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     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 #1, #2, #3  (answers)
- 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 #1, #2, #3  (answers)
- 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
(Practice / Answers)
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
- What is Special About a Radioactive Cat? w/s
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Inv 4 and 5 Quiz, Thursday
(Practice / Answers)
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 
- LoBF Practice
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
- LoBF Practice

     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
- Solving Equations Practice  (Answers)
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 
(Additional Practice with answers)
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)
- Solving Equations Practice  (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!

 

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