Thursday, November 16

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS!!!!! Please help me with some of my homework!  Go to the following link and complete the brief anonymous survey.  When they ask for an account sign in through your Office 365 account. It should not take more than 5 minutes.  Thank you in advance.  If you did it yesterday, no need to do it again.

math survey

MATH 6:  HW:  p. 391, and complete the survey

MATH 7:  Great job with the cake bake contest!  It was so neat to see all the different shapes, sizes, and decorations. I loved  seeing the expression of your creativity. Some were pretty tasty; some not so much!  There is a reason why accuracy and following directions are important!  HW:  complete the survey and ODD #’s on the word problem proportion worksheet

 

Wednesday, November 15

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS!!!!! Please help me with some of my homework!  Go to the following link and complete the brief anonymous survey.  It should not take more than 5 minutes.  Thank you in advance.

math survey

MATH 6:  HW:   Read through pages 388-389, and complete “Got it?” problems.

MATH 7:  HW:  Cake contest project due tomorrow.  Be sure you have written down your calculations and explained how you altered the cooking time and pan size. Be sure you have included all labels (measures). For example: 1/8 cup is not the same as 1/8 teaspoon.

Friday, November 10

MATH 6:  No homework over the weekend.  If you were absent today, you might want to record the following notes in your MSG.

writing algebraic expressions

MATH 7:  Be sure to get your parent letter for unit 3 signed.  It is worth 5 bonus points on the test.  Finish your POW to turn in Monday.  If you don’t turn it in on Monday it will be considered late.  If you missed class today, here are the notes.

complex fractions

Thursday, November 9

MATH 6:  Finish classwork, which was to read through how to write an algebraic expression, pp. 375-378.  Be sure to do the “Got it?” problems on these pages.

MATH 7:  HW:  Get Unit 3 Parent letter signed.  Complete Unit Rate puzzle handout.  Be sure to show the unit rate for each item.  You may use a calculator.  Watch the videos posted on Wednesday’s post.  Work on test corrections.  The re-test will be next Tuesday.

ratio, rate, unit rate notes

Wednesday, November 8

MATH 6:  HW:  P. 367, #1-9  Study for quiz over exponents and order of operations. You may want to watch the mathantics videos again. http://www.mathantics.com/section/lesson-video/intro-to-exponents

http://www.mathantics.com/section/lesson-video/order-of-operations

MATH 7:  HW:  p. 353, #1-8.  Use your unit rate doodle notes to help or look in the textbook for examples on pages 350-351. You might like to watch these videos again. Work on test corrections for retest next  Tuesday.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kVxRByQOwf4