: How can we a begin reviewing for the 7th grade math final?AIM Begin preparing for the math finals, review notes, review materials from class, and videos and websites (June 6 & 7)HW: Define the following words/terms:Do Now:Random sample, Area, Proportion, Tax, Inverse Classwork:The end of the year schedule was announced in class today. Monday will be no school for Memorial Day. Tuesday through Thursday will be final review. Monday and Tuesday (June 6&7) will be the 7th grade math finals. The following three days will have us using the laptop cart to research careers and begin budget research needed to inpdendent living. The week of June 13-June 17, we will continue working on our project which will wrap up the bulk of the curriculum work for the year. Odds and ends will be covered the final week of school. Resources:
: How can we a begin reviewing for the 7th grade math final?AIM Begin preparing for the math finals, review notes, review materials from class, and videos and websites (June 6 & 7)HW: Please have your homework out to be checked. Once it is checked, please clear your desk of everything except for a pencil, calculator, and a piece of scrap paper.Do Now:Classwork:We played review Jeopardy today. The class was divided into 3 teams and competed against each other using slightly modified Jeopardy rules. The categories included Geometry, Statistics, Equations, Percents. Resources:: How can we assess our understanding of geometry?AIM Begin preparing for the math finals (June 6 & 7)HW: Please have your homework out to be checked. Once it is checked, please clear your desk of everything except for a pencil, calculator, and your student-created reference sheet.Do Now:Classwork:Geometry Quiz Resources:: How can we use our geometric knowledge to answer problems?AIM Geometry Problem Set #15-35HW: Determine which figure has a greater volume. How much more volume does it have as compared to the other one?Do Now:Classwork:Students worked on geometry problems in small groups. They were also allowed to revise and update their student-created reference sheets, as needed. There will be a geometry quiz on Wednesday. Students are allowed to bring and use their reference sheets.Announcements: Resources:: How can we use our geometric knowledge to answer problems?AIM Geometry Problem Set #1-15HW: Determine the area of the figure below. (Compound figure not shown. Combination of rectangle and trapezoid.Do Now:Classwork:Students worked on geometry problems in small groups while portfolio work was returned. There will be a geometry quiz on Wednesday. Students are allowed to bring and use their reference sheets.Announcements: Resources:
: How can we apply our geometrical understanding to solve a real-life problem?AIM Work on the written proposal, presentation, and physical modelHW: Please take out your written task outline, and group rough draft from yesterday..Do Now:Classwork:Groups presented their prototype packages. Resources:: How can we apply our geometrical understanding to solve a real-life problem?AIM Work on the written proposal, presentation, and physical modelHW: Please take out your written task outline, and group rough draft from yesterday..Do Now:Classwork:Groups used class time to produce a physical model, 5 parapgraph written proposal, and presentation Resources:: How can we apply our geometrical understanding to solve a real-life problem?AIM Work on the written proposal, presentation, and physical modelHW: Please take out your written task outline, and group rough draft from yesterday..Do Now:Classwork:Groups used class time to produce a physical model, 5 parapgraph written proposal, and presentation Resources:: How can we apply our geometrical understanding to solve a real-life problem?AIM Work on the written proposal, presentation, and physical modelHW: Please take out your written task outline, and group rough draft from yesterday..Do Now:Classwork:After students showed their 3D design on paper, with dimensions and calculations, they began constructing their physical models using materials procured from home, and from the classroom. Resources:: How can we apply our geometrical understanding to solve a real-life problem?AIM Complete written task outline (attached below)HW: Please take out your written proposal outline from the weekend.Do Now:Classwork:Work with your group to create a rough draft of the written portion of the project. Pretend you are writing to M&M’s. Your paragraphs should be: Introduction, Research Findings paragraph (how you did it, what you learned), Design paragraph (how you designed it, calculations, etc.), Persuasion paragraph (reasons why yours should be chosen), Conclusion. Resources: |
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