Math 8 - Term 4
Friday, May 18
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Thursday, May 17
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Wednesday, May 16
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Tuesday, May 15
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Monday, May 14
Activity 1
Objective - To determine how well you understand Semester 1 Material
This will be accomplished by taking the Math 8 Post Test
Activity 2 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 3 - Practice SOL Questions
Math 8 Practice SOL #1
Math 8 Practice SOL #2
Math 8 Practice SOL #3
Math 8 Practice SOL #4
Math 8 Practice SOL #5
Activity 4
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
Homework
Study for SOL
Objective - To determine how well you understand Semester 1 Material
This will be accomplished by taking the Math 8 Post Test
Activity 2 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 3 - Practice SOL Questions
Math 8 Practice SOL #1
Math 8 Practice SOL #2
Math 8 Practice SOL #3
Math 8 Practice SOL #4
Math 8 Practice SOL #5
Activity 4
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
Homework
Study for SOL
Friday, May 11
Objective - You will be able to better understand and review material that was taught earlier in the school year.
This will be accomplished by creating flash cards and working through the Practice SOL questions to study for the SOL.
Homework
Study for SOL on Tuesday, May 15
This will be accomplished by creating flash cards and working through the Practice SOL questions to study for the SOL.
Homework
Study for SOL on Tuesday, May 15
Thursday, May 10
Objective - You will be able to better understand and review material that was taught earlier in the school year.
This will be accomplished by creating flash cards and working through the Practice SOL questions to study for the SOL.
Homework
Study for SOL on Tuesday, May 15
This will be accomplished by creating flash cards and working through the Practice SOL questions to study for the SOL.
Homework
Study for SOL on Tuesday, May 15
Wednesday, May 9
Objective - You will be able to better understand and review material that was taught earlier in the school year.
This will be accomplished by creating flash cards and working through the Practice SOL questions to study for the SOL.
Homework
Study for SOL on Tuesday, May 15
This will be accomplished by creating flash cards and working through the Practice SOL questions to study for the SOL.
Homework
Study for SOL on Tuesday, May 15
Tuesday, May 8
Objective - You will be able to better understand and review material that was taught earlier in the school year.
This will be accomplished by creating flash cards and working through the Practice SOL questions to study for the SOL.
Homework
Study for SOL on Tuesday, May 15
This will be accomplished by creating flash cards and working through the Practice SOL questions to study for the SOL.
Homework
Study for SOL on Tuesday, May 15
Monday, May 7
Today's SOL
8.14 - The student will make connections between any two representations (tables, graphs, words, and rules) of a given relationship.
8.16 - The student will graph a linear equation in two variables.
8.17 - The student will identify the domain, range, independent variable, or dependent variable in a given situation.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
8.13 - The student will
a) make comparisons, predictions, and inferences, using information displayed in graphs; and
b) construct and analyze scatterplots
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to better understand and review material that was taught earlier in the school year.
This will be accomplished by creating flash cards and working through the Practice SOL questions to study for the SOL.
Activity 2 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will be able to determine how well you understand Unit 12 Material
This will be accomplished by finishing the Unit 12 Test
Activity 3 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - To determine how well you understand Semester 1 Material
This will be accomplished by taking the Math 8 Post Test - Part 1
Activity 4 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 5
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
8.14 - The student will make connections between any two representations (tables, graphs, words, and rules) of a given relationship.
8.16 - The student will graph a linear equation in two variables.
8.17 - The student will identify the domain, range, independent variable, or dependent variable in a given situation.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
8.13 - The student will
a) make comparisons, predictions, and inferences, using information displayed in graphs; and
b) construct and analyze scatterplots
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to better understand and review material that was taught earlier in the school year.
This will be accomplished by creating flash cards and working through the Practice SOL questions to study for the SOL.
Activity 2 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will be able to determine how well you understand Unit 12 Material
This will be accomplished by finishing the Unit 12 Test
Activity 3 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - To determine how well you understand Semester 1 Material
This will be accomplished by taking the Math 8 Post Test - Part 1
Activity 4 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 5
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
Friday, May 4
Today's SOL
8.14 - The student will make connections between any two representations (tables, graphs, words, and rules) of a given relationship.
8.16 - The student will graph a linear equation in two variables.
8.17 - The student will identify the domain, range, independent variable, or dependent variable in a given situation.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
8.13 - The student will
a) make comparisons, predictions, and inferences, using information displayed in graphs; and
b) construct and analyze scatterplots
Activity 1 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will be able to determine how well you understand Unit 12 Material
This will be accomplished by finishing the Unit 12 Test
Activity 2
Objective - To determine how well you understand Semester 1 Material
This will be accomplished by taking the Math 8 Post Test - Part 1
Activity 3 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 4
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
8.14 - The student will make connections between any two representations (tables, graphs, words, and rules) of a given relationship.
8.16 - The student will graph a linear equation in two variables.
8.17 - The student will identify the domain, range, independent variable, or dependent variable in a given situation.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
8.13 - The student will
a) make comparisons, predictions, and inferences, using information displayed in graphs; and
b) construct and analyze scatterplots
Activity 1 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will be able to determine how well you understand Unit 12 Material
This will be accomplished by finishing the Unit 12 Test
Activity 2
Objective - To determine how well you understand Semester 1 Material
This will be accomplished by taking the Math 8 Post Test - Part 1
Activity 3 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 4
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
Thursday, May 3
Today's SOL
8.14 - The student will make connections between any two representations (tables, graphs, words, and rules) of a given relationship.
