May 14  May 18Tuesday  7B
We are reviewing for the test on Wednesday (Note: All of grade 7 will be taking the math test on Wednesday during first block) Monday  7A Today we reviewed for the test on Wednesday, May 16. May 7  May 11Monday  7B
Learning Goal: Understand the properties of isosceles and equilateral triangles. April 30  May 4Wednesday  7A
Today we also worked on the activity to the right. With the limited time, students will also have 15 minutes at the beginning of class on Friday to work together to achieve the stated goals. Below the activity, students will find the problems from the textbook that they are expected to know how to correctly answer. Homework: Review the questions so that you are able to explain them to your group members during the beginning of class on Friday. Monday  7B We worked on the activity to the right. The focus was to work to achieve the two stated learning goals during class time. Each group worked very hard and were successful! No Homework! Week of April 23  27Friday  7A Today we begin working to classify angles and use algebra involving triangles. Homework: All the problems to the right  Due Wednesday, May 2 Thursday  7B Today we begin working to classify angles and use algebra involving triangles. Homework: All the problems to the right  Due Monday, April 30 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday  All Grade 7 Students worked on test preparation and then took the test over Ratio & Proportions Here are the learning goals for this two week unit on Angles & Triangles:
Here are the vocabulary words we'll be working on. 
Interior Angle Investigation is below

Week of April 11  13EVERYONE PLEASE WATCH AND TAKE NOTES ON VIDEO 1. INTRODUCTION TO RATIOS. 7A this must be done by Friday. 7B this must be done BY TOMORROW (THURSDAY APRIL 12) Today we begin working with ratios and proportions. As ratios are very closely related to fractions, which we have already spent quite a lot of time with this year, our unit will only last 2  3 weeks. Here are the learning goals for this unit:
Wednesday  7A Learning Goal: Define and provide examples of ratios (written in simplest form). Homework: Pg 238 & 239. Exercises 12C: 1 all, 2 ae. You also need to complete the questions on the image below. Due Friday, April 13th. Thursday  7B Learning Goal: Define and provide examples of ratios (written in simplest form). Homework: Finish the assigned ratio tasks in mathletics and the front side of the page that I handed out to you. Due Monday, April16th. Friday  7A Learning Goals:

2. Ratios as fractions in simplest form3. Simplifying rates and ratios3. Understanding Proportions4. Ratio and Proportion 
Week of March 26  30
Monday  7B
Today we made Khan Academy style videos about solving twostep equations. Be ready to share them in class on Friday.
Homework: Complete the first 12 problems of the algebra practice packet and bring it with you when you come for the conferences on Tuesday or Wednesday.
Today we made Khan Academy style videos about solving twostep equations. Be ready to share them in class on Friday.
Homework: Complete the first 12 problems of the algebra practice packet and bring it with you when you come for the conferences on Tuesday or Wednesday.
Week of March 19  23
Friday  7A
Today we practices solving twostep equations for half the class then the students were paired up and asked to make videos of themselves solving equations while explaining what they were doing.
Homework: Each student was given a packet of practice algebra problems to work on over the weekend. Each student needs to complete the packet prior to conferences and bring it with them to the conference!
Thursday  7B
Today we worked on solving equations using inverse operations.
Homework: Exercises 13C, Pg 263, 3m  x, 4 all. Exercises 13E, Pg 265, 1a  f. Remember to show all steps and keep your equal signs lined up. Due Monday, March 26.
Wednesday  7A
Today we worked on solving equations using inverse operations.
Homework: Exercises 13C, Pg 263, 3m  x, 4 all. Exercises 13E, Pg 265, 1a  f. Remember to show all steps and keep your equal signs lined up. Due Friday, March 23.
Tuesday  7B
Today we sorted, counted, and calculated the number of plastic bottles that the school has collected over the past month. In addition we worked on solving equations using inverse operations. We will continue this as the week continues.Homework: complete assigned mathletics tasks. Due Thursday, March 22. Monday  7A
Today I handed back Algebra test 2 to those who have taken it (boy we have had a lot of students out sick!) We spent time in class revising our answers. Students who received their graded tests are to take them home and get them signed.
