Period 6    Week of April 6

 Try It Out A little additional fun Math in real life Monday - All students can go to their IXL account and complete the questions in the Diagnostic Arena. Algebra 8 - Rotations lesson on Khan Academy.  Check out your Classroom page to find Khan Academy login info and additional materials.      - How to graph a rotation Algebra 8R - Seating Chart Puzzle is posted in Classroom - Coloring Pages      GeoDesigns 10      MasterScapes 3      NatureScapes 8      - Logic Puzzles      D9-10      D11-12      E9-10      E11-12 - Quizzles (Grid format)      9-10      11-12 Answers will be posted at the end of the day Friday. Find out what kind of income you will need to support the adult lifestyle you hope to have. Math in Sports - Baseball Stats, NBA Draft Lottery What's going on in this graph? A weekly discussion board for students using actual figures published in the New York Times. Tuesday Algebra 8 - Practice rotation  (Key) Algebra 8R - Try you hand at all seven levels of transformations in the activity below.  They even talk about transformations using matrices, something new to learn!      Transformations Activity      How to draw transformation using matrices Wednesday - Check out your Google Classroom page. Thursday - Check out your Google Classroom page.

Week of March 30

Week of March 23

 Try It Out A Little Additional Fun Math in Real Life Monday Use your linear skills to land the airplane on the airstrip.  At the end you can create your own problems and share them.  Let me know how it works! - Go to student.desmos.com - Sign in using your school email - Student Code:  ETQ 8YN - 10 Assorted Problems (Answers) - Coloring Pages      GeoDesigns 5      MasterScapes 6      NatureScapes 6      - Logic Puzzles      D1-2  (Key D1-4)      D3-4       E1-2   (Key E1-4)      E3-4  - Quizzles (Grid format)      1-2   (Key 1-4)      3-4 Answers will be posted at the end of the day Friday. What does it mean to flatten the curve? Ways to flatten the curve simulator How to determine how contagious a disease is (Calculating R0) How contagious is Covid-19? Tuesday - Math Minute 3     (Key) For the next two days, you will be working your way out of an Exponential Growth and Decay Escape Room! - Enter the room as you solve each level, here is where you will enter the key to get you to the next level. - Level 1 - Level 2 Wednesday - Math Minute 4     (Key) Please take the following quick survey.  It will help me create seating charts for when we return.      Period 1      Period 3      Period 4      Period 6 Finish up the Escape Room! - Level 3 - Could you find the completion code? Thursday - Math Minute 5     (Key) If you didn't do this yesterday, please take the following quick survey.      Period 1      Period 3      Period 4      Period 6 For today's activity (remember you only need to do 20 minutes) - Go to student.desmos.com - Sign in using your school email - Student Code:  TNF PFM Friday - Math Minute 6     (Key) - Please make sure to take the survey from Wednesday/Thursday! - Finish up yesterday's activity If you want some more...      Miniature Golf Problem

March 20 - April 7

 To help keep all Team M materials in one place, I am now posting on the Team M Google Classroom page.

Week of March 9

 Objective(s) Classwork Homework Monday SWBAT create tessellations using their understanding of transformational geometry. - Finish up Tessellations Project - No Homework Tuesday SWBAT create tessellations using their understanding of transformational geometry. - Finish up Tessellations Project - No Homework Wednesday SWBAT recognize patterns in the relationship between length and area in situations of fixed perimeter. - Problem 1.1 - Page 14 #'s 1, 2, 15, 33 Thursday SWBAT use tables and graphs to predict the fixed perimeter and maximum area for rectangles with a fixed perimeter. - Problem 1.2 - Page 15 #'s 5, 6, 27-31 Friday School Closed - Be safe and stay healthy.