8.16 - The student will graph a linear equation in two variables.
8.17 - The student will identify the domain, range, independent variable, or dependent variable in a given situation.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
8.13 - The student will
a) make comparisons, predictions, and inferences, using information displayed in graphs; and
b) construct and analyze scatterplots
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to better understand and review material that was taught earlier in the school year.
This will be accomplished by creating flash cards and working through the Practice SOL questions to study for the SOL.
Activity 2 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will be able to determine how well you understand Unit 12 Material
This will be accomplished by taking the Unit 12 Test
Activity 3 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 4
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
8.14 - The student will make connections between any two representations (tables, graphs, words, and rules) of a given relationship.
8.16 - The student will graph a linear equation in two variables.
8.17 - The student will identify the domain, range, independent variable, or dependent variable in a given situation.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
8.13 - The student will
a) make comparisons, predictions, and inferences, using information displayed in graphs; and
b) construct and analyze scatterplots
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to better understand and review material that was taught earlier in the school year.
This will be accomplished by creating flash cards and working through the Practice SOL questions to study for the SOL.
Activity 2 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will be able to determine how well you understand Unit 12 Material
This will be accomplished by taking the Unit 12 Test
Activity 3 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 4
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
Wednesday, May 2
Today's SOL
8.14 - The student will make connections between any two representations (tables, graphs, words, and rules) of a given relationship.
8.16 - The student will graph a linear equation in two variables.
8.17 - The student will identify the domain, range, independent variable, or dependent variable in a given situation.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
8.13 - The student will
a) make comparisons, predictions, and inferences, using information displayed in graphs; and
b) construct and analyze scatterplots
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to better understand and review material that was taught earlier in the school year.
This will be accomplished by creating flash cards to study for the SOL.
Activity 2
Objective - You will be able to determine how well you understand Unit 12 Material
This will be accomplished by taking the Unit 12 Test
Activity 3 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 5
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
8.14 - The student will make connections between any two representations (tables, graphs, words, and rules) of a given relationship.
8.16 - The student will graph a linear equation in two variables.
8.17 - The student will identify the domain, range, independent variable, or dependent variable in a given situation.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
8.13 - The student will
a) make comparisons, predictions, and inferences, using information displayed in graphs; and
b) construct and analyze scatterplots
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to better understand and review material that was taught earlier in the school year.
This will be accomplished by creating flash cards to study for the SOL.
Activity 2
Objective - You will be able to determine how well you understand Unit 12 Material
This will be accomplished by taking the Unit 12 Test
Activity 3 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 5
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
Tuesday, May 1
Today's SOL
8.14 - The student will make connections between any two representations (tables, graphs, words, and rules) of a given relationship.
8.16 - The student will graph a linear equation in two variables.
8.17 - The student will identify the domain, range, independent variable, or dependent variable in a given situation.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
8.13 - The student will
a) make comparisons, predictions, and inferences, using information displayed in graphs; and
b) construct and analyze scatterplots
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to determine how well you understand Circle Graphs for the test tomorrow
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 12 packet worksheet pages 18 & 19 together as a class.
Activity 2
Objective - You will be able to calculate the Probability of Events
This will be accomplished by going over Review on the Chromebooks
Activity 3
Objective - You will be able to better understand and review material that was taught earlier in the school year.
This will be accomplished by creating flash cards to study for the SOL.
Activity 4 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 5
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
Homework
Study for the Unit 12 Test Tomorrow
Unit 12 Practice Test
8.14 - The student will make connections between any two representations (tables, graphs, words, and rules) of a given relationship.
8.16 - The student will graph a linear equation in two variables.
8.17 - The student will identify the domain, range, independent variable, or dependent variable in a given situation.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
8.13 - The student will
a) make comparisons, predictions, and inferences, using information displayed in graphs; and
b) construct and analyze scatterplots
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to determine how well you understand Circle Graphs for the test tomorrow
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 12 packet worksheet pages 18 & 19 together as a class.
Activity 2
Objective - You will be able to calculate the Probability of Events
This will be accomplished by going over Review on the Chromebooks
Activity 3
Objective - You will be able to better understand and review material that was taught earlier in the school year.
This will be accomplished by creating flash cards to study for the SOL.
Activity 4 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 5
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
Homework
Study for the Unit 12 Test Tomorrow
Unit 12 Practice Test
Monday, April 30
Today's SOL
8.14 - The student will make connections between any two representations (tables, graphs, words, and rules) of a given relationship.
8.16 - The student will graph a linear equation in two variables.
8.17 - The student will identify the domain, range, independent variable, or dependent variable in a given situation.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
8.13 - The student will
a) make comparisons, predictions, and inferences, using information displayed in graphs; and
b) construct and analyze scatterplots
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to fill in a function table by applying the domain to the function and calculating range, then graph the relation on a coordinate plane
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 13 packet worksheet pages 14 & 15 together as a class.
Activity 2
Objective - You will be able to better understand and review material that was taught earlier in the school year.
This will be accomplished by creating flash cards to study for the SOL.
Activity 3 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 4
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
8.14 - The student will make connections between any two representations (tables, graphs, words, and rules) of a given relationship.
8.16 - The student will graph a linear equation in two variables.
