About comerhull1126

Hello Students and Parents, My name is Mrs. Comer-Hull and I teach 6th grade math. This makes my 11th year at Griffin Middle School. I'm originally from the Chicago area. I've resided in Atlanta for 11 years. I attended Xavier University of Louisiana for my undergraduate degree, where I obtained my Bachelor's degree in Business Management. I later attended the University of Illinois, where I obtained my Master's degree in Education, and then began teaching in Chicago, Illinois. I come from a family of educators who've taught me that your education is everything and will take you wherever you want to go in life. I do plan to relate and instill that belief in your children. I thank you for sending your child to Griffin Middle School and look forward to working with all of you this school year.

Lessons Plans and Important Information for 4/22/19- 4/26/19

Welcome to my Blog. Again, my name is Tiffany Comer-Hull. This is my 17th year teaching at Griffin. This year, I’m teaching two 7th grade math classes,  and two co-taught math classes with my perspective co-teacher, Mr. Lohuis. Also, feel free to refer to his Blog along with the 7th grade math team blog, as they will also contain the information in regards to the classes I teach. Any further information that you can provide that can help aid me in better understanding your child and their needs is greatly appreciated. You can leave me a message at 678-842-6917 to which I will respond to as soon as possible. You can also reach me by email at Tiffany.Comer-Hull@cobbk12.org ,in which you are sure to receive a quicker response. Thank you so much for allowing your child to attend Griffin Middle School and I look forward to working with you and your child this school year.

 

Lessons Plans 4/22/19- 4/26/19:

This week in my class we will complete (Unit 5 Inferences ), review (Unit 6 Probability) and prepare for the Milestone. We will only meet for 3 days this week due to the adjusted schedule for Milestone Testing. 

We will also continue to review identifying integers on a number line; computing absolute value; describing integer situations; along with adding , subtracting, multiplying and dividing integers; ordering fractions on a number  line; computing fractions (+,-,x,/); naming types of decimals; converting fractions, decimals, percents and comparing and ordering rational numbers, all from the topics we have covered in Unit 1.  In addition we will continue to review  order of operations, exponents,  properties of operations, the distributive property, evaluate/solve algebraic expressions using substitution, combining like terms, adding and subtracting linear expressions and one and two step equations with graphing and one and two step inequalities with graphing with word problems and verbal expressions, all from which we have covered in Unit 2. We will also continue to review what we have learned in Unit 3: identifying, setting up and solving ratios, rates, unit rates,  creating and identify equivalent fractions, solving complex fractions and converting unit rates, setting up and solving proportions that also include word problems, finding the rate of change in tables and graphs, finding the constant of proportionality, proportional relationships involving similar figures and findings dealing with percent: percent of a number, conversions, estimation, percent proportions and equations,   percent of change, percent of sales tax/tip/mark ups/discounts and scale factor. We will also continue to review what we have learned in Unit 4 which encompasses the following topics:  identifying angle measures, supplementary, complementary angles, vertical and adjacent angles, triangular measurements, constructing triangles and slicing solids/cross sections, finding the circumference and area of a circle,  finding the volume of a cube, rectangular and triangular prism along with the volume of a pyramid, and finding the surface area of rectangular and triangular prisms and pyramids. Please review all these topic in preparation for the Milestone Test.

 

Important Information:

Please remember Griffin offers morning tutoring. This a GREAT opportunity for you to catch up on assignmentsread, be remediated, or (if you let me know in advance) extend your learning opportunities. Tutoring is held every morning from 7:45am to 8:50am.

Just as a reminder report cards and progress reports are on line now and can be viewed  in Parent and Student Vue as of January 2019.

 

The 7th Grade Math Milestone Test will be given on May 2nd and 3rd. Please make sure your child is on time and present at school on these 2 days.

Please go to the following website to prepare and practice for the Math Milestone Test: http://gaexperienceonline.com/

 

 

 

 

 

 

7th Grade Mathematics Teaching & Learning Framework
First Semester Second Semester
Unit 1: Operations with Rational Numbers6 weeks Unit 2: Expressions and Equations6 weeks Unit 3: Ratios & Proportional Relationships6 weeks Unit 4: Geometry5 weeks Unit 5: Inferences4 weeks Unit 6: Probability4 weeks Unit 7: Review and Extend5 weeks

*Note: The course outline above covers the entire school year. It is subject to change as needed.

 

 Please use the following math technology websites/resources to assist you:

Online Textbook

The students will be using a variety of materials for their instruction including a consumable textbook. Our new textbook can be accessed ONLINE by following the instructions below:

  1. Go to http://connected.mcgraw-hill.com/connected/login.do
  2. Your username is: ccsd(lunch#) (example: ccsd1234567)
  3. Your password is: cobbmath1

 

Resourceful Links

https://www.khanacademy.org/math/cc-seventh-grade-math

http://www.virtualnerd.com/

https://griffinmathresources.weebly.com/

https://www.ascendmath.com/

https://www.deltamath.com

CCSD Grading ScaleA = 90 and aboveB = 80 – 89C = 74 – 79D = 70 – 73F = 69 and below

 Evaluation:

Student grades will be determined in the following manner:

70% | Formative (Quizzes, Homework and Classwork)

30% | Summative (Tests, Projects and Essays)

Please support the GMS Foundation and help us better serve your student!

 

REMIND

Please support te GMS Foundation and help us better serve your student!

This year the Foundation hopes to raise enough money to purchase:

– 58 laptops for the ELA classes

– 2 laptop carts for teachers transport and charge the laptops

– 52 iPad tubs for teachers to transport and charge iPads

Donate to the Give 2 Griffin Annual Fund by:

  • Completing the donation form you received in the mail and either mailing it to the school in the self-addressed envelope provided or having your student turn it in to his/her teacher
  • Donating directly online at www.cobbk12.org/griffin/foundation

Nicola Bradburn Fuller

President,

Griffin Middle School Foundation, Inc.

president@griffinmiddlefoundation.org

Lessons Plans and Important Information 4/15/19- 4/19/19

Welcome to my Blog. Again, my name is Tiffany Comer-Hull. This is my 17th year teaching at Griffin. This year, I’m teaching two 7th grade math classes,  and two co-taught math classes with my perspective co-teacher, Mr. Lohuis. Also, feel free to refer to his Blog along with the 7th grade math team blog, as they will also contain the information in regards to the classes I teach. Any further information that you can provide that can help aid me in better understanding your child and their needs is greatly appreciated. You can leave me a message at 678-842-6917 to which I will respond to as soon as possible. You can also reach me by email at Tiffany.Comer-Hull@cobbk12.org ,in which you are sure to receive a quicker response. Thank you so much for allowing your child to attend Griffin Middle School and I look forward to working with you and your child this school year.