We also worked on solving equations using inverse operations. We will continue working on solving equations throughout the week.
Homework: complete assigned mathletics tasks. Due Wednesday, March 21.
Week of March 5  9
Thursday  7A
World Science Day Competition!
Homework  Complete 3 assigned mathletics tasks and email me which ones you completed.
Due Friday, March 9th.
Wednesday  7B
World Math Day Competition!  No Homework
Tuesday  7A
Learning Goal: Become familiar with the vocabulary used in solving algebraic equations
Do Now: In your math notebook write the following definitions: Algebraic equation, inverse operation, solution, identity (don't forget these essentials that we already learned  variable, like terms, coefficient, constant term)
Activity 1: Solve simple equations mentally, explain that some equations have no solution, one solution, two, three all values. Provide examples.
Activity 2: Discuss equations as balances. Explain that balance can be maintained if we +, , * or / the same amount to each side. “Whatever we do to one side of the equation we do to the other side”
Homework: Due Thursday, March 8th. Click HERE and watch the Khan Academy video "simple equations." When you are finished watching the video, click the green icon that says "practice this concept" and complete the ten questions. I also encourage you to move on to the next set of problems if these are too easy for you. Remember that I will be tracking your progress through the Khan Academy website so be sure to log in before starting the problems.
Monday  7B
Learning Goal: Become familiar with the vocabulary used in solving algebraic equations
Do Now: In your math notebook write the following definitions: Algebraic equation, inverse operation, solution, identity (don't forget these essentials that we already learned  variable, like terms, coefficient, constant term)
Activity 1: Solve simple equations mentally, explain that some equations have no solution, one solution, two, three all values. Provide examples.
Activity 2: Discuss equations as balances. Explain that balance can be maintained if we +, , * or / the same amount to each side. “Whatever we do to one side of the equation we do to the other side”
Homework: Due Wednesday, March 7th. Click HERE and watch the Khan Academy video "simple equations." When you are finished watching the video, click the green icon that says "practice this concept" and complete the ten questions. I also encourage you to move on to the next set of problems if these are too easy for you. Remember that I will be tracking your progress through the Khan Academy website so be sure to log in before starting the problems.
Week of February 27  March 2
Monday  7A
Learning Goal: Use the time provided in class (35 minutes) to take notes on chapter 10 in order to prepare for the math test Wednesday, February 29th. Use review set 10B to prepare independently for the test.
Learning Goal: Use the time provided in class (35 minutes) to take notes on chapter 10 in order to prepare for the math test Wednesday, February 29th. Use review set 10B to prepare independently for the test.
Week of February 20  24Friday  7B
Learning Goal: Use the time provided in class (35 minutes) to take notes on chapter 10 in order to prepare for the math test Tuesday, February 28th. Use review set 10B to prepare independently for the test. Thursday  7A Learning Goal: Work on review set 10A and ead through the take home math assessment questions (see document to the right) and ask questions. Homework  start working on the assessment  Due Monday, March 5th Note: you will not be provided class time to work on theses questions. If you need help, come see me during office hours or arrange time before or after school Wednesday  7B Learning Goal: Read through the take home math assessment questions (see document to the right) and ask questions. Homework  start working on the assessment  Due Monday, March 5th Note: you will not be provided class time to work on theses questions. If you need help, come see me during office hours or arrange time before or after school Tuesday  Sports Day! (Go Dragons!) Monday  7B Learning Goal: Work through the problems in review set 10A to determine your level of understanding of this chapter. No Homework 

Week of February 13  17
Thursday  7A
Learning Goal: Understand the relationship between expansion and factorization
Homework: Pg 208, Exercises 10F: 1 all, 2 a, d, g, j, 4 all, 6a, b, c. Due Tuesday, February 21
Thursday  7B
Learning Goal: Understand the relationship between expansion and factorization
Homework: Pg 208, Exercises 10F: 1 all, 2 a, d, g, j, 4 all, 6a, b, c. Due Monday, February 20
Wednesday  7A
Today we worked on placing plastic bottle recycling boxes around the school  No homework
Tuesday  7B
Learning Goal: Use distributive property with brackets with negative coefficients and apply distributive property to geometry.