8.17 - The student will identify the domain, range, independent variable, or dependent variable in a given situation.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
8.13 - The student will
a) make comparisons, predictions, and inferences, using information displayed in graphs; and
b) construct and analyze scatterplots
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to fill in a function table by applying the domain to the function and calculating range, then graph the relation on a coordinate plane
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 13 packet worksheet pages 14 & 15 together as a class.
Activity 2
Objective - You will be able to better understand and review material that was taught earlier in the school year.
This will be accomplished by creating flash cards to study for the SOL.
Activity 3 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 4
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
Friday, April 27
Today's SOL
8.14 - The student will make connections between any two representations (tables, graphs, words, and rules) of a given relationship.
8.16 - The student will graph a linear equation in two variables.
8.17 - The student will identify the domain, range, independent variable, or dependent variable in a given situation.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
8.13 - The student will
a) make comparisons, predictions, and inferences, using information displayed in graphs; and
b) construct and analyze scatterplots
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to determine how well you understand probability for the test next week.
This will be accomplished by working on a probability review and going over the answers together as a class.
Activity 2
Objective - You will be able to better understand and review material that was taught earlier in the school year.
This will be accomplished by creating flash cards to study for the SOL.
Activity 3 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 4
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
8.14 - The student will make connections between any two representations (tables, graphs, words, and rules) of a given relationship.
8.16 - The student will graph a linear equation in two variables.
8.17 - The student will identify the domain, range, independent variable, or dependent variable in a given situation.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
8.13 - The student will
a) make comparisons, predictions, and inferences, using information displayed in graphs; and
b) construct and analyze scatterplots
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to determine how well you understand probability for the test next week.
This will be accomplished by working on a probability review and going over the answers together as a class.
Activity 2
Objective - You will be able to better understand and review material that was taught earlier in the school year.
This will be accomplished by creating flash cards to study for the SOL.
Activity 3 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 4
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
Thursday, April 26
Today's SOL
8.14 - The student will make connections between any two representations (tables, graphs, words, and rules) of a given relationship.
8.16 - The student will graph a linear equation in two variables.
8.17 - The student will identify the domain, range, independent variable, or dependent variable in a given situation.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
8.13 - The student will
a) make comparisons, predictions, and inferences, using information displayed in graphs; and
b) construct and analyze scatterplots
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to fill in a function table by applying the domain to the function and calculating range, then graph the relation on a coordinate plane
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 13 packet worksheet page 13 together as a class.
Activity 2
Objective - You will be able to better understand and review material that was taught earlier in the school year.
This will be accomplished by creating flash cards to study for the SOL.
Activity 3
Objective - You will be able to determine how well you understand probability for the test next week.
This will be accomplished by working on a probability review and going over the answers together as a class.
Activity 4 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 5
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
8.14 - The student will make connections between any two representations (tables, graphs, words, and rules) of a given relationship.
8.16 - The student will graph a linear equation in two variables.
8.17 - The student will identify the domain, range, independent variable, or dependent variable in a given situation.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
8.13 - The student will
a) make comparisons, predictions, and inferences, using information displayed in graphs; and
b) construct and analyze scatterplots
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to fill in a function table by applying the domain to the function and calculating range, then graph the relation on a coordinate plane
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 13 packet worksheet page 13 together as a class.
Activity 2
Objective - You will be able to better understand and review material that was taught earlier in the school year.
This will be accomplished by creating flash cards to study for the SOL.
Activity 3
Objective - You will be able to determine how well you understand probability for the test next week.
This will be accomplished by working on a probability review and going over the answers together as a class.
Activity 4 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 5
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
Wednesday, April 25
Today's SOL
8.7 - The student will
a) investigate and solve practical problems involving volume and surface area of prisms, cylinders, cones, and pyramids; and
b) describe how changing one measured attribute of a figure affects the volume and surface area.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to determine if a relationship between two items has a positive, negative, or no relationship.
This will be accomplished by finishing going over Unit 12 packet worksheet page 17 together as a class.
Activity 2
Objective - You will be able to fill in a function table by applying the domain to the function and calculating range.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 13 packet worksheet page 10 together as a class.
Activity 3
Objective - You will be able to determine if a list of ordered pairs, numbers in a table, or plotted on the coordinate plane are of a function.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 13 packet worksheet page 11 together as a class.
Activity 4
Objective - You will be able to graph a function.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 13 packet worksheet page 12 together as a class.
Activity 5
Objective - You will be able to better understand and review material that was taught earlier in the school year.
This will be accomplished by creating flash cards to study for the SOL.
Activity 6
Objective - You will be able to determine how well you understand probability for the test next week.
This will be accomplished by working on a probability review and going over the answers together as a class.
Activity 7 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 8
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
8.7 - The student will
a) investigate and solve practical problems involving volume and surface area of prisms, cylinders, cones, and pyramids; and
b) describe how changing one measured attribute of a figure affects the volume and surface area.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to determine if a relationship between two items has a positive, negative, or no relationship.
This will be accomplished by finishing going over Unit 12 packet worksheet page 17 together as a class.
Activity 2
Objective - You will be able to fill in a function table by applying the domain to the function and calculating range.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 13 packet worksheet page 10 together as a class.
Activity 3
Objective - You will be able to determine if a list of ordered pairs, numbers in a table, or plotted on the coordinate plane are of a function.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 13 packet worksheet page 11 together as a class.
