8th Grade MATH Assignments

Instructor
Mrs. Lilia Patriarca
Term
2019-2020 School Year
Grade Level
8th Grade
Description
 

Welcome to Math class! My name is Lilia Patriarca and I am the middle school teacher in math.   I hope that you are as excited as I am about the school year. I want you to become familiar with my expectations and responsibilities. Below is the information that is most likely to have a profound effect on the success and well-being of your child in my class.


St. Finn Barr School uses the math curriculum and objectives that are based on the Common Core State Standards of California.

Grade 6

Source: CA Common Core Standards

Grade 7

Source: CA Common Core Standards

Grade 8

Source: CA Common Core Standards

Ratios and Proportional Relationships

  • Understand ratio concepts and use ratio reasoning to solve problems.

The Number System

  • Apply and extend previous understandings of multiplication and division to divide fractions by fractions.
  • Multiply and divide multi-digit numbers and find common factors and multiples.
  • Apply and extend previous understandings of numbers to the system of rational numbers.

Expressions and Equations

  • Apply and extend previous understandings of arithmetic to algebraic expressions.
  • Reason about and solve one-variable equations and inequalities.
  • Represent and analyze quantitative relationships between dependent and independent variables.

Geometry

  • Solve real-world and mathematical problems involving area, surface area, and volume.

Statistics and Probability

  • Develop an understanding of statistical variability.
  • Summarize and describe distributions.

Ratios and Proportional Relationships

  • Analyze proportional relationships and use them to solve real-world and mathematical problems.

The Number System

  • Apply and extend previous understandings of operations with fractions to add, subtract, multiply, and divide rational numbers.

Expressions and Equations

  • Use properties of operations to generate equivalent expressions.
  • Solve real-life and mathematical problems using numerical and algebraic expressions and equations.

Geometry

  • Draw, construct and describe geometrical figures and describe the relationships between them.

  • Solve real-life and mathematical problems involving angle measure, area, surface area, and volume.

Statistics and Probability

  • Use random sampling to draw inferences about a population.
  • Draw informal comparative inferences about two populations.
  • Investigate chance processes and develop, use, and evaluate probability models.

The Number System

  • Know that there are numbers that are not rational, and approximate them by rational numbers.

Expressions and Equations

  • Work with radicals and integer exponents.
  • Understand the connections between proportional relationships, lines, and linear equations.
  • Analyze and solve linear equations and pairs of simultaneous linear equations.

Functions

  • Define, evaluate, and compare functions.
  • Use functions to model relationships between quantities.

Geometry

  • Understand congruence and similarity using physical models, transparencies, or geometry software.
  • Understand and apply the Pythagorean Theorem.
  • Solve real-world and mathematical problems involving a volume of cylinders, cones, and spheres.

Statistics and Probability

  • Investigate patterns of association in bivariate data.

The eight Standards for Mathematical Practice are: (Source: http://www.corestandards.org

  1. Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them.
  2. Reason abstractly and quantitatively.
  3. Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.
  4. The model with mathematics.
  5. Use appropriate tools strategically.
  6. Attend to precision.
  7. Look for and make use of structure.
  8. Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning.

The students are introduced to the following lessons and expected to learn and master the skills at the end of the academic year.

    6th Grade

Text: California GO Math Grade 6

7th Grade

Text: California GO Math Accelerated Grade 7

 8th Grade

Text: CA Algebra 1 Analyze.Connect.Explore

Unit 1 Numbers

  • Module 1 Integers
  • Module 2 Factors and Multiples
  • Module 3 Rational Numbers

Unit 1 The Number System

  • Module 1 Adding and Subtracting Integers
  • Module 2 Multiplying and Dividing Integers
  • Module 3 Rational Numbers

Unit 1A Numbers and Expressions

  • Module 1 Relationships Between Quantities
  • Module 2 Exponents and Real Numbers
  • Module 3 Expressions

Unit 2 Number Operations

  • Module 4 Operations with Fractions
  • Module 5 Operations with Decimals

Unit 2 Ratios and Proportional 2 Relationships

  • Module 4 Ratios and Proportionality
  • Module 5 Proportions and Percent

Unit 1B Equations and 1B Functions

  • Module 4 Equations and Inequalities in One Variable
  • Module 5 Equations in Two Variables and Functions

Unit 3 Proportionality: Ratios and Rates

  • Module 6 Representing Ratios and Rates
  • Module 7 Applying Ratios and Rates
  • Module 8 Percents

Unit 3 Expressions, Equations, and Inequalities

  • Module 6 Expressions and Equations
  • Module 7 Inequalities

Unit 2A Linear Relationships

  • Module 6 Linear Functions
  • Module 7 Building Linear Functions
  • Module 8 Modeling with Linear Functions
  • Module 9 Systems of Equations and Inequalities

Unit 4 Equivalent Expressions

  • Module 9 Generating Equivalent Numerical Expressions
  • Module 10 Generating Equivalent Algebraic Expressions

Unit 4 Geometry

  • Module 8 Modeling Geometric Figures
  • Module 9 Circumference, Area, and Volume

Unit 2B Exponential 2B Relationships

  • Module 10 Exponential Functions and Equations
  • Module 11 Modeling with Exponential Functions

Unit 5 Equations and Inequalities

  • Module 11 Equations and Relationships
  • Module 12 Relationships in Two Variables

Unit 5 Statistics

  • Module 10 Analyzing and Comparing Data
  • Module 11 Random Samples and Populations

Unit 3 Statistics and Data

  • Module 12 Descriptive Statistics
  • Module 13 Data Displays

Unit 6 Relationships in Geometry

  • Module 13 Area and Polygons
  • Module 14 Distance and Area in the Coordinate Plane
  • Module 15 Surface Area and Volume of Solids

Unit 6 Probability

  • Module 12 Experimental Probability
  • Module 13 Theoretical Probability and Simulations

Unit 4 Polynomial Expressions 4 and Equations

  • Module 14 Polynomials and Operations
  • Module 15 Factoring Polynomials
  • Module 16 Solving Quadratic Equations

Unit 7 Measurement and Data

  • Module 16 Displaying, Analyzing, and Summarizing Data

Unit 7 Real Numbers, Exponents, and Scientific Notation

  • Module 14 Real Numbers
  • Module 15 Exponents and Scientific Notation

Unit 5 Functions and Modeling

  • Module 17 Quadratic Functions
  • Module 18 Piecewise and Absolute Value Functions
  • Module 19 Square Root and Cube Root Functions
 

