AIM: How can we practice for our final?
Announcements: Middle School Math Finals will take place Tuesday May 29 and Friday June 1, 2018. HW: Finish Practice Sheet (found below) Do Now: Mr. Severiano is having a BBQ for Memorial Day weekend. He buys burgers in packages of 10 for $12 a package. He also buy drinks that cost a total of $25. How much does he need to spend if he is having 42 people, and each person gets a burger? Classwork: Finals Jeopardy Resources AIM: How can we practice for our final?
Announcements: Middle School Math Finals will take place Tuesday May 29 and Friday June 1, 2018. HW: Finish Practice Sheet (found below) Do Now: Mr. Severiano is having a BBQ for Memorial Day weekend. He buys burgers in packages of 10 for $12 a package. He also buy drinks that cost a total of $25. How much does he need to spend if he is having 42 people, and each person gets a burger? Classwork: Finals Jeopardy Resources AIM: How can we apply previous concepts to complete performance tasks? Announcements: Middle School Math Finals will take place Tuesday May 29 and Friday June 1, 2018. HW: Finish Review Sheet #115 (found below) Do Now: Determine the slope of the line that has coordinates (0,2) and (2,5). Classwork: Students worked on tasks involving rate, linear relationships, and equations. Equipped with rubrics, they then assessed peer work and provided feedback in form or point values and comments (where necessary). Resource
AIM: How can we apply previous concepts to complete performance tasks? Announcements: Middle School Math Finals will take place Friday, May 25, and Tuesday May 29, 2018 HW: Review Sheet #115 (found below) Do Now: Solve the equation for the value of the variable that will make a true statement. 4(x7) = 2x + 5 Classwork: Students worked on tasks involving probability and proportional reasoning Equipped with rubrics, they then assessed peer work and provided feedback in form or point values and comments (where necessary). Resource
AIM: How can we apply previous concepts to complete performance tasks? Announcements: Middle School Math Finals will take place Friday, May 25, and Tuesday May 29, 2018 HW: Temperature Task (found below) Do Now: Lin owns a souvenir shop. She buys items and marks them up 120% and resells them for a profit. If Lin buys an item for $40, how much will she sell it for? Show or explain your reasoning. Classwork: Students worked on tasks involving percent and circle measurements. Equipped with rubrics, they then assessed peer work and provided feedback in form or point values and comments (where necessary). Resources
AIM: How many unique polygons can you build with 3 and 4 side lengths? Announcements: HW: 76 wksht (online) Do Now: Decide whether each equation is true or false. Be prepared to explain your reasoning. 4⋅(6)=(6)+(6)+(6)+(6) 8⋅4=(8⋅3)+4 6⋅(7)=7⋅(7)+7 10−6=10−(6) Classwork: Lesson synthesis:
AIM: How can we find the measure of unknown angles using multiple steps? Announcements: HW: 75 wksht (online) Do Now: Tyler thinks that this figure has enough information to figure out the values of a and b. Do you agree? Explain your reasoning? Classwork: Lesson synthesis:
AIM: How can we find the measure of unknown angles using multiple steps? Announcements: HW: 74 wksht (online) Do Now: Here are some line segments. Decide if each of these equations is true or false. Be prepared to explain your reasoning. CD+BC=BD AB+BD=CD+AD AC−AB=AB BD−CD=AC−AB Classwork: Lesson snythesis:
From yesterday... Yesterday we learned that complementary angles are two angles that add to make 90 degrees. We also learned that supplementary angles are two angles that add to make 180 degrees. Today, we worked on some activities to illustrate the idea of vertical angles. Vertical angles are formed when two lines intersect. They are opposite each other and are congruent (of equal measure). Resources:
AIM: How can we find measures of unknown angles that are not complementary or supplementary? Announcements: HW: 73 wksht (online) Do Now: Given a and b are numbers, and a+b=180, which statements also must be true? a=180−b a−180=b 360=2a+2b a=90 and b=90 Classwork: Yesterday we learned that complementary angles are two angles that add to make 90 degrees. We also learned that supplementary angles are two angles that add to make 180 degrees. Today, we worked on some activities to illustrate the idea of vertical angles. Vertical angles are formed when two lines intersect. They are opposite each other and are congruent (of equal measure). Resources:
AIM: How can we find measures of unknown angles using supplementary and complementary relationships? Announcements: HW: 72 wksht (online) Do Now: Estimate the measure of each angle. Classwork: Students engaged in paper cutting activities to see supplementary and complementary relationships come to life. We learned that when you cut a right angle into two separate angles, both angles add to make 90 degrees. This is a complementary angle relationship. Therefore, if you know one angle, subtract it from 90 degrees to get the other angle. We also learned that two angles that are joined to make a straight line are supplementary. Therefore, if you know one angle, you can subtract it from 180 to get the other table. Resources:

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