Activity 4
Objective - You will be able to graph a function.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 13 packet worksheet page 12 together as a class.
Activity 5
Objective - You will be able to better understand and review material that was taught earlier in the school year.
This will be accomplished by creating flash cards to study for the SOL.
Activity 6
Objective - You will be able to determine how well you understand probability for the test next week.
This will be accomplished by working on a probability review and going over the answers together as a class.
Activity 7 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 8
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
Tuesday, April 24
Today's SOL
8.7 - The student will
a) investigate and solve practical problems involving volume and surface area of prisms, cylinders, cones, and pyramids; and
b) describe how changing one measured attribute of a figure affects the volume and surface area.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to calculate data within a circle graph.
This will be accomplished by finishing going over Unit 12 packet worksheet page 16 together as a class.
Activity 2
Objective - You will be able to fill in a function table but listing the input numbers, apply the function to calculate the result and list the outputs.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 13 packet worksheet page 9 together as a class.
Activity 3
Objective - You will be able to determine how well you understand Unit 11 material.
This will be accomplished by taking the Chapter 11 Test.
Activity 4 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 5
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
8.7 - The student will
a) investigate and solve practical problems involving volume and surface area of prisms, cylinders, cones, and pyramids; and
b) describe how changing one measured attribute of a figure affects the volume and surface area.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to calculate data within a circle graph.
This will be accomplished by finishing going over Unit 12 packet worksheet page 16 together as a class.
Activity 2
Objective - You will be able to fill in a function table but listing the input numbers, apply the function to calculate the result and list the outputs.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 13 packet worksheet page 9 together as a class.
Activity 3
Objective - You will be able to determine how well you understand Unit 11 material.
This will be accomplished by taking the Chapter 11 Test.
Activity 4 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 5
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
Monday, April 23
Today's SOL
8.7 - The student will
a) investigate and solve practical problems involving volume and surface area of prisms, cylinders, cones, and pyramids; and
b) describe how changing one measured attribute of a figure affects the volume and surface area.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to determine if a relationship between two items has a positive, negative, or no relationship.
This will be accomplished by finishing going over Unit 12 packet worksheet page 15 together as a class.
Activity 2
Objective - You will be able to fill in a function table but listing the input numbers, apply the function to calculate the result and list the outputs.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 13 packet worksheet pages 6, 7, and 8 together as a class.
Activity 3 (IF YOU WERE ABSENT THURSDAY)
Objective - You will be able to determine how well you understand Unit 10 material.
This will be accomplished by taking the Chapter 10 Retest.
Activity 4 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 5
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
Homework
Study for the Unit 11 Test Tomorrow
Unit 11 Practice Test
8.7 - The student will
a) investigate and solve practical problems involving volume and surface area of prisms, cylinders, cones, and pyramids; and
b) describe how changing one measured attribute of a figure affects the volume and surface area.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to determine if a relationship between two items has a positive, negative, or no relationship.
This will be accomplished by finishing going over Unit 12 packet worksheet page 15 together as a class.
Activity 2
Objective - You will be able to fill in a function table but listing the input numbers, apply the function to calculate the result and list the outputs.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 13 packet worksheet pages 6, 7, and 8 together as a class.
Activity 3 (IF YOU WERE ABSENT THURSDAY)
Objective - You will be able to determine how well you understand Unit 10 material.
This will be accomplished by taking the Chapter 10 Retest.
Activity 4 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 5
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
Homework
Study for the Unit 11 Test Tomorrow
Unit 11 Practice Test
Thursday, April 19
Today's SOL
8.7 - The student will
a) investigate and solve practical problems involving volume and surface area of prisms, cylinders, cones, and pyramids; and
b) describe how changing one measured attribute of a figure affects the volume and surface area.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to determine the best fit line to determine positive, negative, or no relationship.
This will be accomplished by finishing going over Unit 12 packet worksheet page 14 together as a class.
Activity 2
Objective - You will be able to fill in a function table but listing the input numbers, apply the function to calculate the result and list the outputs.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 13 packet worksheet page 5 together as a class.
Activity 3
Objective - You will be able to determine how well you understand Unit 10 material.
This will be accomplished by taking the Chapter 10 Retest.
Activity 4 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 5
Objective - You will be able to graph an equation (function) on the coordinate plane using a table to determine the ordered pairs.
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions in the following Edpuzzle Lesson: "Part 2 - 11.3: Graphing Linear Functions"
Activity 6
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
8.7 - The student will
a) investigate and solve practical problems involving volume and surface area of prisms, cylinders, cones, and pyramids; and
b) describe how changing one measured attribute of a figure affects the volume and surface area.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to determine the best fit line to determine positive, negative, or no relationship.
This will be accomplished by finishing going over Unit 12 packet worksheet page 14 together as a class.
Activity 2
Objective - You will be able to fill in a function table but listing the input numbers, apply the function to calculate the result and list the outputs.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 13 packet worksheet page 5 together as a class.
Activity 3
Objective - You will be able to determine how well you understand Unit 10 material.
This will be accomplished by taking the Chapter 10 Retest.
Activity 4 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 5
Objective - You will be able to graph an equation (function) on the coordinate plane using a table to determine the ordered pairs.