 

Lessons Plans 4/15/19- 4/19/19:

This week in my class we will continue (Unit 5 Inferences ). Monday, Tuesday and Friday are the only days we will meet due to the adjusted schedule for Milestone Testing. The days we meet we will focus on making predictions and measures of center.  

We will also continue to review identifying integers on a number line; computing absolute value; describing integer situations; along with adding , subtracting, multiplying and dividing integers; ordering fractions on a number  line; computing fractions (+,-,x,/); naming types of decimals; converting fractions, decimals, percents and comparing and ordering rational numbers, all from the topics we have covered in Unit 1.  In addition we will continue to review  order of operations, exponents,  properties of operations, the distributive property, evaluate/solve algebraic expressions using substitution, combining like terms, adding and subtracting linear expressions and one and two step equations with graphing and one and two step inequalities with graphing with word problems and verbal expressions, all from which we have covered in Unit 2. We will also continue to review what we have learned in Unit 3: identifying, setting up and solving ratios, rates, unit rates,  creating and identify equivalent fractions, solving complex fractions and converting unit rates, setting up and solving proportions that also include word problems, finding the rate of change in tables and graphs, finding the constant of proportionality, proportional relationships involving similar figures and findings dealing with percent: percent of a number, conversions, estimation, percent proportions and equations,   percent of change, percent of sales tax/tip/mark ups/discounts and scale factor. We will also continue to review what we have learned in Unit 4 which encompasses the following topics:  identifying angle measures, supplementary, complementary angles, vertical and adjacent angles, triangular measurements, constructing triangles and slicing solids/cross sections, finding the circumference and area of a circle,  finding the volume of a cube, rectangular and triangular prism along with the volume of a pyramid, and finding the surface area of rectangular and triangular prisms and pyramids. Please review all these topic in preparation for the Milestone Test.

 

Important Information:

Please remember Griffin offers morning tutoring. This a GREAT opportunity for you to catch up on assignmentsread, be remediated, or (if you let me know in advance) extend your learning opportunities. Tutoring is held every morning from 7:45am to 8:50am.

Just as a reminder report cards and progress reports are on line now and can be viewed  in Parent and Student Vue as of January 2019.

 

The 7th Grade Math Milestone Test will be given on May 2nd and 3rd. Please make sure your child is present at school on these 2 days.

Please go to the following website to prepare and practice for the Math Milestone Test: http://gaexperienceonline.com/

 

 

 

 

 

 

7th Grade Mathematics Teaching & Learning Framework
First Semester Second Semester
Unit 1: Operations with Rational Numbers6 weeks Unit 2: Expressions and Equations6 weeks Unit 3: Ratios & Proportional Relationships6 weeks Unit 4: Geometry5 weeks Unit 5: Inferences4 weeks Unit 6: Probability4 weeks Unit 7: Review and Extend5 weeks

*Note: The course outline above covers the entire school year. It is subject to change as needed.

 

 Please use the following math technology websites/resources to assist you:

Online Textbook

The students will be using a variety of materials for their instruction including a consumable textbook. Our new textbook can be accessed ONLINE by following the instructions below:

  1. Go to http://connected.mcgraw-hill.com/connected/login.do
  2. Your username is: ccsd(lunch#) (example: ccsd1234567)
  3. Your password is: cobbmath1

 

Resourceful Links

https://www.khanacademy.org/math/cc-seventh-grade-math

http://www.virtualnerd.com/

https://griffinmathresources.weebly.com/

https://www.ascendmath.com/

https://www.deltamath.com

CCSD Grading ScaleA = 90 and aboveB = 80 – 89C = 74 – 79D = 70 – 73F = 69 and below

 Evaluation:

Student grades will be determined in the following manner:

70% | Formative (Quizzes, Homework and Classwork)

30% | Summative (Tests, Projects and Essays)

Please support the GMS Foundation and help us better serve your student!

 

REMIND

Please support te GMS Foundation and help us better serve your student!

This year the Foundation hopes to raise enough money to purchase:

– 58 laptops for the ELA classes

– 2 laptop carts for teachers transport and charge the laptops

– 52 iPad tubs for teachers to transport and charge iPads

Donate to the Give 2 Griffin Annual Fund by:

  • Completing the donation form you received in the mail and either mailing it to the school in the self-addressed envelope provided or having your student turn it in to his/her teacher
  • Donating directly online at www.cobbk12.org/griffin/foundation

Nicola Bradburn Fuller

President,

Griffin Middle School Foundation, Inc.

president@griffinmiddlefoundation.org

Lessons Plans and Important Information 4/8/19- 4/12/19

Welcome to my Blog. Again, my name is Tiffany Comer-Hull. This is my 17th year teaching at Griffin. This year, I’m teaching two 7th grade math classes,  and two co-taught math classes with my perspective co-teacher, Mr. Lohuis. Also, feel free to refer to his Blog along with the 7th grade math team blog, as they will also contain the information in regards to the classes I teach. Any further information that you can provide that can help aid me in better understanding your child and their needs is greatly appreciated. You can leave me a message at 678-842-6917 to which I will respond to as soon as possible. You can also reach me by email at Tiffany.Comer-Hull@cobbk12.org ,in which you are sure to receive a quicker response. Thank you so much for allowing your child to attend Griffin Middle School and I look forward to working with you and your child this school year.

 

Lessons Plans 4/8/19- 4/12/19:

This week in my class we will review (Unit 4  Geometry ). Monday thru Wednesday we will complete and review the study guide for unit 4. Thursday and Friday we will take a test on Unit 4 which encompasses the following topics:  identifying angle measures, supplementary, complementary angles, vertical and adjacent angles, triangular measurements, constructing triangles and slicing solids/cross sections, finding the circumference and area of a circle,  finding the volume of a cube, rectangular and triangular prism along with the volume of a pyramid, and finding the surface area of rectangular and triangular prisms and pyramids.

We will also continue to review identifying integers on a number line; computing absolute value; describing integer situations; along with adding , subtracting, multiplying and dividing integers; ordering fractions on a number  line; computing fractions (+,-,x,/); naming types of decimals; converting fractions, decimals, percents and comparing and ordering rational numbers, all from the topics we have covered in Unit 1.  In addition we will continue to review  order of operations, exponents,  properties of operations, the distributive property, evaluate/solve algebraic expressions using substitution, combining like terms, adding and subtracting linear expressions and one and two step equations with graphing and one and two step inequalities with graphing with word problems and verbal expressions, all from which we have covered in Unit 2. We will also continue to review what we have learned in Unit 3: identifying, setting up and solving ratios, rates, unit rates,  creating and identify equivalent fractions, solving complex fractions and converting unit rates, setting up and solving proportions that also include word problems, finding the rate of change in tables and graphs, finding the constant of proportionality, proportional relationships involving similar figures and findings dealing with percent: percent of a number, conversions, estimation, percent proportions and equations,   percent of change, percent of sales tax/tip/mark ups/discounts and scale factor. Please review all these topic in preparation for the Milestone Test.