Unit 8 Linear Relationships and Equations

  • Module 16 Proportional Relationships
  • Module 17 Nonproportional Relationships
  • Module 18 Solving Linear Equations
 
 

Unit 9 Transformational 9 Geometry

  • Module 19 Transformations and Congruence
  • Module 20 Transformations and Similarity
 
 

Unit 10 Measurement Geometry

  • Module 21 Angle Relationships in Parallel Lines and Triangles
  • Module 22 Volume
  • The Pythagorean Theorem
 

Textbook: GO MATH 2015  

At the beginning of school year, each student receives a copy of the print version of their math textbook which they can use to actively participate in their learning. They can explore concepts, take notes, answer questions, and complete their homework right in their textbook. Below are some of the resources that are in the textbook that your child can use to enhance their learning.  I hope that the curriculum and resources I am providing the students will motivate them to learn challenging concepts in math and, therefore, will develop strong mathematical thinking.

  • Holt McDougal Online

Website:  https://my.hrw.com This is an electronic version of the math book. Students can view and/or print the practice pages in case they forget to take their textbook home. To access the website, your child will need to use his or her username and password that I have provided during the first week of school.

  • This is a video tutorial that provides step-by-step instructions of the math concepts covered in each example. Students can also scan QR codes with their smartphone to watch Math on the Spot tutorial videos for every example in the book.
  • The Personal Math Trainer lets your child practice, take quizzes, and get homework help with instant feedback. It also provides a variety of learning aids that develop and improve their understanding of math concepts, including videos, guided examples, and step-by-step solutions.

  • Animated Math provides students virtual manipulatives to interactively explore and practice key math concepts and skills.

IXL is a web-based learning program that integrates home and school learning via the Internet. They help students enjoy math and review math skills taught in the classroom by playing games online as well as mastering the common core standards.  It is also a useful tool to help the students advance or review skills in math. Students have access to Kinder through 12th level math.  Most of the students enjoy math when they learn new skills and are able to grasp them. Some of the students have told me that using IXL has helped them prepare before a lesson has even been taught which helps them to already know what's happening. IXL is not only useful for strengthening the math skills of the students after the lesson is taught, but it also helps the students understand when they make mistakes in solving the problems because it has correct and detailed explanations with illustrations of the answers to each question.  I strongly encourage parents to support and monitor the weekly reports of their child’s progress and achievement.  The username and password are the same as in previous years.

Necessary Materials

Your child will need to bring the following materials to class daily: textbook, notebook (strictly for math only), worksheets, pencils, ruler, red pen, binder papers, graph papers, highlighter, and a calculator.  Please be sure that your child is prepared with all the needed materials because it can be very disruptive if your child has to borrow items from their classmates.  

Classroom Rules and Consequences

In order for your child to have a positive environment for learning, our middle school rules of RESPECT, CONTRIBUTE, and FOLLOW must be observed by all of the students.  A classroom is a place for learning, and I expect that my students will work very hard and put forth their best effort even though the work may seem very challenging to them. If a student shows an unacceptable behavior, the discipline consequences will be imposed. See Handbook.

Attendance

Make school ATTENDANCE a PRIORITY. We will be moving through the lessons quickly throughout the school year. Excessive tardies or absences may be detrimental to student success in math.  We will follow the middle school protocol for absences and tardiness in the handbook which states that if your child is absent or tardy, it is his or her responsibility to make-up late assignments including finding the resources to help them understand the lesson they missed.

If you are aware that you will not be at school for more than one day due to a vacation you must inform me or the school at least one week ahead of time. I will give you the materials before you go on vacation. You also need to check the assignments posted online so you can turn in all of your assignments as soon as you return back to school.  If you need more time to complete your assignments, please see me about an appropriate time schedule for turning in work.

Procedures for Math Class

  1. Enter the room on time and sit quietly in your assigned seat.
  2. Read the directions on the board and follow all instructions. Please prepare all the necessary materials. Each student is responsible for classroom materials and supplies that are used during class. If you are borrowing the classroom materials, please put away such materials and supplies to their respective places upon completion of the assignment/activity.
  3. Use indoor behavior: voices, movements, and actions.
  4. Raise your hand to request permission to get out of your seat or use the bathroom. Remain seated unless permission is otherwise granted.
  5. When work is finished early:
  • Work on unfinished or ongoing assignments/projects.
  • Read a good book. Study your vocabulary.
  • Make a card for someone who needs one.
  • Draw a picture.
  1. Keep desks and floor clear of the trash.
  2. Keep all four legs of the chair on the floor.
  3. Pack up when given permission—not at the bell.
  4. Place the desks in their original positions. Return all materials to their places.
  5. Make sure you wrote down your homework assignments from the board before you leave the classroom.
  6. Please take ALL personal belongings with you when you leave.

Classwork/Homework

A five-subject notebook is REQUIRED for students to take thorough notes in class. Note-taking is an essential tool for each student to focus on math and be successful in their studies. The notebook must be neat and organized and the handwriting must be legible. To set up homework papers and classwork pages, write your first and last name, date, and assignment page numbers.  I strongly discourage students to use the pages for drawing or doodling unless I ask them to integrate art ideas into assignments being introduced.  Math notebook is used for problem-solving and summarizing concepts learned.

I require that students show all work to receive full credit. This step-by-step methodology not only reinforces concepts but prepares students for understanding and solving higher-level math. If students refuse to follow directions, they will receive a reduced credit.  Complete homework INDEPENDENTLY and turn in your work ON TIME. Give yourself a chance to learn by challenging yourself to practice the skills independently. Googling for answers online or copying homework from other students is cheating and not learning at all!.   If situations arise and assignments cannot be completed, you must bring a note from your parent (or parent may send an email) in lieu of the assignment and you may then make up the assignment the next day for full credit.

The headings of all assignments must be in the upper right-hand corner of the paper with your name, class, date, and assignment name. Failure to write your name will receive zero on the assignment. Homework will be collected in class.  Makeup work after absences should be placed in the Make-up Work Tray located on my desk.

