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7th Grade Archives- 2nd Trimester

Page history last edited by katieverlin 6 years, 7 months ago

3/9-3/13:

A Look at the Week Ahead:
Concepts covered this week include: graphing linear equations and functions based on real-world situations; use and understand exponent rules to compute numbers with exponents.

 

Homework:

 

Monday 3/9:
Worksheet
  

 Tuesday 3/10:
Worksheet

     

Wednesday 3/11:
Same as Tuesday- no class today
       

Thursday 3/12:
Worksheet

 

Friday 3/13:
No homework  

 

3/2-3/6:

A Look at the Week Ahead:
Concepts covered this week include: We are going to be working on an integrated project with social studies about water usage. Math concepts covered are as follows: converting to scientific notation, calculating percentages, creating circle graphs, and researching and analyzing data.  Students will also work on a life-sized stained glass project, as an extension of the stained glass project that students completed a couple of weeks ago.

 

Water, Water, Water Project

 

Homework:

 

 

 

Monday 3/2:
Complete "Personal Water Usage" section of Phase II
Read all 3 articles under "African Water Needs" section
  

 Tuesday 3/3:
Complete "African Water Needs" analysis

     

Wednesday 3/4:
Water Project due Friday- if you need to complete any components, they need to be done by Friday
       

Thursday 3/5:
No class today- Complete Water Project

 

Friday 3/6:
No homework     

 

2/23-2/27:

A Look at the Week Ahead:
Concepts covered this week include: We are going to be working on an integrated project with social studies about water usage. Math concepts covered are as follows: converting to scientific notation, calculating percentages, creating circle graphs, and researching and analyzing data.

 

Monday's Class Directions:

You should've gathered your data over the weekend.  You are going to continue working on your Water project.  Most of you are finishing up with converting the data into scientific notation and are onto the calculating percentages (in decimal form).  The directions of this are under "Phase I", number #3. 

 

Continue working and following the directions as they are written.  You may go onto Phase II if you finish Phase I.

 

Homework- finish calculating percentages and converting to scientific notation.

 

 

Water, Water, Water Project

 

Homework:

 

 

 

Monday 2/23:
Finish calculating percentages and converting to scientific notation from Phase I
  

 Tuesday 2/24:
Complete Phase I, if not completed in class

     

Wednesday 2/25:
Complete Phase I 
       

Thursday 2/26:
No class today- Complete Phase I

 

Friday 2/27:
No class today (due to 2-hour delay)- you must finish all aspects of Phase I by Monday.  We are moving onto Phase II on Monday.

 

2/16-2/20:

A Look at the Week Ahead:
Concepts covered this week include: We are going to be working on an integrated project with social studies about water usage. Math concepts covered are as follows: converting to scientific notation, calculating percentages, creating circle graphs, and researching and analyzing data.

 

 

Water, Water, Water Project

 

Homework:

 

 

 

Monday 2/16:
No School
  

 Tuesday 2/17:
No School

     

Wednesday 2/18:
No School 
       

Thursday 2/19:
No School

 

Friday 2/20:
Complete your household water data spreadsheet- due Monday

 

2/9-2/13:

Important Reminders:

Extra Help sessions are available on Mondays and Thursdays from 3:30-4:00 p.m. in KHE.

Chapter 10 (Linear Graphing and Slope) quiz: Wednesday 2/11

 

     A Look at the Week Ahead:
Concepts covered this week include: construct the Cartesian coordinate system and state the coordinate point on it; plot a graph of a set of ordered pairs; draw the graph of a linear relationship; define linear relationships between two variables; and find the slopes of linear graphs.  Chapter 10 (Linear Graphing & Slope) Quiz on Wednesday  

 

 

Homework:

 

 

 

Monday 2/9:
Review worksheet
Stained Glass due Wednesday
Study for Chapter 10 Quiz Wednesday
  

 Tuesday 2/10:
Stained Glass due tomorrow
Quiz tomorrow

     

Wednesday 2/11:
No homework
       

Thursday 2/12:
No homework- no class today

 

Friday 2/13:
No homework         

 

2/2-2/6:

Important Reminders:

Extra Help sessions are available on Mondays and Thursdays from 3:30-4:00 p.m. in KHE.

Proportions Redo Classroom assignment Friday 2/6
For extra practice, use page 234 (in WB 7B) #2-7


Chapter 10 (Linear Graphing and Slope) quiz: Wednesday 2/11

 

     A Look at the Week Ahead:
Concepts covered this week include: construct the Cartesian coordinate system and state the coordinate point on it; plot a graph of a set of ordered pairs; draw the graph of a linear relationship; define linear relationships between two variables; and find the slopes of linear graphs.  

 

 

Homework:

 

 

 

Monday 2/2:
Workbook 7B page 29 #1-2
  

 Tuesday 2/3:
Workbook 7B page 36 #3-4

     

Wednesday 2/4:
Stained Glass due Wednesday 2/11
       

Thursday 2/5:
Prepare for redo work on Friday
Stained Glass due Wednesday 2/11

 

Friday 2/6:
No homework         

 

1/26-1/30:

A Look at the Week Ahead:
Concepts covered this week include: understand the idea of a sequence; find the terms of a sequence; find the formula for the general term of a sequence; and solve problems involving sequences and number patterns.  Students will also construct the Cartesian coordinate system and state the coordinate system and coordinate points on it; plot a graph of a set of ordered pairs; draw the graph of a linear relationship; define linear relationships between two variables; and find the slopes of linear lines.

