Week 38 (5/31  6/3) Monday (5/30)  No School  Memorial Day Weekend 
 Tuesday (5/31)  End of Chapter  We will show what we know about systems of linear equations by taking a test.. 
 Wednesday (6/1)  Last Day  We will make sure we are satisfied with our final grades and attempt any redos if necessary. 
 Thursday (6/2)  Graduation Rehearsal  Be here by 8:20 as usual, we will rehearse for graduation and then will walk to Pie High. 
 Friday (6/3) 
 On to High School you go... 

Week 37 (5/23  5/27) Monday (5/23)  5.4 Extension  We will solve equations with variables on both sides by graphing systems of equations.  Practice  Tuesday (5/24)  Review  We will practice systems of linear equation concepts to prepare for our test tomorrow.  STUDY  Wednesday (5/25)  End of Chapter  We will show what we know about systems of linear equations by taking a test. 
 Thursday (5/26)  Inspire Exam  We will take a placement test for high school math. 
 Friday (5/27)  No School  Memorial Day Weekend 

Week 36 (5/16  5/20) Monday (5/16)  Activity 5.3  We will discover how and when to add or subtract equations in a system to eliminate a variable.  PPS 46, 3437  Tuesday (5/17)  Lesson 5.3  We will solve systems of linear equations by elimination.  Practice and Puzzle  Wednesday (5/18)  Activity 5.4  We will explore the graphs of two special systems of linear equations.  PPS 34, 2326  Thursday (5/19)  No Class  Brewers Game Field Trip 
 Friday (5/20)  Lesson 5.4  We will solve special systems of linear equations.  Practice and Puzzle 
Week 35 (5/9  5/13) Monday (5/9)  Lesson 5.1  We will solve systems of linear equations by graphing.  Practice and Puzzle  Tuesday (5/10)  Activity 5.2  We will discover how to use substitution to solve a system of linear equations.  PPS 46, 2629  Wednesday (5/11)  Lesson 5.2  We will solve systems of linear equations by substitution.  Practice and Puzzle  Thursday (5/12)  MidChapter Quiz  We will take a quiz on systems of linear equations by graphing and substitution. 
 Friday (5/13)  Activity 5.3  We will discover how and when to add or subtract equations in a system to eliminate a variable.  PPS 46, 3437 
Week 34 (5/2  5/6) Monday (5/2)  Review  We will review concepts dealing with solving equations of one or more steps to prepare for our test tomorrow.  STUDY  Tuesday (5/3)  Test  We will take a test to show what we know about solving equations. 
 Wednesday (5/4)  Systems of Linear Equations  We will make test corrections and complete unit opener activities for systems of linear equations.  Fair Game Review  Thursday (5/5)  No Class  Art Field Trip to Chicago Art Museum 6:30am  7:00pm 
 Friday (5/6)  Activity 5.1  We will investigate different approaches to solve systems of equations.  PPS 46, 2528 
Week 33 (4/25  4/29) Monday (4/25)  Activity 1.4  We will rewrite geometric formulas.  PPS 3, 4, 2428  Tuesday (4/26)  Lesson 1.4  We will rewrite literal equations.  PPS 1, 2, 513 odd, 1422 even  Wednesday (4/27)  Solving Equations  We will complete an activity to practice solving different kinds of equations. 
 Thursday (4/28)  Review  We will review concepts dealing with solving equations of one or more steps to prepare for our test.  STUDY  Friday (4/29)  Test  We will take a test to show what we know about solving equations.  
Week 32 (4/18  4/22) Monday (4/18)  Activity 1.3  We will develop an intuitive understanding of solving equations with variables on both sides.  PPS 35, 4447  Tuesday (4/19)  Lesson 1.3  We will solve equations with variables on both sides by using Properties of Equality. The equations could have one solution, no solutions, or infinitelymany solutions.  PPS 1, 2, 1329 odd  Wednesday (4/20)  Activity 1.4  We will rewrite geometric formulas.  PPS 3, 4, 2428  Thursday (4/21)  Lesson 1.4  We will rewrite literal equations.  PPS 1, 2, 513 odd, 1422 even  Friday (4/22)  Review  We will practice solving different equations using Properties of Equality. 

Week 31 (4/11  4/15) Monday (4/11)  Twostep Equations  We will practice solving twostep equations by playing a bingo game.  Tuesday (4/12)  No Class  Forward Exam Testing  Wednesday (4/13)  No Class  Forward Exam Testing  Thursday (4/14)  No Class  Forward Exam Testing  Friday (4/15)  No Class  Positive Impact Day 
Week 30 (4/4  4/8) Monday (4/4)  Activity 1.2  We will develop an intuitive understanding about solving multistep equations.  PPS #35, 1922  Tuesday (4/5)  Lesson 1.2  We will solve multistep equations by using inverse operations to isolate the variable.  #1, 2, 7, 9, 1117  Wednesday (4/6)  Lesson 1.11.2 Quiz  We will learn how to use graphic organizers as a study tool, and then will take a quiz. 
 Thursday (4/7)  Activity 1.3  We will develop an intuitive understanding of solving equations with variables on both sides.  PPS #35, 4447  Friday (4/8)  Lesson 1.3  We will solve equations with variables on both sides by using Properties of Equality. The equations could have one solution, no solutions, or infinitelymany solutions.  #1, 2, 1329 odd 
Week 29 (3/21  3/25) Monday (3/21)  Activity 1.1  We will use the sum of the angle measures of a triangle to explore simple equation solving.  Activities 13 #46  Tuesday (3/22)  Lesson 1.1  We will use Properties of Equality to solve onestep equations.  Practice w/s  Wednesday (3/23)  Solving Simple Equations  We will practice solving simple equations. 
 Thursday (3/24)  No Class  No Class  Fun Thursday 
 Friday (3/25)  No Class  No School  Start of Spring Break 

Week 28 (3/14  3/18) Monday (3/14)  Pi Day  We will complete Pi Day activities and celebrate by eating pie. 
 Tuesday (3/15)  CCSS 4.4  We will use volume formulas in complex situations in order to answer questions. 
 Wednesday (3/16)  Volume  We will practice using volume equations to answer questions.  Volume w/s  Thursday (3/17)  End of Chapter  We will complete questions relating to symmetry, transformations, and triangle congruence to review for our test tomorrow.  STUDY  Friday (3/18)  End of Chapter  We will show what we know about symmetry, transformations, and triangle congruence by taking a test. 