 

Important Information:

Please remember Griffin offers morning tutoring. This a GREAT opportunity for you to catch up on assignmentsread, be remediated, or (if you let me know in advance) extend your learning opportunities. Tutoring is held every morning from 7:45am to 8:50am.

Just as a reminder report cards and progress reports are on line now and can be viewed  in Parent and Student Vue as of January 2019.

Please remember that our last day of school for Spring Break is Friday, March 29, 2019 and students will return to school on Monday, April 8, 2019

The 7th Grade Math Milestone Test will be given on May 2nd and 3rd. Please make sure your child is present at school on these 2 days.

 

 

 

 

 

 

7th Grade Mathematics Teaching & Learning Framework
First Semester Second Semester
Unit 1: Operations with Rational Numbers6 weeks Unit 2: Expressions and Equations6 weeks Unit 3: Ratios & Proportional Relationships6 weeks Unit 4: Geometry5 weeks Unit 5: Inferences4 weeks Unit 6: Probability4 weeks Unit 7: Review and Extend5 weeks

*Note: The course outline above covers the entire school year. It is subject to change as needed.

 

 Please use the following math technology websites/resources to assist you:

Online Textbook

The students will be using a variety of materials for their instruction including a consumable textbook. Our new textbook can be accessed ONLINE by following the instructions below:

  1. Go to http://connected.mcgraw-hill.com/connected/login.do
  2. Your username is: ccsd(lunch#) (example: ccsd1234567)
  3. Your password is: cobbmath1

 

Resourceful Links

https://www.khanacademy.org/math/cc-seventh-grade-math

http://www.virtualnerd.com/

https://griffinmathresources.weebly.com/

https://www.ascendmath.com/

https://www.deltamath.com

CCSD Grading ScaleA = 90 and aboveB = 80 – 89C = 74 – 79D = 70 – 73F = 69 and below

 Evaluation:

Student grades will be determined in the following manner:

70% | Formative (Quizzes, Homework and Classwork)

30% | Summative (Tests, Projects and Essays)

Please support the GMS Foundation and help us better serve your student!

 

REMIND

Please support te GMS Foundation and help us better serve your student!

This year the Foundation hopes to raise enough money to purchase:

– 58 laptops for the ELA classes

– 2 laptop carts for teachers transport and charge the laptops

– 52 iPad tubs for teachers to transport and charge iPads

Donate to the Give 2 Griffin Annual Fund by:

  • Completing the donation form you received in the mail and either mailing it to the school in the self-addressed envelope provided or having your student turn it in to his/her teacher
  • Donating directly online at www.cobbk12.org/griffin/foundation

Nicola Bradburn Fuller

President,

Griffin Middle School Foundation, Inc.

president@griffinmiddlefoundation.org

Lessons Plans and Important Information 3/25/19 thru 3/29/19

Welcome to my Blog. Again, my name is Tiffany Comer-Hull. This is my 17th year teaching at Griffin. This year, I’m teaching two 7th grade math classes,  and two co-taught math classes with my perspective co-teacher, Mr. Lohuis. Also, feel free to refer to his Blog along with the 7th grade math team blog, as they will also contain the information in regards to the classes I teach. Any further information that you can provide that can help aid me in better understanding your child and their needs is greatly appreciated. You can leave me a message at 678-842-6917 to which I will respond to as soon as possible. You can also reach me by email at Tiffany.Comer-Hull@cobbk12.org ,in which you are sure to receive a quicker response. Thank you so much for allowing your child to attend Griffin Middle School and I look forward to working with you and your child this school year.

 

Lessons Plans 3/25/19 thru 3/29/19:

This week in my class we will continue (Unit 4  Geometry ). Monday and Tuesday will focus on finding the volume of a rectangular and triangular prism along with the volume of a pyramid. On Wednesday we will take a quiz on  these topics and along with finding  the  circumference and area of  circles.   Thursday we learn how to find the surface area of rectangular and triangular prisms and pyramids and take a quiz on these topics on Friday.  We will review identifying angle measures, supplementary, complementary angles, vertical and adjacent angles, triangular measurements, constructing triangles and slicing solids/cross sections, finding the circumference and area of a circle, along with finding the volume of a cube.

We will also continue to review identifying integers on a number line; computing absolute value; describing integer situations; along with adding , subtracting, multiplying and dividing integers; ordering fractions on a number  line; computing fractions (+,-,x,/); naming types of decimals; converting fractions, decimals, percents and comparing and ordering rational numbers, all from the topics we have covered in Unit 1.  In addition we will continue to review  order of operations, exponents,  properties of operations, the distributive property, evaluate/solve algebraic expressions using substitution, combining like terms, adding and subtracting linear expressions and one and two step equations with graphing and one and two step inequalities with graphing with word problems and verbal expressions, all from which we have covered in Unit 2. We will also continue to review what we have learned in Unit 3: identifying, setting up and solving ratios, rates, unit rates,  creating and identify equivalent fractions, solving complex fractions and converting unit rates, setting up and solving proportions that also include word problems, finding the rate of change in tables and graphs, finding the constant of proportionality, proportional relationships involving similar figures and findings dealing with percent: percent of a number, conversions, estimation, percent proportions and equations,   percent of change, percent of sales tax/tip/mark ups/discounts and scale factor. Please review all these topic in preparation for the Milestone Test.

 

Important Information:

Please remember Griffin offers morning tutoring. This a GREAT opportunity for you to catch up on assignmentsread, be remediated, or (if you let me know in advance) extend your learning opportunities. Tutoring is held every morning from 7:45am to 8:50am.

Just as a reminder report cards and progress reports are on line now and can be viewed  in Parent and Student Vue as of January 2019.

Please remember that our last day of school for Spring Break is Friday, March 29, 2019 and students will return to school on Monday,

April 8, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

7th Grade Mathematics Teaching & Learning Framework
First Semester Second Semester
Unit 1: Operations with Rational Numbers6 weeks Unit 2: Expressions and Equations6 weeks Unit 3: Ratios & Proportional Relationships6 weeks Unit 4: Geometry5 weeks Unit 5: Inferences4 weeks Unit 6: Probability4 weeks Unit 7: Review and Extend5 weeks

*Note: The course outline above covers the entire school year. It is subject to change as needed.