Week of March 2

 Objective(s) Classwork Homework Monday SWBAT create tessellations using their understanding of transformational geometry. - Tessellations Project - Tessellations Project due at end of class Friday - Pythagorean Theorem and Transformational Geometry Quiz, Thursday  (Practice) Tuesday SWBAT create tessellations using their understanding of transformational geometry. - Tessellations Project - Tessellations Project due at end of class Friday - Pythagorean Theorem and Transformational Geometry Quiz, Thursday  (Practice) Wednesday SWBAT create tessellations using their understanding of transformational geometry. - Tessellations Project - Tessellations Project due at end of class Friday - Pythagorean Theorem and Transformational Geometry Quiz, Thursday  (Practice) Thursday SWBAT 1) rotate, reflect, translate, and dilate geometric figures in the coordinate plane, 2) use the Pythagorean Theorem to solve real life problems, and 3) determine angle measures when two parallel lines are cut by a transversal. - Pythagorean Theorem and Transformations Quiz - Tessellations Project due at end of class Friday Friday Early Dismissal

Week of February 24

 Objective(s) Classwork Homework Monday SWBAT determine how lines and their images under translations and half-turns are related to each other. - Problem 3.4 -  Page 65, #'s 10, 29, 30 Tuesday SWBAT determine angle measures when two parallel lines are cut by a transversal. - Problem 3.5 - Page 65, #'s 11-15, 24, 25, 31 Wednesday SWBAT develop coordinate rules for dilations in a coordinate plane. - Problem 4.1 - Page 86, #'s 1-10, 23 Thursday SWBAT perform geometric transformations. - Does order matter with multiple transformations? - Finish Classwork - Pythagorean Theorem and Transformational Geometry Quiz, Thursday 3/5. Friday SWBAT solve real life problems using the Pythagorean Theorem and transform shapes in a coordinate plane. - Pythagorean Theorem Murder Mystery - Rotations not from the origin  (Key) - Finish Classwork - Pythagorean Theorem and Transformational Geometry Quiz, Thursday 3/5. (Practice)

Week of February 10

 Objective(s) Classwork Homework Monday SWBAT use the Pythagorean Theorem to calculate the distance between two points on a coordinate plane. - Finding Distances on a Coordinate Plane - Finish classwork Tuesday SWBAT develop coordinate rules for translations in a coordinate plane. -  Problem 3.2 - Page 62, #'s 4, 5, 9 Wednesday SWBAT develop coordinate rules for reflections in a coordinate plane. - Problem 3.1 - Page 61, #'s 1-3, 8 Thursday SWBAT develop coordinate rules for rotations in a coordinate plane. - Problem 3.3 - Page 63, #'s 6 and 7 Friday SWBAT solve logic puzzles using techniques learned this year. - Candy Name Puzzle - Have a Great Vacation!

Week of February 3

 Objective(s) Classwork Homework Monday SWBAT calculate areas created using systems of inequalities - Calculating Areas created by Systems of Inequalities - Finish classwork - It's In The System Unit Test, Friday - Additional practice:  Systems of Inequalities (Key), Solving Inequalities (Key), IITS Additional Practice  (Key) Tuesday SWBAT solve real life problems using the Pythagorean Theorem. - Triangle Investigation - Solving Real Life Problems with the Pythagorean Theorem - Finish classwork - It's In The System Unit Test, Friday - Additional practice:  Systems of Inequalities (Key), Solving Inequalities (Key), IITS Additional Practice  (Key) Wednesday Thursday SWBAT solve real life problems using the Pythagorean Theorem. - Taco Cart Problem - Finish classwork - It's In The System Unit Test, Friday - Additional practice:  Systems of Inequalities (Key), Solving Inequalities (Key), IITS Additional Practice  (Key) Friday SWBAT 1) solve linear inequalities in one variable and represent the solutions graphically, 2) write and solve systems of equations, 3) solve linear inequalities in two variables, and graph the solutions. - It's In The System Unit Test - Systems ORQs