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions in the following Edpuzzle Lesson: "Part 2 - 11.3: Graphing Linear Functions"
Activity 6
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
Wednesday, April 18
Today's SOL
8.7 - The student will
a) investigate and solve practical problems involving volume and surface area of prisms, cylinders, cones, and pyramids; and
b) describe how changing one measured attribute of a figure affects the volume and surface area.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
Today you will have a substitute teacher. Work on the following activities.
Activity 1 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will be able to determine how well you understand Unit 11: Sections 7.7, 7.8, and the effects of changing one dimension to prepare for the Unit 11 Test.
Activity 2 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
Activity 3
Objective - You will be able to graph an equation (function) on the coordinate plane using a table to determine the ordered pairs.
Watch and answer questions in the following Edpuzzle Lessons:
Activity 4
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
Homework
No Homework...Unit 11 Test is Rescheduled for Tuesday, April 24
8.7 - The student will
a) investigate and solve practical problems involving volume and surface area of prisms, cylinders, cones, and pyramids; and
b) describe how changing one measured attribute of a figure affects the volume and surface area.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
Today you will have a substitute teacher. Work on the following activities.
Activity 1 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will be able to determine how well you understand Unit 11: Sections 7.7, 7.8, and the effects of changing one dimension to prepare for the Unit 11 Test.
- Take/finish the Quiz 7.7, 7.8, and Dimensional Change.
Activity 2 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
- Watch and answer questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 3
Objective - You will be able to graph an equation (function) on the coordinate plane using a table to determine the ordered pairs.
Watch and answer questions in the following Edpuzzle Lessons:
- "Part 1 - 11.3: Graphing Linear Functions"
- "Part 2 - 11.3: Graphing Linear Functions"
Activity 4
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
Homework
No Homework...Unit 11 Test is Rescheduled for Tuesday, April 24
Tuesday, April 17
Today's SOL
8.7 - The student will
a) investigate and solve practical problems involving volume and surface area of prisms, cylinders, cones, and pyramids; and
b) describe how changing one measured attribute of a figure affects the volume and surface area.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to calculate the probability of more than one event.
This will be accomplished by finishing going over Unit 12 packet worksheet page 12 together as a class.
Activity 2
Objective - You will be able to calculate the parts of the data given in a circle graph and be able to graph the circle graph.
This will be accomplished by finishing going over Unit 12 packet worksheet page 13 together as a class.
Activity 3
Objective - You will be able to fill in a function table but listing the input numbers, apply the function to calculate the result and list the outputs.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 13 packet worksheet page 4 together as a class.
Activity 4
Objective - You will be able to determine how well you understand Unit 11: Sections 7.7, 7.8, and the effects of changing one dimension to prepare for the Unit 11 Test.
This will be accomplished by taking Quiz 7.7, 7.8, and Dimensional Change.
Activity 5 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 6
Objective - You will be able to graph an equation (function) on the coordinate plane using a table to determine the ordered pairs.
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions in the following Edpuzzle Lessons:
(Due Wednesday) "Part 1 - 11.3: Graphing Linear Functions"
(Due Thursday) "Part 2 - 11.3: Graphing Linear Functions"
Activity 7
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
8.7 - The student will
a) investigate and solve practical problems involving volume and surface area of prisms, cylinders, cones, and pyramids; and
b) describe how changing one measured attribute of a figure affects the volume and surface area.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to calculate the probability of more than one event.
This will be accomplished by finishing going over Unit 12 packet worksheet page 12 together as a class.
Activity 2
Objective - You will be able to calculate the parts of the data given in a circle graph and be able to graph the circle graph.
This will be accomplished by finishing going over Unit 12 packet worksheet page 13 together as a class.
Activity 3
Objective - You will be able to fill in a function table but listing the input numbers, apply the function to calculate the result and list the outputs.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 13 packet worksheet page 4 together as a class.
Activity 4
Objective - You will be able to determine how well you understand Unit 11: Sections 7.7, 7.8, and the effects of changing one dimension to prepare for the Unit 11 Test.
This will be accomplished by taking Quiz 7.7, 7.8, and Dimensional Change.
Activity 5 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 6
Objective - You will be able to graph an equation (function) on the coordinate plane using a table to determine the ordered pairs.
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions in the following Edpuzzle Lessons:
(Due Wednesday) "Part 1 - 11.3: Graphing Linear Functions"
(Due Thursday) "Part 2 - 11.3: Graphing Linear Functions"
Activity 7
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
Monday, April 16
Today's SOL
8.7 - The student will
a) investigate and solve practical problems involving volume and surface area of prisms, cylinders, cones, and pyramids; and
b) describe how changing one measured attribute of a figure affects the volume and surface area.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to calculate the parts of the data given in a circle graph and be able to graph the circle graph.
This will be accomplished by finishing going over Unit 12 packet worksheet page 10 and 11 together as a class.
Activity 2
Objective - You will be able to fill in a function table but listing the input numbers, apply the function to calculate the result and list the outputs.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 13 packet worksheet page 3 together as a class.
Activity 4 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 5
Objective - You will be able to graph an equation (function) on the coordinate plane using a table to determine the ordered pairs.