 

 Please use the following math technology websites/resources to assist you:

Online Textbook

The students will be using a variety of materials for their instruction including a consumable textbook. Our new textbook can be accessed ONLINE by following the instructions below:

  1. Go to http://connected.mcgraw-hill.com/connected/login.do
  2. Your username is: ccsd(lunch#) (example: ccsd1234567)
  3. Your password is: cobbmath1

 

Resourceful Links

https://www.khanacademy.org/math/cc-seventh-grade-math

http://www.virtualnerd.com/

https://griffinmathresources.weebly.com/

https://www.ascendmath.com/

https://www.deltamath.com

CCSD Grading ScaleA = 90 and aboveB = 80 – 89C = 74 – 79D = 70 – 73F = 69 and below

 Evaluation:

Student grades will be determined in the following manner:

70% | Formative (Quizzes, Homework and Classwork)

30% | Summative (Tests, Projects and Essays)

Please support the GMS Foundation and help us better serve your student!

 

REMIND

Please support te GMS Foundation and help us better serve your student!

This year the Foundation hopes to raise enough money to purchase:

– 58 laptops for the ELA classes

– 2 laptop carts for teachers transport and charge the laptops

– 52 iPad tubs for teachers to transport and charge iPads

Donate to the Give 2 Griffin Annual Fund by:

  • Completing the donation form you received in the mail and either mailing it to the school in the self-addressed envelope provided or having your student turn it in to his/her teacher
  • Donating directly online at www.cobbk12.org/griffin/foundation

Nicola Bradburn Fuller

President,

Griffin Middle School Foundation, Inc.

president@griffinmiddlefoundation.org

Lessons Plans and Important Information 3/18/19 thru 3/22/19

Welcome to my Blog. Again, my name is Tiffany Comer-Hull. This is my 17th year teaching at Griffin. This year, I’m teaching two 7th grade math classes,  and two co-taught math classes with my perspective co-teacher, Mr. Lohuis. Also, feel free to refer to his Blog along with the 7th grade math team blog, as they will also contain the information in regards to the classes I teach. Any further information that you can provide that can help aid me in better understanding your child and their needs is greatly appreciated. You can leave me a message at 678-842-6917 to which I will respond to as soon as possible. You can also reach me by email at Tiffany.Comer-Hull@cobbk12.org ,in which you are sure to receive a quicker response. Thank you so much for allowing your child to attend Griffin Middle School and I look forward to working with you and your child this school year.

 

Lessons Plans 3/18/19 thru 3/22/19:

This week in my class we will continue (Unit 4  Geometry ), we will focus on  finding the circumference and area of a circle, along with finding the volume of a cube. We will take a Mini Touchstone on Friday, which focuses on this week’s topics.  We will review identifying angle measures, supplementary, complementary angles, vertical and adjacent angles, triangular measurements and constructing triangles and slicing solids/cross sectionsWe will also continue to review identifying integers on a number line; computing absolute value; describing integer situations; along with adding , subtracting, multiplying and dividing integers; ordering fractions on a number  line; computing fractions (+,-,x,/); naming types of decimals; converting fractions, decimals, percents and comparing and ordering rational numbers, all from the topics we have covered in Unit 1.  In addition we will continue to review  order of operations, exponents,  properties of operations, the distributive property, evaluate/solve algebraic expressions using substitution, combining like terms, adding and subtracting linear expressions and one and two step equations with graphing and one and two step inequalities with graphing with word problems and verbal expressions, all from which we have covered in Unit 2. We will also continue to review what we have learned in Unit 3: identifying, setting up and solving ratios, rates, unit rates,  creating and identify equivalent fractions, solving complex fractions and converting unit rates, setting up and solving proportions that also include word problems, finding the rate of change in tables and graphs, finding the constant of proportionality, proportional relationships involving similar figures and findings dealing with percent: percent of a number, conversions, estimation, percent proportions and equations,   percent of change, percent of sales tax/tip/mark ups/discounts and scale factor. Please review all these topic in preparation for the Milestone Test.

 

Important Information:

Please remember Griffin offers morning tutoring. This a GREAT opportunity for you to catch up on assignmentsread, be remediated, or (if you let me know in advance) extend your learning opportunities. Tutoring is held every morning from 7:45am to 8:50am.

Just as a reminder report cards and progress reports are on line now and can be viewed  in Parent and Student Vue as of January 2019.

 

 

 

 

 

 

7th Grade Mathematics Teaching & Learning Framework
First Semester Second Semester
Unit 1: Operations with Rational Numbers6 weeks Unit 2: Expressions and Equations6 weeks Unit 3: Ratios & Proportional Relationships6 weeks Unit 4: Geometry5 weeks Unit 5: Inferences4 weeks Unit 6: Probability4 weeks Unit 7: Review and Extend5 weeks

*Note: The course outline above covers the entire school year. It is subject to change as needed.

 

 Please use the following math technology websites/resources to assist you:

Online Textbook

The students will be using a variety of materials for their instruction including a consumable textbook. Our new textbook can be accessed ONLINE by following the instructions below:

  1. Go to http://connected.mcgraw-hill.com/connected/login.do
  2. Your username is: ccsd(lunch#) (example: ccsd1234567)
  3. Your password is: cobbmath1

 

Resourceful Links

https://www.khanacademy.org/math/cc-seventh-grade-math

http://www.virtualnerd.com/

https://griffinmathresources.weebly.com/

https://www.ascendmath.com/

https://www.deltamath.com

CCSD Grading ScaleA = 90 and aboveB = 80 – 89C = 74 – 79D = 70 – 73F = 69 and below

 Evaluation:

Student grades will be determined in the following manner:

70% | Formative (Quizzes, Homework and Classwork)

30% | Summative (Tests, Projects and Essays)

Please support the GMS Foundation and help us better serve your student!

 

REMIND

Please support te GMS Foundation and help us better serve your student!

This year the Foundation hopes to raise enough money to purchase:

– 58 laptops for the ELA classes

– 2 laptop carts for teachers transport and charge the laptops

– 52 iPad tubs for teachers to transport and charge iPads

Donate to the Give 2 Griffin Annual Fund by:

  • Completing the donation form you received in the mail and either mailing it to the school in the self-addressed envelope provided or having your student turn it in to his/her teacher
  • Donating directly online at www.cobbk12.org/griffin/foundation

Nicola Bradburn Fuller

President,

Griffin Middle School Foundation, Inc.

president@griffinmiddlefoundation.org

Lessons Plans and Important Information 3/11/19 thru 3/15/19:

Welcome to my Blog. Again, my name is Tiffany Comer-Hull. This is my 17th year teaching at Griffin. This year, I’m teaching two 7th grade math classes,  and two co-taught math classes with my perspective co-teacher, Mr. Lohuis. Also, feel free to refer to his Blog along with the 7th grade math team blog, as they will also contain the information in regards to the classes I teach. Any further information that you can provide that can help aid me in better understanding your child and their needs is greatly appreciated. You can leave me a message at 678-842-6917 to which I will respond to as soon as possible. You can also reach me by email at Tiffany.Comer-Hull@cobbk12.org ,in which you are sure to receive a quicker response. Thank you so much for allowing your child to attend Griffin Middle School and I look forward to working with you and your child this school year.

