AIM: How can we use angles to produce creative designs?
HW: Enjoy Spring Break! Do Now: Using your experience from yesterday's lesson, estimate the number of degrees in each angle (picture not shown). Classwork: Creativity was in full force today. Students had an opportunity to showcase their artistic skills by applying what we learned about angles and polygons to produce color pieces of art to hang around the room. Resources: AIM: How do you measure an angle with an angle ruler or protractor?
HW: Unit 7 Shapes and Designs  ACE #1924,31; p.2931 Do Now: Using your experience from yesterday's lesson, estimate the number of degrees in each angle (picture not shown). Classwork: Today's lesson was a clear link to yesterday. Students' objective was to be able to determine precise angle measurements using a protractor. Estimation played a critical role in today's lesson. When looking at a protractor, there are two measurements. Students used their understanding of acute and obtuse anglesand estimation to correctly determine the right measure. Students worked collaboratively to measure angles in contextual applications. Resources: AIM: How can you estimate the measure of angles using benchmark angles?
HW: Unit 7 Shapes and Designs  ACE #1011, 17; p.2729 Do Now: Using your experience from yesterday's lesson, estimate the number of degrees in this angle (picture not shown). Classwork: We practiced sketching angles based on our knowledge of benchmark angles. We also looked at problems such as "find twothirds of a straight angle." Students calculated degree measures and then reinforced the content by again sketching the angle. The class also discussed the method used to name line segments and angles. Segements are named with two letter that are the endpoints. Angles are named by using three letters where the vertex is the middle letter. Resources: AIM: What are some common benchmark angles?
HW: Unit 7 Shapes and Designs  ACE #59; p.2627 Do Now: When you think of BMX biking, skateboarding, snowboarding and skiing, what words do you think of to describe their tricks? Classwork: Today's lesson was introduced with sports rotations. We looked at angles and rotations and determined that they are measured with degrees. Students learned about benchmark angles and how they are useful for estimating angle measurements. We also looked at different angle classificationsacute, right, obtuse, straight, and reflex and estimated angle measurements. Resources: AIM: What properties do all polygons share?
HW: Unit 7 Shapes and Designs  ACE #14; p.2425 Do Now: How would you describe the differences between polygons and nonpolygons? Classwork: Students looked at groups of shapes labeled as "polygons" and "nonpolygons" to come to a formal definition of polygon. A polygon is a closed plane figure made of three or more straight, nonintersecting sides. Students looked at a polygon shapes set to classify them by properties (such as by the number of sides/angles, equilateral, parallel sides, etc.). Resources: AIM: How can we prepare for the NY Grade 7 Common Core Mathematics Assessment?
HW: Review Vocabulary in vocabulary section. You should be able to read, define, and understand each word. Do Now: Write down as many questions as your remember for the exam. How did you feel about today? Classwork: NYS Math Assessment Resources: AIM: How can we prepare for the NY Grade 7 Common Core Mathematics Assessment?
HW: Review Vocabulary in vocabulary section. You should be able to read, define, and understand each word. Do Now: What are the algorithms for adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing positive and negative numbers? Classwork: NYS Math Assessment Preparation  Rational Numbers Jeopardy Resources: AIM: How can we prepare for the NY Grade 7 Common Core Mathematics Assessment?
HW: Review Vocabulary in vocabulary section. You should be able to read, define, and understand each word. Do Now: How did you feel about today's exam? Did the preparation we used help? Any questions you remember and would like to discuss? Classwork: NYS Math Assessment Resources: AIM: How can we prepare for the NY Grade 7 Common Core Mathematics Assessment?
HW: Review Vocabulary in vocabulary section. You should be able to read, define, and understand each word. Do Now: What are the algorithms for adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing positive and negative numbers? Classwork: NYS Math Assessment Preparation  Rational Numbers Jeopardy Resources: AIM: How can we prepare for the NY Grade 7 Common Core Mathematics Assessment? HW: Review Worksheet #1120 Do Now: Which question from last night's HW was most difficult? Why? Classwork: NYS Math Assessment Preparation Resources:

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