Week 27 (3/7  3/11) Monday (3/7)  CCSS 3.53.7  We will investigate dilation and multiple transformations between similar figures, and answer related questions.  Pg. 21 #1417  Tuesday (3/8)  CCSS 3.53.7  We will investigate dilation and multiple transformations between similar figures, and answer related questions.  Pg. 20 #1011, 25  Wednesday (3/9)  CCSS 4.1  We will investigate transversal lines and the relationships they possess.  Pg. 28 #16, 14  Thursday (3/10)  CCSS 4.2  We will use transversal lines and properties of parallelograms to answer questions.  Pg. 29 #810  Friday (3/11)  CCSS 4.3  We will use what we know about transversals of parallel lines and triangle properties to answer questions.  Pg. 30 #11, 12, & 15 
Week 26 (2/29  3/4) Monday (2/29)  Problem 5.1  We will use coordinates to write directions for drawing figures composed of line segments.  Pg. 88 #13  Tuesday (3/1)  Problem 5.2  We will specify coordinate rules for translations in the direction of the xaxis, the yaxis, and the line y=x.  Pg. 89 & 91 #4, 20, 21  Wednesday (3/2)  Problem 5.3  We will specify coordinate rules for rotations of 90, 180, 270, and 360 degrees.  Pgs. 8991 #514, 22  Thursday (3/3)  Problem 5.4  We will specify coordinate rules for combinations of transformations and find single, equivalent transformations if possible.  Pgs. 90 & 92 #1517, 24  Friday (3/4)  No Class  World Language field trip to BFHS 

Week 25 (2/22  2/26) Monday (2/22)  Triangle Postulates  We will practice identifying and using triangle postulates for congruent figures.  Postulate w/s  Tuesday (2/23)  Problem 4.1  We will develop the insight and ability to use triangle congruence conditions to deduce unknown side and angle lengths in figures.  Pgs. 7072 & 74 #110, 16  Wednesday (2/24)  Problem 4.2  We will learn to appreciate the power of transformational geometry to describe motions, patterns, designs and properties of shapes in the real world.  Pgs. 7273 & 75 #1115, 1821  Thursday (2/25)  Checkup  We will complete a checkup to show what we know about transformations and postulates of congruent figures.   Friday (2/26)  No Class  No School  Teacher Inservice  
Week 24 (2/15  2/19) Monday (2/15)  Problem 3.1  We will develop shape sense that helps in recognizing when two polygons are congruent, and use symmetry transformations to reason about congruence of polygons.  Pgs. 56 & 61 #14,17,18  Tuesday (2/16)  Problem 3.2  We will connect the notions of symmetry transformations to an informal strategy for checking to see whether given figures are congruent.  Pgs. 57 & 61 #5,6,19,20  Wednesday (2/17)  Problem 3.3  We will develop ability to match corresponding parts of congruent figures and to express those correspondences in standard notation  SAS, ASA, SSS.  Pg. 58 #710  Thursday (2/18)  Problem 3.4  We will use minimal conditions about corresponding sides and angles of triangles from which one can infer congruence of the two figures  SAS, ASA, SSS.  Pgs. 59 & 62 #1114,24  Friday (2/19)  End of Inv. 3  We will complete a partner activity in order to practice identifying congruent figures and triangle postulates.  
Week 23 (2/8  2/12) Monday (2/8)  Problem 2.4  We will give precise mathematical directions for performing reflections, rotations, and translations.  Pgs. 4041 #1015  Tuesday (2/9)  End of Inv. 2  We will continue working on our tessellations which must involve either rotation or reflection symmetry. 
 Wednesday (2/10)  End of Inv. 2  We will use tools to perform transformations, and will explain our transformations while completing a checkup. 
 Thursday (2/11)  Problem 3.2  We will develop shape sense that helps in recognizing when two polygons are congruent, and use symmetry transformations to reason about congruence of polygons.  Pgs. 56 & 61 #14, 17, 18  Friday (2/12)  Problem 3.2  We will connect the notions of symmetry transformations to an informal strategy for checking to see whether given figures are congruent.  Pgs. 57 & 61 #5, 6, 19, 20 
Week 22 (2/1  2/5) Monday (2/1)  Problem 2.1  We will use the properties of reflections to perform line reflections, and will give precise mathematical directions for performing reflections in terms of the effect of the transformation on points of the original figure.  Pgs.3637, 41 #15, 16  Tuesday (2/2)  Problem 2.2  We will use the properties of rotations to find the rotation image of a figure, and will give precise mathematical directions for performing rotations in terms of the effect of the transformation on points of the original figure.  Pgs. 38 & 42 #6, 7, 19, 20  Wednesday (2/3)  No School  No School  Teacher Inservice   Thursday (2/4)  Problem 2.3  We will use properties of translations to examine whether a given figure has translation symmetry, and will give precise mathematical directions for performing translations in terms of the effect of the transformation on points of the original figure.  Pgs. 39 & 42 #8, 9, 2123  Friday (2/5)  Problem 2.4  We will give precise mathematical directions for performing reflections, rotations, and translations.  Pgs. 4041 #1015 
Week 21 (1/25  1/29) Monday (1/25)  Problem 1.1  We will recognize and describe reflection, rotation, and translation symmetry, and will use tools such as tracing paper to analyze designs to determine their reflection symmetries.  Pages 1516 #19  Tuesday (1/26)  Problem 1.2  We will recognize and describe rotation symmetry, including center of rotation and the angle of rotation, and will use tools such as protractors and compasses to analyze designs to determine their rotation symmetries.  Pages 1617, 20 #1017, 3440  Wednesday (1/27)  Problem 1.3  We will find and describe reflection and rotation symmetries in kaleidoscope designs, and make designs that have certain combinations of reflection and rotation symmetries.  Pages 18 & 21 #2025, 46  Thursday (1/28)  Problem 1.4  We will recognize and describe translation symmetry, and use tools to analyze designs to determine their translation symmetries.  Pages 1819 #2630
 Friday (1/29)  Checkup 1  We will show what we know about the different types of symmetry by completing a checkup. 
8th Grade Tentative Schedule  Growing, Growing, Growing Week 20 (1/18  1/22)
Monday (1/18)  End of Unit  We will review exponents, roots of numbers, and scientific notation to prepare for the test tomorrow.  Computation w/s  Tuesday (1/19)  End of Unit  We will show our understandings of exponents, roots, and scientific notation by completing a test.  Study  Wednesday (1/20)  No School  We will show our understandings of exponents, roots, and scientific notation by completing a test. 
 Thursday (1/21)  New Unit  We will take a pretest for Kaleidoscopes, Hubcaps, and Mirrors and will write a journal response for Scientific Notation.  Journal Response  Friday (1/22)  Problem 1.1  We will recognize and describe reflection, rotation, and translation symmetry, and will use tools such as tracing paper to analyze designs to determine their reflections symmetries.  Pages 1516 #19 
Week 19 (1/11  1/15) Monday (1/11)  End of CC Inv. 1  We will complete a Checkup to show our understandings of exponents and different roots of numbers.  Scientific Notation Video on Google Classroom  Tuesday (1/12)  Scientific Notation  We will write numbers using scientific notation, and convert from standard form to scientific form and viceversa.  Scientific Form w/s  Wednesday (1/13)  Scientific Notation  We will practice different computation problems using scientific notation.  Scientific Form w/s  Thursday (1/14)  Scientific Notation  We will practice different computation problems using scientific notation.  Scientific Form Computation w/s  Friday (1/15)  Scientific Notation  We will practice changing forms of numbers and computing large and small numbers in Scientific Notation, and will introduce our miniproject. 

