2nd Hour – Mrs. Johnson – Week of March 4

The week’s objectives – Students will be able to determine the probability of mutually exclusive and overlapping events.  Students will be able to determine if two events are independent from a frequency table.  Students will be able to determine the conditional probability of an event.

The week’s daily agenda

Agenda:  Students will engage in independent and collaborative learning.  The students are starting the unit with all the materials that they need.  Mrs. Johnson and I are available to answer questions, but Mrs. Johnson will not be lecturing.  There will be additional practice work provided and the students have deadlines to know the material in the form of assessments.

2nd Hour – Mrs. Johnson – Week of February 25

The week’s objectives – Students will be able to determine the probability of mutually exclusive and overlapping events.  Students will be able to determine if two events are independent from a frequency table.  Students will be able to determine the conditional probability of an event.

The week’s daily agenda

Agenda:  Students will engage in independent and collaborative learning.  The students are starting the unit with all the materials that they need.  Mrs. Johnson and I are available to answer questions, but Mrs. Johnson will not be lecturing.  There will be additional practice work provided and the students have deadlines to know the material in the form of assessments.

 

2nd Hour – Mrs. Johnson – Week of February 11

Monday, February 11 – Students will be able to identify areas of strength and weakness for the current unit.

Agenda:

Students will complete review 1

Students will work to complete review 2

Tuesday, February 12 – Students will be able to identify areas of strength and weakness in the current unit.

Agenda:  Mrs. Johnson will work all problems from the three reviews attempted by students.

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Wednesday, February 13 – Students will be able to demonstrate a minimum of 75% mastery on current concepts.

Agenda:

Unit test today

Thursday, February, 14 – Students will be able to pinpoint areas to be improved before tomorrow’s retest.

Agenda:

Students will get their test back.

Students will complete an in depth analysis of their test.  They will write an explanation for each question missed and detail how to correctly work the problem.  Students will be advised to use the previous reviews and their test as a guide to study for the re-test

Friday, February 15 – Students will be able to demonstrate a minimum of a 10 point improvement over the original test.

Agenda:

Re-test

notebook check

Start USA Test Prep

2nd Hour – Mrs. Johnson – Week of February 4

Monday, February 4 – Students will be able to write the equation of a circle given the center and the radius (graphically or listed).

Agenda:

Notes on Equations of circles

practice graphing circles

Practice writing the equations of circles

Tuesday, February 5 – Students will be able to convert between the forms of the equations of circles.

Agenda:

Notes on conversion

Guided practice on converting

Practice converting

Wednesday, February 6 – Students will be able to determine if points are on, inside, or outside of a given circle algebraically.

Agenda:

Activity for students to discover if points lie on, inside, or outside circles.

Thursday, February 7 – Students will be able to determine where a line intersects with a circle graphically.

Agenda:

Review of what a system if equations is.

Practice graphing lines and circles on the same plane.

Discover how to determine points of intersection graphically.

Friday, February 8 – Students will be able to demonstrate a minimum of 75% mastery of the unit’s concepts.

Agenda:

Quiz

Start Review 1

 

2nd Hour – Mrs. Johnson – Week of January 28

Monday, January 28 – Students will be able to recall the specific properties of different triangles and quadrilaterals.

Agenda:

Turn in Take home quiz (if applicable)

Notes on different properties of each shape

Make flash cards for each shape

Practice listing properties for quadrilaterals and triangles.

Students can use the following video as review of the properties of geometric shapes:  Properties of shapes

Tuesday, January 29 – Students will be able to determine if a set of points on a plane create or a part of a special shape

Agenda:

Notes on using formulas to identify shapes on a coordinate grid.

Practice identifying shapes given the coordinates of the vertices.

As students complete work, extra practice will be assigned to address weaknesses.

Students can use the following video to supplement the lesson:  Shapes on the coordinate grid

Wednesday, January 30 – Students will be able to prove or disprove that shapes on a coordinate plane are special quadrilaterals.

Agenda:

Complete Detective activity

Thursday, January 31 – Students will be able to determine the perimeter and area of shapes on a coordinate grid.

Agenda:

Teacher demonstration of examples of finding the perimeter and area of a shape given the coordinates of the vertices.

Practice

Friday, February 1 – Students will be able to demonstrate a minimum of 75% mastery of the content.

Agenda:  Quiz

 

 

2nd Hour – Mrs. Johnson – Week of January 21

Monday, January 21 – No School

Tuesday, January 22 – Students will be able to determine if lines are parallel, perpendicular, or neither.  Students will be able to write equations of lines that are parallel and perpendicular.

Agenda:

Students are NOT expected to complete all of today’s practice work.

Students will choose practice work on One Note and will complete 3 of the 10 packets attached below.  Answer keys will be provided so that students can check their work as they go.

Wednesday, January 23 – Students will be able to use the distance formula to determine the distance between two points.  Students will be able to see the connection between distance formula and Pythagorean theorem.

Agenda:

Quick Quiz on equations of lines, parallel, and perpendicular

Notes and practice using the Pythagorean theorem and distance formula

Classwork: Pythagorean Theorem and Distance Formula worksheet

Thursday, January 24 – Students will be able to use midpoint and partitioning formulas to find points on a line segment.