Homework: Pg 204: Exercises 10C, 2 all, 4 all. Exercises 10E, 2 all, 3a, c, f (c & f are optional challenge problems)
Monday  7A No homework
Learning Goal: Understand the relationship between expansion and factorization
Homework: Pg 208, Exercises 10F: 1 all, 2 a, d, g, j, 4 all, 6a, b, c. Due Tuesday, February 21
Thursday  7B
Learning Goal: Understand the relationship between expansion and factorization
Homework: Pg 208, Exercises 10F: 1 all, 2 a, d, g, j, 4 all, 6a, b, c. Due Monday, February 20
Wednesday  7A
Today we worked on placing plastic bottle recycling boxes around the school  No homework
Tuesday  7B
Learning Goal: Use distributive property with brackets with negative coefficients and apply distributive property to geometry.
Homework: Pg 204: Exercises 10C, 2 all, 4 all. Exercises 10E, 2 all, 3a, c, f (c & f are optional challenge problems)
Monday  7A No homework
Week of February 6  10
Friday  7B
Learning Goal: review and solidify understanding of first semester content using mathleticsNo Homework
Thursday  7A
Learning Goal: Demonstrate your ability to use the distributive property
Today was tremendously productive. Students showed an excellent understanding of the distributive property. Most moved through several sections in the chapter. Well done!! No Homework
Wednesday  7B
Learning Goal: Demonstrate your ability to use the distributive property
Homework: Pg 202, exercises 10 A: Expand any 4 problems from question 5, and any 4 from problem 6. Be ready to demonstrate on the board in class on Friday.
Tuesday  7A
Learning Goal: Improve ability to use examples from the textbook in order to reinforce your learning.
Students in their groups worked on the investigation on page 200. They were assessed on their communication with one another during the activity as well as their written answers.
Monday  7B
Learning Goal: Improve ability to use examples from the textbook in order to reinforce your learning.
Students in their groups worked on the investigation on page 200. They were assessed on their communication with one another during the activity as well as their written answers.
Week of January 30  February 3
Friday  7A ALGEBRA TEST!!!
Thursday  7B ALGEBRA TEST!!!
Thursday  7B ALGEBRA TEST!!!
Wednesday  7A
Learning Goal: Determine how prepared you are for the test and study accordingly. Test Friday
Tuesday  7B
Learning Goal: Learn how to effectively take notes from the chapter.
Activity 1: Prepare one side of an A4 page of paper to use as notes during the test. You must take notes over the following sections from chapter 8: B, C, D, E. Each section must have examples that you came up with. You can use examples from each section in the book as a reference. The sheet of paper will be collected at the end of class and given back to you on Thursday when you take the test.
Monday  7A
Learning Goal: Learn how to effectively take notes from the chapter.
Activity 1: Prepare one side of an A4 page of paper to use as notes during the test. You must take notes over the following sections from chapter 8: B, C, D, E. Each section must have examples that you came up with. You can use examples from each section in the book as a reference. The sheet of paper will be collected at the end of class and given back to you on Friday when you take the test.
Learning Goal: Determine how prepared you are for the test and study accordingly. Test Friday
Tuesday  7B
Learning Goal: Learn how to effectively take notes from the chapter.
Activity 1: Prepare one side of an A4 page of paper to use as notes during the test. You must take notes over the following sections from chapter 8: B, C, D, E. Each section must have examples that you came up with. You can use examples from each section in the book as a reference. The sheet of paper will be collected at the end of class and given back to you on Thursday when you take the test.
Monday  7A
Learning Goal: Learn how to effectively take notes from the chapter.
Activity 1: Prepare one side of an A4 page of paper to use as notes during the test. You must take notes over the following sections from chapter 8: B, C, D, E. Each section must have examples that you came up with. You can use examples from each section in the book as a reference. The sheet of paper will be collected at the end of class and given back to you on Friday when you take the test.
