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Monday, December 3 - Friday, December 7
Unit Test TUESDAY!
Tuesday: Unit Test!
Monday, November 26 - Friday, November 30
Monday: Snow Day!
Tuesday: 4.1 review and work. Go over quizzes.
Wednesday: More work on 4.1 and order of operations, mostly out of workbook. Also did this Exit Ticket.
Thursday: 4.2 - The Distributive Property, from the workbook. Also the Unit Review was distributed.
Friday: Solving problems in context. Everyone had to complete one problem from 4.3 in the workbook. Some were pretty tough. It would be a good place to review for anyone wanting more chances to improve before the unit test next week.
Monday, November 19 - Tuesday, November 20
Tuesday: Be thankful, grateful, and humble. Here is a graphing exercise the students had a chance to work on in class.
Monday, November 12 - Friday, November 16
Wrapping up everything multiplication and division.
Friday: QUIZ, goals 6 & 7, multiplying and dividing.
Monday, November 5 - Friday, November 9
Wrapping up everything rational about addition and subtraction! :)
Wednesday: In-Class Review.
Thursday: Investigation 2 Partner Quiz
Monday, October 29 - Friday, November 2
This week we will formalize addition and subtraction of rational numbers. (This includes positive, negative, fractions, and decimals.)
Monday: Quiz over Investigation 1
Tuesday: Investigation 2.1. Pages 30-31 in the textbook are helpful, and we will work on part A in class. Any of the problems B-E that are not finished in class are HOMEWORK.
Wednesday: Investigation 2.2. Pages 34-36 in the text have some explanation. Problems A-C will be discussed in class. Any problems through part F that are not completed are HOMEWORK.
Friday: This will be a day for individual review and solidifying ideas. Those students with homework completed and corrected will have the opportunity to play some integer games. (These can be found on this website under "Game Links".)
Monday, October 22 - Friday, October 26
We will continue making sense of how to combine positive and negative numbers, looking for patterns and explanations. We'll use number line and integer chip models to show what we're thinking.
Monday: 2nd, 3rd hour - Investigation 1.3 in the workbook. Here is the KEY. 4th, 5th, 6th - 1.3 Launch. (See Friday last week.)
Tuesday: 1/2 Day! 4th, 5th, 6th hour - Investigation 1.3 in the workbook. (See Monday.)
Wednesday: All classes! Yay! Investigation 1.4 in the workbook. Here is the KEY.
Friday: Investigation 1 QUIZ. CHANGE IN PLANS. This quiz was moved to Monday, October 29.
Monday, October 15 - Friday, October 19
And thus begins a new unit, Accentuate the Negative.
As the name implies, it is focused on understanding patterns and operations with positive AND negative numbers. This is often a tough one for students at the beginning, but they progress quickly!
Monday: Exchange textbooks. They should now have the Accentuate the Negative text in their binders. We also spent some time playing around with irregular polygons (and non-polygons) to see how we could make them tile a plane. Some students were successful, others less so. That's ok, as the investigation itself raised some excellent questions
Thursday: 1/2 day! 2nd and 3rd hours started Investigation 1.2 in the workbook. HOMEWORK: Complete Investigation 1.2, parts A, B, C, E. Here is the KEY.
Monday, October 8 - Friday, October 12
We will be finishing Investigation 3 this week, and along with it, the Shapes and Designs unit. The TEST is FRIDAY!
Tuesday: Tuesday: 3.4. We will work on this in class, but students may not finish. They should complete pages 37-39 in their workbooks as homework. (Textbook pages 69-71.) Here is the KEY.
Wednesday: 3.5 Symmetry. We covered reflectional and rotational symmetry in class. Students were provided with a copy of this UNIT REVIEW in class. We will work with it in class on Thursday as well.
Thursday: Here is the Review Packet KEY.
Friday: UNIT TEST
Monday, October 1 - Friday, October 5
Monday: Investigation 2 Partner Quiz.
Then we will start Investigation 3, the last investigation in Shapes and Designs.
Tuesday: 3.1, in the workbook, p. 28.
Monday, September 24 - Friday, September 28
Tuesday: 2.3. Students will owrk in the wookbook today and should complete pages 18-19 in class. HOMEWORK: Complete pages 18-19 in the workbook.
Wednesday: We needed another day to figure this out. So, we worked on the idea of tiling again today in our short, late-start classes. HOMEWORK: Complete the summary on pages 21-22 in the workbook. Here are some possible results.
Monday, September 17 - Friday, September 21.
This week we will finish and assess Investigation 1, and begin Investigation 2. Here is another link to the ROADMAP students received at the beginning of the unit. It should help them focus their studying.
Monday: We drew angles and shapes today, using protractors and angle rulers. This was from Investigation 1.5, which is not in the student workbook, but is on page 23 in the textbook. Here is the worksheet we used to record our work. These are possible drawings for part B, #1-6.
Wednesday: Investigation 1 QUIZ
Friday: Work on 2.2 in workbook. Didn't getr as far as planned, so we did some processing about interior angle sums of polygons.
Monday, September 10 - Friday, September 14
We start the First unit of 7th grade content MONDAY! On Friday of last week, students checked out paperback textbooks of Shapes and Designs from the library. It is recommended that students keep this text in their math binders.
Monday: All students received a copy of the Shapes and Designs workbook, and a roadmap that details all of our goals and focus questions for the unit. This should help guide students as they work through and review the content. Also, we began work on Investigation 1.1 in class, sorting polygons. Students may have needed to complete the investigation on their own.
Wednesday: Students worked on Investigation 1.3 in class. Because of some struggles with directions and estimating skills, I asked them to do a minimum of 3 questions from each part (A-D). That should be complete tomorrow. (Here is the KEY to the 1.3 Investigation.)
Thursday: We started 1.4, which involves measuring angles with an angle ruler, rather than a protractor. We will complete that investigation tomorrow. I assigned problems to review what we did yesterday. HOMEWORK: 1.3 ACE problems. Here is the KEY.
Friday: Students needed additional time on 1.4, and also worked on these Practice Problems in class. Because they require tools, students will probably not be able to work on them at home. :(
Tuesday, September 4 - Friday, September 7
We continued getting to know each other this week, setting class norms, creating a positive environment, and also completing some math tasks that emphasized our norms.
Group Norms (agreed upon by class)
Tuesday, August 28 - Thursday, August 30
Welcome to 7th grade! This week we will complete a variety of activities in class in order to create a postive learning environment, set expectations, and investigate a how math topics are related.
Tuesday: Introductions and the first jump start. We will complete a jump start nearly every day, and students will record their responses on sheets like this.
Next Math Assessment :
UNIT TEST : Tuesday, December 4
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