January 17-18, 2018

SNOW DAYS- no school!  

While you’re enjoying your time off, why not get ahead and finish your Weekly Skills #20.  It will be due Friday when we return to school.

There will be a quiz over graphing equations next week- probably Thursday Jan 25th

January 16, 2018

This week’s Friday fun: FROYO for sale $3 before school and $1 donation for Relay for Life Crazy Hair

Warm-Up: MobyMax fluency Drill and progress check on Weekly Skills 20 (due Friday)

Lesson: Students will learn to compare slope in different formats (table, equation, graphs, words) as well as how to graph equations in slope intercept form

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Check out this slope video: https://safeshare.tv/x/zJklqxCDpB

Homework: Finish the Pizzaz riddle worksheet

January 12, 2018

No School Monday- enjoy your day off, but if you want to get ahead for the week, work on Weekly Skills 20!  

Warm- up: Fluency Drill on Mobymax and turn in weekly skills 19

Lesson: Students completed the MobyMax lessons on linear equations focusing on positive and negative slope with rise/run and the slope formula.

Check out this slope video: https://safeshare.tv/x/zJklqxCDpB

Homework: Start Weekly Skills 20

January 11, 2018

Don’t for get FROYO Friday tomorrow- $3 (before school)

Today is the last day of the block schedule.  Tomorrow will be regular schedule.

Warm up: Fluency drill on MobyMax.com

Lesson: Students checked homework, completed review problems for slope and then took the slope quiz

Homework: Finish Weekly Skills 19- due tomorrow! 

 

January 10, 2018

Our class did not meet today due to the block schedule for testing.  We will meet tomorrow to check over the homework, review and take the quiz.

For the Quiz you should know:

  1. the 4 types of slope (positive, negative, undefined, zero)
  2. how to determine the slope of a line from a graph (use rise over run)
  3. how to find the slope from 2 ordered pairs (use the slope formula)

Remember Weekly Skills 19 is due Friday!

 

January 9, 2018

Hope everyone enjoyed their day off Monday and watched the UGA/Alabama Championship game.

This week students will take the practice ELA Milestones test.  Schedules will be slightly adjusted.

PSAT Test reports will be sent home today. Students should show these to their parents.

Warm up: Fluency Drill on MobyMax.com

Lesson: We reviewed the types of slope and checked the homework- calculating slope from a graph using rise over run. Next we learned how to calculate slope from 2 ordered pairs using the slope formula.

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Homework: Students should complete 4 problems (choosing from 7-15) on the Pizzaz Riddle worksheet showing work using the slope formula to calculate the slope of each line.

Slope Quiz Wednesday or Thursday depending on the testing schedule!

January 5, 2018

To celebrate UGA’s game for the NCAA finals, everyone is encouraged to wear Red and Black on Monday- Jan 8th.

Next week students will take the practice ELA Milestones test Mon- Wed.  Schedules will be slightly adjusted.

Today is report card day- Parents and Students check Synergy for your most updated grades for Quarter 2.

Warm up: Fluency Drill on MobyMax.com

Lesson: We reviewed the types of slope and learned to find the slope on a graph using rise over run.

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Homework: Finish finding the slope measurements for (1-8) on the front of the Kuta Graphing Worksheet.

Quiz on Slope next Wednesday!

January 4, 2018

Welcome to the New Year!  Hope everyone had a great break.

Warm up: fluency drill on MobyMax.com

Lesson: Students took notes on the 4 types of slope as well as a graphic organizer of horizontal (HOY) and vertical (VUX) lines

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Homework: Complete the Identifying Types of Slope Worksheet.  (No weekly skills this week)

December 20, 2017

Today is early release at 1:30 pm and the Holiday Party. 

Today students are working on a holiday graphing activity to prepare for the next unit, completing missing work, and doing test corrections if needed.

Click here if you need to do test corrections: Test Corrections for Unit 4

Merry Christmas!  See you next year- on ThursdayJanuary 4th, 2018!