Parents and students,
        The following is an ongoing list of the entries for the present -week grading period. Each of these entries should be kept in the math section of the binder at all times. If you are missing an entry, you should redo it if it cannot be found. Parents-- all quizzes and tests are entries so these are kept here as well.  Checking a student's agenda as well as checking this list against the binder itself are both great ways to stay on top of things.
 
4/27/17  Brainwarmer  1 - SOL review questions from the screen
                                     2 - p. 643 Lesson 11-3 #3,4,6-14,16-18
                 After checking homework, we continued to practice SOL items using Test Nav 8
               E-4-24  p.412 #35-40 
4/26/17  Brainwarmer  1- scale model word problems from the screen
                                     2 - p. 55 #13-18
               After checking homework, we continued to practice SOL items using Test Nav 8
               E-4-23 worksheet - finding total area and perimeter and volume and surface area 
4/25/17  Brainwarmer:  1- p. 248 #55-59
                                       2 - p. 506 #22-26
               After checking homework, we continued to practice SOL items using Test Nav 8
               E-4-22 p. 616 Lesson 1-2 #18-26 
4/24/17  E-4-20  Probability and Scatter plot quiz
                        After the quiz we did an SOL review from the screen then continued E-4-11 SOL Coach book 
               E-4-21 p. 629 Lesson 6-1 #1-6 
4/21/17  Brainwarmer  1 - Scatterplot questions from board
                                      2 - p. 376 #4-9
                                      3 - Practice Skills 8-5 worksheet
                                      4 - Continue E-4-11 SOL Coach book
                     We looked at the first 2 problems on Test Nav 8 Practice Items. 
4/20/17  No class for Periods 2 and 3 - We had double blocked classes for Periods 6 and 7 today. 
4/19/17  We had double blocked classes for Periods 2 and 3 today in order to take the Math SGA.
                  Tomorrow we will have double blocked classes for Periods 6 and 7. 
4/18/17  Brainwarmer  1- Complex figure from screen - find total area and perimeter
                                     2-  p. 616 Lesson 1-2  Be sure to show work then check on calculator
                        Practice vocabulary E-4-18 with partner
               Study E-4-18
               SGA is tomorrow - we will have a double block to allow you time. 
4/17/17 No school 
4/14/17  Brainwarmer 1- Probability SOL question from the screen
                  We reviewed the year's math vocabulary on E-4-18 8th grade math vocabulary.  If you were absent, you
                   can get this from Mrs. Campbell when you return.  We studied this then practiced it with partners.
                Study E-4-18 each night. 
4/13/17 Brainwarmer  1- Answer scatterplot questions from the board
                                    2 - p. 398 #9-22
                                    3 - p. 344 #3,4 p. 354 #6,10
                                    4 - p. 524 #5-7, 12-19
               Brainwarmer took us most of class time and included lots of practice for the upcoming SGA and SOL.
                  E-4-17  worksheet - find total area and perimeter 
4/12/17  Brainwarmer  1-  Answer scatterplot questions from the board
                                     2 - p. 636 Lesson 8-5 #1-8
                                     3 - p. 138 #4-6, p. 139 #8-14
                  We then checked homework and did a complex problem involving domain and range
               E-4-16 p. 365 #24,27  p. 364 #18 ( find perimeter and total area) 
4/11/17  Brainwarmer  1- Answer scatterplot questions from the board
                                      2 - p. 635 Lesson 8-1 (write answer as a fraction only)
                                      3 - SOL review questions from the screen.   
                  We learned and practiced compound probability.
                  E-4-15  Solve and check:  1 -   3(x + 5) - 12 = x + 7
                                                            2 - 16 + y = 5y + 1 + 1y 
4/10/17  Brainwarmer 1-  Answer scatterplot questions from the board.
                                     2- SOL review questions from the screen
                  We practiced writing sentences for scatterplots.
                   We reviewed basic probability.
                     We reviewed types of numbers.
               E-4-14  p. 622 Lesson 3-3 #1-9 
4/7/17  Mrs. Campbell was not in school today.
              Brainwarner:  1 - Answer scatterplot questions from board
                                    2 - SOL review questions from screen
            Continue E-4-11 SOL Coach book 
4/6/17  Brainwarmer:  1 - p. 200 #24,28
                                     2 - p. 642 Lesson 10-7 #11-18
                                     3 - Continue E-6-11 SOL Coach Book
               E-4-13 Scatterplot notes
4/5/17  E-4-10  Graphing quiz
             E-4-11  SOL Coach book (This will be a continuing entry where you record the Practice Lessons
                              from the SOL Coach book.) 
            E-4-12  Solve and check :  1-   2x + 2 = 4(x-3)
                                                       2- 4y + 5 - 2y = y + 4
4/4/17  Brainwarmer: Answer questions  For(3,5) (7,5) (2,8) (4,9) 1 - Name the domain/independent variable.
                                                                                                         2 - Name the range/dependent variable.
                                                                                       For p=4s   3 - Which variable is the dependent variable?
                                                                                                      4 - Which variable is the independent variable?
               We practiced more complex graphing equations.  These included equations with fractions and equations
               written  just a little differently.
                  We practiced several sample quiz questions.
                 At the end of class we reviewed angles (vertical, adjacent, complementary, supplementary) since tonight's
                  homework will review this.
            E-4-9  p. 259 #19-26 
             Graphing quiz tomorrow.