Grading Policy

Teachers in middle school use weighted categories to calculate the grades each trimester. We then calculate the average of the three-trimesters grades for students’ final grades at the end of the academic year.


In math, I use points for student’s scores for all their assignments and tests. To calculate points earned:

  • Write a ratio:  total number of correct problems/total number of problems
  • Convert ratio to a percentage - divide the ratio and multiply by 100.
  • Round the decimal to the nearest whole number
  • Use the corresponding letter grade for the percentage earned.

A     

96%-100%

A-    

93%-95%

B+   

91%-92%

B   

 87%- 90%

B-  

 84%-86%

C+    

81%-83%

C   

 74%-80%

C-    

70%- 73%

D+   

67%-69%

D    

63%-66%

D-    

60%-62%

F  

59% - below


Math Weight Categories

  • Quizzes/Projects– 30%

Occasionally, the students will be given short tests or pop quizzes to check students’ understanding of the lessons.  It is important that they do their homework because the majority of pop quizzes will be taken from homework assignments. Doing projects in math is essential because math is everywhere and we use math every day.

  • Homework (IXL.com,HRW.com, and Worksheets) – 20%

Homework assignments are imperative.  They are opportunities for students to study independently and apply the concepts they have learned in the classroom.   Additionally, homework is not limited to completing worksheets but includes solving IXL exercises online.  To avoid frustration, the students will receive a grade of "A" if their score reaches 90 points. Scores that are more than 90 points will count as extra credit.  Aside from IXL, there will be online practices and quizzes that will be assigned from my.hrw.com, and the students are responsible to complete them before the due date, otherwise, they will lose access to the online assignments.

  • Classwork (Workbook, Textbook, Participation, Notes) – 20%

Classroom participation and note-taking are essential tools for each student to focus on math.  I expect enthusiasm and attentiveness in the classroom.  I also expect my students to not only participate in giving out answers but to ask questions if they do not understand the lesson.   Students are required to take notes in their math notebook, and it will be graded periodically based on seatwork and homework completion, organization, and neatness. Math notebook is used for problem-solving and summarizing concepts learned.

  • Module Tests – 30%

Module tests are important factors in determining whether or not the students have mastered the lessons.  In taking the tests, students will show the skills they mastered from each module.  Grades will be given based on how efficiently and clearly they have demonstrated the ability to solve the problems and in showing the process.

Communications with Parents

We work as a team and communication is the key to having a successful year for your child. Below are ways to support your child in their studies. If your child has any questions, concerns, and/or problems, please have them come and talk to me. One of my responsibilities as their teacher is to help them understand the required content, therefore, please tell them to not hesitate to ask for additional help in class if they do not understand something.


  • Edlio - Aside from writing the assignments on the board, teachers also post the homework online.  Go to the St. Finn Barr School website and click your child’s classroom to check their homework every day. Here is also the link to access it. http://www.stfinnbarr.org/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=174661&type=d&pREC_ID=classes. Please subscribe to your child’s classes so homework will be delivered to your email account.

  • School Speak - It is very beneficial if you can check your child’s grades regularly. In previous years, I encouraged parents to give their children the username and password to access their grades. Many of the students became concerned and responsible for their scores and achievements.


  • Call the school office at 415-333-1800 and leave a message. I will respond with a reasonable time frame.

I wish the very best to all of you as you begin your new school year. Let us work together to make this year rewarding and productive for us all.  Strive and always do your best! God bless you!

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From CA Grade 8 Math Common Core Standards
 
In grade 8, instructional time should focus on three critical areas: (1) formulating and reasoning about expressions and equations, including modeling an association in bivariate data with a linear equation, and solving linear equations and systems of linear equations; (2) grasping the concept of a function and using functions to describe quantitative relationships; (3) analyzing two- and three-dimensional space and figures using distance, angle, similarity, and congruence, and understanding and applying the Pythagorean Theorem.
 
(1) Students use linear equations and systems of linear equations to represent, analyze, and solve a variety of problems. Students recognize equations for proportions (y/x = m or y = mx) as special linear equations (y = mx + b), understanding that the constant of proportionality (m) is the slope, and the graphs are lines through the origin. They understand that the slope (m) of a line is a constant rate of change, so that if the input or x-coordinate changes by an amount A, the output or y-coordinate changes by the amount m . A. Students also use a linear equation to describe the association between two quantities in bivariate data (such as arm span versus height for students in a classroom). At this grade, fitting the model and assessing its fit to the data are done informally. Interpreting the model in the context of the data requires students to express a relationship between the two quantities in question and to interpret components of the relationship (such as slope and y-intercept) in terms of the situation. Students strategically choose and efficiently implement procedures to solve linear equations in one variable, understanding that when they use the properties of equality and the concept of logical equivalence, they maintain the solutions of the original equation. Students solve systems of two linear equations in two variables and relate the systems to pairs of lines in the plane; these intersect, are parallel, or are the same line. Students use linear equations, systems of linear equations, linear functions, and their understanding of slope of a line to analyze situations and solve problems.
 
(2) Students grasp the concept of a function as a rule that assigns to each input exactly one output. They understand that functions describe situations where one quantity determines another. They can translate among representations and partial representations of functions (noting that tabular and graphical representations may be partial representations), and they describe how aspects of the function are reflected in the different representations.
 
(3) Students use ideas about distance and angles, how they behave under translations, rotations, reflections, and dilations, and ideas about congruence and similarity to describe and analyze two-dimensional figures and to solve problems. Students show that the sum of the angles in a triangle is the angle formed by a straight line and that various configurations of lines give rise to similar triangles because of the angles created when a transversal cuts parallel lines. Students understand the statement of the Pythagorean Theorem and its converse and can explain why the Pythagorean Theorem holds, for example, by decomposing a square in two different ways. They apply the Pythagorean Theorem to find distances between points on the coordinate plane, to find lengths, and to analyze polygons. Students complete their work on volume by solving problems involving cones, cylinders, and spheres.

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MATH Enrichment - if you are interested!

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LESSON 18.4 Solving Absolute Value Equations and Inequalities
 
EXPLORE:
 

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Module 17 Lesson 6 Solving Systems of Linear and Quadratic Equations - continued

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Algebra 1 BB.15 Quiz today during Zoom class
 
Resources:
 

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Module 17 Lesson 6 Solving Systems of Linear and Quadratic Equations - continued

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HAVE YOU COMPLETED YOUR LESSON 17.5 QUIZ in GOOGLE FORMS? Grades will be finalized and this quiz will be included. Email me so I can update your grades.
 