Week of January 27

 Objective(s) Classwork Homework Monday SWBAT graphically represent the solutions to a system of inequalities in two variables. - Problem 4.1 - Page 72, #'s 1, 2, 13, 14 Tuesday SWBAT solve linear inequalities in two variables, and graph the solutions. - Explanation of Q2 Test Analysis - Problem 4.1 Recap - Problem 4.2 - Page 72, #'s 3, 4, 15 - Q2 Test Analysis due Friday Wednesday SWBAT solve linear inequalities in two variables, and graph the solutions. - Problem 4.3 - Page 73, #'s 5-8, 10 - Q2 Test Analysis due Friday Thursday SWBAT solve linear inequalities in two variables, and graph the solutions. - Problem 4.4 -  Page 73, #'s 9, 17-19 - No Homework Night - Q2 Test Analysis due Friday Friday SWBAT solve linear inequalities in two variables, and graph the solutions. - "Why Did the Three Pigs Leave Home?" w/s - Finish classwork - It's In The System Unit Test, Friday, 2/7 - Additional practice:  Systems of Inequalities (Key), Solving Inequalities (Key)

Week of January 20

 Objective(s) Classwork Homework Monday MLK Jr. Day Tuesday SWBAT solve linear inequalities in one variable and represent the solutions graphically. - Problem 3.2 - Page 55, #'s 4-8, 32-37, 59 - Q2 Cumulative Asssessment 1/24  (Practice Packet, Answers) Wednesday SWBAT solve linear inequalities in one variable and represent the solutions graphically. - Practice - Finish classwork - Q2 Cumulative Asssessment 1/24  (Practice Packet, Answers) Thursday SWBAT 1) demonstrate their understanding of exponential relationships, 2) use the Laws of Exponents to simplify expressions involving multiplication and division of monomials and scientific notation. 3) write and graph equations for linear relationships in slope intercept form and standard form, 4) determine the slope, x- and y-intercepts of linear equations, 5)  write and solve systems of equations, and 6) solve linear inequalities for x and graph the solutions on a number line. - Practice Problems - Practice problems for test - Q2 Cumulative Asssessment 1/24  (Practice Packet, Answers) Friday - Quarter 2 Cumulative Test - No Homework

Week of January 13

 Objective(s) Classwork Homework Monday SWBAT solve systems of equations by combination/elimination. - Problem 2.3 - Page 34, #'s 23-32, 81-84 - Inv 1-2 Quiz, Friday - Q2 Cumulative Asssessment 1/24  (Practice Packet) Tuesday SWBAT choose the most efficient method for solving systems of equations. - Choosing Best Method and Solving  (Answers) - 7-4 Skills Practice  (Answers) - Answers for the rest of the packet (7-2) and (7-3) - Inv 1-2 Quiz, Friday - Q2 Cumulative Asssessment 1/24  (Practice Packet) Wednesday SWBAT translate written text into an algebraic system of equations and solve. - Systems Problems - Try the challenge! - Inv 1-2 Quiz, Friday - Q2 Cumulative Asssessment 1/24  (Practice Packet) Thursday SWBAT solve linear inequalities in one variable and represent the solutions graphically. - Problem 3.1 - Page 54, #'s 1-3, 18-30 even, 58 - Inv 1-2 Quiz, Friday - Q2 Cumulative Asssessment 1/24  (Practice Packet) Friday SWBAT 1) write equations for linear relationships in slope intercept form and standard form, 2) determine the slope, x- and y-intercepts of linear equations, 3) graph equations written in slope-intercept and standard forms, and 4) write and solve systems of equations. - Inv 1-2 Quiz - TBD - Q2 Cumulative Asssessment 1/24  (Practice Packet)

