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**** The following assignments are an outline of the content that will be covered. If you are absent, you will need to complete the assignments listed here. However, in class we will not necessarily complete all of these problems, and other information may be presented. We may also complete group activities not listed here. Make sure to copy another student's agenda when you return from an absence for the most up-to-date information.
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1/9: 6-6 Percent of Change, p. 358-361, HW: WB 6-6 both
1/10: Complete discussion of Percent of Change, 6-7 Simple Interest, p. 362-365, HW: WB 6-7 both
1/13: Complete discussion of 6-7 Simple Interest, HW: p. 370-371, 1-25
1/14: quiz, p. 366, grade and discuss, continue Chapter 6 Study Guide, p. 371-372, HW: finish study guide
1/15: Discuss and finish Chapter 6 Study Guide, HW: p. 374-375, all, justify each and every answer
1/16: Chapter 6 Assessment, HW: Inverse Variation, p. 318-319, read and complete problems, expect a quiz over this material tomorrow
1/17: Grade and discuss p. 374-375, and page 318-319, HW: WB 7-2 both
1/20: Martin Luther King Day- http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/kids/history-kids/mlk-day-vin-kids/
1/21: 7-8 Populations and Samples, p. 418-42, and 7-9 Scatter Plots, p.423-425 (substitute teacher), HW: WB 7-7 and 7-8 both
1/22: Snow Day!
1/23: 7-5 Box-and-Whisker Plots, p. 398-401, HW: WB 7-5 both
1/24: 2 hour delay, continue Box-and-Whisker, HW: p. 400-401
1/27: A-7 Comparing Samples and Populations, p. AT17-18, begin discussion of Constructed Response Assessment from October,(if you are absent on the days that we discuss the CRA, make sure to review another student's notes, because there will be another assessment based on these tasks) HW: p. 442-443, 1-10, S1 and S2, make sure to justify each and every answer
1/28-1/29: Snow Days!
1/30: Grade and discuss p. 442-443, Constructed Response Discussions, HW: read and complete p.454-457, 1-21, 27-32
1/31: Teacher Work Day
2/3: Constructed Response discussions, HW: read and complete p. 460-463, 1-22, 28-35
2/4: Quiz over vocabulary in 8-3, complete discussion of Constructed Response, HW: p. 466
2/5: p. 691, 2-step Equations, p. 694-695, 12-1 Solving 2-step Equations, p. 696-699, HW: WB 12-1, make sure to show each step
2/6: Continue discussion of 12-1, HW: worksheet
2/7: Hoops for Heart
2/10: Grade p. 691 and worksheet from Thursday, 12-2 Solving Multi-step Equations, p. 700-703, HW: WB 12-2 both
2/11: Continue discussion of 12-2, HW: finish classwork
2/12: Snow Day! Don't forget to complete the Snow Day Packet:) It is due when we return.
2/13-14: Snow Day!
2/17: Turn in Snow Day packet (Discovery Assessment), 12-3 Solving Equations with Variables on both sides, p. 704-707, HW: WB 12-3 both
2/18: Continue discussion of 12-3, HW: finish p. 706-707
2/19: Quiz for 12-1 to 12-3, p. 708, HW: p. 709 write equation and solve
2/20: Grade and discuss p. 708-709, grade and discuss snow day packet (Discovery Assessment), HW: read pages 640-641, complete p. 642, 1-15, 22-26
2/21: 11-2 Experimental Probability, p. 644-647, HW: WB 11-2 both
2/24: Extra-Credit due Monday, 3/3, Discuss 11-2 and Discovery Assessment, 11-3 Sample Spaces p. 648-651, HW: WB 11-3 both
2/25: 11-4 Theoretical Probability p. 652-655, HW: 11-4 both
2/26: 11-5 Making Predictions, p. 658-661, HW: WB 11-5 both
2/27: Assessment for 11-1 to 11-5, p. 664, HW: p. 682-683, 1-16
2/28:Agenda Check, Constructed Response Assessment, HW: p. 688-689, 1-12, S1, S2, S3- Justify all answers
3/3: Extra-Credit due today, finish p. 664, and grade, Grade and discuss p. 688-689, HW: 12-4 surface area worksheet
3/4: 11-6 Probability of Independent and Dependent Events, p. 666-669, HW: WB 11-6 both
3/5: Discuss Discovery Assessment Packet, 10-1 Introduction to 3-D Figures, p. 588-593, HW: WB 9-5 both
3/6: 10-2 Volume of Prisms and Cylinders, p. 596-599, HW: WB 10-2 both