Week of January 16  20
Tuesday  7A
Learning Goal: Learn how to multiply terms in algebra. Also, learn how to evaluate expressions (meaning substitute values in for variables and simplify).
Homework: 8D  4 & 5 all. Due Thursday, January 19th.
Monday  7B
Learning Goal: Learn how to multiply terms in algebra. Also, learn how to evaluate expressions (meaning substitute values in for variables and simplify).
Homework: 8D  4 & 5 all. 8E  2 & 4 All Due Friday, January 20th.
Learning Goal: Learn how to multiply terms in algebra. Also, learn how to evaluate expressions (meaning substitute values in for variables and simplify).
Homework: 8D  4 & 5 all. Due Thursday, January 19th.
Monday  7B
Learning Goal: Learn how to multiply terms in algebra. Also, learn how to evaluate expressions (meaning substitute values in for variables and simplify).
Homework: 8D  4 & 5 all. 8E  2 & 4 All Due Friday, January 20th.
Week of January 9  13
Friday  7A
Today we reviewed Wednesday's homework and worked on assigned tasks in MATHLETICS
Homework: Complete ALL assigned tasks in Mathletics. If you score less than 80% I will reassign it to you so check back throughout the weekend!! Due Monday, January 16th.
Thurdsay  7B
Today we reviewed Tuesday's homework and worked on assigned tasks in MATHLETICS
Homework: Complete ALL assigned tasks in Mathletics. If you score less than 80% I will reassign it to you so check back throughout the weekend!!
Due Monday, January 16th.
Wednesday  7A
Learning Goal: Learn how to simplify expressions by combining (collecting) like terms.
Homework: Exercises 8C: 4  6 all Due, Friday, January 13th
Tuesday  7B
Learning Goal: Learn how to simplify expressions by combining (collecting) like terms.
Homework: Exercises 8C: 4  6 all Due, Thursday, January 12th
Monday  7A Today marks the beginning of our algebra unit (Chapter 8 in our MYP 2 book)
Learning Goal: Learn to define and identify the following vocabulary terms: variable, expression, equation, terms, like terms, constant term, coefficient
Homework: Exercises 8B: 1  5 all Due, Wednesday, January 11th
Today we reviewed Wednesday's homework and worked on assigned tasks in MATHLETICS
Homework: Complete ALL assigned tasks in Mathletics. If you score less than 80% I will reassign it to you so check back throughout the weekend!! Due Monday, January 16th.
Thurdsay  7B
Today we reviewed Tuesday's homework and worked on assigned tasks in MATHLETICS
Homework: Complete ALL assigned tasks in Mathletics. If you score less than 80% I will reassign it to you so check back throughout the weekend!!
Due Monday, January 16th.
Wednesday  7A
Learning Goal: Learn how to simplify expressions by combining (collecting) like terms.
Homework: Exercises 8C: 4  6 all Due, Friday, January 13th
Tuesday  7B
Learning Goal: Learn how to simplify expressions by combining (collecting) like terms.
Homework: Exercises 8C: 4  6 all Due, Thursday, January 12th
Monday  7A Today marks the beginning of our algebra unit (Chapter 8 in our MYP 2 book)
Learning Goal: Learn to define and identify the following vocabulary terms: variable, expression, equation, terms, like terms, constant term, coefficient
Homework: Exercises 8B: 1  5 all Due, Wednesday, January 11th
Week of January 4  6
Friday  7B Today marks the beginning of our algebra unit (Chapter 8 in our MYP 2 book)
Learning Goal: Learn to define and identify the following vocabulary terms: variable, expression, equation, terms, like terms, constant term, coefficient
Homework: Exercises 8B: 1  5 all Due, Tuesday, January 10th
Learning Goal: Learn to define and identify the following vocabulary terms: variable, expression, equation, terms, like terms, constant term, coefficient
Homework: Exercises 8B: 1  5 all Due, Tuesday, January 10th
We've started a new crosscurricular two week unit combining math & science! Click here for all the details and to follow the student's work.
Week of November 28  December 2
While most of the information can be found on the above link, I will still post due dates for the week here.