 

 

Lessons Plans 3/11/19 thru 3/15/19:

This week in my class we will continue (Unit 4  Geometry ), we will focus on constructing triangles and slicing solids/cross sections. We will take the Unit 4 Mini Touchstones G5 and G2 on Tuesday and prepare for and take  Unit 4 (Part 1) Summative on Thursday and Friday.   We will review identifying angle measures, supplementary, complementary angles, vertical and adjacent angles and triangular measurements.  We will also continue to review identifying integers on a number line; computing absolute value; describing integer situations; along with adding , subtracting, multiplying and dividing integers; ordering fractions on a number  line; computing fractions (+,-,x,/); naming types of decimals; converting fractions, decimals, percents and comparing and ordering rational numbers, all from the topics we have covered in Unit 1.  In addition we will continue to review  order of operations, exponents,  properties of operations, the distributive property, evaluate/solve algebraic expressions using substitution, combining like terms, adding and subtracting linear expressions and one and two step equations with graphing and one and two step inequalities with graphing with word problems and verbal expressions, all from which we have covered in Unit 2. We will also continue to review what we have learned in Unit 3: identifying, setting up and solving ratios, rates, unit rates,  creating and identify equivalent fractions, solving complex fractions and converting unit rates, setting up and solving proportions that also include word problems, finding the rate of change in tables and graphs, finding the constant of proportionality, proportional relationships involving similar figures and findings dealing with percent: percent of a number, conversions, estimation, percent proportions and equations,   percent of change, percent of sales tax/tip/mark ups/discounts and scale factor. Please review all these topic in preparation for the Milestone Test.

 

Important Information:

Please remember Griffin offers morning tutoring. This a GREAT opportunity for you to catch up on assignmentsread, be remediated, or (if you let me know in advance) extend your learning opportunities. Tutoring is held every morning from 7:45am to 8:50am.

Just as a reminder report cards and progress reports are on line now and can be viewed  in Parent and Student Vue as of January 2019.

Please remember that Daylight Savings Time begins, Sunday, March 10, 2019!!

 

 

 

 

 

7th Grade Mathematics Teaching & Learning Framework
First Semester Second Semester
Unit 1: Operations with Rational Numbers6 weeks Unit 2: Expressions and Equations6 weeks Unit 3: Ratios & Proportional Relationships6 weeks Unit 4: Geometry5 weeks Unit 5: Inferences4 weeks Unit 6: Probability4 weeks Unit 7: Review and Extend5 weeks

*Note: The course outline above covers the entire school year. It is subject to change as needed.

 

 Please use the following math technology websites/resources to assist you:

Online Textbook

The students will be using a variety of materials for their instruction including a consumable textbook. Our new textbook can be accessed ONLINE by following the instructions below:

  1. Go to http://connected.mcgraw-hill.com/connected/login.do
  2. Your username is: ccsd(lunch#) (example: ccsd1234567)
  3. Your password is: cobbmath1

 

Resourceful Links

https://www.khanacademy.org/math/cc-seventh-grade-math

http://www.virtualnerd.com/

https://griffinmathresources.weebly.com/

https://www.ascendmath.com/

https://www.deltamath.com

CCSD Grading ScaleA = 90 and aboveB = 80 – 89C = 74 – 79D = 70 – 73F = 69 and below

 Evaluation:

Student grades will be determined in the following manner:

70% | Formative (Quizzes, Homework and Classwork)

30% | Summative (Tests, Projects and Essays)

Please support the GMS Foundation and help us better serve your student!

 

REMIND

Please support te GMS Foundation and help us better serve your student!

This year the Foundation hopes to raise enough money to purchase:

– 58 laptops for the ELA classes

– 2 laptop carts for teachers transport and charge the laptops

– 52 iPad tubs for teachers to transport and charge iPads

Donate to the Give 2 Griffin Annual Fund by:

  • Completing the donation form you received in the mail and either mailing it to the school in the self-addressed envelope provided or having your student turn it in to his/her teacher
  • Donating directly online at www.cobbk12.org/griffin/foundation

Nicola Bradburn Fuller

President,

Griffin Middle School Foundation, Inc.

president@griffinmiddlefoundation.org

Lessons Plans and Important Information 3/4/19 thru 3/8/19:

Welcome to my Blog. Again, my name is Tiffany Comer-Hull. This is my 17th year teaching at Griffin. This year, I’m teaching two 7th grade math classes,  and two co-taught math classes with my perspective co-teacher, Mr. Lohuis. Also, feel free to refer to his Blog along with the 7th grade math team blog, as they will also contain the information in regards to the classes I teach. Any further information that you can provide that can help aid me in better understanding your child and their needs is greatly appreciated. You can leave me a message at 678-842-6917 to which I will respond to as soon as possible. You can also reach me by email at Tiffany.Comer-Hull@cobbk12.org ,in which you are sure to receive a quicker response. Thank you so much for allowing your child to attend Griffin Middle School and I look forward to working with you and your child this school year.

 

 

Lessons Plans 3/4/19 thru 3/8/19:

This week in my class we will continue (Unit 4  Geometry ), focusing on supplementary, complementary, vertical and adjacent angles; triangular measurements and constructing triangles.  We will review identifying angle measures. We will also continue to review identifying integers on a number line; computing absolute value; describing integer situations; along with adding , subtracting, multiplying and dividing integers; ordering fractions on a number  line; computing fractions (+,-,x,/); naming types of decimals; converting fractions, decimals, percents and comparing and ordering rational numbers, all from the topics we have covered in Unit 1.  In addition we will continue to review  order of operations, exponents,  properties of operations, the distributive property, evaluate/solve algebraic expressions using substitution, combining like terms, adding and subtracting linear expressions and one and two step equations with graphing and one and two step inequalities with graphing with word problems and verbal expressions, all from which we have covered in Unit 2. We will also continue to review what we have learned in Unit 3: identifying, setting up and solving ratios, rates, unit rates,  creating and identify equivalent fractions, solving complex fractions and converting unit rates, setting up and solving proportions that also include word problems, finding the rate of change in tables and graphs, finding the constant of proportionality, proportional relationships involving similar figures and findings dealing with percent: percent of a number, conversions, estimation, percent proportions and equations,   percent of change, percent of sales tax/tip/mark ups/discounts and scale factor. Please review all these topic in preparation for the Milestone Test.

