## CORE 2

Week 9 June 8 - June 12

This week there are no new assignments.

We will not have our regular meets, but I am available for support. Students who have not finished the assignments or are still developing their understanding should use this time to complete that work.

I am available:

Monday: 1-4

Tuesday: by appointment

Wednesday: 1-4

Thursday: Promotion ceremony

Friday: by appointment

Week 8 June 1- June 5

Objectives:

Scientific Notation

Monday 6/01

Synchronous Learning 10:10-10:55

Tuesday 6/02

Asynchronous Learning

Wednesday 6/03

Synchronous Learning 10:10-10:55

Thursday 6/04

Asynchronous Learning

Friday 6/05

Asynchronous Learning

Week 7 May 25- May 29

Objectives:

Develop and apply the properties of integer exponents to generate equivalent numerical expressions

Monday 5/25

Happy Memorial Day!

NO SCHOOL

Tuesday 5/26

Asynchronous Learning

Wednesday 5/27

Synchronous Learning 10:10-10:55

Thursday 5/28

Asynchronous Learning

Friday 5/29

Asynchronous Learning

Week 6 May 18- May 22

Objectives:

Develop and apply the properties of integer exponents to generate equivalent numerical expressions

Monday 5/18

Synchronous Learning 10:10 - 10:55

Tuesday 5/19

Asynchronous Learning

Synchronous Learning 10:10-10:55

Thursday 5/21

Asynchronous Learning

Friday 5/22

Asynchronous Learning

Week 5 May 11- May 15

Objectives:

1. Explain the Pythagorean Theorem and its converse

2. Apply the Pythagorean Theorem and its converse to real-world and mathematical problems

3. Apply the Pythagorean Theorem to find the distance between two points in a coordinate system

Monday 5/11

Synchronous Learning 10:10 - 10:55

Asynchronous Learning

Wednesday 5/13

Synchronous Learning 10:10-10:55

Thursday 5/14

Asynchronous Learning

Friday 5/15

Asynchronous Learning

Week 4 May 4 - May 8

Objectives:

1. Know the relationship between classifications within the real number system of natural, whole, rational, irrational numbers and integers

2. Explain the Pythagorean Theorem

Monday 5/03

Synchronous Learning 10:10 - 10:55

Tuesday 5/04

Asynchronous Learning

Wednesday 5/06

Synchronous Learning 10:10-10:55

Thursday 5/07

Asynchronous Learning

Friday 5/08

Asynchronous Learning

Week 3: April 27 - May 1

Objectives:

Monday 4/27

Synchronous Learning 10:10 - 10:55

Asynchronous Learning

Synchronous Learning 10:10-10:55

Asynchronous Learning

TEACHER WORKDAY

No assignments

I will be working. Email me if you have questions. We may be able to arrange a Meet.

Week 2: April 20-24

Objectives: Interpreting, graphing, and explaining linear and non-linear functions

Monday 4/20:

Synchronous Learning: 10:10-10:55

Tuesday 4/21:

Asynchonous Learning

Wednesday 4/22:

Synchronous Learning: 10:10-10:55

Thursday 4/23:

Asynchronous learning

Friday 4/24:

Asynchronous Learning

Welcome to Week 1 of remote learning

Below is the suggested daily work plan:

Details are on Google Classroom

Monday:

EXPLORE: Watch lesson and go to website for an introduction to FUNCTIONS.

EXPLAIN: Fill out the guided notes as you go.

PRACTICE & APPLY: Attend class from 10:10-10:55

ASSESS: Do Exit ticket

REVIEW: DreamBox

Tuesday:

PRACTICE & APPLY: Do 2

REVIEW: DreamBox

Wednesday:

PRACTICE & APPLY: Do 2

Attend class from 10:10 - 10:55

ASSESS: Do Exit Ticket

REVIEW: DreamBox

Thursday:

PRACTICE & APPLY: Do 2

REVIEW: DreamBox

Friday:

PRACTICE & APPLY: Desmos: Function Card Sort

ASSESS: Kahoot Challenge

REVIEW: DreamBox

This week there are no new assignments.

We will not have our regular meets, but I am available for support. Students who have not finished the assignments or are still developing their understanding should use this time to complete that work.

I am available:

Monday: 1-4

Tuesday: by appointment

Wednesday: 1-4

Thursday: Promotion ceremony

Friday: by appointment

Week 8 June 1- June 5

Objectives:

Scientific Notation

- Identify
- Order
- Convert
- Multiply
- Divide

Monday 6/01

Synchronous Learning 10:10-10:55

- Check-in
- Identifying, ordering, converting numbers to and from scientific notation form

Tuesday 6/02

Asynchronous Learning

- Identifying, ordering, converting numbers to and from scientific notation form

Wednesday 6/03

Synchronous Learning 10:10-10:55

- Identifying, ordering, converting numbers to and from scientific notation form

Thursday 6/04

Asynchronous Learning

- Multiplying and Dividing numbers written in scientific notation

Friday 6/05

Asynchronous Learning

- More practice multiplying and dividing numbers written in scientific notation

- Review Session: Functions 9:00 - 9:30
- Review Session: Solving Multi-Step Equations 10:30-11:00

Week 7 May 25- May 29

Objectives:

Develop and apply the properties of integer exponents to generate equivalent numerical expressions

- Dividing Exponents
- Negative Exponents

Monday 5/25

Happy Memorial Day!