Week 18 (1/4  1/8) Monday (1/4)  Problem 5.1  We will examine patterns in the exponential and standard forms of powers of whole numbers.  Pages #17, 54  Tuesday (1/5)  Problem 5.2  We will examine patterns in the exponential and standard forms of powers of whole numbers, and use powers to develop rules for operating with exponents.  Pages 6465 #1027, 31  Wednesday (1/6)  Problem 5.3  We will describe how varying the values of a and b in the equation y=a(b^x) affects the graph of that equation.  Page 66 #42 & 43  Thursday (1/7)  CC Inv. 1.1  We will know and apply the properties of integer exponents to generate equivalent expressions.  Worksheet  Friday (1/8)  CC Inv. 1.2  We will know and apply the properties of integer exponents to generate equivalent expressions, and will evaluate cube roots of small perfect cubes.  Worksheet 
8th Grade Tentative Schedule  Looking For Pythagoras Week 16 (12/14  12/18) Monday (12/14)  End of Chapter  We will discuss and review questions relating to the Pythagorean Theorem and square roots to prepare for our test Wednesday.  Study  Tuesday (12/15)  End of Chapter  We will review questions relating to the Pythagorean Theorem and square roots to prepare for our test tomorrow.  Study Pg. 24 #79 Pg. 38 #7 Pg. 55 #10  Wednesday (12/16)  End of Chapter  We will show our understandings of the Pythagorean Theorem by completing the end of unit assessment. 
 Thursday (12/17)  Start of Unit  We will take a pretest on our next unit Growing, Growing, Growing and Scientific Notation.  Exponent Worksheet  Friday (12/18)  Problem 5.1  We will examine patterns in the exponential and standard forms of powers of whole numbers.  Pages #17, 54 
Week 15 (12/7  12/11) Monday (12/7)  Problem 4.1  We will learn the meanings of rational and irrational numbers, and estimate the values of square roots that are irrational numbers.  Page 53 #1 & 2  Tuesday (12/8)  Problem 4.2  We will estimate the length of hypotenuses of right triangles, and will apply the Pythagorean Theorem to a problem situation.  Pgs. 53 & 57 #35, 24, 25  Wednesday (12/9)  Problem 4.3  We will investigate the special properties of a 306090 triangle.  Pgs. 5556 #10 & 11  Thursday (12/10)  Problem 4.4  We will use the properties of special right triangles to solve problems.  Pgs. 56 & 59 #12 & 35  Friday (12/11)  End of Inv. 4  We will practice using the Pythagorean Theorem in multiple different situations.  
Week 14 (11/30  12/4) Monday (11/30)  Problem 3.1  We will deduce the Pythagorean Theorem through exploration, and use the Pythagorean Theorem to find unknown side lengths.  Pages 3839 #1,2,5,6,811, 12  Tuesday (12/1)  Problem 3.2  We will reason through a geometric proof of the Pythagorean Theorem.  Pages 4142 #23 & 26  Wednesday (12/2)  Problem 3.3  We will use the Pythagorean Theorem to find the distance between two points on a grid, and relate areas of squares to the lengths of the sides.  Page 42 #24  Thursday (12/3)  Problem 3.4  We will determine whether a triangle is a right triangle based on its side lengths, and relate areas of squares to the lengths of the sides.  Page 40 #1517  Friday (12/4)  End of Inv. 3  We will practice answer questions related to investigation 3 and will show what we know about the pythagorean theorem by completing a quiz.  
Week 12 (11/16  11/20) Monday (11/16)  Problem 1.2  We will review properties of coordinate grids and quadrilaterals, and will connect the properties of figures to coordinate representations.  Page 13 #810, 14  Tuesday (11/17)  Problem 1.3  We will develop strategies for finding areas of irregular figures on a grid.  Pages 1314 #1525  Wednesday (11/18)  Problem 2.1  We will draw squares on 5 dotby5 dot grids and find their areas.  Pages 23 & 26 #1, 2, 42  Thursday (11/19)  Problem 2.2  We will introduce the concept of square root, and understand square root geometrically, as the side length of a square with known area.  Pages 2324 #46, 10, 1418  Friday (11/20)  Problem 2.3  We will use geometric understanding of square roots to find lengths of line segments on a dot grid.  Pages 2526 #3537, 41 
Thinking with Mathematical ModelsWeek 11 (11/9  11/13) Monday (11/9)  End of Unit 2  We will review linear relationships and inverse variations to prepare for our assessment tomorrow.  Study for Test  Tuesday (11/10)  End of Unit 2  We will take an end of the unit assessment on linear relationships and inverse variations. (Thinking with Mathematical Models Test) 
 Wednesday (11/11)  Start of New Unit  Looking for Pythagoras  We will show what we know about the Pythagorean Theorem and exponents in a unit preassessment. We will practice using exponents to answer questions. 
 Thursday (11/12)  Start of New Unit  Looking for Pythagoras  We will review and explore distances on a coordinate grid.  Pages #17  Friday (11/13)  Start of New Unit  Looking for Pythagoras  We will review properties of quadrilaterals, connect properties of figures to coordinate representations, and draw shapes on coordinate grid.  Pages #810, 14

