Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Wednesday 10/30

All classes: We did a notebook quiz on sections 2.2-3.5.  If you missed a lot or were absent, you have to remind me later this week to take the test.

Tuesday 10/29

Periods 2-5: We learned about absolute value equations, and we are doing #1-12 on the worksheet from class.  You have to see me for the worksheet.

Monday, October 28, 2013

Monday 10/28

Period 2-3: Finish the challenge on Manga High.

Period 4-6: Check out last Thursdays post.  We are making up some situation that can be described with a compound inequality.

Period 7: Finish the front side, Finding The GCF (Greatest Common Factor).  Do the work on a separate sheet of paper.

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Thursday 10/24

Period 6: We took notes on conjunctions and disjunctions.  You were supposed to do 1-12 and 19-22 on workbook page 235.  See Tuesdays post for the links.

Period 7: You continued working on your factor and prime factorization pamphlet.  If you did not turn it in today, they are due Friday first thing when you come in.

Period 2-3: We started a made-up compound inequality.  Make up your own story that can be modeled with a compound inequality.  Make it colorful.  Due when you come back Monday.

Here was an example from class.  Spell "Guard" correctly.    Only inanimate violence allowed.

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Wednesday 10/23

All Classes: No homework.  We took a practice benchmark.  I am going to a meeting on Friday where I will grade them, I think.

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Tuesday 10/22

Period 2-5: We learned about conjunctions and disjunctions.  Homework was 1-12 and 19-22 on Workbook page 235.

Monday, October 21, 2013

Monday 10/21

Periods 2-6: We learned about compound inequalities.  HW was a matching activity.  See me for the page.

Period 7: We learned about prime factorization last time, and today we started a project pamphlet where you will explain what Factors and Prime Factorization are, and give me examples of each.

Friday, October 18, 2013

Friday 10/18/13

Periods 2-6: We took notes, and solved these 10 equations.

Period 7: We learned about prime factorization, and did 2 pages from the worksheet.  Many of you finished it in class.

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Thursday 10/17

Period 7: Finish shading the worksheet with the prime numbers.  Prime numbers to 100are:
Period 2,3:
we did notes on why we flip the esign when multiplying or dividing by a negative number.
There were 10 inequalities to do in class.
1)  -2(n+2) < -14
2) 2(x - 4) ≥ -6
3) 3x + 2 > -4x + 16
4) 8 - 4s > 16
5) 2(3x+7) > 28
6) 5m - 3 > -18
7) -4x - 2 ≤ 8
8) 5 - 3n ≥ -4
9) 4 - 2x ≤ 5 - x + 1
10) 4(x-2)-6x ≤ -9 

Wednesday 10/17

No homework, we did the problem of the week.

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Tuesday 10/15

Homework for periods 2-5:  Finish problems 1-8 from workbook practice 3-2.  Below is the notes we took.  We did double today.

Monday, October 14, 2013

Monday 10/14

Periods 2-6: finish up to problem 8 on the word problem page.

Period 7: we did factor houses, and you were supposed to finish for homework.

Ask me at school if you need either page.

Friday, October 11, 2013

Friday 10/11

Period 4-6: We finished the project.  See these examples!

Period 7: We did manga high.  Your goal is to get a medal in the Prime game.  Many of you finished in class.

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Thursday 10/10

Period 6: we finished the 5 problems (check Tuesdays Post) and started a project. You explain one of the problems creatively to me. Period 7: We took a test, there was no homework. Period 2-3: We finished our project, there is no homework.

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Wednesday 10/9

All classes, we did the citizenship rubric, and the problem of the week #2.  Please see the links for the assignments


Citizenship Rubric fill in

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Tuesday 10/9

Period 2-5: We did 5 problems in class (which was also the homework). The project for the week is to take one of the problems and explain it back in pamphlet form. See below for the 3 we did together, and the 5 problems that were homework.

EDIT-I put this up Thursday, so if you are just getting this, you have until Tuesday.  I wont be mad if its late, and it won't be marked down.  It's my fault for not putting these up

Monday, October 7, 2013

Monday 10/7

Homework for periods 2-6: Finish the 8 problems that were on the board.  See below.

Period 7: Page 209 (Practice 1-3) from the workbook, #1-20.

The 8 equations:
1) 7 - 2n = n - 14
2) 3d + 8 = 2d - 7
3) 6x = 2x - 4
4) 8z - 7 = 3z - 7 + 5z
5) -4x + 6 = -9x + 16
6) 4y - 12 = -5y + 51
7) 7x - 8 = 3x + 12
8) 5(x + 3) = 2x + 6

Friday 10/4

Homework for periods 4-6: We did the word problems in class.  Homework is the Manga high Algebra Meltdown challenge.  You can access Manga High through the link at the top of this page.

Period 7: We did Distributive Property Worksheet.  If you want extra credit, you can do ALL the problems from Thursdays Homework.

Thursday, October 3, 2013

Thursday 10/7/13

Homework for periods 6,7: do the 7 fraction problems, check Tuesdays post for the work and notes.

Period 2,3: We did the word problems on the back of Mondays homework, then went on to Manga high, your job is to get a medal in the Algebra Meltdown challenge

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Wednesday 10/2

Today we took a Notebook Quiz, which goes over the warm-ups and notes we do in class.  If you need to make it up, see me in the next few days.  You need to remind me, because I will forget.  You can redo the quiz at anytime.

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Tuesday 10/1

Period 2-5: We messed with equations, and learned how to make fraction equations easier by multiplying them by some whole number to cancel out the fractions.

See below for the notes, and the 7 problems which were homework.