4/3/17  Brainwarmer: Answer questions  For (2,6) (-1,5) (3,6) (9,1) 1 - Name the domain/independent variable.
                                                                                                         2 - Name the range/dependent variable.
                                                                                       For C=2pir   3 - Which variable is the dependent variable?
                                                                                                      4 - Which variable is the independent variable?
               We practiced more complex graphing equations.  These included equations with fractions and equations
               written  just a little differently.
                We will be having a quiz on this skill of graphing on Wednesday of this week.  We practiced several sample test
               questions.
                   Homework:  E-4-8  Solve and check  1-    3x + 4 - x = x + 11
                                                                               2-    3x + 4 - x + 2 = 12 
SPRING BREAK 
3/24/17 Brainwarmer: Answer questions  For (-7,8) (6,2) (3,1) (-7,4) 1 - Name the domain/independent variable.
                                                                                                         2 - Name the range/dependent variable.
                                                                                       For p=4s   3 - Which variable is the dependent variable?
                                                                                                      4 - Which variable is the independent variable?
               We practiced more complex graphing equations.  These included equations with fractions and equations
               written  just a little differently.
3/23/17Brainwarmer:Answer questions  For (2,6) (-1,5) (3,6) (9,1) 1 - Name the domain/independent variable.
                                                                                                         2 - Name the range/dependent variable.
                                                                                   For A = lw  3 - Which variable is the dependent variable?
                                                                                                      4 - Which variable is the independent variable?
               We practiced lots of graphing equations. 
3/22/17  Brainwarmer: Answer questions  For (6,2)  (3,5)  (-1,0)  1 - Name the domain/independent variable.
                                                                                                         2 - Name the range/dependent variable.
                                                                                   For y=3x-1   3 - Which variable is the dependent variable?
                                                                                                        4 - Which variable is the independent variable?
                  We began to learn how to graph linear equations.
                  E-4-7  Graphing Linear Equations notes 
3/21/17  Short classes due to visit to SDHS in afternoon
               Brainwarmer:  Notes were handed out that needed to be labeled as E-4-6
                  We then practiced this vocabulary.
                Homework:  Read/Study E-4-6
3/20/17  E-4-5  Formula Quiz
                  After quiz, students completed a SOL review from the screen. 
3/17/17  Short classes due to Direct Prompt Writing SOL in morning.
               Brainwarmer: 1 - Find volume and surface area of pyramid on screen.
                                           Find total area and perimeter of complex figure on screen. 
                                      2 - Continue E-4-4 Formula worksheet
                                       3 - p. 634 Lesson 7-8 #3,5  Lesson 7-6 #1-6
                      Formula quiz Monday 
3/16/17  Short classes due to Multiple choice Writing SOL in morning.
               Brainwarmer:  1 - Find volume and surface area of pyramid on screen.
                                           Find total area and perimeter of complex figure on screen. 
                                      2 - E-4-4  Formula worksheet (with answers) Show work on paper. 
3/15/17  Brainwarmer  1 - Find volume and surface area of pyramid on screen.
                                           Find total area and perimeter of complex figure on screen. 
                                      2 - p. 634 Lesson 7-7 #1,2,4,6  Lesson 7-8 #1,3,4,5,6  Lesson 7-6 #1-6
               We learned how changing one measurement for volume of prism changes the overall volume
3/14/17  No school - SNOW 
3/13/17  Brainwarmer 1-Find Total Area and perimeter for picture on screen.
                                    2 - Find volume of pyramid on screen.
                                    3 - p. 349 #4,6  p. 350 #9,10,13,14  p. 350 #9,10,13,14  p. 354 #5,10
                                    4 - p. 337 #5  p. 338 #10,11
               We learned and practice the Surface Area formula for a pyramid. 
3/10/17 Early dismissal - No academic classes due to team activity in forum 
3/9/17  Brainwarmer  1- Copy picture from screen and Find Total Area and perimeter
                                    2 - Find volume of pyramid on screen
                                    3 - p. 337 #5  p. 338 #10,11
                                    4 - p. 507 #5-11, 14-19
               We then practiced surface area of several figures (rectangular prism, cylinder, cone) 
3/8/17  Brainwarmer 1 - Copy picture from screen and find Total Area and perimeter
                                  2 - Find volume of pyramid on screen
                                  3 - p. 634 Lesson 7-6 #1-5 then try #6.  It is challenging
               We then learned and practice the volume of a triangular prism.
                Then we started Surface Areas.  We started a few problems with surface area of a rectangular prism.
               E-4-3  p. 364 #18 (find total area and perimeter) p. 365 #24,27 
3/7/17  We started class by doing the volume of several rectangular pyramids together.
            Brainwarmer  1- Copy picture from screen and find Total Area and perimeter
                                    2 - p. 344 #4,8,9
                                    3 - p. 628 Lesson 5-7
                  We then started looking at the volume of triangular prisms. 
3/6/17  Brainwarmer  1- Copy picture from screen and find Total Area and perimeter
                                    2 - p. 344 #3, 6  p. 634 Lesson 7-6 #3,5
                                    3 - p. 147 #25-36
                We learned and practiced how to use the formula for Volume of a Pyramid.
               E-4-2  p. 328 #3  (find the Total Area and perimeter) 
3/3/17  Brainwarmer  1- Copy picture from screen and find Total Area and perimeter
                                    2- p. 633 Lesson 7-5 #1,2,3,4,6  p. 338 #8,9,12,13  p. 337 #4,6
               We then practiced a cylinder.
