How can you predict whether a relationship is linear from a table, graph, or equation?AIM:Announcements:Periods 1, 2 and 3 did not meet today. Coffee TaskHW: Do Now:Determine the unit price for the apples (graph not shown). Students worked on the Coffee Task Classwork:Resources:
How can you predict whether a relationship is linear from a table, graph, or equation?AIM:Announcements:Tomorrow is Career Day. Periods 1 amd 2 will not be meeting. Period 3 will be covered by another teacher while I meet with parents in the library.Unit 4 ACE#20-22, p.22HW: Do Now:Mr. Severiano and Mr. Edmond were racing to grade papers. Who was grading papers faster? (Graph not shown) We extended yesterday's walking rate lesson with today's hamburger eating competition lesson. Once again, students created tables, graphs, and equations to describe the competition between Samuel L. and Patrick Star. Classwork: How can you predict whether a relationship is linear from a table, graph, or equation?AIM:Unit 4 ACE#1-3 (a-e) p.9HW: Do Now:Roberto's equation: d = 1.3t d = distance t = timeCorinne's walking rate: d = 1.25t Who was walking faster? Explain. Today's lesson focused on the walking rate of three students, Alana, Gilberto, and Leanne. We were given their individual walking rates and from those we constructed a table. The information from the table was then used to represent the situation graphically. Classwork: What equations represent the relationship between time and distance for your walking rate?AIM:Announcements:If you were absent for a midterm, please see me during lunch for instructions on how to make it up."Comparing and Scaling" textbooks are also due back, in exhange for the new "Moving Straight Ahead" book. Unit 4 Problem 1.1 A&B, p.9HW: Do Now: Students were presented with two graphs and were asked to list as many differences between the two as they could. Some of the responses: a) one starts at the origin, the other starts above the origin b) one is a straight line, the other is not straight c) one is a proportional relationship, the other is not.Classwork:We discussed that today's lesson will center on lines and the relationship between two variables. We talked about the general form of a line (y=mx+b), where m represents the slope of the line and where b represents the y-intercept. To illustrate this concept, we determined each student's walking rate. In the hallway, 10 meters were marked off and students used stopwatches to find the time it took to walk the distance. That information was used to answer homework questions.Resources: How can we assess our understanding of the first semester?AIM:Announcements:Middle School Midterm Week - Schedule BelowFriday: Math, SS, Arts, Health) Enjoy the snow!HW: Please remove everything from your desk except for a pencil and a calculator.Do Now: Midterm, Part II Short AnswerClasswork:Resources: How can we assess our understanding of the first semester?AIM:Announcements:Middle School Midterm Week - Schedule BelowThursday: Math, SS, Arts, Health) Friday: Math, SS, Arts, Health) Study for midterm using notes, worksheets, vocabulary, practice examHW: Please remove everything from your desk except for a pencil and a calculator.Do Now: Midterm, Part I Multiple ChoiceClasswork:Resources: How can we practice for out midterm? AIM:Announcements:Middle School Midterm Week - Schedule BelowWednesday: ELA, Science, Foreign Language Thursday: Math, SS, Arts, Health) Friday: Math, SS, Arts, Health) Study for midterm using notes, worksheets, vocabulary, practice examHW: A juice mixture calls for 2 cups of concentrate for every 3 cups of water. If 10 cups of juice are made, how many cups of water were used?Do Now: Students had an opportunity to work on their practice exam and ask for help from each other and from the teacher.Classwork:Resources: How can we use past assessments to prepare for future exams such as midterms? AIM:Announcements:Middle School Midterm Week - Schedule BelowTuesday: ELA, Science, Foreign Language Wednesday: ELA, Science, Foreign Language Thursday: Math, SS, Arts, Health) Friday: Math, SS, Arts, Health) Midterm Practice Test Multiple Choice #1-16 HW: Is the relationship proportional? Explain. (Picture of linear graph going through the origin not pictured here).Do Now: The class received graded work, recorded results into their portfolio tracking sheet, and then reviewed work to learn from mistakes. The remaining portion of the period was dedicated to practice questions.Classwork:Resources: How can we practice for our midterm?AIM:Announcements:Next WeekMonday: MLK - No School Tuesday: Middle School Midterms (ELA, Science, Foreign Language) Wednesday: Middle School Midterms (ELA, Science, Foreign Language) Thursday: Middle School Midterms (Math, SS, Arts, Health) Friday: Middle School Midterms (Math, SS, Arts, Health) Review all materials from the beginning of the year. Visit the website for additional materials/videos to supplement to efforts.HW: Yesterday, the temperature at noon was 11.4 degrees F. By midnight, the temperature had decreased by 15.7 degrees. What was the temperature at midnight? Do Now:Ans. 11.4 - 15.7 = 11.4 + (15.7) = -4.3 degrees F Students review homework answers from previous night to assess understanding. We then engaged in "Round Robin" activity where students worked in groups of 4. Each student received a question and worked to solve for 4-5 minutes. At the end of the period, students rotated questions until everyone worked on each problem. We finished by having students discuss their responses and debate out discrepancies. Agreed upon group answers were recorded on an answer sheet and submitted. As a motivator, any group to get all questions correct will receive 5 points on their Unit 3 exam grade. Classwork:Resources: |
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