Friday, December 2nd
Things that should be completed by Monday, December 5th:
Thursday, December 1st
Things that must be finished today:
Friday, December 2nd
Things that should be completed by Monday, December 5th:
 Your group's plan should be posted on your blog page.
 4 journal entries
 notes from at least 3 sources
 a rough draft of your product life cycle diagram
Thursday, December 1st
Things that must be finished today:
 your “BIG 6” planner
 a detailed plan (include specific tasks, due dates, and who is doing what)
 your first two reflections
 You must get these signed off by a teacher!
 If you have finished all of the above, work on research and your life cycle diagram.
Week of November 21  25Friday  7A
Percentages test  No homework Thursday  7B We reviewed for Monday's test by making an A3 poster with examples of each of the skills required for the test. If not finished in class, the poster is due on Monday, November 28th Wednesday  7A We reviewed for Friday's test by making an A3 poster with examples of each of the skills required for the test. If not finished in class, the poster is due on Friday, November 25th. Tuesday  7B Learning Goals: 1. Apply the unitary method to percentages. 2. Find the percent increase or decrease of a given quantity. Homework: Pg 145, Exercises 7E: 2, 4, 6, all. Pg 147, Exercises 7F: 1 & 2 second column, 3 Due Thursday, November 24th Monday  7A Learning Goals: 1. Apply the unitary method to percentages. 2. Find the percent increase or decrease of a given quantity. Homework: Pg 145, Exercises 7E: 2, 4, 6, all. Pg 147, Exercises 7F: 1 & 2 second column, 3 Due Wednesday, November 23rd Week of November 14  18Friday  7B
Learning Goal: Find percentages of a given quantity. For example: what is 35% of 225? Also we worked through metric unit conversions using a practice worksheet and some examples. Homework  Pg 144, Exercises 7D: 1, second column (that means problems b, ,d, f, h, j) and problem 3 (USE THE PROBLEM SOLVING PLAN) Due Tuesday, November 22st Thursday  7A Learning Goal: Find percentages of a given quantity. For example: what is 35% of 225? Also we worked through metric unit conversions using a practice worksheet and some examples. Homework  Pg 144, Exercises 7D: 1, second column (that means problems b, ,d, f, h, j) and problem 3 (USE THE PROBLEM SOLVING PLAN) Due Monday, November 21st Wednesday  7B we spent the 45 minutes going over common fractions and their decimal and percentage equivalents  No homework Tuesday  7A Learning Goal: Quickly and accurately convert between metric units (particularly using the following prefixes  kilo, mili, centi). Also, students should be able to express one quantity as a percentage of another. This will often require converting between units first. The picture to the right will help with your conversions. Homework  Pg 142, Exercises 7C  2  4 all. Due Wednesday, November 16th. Monday  7B Learning Goal: Quickly and accurately convert between metric units (particularly using the following prefixes  kilo, mili, centi). Also, students should be able to express one quantity as a percentage of another. This will often require converting between units first. The picture to the right will help with your conversions. Homework  Pg 142, Exercises 7C  2  4 all. Due Wednesday, November 16th. Week of November 7  November 11Wednesday  7A
we began working on converting between fractions, decimals and percentages. Homework: Pg 140, Exercises 7B: Questions 6 (using a ruler, neatly and correctly complete the table) Due Friday, November 11th Tuesday  7B we began working on converting between fractions, decimals and percentages. Homework: Pg 140, Exercises 7B: Questions 6 (using a ruler, neatly and correctly complete the table) Due Thursday, November 10th Week of October 31  November 4Monday  7B
Fraction operations test. Good luck!! No homework Tuesday  7A Learning Goal: Identify things you did well on the test and things you can improve.
Wednesday  7B Learning Goal: Identify things you did well on the test and things you can improve.
Thursday  7A Learning Goal: review multiplication and division using powers of 10
Homework: Pg 123, Exercises 6D.1: 1 & 2 all. Exercises 6D.2: 1 & 2 all Due Monday, November 7th. Friday  7B Learning Goal: review multiplication and division using powers of 10
Homework: Pg 123, Exercises 6D.1: 1 & 2 all. Exercises 6D.2: 1 & 2 all Due Tuesday, November 8th. 