               Then we learned to find the volume of a cone. 
               Notebook checks were turned in.
               We removed the formula sheet which was E-3-19 and renumbered it as E-4-1 
3/2/17  Brainwarmer:  1 -Copy picture from screen and find Total Area and perimeter
                                     2 - p. 218 #4-10
               We learned and practiced volume of prisms and cylinders
               Homework:  E-3-20   7-1 Practice Skills worksheet #1-5 (show work on paper) (This worksheet can be found in the
                                    worksheets tab of this website.  You can either print it or just refer to it from your screen and do your work
                                    on paper.) 
                  Notebook check Friday 
3/1/17   Brainwarmer:  p. 363 #11-13,  p. 632 Lesson 7-1 #1-3,  p. 317 #10-15
                   We practiced several "complex" figures together.
               Notebook check due Friday 
2/28/17  Brainwarmer:  p. 317 #4-12
               We then did perimeter fro #4-10 on p. 317
               We practiced several "complex" figures together. 
2/27/17   Brainwarmer :  SOL practice from the screen
               E-3-19  Formula sheet
                  We practiced the basics of finding areas of simple polygons (triangles, squares, rectangles, parallelograms, trapezoids) 
2/24/17  Mrs. Campbell is out sick today
               E-3-17 Continue Powertest Transformation group activity 
2/23/17  Mrs. Campbell is out sick today
               Brainwarmer :  SOL practice from the screen
               E-3-18  Order of Operations worksheet - show work on paper to get the given answer 
2/22/17  E-3-17  Powertest Transformation group activity 
2/21/17  E-3-16  Transformation Quiz
                  After the quiz, students worked on a puzzle started earlier in the year 
2/20/17  Brainwarmer - We practiced all transformations from the screen (dilations, reflections, translations, rotations)
               We then practiced lots of problems from the screen which involved lots of transformations problems with pictures.
             Transformation quiz tomorrow 
2/17/17  No school -  Parent Conferences
2/16/17  Short class period due to Bowling trip today
               We looked at problems from last week's Angle quiz that were commonly missed. 
2/15/17  Brainwarmer:  SOL practice from the screen
                  We practiced dilations, scale factors, rotations, translations, and reflections 
2/14/17 Brainwarmer:  SOL practice from the screen
               We added the remaining Dilation notes to E-3-11
               We practiced finding the new coordinates for dilations and we practiced finding the scale factor when given the old
                coordinates and the new coordinates 
              Homework:  E-3-15 p. 308 #29-34 write coordinates only 
2/13/17   Brainwarmer:  SOL practice from the screen
                  We practiced rotations, translations, and reflections.
                   Then, we added Dilation notes to E-3-11 
2/10/17   Brainwarmer: SOL practice from the screen
               We practiced rotations and translations.
               Then, we discovered the reflections pattern and added this to our E-3-11 notes. 
2/9/17  Brainwarmer: SOL practice from the screen
               We practiced rotations and translations
               E-3-14  p. 632 Lesson 6-9 #1-4 - Write the new coordinates ONLY.  You do not need to graph. 
2/8/17  Brainwarmer :  SOL practice from the screen
            We practiced lots of rotations.
            We learned tranlations and practiced those.  We added notes to E-3-11 
2/7/17  Finish E-3-12 Angles test
               After the test, students did Angle Lesson practice on the textbook website on the computer.
            E-3-13  Progress Report 
2/6/17   E-3-12  Angles test 
2/3/17  Brainwarmer  1- Complete angle worksheet
                                    2 - Answer angle questions from the screen
                                    3 - p. 616 Lesson 1-2 #1-17
               We practiced lots of rotations.
            Angle quiz on Monday. 
2/2/17  Brainwarmer  1- Complete angle worksheet
                                   2- Answer angle questions from the screen
                                   3 - p. 623 Lesson 3-5 #1-3,  Lesson 3-4 #1-3, 10-15
               We practiced 180 degree rotations, then discovered the pattern for the 90 and 270 degree rotations and practiced
                  those patterns.
               Angle quiz is Monday. 
2/1/17  Brainwarmer 1- Complete angle worksheet
                                  2 - Answer angle questions from the screen
                                  3 - p. 234 #4-19, p. 504 #34-41
               We continued rotations - discovering the 180 degree rotation pattern.
               E-3-11 Transformation notes - Rotations - 180 
1/31/17  Brainwarmer - 1- Complete angle worksheet
                                       2 - Answer angle questions from the screen
                                       3 - p. 625 Lesson 4-5 #3,4  Lesson 4-6 #1,3,4
                                       4 - p. 487 #41-44, 39,40
                  We practiced a few more complex angle pictures to find the missing angle measures.
                  Then we started learning about transformations - particularly rotations where we started with a 180 degree rotation.
                  We were looking to see the pattern. 
1/30/17  Brainwarmer 1 - Complete angle worksheet #3
                                    2 - Answer angle questions from the screen
                                    3 - p. 138 #4-6, p. 139 #8-17
                  We practiced finding angle measures of more challenging angle pictures.
                E-3-10 p. 259 #19-26 
1/27/17  Brainwarmer  1- Complete angle worksheet #2A
                                     2 - Increased rigor SOL problems from the screen
               We practiced finding angle measures of various pictures when we are only given one angle measure to start.  We then
               practiced more challenging pictures which had an extra ray in them.