 

Important Information:

Please remember Griffin offers morning tutoring. This a GREAT opportunity for you to catch up on assignmentsread, be remediated, or (if you let me know in advance) extend your learning opportunities. Tutoring is held every morning from 7:45am to 8:50am.

Just as a reminder report cards and progress reports are on line now and can be viewed  in Parent and Student Vue as of January 2019.

 

 

 

 

 

7th Grade Mathematics Teaching & Learning Framework
First Semester Second Semester
Unit 1: Operations with Rational Numbers6 weeks Unit 2: Expressions and Equations6 weeks Unit 3: Ratios & Proportional Relationships6 weeks Unit 4: Geometry5 weeks Unit 5: Inferences4 weeks Unit 6: Probability4 weeks Unit 7: Review and Extend5 weeks

*Note: The course outline above covers the entire school year. It is subject to change as needed.

 

 Please use the following math technology websites/resources to assist you:

Online Textbook

The students will be using a variety of materials for their instruction including a consumable textbook. Our new textbook can be accessed ONLINE by following the instructions below:

  1. Go to http://connected.mcgraw-hill.com/connected/login.do
  2. Your username is: ccsd(lunch#) (example: ccsd1234567)
  3. Your password is: cobbmath1

 

Resourceful Links

https://www.khanacademy.org/math/cc-seventh-grade-math

http://www.virtualnerd.com/

https://griffinmathresources.weebly.com/

https://www.ascendmath.com/

https://www.deltamath.com

CCSD Grading ScaleA = 90 and aboveB = 80 – 89C = 74 – 79D = 70 – 73F = 69 and below

 Evaluation:

Student grades will be determined in the following manner:

70% | Formative (Quizzes, Homework and Classwork)

30% | Summative (Tests, Projects and Essays)

Please support the GMS Foundation and help us better serve your student!

 

REMIND

Please support te GMS Foundation and help us better serve your student!

This year the Foundation hopes to raise enough money to purchase:

– 58 laptops for the ELA classes

– 2 laptop carts for teachers transport and charge the laptops

– 52 iPad tubs for teachers to transport and charge iPads

Donate to the Give 2 Griffin Annual Fund by:

  • Completing the donation form you received in the mail and either mailing it to the school in the self-addressed envelope provided or having your student turn it in to his/her teacher
  • Donating directly online at www.cobbk12.org/griffin/foundation

Nicola Bradburn Fuller

President,

Griffin Middle School Foundation, Inc.

president@griffinmiddlefoundation.org

Lessons Plans and Important Information 2/25/19 thru 3/1/19:

I hope everyone enjoyed their winter break.

Welcome to my Blog. Again, my name is Tiffany Comer-Hull. This is my 17th year teaching at Griffin. This year, I’m teaching two 7th grade math classes,  and two co-taught math classes with my perspective co-teacher, Mr. Lohuis. Also, feel free to refer to his Blog along with the 7th grade math team blog, as they will also contain the information in regards to the classes I teach. Any further information that you can provide that can help aid me in better understanding your child and their needs is greatly appreciated. You can leave me a message at 678-842-6917 to which I will respond to as soon as possible. You can also reach me by email at Tiffany.Comer-Hull@cobbk12.org ,in which you are sure to receive a quicker response. Thank you so much for allowing your child to attend Griffin Middle School and I look forward to working with you and your child this school year.

 

 

Lessons Plans 2/25/19 thru 3/1/19:

This week in my class we will focus on  the following topics: We will complete  Unit 3 (Ratios and Proportional  Reasoning) Mini Touchstones and then begin Unit 4. Unit 4  focuses on Geometry.  We will begin the unit identifying angle measures and finding the measurements for supplementary and complementary angles. We will also continue to review identifying integers on a number line; computing absolute value; describing integer situations; along with adding , subtracting, multiplying and dividing integers; ordering fractions on a number  line; computing fractions (+,-,x,/); naming types of decimals; converting fractions, decimals, percents and comparing and ordering rational numbers, all from the topics we have covered in Unit 1.  In addition we will continue to review  order of operations, exponents,  properties of operations, the distributive property, evaluate/solve algebraic expressions using substitution, combining like terms, adding and subtracting linear expressions and one and two step equations with graphing and one and two step inequalities with graphing with word problems and verbal expressions, all from which we have covered in Unit 2. We will also continue to review what we have learned in Unit 3: identifying, setting up and solving ratios, rates, unit rates,  creating and identify equivalent fractions, solving complex fractions and converting unit rates, setting up and solving proportions that also include word problems, finding the rate of change in tables and graphs, finding the constant of proportionality, proportional relationships involving similar figures and findings dealing with percent: percent of a number, conversions, estimation, percent proportions and equations,   percent of change, percent of sales tax/tip/mark ups/discounts and scale factor. Please review all these topic in preparation for the Milestone Test.

 

Important Information:

Please remember Griffin offers morning tutoring. This a GREAT opportunity for you to catch up on assignmentsread, be remediated, or (if you let me know in advance) extend your learning opportunities. Tutoring is held every morning from 7:45am to 8:50am.

Just as a reminder report cards and progress reports are on line now and can be viewed  in Parent and Student Vue as of January 2019.

 

 

 

 

 

7th Grade Mathematics Teaching & Learning Framework
First Semester Second Semester
Unit 1: Operations with Rational Numbers6 weeks Unit 2: Expressions and Equations6 weeks Unit 3: Ratios & Proportional Relationships6 weeks Unit 4: Geometry5 weeks Unit 5: Inferences4 weeks Unit 6: Probability4 weeks Unit 7: Review and Extend5 weeks

*Note: The course outline above covers the entire school year. It is subject to change as needed.

 

 Please use the following math technology websites/resources to assist you:

Online Textbook

The students will be using a variety of materials for their instruction including a consumable textbook. Our new textbook can be accessed ONLINE by following the instructions below:

  1. Go to http://connected.mcgraw-hill.com/connected/login.do
  2. Your username is: ccsd(lunch#) (example: ccsd1234567)
  3. Your password is: cobbmath1

 

Resourceful Links

https://www.khanacademy.org/math/cc-seventh-grade-math

http://www.virtualnerd.com/

https://griffinmathresources.weebly.com/

https://www.ascendmath.com/

https://www.deltamath.com

CCSD Grading ScaleA = 90 and aboveB = 80 – 89C = 74 – 79D = 70 – 73F = 69 and below

 Evaluation:

Student grades will be determined in the following manner:

70% | Formative (Quizzes, Homework and Classwork)

30% | Summative (Tests, Projects and Essays)

Please support the GMS Foundation and help us better serve your student!

 

REMIND

Please support te GMS Foundation and help us better serve your student!

