Every group was given an assignment to prepare a mini-lesson based on their discoveries in class today. If those lessons are WELL PREPARED and ready to be presented tomorrow, then we will have completed an entire chapter in 3 days.
How cool is that?!?
Tonight, please create a table and graph (clearly labeling both intercepts) for the tables below.
Use the two BIG strategies we discussed at the end of class to help.
Today we spent the first half of class looking at the pros and cons of graphs/tables/rules.
Tonight, please complete the Review and Preview for 3.1.5
Tomorrow we will continue our study of COMPLETE GRAPHS!
This assignment has Algebra Tiles! Be sure to practice this important skill!
Today in class we took some notes on using Tile Patterns to solve equations. Practice by completing problem 3-14 (part b).
Then complete problems 3-18 through 3-20. You will need your calculator to make a graph and check your equation.
Our words for tomorrow are: Discrete or Continuous?
Today in class we learned more about our graphing calculators, and how we can use them to study the multiple representations of a function (graph/table/equation).
Tonight, please complete the Review and Preview for 3.1.2.
If you have questions about the Algebra Tiles, bring them with you to class. They should be written and specific.
Today in class we played our first ever SILENT BOARD GAME.
Tonight, please use all of the strategies we learned in class (and MP2) as you complete problem 3-10 in the Core Connections book. It is in lesson 3.1.2.
Today we began our new unit on Graphs/Rules/Patterns
Over the weekend, complete the tables and create rules. Your rules can be equations or sentences.
Tonight, please complete this final “Relay” problem.
Tomorrow, we will review all of the key concepts from our first review chapter. The plan is to have a Chapter 1 Assessment on Thursday, September 17.
Today in class you studied how to PROVE that two triangles are similar using the AA Postulate.
Over the weekend, please complete problem 9-43. Then do problems 45, 46, 47, and 49 in the Review & Preview.
We will start class on Monday by writing the “Learning Log” (problem 9-44) in our Math Journals.