Classwork Grade MONDAY 3/6 - Samples, Population, Predictions from Data, and Bias

**QUIZ Monday 3/13 - Predictions, Bias, Measures of Center and Variation**

UNIT 5 TEST on Wednesday 3/22 or Thursday 3/23UNIT 5 TEST on Wednesday 3/22 or Thursday 3/23

CROSS SECTIONS LAB <CLICK HERESTANDARDS: Draw, construct, and describe geometrical figures and describe the relationships between them. MGSE7.G.2 Explore various geometric shapes with given conditions. Focus on creating triangles from three measures of angles and/or sides, noticing when the conditions determine a unique triangle, more than one triangle, or no triangle. MGSE7.G.3 Describe the two-dimensional figures (cross sections) that result from slicing threedimensional figures, as in plane sections of right rectangular prisms, right rectangular pyramids, cones, cylinders, and spheres. Solve real-life and mathematical problems involving angle measure, area, surface area, and volume. MGSE7.G.4 Given the formulas for the area and circumference of a circle, use them to solve problems; give an informal derivation of the relationship between the circumference and area of a circle. MGSE7.G.5 Use facts about supplementary, complementary, vertical, and adjacent angles in a multi-step problem to write and solve simple equations for an unknown angle in a figure. MGSE7.G.6 Solve real-world and mathematical problems involving area, volume and surface area of two- and three-dimensional objects composed of triangles, quadrilaterals, polygons, cubes, and right prisms. |
March 13th - 17th
MONDAYToday we showed what we learned about types of sampling, whether the data from a survey will be biased, and how to calculate Measures of Central Tendency and Variation. Warm-Up (Review Quiz Study Guide) QUIZ ~ Populations, Samples, Bias, and Measures of Central Tendency and Variation Hand back COACH books HW: COACH book Lessons 9 - 12 Practice PART 1 and 2 for each lesson is due on Monday 3/20 TUESDAY 3.14 PI DAY!!!Today we learned how mathematicians came to find the ratio of circumference to diameter of a circle to get pi!PI DAY CELEBRATION ~ History of Pi ~ Eat PIE ~ Derive the formula for pi circumference of a circle divided by the diameter of that circle (3 test objects) HW : Work on COACH Book Lessons 9-12 _____________________________________________ March 6th - 10th MONDAYToday we applied what we learned about types of sampling and whether the data from a survey will be biased. Then we worked on the Coach Book Lessons.Warm-Up (1/2 sheet Predictions) Milestones Review ~ COACH Book ~ Practice Parts 1 and 2 ~ Lessons 1 -8 HW: COACH book Lessons 1-8 Practice PART 1 and 2 for each lesson is due on WEDNESDAY 3/8 TUESDAY Today we showed what we learned about types of sampling, making predictions and whether the data from a survey will be biased. We also reviewed Measures of Central Tendencies from 6th grade.Classwork Grade ~ Populations/Sample ~Types of Sampling ~ Predictions ~ Bias/Unbias Work in the COACH book after CW Grade Measures of Central Tendency ~ Notes and Reveiw HW: COACH book Lessons 1-8 DUE TOMORROW Practice PART 1 and 2 for each lesson is due on WEDNESDAY 3/8 WENESDAY Today we learned about Measures of Central Tendency and Variation (center and spread). We started to compare sets of data base on the measures. Turn-in COACH books ~ Fill in answer sheet ~ (Students can turn in tomorrow for a late grade) Work in the COACH book after CW Grade Measures of Central Tendency ~ Notes and Reveiw HW: Read Pgs. 578 - 581 Do Pgs. 582-583 THURSDAY Today we learned about how to compare data sets using Measures of Central Tendency and Variation (center and spread). We started to compare sets of data displayed as double box plots and double dot plots.Go over reading from Wednesday night ~ Discussion ~ Make inferences based on the examples Check HW Comparing Sets of Data ~ Using Measures of Central Tendency and Variation HW: Finish HW Comparing Populations _____________________________________________ February 27th - March 3rd MONDAYToday we learned about inferences. We talked about the US Census which is a survey of the population of the US. We discussed the differences in populations and samples. We learned how to make predictions.Warm-Up (fractions) Hand Back Unit 4: Geometry Test Inferences ~ STEM Connections Social Studies - US Census ~ Population ~ Samples ~ Making Predictions HW: Pg. 546 and 547 TUESDAYToday we practiced find the probability of an event from a sample and using proportions to make predictions. Warm-Up Check HW Inferences ~ Samples ~ Making Predictions HW: Pg. 548-550 Find your COACH book WEDNESDAYToday we learned about types of sampling and whether the data from a survey will be biased. Warm-Up (Problem Solving Predictions) Check HW Inferences ~ Types of Samples ~ Bias HW: Pg. 554-555 COACH book Lessons 1-8 Practice PART 1 and 2 for each lesson is due on WEDNESDAY 3/8 THURSDAYToday we applied what we learned about types of sampling and whether the data from a survey will be biased. Warm-Up (1/2 sheet Predictions) Check HW Inferences ~ Types of Samples ~ Bias ~ Partner Practice HW: COACH book Lessons 1-8 Practice PART 1 and 2 for each lesson is due on WEDNESDAY 3/8 1st period - Pg. 554-555 evens FRIDAYToday we applied what we learned about types of sampling and whether the data from a survey will be biased. Warm-Up (1/2 sheet Predictions) Check HW Inferences ~ Types of Samples ~ Bias HW: COACH book Lessons 1-8 Practice PART 1 and 2 for each lesson is due on WEDNESDAY 3/8 _____________________________________________ NO SCHOOL FEBRUARY 20 - 24 _____________________________________________ February 13th - 17th MONDAYToday we learned about cross sections.Warm-Up