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions in the following Edpuzzle Lessons:
(Due Wednesday) "Part 1 - 11.3: Graphing Linear Functions"
(Due Thursday) "Part 2 - 11.3: Graphing Linear Functions"
Activity 6
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
Homework
Study for Unit 11 Quiz - Sections 7.7, 7.8, & Changing Attributes of Prisms & Cylinders
Unit 11: Sections 7.7, 7.8, and Dimensional Change Practice Quiz
8.7 - The student will
a) investigate and solve practical problems involving volume and surface area of prisms, cylinders, cones, and pyramids; and
b) describe how changing one measured attribute of a figure affects the volume and surface area.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to calculate the parts of the data given in a circle graph and be able to graph the circle graph.
This will be accomplished by finishing going over Unit 12 packet worksheet page 10 and 11 together as a class.
Activity 2
Objective - You will be able to fill in a function table but listing the input numbers, apply the function to calculate the result and list the outputs.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 13 packet worksheet page 3 together as a class.
Activity 4 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 5
Objective - You will be able to graph an equation (function) on the coordinate plane using a table to determine the ordered pairs.
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions in the following Edpuzzle Lessons:
(Due Wednesday) "Part 1 - 11.3: Graphing Linear Functions"
(Due Thursday) "Part 2 - 11.3: Graphing Linear Functions"
Activity 6
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
Homework
Study for Unit 11 Quiz - Sections 7.7, 7.8, & Changing Attributes of Prisms & Cylinders
Unit 11: Sections 7.7, 7.8, and Dimensional Change Practice Quiz
Friday, April 13
Today's SOL
8.7 - The student will
a) investigate and solve practical problems involving volume and surface area of prisms, cylinders, cones, and pyramids; and
b) describe how changing one measured attribute of a figure affects the volume and surface area.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to calculate the probability of and event where there are more than one events that occur.
This will be accomplished by finishing going over Unit 12 packet worksheet page 8 and all of page 9 together as a class.
Activity 2
Objective - You will be able to fill in a function table but listing the input numbers, apply the function to calculate the result and list the outputs.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 13 packet worksheet page 2 together as a class.
Activity 3
Objective - You will be able to determine how well you understand Unit 11: Sections 7.5 & 7.6 to prepare for the Unit 11 Test.
This will be accomplished by taking Quiz 7.5 & 7.6.
Activity 4 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 5
Objective - You will be able to solve for the output of a function given the input.
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions in the Edpuzzle Lesson "Part 3: 11.2 - Funtions"
Activity 6
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
8.7 - The student will
a) investigate and solve practical problems involving volume and surface area of prisms, cylinders, cones, and pyramids; and
b) describe how changing one measured attribute of a figure affects the volume and surface area.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to calculate the probability of and event where there are more than one events that occur.
This will be accomplished by finishing going over Unit 12 packet worksheet page 8 and all of page 9 together as a class.
Activity 2
Objective - You will be able to fill in a function table but listing the input numbers, apply the function to calculate the result and list the outputs.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 13 packet worksheet page 2 together as a class.
Activity 3
Objective - You will be able to determine how well you understand Unit 11: Sections 7.5 & 7.6 to prepare for the Unit 11 Test.
This will be accomplished by taking Quiz 7.5 & 7.6.
Activity 4 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 5
Objective - You will be able to solve for the output of a function given the input.
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions in the Edpuzzle Lesson "Part 3: 11.2 - Funtions"
Activity 6
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
Thursday, April 12
Today's SOL
8.6 - The student will
a) verify by measuring and describe the relationships among vertical angles, adjacent angles, supplementary angles, and complementary angles; and
b) measure angles of less than 360°.
8.7 - The student will
a) investigate and solve practical problems involving volume and surface area of prisms, cylinders, cones, and pyramids; and
b) describe how changing one measured attribute of a figure affects the volume and surface area.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to calculate the change in volume and surface area of a prism if one dimension is changed.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 11 packet worksheet page 11 together as a class.
Activity 2
Objective - You will be able to calculate the probability of and event where there are more than one events that occur.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 12 packet worksheet page 8 together as a class.
Activity 3
Objective - You will be able to define terms that relate to functions, input, output, domain, range, independent variables, and independent variables.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 13 packet worksheet page 1 together as a class.
Activity 4 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 5
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
Homework
Study for Unit 11 Quiz - Sections 7.5 & 7.6
Unit 11: Sections 7.5 & 7.6 Practice Quiz
8.6 - The student will
a) verify by measuring and describe the relationships among vertical angles, adjacent angles, supplementary angles, and complementary angles; and
b) measure angles of less than 360°.
8.7 - The student will
a) investigate and solve practical problems involving volume and surface area of prisms, cylinders, cones, and pyramids; and
b) describe how changing one measured attribute of a figure affects the volume and surface area.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to calculate the change in volume and surface area of a prism if one dimension is changed.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 11 packet worksheet page 11 together as a class.
Activity 2
Objective - You will be able to calculate the probability of and event where there are more than one events that occur.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 12 packet worksheet page 8 together as a class.
Activity 3
Objective - You will be able to define terms that relate to functions, input, output, domain, range, independent variables, and independent variables.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 13 packet worksheet page 1 together as a class.
Activity 4 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 5
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
Homework
Study for Unit 11 Quiz - Sections 7.5 & 7.6
Unit 11: Sections 7.5 & 7.6 Practice Quiz
Wednesday, April 11
Today's SOL
8.6 - The student will
a) verify by measuring and describe the relationships among vertical angles, adjacent angles, supplementary angles, and complementary angles; and
b) measure angles of less than 360°.
