# Week of May 2, 2016

We will be creating a real life example of a dilation in class over the next two weeks. This project is worth a total of 350. Students need a poster board, markers, crayons and a ruler.

Students need to practice their integer rules at least 3 times a week.

Adding integers: If the signs are the same then just add the numbers and keep the sign. If the signs are different, subtract and keep the sign of the number with the bigger absolute value.

Subtracting integers: Keep, change, opposite and then follow rules for addition.

Multiple and divide: If the signs are the same, then the answer will be positive. If the signs are different, the answer will be negative.

Students need to practice their fluency skills with rational numbers (decimals and fractions). They need to be able to add, subtract, multiply and divide with rational numbers.

If you have not signed up for remind 101, please do so.

When we return from the break, we will be working on 2 step equations.

Great resources:

www.virtualnerd.com; www.learnzillion.com; www.aaamath.com

Adding integers: If the signs are the same then just add the numbers and keep the sign. If the signs are different, subtract and keep the sign of the number with the bigger absolute value.

Subtracting integers: Keep, change, opposite and then follow rules for addition.

Multiple and divide: If the signs are the same, then the answer will be positive. If the signs are different, the answer will be negative.

Students need to practice their fluency skills with rational numbers (decimals and fractions). They need to be able to add, subtract, multiply and divide with rational numbers.

If you have not signed up for remind 101, please do so.

When we return from the break, we will be working on 2 step equations.

Great resources:

www.virtualnerd.com; www.learnzillion.com; www.aaamath.com

We will be creating a real life example of a dilation in class over the next two weeks. This project is worth a total of 350. Students need a poster board, markers, crayons and a ruler.

Monday: 6.5 percent error

Tuesday: 6.6

Wednesday: 6.6 and 6.7

Thursday: 6.7

Friday: Chapter 6 Test

This week we are covering the percent proportion. Monday we will work out problems that deal with parts, wholes and percents. This is section 6.3 of red book. Tuesday, we will move to section 6.4 and Wednesday section 6.5. Thursday we will review all sections and Friday we will have a quiz on the 3 sections.

Monday: Test reflection on finding slope, direct variation and writing equations.

Tuesday: Section 6.1 of red book. Converting between decimals, fractions and percents.

Wednesday: 6.2: comparing and ordering fractions, decimals and percents.

Thursday and Friday: Section 6.3 The percent proportion. 7.RP.3

Monday: Section 5.6 in red book

Tuesday: Continue 5.6 in red book

Wednesday: Review 5.4 to 5.6

Thursday: Quiz

Friday: Start 6.1 in red book

This week we will start section 5.4 of the red book.

Monday: We will review coordinate graphing (x,y) so that we can move on to finding slope of a line.

Tuesday: Find the slope of a line given two points

Wednesday: continue section 5.5 where they will find slope from a graph. page 195

Thursday and Friday: Direct Variation

Monday: Direct Variation

Tuesday: Review

Wednesday: Quiz

Monday: We will review coordinate graphing (x,y) so that we can move on to finding slope of a line.

Tuesday: Find the slope of a line given two points

Wednesday: continue section 5.5 where they will find slope from a graph. page 195

Thursday and Friday: Direct Variation

Monday: Direct Variation

Tuesday: Review

Wednesday: Quiz

Monday: Review sections 5.1 to 5.3 in the red book.

Tuesday: Quiz (Ratios, unit rates, rates, solving and writing proportions)

Wednesday: complete quiz if need and start 5.4 of red book. This is standard 7.rp.2b and 7.rp.2c

Thursday: Continue section 5.4 and start 5.5

Friday: Section 5.5. Standard is 7.rp.2b

This week we will continue working on Chapter 5 of the red book. This chapter deals with ratios, rates and unit rates (5.1). The student should be able to find ratios and rates involving ratios of fractions. Learning standards are 7.rp.1 and 7.rp.3. We will also cover proportions (5.2). Learning standard: 7.rp.2a.

Tuesday and Wednesday: solve inequalities using inverse operations of multiplication and division.

Thursday: solve with word problems and review.

Friday: Test.

We will be solving inequalities with multiplication and division. Section 4.3 in the red book.

This week we will be reviewing a lot of skills that have been thought.

Monday: Test reflection from quiz that was taken before the holiday break. The quiz is on 4.1 and 4.2 of the book. Solving inequalities using addition or subtraction; writing and graphing inequalities. common mistakes that students made included: changing inequality symbol to an equal sign to solve inequality.

Tuesday: continue practice on solving, graphing and writing inequalities. If we did not finish the test reflection, then we will finish that as well. Students will work in groups to solve various problems that pertain to inequalities.

Wednesday: Go over all integer rules and complete practice with all four operations. New Fluency will be handed out

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Thursday: Retest on inequalities for students that need to retest. Problems pertaining to integers to hand in for a grade at the end of the hour.

Friday: Review equations. Explain the difference between equations and inequalities.

Monday: adding and subtracting inequalities

Tuesday: Study guide on writing and graphing inequalities and adding and subtracting inequalities

Wednesday: Fluency due and Test on inequalities Section 4.1 and 4.2 in book

Thursday: activity with equations

Friday: Fun filled math activities

We will now move forward to writing and graphing inequalities. In addition, we will solve inequalities using addition or subtraction. Our quiz will be Friday, December 11, 2015.