Cross Sections Lab HW: Finish classwork worksheet TUESDAYToday we learned about cross sections.Warm-Up (word problems area and surface area) Analysis of Cross Sections ~ similarities of shapes Test Review HW: Finish Test Review worksheet WEDNESDAYToday we prepared for the Unit 4 Geometry Test (Thursday or Friday)Warm-Up (word problems area and surface area) Test Review ~ Trashketball HW: Study FRIDAYToday we took the Unit 4 Geometry Test.UNIT 4 TEST HW: None ____________________________________________ February 6th - 10th MONDAYToday we learned how identify 3-D solid based on models and nets, we practice calculating the surface area of prisms and pyramids.RECOVERY DAY - Quiz(Angles, Angle Relationships and Circles) - Unit 4 MidWay Test Surface Area ~ Identify solids based on model/diagrams and nets ~ Practice Calculating Surface Area HW: Finish classwork worksheet TUESDAYToday we showed we could identify 3-D solids based on models and nets, and can calculate the surface area of prisms and pyramids.Check HW Quiz ~ Surface Area WEDNESDAYToday we learned how to calculate the volume of prisms.Comp Challenge #33 Volume ~ Notes ~ Guided Practice HW: Pgs 702 (1-3), 703 (1-4), and 705 THURSDAYToday we learned how to calculate the volume of prisms.Warm-Up on Surface Area Hand Back Quiz ~ Surface Area Practice Calculating Volume and Surface Area (SA of Triangular Prisms and Pyramids) HW: Finish Classwork FRIDAYToday we started to learned about cross sections.Warm-Up (fractions) Check HW : Volume and Surface Area Cross Sections ~ Videos ~ Demonstrations ~ Lab on Monday with Geometry Software HW: FIX any problems you missed on THursday's HW _____________________________________________________________________ January 30th - February 3rd MONDAYToday we learned how to calculate the surface area of prisms.Warm-Up (angle relationships) Surface Area ~ Videos ~ Notes : Nets and Formulas ~ Guided Practice HW: PG. 729 (don't do #6) and 731 TUESDAYToday we practiced how to calculate the surface area of prisms.Warm-Up (angle relationships) Surface Area ~ Videos ~ Notes : Nets and Formulas ~ Guided Practice HW: Study for Recovery - use the quiz if you got below a 70% - recovery on MONDAY WEDNESDAYToday we learned how to calculate the surface area of pyramids.Warm-Up (angle relationships in a triangle) Surface Area ~ Notes : Nets and Formulas ~ Guided Practice HW: Individualized Recovery Practice (quiz or test) Recovery in class MONDAY THURSDAYToday we practiced calculating the surface area of pyramids and review of prisms.Warm-Up (circles) Surface Area ~ Practice HW: Green Packet of Surface Area (mostly Pyramids) FRIDAYToday we lPractice all of our geometry skills. Angle Relationships. Solving for a variable in an angle or triangle. Circumference and area of circles. Surface area of pyramids.Check and Grade HW Drop in the Bucket ~ Stations Review Game HW: Individualized Recovery Practice QUIZ ~ check your practice with the answer sheet TEST ~ Check your answers AND do the purple Test Review Recovery in class MONDAY _____________________________________________ January 23rd - 27th MONDAYToday we learned how to calculate diameter, radius and circumference of circles.Warm-Up (angle relationships) Check HW Circles - notes - parts of a circle - calculating circumference - guided practice HW: Worksheets on Complementary Angles and Circles (Circumference) TUESDAYToday we reviewed complementary angles, parts of a circles, and circumference.Warm-Up (angle relationships) Check HW - thouroughly - worked lots of problems HW: Pg. 676 - 677 ____________________________________________ January 17th - 20th TUESDAYToday we learned about classifying triangles and how to use the relationship of the interior angles to calculate missing measurements.Warm-Up (Pg. 620) Check HW Triangle Classification - discussion Finding the measures of interior angles - practice HW: Pg. 633 and 635 WEDNESDAYToday we learned about the measurements of the side lengths to make a triangles. We also practiced classifying.Warm-Up (Angle Relationships) Learning Task: Triangle Side Lengths - paired work - coming up with rules (theories) Finding the measures of interior angles - practice measuring with a protractor Classifying Triangles - by angles - by sides _________________________________ January 11th - 13th WEDNESDAYToday we learned about classifying angels and how to use angle relationships to calculate measurements.Warm-Up (Pg.528) Videos - discussion - Notes (on back of worksheet) HW: Finish worksheet and Pg. 621 THURSDAYToday we utilized the MI testing program to assess our learning for the year. This is an online test that is completed at the beginning, middle and end of the year. HW: Be sure to have completed the Angles Worksheet and Pg. 621 (night 2) FRIDAYToday we learned how to calculate for variables in algebraic angle relationships.Comp Challenge # 29 Check HW Angles in Algebra - practice HW: Finish Angle and Algebra Pack (you do NOT have to do 2, 4, or 8 on ANY page) ______________________________________________________________________January 5th - 6th THURSDAYToday we discussed how scale drawings and models are used in everyday life.Warm-Up (Order of Operations with Integers, Complex Fractions, Proportion Word Problem) Discussions - start the New Year off right - What happened over break? Scale Drawings - maps - models - relate the concepts back to Unit 3 (Ratios and Proportions) HW: Get your Parent Letter signed FRIDAYToday we learned about scale facor and calcualting lenghths on scale drawings.Warm-Up Scale Factor - discussion - Notes (in book) HW: Pg. 524 (1-3), 525 (1-2 need ruler, but do the whole page), 527 (10-11 need ruler, but do the whole page) |