The first 4.5 minutes of the video below is all you need to know. This will help with Monday and Tuesday's homework.Image from http://sjslifescience.blogspot.com/2010/09/graphingwrapupmetricconversionsand.html
Percentages VideoPlace value video 1:Place value video 2:Multiplying by powers of 10:Video: Dividing by powers of 10: 
Week of October 24  28
Test preparation questions  Review Set 4A  All problems EXCEPT 6c, and all of 13.
Week of October 17  21
Friday  7B
Homework  Pg. 88, Exercises 4B.5: d, e, f Pgs. 90  91, Exercises 4D: 2, 4, 6, 8 Due Tuesday, October 25th
Thursday  7A
Homework  Pgs. 90  91, Exercises 4D: 2, 4, 6, 8 Due Monday, October 24th
Wednesday  Beach cleanup  No class
Tuesday  7A
Homework  Pg. 88, Exercises 4B.5: d, e, f, g, h. Due Thursday, October 20th.
Monday  7B  No Homework
Week of Oct 10  14
UPDATE  I didn't get a chance to distribute the mathletics info to the 7B students prior to the weekend so the homework below doesn't apply. We will use class time on Monday, Oct 17th to get mathletics set up and complete the assigned tasks. Sorry if there was any confusion.
Thursday & Friday, October 13 & 14
ISA testing  No class
I will still give the mathletics username and password to 7B students so that they can complete the assigned tasks over the weekend. I will check periodically to make sure that everyone has completed each task with as score of 80% correct or better. If not, I will reassign the task. I expect this to be completed by Monday for 7B and Tuesday for 7A
Don't hesitate to contact me with any questions.
Wednesday, October 12th (7A only)
Today students received their mathletics username and password. I assigned four tasks that need to be completed and 80% correct by next Tuesday
Monday / Tuesday, October 10th & 11th
Learning Goal: Effectively use the problem solving plan with fraction operations
Do Now: fraction operations review questions on the whiteboard (10 min)
Activity 1: Marcy Cook mental math (15 min)
Activity 2: Problem solving plan  print copies and have kids glue in notebook. Then work through the following examples  pg 89  4C. 4 & 12  they will write them down stepbystep in their book as we work through the problems. (20 min)
Activity 3: Time to work on problems in class (30 min) Reminder that the problems will involve mult, div, add or subtract.
Homework: Pg. 89. Exercises 4C: 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9 Note  kids are given time in class to work on some of these problems so they may finish during class time.
Thursday & Friday, October 13 & 14
ISA testing  No class
I will still give the mathletics username and password to 7B students so that they can complete the assigned tasks over the weekend. I will check periodically to make sure that everyone has completed each task with as score of 80% correct or better. If not, I will reassign the task. I expect this to be completed by Monday for 7B and Tuesday for 7A
Don't hesitate to contact me with any questions.
Wednesday, October 12th (7A only)
Today students received their mathletics username and password. I assigned four tasks that need to be completed and 80% correct by next Tuesday
Monday / Tuesday, October 10th & 11th
Learning Goal: Effectively use the problem solving plan with fraction operations
Do Now: fraction operations review questions on the whiteboard (10 min)
Activity 1: Marcy Cook mental math (15 min)
Activity 2: Problem solving plan  print copies and have kids glue in notebook. Then work through the following examples  pg 89  4C. 4 & 12  they will write them down stepbystep in their book as we work through the problems. (20 min)
Activity 3: Time to work on problems in class (30 min) Reminder that the problems will involve mult, div, add or subtract.
Homework: Pg. 89. Exercises 4C: 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9 Note  kids are given time in class to work on some of these problems so they may finish during class time.
Week of Sept 26  30Friday, September 30th  7B only. Today was spent reviewing fraction operations, improving our mental math, and working with order of operations. No Homework was assigned.
