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  Week of January 20

  Objective(s) Classwork Homework
Monday   MLK Jr. Day  
Tuesday 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. - Exponential Review - Work on Problems 31-43 in the Practice Packet.  Bring your questions to class!
- Q2 Assessment, Friday  (Practice Packet, Answers)
Wednesday - Exponential Review - TBD
- Q2 Assessment, Friday  (Practice Packet, Answers)
Thursday - Cumulative Review - Study!
- Q2 Assessment, Friday  (Practice Packet, Answers)
Friday - Quarter 2 Cumulative Test - No Homework

     Week of January 13

  Objective(s) Classwork Homework
Monday SWBAT use patterns in powers to develop rules for operating with exponents. - Negative Exponents
- 8-3 Practice - odd numbers
- 8-3 Practice - even numbers  (Key)
Tuesday SWBAT use the Laws of Exponents to simplify expressions involving multiplication and division with variables. - Exponents Practice
- "Bachelor Rabbit" w/s
- "Cabinet Maker" top half w/s  (Key)
- Q2 Assessment, 1/24  (Practice Packet)
Wednesday SWBAT express large and small numbers in both standard form and scientific notation. - Scientific Notation Practice - Finish classwork
- Q2 Assessment, 1/24  (Practice Packet)
Thursday SWBAT apply the laws of exponents to operations involving scientific notation. -Multiplying and Dividing
- Multiplying and Dividing with Scientific Notation
- Finish Multiplying and Dividing with Scientific Notation
- Q2 Assessment, 1/24  (Practice Packet)
Friday SWBAT use the Laws of Exponents to simplify expressions involving multiplication and division of monomials and scientific notation. - Exponents Practice - Continue working on Exponents Practice
- Q2 Assessment, 1/24  (Practice Packet)

     Week of January 6

  Objective(s) Classwork Homework
Monday SWBAT use patterns in powers to develop rules for operating with exponents. Multiplying monomials with the same base - "Why Are Mr. and Mrs. Number So Happy?"  w/s  (Key)
Tuesday SWBAT use patterns in powers to develop rules for operating with exponents. - Powers of Powers - "What Happens to a Dog Who Eats Table Scraps?"  w/s
Wednesday      
Thursday SWBAT use patterns in powers to develop rules for dividing with exponents. - Dividing Monomials with the same base - "Why Are Babies Like Hinges?"  w/s
Friday SWBAT use the Laws of Exponents to simplify expressions involving multiplication and division with variables. - How Does the King's Son Write?  w/s
- "Why Was The Deck of Cards Always in Trouble?"  w/s 
- Finish Classwork

     Week of December 30

  Objective(s) Classwork Homework
Monday Happy New Year!
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday SWBAT develop school lunch meals that meet specific nutritional and financial guidelines. - Creation of final weekly menu - Finish classwork
Friday SWBAT develop school lunch meals that meet specific nutritional and financial guidelines. - Creation of final weekly menu - No Homework

     Week of December 16

  Objective(s) Classwork Homework
Monday SWBAT develop school lunch meals that meet specific nutritional and financial guidelines. - Calculating Price per meal - Finish calculating the prices for all your group's meals.
- Circle and Bar Graph Quiz, Thursday
Tuesday SWBAT develop school lunch meals that meet specific nutritional and financial guidelines. - Editing of weekly menu - Finish classwork
- Circle and Bar Graph Quiz, Thursday
Wednesday SWBAT develop school lunch meals that meet specific nutritional and financial guidelines. - Creation of final weekly menu - Finish classwork
- Circle and Bar Graph Quiz, Thursday
Thursday SWBAT create and analyze bar and circle graphs. - Circle and Bar Graph Quiz - Complete project if not done
Friday SW solve logic puzzles. - Intuition Quiz (Game) - Have a Great Vacation!

     Week of December 9

  Objective(s) Classwork Homework
Monday SWBAT create an effective survey. - Survey creation - Refine survey so that it can be submitted by the end of class tomorrow.
Tuesday SWBAT create an effective survey. - Complete Surveys - Create one meal that meets the nutritional guidelines for a School Lunch.
Wednesday SWBAT display categorical data visually. - Construction of Bar Graphs and Circle Graphs - Finish classwork
Thursday SWBAT develop school lunch meals that meet specific nutritional and financial guidelines. - Menu Creation (template) - Circle Graph Practice
- Circle and Bar Graph Quiz, Thursday 12/19
Friday SWBAT develop school lunch meals that meet specific nutritional and financial guidelines. - Nutrition Check of weekly menu
- Look at survey data
- Does data support menu choices?
- Complete data support sheet
- Circle and Bar Graph Quiz, Thursday 12/19

  Week of December 2

Objective(s) Classwork Homework
Monday      
Tuesday      
Wednesday SWBAT 1) write exponential growth equations to model experimental data and real life situations, and 2) determine growth factors from growth rates, and rates from factors. - Bead Activity Recap
- Inv 1-3 Test Review
- No Homework
Thursday SWBAT create an effective survey. - Presentation by Mr. Delaney from Whitsons - 5 things you are thinking about from the presentation, or questions you may want to include in your survey.
Friday SWBAT create an effective survey. - Survey creation read and share
- compile a list of topics
- 3 additional survey question ideas