Week 10 (11/2  11/6) Monday (11/2)  Additional Common Core 2.1  We will look at linear relationships and inverse variations in a different manner to review equations, graphs, and tables.  Problem 2.1 #15  Tuesday (11/3)  A.C.C. 2.2  We will look at linear relationships and inverse variations in a different manner to review equations, graphs, and tables.  Problem 2.2  Wednesday (11/4)  A.C.C. 2.3  We will look at linear relationships and inverse variations in a different manner to review equations, graphs, and tables.  Problem 2.3  Thursday (11/5)  A.C.C. 2.4  We will look at linear relationships and inverse variations in a different manner to review equations, graphs, and tables.  Problem 2.4  Friday (11/6)  Solving Equations  We will practice solving equations for a given variable using algebraic operations, and will continue to work on linear equations, graphs, and tables. 
Week 9 (10/26  10/30) Monday (10/26)  Problem 3.1  We will explore situations that can be modeled by inverse variation relationships.  Page 53 & 56 #1, 2, 12  Tuesday (10/27)  Problem 3.2  We will explore situations that can be modeled by inverse variation relationships, and compare them with linear relationships.  Pages 5355 #37, 9  Wednesday (10/28)  Problem 3.3  We will explore situations that can be modeled by inverse variation relationships, and compare them with linear relationships.  Page 55 & 56 #10 & 11  Thursday (10/29)  Review Inv. 2 and 3  We will review inverse variations and compare them to linear relationships.  Inverse and linear w/s  Friday (10/30)  No school.  No school. 
Week 8 (10/19  10/23) Monday (10/19)  Problem 2.2  We will practice effective strategies for writing linear equations from verbal, numerical, or graphical information.  Pgs. 3435 #510  Tuesday (10/20)  Problem 2.3  We will develop skill in solving linear equations with approximation and exact reasoning methods, and will write inequalities to represent "at most" situations.  Page 38 #2024  Wednesday (10/21)  Problem 2.4  We will use equations to represent questions about problem situations and interpret the solutions in the context of the problem.  Page 39 #2528, 33, 4452  Thursday (10/22)  End of Inv. 2  We will review and practice concepts and skills related to linear relationships learned through investigation 2. 
 Friday (10/23)  End of Inv. 2  We will show what we know about linear relationships by completing a quiz, and will write math journals when finished. 

Week 7 (10/12  10/16) Monday (10/12)  Start of New Unit  We will take a preassessment to show what we know about mathematical models, and will make test corrections from Samples and Populations. 
 Tuesday (10/13)  Problem 1.3  We will make tables and graphs to represent data, and describe the relationships between variables.  Pgs 13 & 14 #3 & 5  Wednesday (10/14)  End of Inv. 1  We will complete an activity with a partner showing what we remember about tables and graphs. 
 Thursday (10/15)  Problem 2.1  We will fit a line to data that show a linear trend, and will write and equation for a line based on a graph of the line.  Page 33 #13  Friday (10/16)  Problem 2.2  We will practice effective strategies for writing linear equations from verbal, numerical, or graphical information.  Page 3435 #510 
Week 6 (10/5  10/9) Monday (10/5)  End of Unit  We will find and analyze the relative frequency of a given situation.  Exercise 1  Tuesday (10/6)  End of Unit  We will find and analyze the relative frequency of a given situation, and will finish any journals necessary.  Exercise 2  Wednesday (10/7)  End of Unit  We will review data and statistics concepts learned throughout the unit. 
 Thursday (10/8) 
 We will review and practice data and statistics concepts. 
 Friday (10/9)  End of Unit  We will show what we know about data and statistics by completing the end of unit assessment. 