Wednesday, September 28th  7B only Today we worked on dividing fractions  see Monday / Tuesday Today's Learning Goal: Master the ability to multiply fractions After the warmup stumper questions, we will work on Pg. 85. Exercises 4B.2: 1  4 all. While working on these questions, please remember to....

Homework Due Dates7B  Wednesday Homework  Pg. 86, 4B.3: 1  4 all.
Monday / Tuesday Homework: Pg. 85. Exercises 4B.2: 1  4 all (if not finished in class) 7B  Due Wednesday, September 28th. 7A  Due Thursday, September 29th 
Week of Sept 19  23
Friday, September 23rd
7A  I handed back the tests along with an assessment sheet for reflection in mathematics. Here are the questions to answer on the back of the reflection sheet in case you missed them:

 One thing I did well was...
 One thing I will improve on is....
 One thing I will improve in my math notebook is.....
Thursday, September 22nd
7B  Today was lots of practice with integer operations using our whiteboards. No homework.
Wednesday, September 21st
7A  Today we will practice adding and subtracting positive and negative numbers. Click HERE for some flashcard practice questions.
I will hand back the test on Friday.
Tuesday, September 20th
7B only
I handed back the tests along with an assessment sheet for reflection in mathematics.
Homework  Correct mistakes on the test, fill out the assessment sheet, answer the three questions given in class, then get a parent signature on the front page of the test. Due Thursday, September 22nd.
Monday, September 19th
Homework  7A only  Pg 82: Exercises 4A. 7e  h, 10 & 11 all Pg. 83: Exercises 4B.1. 2e  j, 3e  h, 6a
Due Wednesday, September 21st
Week of Sept 12  16
Friday, September 16th
Homework  7B only  Pg 82: Exercises 4A. 7e  h, 10 & 11 all Pg. 83: Exercises 4B.1. 2e  j, 3e  h, 6a
Due Tuesday, September 20th
Homework  7B only  Pg 82: Exercises 4A. 7e  h, 10 & 11 all Pg. 83: Exercises 4B.1. 2e  j, 3e  h, 6a
Due Tuesday, September 20th
Properties of Numbers Test!!! 7A will take the test on Wed, Sept 14th
7B will take the test on Thurs, Sept 15th
Test preparation:
 The test covers content from chapter 3 in the textbook. NOTE  roots of whole numbers will not be on the test
 Review set 3B is excellent practice for the test. I highly recommend that you spend the time to go over all the questions (except the square root ones)
Homework guidelines:
 All homework must be completed, by hand, in your spiral bound math notebook. It must be completed before class on the day it is due.
 Show all work.
 Make sure your handwriting is legible. Take your time and give yourself space between problems.
 Circle or highlight your answers.
 Check all of your answers (they are in the back of the book). Use a red pen  check mark for correct, and X for incorrect.
 Correct your mistakes using the red pen. For example, you can rewrite questions that you missed on the first attempt at the end of your homework.
What should I do if I don't know how to do the homework problem?
 Use the problem solving plan (have you read the problem three times?)
 Look at the examples provided in the textbook.
 Ask a family member for help.
 Email me, tell me what you don't understand, and ask to set up a time to get help. Office hours will be perfect for this.
 Most importantly, don't give up! Keep at it and get the help you need.
Week of September 5  9
Monday / Tuesday
Mastering integer operations is the goal. We will get lots of practice adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing positive and negative numbers. In addition, you need be able to determine the correct order of operations (you remember BEDMAS don't you?). Homework: Pgs 71 & 72. Exercises 3D.3 & 3D.4 all. You will have time in class to work on this so use it wisely!
7B  Due Wednesday, September 7th.
7A  Due Thursday, September 8th
Wednesday / Thursday
If you don't complete this during the time given in class they it is Homework: Pg 74  Review Set 3A: 3  13 all, 16  17 all.
7B  Due Friday, September 9th
7A  Due Monday, September 12th
Mastering integer operations is the goal. We will get lots of practice adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing positive and negative numbers. In addition, you need be able to determine the correct order of operations (you remember BEDMAS don't you?). Homework: Pgs 71 & 72. Exercises 3D.3 & 3D.4 all. You will have time in class to work on this so use it wisely!