Week of January 6

 Objective(s) Classwork Homework Monday SWBAT graph linear equations written in slope-intercept form and standard form. - Graphing Practice - Finish classwork (Answers) Tuesday SWBAT find solutions to systems of equations graphically. - Problem 1.3 - Page 15, #'s  22-26, 51, 52, 58-62 Wednesday SWBAT find solutions to systems of equations graphically, and algebraically by using the slope intercept form of the equations, and by solving individual equations for the same variable. - Problem 2.1 - Page 32, #'s 1-8 Thursday SWBAT find solutions to systems of equations graphically, and algebraically by using the slope intercept form of the equations, and by solving individual equations for the same variable. - Problem 2.1 Recap - Substitution Practice - Page 33, #'s 9-17, 40-49, 75-77 Friday SWBAT solve systems of equations by combining the two equations into a single equation using addition or subtraction. - Problem 2.2 - Page 34, #'s 18-22, 54, 56-60, 78

Week of December 30

 Objective(s) Classwork Homework Monday Happy New Year! Tuesday Wednesday Thursday SWBAT determine what type of relationship an equation in standard form represents, and identify multiple solutions for the equation. - Problem 1.1 - Page 13, #'s 2-8, 34 Friday SWBAT write equations for linear relationships in slope intercept form and standard form, and determine the slope, x- and y-intercepts. - Problem 1.2 - Page 14, #'s 9-21, 35, 36-48 even

Week of December 16

 Objective(s) Classwork Homework Monday SWBAT use the Laws of Exponents to simplify expressions. - Exponents Bingo - Exponents Quiz, Thursday Tuesday SWBAT use the Laws of Exponents to simplify expressions. - Exponents Jeopardy - Exponents Quiz, Thursday Wednesday SWBAT use the Laws of Exponents to simplify expressions. - Exponents Jeopardy - Exponents Quiz, Thursday Thursday SWBAT use the Laws of Exponents to simplify expressions involving multiplication and division of monomials and scientific notation. - Exponents Quiz - No Homework Friday SW solve logic puzzles. - Intuition Quiz (Game) - Have a Great Vacation!

Week of December 9

 Objective(s) Classwork Homework Monday SWBAT use the Laws of Exponents to simplify expressions involving multiplication and division. - Properties of Exponents - How Does the King's Son Write? w/s - Why Isn't a Snowman Very Smart? w/s - Finish classwork Tuesday SWBAT use the Laws of Exponents to simplify expressions involving multiplication and division. - What Did People Say After Two Satellite Dishes Got Married? partner work - Why Was The Deck of Cards Always in Trouble? w/s Wednesday SWBAT write equivalent expressions with rational exponents. - What is a rational number? - Problem 5.3 - Page 90, #'s 26-38 Thursday SWBAT use the rules for operations with exponents to perform operations with numbers in scientific notation form. - Problem 5.4 - Page 93, #'s 43, 44, 47-62 (no calculator) - Exponents Quiz, Thursday 12/19 Friday SWBAT apply the laws of exponents as they perform error analysis. - Dividing with Exponents Practice (answers) - Finish Classwork - Exponents Quiz, Thursday 12/19 - Additional Exponents Practice

Week of December 2

 Objective(s) Classwork Homework Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday SWBAT use a table of powers to find relationships among numbers written in exponential form. - Problem 5.1 - Page 88, #'s 1, 82-86, 90 Friday SWBAT use patterns among exponents to formulate properties for operating with integral exponents. - Problem 5.2 - Page 88, #'s 2-25

Week of November 25

 Objective(s) Classwork Homework Monday SWBAT 1) write an exponential decay equation to model experimental data, and 2) determine growth/decay factors from growth/decay rates - Bouncing Ball Activity - Finish classwork - Unit Test Inv 1-4, Tuesday (GGG Concepts Review) - Practice Tests Inv1-3 Alg8 (answers) and Inv3-4 8R (answers) Tuesday SWBAT 1) write exponential growth and decay equations to model experimental data and real life situations, and 2) determine growth/decay factors from growth/decay rates - GGG Inv 1-4 Unit Test - No Homework Wednesday Turkey Spirit Day Thursday Happy Thanksgiving! Friday