               Homework:  Study E-3-9 
1/26/17 Brainwarmer 1- Complete angle worksheet#2
                                    2 - Increased rigor SOL problems from the screen
               We added complementary and supplementary angles to the E-3-9 foldable
               Homework:  Study E-3-9 
1/25/17  Brainwarmer 1- Complete angle worksheet#1
                                    2- Increased rigor SOL problems from the screen
               We added adjacent angles to our E-3-9 foldable then practiced  naming both adjacent and vertical angles from a picture and as
               as naming vertical angle measures
               Homework:  Study E-3-9 
1/24/17 Brainwarmer - Increased rigor SOL problems from the screen
               We added to E-3-9 then practiced naming vertical angles for various angle pictures as well as naming the angle measures.
               Homework:  Study E-3-9 
1/23/17  Brainwarmer - Increased rigor SOL problems from the screen
               E-3-9 We started creating an Angles foldable together 
1/20/17  E-3-8  Pythagorean Theorem quiz
               After the quiz, students completed SOL review practice from the screen 
1/19/17  Brainwarmer  1 - p. 144 #4,5
                                     2 - p. 136 #24,25
                                     3 - p. 628 Lesson 5-7 #1,2,7,11
                                     4 - p. 486 #10-15
                     We then looked at some "increased rigor" SOL practice problems together.  We will be using problems like this to help
                     us better prepare for the end of year SOL test.
                E-3-7  Practice Skills 3-4 worksheet #1,2,3,19,20 (Show work on own paper.  No need to write on worksheet.) 
1/18/17  Brainwarmer p. 135 #4,5,10,11,14,15,16
               We learned how to use Pythagorean Theorem to help us find the distance between two points on a graph.  We did p. 144 #13-19
                  as practice
               E-3-6 p. 139 #8-10 
1/17/17  Brainwarmer - Pythagorean Theorem problems from the screen
               We added notes E-3-5 then practiced those type of Pythagorean Theorem problems. 
1/16/17 No school for students 
1/13/17  Brainwarmer p. 507 #14-19, #5-10
                  We practiced lots of problems using Pythagorean Theorem together. 
1/12/17  Brainwarmer 1 - Perfect Squares practice from the screen
                                    2 - p. 477 #13-20
               E-3-5  Pythagorean Theorem notes 
1/11/17  E-3-4  Quiz - Proportions and their applications 
1/9/17 and 1/10/17  No school - SNOW 
1/6/17  Brainwarmer  1  - p. 626 Lesson 4-7 #1,3,4,5
                                    2 - p. 201 #11,12,14   p. 200 #28
                                    3 - p. 181 #5,10,12,13
               Brainwarmer was quiz practice for the upcoming quiz.  It took most of the period.  After completing brainwarmer, students
               began a math puzzle.
           Quiz Monday on Proportion Applications 
1/5/17  Brainwarmer  1- p. 181 #11 (must redraw pictures to match)
                                    2 - p. 625 Lesson 4-6 #1,#4
                                    3 - Algebra book p. 636 #51-54
            We practiced word problems where we needed to draw the picture before realizing the problem required a proportion.
            Homework E-3-3 Scale Model/Similar Figures worksheet #6-10 (show work on paper) 
1/4/17  Brainwarmer 1 - Scale Model Problems #5,6 from screen
                                  2 - Algebra book p. 619 #21-24
               We practiced more problems where we had to redraw the pictures to get them to match before setting up the proportion.
               We also began to practice word problems where we needed to draw the picture before realizing the problem required a proportion.
            Homework E-3-2  Scale Model/Similar Figures worksheet #1-5 (show work on paper)
                     NOTE:  This worksheet can be found in the Worksheets tab of this website 
1/3/17  Brainwarmer 1- Scale model problems #1-4 from screen
                                  2 - Algebra book p. 845 Lesson 11-6 #4-10
            We practiced doing similar figure problems where the 2 pictures are similar but aren't drawn the same way - one is turned.
            Before we try to set up the correct proportion, we must copy the first picture as it is, then draw the second one to match it,
            then put the correct measurements where they belong.   By getting our pictures drawn the same way, we can be more sure
            to set up the proportion correctly. 
12/20/16  We did a team activity in the forum. 
12/19/16  Mrs. Conner will be conducting a scale model activity with the class. 
12/16/16  We practiced similar figure problems together then did p. 618 #6-9 and p. 619 #17-24
                  SGA results were verbally given to each student along with their beginning of the year score so they could see their growth. 
12/15/16 Student Growth Assessment - double period 
               Notebook checks were turned in.  E-2-35 was renumbered as E-3-1 
12/14/16 No class for PreAlgebra  
12/13/16  Brainwarmer 1 - p. 172 #31-33, 35
                                       2 - From Algebra book p. 162 #14-18
                  Continue Similar Figure notes E-2-35 
                  There will be no class tomorrow due to the Algebra midterm
                  SGA Thursday and notebook check due. 
12/12/16  Brainwarmer  1 - p. 200 #24,25,26
                                        2 - Problems from the screen for putting numbers in order least to greates
                                        3 - p. 490 #10,12-16
                     We continued the scale model word problems from Friday
                  We just barely started adding Similar Figure notes to E-2-35 
                  SGA and notebook check will be Thursday 12/15/16 
12/9/16  Brainwarmer  p. 487 #41-44, p 486 #6-8 #10-12
                  E-2-35 We continued Scale model and drawings notes
                     We practiced several scale model problems including word problems. 