Reminder: The meeting starts at 11:30 am. Thank you for being ON TIME.
 
LAST DAY TO TURN IN ALL MISSING ASSIGNMENTS - NO EXCEPTIONS! Please email me once you have completed your missing assignments so I can update your grades.
 

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Module 17 Lesson 6 Solving Systems of Linear and Quadratic Equations

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Reminder: The meeting starts at 11:30 am. Thank you for being ON TIME.
 
LESSON 17.5 QUIZ - to be taken during Zoom meeting
 
Content Objective Students will solve a system of equations when one equation is linear and the other is quadratic.
Language Objective Students will explain how to solve a system of equations when one equation is linear and the other is quadratic
 
- Determining the Possible Number of Solutions
- Solving Systems Graphically
- Solving Systems Algebraically
 
Use and Learn (not graded): HRW 17.6 Comparing Linear, Exponential, and Quadratic Models - Interactive Student Lesson
 

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Module 17 Lesson 5 Solving Quadratic Equations Graphically - continued

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Reminder: The meeting starts at 11:30 am. Thank you for being ON TIME.
 
Homework (graded): HRW 17.5 Solving Quadratic Equations Graphically - Homework due by 7:00 pm

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Module 17 Lesson 5 Solving Quadratic Equations Graphically

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Reminder: The meeting starts at 11:30 am. Thank you for being ON TIME.
 
HOMEWORK (graded): HRW 17.4 Characteristics of Quadratic Functions - Homework due by 7:00 pm
 
Content Objective: Students will use the graph of a quadratic function to solve quadratic equation.
Language Objective: Students will demonstrate how to use the graph of a quadratic function to solve quadratic equation.
 
Concepts to Learn:
- Finding Points of Intersection of Lines and Parabolas
- Solving Quadratic Equations Graphically Method 1
- Solving Quadratic Equations Graphically Method 2
- Modeling a Real-World Problem
- Interpreting Quadratic Models
 
USE and LEARN(not graded): HRW 17.5 Solving Quadratic Equations Graphically - Interactive Student Lesson
 
SEATWORK (graded) : ALGEBRA 1 IXL BB. New! Graph quadratic functions in standard form (Score 80 - 90)  This IXL is below BB.12 - due by 7:00 pm
 
Take note: HRW 17.5 YOUR TURN is not and will not be assigned!

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Module 17 Lesson 4 - Characteristics of Quadratic Functions - continued

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SEATWORK: Lesson 7.4 Google Forms - due today at 2:00 pm (graded).  Check your email
 
COMPLETE for seatwork (graded) - HRW 17.4 Characteristics of Quadratic Functions - Your Turn due by 4:00 pm
 
Reminder: The meeting starts at 11:30 am. Thank you for being ON TIME.

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Module 17 Lesson 4 - Characteristics of Quadratic Functions

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LESSON 17.3 QUIZ
 
Reminder: The meeting starts at 11:30 am. Thank you for being ON TIME.
 
Content Objective Students will learn how the characteristics of quadratic functions are related to the key features of their graphs.
Language Objective Students will explain how the characteristics of quadratic functions are related to the key features of their graphs
 
USE and LEARN (not graded) - HRW 17.4 Characteristics of Quadratic Functions - Interactive Student Lesson
 
 

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Module 17 Lesson 3 Combining Transformations of Quadratic Functions - continued

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Reminder: The meeting starts at 11:30 am. Thank you for being ON TIME.
 
COMPLETE Seatwork (graded) - HRW 17.3 Combining Transformations of Quadratic Functions - Your Turn (You will be completing the HRW 17.3 Your Turn during our class) - due by 12:30 pm
 
HOMEWORK (graded) - HRW 17.3 Combining Transformations of Quadratic Functions - Homework due by 7:00 pm
 

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Module 17 Lesson 3 Combining Transformations of Quadratic Functions

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Content Objective Students will obtain the graph of g(x) =a(x-h) ^2 + k from the graph of f(x) =x^ 2 .
Language Objective Students will demonstrate how to obtain the graph of g(x) =a(x-h)^ 2 + k from the graph of f(x) =x^ 2
 
- Understanding Quadratic Functions of the Form g(x) = a(x - h)^2  + k
- Graphing g(x) = a(x - h)^2  + k
- Writing a Quadratic Functions Given a Graph
- Modeling a Height of an Object in Free Fall
 
USE and LEARN (not graded) - HRW 17.3 Combining Transformations of Quadratic Functions - Interactive Student Lesson
 
HOMEWORK (graded):  HRW 17.2 Stretching, Shrinking, and Reflecting Quadratic Functions - Homework due by 7:00 pm
 

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Reminder: The meeting starts at 11:30 am. Thank you for being ON TIME.
 
IXL Algebra 1  BB.3 Complete a function table: quadratic functions - due by 7:00 pm
 
COMPLETE for seatwork (graded) - HRW 17.2 Stretching, Shrinking, and Reflecting Quadratic Functions Your Turn - due by 7:00 pm
 

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Module 17 Lesson 2 Stretching, Compressing, and Reflecting Quadratic Functions

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Content Objective Students will learn how the graph of f(x) =ax^ 2 changes as a changes.
Language Objective Students will demonstrate how the graph of f(x) =ax^ 2 changes as a changes
 
USE and LEARN (not graded) - HRW 17.2 Stretching, Shrinking, and Reflecting Quadratic Functions - Interactive Student Lesson
 
HOMEWORK (graded): IXL Algebra 1 BB.5  Graph quadratic functions in vertex form due by 7:00 pm
 
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Module 17. Lesson 1 Translating Quadratic Functions - continued

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- Review Vertical Traslations of Quadratic Functions
- Review Horizontal Translations of Quadratic Functions
- Review Writing a Quadratic Function Given a Graph
- Apply skills in solving word problems.
 