Week of November 18

 Objective(s) Classwork Homework Monday SWBAT use their knowledge of exponential relationships to make tables, graphs, and equations for exponential decay problems. - Problem 4.2 - Page 68, #'s 4-7, 23, 24 Tuesday SWBAT use their knowledge of exponential relationships to make tables, graphs, and equations for exponential decay problems. - Recap Problems 4.1 and 4.2 - Problem 4.3 - Page 69, #'s 10-14, 25 - Unit Test Inv 1-4, Tuesday (GGG Concepts Review) - Practice Tests Inv1-3 Alg8 (answers) and Inv3-4 8R (answers) Wednesday SWBAT use their knowledge of exponential relationships to make tables, graphs, and equations for exponential decay problems. - Exponential Decay Activity - Finish class activity packet - Unit Test Inv 1-4, Tuesday (GGG Concepts Review) - Practice Tests Inv1-3 Alg8 (answers) and Inv3-4 8R (answers) Thursday SWBAT 1) write an exponential decay equation to model experimental data, and 2) determine growth/decay factors from growth/decay rates - Exponential Decay Practice - Finish classwork - Unit Test Inv 1-4, Tuesday (GGG Concepts Review) - Practice Tests Inv1-3 Alg8 (answers) and Inv3-4 8R (answers) Friday Guidance Activity

Week of November 11

 Objective(s) Classwork Homework Monday Tuesday SWBAT 1) differentiate between linear and exponential growth given a written description or a table of data, 2) identify and interpret growth factors and y-intercepts, and 3) write equations for exponential relationships. - Inv 2-3 Additional Practice - Finish classwork - Tables Practice Problems , ) - Inv 1&2 Quiz, Friday Wednesday SWBAT describe the growth of an investment with a given growth rate, and understand the concept of compound growth. - Compound Growth Practice (Answers) - Finish classwork - Tables Practice Problems , ) - More Compound Interest Practice - Inv 1&2 Quiz, Friday Thursday SWBAT use their knowledge of exponential relationships to make tables, graphs, and equations for exponential decay problems. - Problem 4.1 - Page 66, #'s 1-3, 19-22 Friday SWBAT 1) differentiate between linear and exponential growth given a written description or a table of data, 2) identify and interpret growth factors and y-intercepts, and 3) write equations for exponential relationships. - Inv 1-3 Quiz - Page 55, #'s 35 and 42

Week of November 4

 Objective(s) Classwork Homework Monday SWBAT determine percent increase and percent decrease. - Percent Increase and Decrease Practice - Finish classwork (Answers) Tuesday SWBAT determine growth rates and growth factors from a table of data, and a growth rate given a growth factor. - % change calculations and growth rates - Problem 3.2 - Page 50, #'s 10-15, 41, 43, 44 Wednesday Thursday SWBAT describe the effects of varying initial amounts and growth rates on exponential relationships. - Problem 3.3 - Page 51, 21-23, 34, 47 Friday SWBAT describe the growth of an investment with a given growth rate, and understand the concept of compound growth. - Savings Account Activity (Compound Interest Calculator) - Finish classwork - Inv 1-3 Quiz, Friday -Writing Equations Practice #1, #2, #3  (answers)

Week of October 28

 Objective(s) Classwork Homework Monday SWBAT 1) recognize an exponential relationship from a description, and 2)determine and interpret the y-intercept for an exponential relationship. - Problem 2.1 - Page 32, #'s 1, 4, 34, 35 Tuesday SWBAT determine and interpret the y-intercept for an exponential relationship. - Problem 2.2 - Page 34, #'s 5-8. 24, 29 Wednesday SWBAT determine the growth factor and initial value of a population from a graph and write an equation for an exponential relationship. - Problem 2.3 - Page 35, #'s 9-14 Thursday SWBAT recognize different types of relationships from data in a table, and write equations. - Relationships in Data Tables - Finish classwork Friday SWBAT determine growth rates and growth factors from a table of data, and a growth rate given a growth factor. - Problem 3.1 - Page 48, #'s 1, 2, 8, 24-30