Week 5 (9/28  10/2) Monday (9/28)  Problem 4.1  We will explore relationships between paired values of numerical attributes.  Pages 69 & 73 #1, 7, 8  Tuesday (9/29)  Problem 4.2  We will explore relationships between paired values of numerical attributes.  Pages 70 & 74 #2, 1013  Wednesday (9/30)  Problem 4.3  We will explore relationships between paired values of numerical attributes.  The Future of Our Farm W/S  Thursday (10/1)  Math MAP Testing 

 Friday (10/2)  No Class 


Week 4 (9/21  9/25) Monday (9/21)  Problem 2.3  We will select a random sample from a population, and describe and compare those samples.  Page 37 #1013, 26  Tuesday (9/22)  Problem 2.4  We will use data from a sample to estimate a characteristic of a population.  Page 38 #1517  Wednesday (9/23)  End of Investigation 2  We will show what we know about choosing a sample from a population by completing a quiz.  Investigation 2 Journal  Thursday (9/24)  Problem 3.1  We will distinguish between samples and populations and use information drawn from samples to draw conclusions about populations.  Page 54 #12  Friday (9/25)  Problem 3.2  We will apply concepts from probability to select random samples from populations  Pages 5456 #37 
Week 3 (9/149/18) Monday (9/14)
 Problem 1.4  We will compare sample distributions using measures of center, measures of variability, and data displays that group data.  Page 2022 #1926, 30  Tuesday (9/15)  Checkup 1  We will practice comparing distributions and show we understand by creating and describing boxandwhisker plots.  Checkup 1  Wednesday (9/16)  Problem 2.1  We will distinguish between a sample and a population, and use data from samples to make predictions about a population.  Page 36 #14  Thursday (9/17)  Problem 2.2  We will consider various ways of developing a sample plan.  Page 36 #59 Page 39 #21,25  Friday (9/18)  Problem 2.3  We will select a random sample from a population, and describe and compare those samples.  Page 37 #1013, 26 
2014/2015 School Year Below Week 36 (5/25  5/29) Monday (5/25)  No School  No School  Memorial Day Weekend 
 Tuesday (5/26)  Problem 4.1  We will review student skills in solving equations of the form m1x+b1=m2x+b2.  Pages 5960 #17  Wednesday (5/27)  No Class  Middle School field trip to Brewer's Game. 
 Thursday (5/28)  Problem 4.2  We will develop and use the strategy for solving systems of linear equations by solving each individual equation for the same variable.  Page 60 #814  Friday (5/29)  Problem 4.3  We will develop and use the strategy for solving systems of linear equations for substitution.  Page 60 #1520 
Week 35 (5/18  5/22) Monday (5/18)  Problem 3.2  We will connect the two forms of linear equations y=mx+b and ax+by=c, and will practice working with algebraic equations.  Pages 4546 #1527, 3647  Tuesday (5/19)  Problem 3.3  We will use graphical methods to solve systems of linear equations in standard form.  Page 44 #10 & 12  Wednesday (5/20)  Test Prep  We will complete a checkup activity individually relating to linear systems and inequalities, and will prepare for the Badger Exam. 
 Thursday (5/21)  Badger Exam  Badger Exam  8th Grade Math Test and Performance Task 
 Friday (5/22)  No School  No School  Start of Memorial Day Weekend 