HRW 17.1 Translating Quadratic Functions - Homework - due by 7:00 pm

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Module 17. Lesson 1 Translating Quadratic Functions - continued

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Content Objective:  Students will learn how the graph of f(x) = (x-h)^ 2 + k changes as h and k change.
Language Objective:  Students will demonstrate how the graph of f(x) = (x-h) ^2 + k changes as h and k change
 
USE and LEARN (not graded) - HRW 17.1 Translating Quadratic Functions - Interactive Student Lesson
COMPLETE for seatwork (graded)  - HRW 17.1 Translating Quadratic Functions - Your Turn - due by 7:00 pm
 
MODULE 17 PACKETS - Download and print out if necessary. You can also use packets from HRW.
 
Graph Paper - Create your own directly from Math-Aids.com

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Friday, May 1st: SFB Spirit Day: Plants Alive

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3rd Trimester Progress Report

Please check your grades in SchoolSpeak and email me if you have any questions.

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MODULE 17 Lesson 1 - Translating Quadratic Functions

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Content Objective:  Students will learn how the graph of f(x) = (x-h)^ 2 + k changes as h and k change.
Language Objective:  Students will demonstrate how the graph of f(x) = (x-h) ^2 + k changes as h and k change
 
USE and LEARN (not graded) - HRW 17.1 Translating Quadratic Functions - Interactive Student Lesson
 
 
MODULE 17 PACKETS - Download and print out if necessary. You can also use packets from HRW.
 
Graph Paper - Create your own directly from Math-Aids.com

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MODULE 16 TEST on GOOGLE FORMS

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HOMEWORK- Complete HRW 16.6 Homework by 7:00 pm

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LESSON 16.6 The Quadratic Formula - continued

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HOMEWORK- Complete HRW 16.5 by 7:00 pm

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LESSON 16.6 The Quadratic Formula

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USE and LEARN (not graded) -HRW 6.6 The Quadratic Formula - Interactive Student Lesson

COMPLETE seatwork (graded) - 16.6 The Quadratic Formula - Your Turn -due by 7:00 pm

Objectives: Students will:

- solve quadratic equations by using the quadratic formula.

- find the number of solutions using the discriminant.


Solving Quadratic Equations Using the Quadratic Formula - The quadratic formula can be used to solve any quadratic equation written in standard form. To use the formula, check that the equation is in standard form. If not, rewrite it in standard form. Then substitute the values of a, b, and c into the formula.

 

Materials needed to attend the online class:

  1. Math notebook - Be sure to take notes.
  2. Math Lesson 16.6 packet - You will use Lesson 16.6 packet as a learning tool to help you learn and be able to complete the HRW Exercises and Tests. The packet will not be collected and graded.
  3. Pencil or pen
  4. Calculator
  5. HRW username and password

KHAN ACADEMY RESOURCES - 

  1. The Quadratic Formula
  2. Understanding the Quadratic Formula
  3. Woked Example - Quadratic Formula
  4. Quadratic Formula - Negative Coefficients
5. Using the Quadratic Formula to find the number of solutions.
 
HOMEWORK- Complete HRW 16.4 by 7:00 pm

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ZOOM Meeting with Mrs. Patriarca at 11:30 am. Click here to join. Find the Zoom meeting ID and password in your email account. Attendance is required. Please email me if you cannot attend the class.
 
HOMEWORK - Complete HRW 16.3 by 7:00 pm

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ZOOM Meeting with Mrs. Patriarca at 11:30 am. Click here to join. Find the Zoom meeting ID and password in your email account. Attendance is required. Please email me if you cannot attend the class.
 

LESSON 16.5  Solving a^2 + bx + c = 0 by Completing the Square - NOTE  a ≠ 1

Objective:  Students will learn how to solve ax^2 + bx + c = 0 by completing the square when a ≠ 1

 

Lessons to be introduced today: Completing the square when a ≠ 1; Completing the Square When a Is a Perfect Square; Completing the Square When a Is Not a Perfect Square; Solving Real-World Problems

 

Materials needed to attend the online class:

  1. Math notebook - Be sure to take notes.
  2. Math Lesson 16.5 packet - You will use Lesson 16.5 packet as a learning tool to help you learn and be able to complete the HRW Exercises and Tests. The packet will not be collected and graded.
  3. Pencil or pen
  4. Calculator - 
  5. HRW username and password

 

KHAN ACADEMY RESOURCES - Click the video's link. Completing the Square  a ≠ 1 (leading coefficient is NOT equal to 1)

 
HOMEWORK: Complete HRW 16.2 by 7:00 pm

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ZOOM Meeting with Mrs. Patriarca at 11:30 am. Click here to join. Find the Zoom meeting ID and password in your email account. Attendance is required. Please email me if you cannot attend the class.
 
HOMEWORK- Complete HRW 16.1 by 7:00 pm

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ZOOM Meeting with Mrs. Patriarca at 11:30 am. Click here to join. Find the Zoom meeting ID and password in your email account. Attendance is required. Please email me if you cannot attend the class.

 

LESSON 16.4  x^2 + bx + c = 0 by Completing the Square. NOTE a = 1

 

Objective: Students will learn how to solve the quadratic equation x ^2 + bx + c = 0 without factoring.

 

Lessons to be introduced today.: Visualizing Completing the Square, Completing the Square, Solving Quadratic Equations by Completing the Square and Solving Real-World Problems.

 

KHAN ACADEMY RESOURCES - Click the video links.

  1. Completing the Square (Intro)
  2. Completing the Square
3. Rewriting Expressions by Completing the Square
 

Materials needed to attend the online class:

  1. Math notebook - Be sure to take notes.
  2. Math Lesson 16.4 packet - You will use Lesson 16.4 packet as a learning tool to help you learn and be able to complete the HRW Exercises and Tests. The packet will not be collected and graded.
  3. Pencil or pen
  4. Calculator - 
  5. HRW username and password

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MRS. CANCIO is giving a MAKE-UP TEST today at 1:00 pm. Email her if you have any questions.

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April 13 - 17,  Easter Vacation

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Mandatory Holy Thursday Middle School Meeting at 10am
 
Miss Kimble will send out a Zoom link just before it starts.

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Combined Test on Module 15 & 16.1-16.3 live during class.

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Google Meet Lesson at 11:30am
 
The recording of the session takes time to process. Once it is ready, it will be available here. Click on the "Distance Learning Lessons" folder, and then find the folder for the date you need. In there should be a recording of the lesson as well as a PDF of the lesson's presentation slides. Please email Mrs. Cancio at h.cancio@stfinnbarr.org if you need help finding these resources or understanding the lesson.