Week of October 21

 Objective(s) Classwork Homework Monday SWBAT recognize exponential patterns in tables and words. - Problem 1.1 - Problem 1.2 - Page 14, #'s 2, 4, 41, 43 - Inv 4 and 5 Quiz, Thursday Tuesday SWBAT express large and small numbers in both standard form and scientific notation. - Problem 1.1 and 1.2 Recap - Scientific Notation video - SN Notes Inv 4 and 5 Quiz, Thursday Wednesday Thursday SWBAT 1) determine whether linear models for bivariate data are good fits, 2) determine how strongly related two variables are, and 3) interpret two-way data tables. - TWMM Inv 4-5 Quiz - LoBF ORQ Friday SWBAT 1) explain the role of growth factor in exponential relationships, and 2) write equations for exponential relationships represented by tables. - Problem 1.3 - Page 17, #'s 13, 15, 16, 51

Week of October 14

 Objective(s) Classwork Homework Monday Tuesday SWBAT interpret two-way data tables. - Problems 5.2 - Page 121, #'s 16, 17, 22, 24-27 Wednesday Thursday SWBAT interpret two-way data tables. - Problem 5.3 - Page 121, #'s 18, 19, 29, 32-34 - Inv 4-5 Quiz, Thursday 10/24 Friday SWBAT 1) determine whether linear models for bivariate data are good fits, 2) determine how strongly related two variables are, and 3) interpret two-way data tables. -Inv 4 and 5 Additional Practice - Continue working on packet - Inv 4-5 Quiz, Thursday 10/24

Week of October 7

 Objective(s) Classwork Homework Monday SWBAT determine whether linear models for bivariate data are good fits using correlation coefficients. - Problem 4.3 - Page 100, #'s 6-9, 21, 22  (Graphs for 7-9) Tuesday SWBAT use statistics to describe the center and spread of a distribution. - Problem 4.4 - Finish classwork Wednesday Thursday SWBAT use statistics to describe the center and spread of a distribution. - Measures of variability wrap up - Page 102, #'s 10-12, 15, 16, 23 - Finish classwork Friday SWBAT interpret two-way data tables. - Problem 5.1 - Finish classwork

Week of September 30

 Objective(s) Classwork Homework Monday Tuesday SWBAT determine whether linear models for bivariate data are good fits. - Problem 4.1 - Finish classwork - Inv. 1-3 Mid Unit Test Wednesday - Additional Practice:  Review Problems with Answers Wednesday SWBAT 1) find the equation of a line given a table of data, a slope and a point on the line, or two points on the line, 2) describe in words, with a table, and with an equation situations modeled by inverse relationships, and 3) use an equation or graph of a mathematical model to answer questions about the situation modeled, 4) solve for x algebraically - Inv. 1-3 Mid Unit Test - No Homework Thursday SWBAT determine whether linear models for bivariate data are good fits. - Recap 4.1 - Page 96, #'s 1-3, 14, 17-19 - Finish classwork Friday SWBAT determine whether linear models for bivariate data are good fits. - Problem 4.2 - Page 98, #'s 4, 5 (Scatterplots) - Get Progress Report signed

Week of September 23

 Objective(s) Classwork Homework Monday SWBAT describe patterns in tables and graphs of an inverse relationship and write equations to model the data. - Problem 3.4 - Inverse Variation Word Problems Tuesday SWBAT draw a line of best fit, and find the equation that models the data. - What's My Line?  w/s - Finish classwork - Inv. 1-3 Mid Unit Test Wednesday, 10/2 Wednesday Safety Training Thursday SWBAT determine whether linear models for bivariate data are good fits. - Recap "What's My Line" w/s - Blue Book Values - Finish classwork - Inv. 1-3 Mid Unit Test Wednesday, 10/2 Friday SWBAT 1) find the equation of a line given a table of data, a slope and a point on the line, or two points on the line, 2) describe in words, with a table, and with an equation situations modeled by inverse relationships, 3) draw and calculate the equation for a line of best fit, 4) use an equation or graph of a mathematical model to answer questions about the situation modeled, and 5) solve for x algebraically - Get 21! - Review Activity - Additional Practice:  Review Problems with Answers  - Inv. 1-3 Mid Unit Test Wednesday, 10/2