                Student Growth Assessment and Notebook check will be Thursday, 12/15/16  
12/8/16  Brainwarmer  1 - p. 505 #7-18
                                     2 - p. 506 #22-26
               E-2-35 Scale model and drawings notes
                  We practiced  
                 Student Growth Assessment and Notebook check will be Thursday, 12/15/16 
12/7/16  E-2-34  Quiz - Percent of change and simple interest
                  After quiz, complete E-2-32 Word Problem worksheet 
12/6/16  Shorter classes due to holiday concert in the afternoon
               Brainwarmer  p. 239 #12-23
                We then continued working on E-2-32  Word Problem worksheet  
12/5/16  Brainwarmer  1 - Interest Word problems from the screen 
                                      2 - p. 628 Lesson 5-7
                  E-2-32 Word Problems worksheet for Lessons 5-7 and 5-8
                  E-2-33  p. 239 #5-7 
               Quiz will be Wednesday on Percent of change and Interest 
12/2/16  Brainwarmer 1 - Students solved 4 interest word problems from the screen
                                    2 - p. 627 Lesson 5-3
                  We practiced lots of percent of change problems together (you can refer to the notes E-2-30 from yesterday.) 
12/1/16  Brainwarmer  p. 243 #7,10,18,11,19,12,20,13,21,14,22
                  Then we finished the last 4 word problems from the screen for simple interest.
                  Mr. Henkel began his lesson on Percent of Change.
                  E-2-30  Percent of Change notes
               Homework:  E-2-31  p. 243 #10,14,18,22 
11/30/16  Brainwarmer p. 629 Lesson 5-8 #1,3,5,7,9,10,11,12,2,4,6,8
                  Then we practiced more challenging interest word problems from the screeen
                  Homework: E-2-29 p. 243 #4,6,9,17 
11/29/16  p. 629 Lesson 5-8 #1,3,5,7,9,10,11,12,2,4,6,8
                  We will practice several more challenging interest word problems from the screen.
               Homework:  E-2-29  p. 243 #4,6, 9,17 
11/28/16  Brainwarmer 1 - Perfect Squares and types of numbers from the screen
                                      2 - p. 620 Lesson 2-6 #1-7
                     E-2-28  Interest notes (we began learning how to compute interest) 
11/22/16  Brainwarmer p. 507 #3-10, 14-19
                  We then did some Mark-up problems from the screen which we learned are much like sales tax problems in that
                   they give you an amount that the price goes "up" by so just like sales tax the amount gets added.
                  No homework - Happy Thanksgiving! 
11/21/16  E-2-27  Discount/Sales Tax quiz
                  After the quiz, check your math binder to make sure all entries are completed and in order, then you will be given
               your inequality puzzle to work on from last week. 
11/18/16  E-2-26  Sales Tax and Discount Word Problems #5-20 (This can be printed or copied from the worksheets tab of this website.
                    ( Show work on own paper where you set up the register receipt.)
                  Discount and Sales Tax quiz will be Monday. 
11/17/16  Brainwarmer 1 - Discount/Sales Tax problems from the screen
                                       2 - p. 15 #43-48
                                       3 - p. 616 Lesson 1-2 #1-17
                  We practiced discount/sales tax word problems where we had to set up the register receipt ourselves from the word problem. 
11/16/16  Brainwarmer:  1 - Discount problems from the screen
                                        2 - Sales tax problems from the screen
                                        3 - p. 486 #3-10
                  We then learned how to do problems that included both discount and sales tax in the same problem. 
11/15/16  Brainwarmer 1- Sales tax problems from the screen
                    E-2-25  Quiz - Percent Proportions
                     After quiz, students continued the inequality puzzle from last week. 
11/14/16  Brainwarmer : 1- Discount problems from the screen
                                        2 - p. 218 #4-10
                     We learned how to solve percent proportions which were sales tax.  SO, the only difference in these problems compared
                  to the discounts we did on Friday is that sales tax is added, not subtracted like discounts are.
                     We practiced lots of sales tax problems using the calculator and recorded our work like a register receipt.
           Homework  E-2-24 p. 218 #10,12,14,16 
           Percent proportion quiz tomorrow.
11/11/16  Brainwarmer:  p. 627 Lesson 5-3 #1-10
                     We learned how to solve percent proportions which were discounts.
                        Specifically, we learned how to do these on the calculator using the percent button.  We recorded our work
                        like a register receipt from a store.  If you were absent, I will work with you during math prep or during brainwarmer
                        to help you.
                     We practiced lots of discount problems using the calculator and recorded our work like a register receipt.
               E-2-23  Progress reports (These are an entry but you are to show them to your parents but then keep it in your binder.) 
11/10/16  Brainwarmer:  Solving proportions from the screen
                     E-2-22  Percent Proportion notes  (These notes can be copied or printed from the PreAlgebra Notes tab of this website.)
                  We practiced setting up percent proportions and solving them.
11/9/16  Brainwarmer  p. 503 #3,4,7  p. 504 #36,39
                  E-2-21  Inequality Quiz 
            After quiz, students started solving an inequality puzzle. 