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Google Meet Lesson at 11:30am
 
The recording of the session takes time to process. Once it is ready, it will be available here. Click on the "Distance Learning Lessons" folder, and then find the folder for the date you need. In there should be a recording of the lesson as well as a PDF of the lesson's presentation slides. Please email Mrs. Cancio at h.cancio@stfinnbarr.org if you need help finding these resources or understanding the lesson.

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Packet 16.3 due by 7pm

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Google Meet Lesson at 11:30am
 
The recording of the session takes time to process. Once it is ready, it will be available here. Click on the "Distance Learning Lessons" folder, and then find the folder for the date you need. In there should be a recording of the lesson as well as a PDF of the lesson's presentation slides. Please email Mrs. Cancio at h.cancio@stfinnbarr.org if you need help finding these resources or understanding the lesson.

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16.2 Packet due by 7pm via Google Forms.

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Google Meet Lesson at 11:30am
 
The recording of the session takes time to process. Once it is ready, it will be available here. Click on the "Distance Learning Lessons" folder, and then find the folder for the date you need. In there should be a recording of the lesson as well as a PDF of the lesson's presentation slides. Please email Mrs. Cancio at h.cancio@stfinnbarr.org if you need help finding these resources or understanding the lesson.

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16.1 Independent Practice due by 7pm via Google Forms

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Google Meet Lesson at 11:30am, come prepared with questions from your assignments. If you did not get your homework returned via email, please email Mrs. Cancio to request them.
 
The recording of the session takes time to process. Once it is ready, it will be available here. Click on the "Distance Learning Lessons" folder, and then find the folder for the date you need. In there should be a recording of the lesson as well as a PDF of the lesson's presentation slides. Please email Mrs. Cancio at h.cancio@stfinnbarr.org if you need help finding these resources or understanding the lesson.

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Google Meet Lesson at 11:30am, come prepared with questions from your assignments. If you did not get your homework returned via email, please email Mrs. Cancio to request them.
 
The recording of the session takes time to process. Once it is ready, it will be available here. Click on the "Distance Learning Lessons" folder, and then find the folder for the date you need. In there should be a recording of the lesson as well as a PDF of the lesson's presentation slides. Please email Mrs. Cancio at h.cancio@stfinnbarr.org if you need help finding these resources or understanding the lesson.

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Google Meet Lesson at 11:30am, come prepared with questions from your assignments. If you did not get your homework returned via email, please email Mrs. Cancio to request them.
 
The recording of the session takes time to process. Once it is ready, it will be available here. Click on the "Distance Learning Lessons" folder, and then find the folder for the date you need. In there should be a recording of the lesson as well as a PDF of the lesson's presentation slides. Please email Mrs. Cancio at h.cancio@stfinnbarr.org if you need help finding these resources or understanding the lesson.

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Google Meet Lesson at 11:30am, come prepared with questions from your assignments. If you did not get your homework returned via email, please email Mrs. Cancio to request them.
 
The recording of the session takes time to process. Once it is ready, it will be available here. Click on the "Distance Learning Lessons" folder, and then find the folder for the date you need. In there should be a recording of the lesson as well as a PDF of the lesson's presentation slides. Please email Mrs. Cancio at h.cancio@stfinnbarr.org if you need help finding these resources or understanding the lesson.

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The recording of the session takes time to process. Once it is ready, it will be available here. Click on the "Distance Learning Lessons" folder, and then find the folder for the date you need. In there should be a recording of the lesson as well as a PDF of the lesson's presentation slides. Please email Mrs. Cancio at h.cancio@stfinnbarr.org if you need help finding these resources or understanding the lesson.

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The recording of the session takes time to process. Once it is ready, it will be available here. Click on the "Distance Learning Lessons" folder, and then find the folder for the date you need. In there should be a recording of the lesson as well as a PDF of the lesson's presentation slides. Please email Mrs. Cancio at h.cancio@stfinnbarr.org if you need help finding these resources or understanding the lesson.

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SPRING HOLIDAY - no school

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The recording of the session takes time to process. Once it is ready, it will be available here. Click on the "Distance Learning Lessons" folder, and then find the folder for the date you need. In there should be a recording of the lesson as well as a PDF of the lesson's presentation slides. Please email Mrs. Cancio at h.cancio@stfinnbarr.org if you need help finding these resources or understanding the lesson.

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HRW 15.4

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The recording of the session takes time to process. Once it is ready, it will be available here. Click on the "Distance Learning Lessons" folder, and then find the folder for the date you need. In there should be a recording of the lesson as well as a PDF of the lesson's presentation slides. Please email Mrs. Cancio at h.cancio@stfinnbarr.org if you need help finding these resources or understanding the lesson.

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15.4 Independent Practice #23-27 due on Google forms by 7pm

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The recording of the session takes time to process. Once it is ready, it will be available here. Click on the "Distance Learning Lessons" folder, and then find the folder for the date you need. In there should be a recording of the lesson as well as a PDF of the lesson's presentation slides. Please email Mrs. Cancio at h.cancio@stfinnbarr.org if you need help finding these resources or understanding the lesson.

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15.4 Independent Practice #16-22 due on Google Forms by 7pm

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15.4 Guided Practice Google Form due by 7pm
 
Answers due via Google form submission. Please do the work in your packet or notebook and then copy answers into Google Forms when you have completed them on paper. If you have any issues or questions, please email me at h.cancio@stfinnbarr.org.

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The recording of the session takes time to process. Once it is ready, it will be available here. Click on the "Distance Learning Lessons" folder, and then find the folder for the date you need. In there should be a recording of the lesson as well as a PDF of the lesson's presentation slides. Please email Mrs. Cancio at h.cancio@stfinnbarr.org if you need help finding these resources or understanding the lesson.

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Google Meet Lesson at 11:30am, Topic: 15.4
 
The recording of the session takes time to process. Once it is ready, it will be available here. Click on the "Distance Learning Lessons" folder, and then find the folder for the date you need. In there should be a recording of the lesson as well as a PDF of the lesson's presentation slides. Please email Mrs. Cancio at h.cancio@stfinnbarr.org if you need help finding these resources or understanding the lesson.

