February 9 2018

# Welcome to Math!

• Module 9 (11) packet
• math spiral
• pencil
• Chromebook

### Warm Up – Number Talk #3: What is 0.52 x 789?

• No calculators, talking or writing of any kind
• 1 minute independent think time
• 1 minute partner/table share
• Whole class share (take notes on Classroom)

### Expected – 9.3: Order of Operations, p. 251-254

Learning Target: Students will be able to evaluate numerical expressions involving whole-number exponents.

• Do 9.3 ISE (Do packet p. 251-254 while watching lesson and videos, then do orange and red whistles)

### Accelerated – 11.4: Writing Inequalities

Learning Target: Students will be able to write an inequality of the form x > c or x < c to represent a constraint or condition in a real-world or mathematical problem and recognize that such inequalities have infinitely many solutions, which is why they are represented on number line diagrams.

• Do 11.4 Quiz
• Take Mod 11 Posttest when finished.

### Homework:

EFinish everything on dashboard up to and including 9.3 ISE.

AFinish everything on dashboard up to and including Mod 11 Posttest.

* Assessment Readiness assignments are EXTRA CREDIT.

February 7 2018

# Welcome to Math!

• pencil
• Chromebook

### Warm Up:

District Math Test: Ratios IAB

• Take out all electronics (phones, calculators, watches) and place them on your desk
• Power everything off and wait for instructions
Put Chromebook in testing mode by logging out and going to Apps (lower left) –> Air Secure Test
• Wait for the session ID I will share with you

### When finished take out:

• Module 9 (11) packet
• math spiral

### Expected – 9.2: Prime Factorization

Learning Target: Students will be able to find the prime factorization of a number by making factor lists, factor trees, or ladder diagrams.

Do 9.2 Quiz

### Accelerated – 11.4: Writing Inequalities, p. 321-324

Learning Target: Students will be able to write an inequality of the form x > c or x < c to represent a constraint or condition in a real-world or mathematical problem and recognize that such inequalities have infinitely many solutions, which is why they are represented on number line diagrams.

• Do 11.4 ISE (Do packet p. 321-324 while viewing lesson and videos. Then do orange and red whistles.)

### Homework:

EFinish everything on dashboard up to and including 9.2 Quiz.

AFinish everything on dashboard up to and including 11.4 ISE.

* Assessment Readiness assignments are EXTRA CREDIT.

February 6 2018

# Welcome to Math!

• Module 9 (11) packet
• math spiral
• pencil
• Chromebook

### Warm Up:

• Select math class “assigned work” and do Percentages practice and then quiz.

### Expected – 9.2: Prime Factorization, p. 245-248

Learning Target: Students will be able to find the prime factorization of a number by making factor lists, factor trees, or ladder diagrams.

• Do 9.2 ISE (Do packet p. 245-248 using lesson and videos, then do orange and red whistles)

### Accelerated – 11.3: Multiplication and Division Equations, p. 313-318

Learning Target: Students will be able to solve real-world and mathematical problems by writing and solving equations of the form px=q for cases in which p, q and x are all nonnegative rational numbers.

• Do 11.3 ISE (Do packet p. 313-318 using lesson and videos, then do orange and red whistles)
• Do 11.3 Quiz when ready

### Homework:

EFinish everything on dashboard up to and including 9.2 ISE.

AFinish everything on dashboard up to and including 11.3 Quiz.

* Assessment Readiness assignments are EXTRA CREDIT.

February 5 2018

# Welcome to Math!

• Module 9 (11) packet
• math spiral
• pencil
• Chromebook

### Warm Up:

• Select math class “assigned work” and do Unit Rate – Word Problems practice and then quiz.

### Expected – 9.1: Exponents

Learning Target: Students will be able to write and evaluate numerical expressions involving whole-number exponents.

• Do 9.1 Quiz

### Accelerated – 11.2: Addition and Subtraction Equations, p.305-310

Learning Target: Students will be able to solve real-world and mathematical problems by writing and solving equations of the form x+p=q for cases in which p, q and x are all nonnegative rational numbers.

• Do 11.2 ISE (Do packet p. 305-310 using lesson and videos, then do orange and red whistles)
• Do 11.2 Quiz when ready.

### Homework:

EFinish everything on dashboard up to and including 9.1 Quiz.

AFinish everything on dashboard up to and including 11.2 Quiz.

* Assessment Readiness assignments are EXTRA CREDIT.

February 2 2018

# Welcome to Math!

• Module 9 (11) packet
• math spiral
• pencil
• Chromebook

### Warm Up:

• Select math class “assigned work” and do Compare Ratios practice and then quiz.

### Expected – 9.1: Exponents, p. 239-242

Learning Target: Students will be able to write and evaluate numerical expressions involving whole-number exponents.

• Do 9.1 ISE: (Watch lesson and videos, do packet p. 239-242, then do orange and red whistles)

### Accelerated – 11.1: Writing Equations to Represent Situations

Learning Target: Students will be able to solve real-world and mathematical problems by writing and solving equations of the form x+p=q and px=q for cases in which p, q and x are all nonnegative rational numbers.

• Do 11.1 Quiz

### Homework:

EFinish everything on dashboard up to and including 9.1 ISE.

AFinish everything on dashboard up to and including 11.1 Quiz.