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Daily Agenda

Classwork Information:

Students will be graded on their preparation, participation, completion, and corrections each day.  Daily classwork includes individual assignments, partner assignments, and group work. 

Absent Students:

It is each student's responsibility to:

  1. Check with a classmate, the website, or the board in class for missed classwork and homework assignments.
  2. Copy a classmate’s notes taken in class on the day(s) the student was absent.
  3. Speak with Mrs. Jeppesen about any other possible assignments or handouts from the missed days, or if they have any questions.
  4. Turn in any assignments that were due on the day(s) the student missed.
  5. Turn in make-up work within two school days from the day the student returned to school.

If students do not fulfill their responsibilities in obtaining and completing their make-up work in a timely manner, the assignments will be entered as 0% in the gradebook.  

If a student will be absent for a trip, extended illness, etc., families are encouraged to contact the front office for a Homework  Request.  All of the students teachers will provide a packet of work that can be picked up by the family from the office and the work can be completed while the student is absent.  Students and their families can also contact a classmate, visit the website, or contact Mrs. Jeppesen while the student is absent to obtain information on make-up work.


April and May:

Unit: Statistics

Essential Questions: What are statistical questions?  What are and how to we use the measures of center, variability, and distribution?  How do we compare data using many different graphs?


Friday,  March 23:

Lesson: Thematic Unit Day (no regular classes)


Thursday,  March 22:

Lesson: Fermi Problem #3 (continued)

Essential Question: How do we apply what we know to solve open-ended problems?


Wednesday,  March 21:

Lesson: Fermi Problem #3 (continued)

Essential Question: How do we apply what we know to solve open-ended problems?


Tuesday,  March 20:

Lesson: Fermi Problem #3

Essential Question: How do we apply what we know to solve open-ended problems?


Monday,  March 19:

Lesson: Geometry Unit Test

Essential Question: What have we learned?


riday,  March 16:

Lesson: Volume: Day 2

Essential Question: What is volume and when do we use it?


Thursday,  March 15:

Lesson: Volume: Day 1

Essential Question: What is volume and when do we use it?


Wednesday,  March 14:

Lesson: Pi Day

Essential Question: Why is pi so important?


Tuesday,  March 13:

Lesson: Finish Nets & Surface Area

Essential Question: How do we use area equations for surface area?


Monday,  March 12:

Lesson: Finish Nets & Start Surface Area (if time)

Essential Question: What is a net?


Friday,  March 9:

Lesson: Finish Circles & Start Nets (if time)

Essential Question: What is a net?


Thursday,  March 8:

Lesson: Circles: Circumference and Area

Essential Question: When do we use pi?


Wednesday,  March 7:

Lesson: The Dragon of Pi

Essential Question: How is pi calculated?


Tuesday,  March 6:

Lesson: Parallelograms & Trapezoids: Area

Essential Question: How do we calculate the area of other quadrilaterals?


Monday,  March 5:

Lesson: Triangles: Perimeter and Area

Essential Question: How do we calculate the area and perimeter of triangles?


Wednesday,  February 28:

Lesson: Rectangles: Perimeter and Area

Essential Question: How do we calculate the area and perimeter of rectangles?


Tuesday,  February 27:

Lesson: Quiz and Advocacy Artifacts

Essential Question: What have we learned so far?


Monday,  February 26:

Lesson: Interior and Exterior Angles

Essential Question: When do we use supplements and angle sums?


Friday,  February 23:

Lesson: Angle Sums: Day 3

Essential Question: How do we calculate angle sums?


Thursday,  February 22:

Lesson: Angle Sums: Day 2

Essential Question: How do we calculate angle sums?


Wednesday,  February 21:

Lesson: Angle Sums

Essential Question: How do we calculate angle sums?


Tuesday,  February 20:

Lesson: Angles and Parallel Lines

Essential Question: When are complements and supplements formed?


Friday,  February 16:

Lesson: Finish Complementary and Supplementary Angles and Start Angles and Parallel Lines

Essential Question: When are complements and supplements formed?


Thursday,  February 15:

Lesson: Drawing Angles & Complementary and Supplementary Angles

Essential Question: What are complements and supplements?


Wednesday,  February 14:

Lesson: Measuring Angles

Essential Question: How do we measure angles?


Tuesday,  February 13:

Lesson: Understanding Angles

Essential Question: What is an angle?