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Google Meet Lesson at 11:30am, Topic: 15.4
 
The recording of the session takes time to process. Once it is ready, it will be available here. Click on the "Distance Learning Lessons" folder, and then find the folder for the date you need. In there should be a recording of the lesson as well as a PDF of the lesson's presentation slides. Please email Mrs. Cancio at h.cancio@stfinnbarr.org if you need help finding these resources or understanding the lesson.

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Lesson 15.3 packet

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Google Meet Lesson for practice

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Lesson 15.3 # 1 -11.

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PRENTICE HALL CALIFORNIA ALGEBRA 1 page 580# 1-40. Show work in the notebook.
 

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Choir practice is canceled today.

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ALGEBRA 1 AA. Factoring

  1. AA. 1 GCF of monomials
  2. AA. 2 Factor out a monomial

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END of the SECOND TRIMESTER

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ALGEBRA 1 Z. Polynomials

  1. Z.8 Multiply two binomials
  2. Z.9 Multiply two binomials: special cases
  3. Z.10 Multiply polynomials

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Today (Friday, February 28th) is the last day to turn in ALL missing assignments - NO EXCEPTIONS!
 
The 2nd trimester will end on Tuesday, March 3rd.
 
Please update me (email) of IXL or HRW scores if you have late assignments or your scores will not be updated in SchoolSpeak.

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HRW 15.2

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Worksheet Practice 8.5 Factorial Trinomials # 1 - 28

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Factor the following polynomials.
 

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HRW 15.1

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Lesson 15.1 
1. page 527 Your Turn #17
2. page 528 Your Turn # 20 - 22
3. Guided Practice pages 529 - 530 # 1 - 20
4. Independent Practice page 531 # 21 - 28

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HRW 14.4

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Module 14 test

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HRW 14.3

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Quiz - Lesson 14.3 and Lesson 14.4. Study FOIL Method and Rules in Multiplying Binomials.

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HRW 14.2

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Text pages #511 - 513 Your Turn # 5 - 15;
Guided and Independent Practice pages 514 - 515 # 1 # 20.

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TEST (to be taken from IXL Algebra 1 Z.4) - Add and Subtract Polynomials

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HRW 14.1

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Lesson 14.3 page 506 #4-7; 9. Text page 507 # 11-21.We will complete the rest of the problems by Monday and Lesson 14.3 will be turned in.
    

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Algebra 1 Z.4  Add and subtract polynomials

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STAR Math Testing

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Lesson 14.2 pages 498-499 # 1-20 only. Word problems will be done tomorrow for seatwork.

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Algebra 1

Z.1 Polynomial vocabulary

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Lesson 14.1 packet. Problems # 21, 22, 26, 28 will be explained to you in class. Show work in your notebook.

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EXTRA CREDIT - This is OPTIONAL. The test will not be available after the due date.
Mod 9 Systems of Equations and Inequalities - Posttest

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Text page 373 # 22-34 Evens

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QUIZ - Study 8th Grade IXL BB.1 

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Module 9 test

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PH Text page 373 # 2-20. Write your answers in your notebook.

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Module 9 test

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REDO Lesson 9.5 page 318 # 10, 11, and 12.
 
#10 - Where is the shaded region of EACH inequality?
 
#11 a. Write the TWO systems of linear inequalities. Define variables x and y.
 
 11b and c. Use your inequalities to solve for possible length AND width. Show work on the worksheet - no need to use binder paper.
 
12. Follow directions:
- Write to systems of inequalities.
- Define variables x and y.
- Use your inequalities to solve for a possible combination of hours. How many hours at a grocery store? How many hours mowing lawns?
Show work on the worksheet - no need to use binder paper.
 
 
 
 

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2nd Trimester Progress Report

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1. Lesson 9.5 packet
2. HRW 9.5

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Lesson 9.5 pages 316 - 317 # 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9. Don't forget to name two ordered pairs that are solutions to the system of inequalities for # 5,6, and 7.

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Algebra 1 T.6

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Algebra 1 -

S.21 Graph a horizontal or vertical line

 

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Algebra 1 T.3 Graph a two-variable linear inequality

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HRW 9.4

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Use this video to learn how to graph systems of inequalities
 

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1. HRW 9.3
2. Lesson 9.4 packet
 

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Lesson 9.4 Guided Practice. Show work in the notebook.

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Lesson 9.3 packet

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Lessons 9.3 # 1 - 8 Show work.

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HRW 9.2

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EXTRA CREDIT - Optional
Use the STAR Instructional Planning Report and IXL to enrich or remediate your math learning skills. You will receive one point for every IXL you practice (maximum is 10 points). No extensions!

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Lesson 9.2 packet

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HRW 9.1 Algebra 1

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Text pages 281-282  # 1 - 11 Graph correctly.

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Rotation Project 
Rotate your preimage three times (90, 180, 270 degrees - choose clockwise or counterclockwise.
Write at least 6 points - label them and write ordered pairs. Use the prime symbol in all images (1 prime, 2 prime, 3 prime symbols.
 

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REMINDER: Don't forget to update me via email if you have missing/late IXL or HRW.  Five days after the due date, I will not change the grade. Include the score in your email.

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Complete Reflection Project - Draw a line of reflection. This is counting from the line of reflection or line of symmetry.

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HRW 19.4

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Complete Translation Project
 

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HRW 19.3

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Lesson 19.4 packet

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Do IXL 8th Grade 
2. P. 13 Rotations: find the coordinates
 
ROTATION - Click to watch the video

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Do IXL (posted 12/1)
1. Eighth grade P.9 Reflections over the x- and y-axes: find the coordinates
2. Eighth grade P.10 Reflections: graph the image
3. Eighth grade P.11 Reflections: find the coordinates

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HRW 19.2 (posted 11/18)

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Lesson 19.3 packet

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P.8 Reflections over the x- and y-axes: graph the image

 

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Lesson 19.2 packet

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HRW 19.1 (posted 11/18)

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Module 22 test

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Eighth grade

P.6 Translations: graph the image

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Lesson 19.1 packet

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Lesson 22.3 packet 
 
Process: # 9 c
8r^3 - 4/3 (3.14)r^3     Multiply 4/3 and pi
8r^3 - 4.1867 r^3 = 3.81r^3   Subtract the coefficients 
 
3.81/8 = 0.48 The box is almost 1/2 empty.

