Students classified real numbers as rational or irrational

Students then used graph paper to introduce perfect squares. Found all the perfect square to 625 and need to know.

Students estimated square roots of non-perfect squares and then used cheezits to find a close estimate to square roots of non-perfect squares.

Students then used cubes to find perfect cubes. Found all the perfect cubes to 1000 and need to know.

Students then did a card sort of rational and irrational numbers.

Tuesday 6/6/17

Students filled in a blank graphic organizer on real numbers.

Students made a tree thinking map to organize Laws of Exponents.

Students worked on IXL.com F.8,9,11,6,10 for practice

Students took notes on Scientific Notation- converting from standard form to scientific notation and then converting from scientific notation to standard form.

Students multiplied and divided numbers in scientific notation

Students added and subtracted numbers in scientific notation- keep in mind power of 10 has to be the same to add or subtract.

Wednesday 6/7/17

Students made a tree thinking map on Angles

Students completed a foldable for the special angle relationships formed by 2 parallel lines cut by a transversal.

Students drew a triangle and then each student cut the angles of their triangle and showed that no matter the size of the triangle, all triangles sum of their angles is 180 degrees.

Students took notes on exterior angle of a triangle theorem- the exterior angle is the sum of the 2 remote interior angles.

Students were given a right triangle and placed blocks on the side leg lengths. Students then made squares of the side leg lengths and saw that the sum of the squares of the legs of a right triangle is equal to the square of the length of the hypotenuse.

Students then worked with the pythagorean theorem finding missing side lengths of a right triangle.

Students worked with volume formulas for a cylinder, cone, and sphere. Students used water and same base and height cylinder and cone to see that a cone is 1/3 the volume of a cylinder.

Thursday 6/8/17

Students took notes on relations and functions from a power point.

Students then took notes on linear vs non-linear

Students learned to solve equations from standard form to slope-intercept form to be ready to graph a linear equation.

Students worked on a couple of quizizz.com to practice slope intercept form and naming and finding slope and y-intercept from an equation or a graph.

Monday 6/12/17

Students took 2 points and used the slope formula to find the slope.

Students then took the slope and used one of the points to find the y-intercept. Then students were able to write the equation of the line in slope-intercept form that passed through those 2 points.

Students worked on quizizz.com to practice writing an equation of a line passing through 2 points.

Students worked on a matching activity and glued into their notes.

Tuesday 6/13/17

We reviewed pythagorean theorem and parallel lines cut by a transversal.

Students took notes on solving systems of linear equations. 3 method to solve systems (graphing, substitution, and elimination)

A solution to a system of linear equations is an ordered pair (1 solution), no solution, or infinitely many solutions.

Students graphed systems to solve, they learned substitution to solve, and they learned elimination to solve.

We solved a couple of systems that we originally graphed by substitution and elimination to show that all 3 methods will give the same solution.

Students then solved word problems by setting up a system of linear equations.

Wednesday 6/14/17

We reviewed volume of a cylinder, cone, and sphere

Students made a tree thinking map on transformations: translations, reflections, rotations, and dilations, and we wrote the rules for each.

Key lock activity

Students practiced each transformation with a worksheet: translations, reflection, and rotations.

Students also used patty paper for rotations.

Students worked on IXL.com to practice dilations Q.4, Q.2, Q.3, then worked on P.2-8 to practice the other transformations.

Thursday 6/15/17

We reviewed estimating square roots of non-perfect squares and writing equations of lines given a slope and y-intercept, given a point and a slope, and given 2 points.

Students took notes on similar figures using proportions to find missing side lengths of similar figures.

Students took notes on scatterplots and line of best fit.

Students took notes on two way tables, and then worked on two way tables on mathbits.

Students then worked on correlation and line of best fit at xpmath.com naruto game.

Students practice correlation and line of best fit at IXL.com CC.14 and DD.9

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