Week 34 (5/11  5/15) Monday (5/11)  Problem 2.2  We will identify questions involving linear inequalities in one variable, and will develop techniques for finding solutions to inequalities.  Page 31 #7  Tuesday (5/12)  Problem 2.3  We will use systematic methods for solved linear inequalities in one variable, and will make number line graphs of solutions.  Page 31 #811  Wednesday (5/13)  Problem 3.1  We will introduce linear equations in two variables in "standard form".  Pages 4243, 46 #1,58, 28,30,32  Thursday (5/14)  Problem 3.2  We will connect the two forms of linear equations y=mx+b and ax+by=c, and will practice working with algebraic equations.  Pages 4546 #1527, 3647  Friday (5/15)  Problem 3.3  We will use graphical methods to solve systems of linear equations in standard form.  Page 44 #10 & 12 
Week 33 (5/4  5/8) Monday (5/4)  Problem 1.2  We will construct special quadrilaterals on a coordinate grid, and will reason about shapes using slopes of parallel and perpendicular lines.  Pages 1415 #416  Tuesday (5/5)  Problem 1.3  We will find the midpoint of any given line segment, and will explore the special properties of figures by connecting midpoints of sides of quadrilaterals.  Page 15 #1723, 5255  Wednesday (5/6)  Problem 2.1  We will write systems of linear equations and related inequalities, and use graphs to estimate solutions to systems of linear equations and related inequalities.  Pages 3032 #1, 36, 1322  Thursday (5/7)  Checkup  We will show what we know about Algebra equations and systems by completing a check up individually, and will practice skills on Moby Max. 
 Friday (5/8)  Online Scavenger Hunt  We will complete an online scavenger hunt that allows us to look at different aspects of mathematics, and will collaborate with others while using technology.  Turn in Scavenger Hunt doc. on Classroom 
8th Grade Tentative Schedule  Say It With Symbols Week 32 (4/27  5/1) Monday (4/27)  End of Unit  We will review and practice concepts learned throughout the "Say It With Symbols" algebra unit.  Review Packet  Tuesday (4/28)  End of Unit  We will review and practice concepts learned throughout the "Say It With Symbols" algebra unit. 
 Wednesday (4/29)  End of Unit  We will show what we know about algebraic solutions by taking the "Say It With Symbols" assessment. 
 Thursday (4/30)  Start of New Unit  We will show what we know about linear systems and inequalities by complete a pretest for "Shapes of Algebra", and will practice skills using Moby Max. 
 Friday (5/1)  Problem 1.1  We will locate and analyze points on a circle, and will find a relationship between those points and the radius of the circle.  Page 12 #1 
Week 31 (4/20  4/24) Monday (4/20)  Problem 2.2  We will rewrite an equation that contains two variables by replacing one of the variables by an equivalent expression representing that variable.  Pages 29 & 32 #68, 1920  Tuesday (4/21)  Problem 2.3  We will model situations with symbolic statements, and combine expressions to write new algebraic expressions.  Pages 31 & 3335 #12,2729,39  Wednesday (4/22)  MAP Testing  8th Grade Math MAP Testing: 8:4010:10
Bring a book to read when you are finished. There will be no Chromebook time after you finish the test. 
 Thursday (4/23)  Problem 3.1  We will develop a strategy for solving linear equations with parentheses on one side of the equation.  Pages 4546,4950 #1,47,3031,49  Friday (4/24)  Problem 3.2  We will solve linear equations that have parentheses on both sides of the equation.  Pages 4647,50 #815,34 
Week 30 (4/13  4/17) Monday (4/13)  Problem 1.3  We will interpret expressions in a given context.  Page 14 #5 & 6  Tuesday (4/14)  Problem 1.4  We will write equivalent expressions using the Distributive Property, and determine if expressions are equivalent using that property.  Pages 15 #8,9,1214  Wednesday (4/15)  End of Inv. 1  We will show what we know about equivalent expressions by completing a checkup, and will practice using the distributive property. 
 Thursday (4/16)  Problem 2.1  We will use several pieces of information to write one symbolic statement, and will continue to use the Distributive Property for equivalent expressions.  Pages #25, 1315  Friday (4/17)  Problem 2.2  We will rewrite an equation that contains two variables by replacing one of the variables by an equivalent expression representing that variable.  Pages 29 & 32 #68,1920 
Week 29 (4/6  4/10) Monday (4/6)  No School  Last day of spring break! 
 Tuesday (4/7)  Start of New Unit  We will show what we know about Algebra by completing the Say It With Symbols pretest. 
 Wednesday (4/8)  Problem 1.1  We will interpret the information equivalent expressions represent in a given context; determine if two or more expressions are equivalent.  Pages 12 & 16 #1,2,1820  Thursday (4/9)  Problem 1.2  We will interpret the information equivalent expressions represent in a given context; determine if two or more expressions are equivalent.  Pages 13 & 16 #3,4,25,26  Friday (4/10)  Problem 1.3  We will interpret expressions in a given context.  Page 14 #5,6 
8th Grade Tentative Schedule  Kaleidoscopes, Hubcaps, and Mirrors Week 28 (3/23  3/27) Monday (3/23)  End of Unit  We will journal our understandings of congruence and similarity, and will review symmetry and transformation concepts learned throughout the unit.  Journal for Inv. 4 (pg. 77) Review Packet  Tuesday (3/24)  End of Unit  We will finish our journals for Investigation 5, and will review symmetry and transformation concepts learned throughout the unit. 
 Wednesday (3/25)  End of Unit  We will show our understandings of symmetry and transformations by completing a unit test. When finished we will finish journals and work on Moby Max. 
 Thursday (3/26) 
 We will complete test corrections if necessary, and will work on our 8thgrade pages for the yearbook on lucidpress.com. 
 Friday (3/27) 
 We will finish our 8thgrade pages for the yearbook on lucidpress.com.  Yearbook pages completed and shared with Mrs. Zess. (rzess@fontana.k12.wi.us) 
Week 27 (3/16  3/20) Monday (3/16)  Problem 5.2  We will specify coordinate rules for translations in the direction of the xaxis, the yaxis, and the line y=x.  Pg. 89 & 91 #4,20,21  Tuesday (3/17)  Problem 5.3  We will specify coordinate rules for rotations of 90, 180, 270, and 360 degrees.  Pgs. 8991 #514,22  Wednesday (3/18)  Problem 5.4  We will specify coordinate rules for combinations of transformations and find single, equivalent transformations if possible.  Pgs. 90 & 92 #1517,24  Thursday (3/19)  Additional CC 3 Problem 3.53.7  We will investigate dilation and multiple transformations between similar figures, and answer related questions.  Pg. 20 #10  Friday (3/20)  Additional CC 3 Problem 3.53.7  We will investigate dilation and multiple transformations between similar figures, and answer related questions.  Pg. 21 #1416 
Week 26 (3/9  3/13) Monday (3/9)  Problem 4.1  We will develop the insight and ability to use triangle congruence conditions to deduce unknown side and angle lengths in figures.  Pgs. 7072 & 74 #110, 16  Tuesday (3/10)  Problem 4.2  We will learn to appreciate the power of transformational geometry to describe motions, patterns, designs and properties of shapes in the real world.  Pgs. 7273 & 75 #1115, 1821  Wednesday (3/11)  Problem 5.1  We will use coordinates to write directions for drawing figures composed of line segments.  Pg. 88 #13  Thursday (3/12)  Problem 5.2  We will specify coordinate rules for translations in the direction of the xaxis, the yaxis, and the line y=x.  Pg. 89 & 91 #4, 20, 21  Friday (3/13)  No School  No School  Teacher Inservice 

Week 25 (3/2  3/6) Monday (3/2)  Problem 3.1  We will develop shape sense that helps in recognizing when two polygons are congruent, and use symmetry transformations to reason about congruence of polygons.  Pgs. 56 & 61 #14,17,18  Tuesday (3/3)  Problem 3.2  We will connect the notions of symmetry transformations to an informal strategy for checking to see whether given figures are congruent.  Pgs. 57 & 61 #5,6,19,20  Wednesday (3/4)  Problem 3.3  We will develop ability to match corresponding parts of congruent figures and to express those correspondences in standard notation  SAS, ASA, SSS.  Pg. 58 #710  Thursday (3/5)  Problem 3.4  We will use minimal conditions about corresponding sides and angles of triangles from which one can infer congruence of the two figures  SAS, ASA, SSS.  Pgs. 59 & 62 #1114,24  Friday (3/6)  No Class  8th Grade to BFHS for World Language Week 