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END of the FIRST TRIMESTER

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OPTIONAL - Use this assignment for EXTRA CREDIT. Due today - No extentions!
 
HRW - Module  21 Angle Relationships in Parallel Lines and Triangles - Posttest. 

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Lesson 22.2 packet. Show work in the notebook.
 

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LAST DAY TO TURN IN MISSING ASSIGNMENTS - NO EXCEPTIONS!

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Lesson 22.1 packet

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Module 21 test

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STAR Math Testing

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Highest score is 80 points. Extra Credit is up to 10 points only.

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HRW 21.3

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Highest score is 80 points. Extra Credit is up to 10 points only.

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Lesson 21.3 packet. No process and calculator is allowed.

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Highest score is 80 points. Extra Credit is up to 10 points only.

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HRW 21.2

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HRW 21.1 

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IXL assignments are OPTIONAL. They are NOT GRADED. Instead, IXL will be used to help the students study for the test.
QUIZ - Algebra 1 IXL EE.7 Divide Radical Expressions

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Lesson 12.2 packet

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IXL assignments are OPTIONAL. They are NOT GRADED. Instead, IXL will be used to help the students study for the test.
QUIZ - Algebra 1 IXL EE.6 Simplify Radical Expressions Using Distributive Property

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8th Grade IXL O.13 and O.14. Mandatory and graded. You can go up to 80 and the rest of the points are extra credit.

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IXL assignments are OPTIONAL. They are NOT GRADED. Instead, IXL will be used to help the students study for the test.
QUIZ - Algebra 1 IXL EE.5 Add and Subtract Radical Expressions

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Lesson 21.1 packet

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This is to inform you that the upcoming IXL assignments in MODULE 21 are MANDATORY and WILL BE GRADED.

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CHAPTER 10 test
- Study Algebra test page 524. Only lessons that were discussed in class will come out in the test.

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IXL assignments are OPTIONAL. They are NOT GRADED. Instead, IXL will be used to help the students study for the test.
Short QUIZ - Algebra 1 IXL EE.4 Multiply Radical Expressions
 

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IXL SCORES are GRADED
Short QUIZ - Alg 1 IXL EE.3 

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FREE DRESS today if you attended Mass on Sunday (Oct. 20th.)

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Text page 510 # 2-14 evens. Write the process in the notebook.

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IXL QUIZ - Alg 1 EE.2

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PH Text 503 # 24 - 32 evens. Show work!

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Algebra 1 EE.2 and EE.3 (posted Tuesday, 10/8)

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STAR Math Testing

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Text page 503 # 2-20 evens

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Eighth grade

R.2 Pythagorean theorem: find the missing leg length

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Text page 496 # 2-30 evens. Show work in the notebook.

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Algebra 1

EE.1 Simplify radical expressions

 

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Rate of Travel Project - Use a table to organize information. Write the equation and show the process step-by-step. Draw and decorate your paper. 
Table - 5 points
Equation and process - 5 points
Drawing (neatness and creativity) - 10 points

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Text page 490 # 36-50 evens. Show work in the notebook.

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Lesson 10.1 Quiz 

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1st Trimester Progress Report - Please view and sign the Progress Report in SchoolSpeak.

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Text pages 489-490 # 14-24; 28-34 evens. Show work in the notebook.

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1. CA SC # 2c
2. Text page 489 # 2-12 EVENS . Show work in the notebook.
 

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Algebra 1- Use this IXL to learn more about the rate of travel word problems. 
EXTRA CREDIT-1 point EC for every 10 points of your score.
DUE TODAY - Sept. 30th. IXL scores will not be recorded after Sept. 30th.

O.4 Rate of travel: word problems -

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Test  -   Distance-Rate-Time Word Problems (It is not open notes.)

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TAKE HOME QUIZ - Worksheet: Solving Equations with variables on both sides
- 2 points for the correct process
- 1 point for the final answer
Extra credit for the neatness and organized work.

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Module 18 test - STUDY. It is NOT OPEN NOTES!

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Complete Worksheet - DISTANCE-RATE-TIME Word Problems. Show work on binder paper.

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HRW 18.4

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Complete Seatwork: Prentice-Hall Text page 104 # 2,3,4,6. Show work in notebook 

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Algebra 1

O.3 Consecutive integer problems

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Lesson 18.4 packet. Show work in the notebook.

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HRW 18.3

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Prentice-Hall Textbook - Show work in the notebook
1. page 111 CA Standards Check # 2 
2. page 112# 3 Copy and complete the table, Solve: How many liters of 50% solution? How many liters of 20% solution?
3. page 112 # 5, 6, 7

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Lesson 18.3 packet. Show work in the notebook.

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HRW 18.2

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Lesson 18.3 Guided Practice # 1 - 10. Show work in the notebook.

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HRW 18.1

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Complete Lesson 18.2 packet

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Lesson 18.2 Guided Practice only. Show work in your notebook.

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Lesson 18.1 packet. Show work in your notebook.

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Module 17 test

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8th Grade Y.6 - Y.10

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HRW 17.4

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STAR Math Testing 

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Lesson 17.4 packet

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HRW 17.3

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Lesson 17.3 packet
 
Directions:
1. Use graph paper for # 6,7,9,10,11. 
2. For # 8, solve and show the process.
   Example: y = 0.2x + 0.3 
                    if x=1, what is y?
 
    Solve:  y = 0.2 (1) + 0.3
                y = 0.2 + 0. 3
                y = 0.5
 
The coordinate of the first point is (1, 0.5)
 
 What are the y -coordinates if x = 2, x =3, x = 4?
 
 

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HRW 17.2

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Lesson 17.2 packet

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HRW 17.1
 

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STAINED GLASS WINDOW Project - Use four types of slopes to graph linear equations.
 
 

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Real-World Math - How is math used in your picture?
Directions:
- Use IXL Standards to find topics that are relevant in the pictures like, proportions, percents, proportional or non-proportional relationships, geometry  (area, volume, surface area, perimeter), integers, estimations, equations or inequalities, etc.
- What math is used in preparing, constructing, or making those items that are in the pictures?
- Using that white paper, write your paragraph neatly. You can type your paragraph and paste it on the white paper.
 

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Lesson 17.1 packet