2nd Hour – Mrs. Johnson – Week of April 30

Monday, April 30 – Students will be able to show substantial growth in their performance on the diagnostic test.

Agenda:  Retake the Geometry diagnostic test.

Tuesday, May 1 – Students will be able to show substantial growth in their performance on the diagnostic test.

Agenda:  Retake the Geometry diagnostic test.

Wednesday, May 2 – Students will be able to clear up any misconceptions that they still have based on the results from the diagnostic test.

Agenda:  Student driven whole group instruction for review.

Thursday, May 3 – EOC

Friday, May 4 – EOC

 

2nd Hour – Mrs. Johnson – Week of April 23

Monday – Friday

Students will be able to recall and master previously assessed concepts.

Agenda:

Students created individualized plans that they are following to master areas that they have demonstrated past weaknesses.

There are packets created for each unit and students must complete at least, but are not limited to, 4 packets by April 27th.

Upon completing a unit’s work, students are eligible to re-take a test on the unit.  The new test grade will replace the current grade for that test.

Students will be required to work everyday of class.  Whole group instruction will be provided every Wednesday and Friday on unit reviews.

It is expected that students remain on task and are working toward the opportunity to increase their geometry grade after mastering the material.  Teachers will work with students individually and in small groups as needed to provide instruction.

2nd Hour – Mrs. Johnson – Week of April 16

Monday – Friday

Students will be able to recall and master previously assessed concepts.

Agenda:

Students created individualized plans that they are following to master areas that they have demonstrated past weaknesses.

There are packets created for each unit and students must complete at least, but are not limited to, 4 packets by April 27th.

Upon completing a unit’s work, students are eligible to re-take a test on the unit.  The new test grade will replace the current grade for that test.

Students will be required to work everyday of class.  Whole group instruction will be provided every Wednesday and Friday on unit reviews.

It is expected that students remain on task and are working toward the opportunity to increase their geometry grade after mastering the material.  Teachers will work with students individually and in small groups as needed to provide instruction.

2nd Hour – Mrs. Johnson – Week of April 9

Monday – Friday

Students will be able to recall and master previously assessed concepts.

Agenda:

Students created individualized plans that they are following to master areas that they have demonstrated past weaknesses.

There are packets created for each unit and students must complete at least, but are not limited to, 4 packets by April 27th.

Upon completing a unit’s work, students are eligible to re-take a test on the unit.  The new test grade will replace the current grade for that test.

Students will be required to work everyday of class.  Whole group instruction will be provided every Wednesday and Friday on unit reviews.

It is expected that students remain on task and are working toward the opportunity to increase their geometry grade after mastering the material.  Teachers will work with students individually and in small groups as needed to provide instruction.

2nd Hour – Mrs. Johnson – Week of March 26

Monday, March 26 – Friday, March 30

Students will be able to recall and master previously assessed concepts.

Agenda:

Students created individualized plans that they are following to master areas that they have demonstrated past weaknesses.

There are packets created for each unit and students must complete at least, but are not limited to, 4 packets by April 27th.

Upon completing a unit’s work, students are eligible to re-take a test on the unit.  The new test grade will replace the current grade for that test.

Students will be required to work everyday of class.  Whole group instruction will be provided every Wednesday and Friday on unit reviews.

It is expected that students remain on task and are working toward the opportunity to increase their geometry grade after mastering the material.  Teachers will work with students individually and in small groups as needed to provide instruction.

2nd Hour – Mrs. Johnson – Week of March 19

Monday – Friday

Students will be able to recall and master previously assessed concepts.

Agenda:

Students created individualized plans that they are following to master areas that they have demonstrated past weaknesses.

There are packets created for each unit and students must complete at least, but are not limited to, 4 packets by April 27th.

Upon completing a unit’s work, students are eligible to re-take a test on the unit.  The new test grade will replace the current grade for that test.

Students will be required to work everyday of class.  Whole group instruction will be provided every Wednesday and Friday on unit reviews.

It is expected that students remain on task and are working toward the opportunity to increase their geometry grade after mastering the material.  Teachers will work with students individually and in small groups as needed to provide instruction.

2nd Hour – Mrs. Johnson – Week of March 12

Monday, March 12 – 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.

Agenda:  Students will engage in independent and collaborative learning.  The students are starting the unit with all the materials that they need.  I am available to answer questions, but 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.

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Tuesday, March 13  – 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.

Agenda:  Students will engage in independent and collaborative learning.  The students are starting the unit with all the materials that they need.  I am available to answer questions, but 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.

See yesterday’s post for handouts and other info.

Wednesday, March 14 – Students will be able to demonstrate their skills gained from the geometry course.

Agenda:  Start the diagnostic test for the geometry course.  EARLY RELEASE

Thursday, March 15 – Students will be able to demonstrate their skills gained from the geometry course.

Agenda:  Students will continue and finish the diagnostic test.

Friday, March 16 – Students will be able to demonstrate their skills gained from the geometry course.

Agenda:  Students will receive a report from the results of the diagnostic test.  The report will show their strengths and weaknesses by standard.  Students will compare the report to their past test results to find correlations and start plan for study.

 

 

2nd Hour – Mrs. Johnson – Week of March 5

March 5 – March 9

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.

Agenda:  Students will engage in independent and collaborative learning.  The students are starting the unit with all the materials that they need.  I am available to answer questions, but 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.

Students will receive individual or small group instruction as needed based on teacher observation.

Students will work at their own pace through the unit with guidance from the teacher(s).

HANDOUTS – SEE LAST WEEK’S POST

 

2nd Hour – Mrs. Johnson – Week of Feb. 26

Monday, Feb. 26 – Friday, March 2 – 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.

Agenda:

Students will engage in independent and collaborative learning.  The students are starting the unit with all the materials that they need.  I am available to answer questions, but 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.

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