Week of September 16

 Objective(s) Classwork Homework Monday SWBAT describe situations modeled by nonlinear relationships. - Problem 3.1 - Page 69, #'s 2, 12-14 - Inv. 1 and Writing Equations of Lines Quiz, Wednesday 9/18 Tuesday SWBAT describe situations modeled by nonlinear relationships. - Read Page 63 - Problem 3.2 - Finish classwork - Inv. 1 and Writing Equations of Lines Quiz, Wednesday 9/18 Wednesday SWBAT find the equation of a line given a table of data, a slope and a point on the line, or two points on the line. - Inv 1 and Writing Equations of Lines Quiz - Open Response Question Thursday SWBAT describe situations modeled by nonlinear relationships. - Recap Problem 3.2 - Notes - Page 70, #'s 4-8, 10, 37 - Finish classwork Friday SWBAT describe situations modeled by nonlinear relationships. - Problem 3.3 - Page 71, #'s 9, 11, 48-50

Week of September 9

 Objective(s) Classwork Homework Monday SWBAT find the equation of a line given a table of data, a slope and a point on the line, or two points on the line. - Writing Equations of Lines Practice - Finish classwork (Key) - Inv. 1 and Writing Equations of Lines Quiz, Wednesday 9/18 Tuesday SWBAT fit a line to data that show a linear trend, write an equation, and determine how well the equation fits the data. - Problem 2.1 - Page 47, #'s 7, 8 - Inv. 1 and Writing Equations of Lines Quiz, Wednesday 9/18 Wednesday SWBAT find solutions to real life situations using tables, graphs, or equations. - Problem 2.3 - Page 46, #'s 4, 37, 38, 60-63 - Inv. 1 and Writing Equations of Lines Quiz, Wednesday Thursday SWBAT find solutions to real life situations using tables, graphs, or equations. - Problem 2.4 - Page 49, #'s 20, 21. 64-68 - Inv. 1 and Writing Equations of Lines Quiz, Wednesday Friday SWBAT write equations to represent real life situations, and use the equations to answer questions about the situation. - Problem 2.5 - Page 51, #'s 26, 27, 45, 57 - Inv. 1 and Writing Equations of Lines Quiz, Wednesday  (Additional Practice with answers

Week of September 2

 Objective(s) Classwork Homework Monday Tuesday SWBAT will use data to create models of real life situations, and make predictions. - Problems 1.1 and 1.2, collect data - Complete Problems 1.1 and 1.2 Wednesday SWBAT will use data to create models of real life situations, and make predictions. - Problems 1.1 and 1.2 Recap - ACE #'s 1 and 2 - Page 20, #'s 9-11, 13, 25-28 Thursday SWBAT will use data to create models of real life situations, and make predictions. - Problem 1.3 - Page 16, #'s 4, 32 Friday SWBAT write an equation for a linear function given a table, graph, or two points. - Problem 2.2 - Finish classwork if not done

Week of August 26

 Objective(s) Classwork Homework Monday Tuesday Wednesday - Welcome - Getting to know each other "snowball fight" - No homework Thursday SW 1) become familiar with the Algebra 8 expectations, and 2) demonstrate their knowledge of linear relationships. - Course intro - Linear relationships recall - Get Course Expectations Sheet signed Friday SWBAT demonstrate their understanding of algebraic concepts. - Initial Assessment (not graded!) - Student Survey - Make sure your Student Survey is complete. - Have a great weekend!