Friday, May 15, 2015

Friday, May 22, 2015

Thursday, May 21, 2015

SCIENCE: Students should make sure that both projects and their rubrics are turned in and that they are signing their outside reading books back in prior to DC.

IAG1 MATH:  Final - part 1

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

SCIENCE: We will begin our presentations of choice #2 of the book activities.  The 3 paragaph TYPED drug research is due tomorrow, Thursday, May 21.

MATH 8:  Final

IAG1 MATH:  Final - part 1

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

SCIENCE: The 3 book activities for the outside reading book in the drug/alchol/tobacco unit are due Wednesday and the 3 paragraph TYPED drug research is due Thursday.  The yellow rubric must be turned in with the book activities on Wednesday.

Math 8:   Review Unit Tests from your folder for the final on Wednesday.  The final exam will count in this 9 weeks as a unit test.  There will be a question from Thinking with Mathematical Models,   Looking for Pythagoras, Growing, Growing, Growing,   Say It with Symbols,   Butterflies, Pinwheels, and Wallpaper,  and It's in the System.    There are two power point reviews on this blog for Math 8.

IAG1 Math:
The below are topics of focus for the IAG1 final.  The final is Wednesday and Thursday of this week.  The final counts for 1/5 of the students final grade for the class because it is a HS course.

1)  Rules of triangle congruency
2)  Exponential growth - write an equation, make a table, answer application questions.
3)  Rules of exponents and simplifying radicals
4)  Find the interior and exterior angles for a given polygon
5)  Create the "right" type of graph to display data (ie. histogram, box plot) to show the distribution of a set of data.  Understand what standard deviation represents.  Calculate mean, median and IQR.
6)  Write NEXT/NOW equations.
7)  Interpret a linear situation and create a formula to represent the situation.  Use the formula to solve problems.
8)  Determine if a sequence is arithmetic or geometric.  Write the formula for the situation suing a recursive formula and a function formula.
9)  Identify the critical points on a graph of a quadratic function.  Give the domain and range for the function.

There is a power point to review on this blog.

Monday, May 18, 2015

SCIENCE: The 3 book activities for the outside reading book in the drug/alchol/tobacco unit are due Wednesday and the 3 paragraph TYPED drug research is due Thursday.  The yellow rubric must be turned in with the book activities on Wednesday.

Math 8:   Review Unit Tests from your folder for the final on Wednesday.  The final exam will count in this 9 weeks as a unit test.  There will be a question from Thinking with Mathematical Models,   Looking for Pythagoras, Growing, Growing, Growing,   Say It with Symbols,   Butterflies, Pinwheels, and Wallpaper,  and It's in the System.    There are two power point reviews on this blog for Math 8.

IAG1 Math:
The below are topics of focus for the IAG1 final.  The final is Wednesday and Thursday of this week.  The final counts for 1/5 of the students final grade for the class because it is a HS course.

1)  Rules of triangle congruency
2)  Exponential growth - write an equation, make a table, answer application questions.
3)  Rules of exponents and simplifying radicals
4)  Find the interior and exterior angles for a given polygon
5)  Create the "right" type of graph to display data (ie. histogram, box plot) to show the distribution of a set of data.  Understand what standard deviation represents.  Calculate mean, median and IQR.
6)  Write NEXT/NOW equations.
7)  Interpret a linear situation and create a formula to represent the situation.  Use the formula to solve problems.
8)  Determine if a sequence is arithmetic or geometric.  Write the formula for the situation suing a recursive formula and a function formula.
9)  Identify the critical points on a graph of a quadratic function.  Give the domain and range for the function.

Thursday, May 7, 2015

Friday, May 15, 2015

SCIENCE: All THREE book activities are due in class on Wednesday, May 20 and your typed research on the drug is due on Thursday, May 21.  The rubric MUST also be turned in with these projects.

Thursday, May 14, 2015

SCIENCE: You MUST have a minimum of 10 bullets or sentences of background research information (either typed or hand-written) for your research topic.  This is what will earn you a work period in class on Friday.  Anyone missing this work, will be given an additional assignment.

MATH 8:  no homework

IAG1 MATH:  Review from distance formula to Ohm's Law.