11/8/16  No school for students 
11/7/16   Short classes due to afternoon Titans Reward
               Brainwarmer 1 - p. 503 #17,18,19  p. 504 #34-41  
                                    2 - p. 172 #6-8, 19-28 
               Inequality quiz Wednesday
               E-2-20 p. 504 #36,37,38 
11/4/16 Brainwarmer: p. 642 Lesson 10-6  #13-20,  Lesson 10-6 #13-20
                We learned the expected work to be shown for solving proportions using cross products.
                  We practiced solving proportions using p. 625 Lesson 4-4 #13-28 
11/3/16  Brainwarmer  1 - p. 503 #3-11
                                     2 - p. 498 #3-10
                                     3 - p. 503 #12-28
                  We introduced Ratios and Unit Rates and practiced several from the screen and from p. 158
            E-2-19  p. 507 #14-19  
11/2/16 Brainwarmer  1 - Perfect squares and types of numbers from the screen
                                    2 - p. 642 Lesson 10-6
               Add notes to E-2-16
                  We practiced solving inequalities using multiplication and division. 
11/1/16  E-2-18 Quiz - Solving equations with variables on both sides
               After quiz, on response boards we did p. 498#34-41, 30-33 Remember, in an inequality, the variable must end up on the 
                  left side. 
 10/31/16  Brainwarmer 1 - p. 506 #22-26       
                                       2 - p. 495 #45,46
                                       3 - p. 641 Lesson 10-5 #1-6 
                   We added notes on Solving Inequalities to E-2-16
                    We practiced solving inequalities using addition and subtraction using p. 498 #3-8, 12-18. 
               Equation quiz tomorrow on Solving Equations with Variables on both sides. 
10/28/16  Brainwarmer p. 641 Lesson 10-4  #15-30
                     We practiced the inequality skills that we learned (and put in our E-2-16 notes) yesterday using p. 494 #18-23, 24-33, 34-37
                  Equation quiz will be Tuesday (equations with variables on both sides) 
10/27/16  Brainwarmer 1 - Solve and check:  8 + 5x + 3(x-2) = -14   Answer x = -2 
                                       2 - p. 486 #10-14
                  Copy or print Inequality notes into E- 2-16 (If you were absent, you can find these
                              notes in the PreAlgebra Notes tab of this website.) 
                  Homework:  E-2-17  p. 506 #22-24 
10/26/16 Brainwarmer   1 - Solve and check:  2(2x - 1) - 3x + 5 = 6   Answer x = 3
                                       2 - p. 477 #37-44
                  Classwork:  E-2-14  p. 641 Lesson 10-4 #15-19
                  Homework:  E-2-15  p. 486 #5,6,7 
10/25/16  Brainwarmer  1 - Solve and check:  3x + 5 + 2(x - 6) = -2    Answer:  x = 1
                                        2 - p. 505 #13-18
                  E-2-13  Notes - Solving equations with variables on both sides  (If you were absent, you can find these
                              notes in the PreAlgebra Notes tab of this website.) 
                  We practiced lots of problems like this from p.486 
10/24/16  We had slightly shorter classes today due to an assembly in the afternoon
                  Brainwarmer - Complex 2 step equations from the screen
                       Today was a second review day - we practice lots of problems and vocabulary that we have already learned this year. 
10/21/16  Brainwarmer - 1 - p. 616 Lesson 1-2 #18-26
                                         2 - p. 14 #28-39
                  Today was a review day - we practice lots of problems and vocabulary that we have already learned this year. 
10/20/16 E-2-12 2 step equation quiz
               After the quiz, students worked to write and solve the equations from the screen.  If you were absent,
               you can do p. 480 #3-5,7-14 to get the same practice. 
10/19/16  Brainwarmer  p. 477 #21, 22, 37-44
                  We practiced equations like the following:  x + 3  =  5  where you must get rid of division first.
                                                                                          -2 
                  We practiced writing our own equations first to match a written math sentence, then solving and checking.
                E-2-11 p. 477 #20. 21, 37, 40
               2 step- equation quiz tomorrow 
10/18/16  Brainwarmer  E-2-8 Do #6-10 on simplifying worksheet
                  E-2-9  Quiz Simplifying and distributive property
                        After the quiz, we practiced solving 2 step equations from the screen. 
                  Homework: E-2-10  p. 476 #4-7 
                     Equation quiz will be Thursday 
10/17/16   Brainwarmer  1- From screen we practiced distributive property and simplifying problems
                                        2 - p. 477 #21,22,13-20
                  We then practiced together more challenging equations which required that you simplify first before
                        trying to solve.  The checking also required more work.
                Homework:  E-2-8  Simplifying worksheet #1-5 ONLY (This worksheet can be copied or printed from the
                        worksheets tab of this website.) 
                              Quiz tomorrow - distributive property and simplifying 
10/14/16  Brainwarmer 1- From screen we practiced distributive property and simplifying problems
                                       2 - p. 640 Lesson 10-2 #1-10
                  Due to today's early dismissal, our class time was short. 
10/13/16  Brainwarmer  1- From screen we practiced distributive property and simplifying problems
                                       2 - pp. 76-477 #4- 10
                  We practiced lots of solving equations. 
10/12/16  Brainwarmer - 1 - From screen we practiced distributive property and simplifying problems
                                         2 - p. 57 #23-28  p. 56 #53-58, 46-51
                E-2-7  Two-step equation notes 
10/11/16  We practiced lots of distributive property and combining like terms, first in easier problems.