8.7 - The student will
a) investigate and solve practical problems involving volume and surface area of prisms, cylinders, cones, and pyramids; and
b) describe how changing one measured attribute of a figure affects the volume and surface area.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to determine how well you understand Unit 10 Material.
This will be accomplished by taking the Unit 10 Test.
Activity 2 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 3
Objective - You will be able to define and determine what a function is.
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions in the Edpuzzle Lesson "Algebra Basics: What Are Functions? - Math Antics"
Activity 4
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
8.6 - The student will
a) verify by measuring and describe the relationships among vertical angles, adjacent angles, supplementary angles, and complementary angles; and
b) measure angles of less than 360°.
8.7 - The student will
a) investigate and solve practical problems involving volume and surface area of prisms, cylinders, cones, and pyramids; and
b) describe how changing one measured attribute of a figure affects the volume and surface area.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to determine how well you understand Unit 10 Material.
This will be accomplished by taking the Unit 10 Test.
Activity 2 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 3
Objective - You will be able to define and determine what a function is.
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions in the Edpuzzle Lesson "Algebra Basics: What Are Functions? - Math Antics"
Activity 4
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
Tuesday, April 10
Today's SOL
8.6 - The student will
a) verify by measuring and describe the relationships among vertical angles, adjacent angles, supplementary angles, and complementary angles; and
b) measure angles of less than 360°.
8.7 - The student will
a) investigate and solve practical problems involving volume and surface area of prisms, cylinders, cones, and pyramids; and
b) describe how changing one measured attribute of a figure affects the volume and surface area.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to calculate the change in volume and surface area of a prism if one dimension is changed.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 11 packet worksheet page 10 together as a class.
Activity 2
Objective - You will be able to calculate the probability of and event where there are more than one events that occur.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 12 packet worksheet pages 6 & 7 together as a class.
Activity 3 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 4
Objective - You will be able to define and determine what a function is.
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions in the Edpuzzle Lesson "Part 2: 11.2 - Funtions"
Activity 5
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
Homework
Study for Unit 10 Test
Unit 10 Practice Test
8.6 - The student will
a) verify by measuring and describe the relationships among vertical angles, adjacent angles, supplementary angles, and complementary angles; and
b) measure angles of less than 360°.
8.7 - The student will
a) investigate and solve practical problems involving volume and surface area of prisms, cylinders, cones, and pyramids; and
b) describe how changing one measured attribute of a figure affects the volume and surface area.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to calculate the change in volume and surface area of a prism if one dimension is changed.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 11 packet worksheet page 10 together as a class.
Activity 2
Objective - You will be able to calculate the probability of and event where there are more than one events that occur.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 12 packet worksheet pages 6 & 7 together as a class.
Activity 3 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 4
Objective - You will be able to define and determine what a function is.
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions in the Edpuzzle Lesson "Part 2: 11.2 - Funtions"
Activity 5
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
Homework
Study for Unit 10 Test
Unit 10 Practice Test
Monday, April 9
Today's SOL
8.6 - The student will
a) verify by measuring and describe the relationships among vertical angles, adjacent angles, supplementary angles, and complementary angles; and
b) measure angles of less than 360°.
8.7 - The student will
a) investigate and solve practical problems involving volume and surface area of prisms, cylinders, cones, and pyramids; and
b) describe how changing one measured attribute of a figure affects the volume and surface area.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to calculate the total possible outcomes of an event using the fundamental counting principal.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 12 packet worksheet pages 3, 4, and 5 together as a class.
Activity 2 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 3
Objective - You will be able to define and determine what a function is.
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions in the Edpuzzle Lesson "Part 1: 11.2 - Funtions"
Activity 4
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
8.6 - The student will
a) verify by measuring and describe the relationships among vertical angles, adjacent angles, supplementary angles, and complementary angles; and
b) measure angles of less than 360°.
8.7 - The student will
a) investigate and solve practical problems involving volume and surface area of prisms, cylinders, cones, and pyramids; and
b) describe how changing one measured attribute of a figure affects the volume and surface area.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to calculate the total possible outcomes of an event using the fundamental counting principal.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 12 packet worksheet pages 3, 4, and 5 together as a class.
Activity 2 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 3
Objective - You will be able to define and determine what a function is.
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions in the Edpuzzle Lesson "Part 1: 11.2 - Funtions"
Activity 4
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
Friday, April 6
Today's SOL
8.6 - The student will
a) verify by measuring and describe the relationships among vertical angles, adjacent angles, supplementary angles, and complementary angles; and
b) measure angles of less than 360°.
8.7 - The student will
a) investigate and solve practical problems involving volume and surface area of prisms, cylinders, cones, and pyramids; and
b) describe how changing one measured attribute of a figure affects the volume and surface area.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to calculate the surface area of a Prism and Cylinder.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 11 packet worksheet page 9 together as a class.
Activity 2
Objective - You will be able to calculate the probability of a simple event (such as pulling something out of a container)
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 12 packet worksheet page 2 together as a class.
Activity 3 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 4
Objective - You will be able to calculate the probability of multiple events as a fraction or percent.
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions in the Edpuzzle Lesson "11.6 - Scatter Plots"
Activity 5
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
8.6 - The student will
a) verify by measuring and describe the relationships among vertical angles, adjacent angles, supplementary angles, and complementary angles; and
b) measure angles of less than 360°.