NO SCHOOL

Tuesday 5/26

Asynchronous Learning

- Dividing Exponents

Wednesday 5/27

Synchronous Learning 10:10-10:55

- Negative Exponents

Thursday 5/28

Asynchronous Learning

- Review Power properties

Friday 5/29

Asynchronous Learning

- Additional Properties of Powers practice

- Review Session: Functions 9:00 - 9:30
- Review Session: Solving Multi-Step Equations 10:30-11:00

Week 6 May 18- May 22

Objectives:

Develop and apply the properties of integer exponents to generate equivalent numerical expressions

Monday 5/18

Synchronous Learning 10:10 - 10:55

- Check-in
- Overview of Exponent Laws

Tuesday 5/19

Asynchronous Learning

- Product of Powers

Synchronous Learning 10:10-10:55

- Power of Powers

Thursday 5/21

Asynchronous Learning

- Powers of Products

Friday 5/22

Asynchronous Learning

- Review Session: Functions 9:00 - 9:30
- Review Session: Solving Multi-Step Equations 10:30-11:00
- Bonus Lesson: Converting repeating Decimals into fractions 11:00 - 11:30

Week 5 May 11- May 15

Objectives:

1. Explain the Pythagorean Theorem and its converse

2. Apply the Pythagorean Theorem and its converse to real-world and mathematical problems

3. Apply the Pythagorean Theorem to find the distance between two points in a coordinate system

Monday 5/11

Synchronous Learning 10:10 - 10:55

- Check-in
- Pythagorean Theorem word problems

Asynchronous Learning

- Using the Pythagorean Theorem to determine if a triangle is a right triangle

Wednesday 5/13

Synchronous Learning 10:10-10:55

- Using the Pythagorean Theorem to determine the length of a line segment on the coordinate plane

Thursday 5/14

Asynchronous Learning

- Review: Real number system, squares, cubes and roots, Pythagorean Theorem

Friday 5/15

Asynchronous Learning

- Assessment on the real number system, squares, cubes and roots and the Pythagorean Theorem
- Review Session: Functions 9:30 - 10:00
- Review Session: Interpreting graphs 10:00-10:30

Week 4 May 4 - May 8

Objectives:

1. Know the relationship between classifications within the real number system of natural, whole, rational, irrational numbers and integers

2. Explain the Pythagorean Theorem

Monday 5/03

Synchronous Learning 10:10 - 10:55

- Check-in
- Examples and Classifying Real Numbers

Tuesday 5/04

Asynchronous Learning

- Similarities and differences between the real number classifications

Wednesday 5/06

Synchronous Learning 10:10-10:55

- Introduction to the Pythagorean Theorem

Thursday 5/07

Asynchronous Learning

- More exploration of the Pythagorean theorem

Friday 5/08

Asynchronous Learning

- Pythagorean Theorem inverse
- Review Session: Functions 9:30 - 10:00
- Review Session: Interpreting graphs 10:00-10:30

Week 3: April 27 - May 1

Objectives:

- When I have a square root or a cube root I can reason between which two whole numbers it is between.
- I can find the decimal approximation for square roots and cube roots.
- I can plot a square root on the number line.
- I understand that every number has a decimal expansion.

Monday 4/27

Synchronous Learning 10:10 - 10:55

- Check-in
- Fraction and decimal representations

Asynchronous Learning

- Prefect Squares and Square roots
- Identify
- Approximate
- Plot

Synchronous Learning 10:10-10:55

- Cubes and Cube Roots
- Identify
- Approximate
- Plot

Asynchronous Learning

- Squares, Cubes & their roots
- estimating expressions
- comparing

TEACHER WORKDAY

No assignments

I will be working. Email me if you have questions. We may be able to arrange a Meet.

Week 2: April 20-24

Objectives: Interpreting, graphing, and explaining linear and non-linear functions

Monday 4/20:

Synchronous Learning: 10:10-10:55

- Check-in
- Answer questions

- Watch videos
- Do assigned practice
- Do Exit Ticket
- DreamBox

Tuesday 4/21:

Asynchonous Learning

- Watch videos
- Do assigned practice
- Do Exit Ticket
- DreamBox

Wednesday 4/22:

Synchronous Learning: 10:10-10:55

- Check-in
- Answer questions
- Play BINGO as a class

- Do assigned practice
- Do Exit Ticket
- DreamBox

Thursday 4/23:

Asynchronous learning

- Watch videos
- Do assigned practice
- DreamBox

Friday 4/24:

Asynchronous Learning

- Complete any undone work.
- Extend your learning by doing the posted activity.
- DreamBox

- 10:30-11:00: Simplifying Linear Expressions
- 11:00 - 11:30 Solving Multi-Step Equations

Welcome to Week 1 of remote learning

Below is the suggested daily work plan:

Details are on Google Classroom

Monday:

EXPLORE: Watch lesson and go to website for an introduction to FUNCTIONS.

EXPLAIN: Fill out the guided notes as you go.

PRACTICE & APPLY: Attend class from 10:10-10:55

ASSESS: Do Exit ticket

REVIEW: DreamBox

Tuesday:

PRACTICE & APPLY: Do 2

REVIEW: DreamBox

Wednesday:

PRACTICE & APPLY: Do 2

Attend class from 10:10 - 10:55

ASSESS: Do Exit Ticket

REVIEW: DreamBox

Thursday:

PRACTICE & APPLY: Do 2

REVIEW: DreamBox

Friday:

PRACTICE & APPLY: Desmos: Function Card Sort

ASSESS: Kahoot Challenge

REVIEW: DreamBox