7th grade October

October 3rd/October 4th

As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:

  • Review for Test

Student learning will be demonstrated by:

  • Practice Test
  • Test

Classroom activities will include:

  • Going over practice test and other reviews in stations(3rd)
  • Test(4th)

Homework:

  • Study for Test (3rd)
  • None(4th)

October 5th

As a result of this lessson, students will be able to:

  • write numbers with exponents
  • simplify expressions with exponents using order of operations

Student learning will be demonstrated by:

  • Preview of ch. 3 pg. 130
  • Investigation

Classroom activities will include:

  • Page 130 in class(will also go over in class)
  • Investigation with partners pg. 130

Homework: None

October 6th

As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:

  • Write numbers with exponents
  • Use order of operations with exponents to simplify expressions

Student learning will be demonstrated by:

  • Tests
  • Vocab 
  • Page 133

Classroom activities will include:

  • Pass Back Tests
  • Vocab Activity
  • Notes on 3.1

Homework: pg. 133-135 (1-10,12-17,55-58)

October 7th

As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:

  • Write numbers in scientific notation and standard form

Student learning will be demonstrated by:

  • investigation
  • Power of ten table

Classroom activities will include:

  • Go over homework
  • Investigation page 136
  • If you hopped like a frog book
  • Power of ten table
  • Power of ten...you tube clip

Homework: None

October 10th

As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:

  • Write numbers in standard form and scientific notation

Student learning will be demonstrated by:

  • Index cards activity
  • Page 138

Classroom activities will include:

  • Notes on 3.2
  • Index cards activity
  • Page 138

Homework :  page 138-139 (2-20 even, 25, 32-33)

 

October 11th


As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:

  • Write numbers from scientific notation to standard form
  • Apply divisibility rules to numbers

Student learning will be demonstrated by:

  • Page 140
  • Page 145

Classroom activities will include:

  • Go over homework
  • Partners-pgae 140
  • Notes on 3.3

Homework: page 143 (18-28)

October 12th

As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:

  • Apply divisibility rules to numbers
  • Find least common multiples/factors of numbers

Student learning will be demonstrated by:

  • Divisibility Game
  • Vocab
  • page 178

Classroom activities include:

  • Go over homework
  • Divisibility Rocks game
  • Scholastic Magazine
  • Frayer Model Vocab

Homework:  page 178-179 (6-19)

October 13th

As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:

  • Find the least common multiple of a set of numbers
  • Find the factors of a number

Student learning will be demonstrated by:

  • Quiz
  • Class discussion
  • worksheet

Classroom activities will include:

  • Go over homework
  • Quiz
  • Notes on Least common multiple vs. factors
  • Wkst (LCM and factors)

Homework: Finish worksheet

October 14th

As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:

  • To use prime factorization
  • find multiples and factors
  • Write equivalent fractions
  • simplify fractions

Student learning will be demonstrated by:

  • Scholastic mags activities
  • Pgae 155

Classroom activities will include:

  • Notes on prime factorization
  • Go over worksheet and quiz
  • Scholastic mags-two articles on factors and multiples
  • Discussion on simplifying fractions

Homework: Page 155 (52-55 and checkpoint quiz 1), Aaron Rodgers Scholastic Mag Pages 12-13

October 17th

As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:

  • compare and order fractions

Student learning will be demonstrated by:

  • Homework
  • Page 179
  • Extra Credit

Classroom activities will include:

  • Go over homework
  • Notes on ordering and comparing fractions
  • Page 179 (20-29)
  • Extra Credit-page 161-162 (1-14) Due Monday

Homework:  Page 179 (20-29) and extra credit

October 18th

As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:

  • write a mixed number as an improper fraction
  • Write an improper fraction as a mixed number

Student learning will be demonstrated by:

  • Homework
  • Bingo

Classroom activities will include:

  • Check homework
  • Notes on mixed and improper fractions
  • Bingo

Homework:  NONE

October 19th

As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:

  • Convert numbers from improper fractions to mixed numbers and vice versa
  • Convert numbers from scientific notation to standard form and vice versa

Student learning will be demonstrated by:

  • Stations material

Classroom activities will include:

  • Stations (station 1-tutorial on scientific notation on phone and then 3.2 reteach worksheet, station 2-vocabulary story from word wall, station 3-Alternative assessment(page 1 and page 2), station 4-Cody simpson scholastic magazine article)

Homework:  Finish extra credit due Monday

October 24th


As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:

  • relate fractions and decimals
  • convert fractions to decimals and vice versa

Student learning will be demonstrated by:

  • Investigation activity
  • Homework

Classroom activities will include:

  • Collecting extra credit
  • Go over stations
  • Investigation page 168
  • Notes on 3.9

Homework:  page 170-172 (2,3,19,24,28,34,60)

October 25th


As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:

  • Compare and order rational numbers

Student learning will be demonstrated by:

  • Homework
  • Checkpoint Quiz

Classroom activities will include:

  • Check homework
  • 3-10 notes
  • Page 176 checkpoint quiz in class

Homework:  None

October 26th-28th

As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:

  • master all chapter 3 skills

Student learning will be demonstrated by:

  • practice test(26th)
  • Review Problems(27th)
  • Test(28th)

Classroom activities will include:

  • Collect homework and do practice test (26th)(SUB HERE THIS DAY)
  • Go over practice test, problems on page 180 in groups to review on whiteboards(27th)
  • Test (28th)

Homework:  Study for Test