There will be a quiz on writing algebraic expressions and equations & simplifying algebraic expressions next week Thursday or Friday.
Monday: Teacher Work Day – No School for Students
Tuesday: Review Variable Expressions Homework: IXL W.2 Write an equation from words (SmartScore 90) due by Friday Wednesday: Solving 2Step Equations Watch video: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/inseventhgrademath/simpleequations/equationdefinition/v/whywedothesamethingtobothsidestwostepequations Thursday: Solving Equations PreTest Friday: Simplifying Algebraic Expressions CW/HW: See #112 below (Due Monday 10/23) Complete IXL V.1 Write variable expressions (SmartScore to 90)
Copy the following chart in your notebook and fill in each section with words that describe the operation shown. An example for each is given. I will check your notebook on Thursday. (Hint: Do this while you work through the IXL to get different descriptors) IXL needs to be completed by 2:30pm today! No late work will be accepted. * School ends at 12pm everyday for Student Led Conferences
***All late work and Test Corrections are due by Wednesday, October 4 *** Monday & Tuesday: Final Presentations Wednesday: Collaborative SelfEvaluation Building a House clip Thursday & Friday: Quarter 1 Reflection Setting Quarter 2 Goals Exploring Expressions and Equations Using the Pythagorean Theorem Test Study Guide Problems will include:
Monday: Pythagorean Tarsia Puzzle and/or Distance on the Coordinate Plane at the Fair
Model Structure due Tuesday  Wednesday: Final Culminating Presentation work days Thursday: Using the Pythagorean Theorem Assessment Presentation work Friday: Practice Final Presentations Review Pythagorean Theorem Assessments – Corrections due on Wednesday 10/4 Review Journal #2 – Using rational & irrational numbers in the Pythagorean Theorem
Monday  Thursday: Build Model Structure [Bring scotch tape & any other materials you want to build with] HW: Watch Pythagorean TedEd: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/howmanywaysaretheretoprovethepythagoreantheorembettyfei#watch Write 3 things you learned from the video (due: Thurs 9/21) Friday: Final touches on Model Structure Introduce Culminating Presentation *** Using the Pythagorean Theorem Assessment next Thursday *** Monday: Review Pythagorean Triples
Distance in the Coordinate Plane CW/HW: IXL N.4 Find the distance between two points (due Fri 9/15) Tuesday & Wednesday: Pythagorean Spiral Bring protractor, ruler, markers & colored pencils Thursday & Friday: Blueprints in groups Bring graph paper, ruler, protractor Monday: No School – Labor Day
Tuesday & Wednesday: Time Capsule Activity Task 1 & 2 – Pythagorean Posters (in pairs) Thursday: Share Pythagorean Posters Journal #2: What’s the Point? (due: Mon 9/11) You believe that any future inhabitants of the island must have a strong understanding of how irrational numbers are necessary when using the Pythagorean Theorem to create right triangles. Please leave behind a letter to others to discover explaining the role that irrational numbers play in the Pythagorean Theorem. Is it possible to utilize the Pythagorean Theorem without ever using irrational numbers? Friday: Popsicle Verification Activity – bring your protractor CW/HW: *** Number Line Activity Due Monday *** Monday: Investigation: Search the Web Journal #1: That’s Irrational! (due Wednesday 8/30) While on the island, you have discovered through your mathematical explorations that some numbers are rational while others are irrational. You believe that this information will be valuable for any future inhabitants of the island and you wish to leave the information behind for them to find. Write a oneparagraph explanation of the difference between rational and irrational numbers. Include examples to help someone unfamiliar with this concept to understand what you are describing. Tuesday: Proving the Pythagorean Theorem *** Bring colors, scissors and glue *** Wednesday: Exploring the Pythagorean Theorem Homework: Reteaching 14 Thursday: Quiz on Rational & Irrational Numbers Friday: Review Assessment Correction Procedure iReady Diagnostics Using the Pythagorean Theorem Review

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