                  Then we practiced lots of more complex problems together. 
10/10/16   E-2-6 Quiz - solving one step equations
                  After quiz students practiced distributive property and combining like terms using p.640 Lesson 10-1 
10/7/16  We finished E-2-4  Add/Subtract/Multiply/Divide Equations worksheet
                  As students finished, they began an equation solving puzzle.. 
10/6/16  Brainwarmer p. 48 #12-16,  p. 52 #14-18 
               E-2-4  Add/Subtract/Multiply/Divide Equations worksheet - This worksheet can be printed from the worksheets tab
                           of this website.   However, you are to show work on your own work paper, not on the worksheet since there
                           is not enough room. 
               E-2-5 p. 47 #5,6,7  p. 52 #7,8,9 
10/5/16  E-2-3  Fraction quiz
               After the quiz we practiced equations by doing p. 618 Lesson 1-8 and 1-9 (alternating) on response boards. 
10/4/16  Brainwarmer  - Problems from screen to practice +/-/x/div. of fractions
                  Notebook checks were turned in for the first 9 weeks
                  We added multiplication/division of equations notes to E-2-1
                  E-2-2  p. 111 #11,12,14,16
                  Fraction quiz tomorrow 
10/3/16  Brainwarmer We practiced +/-/x/div of fractions
                  E-2-1 Solving +/- equations (Notes)
              Notebook check is due tomorrow 
              Fraction quiz will be Wed.
9/30/16 Brainwarmer 1-   2 1/2 X 1 2/5 = 3 1/2  Show work to get this answer
                                    2 -   3 3/4 divided by 2 1/2 = 1 1/2  Show work to get this answer
                                    3 -   Adding/subtracting mixed numbers from the screen
               We reviewed important math words and began writing expressions and equations.
               Notebook check due Tues. 
9/29/16  Brainwarmer 1 - p. 79 #8,9,10
                                    2 - p. 620 Lesson 2-5 311-28
                  We practiced adding and subtracting fractions with unlike denominators using p. 620 Lesson 2-6 #1-5, 12-16
               E-1-20  p. 90 #4,5,7,8 
9/28/16 Brainwarmer  1 -  p. 111 #9-12
                                    2 - p. 84 #19-26, 11-18
               We reviewed and practiced adding and subtracting fractions with unlike denominators.
               E-1-19  p. 84 #4-7 
9/27/16  Brainwarmer p. 79 #20-26  (Be sure to change mixed numbers to improper fractions before multiplying by the flip.)
                  We reviewed and practiced adding/subtracting fractions with like denominators - p. 620 Lesson 2-5 # 23-28 
9/26/16  E-1-17  Quiz - Comparing/Ordering/Scientific Notation
               After the quiz students checked their math binder to be sure that all entries are complete and in order.
                  Then we completed p. 74 #14-17 and p. 620 Lesson 2-4 #12-17 to practice multiplying and dividing fractions.
               E-1-18  p. 109 #26,27,31,34 
9/23/16  No school for students / Parent conferences 
9/22/16  Brainwarmer 1- Put numbers from screen in order from least to greatest
                                    2 - p. 619 Lesson 2-3 #10-16
               We learned and practiced dividing fractions.
               Quiz Monday on scientific notation and comparing fractions, decimals, percents, etc. 
9/21/16  Brainwarmer 1- Put numbers from screen in order from least to greatest
                                    2  - p. 14 #14-20 (Be sure to check on calculator)
                  We practiced changing mixed numbers to improper fractions.
                  We practiced changing improper fractions to mixed numbers.
                  We practiced multiplying fractions.
                  E-1-16 p. 75 #37-40,  p. 110 #60-63
                  Quiz coming on comparing and scientific notation. 
9/20/16  Brainwarmer - 1- From the screen we practiced comparing fractions, decimals, percents, scientific notation
                                       2 - p. 621 Lesson 2-9 #7-12, 19-24
               We then practiced ordering fractions, decimals, percents, scientific notation.
               We began multiplying fractions.  We practiced changing mixed numbers to improper fractions and
               improper fractions to mixed numbers. 
9/19/16  Brainwarmer - We practiced all types of scientific notation.
                  We then began comparing fractions, decimals, percents, and scientific notation using less than, greater than, or equal. 
9/16/16  E-1-15  Quiz - perfect squares and types of numbers
               After the quiz we practice scientific notation with positive exponents using p. 621 Lesson 2-9 #1-9, 16-21
               Then we started practicing scientific notation with negative exponents. 
9/15/16  CIVICS field trip 
9/14/16  Brainwarmer  1-  Perfect Squares and types of numbers from the screen
                                      2 - p. 212 #4-15
                                      3 - p 213 #17-22, 31-36, 43-48
                  We reviewed scientific notation with positive exponents and practiced changing from standard form to scientific and
                  from scientific to standard.
                     Quiz Friday on Perfect Squares and types of numbers. 
9/13/16  Brainwarmer  1- Perfect Squares and types of numbers from the screen
                                    2 - p. 108 #15-20,  #9-14 
                                    3 - p. 611 #10-16
                  We reviewed changing fractions to percents, percents to fraction.  
                  We learned how to use the calculator to change fractions to percents.
                   We reviewed how to change from decimals to percent and percent to decimals. 
9/12/16  Brainwarmer  1- Perfect Squares and types of numbers from the screen
                                      2 - p. 619 Lesson 2-1 #1-6, #13-18
                  We practiced basic fractions, decimals from p. 65 and simplifying fractions from p. 611. 
