday, August 24: Students will be able to solve multi-step equations. (Sections 2.2 and 2.3) HW: p.87 51-55 odd and p.94 31-39 odd
Friday, August 25: Students will be able to solve equations with variables on both sides (Section 2.4) HW: None ________________________________________________________________________________ Monday, August 14: Students will recognize and apply the Number properties and the Distributive property to simplify expressions. (Lessons 1.3 and 1.4) HW: p. 27 29-39 (The problems are also shown above)
Tuesday, August 15: Students will be able to solve multi-step equations and represent relations in various forms. (Lessons 1.5) HW: p. 34 25 – 33 odd and p.36 #70 (In case you're having technical difficulties getting to the book, open the file at the top of this page "August 15 HW")
Wednesday, August 16: Students will be able to represent relations, identify functions and find function values. (Lessons 1.6 and 1.7) HW; This day will go down in history.... no homework. QUIZ over 1.4, 1.5, 1.6, 1.7 on Friday. It may be helpful for you to preview Lesson 1.7 now that you can get to the online textbook!
Thursday, August 17: Students will be able to identify functions and find function values. (Lesson 1.7) HW: p.50 20-25 all AND 33-43 ODD only. Remember to check the odd answers in the back of the book. If you're not able to find the answers on the electronic version of the book, here are a few to check: p.50 23) yes 24) no 35) 14 37) -2 43) -10d - 15
Friday, August 18: Students will take a quiz on Lessons 1.4, 1.5, 1.6, and 1.7. A Test covering all lessons to date is scheduled for Tuesday, August 22. Monday, August 21 will be a review day. HW: To help prepare for Tuesday's test, please work through p. 67 1-11 AND 16-21. You will have about the first 10 minutes in class to work on these as well before we begin reviewing. ________________________________________________________________________________ Monday, August 7: Welcome to your first math class entry for the year! Today students learned about the daily schedule for the year and some of the math classroom procedures. HW: None, but don't get used to it! ;)
Tuesday, August 8: Students will practice fundamental skills from last year's math course to prepare for Algebra I coursework HW: Complete the quizizz assignment given in class. Go to: join.quizziz.com ; enter quiz codes as follows: 4th period - 868083 5th period - 148246 for your name enter your FIRST and LAST initial to get credit. BRING IN ANY WRITTEN WORK PRODUCED AS YOU WORKED THE PROBLEMS. Wednesday, August 9: Students will revisit the Real Number family and applying the Order of Operations, especially with complex expressions (QUIZ on Friday) HW: page P-10 (before 1st chapter) 2 - 10 EVEN only. page 13 47-51 (all) If you have issues seeing the online textbook, open the file at the top of this page.
Thursday, August 10: Students will continue to practice Real number classification and Order of Operations. HW: (Quiz tomorrow on Number properties and the Real Number family classifications.)
Friday, August 11: Students will take a quiz on applying the order of operations and the Real Number family classifications. HW:
Go to Edpuzzle.com Join (you create your own username and password. Do NOT enter an email) Enter the code below based on your class period: Period 1 - bozadno Period 2 - tohebre Period 3 - fuemapa Period 4 - idihepo Period 5 - pajwanm
***** IF YOU HAVE TROUBLE SEEING THE VIDEO, TRY DOING THESE STEPS ON A DEVICE OTHER THAN YOUR I-PAD IF POSSIBLE. I'M STILL LEARNING WHAT WORKS ON YOUR I-PAD AND WHAT DOESN'T :/ IT DID WORK ON MINE SO I'M HOPEFUL IT WILL WORK ON YOURS AS WELL*****