Week 24 (2/23  2/27) Monday (2/23)  Problem 2.3  We will use properties of translations to examine whether a given figure has translation symmetry, and will give precise mathematical directions for performing translations in terms of the effect of the transformation on points of the original figure.  Pgs. 39 & 42 #8,9,2123  Tuesday (2/24)  Problem 2.4  We will give precise mathematical directions for performing reflections, rotations, and translations.  Pgs. 4041 #1015  Wednesday (2/25)  End of Inv. 2  We will use tools to perform transformations, and will explain our transformations while completing a checkup.  Inv. 2 Journal Pg. 47  Thursday (2/26)  Problem 3.1  We will develop shape sense that helps in recognizing when two polygons are congruent, and use symmetry transformations to reason about congruence of polygons.  Pgs. 56 & 61 #14,17,18  Friday (2/27)  Problem 3.2  We will connect the notions of symmetry transformations to an informal strategy for checking to see whether given figures are congruent.  Pgs. 57 & 61 #5,6,19,20 
Week 23 (2/16  2/20) Monday (2/16)  Problem 1.4 & Checkup 1  We will recognize and describe translation symmetry, and use tools to analyze designs to determine their translation symmetries.  Pgs. 1819 #2630  Tuesday (2/17)  Problem 2.1  We will use the properties of reflections to perform line reflections, and will give precise mathematical directions for performing reflections in terms of the effect of the transformation on points of the original figure.  Pgs.3637, 41 #15, 16  Wednesday (2/18)  Problem 2.2  We will use the properties of rotations to find the rotation image of a figure, and will give precise mathematical directions for performing rotations in terms of the effect of the transformation on points of the original figure.  Pgs. 38 & 42 #6, 7, 19, 20  Thursday (2/19)  Problem 2.3  We will use properties of translations to examine whether a given figure has translation symmetry, and will give precise mathematical directions for performing translations in terms of the effect of the transformation on points of the original figure.  Pgs.39 & 42 #8, 9, 2123  Friday (2/20)  Problem 2.4  We will give precise mathematical directions for performing reflections, rotations, and translations.  Pgs. 4041 #1015 
Week 22 (2/9  2/13) Monday (2/9)  Problem 1.1  We will recognize and describe reflection, rotation, and translation symmetry, and will use tools such as tracing paper to analyze designs to determine their reflection symmetries.  Pages 1516 #19  Tuesday (2/10)  Problem 1.2  We will recognize and describe rotation symmetry, including center of rotation and the angle of rotation, and will use tools such as protractors and compasses to analyze designs to determine their rotation symmetries.  Pages 1617, 20 #1017, 3440  Wednesday (2/11)  Problem 1.3  We will find and describe reflection and rotation symmetries in kaleidoscope designs, and make designs that have certain combinations of reflection and rotation symmetries.  Pages 18 & 21 #2025, 46  Thursday (2/12)  Problem 1.4 & Checkup 1  We will recognize and describe translation symmetry, and use tools to analyze designs to determine their translation symmetries.  Pages 1819 #2630
Checkup 1  Friday (2/13)  No School  No School  Teacher Inservice 

8th Grade Tentative Schedule  Growing, Growing, Growing (Exponents and Scientific Notation) Week 21 (2/2  2/6) Monday (2/2)  End of Unit  We will review exponents, roots of numbers, and scientific notation to prepare for the test tomorrow.  Study  Tuesday (2/3)  End of Unit  We will show our understandings of exponents, roots, and scientific notation by completing a test.  Kaleidoscopes, Hubcaps, and Mirrors Pretest  Wednesday (2/4)  No School  No School  Teacher Inservice 
 Thursday (2/5)  Problem 1.1 and 1.2  We will understand, recognize, and identify reflection and rotation symmetry on different images.  Pages 1517, 20 #117, 3440  Friday (2/6)  Problem 1.3  We will use what we know about reflection and rotation symmetry to analyze different designs.  Pages 18 #2025 
Week 20 (1/26  1/30) Monday (1/26)  Scientific Notation  We will write numbers using scientific notation, and convert from standard form to scientific form and viceversa.  Scientific Form w/s  Tuesday (1/27)  Scientific Notation  We will practice different computation problems using scientific notation.  Scientific Form w/s  Wednesday (1/28)  Scientific Notation  We will practice different computation problems using scientific notation.  Scientific Form Computation w/s  Thursday (1/29)  End of Unit  We will review concepts learned using exponents and scientific notation.  Review  Friday (1/30)  End of Unit  We will show our understandings or exponents and scientific notation by completing a test. 

Week 19 (1/19  1/23) Monday (1/19)  Problem 5.2  We will examine patterns in the exponential and standard forms of powers of whole numbers, and use powers to develop rules for operating with exponents.  Pages 6465 #1027, 31  Tuesday (1/20)  Problem 5.3  We will describe how varying the values of a and b in the equation y=a(b^x) affects the graph of that equation.  Page 66 #42 & 43  Wednesday (1/21)  CC Inv. 1.1  We will know and apply the properties of integer exponents to generate equivalent expressions.  Worksheet  Thursday (1/22)  CC Inv. 1.2  We will know and apply the properties of integer exponents to generate equivalent expressions, and will evaluate cube roots of small perfect cubes.  Worksheet  Friday (1/23)  End of CC Inv. 1  We will complete a Checkup to show our understandings of exponents and different roots of numbers. 