     Week of November 25

Objective(s) Classwork Homework
Monday SWBAT use their knowledge of exponential relationships to make tables, graphs, and equations for exponential decay problems. - Exponential Decay Activity - Finish Classwork
- Exponential Growth Test (Inv 1-3), Tuesday
- Practice Test Inv1-3 Alg8
(answers)
Tuesday SWBAT 1) write exponential growth equations to model experimental data and real life situations, and 2) determine growth factors from growth rates, and rates from factors. - Exponential Growth Test
(Inv 1-3)
- 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 4.1 - Page 66, #'s 1, 3, 19-22
Tuesday 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
- Exponential Growth Test (Inv 1-3), Tuesday
- Practice Test Inv1-3 Alg8
(answers)
Wednesday 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 8-11
- Exponential Growth Test (Inv 1-3), Tuesday
- Practice Test Inv1-3 Alg8
(answers)
Thursday SWBAT 1) write exponential growth equations to model experimental data and real life situations, and 2) determine growth factors from growth rates, and rates from factors. - Exponential Growth Practice
- Additional Practice Inv 1-3 (Answers)
- Finish Classwork
- Exponential Growth Test (Inv 1-3), Tuesday
- Practice Test Inv1-3 Alg8
(answers)
Friday   Guidance Activity  

     Week of November 11

  Objective(s) Classwork Homework
Monday      
Tuesday SWBAT determine percents and percent change. - Face-ing Math Percents and Proportions
- Drawing Template
- Finish classwork
Wednesday SWBAT determine growth rates and growth factors from a table of data, and a growth rate given a growth factor. - Growth Factors/Rates
- Page 49, #'s 9, 13-16, 19, 31, 41, 43-45
- Finish classwork
Thursday SWBAT describe the effects of varying initial amounts and growth rates on exponential relationships. - Problem 3.3 - Page 51, #'s 21, 22, 34-37
Friday SWBAT describe the effects of varying initial amounts and growth rates on exponential relationships. - Compound Interest practice
- What Did Dr. Frug's Wife Say..?
- Finish classwork

     Week of November 4

Objective(s) Classwork Homework
Monday SWBAT determine the growth factor and initial amount for an exponential relationship and write an equation describing it. - Basic Exponential Format
- Problem 3.1
- Page 48, #'s 1, 2, 8
Tuesday SWBAT calculate percents and use percents to find "wholes" given "parts". - Percent Calculations
- Percent Scavenger Hunt
- Percent Calculation Practice
Wednesday      
Thursday SWBAT determine percents and percent change. - Percent Increase and Decrease Practice - Finish classwork (Answers)
Friday SWBAT determine growth rates and growth factors from a table of data, and a growth rate given a growth factor. - Problem 3.2 - Finish classwork

     Week of October 28

  Objective(s) Classwork Homework
Monday SWBAT write equations for exponential relationships represented by tables. - Problem 1.3 - Page 18, #'s 14, 16
Tuesday 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 - Page 16, #'s 4 a-e, 44, 51 a-d
Wednesday 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, 2, 35
Thursday SWBAT determine and interpret the y-intercept for an exponential relationship. - Problem 2.2
- Review Problem 2.2
- Page 34, #'s 5-7, 24
Friday SWBAT determine the growth factor and write an equation for the graph of an exponential relationship. - Problem 2.3 - Page 35, #'s 9-14, 28

     Week of October 21

  Objective(s) Classwork Homework
Monday SWBAT interpret two-way data tables. - Review Inv 5 Additional Practice (Answers)
- Two-Way Tables w/s
- Finish Classwork
- Inv 4-5 Quiz next Tuesday
Tuesday SWBAT express large and small numbers in both standard form and scientific notation. - Scientific Notation video
- SN Notes
- What is Special About a Radioactive Cat? w/s
- Finish classwork
- Inv 4-5 Quiz, Tuesday
Wednesday SWBAT recognize exponential patterns in tables. - Problem 1.1 - Page 14, #'s 1, 2, 41 a and b
- Inv 4-5 Quiz, Tuesday
Thursday SWBAT recognize exponential patterns in tables, graphs, and equations. - Vocab
- Problem 1.2
- Finish classwork
- Inv 4-5 Quiz, Tuesday
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. - More Inv 4-5 Practice (Answers) - Finish classwork
- Inv 4-5 Quiz, Tuesday

    Week of October 14

  Objective(s) Classwork Homework
Monday      
Tuesday SWBAT interpret two-way data tables. - Problem 5.1 - Mathematical Reflection page 111, #'s 1a-c, 2a, 2c
Do not do this in your notebook, this assignment will be collected.
Wednesday      
Thursday SWBAT interpret two-way data tables. - Recap Problem 5.1
- Problem 5.2
- Page 121, #'s 16, 17, 30, 31
Friday SWBAT interpret two-way data tables. - Inv 5 Additional Practice - Complete packet