Monday,  February 12:

Lesson: Norman and the Polygons: Day 2

Essential Question: What makes a polygon a polygon?


Friday,  February 9:

Lesson: Norman and the Polygons

Essential Question: What makes a polygon a polygon?


Thursday,  February 8:

Lesson: Unit Test

Essential Question: What have we learned?


Wednesday,  February 7:

Lesson: Review

Essential Question: What have we learned?


Tuesday,  February 6:

Lesson: Solving Inequalities: Day 2

Essential Question: How do inequalities represent relationships?


Monday,  February 5:

Lesson: Solving Inequalities

Essential Question: How do inequalities represent relationships?


Friday,  February 2:

Lesson: Graphing Inequalities

Essential Question: How do inequalities represent relationships?


Thursday, February 1:

Lesson: Writing & Solving Equations

Essential Question: How do we write and solve equations?


Wednesday, January 31:

Lesson: Solving Equations

Essential Question: How is the Order of Operations related to solving equations?


Tuesday, January 30:

Lesson: Writing Equations: Day 3

Essential Question: How do equations represent relationships?


Monday, January 29:

Lesson: Writing Equations: Day 2

Essential Question: How do equations represent relationships?


Friday, January 26:

Lesson: Writing Equations: Day 1

Essential Question: How do equations represent relationships?


Thursday, January 25:

Lesson: Finish Linear Patterns & 4 Quadrant Relationships

Essential Question: How do we graph relationships on four quadrants?


Wednesday, January 24:

Lesson: Finish Comparing Relationships & Start Linear Patterns

Essential Question: What is a linear relationship?


Tuesday, January 23:

Lesson: Comparing Relationships

Essential Question: How do we compare relationships using tables and graphs?


Monday, January 22:

Lesson: Quiz & Comparing Relationships (start, if time)

Essential Question: How do we compare relationships using tables and graphs?


Friday, January 19:

Lesson: Combining Like Terms

Essential Question: What is a like term?


Thursday, January 18:

Lesson: Evaluating Expressions & Start Like Terms

Essential Question: What information do we need to evaluate expressions?


Wednesday, January 17:

Lesson: Algebraic Expressions: Day 2

Essential Question: How do we write expressions?


Tuesday, January 16:

Lesson: Finish Rules & Start Algebraic Expressions: Day 1

Essential Question: How do we write expressions?


Friday, January 12:

Lesson: Rules

Essential Question: How do we describe patterns?


Thursday, January 11:

Lesson: Finish One Grain of Rice & Start Rules

Essential Question: How do we describe patterns?


Wednesday, January 10:

Lesson: One Grain of Rice

Essential Question: How do we recognize and describe patterns?


Tuesday, January 9:

Lesson: Finish Math Relationships Vocabulary and Graphs vs. Tables

Essential Question: How do we read graphs and tables?


Monday, January 8:

Lesson: Finish Tables & Graphs and Math Relationships Vocabulary

Essential Question: How do we organize data we collect?


Friday, January 5:

Lesson: Tables & Graphs: Day 2

Essential Question: How do we organize data we collect?


Thursday, January 4:

Lesson: Finish Math Curse, Organize Spirals, and Tables & Graphs: Day 1

Essential Question: How do we organize data we collect?


Wednesday, January 3:

Lesson: Expectations and The Math Curse

Essential Question: How did you use math over Break?


Friday, December 15:

Lesson: Hunting the Hidden Dimension: Day 2

Essential Question: What are fractals and how do they affect our lives?


Thursday, December 14:

Lesson: Hunting the Hidden Dimension: Day 1

Essential Question: What are fractals and how do they affect our lives?


Wednesday, December 13:

Lesson: Final Exam

Essential Question: What have you learned?


Friday, December 7, Monday, December 11, & Tuesday, December 12:

Lesson: Review Stations

Essential Question: What have we learned?


Wednesday, December 6 & Thursday, December 6:

Lesson: Fermi Problem #2

Essential Question: How do we apply what we know to solve open-ended questions?


Monday, December 4 & Tuesday, December 5:

Lesson: iReady Diagnostic Winter Testing

Essential Question: What have you learned so far?


Friday, December 1:

Lesson: Distance Between Points: Day 2

Essential Question: How do we use range?


Thursday, November 30:

Lesson: Distance Between Points: Day 1

Essential Question: How do we use range?