This year the Foundation hopes to raise enough money to purchase:

– 58 laptops for the ELA classes

– 2 laptop carts for teachers transport and charge the laptops

– 52 iPad tubs for teachers to transport and charge iPads

Donate to the Give 2 Griffin Annual Fund by:

  • Completing the donation form you received in the mail and either mailing it to the school in the self-addressed envelope provided or having your student turn it in to his/her teacher
  • Donating directly online at www.cobbk12.org/griffin/foundation

Nicola Bradburn Fuller

President,

Griffin Middle School Foundation, Inc.

president@griffinmiddlefoundation.org

Lessons Plans and Important Information 2/11/19 thru 2/14/19:

Welcome to my Blog. Again, my name is Tiffany Comer-Hull. This is my 17th year teaching at Griffin. This year, I’m teaching two 7th grade math classes,  and two co-taught math classes with my perspective co-teacher, Mr. Lohuis. Also, feel free to refer to his Blog along with the 7th grade math team blog, as they will also contain the information in regards to the classes I teach. Any further information that you can provide that can help aid me in better understanding your child and their needs is greatly appreciated. You can leave me a message at 678-842-6917 to which I will respond to as soon as possible. You can also reach me by email at Tiffany.Comer-Hull@cobbk12.org ,in which you are sure to receive a quicker response. Thank you so much for allowing your child to attend Griffin Middle School and I look forward to working with you and your child this school year.

 

 

Lessons Plans 2/11/19 thru 2/14/19:

This week in my class we will focus on  the following topics: We will complete  Unit 3 (Ratios and Proportional  Reasoning). This week in class we will complete Unit 3. We will have a quiz on Monday on percent and scale factor. We will complete and review the Unit 3 study guide on Tuesday and Wednesday and take the Unit 3 tests on percent and scale factor on Thursday and Friday.  We will continue to review, for unit 3, identifying, setting up and solving ratios, rates, unit rates,  creating and identify equivalent fractions, solving complex fractions and converting unit rates, setting up and solving proportions that also include word problems, finding the rate of change in tables and graphs, finding the constant of proportionality, proportional relationships involving similar figures and findings dealing with percent: percent of a number, conversions, estimation, percent proportions and equations,   percent of change, percent of sales tax/tip/mark ups/discounts and scale factor.We will also continue to review identifying integers on a number line; computing absolute value; describing integer situations; along with adding , subtracting, multiplying and dividing integers; ordering fractions on a number  line; computing fractions (+,-,x,/); naming types of decimals; converting fractions, decimals, percents and comparing and ordering rational numbers, all from the topics we have covered in Unit 1. We will also continue to review  order of operations, exponents,  properties of operations, the distributive property, evaluate/solve algebraic expressions using substitution, combining like terms, adding and subtracting linear expressions and one and two step equations with graphing and one and two step inequalities with graphing with word problems and verbal expressions, all from which we have covered in Unit 2.

 

Important Information:

Please remember Griffin offers morning tutoring. This a GREAT opportunity for you to catch up on assignmentsread, be remediated, or (if you let me know in advance) extend your learning opportunities. Tutoring is held every morning from 7:45am to 8:50am.

Just as a reminder report cards and progress reports are on line now and can be viewed  in Parent and Student Vue as of January 2019.

Please remember that winter break begins Monday, February 18, 2019. Students return to school on Monday, February 25, 2019.

 

 

 

 

7th Grade Mathematics Teaching & Learning Framework
First Semester Second Semester
Unit 1: Operations with Rational Numbers6 weeks Unit 2: Expressions and Equations6 weeks Unit 3: Ratios & Proportional Relationships6 weeks Unit 4: Geometry5 weeks Unit 5: Inferences4 weeks Unit 6: Probability4 weeks Unit 7: Review and Extend5 weeks

*Note: The course outline above covers the entire school year. It is subject to change as needed.

 

 Please use the following math technology websites/resources to assist you:

Online Textbook

The students will be using a variety of materials for their instruction including a consumable textbook. Our new textbook can be accessed ONLINE by following the instructions below:

  1. Go to http://connected.mcgraw-hill.com/connected/login.do
  2. Your username is: ccsd(lunch#) (example: ccsd1234567)
  3. Your password is: cobbmath1

 

Resourceful Links

https://www.khanacademy.org/math/cc-seventh-grade-math

http://www.virtualnerd.com/

https://griffinmathresources.weebly.com/

https://www.ascendmath.com/

https://www.deltamath.com

CCSD Grading ScaleA = 90 and aboveB = 80 – 89C = 74 – 79D = 70 – 73F = 69 and below

 Evaluation:

Student grades will be determined in the following manner:

70% | Formative (Quizzes, Homework and Classwork)

30% | Summative (Tests, Projects and Essays)

Please support the GMS Foundation and help us better serve your student!

 

REMIND

Please support te GMS Foundation and help us better serve your student!

This year the Foundation hopes to raise enough money to purchase:

– 58 laptops for the ELA classes

– 2 laptop carts for teachers transport and charge the laptops

– 52 iPad tubs for teachers to transport and charge iPads

Donate to the Give 2 Griffin Annual Fund by:

  • Completing the donation form you received in the mail and either mailing it to the school in the self-addressed envelope provided or having your student turn it in to his/her teacher
  • Donating directly online at www.cobbk12.org/griffin/foundation

Nicola Bradburn Fuller

President,

Griffin Middle School Foundation, Inc.

president@griffinmiddlefoundation.org

Lessons Plans and Important Information 1/28/19-2/1/19

Welcome to my Blog. Again, my name is Tiffany Comer-Hull. This is my 17th year teaching at Griffin. This year, I’m teaching two 7th grade math classes,  and two co-taught math classes with my perspective co-teacher, Mr. Lohuis. Also, feel free to refer to his Blog along with the 7th grade math team blog, as they will also contain the information in regards to the classes I teach. Any further information that you can provide that can help aid me in better understanding your child and their needs is greatly appreciated. You can leave me a message at 678-842-6917 to which I will respond to as soon as possible. You can also reach me by email at Tiffany.Comer-Hull@cobbk12.org ,in which you are sure to receive a quicker response. Thank you so much for allowing your child to attend Griffin Middle School and I look forward to working with you and your child this school year.

 

 

Lessons Plans 1/28/19 thru 2/1/19:

This week in my class we will focus on  the following topics: We will continue  Unit 3 (Ratios and Proportional  Reasoning). This week in class we will work on percent of change, percent of sales tax/tip/mark ups/discounts and scale factor. We will continue to review, for unit 3, identifying, setting up and solving ratios, rates, unit rates,  creating and identify equivalent fractions, solving complex fractions and converting unit rates, setting up and solving proportions that also include word problems, finding the rate of change in tables and graphs, finding the constant of proportionality, proportional relationships involving similar figures and findings dealing with percent: percent of a number, conversions, estimation, percent proportions and equations.  We will also continue to review identifying integers on a number line; computing absolute value; describing integer situations; along with adding , subtracting, multiplying and dividing integers; ordering fractions on a number  line; computing fractions (+,-,x,/); naming types of decimals; converting fractions, decimals, percents and comparing and ordering rational numbers, all from the topics we have covered in Unit 1. We will also continue to review  order of operations, exponents,  properties of operations, the distributive property, evaluate/solve algebraic expressions using substitution, combining like terms, adding and subtracting linear expressions and one and two step equations with graphing and one and two step inequalities with graphing with word problems and verbal expressions, all from which we have covered in Unit 2.