     Week of October 7

  Objective(s) Classwork Homework
Monday SWBAT determine whether linear models for bivariate data are good fits. - Problem 4.2 - Finish classwork
- Get Progress Report signed
Tuesday SWBAT determine whether linear models for bivariate data are good fits. - Recap 4.2
- Page 98, #'s 4, 5, 17-19(Graphs for 4 and 5)
- Finish classwork
Wednesday      
Thursday SWBAT determine whether linear models for bivariate data are good fits using correlation coefficients. - Problem 4.3 (Not C4) - Finish classwork
Friday SWBAT 1) write equations to represent real life situations, 2) use the equations to answer questions about the situation, and 3)determine whether linear models for bivariate data are good fits using correlation coefficients. - Recap 4.3
- Inv 4 Additional Practice
- Complete pages 1 and 2

     Week of September 30

  Objective(s) Classwork Homework
Monday      
Tuesday 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, and 2) use an equation or graph of a mathematical model to answer questions about the situation modeled. - Review Problems complete half the problems on each page - Finish classwork  (answers)
- Inv. 1-2 Mid Unit Test, Wed.
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, and 2) use an equation or graph of a mathematical model to answer questions about the situation modeled, and 3) solve for x algebraically. - Inv. 1-2 Mid Unit Test - Open Response Questions
Thursday 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, 37
Friday SWBAT determine whether linear models for bivariate data are good fits. - Problem 4.1 A, B, and D - Page 96, #'s 1 and 2

     Week of September 23

  Objective(s) Classwork Homework
Monday SWBAT find solutions to real life situations using tables, graphs, or equations. - Problem 2.4 (Not D2) - Finish classwork
Tuesday SWBAT find solutions to real life situations using tables, graphs, or equations. - Recap Problem 2.4
- Page 48, #'s 9, 11, 13-20
- No Homework
- Inv. 1-2 Mid Unit Test, Wednesday 10/2
Wednesday SWBAT find solutions to real life situations using tables, graphs, or equations. - Finish Page 48, #'s 9, 11, 13-20 - Finish classwork
- Inv. 1-2 Mid Unit Test, Wednesday 10/2
Thursday SWBAT draw a line of best fit, and find the equation that models the data. - Scatterplots  w/s
- LoBF Practice
- Finish Classwork
- Inv. 1-2 Mid Unit Test, Wednesday 10/2
- TWMM Test Review Problems
- More Review Problems
Friday   Museum of Science Assembly  

     Week of September 16

  Objective(s) Classwork Homework
Monday 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 A and B - Finish Classwork
- Inv. 1 and Solving Equations Quiz, Wednesday
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 C - Finish Classwork
- Inv. 1 and Solving Equations Quiz, Wednesday
Wednesday SWBAT solve 1) equations with variables on both sides, and check the answer, 2) determine the slope of a line given two points on the line, 3) identify a linear relationship given a table of data, and 4) determine if data plotted in a graph is continuous or discrete. - Inv 1 and Solving Equations Quiz - No Homework
Thursday SWBAT write equations for linear functions given a table, a graph, or text. - Recap Problem 2.1
- Problem 2.3 A-C
- Finish Problem 2.3 A-C
Friday SWBAT find solutions to real life situations using tables, graphs, or equations. - Recap Problem 2.3 A-C
- Problem 2.3 D-E
- Page 45, #'s 1, 4, 6, 8, 38
- Finish classwork

     Week of September 9

  Objective(s) Classwork Homework
Monday SWBAT solve equations with variables on both sides, and check the answer. - Solving Equations Practice - Finish Solving Equations Practice  (KEY)
Tuesday SWBAT determine the slope of a line given two points on the line. - Intro Problem 2.2
- Strategies for calculating slope
- "What Do You Call a Duck That Steals?"  w/s
- Finish classwork (use slope formula or Δy/Δx to calculate slope).  Show all work in your notebook.
- Inv. 1 and Solving Equations Quiz, Wednesday
Wednesday SWBAT write an equation for a linear function given a table, graph, or two points. - Problem 2.2 - Finish classwork if not done
- Inv. 1 and Solving Equations Quiz, Wednesday
Thursday 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
- Inv. 1 and Solving Equations Quiz, Wednesday
Friday SWBAT solve 1) equations with variables on both sides, and check the answer, 2) determine the slope of a line given two points on the line, 3) identify a linear relationship given a table of data, and 4) determine if data plotted in a graph is continuous or discrete. - Whiteboard Practice - Do more practice problems (Answers)
-Additional solving equations practice  (Answers)
- Inv. 1 and Solving Equations Quiz, Wednesday

     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 A-D - Page 16, #'s 2 and 12
Wednesday SWBAT will use data to create models of real life situations, and make predictions. - Recap Problem 1.1
- Problem 1.2
- Finish Problem 1.2
Thursday SWBAT will use data to create models of real life situations, and make predictions. - Recap Problem 1.2
- Problem 1.3 A through B2
- Finish Classwork
Friday SWBAT will use data to create models of real life situations, and make predictions. - Finish Problem 1.3
- ACE Problems (Page 17),
#'s 4, 14-17
- 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!

 

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