8.7 - The student will
a) investigate and solve practical problems involving volume and surface area of prisms, cylinders, cones, and pyramids; and
b) describe how changing one measured attribute of a figure affects the volume and surface area.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to calculate the surface area of a Prism and Cylinder.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 11 packet worksheet page 9 together as a class.
Activity 2
Objective - You will be able to calculate the probability of a simple event (such as pulling something out of a container)
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 12 packet worksheet page 2 together as a class.
Activity 3 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 4
Objective - You will be able to calculate the probability of multiple events as a fraction or percent.
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions in the Edpuzzle Lesson "11.6 - Scatter Plots"
Activity 5
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
Thursday, April 5
Today's SOL
8.6 - The student will
a) verify by measuring and describe the relationships among vertical angles, adjacent angles, supplementary angles, and complementary angles; and
b) measure angles of less than 360°.
8.7 - The student will
a) investigate and solve practical problems involving volume and surface area of prisms, cylinders, cones, and pyramids; and
b) describe how changing one measured attribute of a figure affects the volume and surface area.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to find the scale change and the effect that the scale change has on the Volume of a Prism and Cylinder.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 11 packet worksheet page 8 together as a class.
Activity 2
Objective - You will be able to determine how well you understand Unit 10: Sections 7.3 & 7.4 to prepare for the Unit 10 Test.
This will be accomplished by taking Quiz 7.3 & 7.4.
Activity 3 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 4
Objective - You will be able to calculate the probability of multiple events as a fraction or percent.
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions in the Edpuzzle Lesson "9.2 - Circle Graphs"
Activity 5
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
8.6 - The student will
a) verify by measuring and describe the relationships among vertical angles, adjacent angles, supplementary angles, and complementary angles; and
b) measure angles of less than 360°.
8.7 - The student will
a) investigate and solve practical problems involving volume and surface area of prisms, cylinders, cones, and pyramids; and
b) describe how changing one measured attribute of a figure affects the volume and surface area.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to find the scale change and the effect that the scale change has on the Volume of a Prism and Cylinder.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 11 packet worksheet page 8 together as a class.
Activity 2
Objective - You will be able to determine how well you understand Unit 10: Sections 7.3 & 7.4 to prepare for the Unit 10 Test.
This will be accomplished by taking Quiz 7.3 & 7.4.
Activity 3 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 4
Objective - You will be able to calculate the probability of multiple events as a fraction or percent.
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions in the Edpuzzle Lesson "9.2 - Circle Graphs"
Activity 5
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
Wednesday, April 4
Today's SOL
8.6 - The student will
a) verify by measuring and describe the relationships among vertical angles, adjacent angles, supplementary angles, and complementary angles; and
b) measure angles of less than 360°.
8.7 - The student will
a) investigate and solve practical problems involving volume and surface area of prisms, cylinders, cones, and pyramids; and
b) describe how changing one measured attribute of a figure affects the volume and surface area.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to find the scale change and the effect that the scale change has on the Volume of a Prism and Cylinder.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 11 packet worksheet page7 together as a class.
Activity 2
Objective - You will be able to determine what you know or what you need to study for the quiz tomorrow.
This will be accomplished by going over Quiz review together as a class.
Activity 3
Objective - You will be able to calculate probability of simple events as a fraction, decimal and percent.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 12 packet worksheet page1 together as a class.
Activity 4 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 5
Objective - You will be able to calculate the probability of multiple events as a fraction or percent.
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions in the Edpuzzle Lesson "Part 3 - 8.5: Probability of Compound Events"
Activity 6
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
Homework
Study for Quiz 7.3 & 7.4
Unit 10: Sections 7.3 & 7.4 Practice Quiz
8.6 - The student will
a) verify by measuring and describe the relationships among vertical angles, adjacent angles, supplementary angles, and complementary angles; and
b) measure angles of less than 360°.
8.7 - The student will
a) investigate and solve practical problems involving volume and surface area of prisms, cylinders, cones, and pyramids; and
b) describe how changing one measured attribute of a figure affects the volume and surface area.
8.12 - The student will determine the probability of independent and dependent events with and without replacement.
Activity 1
Objective - You will be able to find the scale change and the effect that the scale change has on the Volume of a Prism and Cylinder.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 11 packet worksheet page7 together as a class.
Activity 2
Objective - You will be able to determine what you know or what you need to study for the quiz tomorrow.
This will be accomplished by going over Quiz review together as a class.
Activity 3
Objective - You will be able to calculate probability of simple events as a fraction, decimal and percent.
This will be accomplished by going over Unit 12 packet worksheet page1 together as a class.
Activity 4 (ONLY IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU)
Objective - You will catch up on any missing Edpuzzle Lessons that were assigned from previous classes. These may be from absences or due to being reset because of a score that was below 50%
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions on any Edpuzzle lessons that say "Continue" or "Start".
Activity 5
Objective - You will be able to calculate the probability of multiple events as a fraction or percent.
This will be accomplished by watching and answering questions in the Edpuzzle Lesson "Part 3 - 8.5: Probability of Compound Events"
Activity 6
Objective - If finished with all Edpuzzle Lessons, you will understand the material better through practice in the IXL program.
This will be accomplished by working on the IXL lessons located on the Spreadsheet in your Google Starred Folder
Homework
Study for Quiz 7.3 & 7.4
Unit 10: Sections 7.3 & 7.4 Practice Quiz