 

 

Homework:

 

 

 

Monday 1/26:
Workbook 7B page 7 #7-8 & Workbook 7B page 13 #8-9
  

 Tuesday 1/27:
Get GRS signed

     

Wednesday 1/28:
Workbook 7B page 22 #1-3
GRS signed by Friday 
       

Thursday 1/29:
Workbook 7B page 29 #3-5
GRS signed by Friday

 

Friday 1/30:
No homework         

 

1/19-1/23:

 A Look at the Week Ahead:
Concepts covered this week include: identify mutually exclusive events; understand & apply the addition of probabilities for mutually exclusive events; identify independent events; understand & apply the multiplication of probabilities for independent events; and apply probability concepts to solve real-world problems.

 

 

Homework:

 

 

 

Monday 1/19:
No homework- No School today
  

 Tuesday 1/20:
No homework- completed practice work in class

     

Wednesday 1/21:
Workbook page 226 #1-2 
       

Thursday 1/22:
Workbook page 229

 

Friday 1/23:
No homework         

 

1/12-1/16:

 A Look at the Week Ahead:
Concepts covered this week include: Calculate probabilities for chance experiments that do not have equally likely outcomes, use possibility diagrams and tree diagrams to solve probability problems, determine probabilities with mutually exclusive events and independent events. Probability Quiz Friday 1/16.

 

Probability Quiz items: chance experiments, probability scale, estimating probability by collecting data, calculating chance experiments with equally likely outcomes and outcomes that are not equally likely.

 

 

Homework:

 

 

 

Monday 1/12:
Probability Lesson #5 worksheet
Study for Probability Quiz Friday 1/16
  

 Tuesday 1/13:
Resend Misleading Graph Project Data if Mrs. Verlin contacted you
Study for Probability Quiz Friday 1/16

     

Wednesday 1/14:
Study for Probability Quiz Friday 1/16 
       

Thursday 1/15:
Same as Wednesday (no class today)

 

Friday 1/16:
No homework         

 

1/5-1/9:

 A Look at the Week Ahead:
Concepts covered this week include: Estimate probabilities by collecting data on a chance experiment, use data to estimate probabilities, determine possible outcomes for simple chance experiments, determine the sample space for an experiment, and distinguish between chance experiments with equally likely outcomes and those with outcomes that are not equally likely.

 

 

Homework:

 

Monday 1/4:

Probability Lesson #2 worksheet
  

 Tuesday 1/5:
Same as Monday (no class today)      

 

Wednesday 1/6:
Same as Monday (no class today) 
       

Thursday 1/7:
Same as Monday (no class today- due to 2 hour delay)

 

Friday 1/8:
None       

    

 

12/15-12/19:

 A Look at the Week Ahead:
Concepts covered this week include: Collect and create graph that will "mislead" the public based on what we learned last week, review data collection and misleading graphs.  Open Note Quiz Wednesday (12/17) on Misleading Graphs and Data collection.  Misleading Data Project due Thursday 12/18.

 

Misleading Data Project

 

Homework:

 

 

 

Monday 12/15:
Work on Misleading Data Project- due Thursday

Open Notes Quiz Wednesday (12/17)

 

 Tuesday 12/9:
Misleading Data Project- due Thursday
Open Notes Quiz tomorrow (12/17)
      

Wednesday 12/10:
Complete Misleading Data Project- due tomorrow
       

Thursday 12/11:
No homework.

 

Friday 12/12:
No homework!  Have a fantastic break!! :) :)
    

 

12/8-12/12:

 A Look at the Week Ahead:
Concepts covered this week include: Finding probability of different events, using central tendencies to graph and analyze data, and analyze graphs to determine if they are misleading.

 

Misleading Data Project

 

Service Learning-

 

New Leaf Foundation - Group 1: Read the information under the tab "About Us- Mission & History".  Take notes and be ready to share with the group.

 

Group 2: Read the information under the tab "About Us- What We Do."  Take notes and be ready to share with the group.

 

South Charlotte News article - Group 3: Read the article, take notes, and be ready to share what you have learned with the group.

 

Southpark Magazine article- Group 4: Read the article, take notes, and be ready to share what you have learned with the group.

 

Homework:

 

 

 

Monday 12/8:
No homework- ERB today and 2 hour class time 

 

 Tuesday 12/9:
Complete "Misleading Advertising" work from today's class (due Thursday- no class tomorrow)      

Wednesday 12/10:
Same as Tuesday- no class today
       

Thursday 12/11:
Submit survey question to Mrs. Verlin via Google Doc

 

Friday 12/12:
If you did not complete your survey data- please do so this weekend.  Project is due Thursday 12/18.
Have a great weekend :)

12/1-12/5:

A Look at the Week Ahead:
Concepts covered this week include: understanding the meaning of ratios, simplifying ratios, solving problems involving ratios, finding average rate, and speed.

 

Service Learning-

 

New Leaf Foundation - Group 1: Read the information under the tab "About Us- Mission & History".  Take notes and be ready to share with the group.

 

Group 2: Read the information under the tab "About Us- What We Do."  Take notes and be ready to share with the group.

 

South Charlotte News article - Group 3: Read the article, take notes, and be ready to share what you have learned with the group.

 

Southpark Magazine article- Group 4: Read the article, take notes, and be ready to share what you have learned with the group.

 

Homework:

 

 

 

Monday 12/1:
Workbook page 139 #1 g-j, #2, & #4 c-d 

 

 Tuesday 12/2:
Workbook page 139      

Wednesday 12/3:
Worksheet- finish what we were working on in class
       

Thursday 12/4:
Workbook page 149 #3-5

 

Friday 12/5:
No Homework.  Have a great weekend :)
 

 

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