How can we prepare for the final exam?AIM:Announcements: The final exam will take place Wednesday, June 6 and Friday, June 8. Students are responsible for all topics learned this year. Topics include: Rational Numbers, Ratios and Proportional Reasoning, Expressions and Equations (inequalities too), Statistics and Probability, Geometry.Complete #10-18 in the test review packet (found below)HW: Do Now:Which questions from yesterday's performance tasks were most difficult? Why do you think that? Classwork:Students worked on performance tasks individually for 20 minutes. After the time period, they had time to compare their results with desk partners. Students then self-assessed their work with rubrics. Reflections were made before the end of the period. Resources:
How can we prepare for the final exam?AIM:Announcements: The final exam will take place Wednesday, June 6 and Friday, June 8. Students are responsible for all topics learned this year. Topics include: Rational Numbers, Ratios and Proportional Reasoning, Expressions and Equations (inequalities too), Statistics and Probability, Geometry.Complete #1-9 in the test review packet (found below)HW: Do Now:Explain a process you could use to find the valueof x and y in the diagram below. (diagram not shown) Classwork:Students worked on performance tasks individually for 20 minutes. After the time period, they had time to compare their results with desk partners. Students then self-assessed their work with rubrics. Reflections were made before the end of the period. Resources:
How can we explore angle pair relationships? AIM:Announcements: Enjoy the extended holiday weekend!HW: Do Now:Describe the angle(s) in the figure. Classwork:Using technology, students worked in collaborative partnerships to complete the Angle Relationships Exploration Activity. https://oercommons.s3.amazonaws.com/media/courseware/relatedresource/file/imth-7-3-2-4-2-anglesketch/index.htmlResources: How can we identify angle pair relationships and use algebra to find missing measurements? AIM:Announcements: Geometry Angle Pair Worksheet (found below)HW: Do Now:How can you solve each for x? Then solve for x. a) 3x + 2x + 5 = 90 b) x + 6 + 2x + 24 = 180 Classwork:Vertical angles are congruent (equal) to each other. Vertical angles are across from each other when two lines intersect. Complementary angle pairs are two angles that add to make 90 degrees (a right angle) Supplementary angle pairs are two angles that add to make 180 degrees (a straight line). Resources:
How can we estimate the measure of angles using benchmark angles?AIM:Announcements: Complete worksheet attached below..HW: Do Now:Using your experience from yesterday's lesson, estimate the number of degrees in this angle. Classwork:Students learned how to label/name angles using three letter notations. They applied benchmark angles to estimate the measure of angles and their reflex counterparts. Resources:
What are some common benchmark angles? What part of a full turn is each angle equal to?AIM:Announcements: Complete #5-10 of the worksheet, attached below.HW: Do Now:When you think of BMX biking, skateboarding, snowboarding and skiing, what words do you think of to describe their tricks? Classwork:Angle measurements Resources:
: How can we classify polygons?AIM No homeworkHW:Do Now:Classwork:Students classified polygons by their properties of sides and angles. How can we demonstrate our understanding of curriculum standards?AIM:Announcements: Bring in project and be prepared to present if you have not gone yetHW: Do Now:Please take out your projects and be prepared to present. Please wait silently Classwork:Project Presentations Resources: How can we demonstrate our understanding of curriculum standards?AIM:Announcements: Bring in project and be prepared to present if you have not gone yetHW: Do Now:Please take out your projects and be prepared to present. Please wait silently Classwork:Project Presentations Resources:
How can we demonstrate our understanding of curriculum standards?AIM:Announcements: Complete project and written piece. HW: Do Now:Please take out your projects and rough drafts of the written response. Groups will be interviewed to assess progress. While you are waiting, you should continue working on your project (discussing presentations, peer-editing written responses, etc.). Classwork:Students worked in their groups on their projects. The teacher checked in with groups to get progress updates on what has been completed and gave feedback to help groups move towards the completion of their project. Resources: |
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