 

Important Information:

Please remember Griffin offers morning tutoring. This a GREAT opportunity for you to catch up on assignmentsread, be remediated, or (if you let me know in advance) extend your learning opportunities. Tutoring is held every morning from 7:45am to 8:50am.

Just as a reminder report cards are on line now and can be viewed  in Parent and Student Vue as of January 2019.

 

 

 

 

7th Grade Mathematics Teaching & Learning Framework
First Semester Second Semester
Unit 1: Operations with Rational Numbers6 weeks Unit 2: Expressions and Equations6 weeks Unit 3: Ratios & Proportional Relationships6 weeks Unit 4: Geometry5 weeks Unit 5: Inferences4 weeks Unit 6: Probability4 weeks Unit 7: Review and Extend5 weeks

*Note: The course outline above covers the entire school year. It is subject to change as needed.

 

 Please use the following math technology websites/resources to assist you:

Online Textbook

The students will be using a variety of materials for their instruction including a consumable textbook. Our new textbook can be accessed ONLINE by following the instructions below:

  1. Go to http://connected.mcgraw-hill.com/connected/login.do
  2. Your username is: ccsd(lunch#) (example: ccsd1234567)
  3. Your password is: cobbmath1

 

Resourceful Links

https://www.khanacademy.org/math/cc-seventh-grade-math

http://www.virtualnerd.com/

https://griffinmathresources.weebly.com/

https://www.ascendmath.com/

https://www.deltamath.com

CCSD Grading ScaleA = 90 and aboveB = 80 – 89C = 74 – 79D = 70 – 73F = 69 and below

 Evaluation:

Student grades will be determined in the following manner:

70% | Formative (Quizzes, Homework and Classwork)

30% | Summative (Tests, Projects and Essays)

Please support the GMS Foundation and help us better serve your student!

 

REMIND

Please support te GMS Foundation and help us better serve your student!

This year the Foundation hopes to raise enough money to purchase:

– 58 laptops for the ELA classes

– 2 laptop carts for teachers transport and charge the laptops

– 52 iPad tubs for teachers to transport and charge iPads

Donate to the Give 2 Griffin Annual Fund by:

  • Completing the donation form you received in the mail and either mailing it to the school in the self-addressed envelope provided or having your student turn it in to his/her teacher
  • Donating directly online at www.cobbk12.org/griffin/foundation

Nicola Bradburn Fuller

President,

Griffin Middle School Foundation, Inc.

president@griffinmiddlefoundation.org

Lessons Plans 1/28/19 thru 2/21/19:

This week in my class we will focus on  the following topics: We will continue  Unit 3 (Ratios and Proportional  Reasoning). This week in class we will work on percent of change, percent with sales tax/tips/mark ups/ discounts and scale factor. We will continue to review, for unit 3, identifying, setting up and solving ratios, rates, unit rates,  creating and identify equivalent fractions, solving complex fractions and converting unit rates, setting up and solving proportions that also include word problems, finding the rate of change in tables and graphs, finding the constant of proportionality, proportional relationships involving similar figures and findings dealing with percent: the percent of a number; estimation; percent proportions and equations .  We will also continue to review identifying integers on a number line; computing absolute value; describing integer situations; along with adding , subtracting, multiplying and dividing integers; ordering fractions on a number  line; computing fractions (+,-,x,/); naming types of decimals; converting fractions, decimals, percent and comparing and ordering rational numbers, all from the topics we have covered in Unit 1. We will also continue to review  order of operations, exponents,  properties of operations, the distributive property, evaluate/solve algebraic expressions using substitution, combining like terms, adding and subtracting linear expressions and one and two step equations with graphing and one and two step inequalities with graphing with word problems and verbal expressions, all from which we have covered in Unit 2.

 

Important Information:

Please remember Griffin offers morning tutoring. This a GREAT opportunity for you to catch up on assignmentsread, be remediated, or (if you let me know in advance) extend your learning opportunities. Tutoring is held every morning from 7:45am to 8:50am.

Just as a reminder report cards are on line now and can be viewed  in Parent and Student Vue as of January 2019.

 

 

 

 

7th Grade Mathematics Teaching & Learning Framework
First Semester Second Semester
Unit 1: Operations with Rational Numbers6 weeks Unit 2: Expressions and Equations6 weeks Unit 3: Ratios & Proportional Relationships6 weeks Unit 4: Geometry5 weeks Unit 5: Inferences4 weeks Unit 6: Probability4 weeks Unit 7: Review and Extend5 weeks

*Note: The course outline above covers the entire school year. It is subject to change as needed.

 

 Please use the following math technology websites/resources to assist you:

Online Textbook

The students will be using a variety of materials for their instruction including a consumable textbook. Our new textbook can be accessed ONLINE by following the instructions below:

  1. Go to http://connected.mcgraw-hill.com/connected/login.do
  2. Your username is: ccsd(lunch#) (example: ccsd1234567)
  3. Your password is: cobbmath1

 

Resourceful Links

https://www.khanacademy.org/math/cc-seventh-grade-math

http://www.virtualnerd.com/

https://griffinmathresources.weebly.com/

https://www.ascendmath.com/

https://www.deltamath.com

CCSD Grading ScaleA = 90 and aboveB = 80 – 89C = 74 – 79D = 70 – 73F = 69 and below

 Evaluation:

Student grades will be determined in the following manner:

70% | Formative (Quizzes, Homework and Classwork)

30% | Summative (Tests, Projects and Essays)

Please support the GMS Foundation and help us better serve your student!

 

REMIND

Please support te GMS Foundation and help us better serve your student!

This year the Foundation hopes to raise enough money to purchase:

– 58 laptops for the ELA classes

– 2 laptop carts for teachers transport and charge the laptops

– 52 iPad tubs for teachers to transport and charge iPads

Donate to the Give 2 Griffin Annual Fund by:

  • Completing the donation form you received in the mail and either mailing it to the school in the self-addressed envelope provided or having your student turn it in to his/her teacher
  • Donating directly online at www.cobbk12.org/griffin/foundation

Nicola Bradburn Fuller

President,

Griffin Middle School Foundation, Inc.

president@griffinmiddlefoundation.org