Wednesday, November 29:

Lesson: Coordinate Graphs

Essential Question: How do we plot points accurately?


Tuesday, November 28:

Lesson: The Coordinate Plane

Essential Question: What are the parts of a coordinate graph?


Monday, November 27:

Lesson: Extending the Number Line: Fractions & Decimals

Essential Question: Where are numbers located on a number line?


Tuesday, November 21:

Lesson: Turkey Glyphs

Essential Question: How do math concepts relate to Thanksgiving?


Monday, November 20:

Lesson: Finish Hot Summer... Cold Winter & Start Turkey Glyphs (if time)

Essential Question: How do we compute the range of integers?


Friday, November 17:

Lesson: Hot Summer... Cold Winter

Essential Question: How do we compute the range of integers?


Thursday, November 16:

Lesson: The Integer Game

Essential Question: How are opposites different from absolute value?


Wednesday, November 15:

Lesson: The Real Number System & Opposites and Absolute Value

Essential Question: How are opposites different from absolute value?


Tuesday, November 14:

Lesson: Ratios Unit Test

Essential Question: What have we learned?


Monday, November 13:

Lesson: Tax, Tip, & Total Cost: Day 3

Essential Question: When do we use percentages?


Friday, November 10:

Lesson: Tax, Tip, & Total Cost: Day 2

Essential Question: When do we use percentages?


Thursday, November 9:

Lesson: Tax, Tip, & Total Cost: Day 1

Essential Question: When do we use percentages?


Wednesday, November 8:

Lesson: Percent Of and Off

Essential Question: When do we use percentages?


Tuesday, November 7:

Lesson: Proportions

Essential Question: What are proportions?


Monday, November 6:

Lesson: Tape Diagrams

Essential Question: What do Tape Diagrams help solve?


Friday, November 3:

Lesson: Partner Work with Ratios

Essential Question: What have we learned so far?


Thursday, November 2:

Lesson: Grocery Store Ratios

Essential Question: When do we use unit rates?


Wednesday, November 1:

Lesson: Let's Make A Deal... Revisited

Essential Question: When do we use unit rates?


Friday, October 27:

Lesson: Pumpkin Project: Day 2

Essential Question: When can we calculate unit rates and how can we relate math concepts to pumpkins?


Thursday, October 26:

Lesson: Pumpkin Project

Essential Question: When can we calculate unit rates?


Wednesday, October 25:

Lesson: Bad Date

Essential Question: When do we calculate unit rates?


Tuesday, October 24:

Lesson: Unit Rates

Essential Question: How do we calculate unit rates?


Monday, October 23:

Lesson: Rate Tables

Essential Question: How can we use rate tables to compare ratios?


Friday, October 20:

Lesson: Advocacy Artifacts & Scaled Ratios (cont.)

Essential Question: How do we scale ratios?


Thursday, October 19:

Lesson: Scaled Ratios

Essential Question: How do we scale ratios?


Wednesday, October 18:

Lesson: Comparing Using Ratios and Fractions (Continued)

Essential Question: How do we compare using ratios and fractions?


Tuesday, October 17:

Lesson: Comparing Using Ratios and Fractions

Essential Question: How do we compare using ratios and fractions?


Monday, October 16:

Lesson: Comparing with Ratios and Fractions

Essential Question: How are ratios different from fractions?


Wednesday, October 11:

Lesson: Fermi Problem #1 (continued)

Essential Question: How do we apply what we know to solve open-ended questions?


Tuesday, October 10:

Lesson: Fermi Problem #1

Essential Question: How do we apply what we know to solve open-ended questions?


Monday, October 9:

Lesson: Fractions and Decimals Unit Test

Essential Question: What have you learned?


Friday, October 6:

Lesson: Fractions and Decimals Review

Essential Question: What have we learned?


Thursday, October 5:

Lesson: Decimal Quotients: Day 2

Essential Question: What algorithms can we use to divide fractions?


Wednesday, October 4:

Lesson: Decimal Quotients

Essential Question: What algorithms can we use to divide fractions?


Tuesday, October 3:

Lesson: Decimal Products: Day 2

Essential Question: What algorithms can we use to multiply fractions?


Monday, October 2:

Lesson: Review Decimal Sums and Differences & Start Decimal Products

Essential Question: How do we add and subtract decimals? & What algorithms can we use to multiply fractions?


Friday, September 29:

Lesson: Finish Conversions

Essential Question: How do we convert fractions to decimals? 