9/9/16  Brainwarmer  1- p. 14 #15,16,20
                                    2- We practiced distributive property problems from the screen
               E-1-14  Quiz - Properties, Integers, Order of Operations
               After quiz, we practiced Perfect Squares and Types of Numbers from the screen.
               We also checked the math sections of your binder to make sure all entries were completed and were in order 
9/8/16 Brainwarmer 1 -  We identified property statements from the board
                                  2 - We practiced distributive property problems from the screen
                                  3 - p. 37 #15-20, 35-40
            We learned that a Perfect Square is a rational number whose square root is a whole number.
               We did a lot of practice together identify numbers as either a perfect square or not.  If it was not a perfect square,
                  we had to say what 2 whole numbers its square root came between.
            Homework:  E-1-13 p. 616 Lesson 1-2 #18-26
               Quiz tomorrow 
9/7/16 Brainwarmer 1 -  We identified property statements from the board
                                  2 - We practiced distributive property problems from the screen
                                  3 - p. 55 #31-34, 25-30, 13-18
            We added notes to E-1-11(multiplication and division)
            We practiced using calculator to do p. 617 Lesson 1-6 
9/6/16  Brainwarmer  1- We identified property statements from the board
                                  2 - We practiced distributive property problems from the screen
                                  3 - p. 30 #12-23  Write as add the opposite then do both on the calculator.  You should get the same answer.
                                  4.  p. 14 #28-39, #14-20  Show work then check answer on calculator
            Today's class was a full practice period doing the above. 
9/2/16   Brainwarmer 1- We identified property statements from the board
                                  2 - We practiced distributive property problems from the screen
                                  3 - p. 617 Lesson 1-4 (use calculator)
               We added notes to E-1-11 for subtracting integers then we practiced this skill using p.30
 
9/1/16  Brainwarmer 1- We identified property statements from the board
                                  2 - We practiced distributive property problems from the screen
            We added notes to E-1-11
            We practiced absolute value then practiced using the calculator carefully to add integers.
            E-1-12 p. 20 #3-11 
8/31/16  Brainwarmer 1 - p. 616 Lesson 1-2 #18-26  2 - we practiced distributive property problems from the screen
               We added notes to E-1-11 - These can be found in the notes tab of this website
8/30/16  Brainwarmer p. 15 #43-48  p. 14 #14-23
               Copy or print notes into E-1-11 (These can be printed or copied from the PreAlgebra Notes tab of this website.)
               We practiced simplifying using distributive property.
               Homework:  E-1-9 Bottom of Lesson 1-2 worksheet #27-34 (properties).  You already have this worksheet from earlier. 
8/29/16  Brainwarmer p. 55 #13-18
               E-1-10  Quiz - Order of operations
               After quiz, study E-1-7 notes then try p. 616 Lesson 1-2 #18-26 on response board
               Homework - Study E-1-7 
8/26/16  We practiced order of operations using our E-1-9 Lesson 1-2 worksheet #6-12, #15-26.
               We studied our E-1-7 Property notes then practiced identifying properties
               Study E-1-7 notes
               Order of Operations quiz will be Monday 
8/25/16  We practiced order of operations using p. 616 Lesson 1-2 #10-17, #1-9
               We finished E-1-7 Property Notes (These notes can be found in the PreAlgebra Notes tab of this website.
               You can print these or copy them by hand. )
               E-1-9  Lesson 1-2 worksheet #1-5, #13-15 (This worksheet can be printed from the worksheets tab of this website OR the 
                     problems can be copied from the screen.  Show work on paper.
               Quiz coming Monday on order of operations
               Study E-1-7 notes 
8/24/16  We practiced order of operations using p. 14 #28-39
               Copy or print pp. 1-3 of Properties Notes into E-1-7 (These notes can be found in the PreAlgebra Notes tab of this website.
               You can print these or copy them by hand. )
               E-1-8  p. 14 #4-9 
8/23/16  E-1-6  Types of Numbers quiz
               After the quiz we practiced order of operations on our response boards using p. 14 #14-25 
8/22/16  We practiced types of numbers
               We practiced order of operations
               E-1-5 p. 130 #18-23  p. 128 #4-7
               Quiz tomorrow - types of numbers 
8/19/16  We practiced types of numbers
               We  continued E-1-3 Lesson 1-2 notes 
                Study E-1-1 to prepare for upcoming quiz. 
8/18/16  We practiced types of numbers
               E-1-3  Lesson 1-2 Notes (These can be printed or copied from the notes tab of this website)
               E-1-4  p. 622 Lesson 3-3 #1-9
                  Quiz coming on types of numbers 
8/17/16  We added notes and a few illustrations to E-1-1
               We practiced type of numbers.
               E-1-2 p. 128 #17-28 (Do this the same way we did the practice that we did in class today.) 
8/16/16  E-1-1 Types of Numbers notes ( These can be printed or copied from the PreAlgebra Notes tab of this website)
               Study E-1-1 
 8/15/16  We discussed homework and brainwarmer procedures
               We barely started E-1-1 Types of numbers notes 
8/12/16  Continued/finished Student Growth Assessment - pretest 
8/11/16  Today we took the Student Growth Assessment pretest
8/10/16 Get WHAP signed
8/9/16  Return math letter signed
              Keep textbook at home
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