7B  Due Wednesday, September 7th.
7A  Due Thursday, September 8th
Wednesday / Thursday
If you don't complete this during the time given in class they it is Homework: Pg 74  Review Set 3A: 3  13 all, 16  17 all.
7B  Due Friday, September 9th
7A  Due Monday, September 12th
Week of August 29  Sept 2
Monday  7A ONLY
Homework: Pg 25  26: Exercises 1G: 1 all, 2a  h, 3g  j, 4a  d  Due Wednesday, August 31st
Tuesday / Wednesday
Homework:
Pg. 60 3A: 6 all
Pg. 61 3B.1: 4 all, 6 all
Pg. 63 3B.2: 4 all
Pg. 64 3B.3: 1c, f, h, j
7B  Due Thursday, September 1st
7A  Due Friday, September 2nd
Thursday / Friday Homework: Pg. 69. Exercises 3D.1: 8  10 all. Pg. 70. Exercises 3D.2: 1a  h, 2a  h
7B  Due Monday, September 5th
7A  Due Tuesday, September 6th
Homework: Pg 25  26: Exercises 1G: 1 all, 2a  h, 3g  j, 4a  d  Due Wednesday, August 31st
Tuesday / Wednesday
Homework:
Pg. 60 3A: 6 all
Pg. 61 3B.1: 4 all, 6 all
Pg. 63 3B.2: 4 all
Pg. 64 3B.3: 1c, f, h, j
7B  Due Thursday, September 1st
7A  Due Friday, September 2nd
Thursday / Friday Homework: Pg. 69. Exercises 3D.1: 8  10 all. Pg. 70. Exercises 3D.2: 1a  h, 2a  h
7B  Due Monday, September 5th
7A  Due Tuesday, September 6th
Week of August 22  26
Monday / Tuesday
Homework: Write the definition of the following words and provide a numerical example: natural numbers, sum, difference, product, quotient, dividend, divisor. Pg. 19: Exercises 1D.2, 5 all, 7c, d, f, g (use problem solving plan for question 7).
7B  Due Wednesday, August 24th.
7A  Due Thursday, August 25th
Wednesday / Thursday
Homework: Pg 21: Exercises 1E, 4  7 all. Pg 23: 1  5 all
7B  Due Friday, August 26th.
7A  Due Monday, August 29th
Friday
Homework: Pg 25  26: Exercises 1G: 1 all, 2a  h, 3g  j, 4a  d
7B  Due Tuesday, August 30th
Homework: Write the definition of the following words and provide a numerical example: natural numbers, sum, difference, product, quotient, dividend, divisor. Pg. 19: Exercises 1D.2, 5 all, 7c, d, f, g (use problem solving plan for question 7).
7B  Due Wednesday, August 24th.
7A  Due Thursday, August 25th
Wednesday / Thursday
Homework: Pg 21: Exercises 1E, 4  7 all. Pg 23: 1  5 all
7B  Due Friday, August 26th.
7A  Due Monday, August 29th
Friday
Homework: Pg 25  26: Exercises 1G: 1 all, 2a  h, 3g  j, 4a  d
7B  Due Tuesday, August 30th
Week of August 15  19
Homework: pg 125  126  Exercises 6E 1. a  h. 3. a  l. Challenge problem: 7
7B  Due Thursday, August 18th.
7A  Due Friday, August 19th.
Homework  Pg. 15, Exercises 1C., 3 all, Pg 18, Exercises 1D.2., 3 & 4 all. Show work on all problems. On Pg 18 questions 3, explain the short cuts you used to solve the problems.
7B  Due Tuesday, August 23th.
7A  Due Monday, August 22th.
7B  Due Thursday, August 18th.
7A  Due Friday, August 19th.
Homework  Pg. 15, Exercises 1C., 3 all, Pg 18, Exercises 1D.2., 3 & 4 all. Show work on all problems. On Pg 18 questions 3, explain the short cuts you used to solve the problems.
7B  Due Tuesday, August 23th.
7A  Due Monday, August 22th.