Thursday, September 28:

Lesson: Quiz and Conversions: Fractions & Decimals

Essential Question: How do we convert fractions to decimals?


Wednesday, September 27:

Lesson: Fraction Quotients: Day 4 (Periods 2 & 3) & Fraction Quotients Day 3 (Periods 4, 5, & 6)

Essential Question: How do we divide fractions?


Tuesday, September 26:

Lesson: Fraction Quotients: Day 3 (Periods 2 & 3) & Fraction Quotients Day 2 (Periods 4, 5, & 6)

Essential Question: How do we divide fractions?


Monday, September 25:

Lesson: Fraction Quotients: Day 2 (Periods 2 & 3) & Fraction Quotients Day 1 (Periods 4, 5, & 6)

Essential Question: How do we divide fractions?


Friday, September 22:

Lesson: Fraction Quotients: Day 1 (Periods 2 & 3) & Finish Fraction Products (Periods 4, 5, & 6)

Essential Question: How do we divide fractions? (Period 2) & How do we multiply fractions? (Periods 3, 4, 5, & 6)


Thursday, September 21:

Lesson: Fraction Products

Essential Question: How do we multiply fractions?


Wednesday, September 20:

Lesson: Finish PEMDAS & Review Fractions Sums and Differences

Essential Question: Do we understand the Order of Operations and how to add and subtract fractions?


Tuesday, September 19:

Lesson: Fraction Sums and Differences

Essential Question: How do we add and subtract fractions?


Monday, September 18:

Lesson: PEMDAS: The Order of Operations

Essential Question: How do we use PEMDAS?


Friday, September 15:

Lesson: Properties of Real Numbers

Essential Question: What are the properties of real numbers?


Thursday, September 14:

Lesson: Finish The Locker Problem & Start Properties of Real Numbers

Essential Question: How do we apply what we know to solve problems?


Wednesday, September 13:

Lesson: The Locker Problem

Essential Question: How do we apply what we know to solve problems?


Tuesday, September 12:

Lesson: Prime Time Unit Test

Essential Question: What have you learned?


Monday, September 11:

Lesson: Prime Factorization: LCM & GCF (2nd Period) and Prime Factorization: Day 4 (3rd - 6th Periods)

Essential Question: What methods can we use to find LCM & GCF? (2nd Period) and What is prime factorization? (3rd - 6th Periods)


Wednesday, September 6 - Friday, September 8:

Lesson: iReady Testing

Essential Question: What do we already know?


Tuesday, September 5:

Lesson: Prime Factorization: Day 3

Essential Question: What is prime factorization?


Friday, September 1:

Lesson: Prime Factorization: Day 2

Essential Question: What is prime factorization?


Thursday, August 31:

Lesson: Finish The LCM & Start Prime Factorization

Essential Question: When do we use LCM in everyday life? & What is prime factorization?


Wednesday, August 30:

Lesson: The LCM: Day 2

Essential Question: When do we use LCM in everyday life?


Tuesday, August 29:

Lesson: The GCF & Start The LCM

Essential Question: When do we use GCF in everyday life? & When do we use LCM in everyday life?


Monday, August 28:

Lesson: Finish Venn Diagrams & Start GCF

Essential Question: Why use Venn Diagrams in math? & When do we use GCF in everyday life?


Friday, August 25:

Lesson: Venn Diagrams

Essential Question: What is a math use for Venn Diagrams?


Thursday, August 24:

Lesson: Finish Proper Factors & Multiples

Essential Question: How are factors and multiples similar and different?


Wednesday, August 23:

Lesson: Proper Factors

Essential Question: What are the types of factors?


Tuesday, August 22:

Lesson: Finish Divisibility Rules & Start Factors (if time)

Essential Question: Why are the divisibility rules useful?


Monday, August 21:

Lesson: Finish Binder Set-Up & Start Divisibility Rules

Essential Question: Why are the divisibility rules useful?


Friday, August 18:

Lesson: Spiral and Binder Set-Up

Essential Question: How will we stay organized this year?


Thursday, August 17:

Lesson: Mission Statements: Day 2

Essential Question: What are our goals for the year?


Tuesday, August 15:

Lesson: "Oh, the Places You'll Go!"

Essential Question: Who are your classmates?


Monday, August 14:

Lesson: Class Introduction & Policies

Essential Question: What can you expect from this class?


 

 

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