Agenda:

Review and incorporate distance formula to find the perimeter and area of various shapes on a coordinate plane activity.

Notes on Midpoint and partitioning

Practice midpoint and partitioning

Friday, January 25 – Students will be able to partition line segments and remember the characteristics of special quadrilaterals.

Agenda:

Midpoint Activity

Midpoint, Partitioning, and distance formula mixed practice

Start take home quiz

2nd Hour – Mrs. Johnson – Week of January 14

Monday, January 14 – Students will be able to determine the volume of an object based on the scale factor and volume of a similar object

Agenda:

Scale Factor discovery activity

Scale factor practice

Tuesday, January 15 Students will be able to complete mixed Revies

Wednesday, January 16 – Students will be able to demonstrate their ability to find and use volume of 3D objects.

Agenda:

Volume Quiz

Review of slope formula

Thursday, January 17 – Students will be able to determine equations of lines and if two lines are parallel/perpendicular/neither based on comparing slopes

Agenda:

Review equations of lines (fill in the blank notes)

Practice equations of lines

Review parallel vs. perpendicular lines

Practice identifying if lines are parallel or perpendicular

This will be a two day lesson.

Friday, January 18 – Students will be able to determine equations of lines and if two lines are parallel/perpendicular/neither based on comparing slopes.

Agenda:

Review equations of lines (fill in the blank notes)

Practice equations of lines

Review parallel vs. perpendicular lines

Practice identifying if lines are parallel or perpendicular

This will be a two day lesson.

 

2nd Hour – Mrs. Johnson – Week of January 7

Monday, January 7 – Students will be able to determine the cross sections of three dimensional shapes.  Students will be able to determine the 3D shapes created when a 2D shape is rotated.

Agenda:

Students will use play dough to create 3D shapes and will then cut them to see cross sections.

Students will tape two dimensional shapes to straws and will spin them to see what shape would be made from rotating the shape around a line.

Tuesday, January 8 – Students will be able to determine the volume of prisms and cylinders give the dimensions of the object.

Agenda:

Notes about volume of prisms and cylinders

Practice finding the volume of prisms and cylinders (one of the 4 attached versions)

hypothesize about how the volume would be effected if the three dimensional object were leaning

Wednesday, January 9 – Students will be able to find the volume of pyramids and cones given their dimensions.

Agenda:

Notes on finding the volume of Cones and pyramids

Practice finding the volume of cones and pyramids

Hypothesize about the effect on the volume if the pyramid or cone’s point is off center.

Thursday, January 10 – Students will be able to find the volume of a sphere given the radius or the diameter.  Students will be able to find the volume of 3D figures that are composed of multiple shapes.

Agenda:

PowerPoint notes on volume of spheres

Practice volume of spheres

Discuss previous days’ hypotheses

Friday, January 11 – Students will be able to determine that the orientation of a 3D object does not affect the volume of the object

Agenda:

Class discussion about Cavalieri’s Principle

Discuss density problems.

Mixed practice

3rd Hour – Coach Storey – Week of December 10

U.S. History Cumulative Test:  December 20th and 21st (1st and 2nd pds. are the 20th and 3rd pd. is the 21st)

You have already taken your “Final” it was the EOC (20%).  You will be taking a unit test that is cumulative on “exam day”.  The test is 74 questions.

U.S. History Cumulative Test info

  • there is / will be a quizlet on Mrs. Dickmann’s blog (look under support services)
  • study items sheet (given out on December 7th
  • I’m available for answering questions just about any time.

Plan

Our plan for the time remaining is to watch U.S. History oriented movies.  There will be an activity (for a grade) that will be included.

Test preparation is up to you.  Of course I will answer questions etc.

Will post EOC scores as soon as I get them!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

2nd Hour – Mrs. Johnson – Week of December 10

Monday, December 10 – Students will be able to demonstrate a minimum of 80% mastery on concepts related to segment length in circles.  Students will be able to change radians to degrees and degrees to radian measure.

Agenda:

Students will get practice work back and will ask questions as needed.

Mini quiz on segment length in circles with cumulative questions thrown in

Work sheet on converting between degrees and radians with instructions

Students can pre-view the conversion by watching the video link below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7zaaSHRsc3U

Tuesday, December 11 – Students will be able to demonstrate a minimum of 80% mastery of all circles concepts.

Agenda:

Q&A on any/all topics related to circles

Quiz on circles

Worksheet to remember circumference and area of a circle (concepts that the students have practice since the 6th grade).

Wednesday, December 12 – Students will be able to determine the length of an arc using either degrees or radians.

Agenda:

Check area and circumference homework

Arc length notes and task

Practice

Start homework

Thursday, December 13 – Students will be able to enjoy the holiday season!

Agenda:

1 set up food table and fill up plates

2 wrap containers to give gifts in

3  make sure stockings are filled

4 get into the holiday spirit

Friday, December 14 – Students will be able to determine the area of a sector given the measure of the central angle and the radius.

Agenda:

Check homework

Lesson on Area of a sector

Practice area of a sector

Example of creative area problems

Practice finding the area of shaded regions