8th Grade Tentative Schedule  Looking for Pythagoras Week 18 (1/12  1/16) Monday (1/12)  End of Unit  We will review questions relating to the Pythagorean Theorem and square roots to prepare for our test. 
 Tuesday (1/13)  End of Unit  We will review questions relating to the Pythagorean Theorem and square roots to prepare for our test. 
 Wednesday (1/14)  End of Unit  We will show our understandings of the Pythagorean Theorem by completing the end of the unit test. 
 Thursday (1/15)  Start of Unit  We will take a pretest on our next unit Growing, Growing, Growing and Scientific Notation. We will work on independent skills using MobyMax. 
 Friday (1/16)  Problem 5.1  We will examine patterns in the exponential and standard forms of powers of whole numbers.  Pages #17, 54 
Week 17 (1/5  1/9) Monday (1/5)  Review of Pythagorean Theorem  We will review division problems and problems relating to the pythagorean theorem and squared numbers.  Division Quiz  Tuesday (1/6)  Problem 4.3  We will investigate the special properties of a 306090 triangle.  Pages 55 & 56 #10, 11  Wednesday (1/7)  Problem 4.4  We will use the properties of special right triangles to solve problems.  Pages 56 & 59 #12, 35  Thursday (1/8)  End of Investigation  We will review questions relating to the pythagorean theorem and square roots to prepare for our test tomorrow. 
 Friday (1/9)  End of Investigation  We will show our understandings of the pythagorean theorem by completing the end of unit assessment.  Page 24 #79 Page 38 #7 Page 55 #10 
Week 16 (12/15  12/19) Monday (12/15)  Problem 4.1  We will learn the meanings of rational and irrational numbers, and estimate the values of square roots that are irrational numbers.  Page 53 #1,2  Tuesday (12/16)  Problem 4.2  We will estimate the lengths of hypotenuses of right triangles, and will apply the Pythagorean Theorem to a problem situation.  Pages 53 & 57 #35, 24, 25  Wednesday (12/17)  Problem 4.3  We will investigate the special properties of a 306090 triangle.  Pages 55 & 56 #10, 11  Thursday (12/18)  Problem 4.4  We will use the properties of special right triangles to solve problems.  Pages 56 & 59 #12, 35  Friday (12/19)  No Class  Holiday Celebrations, Fun Friday, Studentteacher volleyball game. 

Week 15 (12/8  12/12) Monday (12/8)  Problem 3.1  We will deduce the Pythagorean Theorem through exploration, and use the Pythagorean Theorem to find unknown side lengths.  Pages 3839 #1,2,5,6,811, 12  Tuesday (12/9)  Problem 3.2  We will reason through a geometric proof of the Pythagorean Theorem.  Pages 4142 #23 & 26  Wednesday (12/10)  Problem 3.3  We will use the Pythagorean Theorem to find the distance between two points on a grid, and relate areas of squares to the lengths of the sides.  Page 42 #24  Thursday (12/11)  Problem 3.4  We will determine whether a triangle is a right triangle based on its side lengths, and relate areas of squares to the lengths of the sides.  Page 40 #1517  Friday (12/12)  No School  No School  Teacher Inservice  No School  Teacher Inservice 
Week 14 (21/1  12/5) Monday (12/1)  Problem 1.2  We will review properties of coordinate grids and quadrilaterals, and will connect the properties of figures to coordinate representations.  Page 13 #810, 14  Tuesday (12/2)  Problem 1.3  We will develop strategies for finding areas of irregular figures on a grid.  Pages 1314 #1525  Wednesday (12/3)  Problem 2.1  We will draw squares on 5 dotby5 dot grids and find their areas.  Pages 23 & 26 #1, 2, 42  Thursday (12/4)  Problem 2.2  We will introduce the concept of square root, and understand square root geometrically, as the side length of a square with known area.  Pages 2324 #46, 10, 1418  Friday (12/5)  Problem 2.3  We will use geometric understanding of square roots to find lengths of line segments on a dot grid.  Pages 2526 #3537, 41 
Week 13 (11/24  11/28) Monday (11/24)  Start of New Unit  Looking for Pythagoras  We will be introduced to exponents and will practice solving equations using exponents, and will take a division quiz using Google Forms.  Exponent w/s  Tuesday (11/25)  No Class  We will not have math class today due to Fun Friday taking place. Students with missing work will have time to complete it this afternoon. 
 Wednesday (11/26)  No Class  No School  Thanksgiving Break 
 Thursday (11/27)  No Class  No School  Thanksgiving Break 
 Friday (11/28  No Class  No School  Thanksgiving Break 

8th Grade Tentative Schedule  Thinking with Mathematical Models Week 12 (11/17  11/21) Monday (11/17)  End of Unit 2  We will review linear relationships and inverse variations to prepare for our assessment tomorrow.  Study for Test  Tuesday (11/18)  End of Unit 2  We will take an end of the unit assessment on linear relationships and inverse variations. (Thinking with Mathematical Models Test) 
 Wednesday (11/19)  Start of New Unit  Looking for Pythagoras  We will show what we know about the Pythagorean Theorem and exponents in a unit preassessment. We will practice concepts individually on Moby Max. 
 Thursday (11/20)  Start of New Unit  Looking for Pythagoras  We will review and explore distances on a coordinate grid.  Pages #17  Friday (11/21)  Start of New Unit  Looking for Pythagoras  We will review properties of quadrilaterals, connect properties of figures to coordinate representations, and draw shapes on coordinate grid.  Pages #810, 14 
Week 11 (11/10  11/14) Monday (11/10)  Additional Common Core 2.1  We will look at linear relationships and inverse variations in a different manner to review equations, graphs, and tables.  Problem 2.1 #15  Tuesday (11/11)  A.C.C. 2.2  We will look at linear relationships and inverse variations in a different manner to review equations, graphs, and tables.  Problem 2.2  Wednesday (11/12)  A.C.C. 2.3  We will look at linear relationships and inverse variations in a different manner to review equations, graphs, and tables.  Problem 2.3  Thursday (11/13)  A.C.C. 2.4  We will look at linear relationships and inverse variations in a different manner to review equations, graphs, and tables.  Problem 2.4  Friday (11/14)  Solving Equations  We will practice solving equations for a given variable using algebraic operations. 

Week 10 (11/3  11/7) Monday (11/3)  Review Inv. 2  We will review, and teach, how to find the slope and yintercept of a line using a table, graph, and equation.  Linear Equation w/s  Tuesday (11/4)  Problem 3.1  We will explore situations that can be modeled by inverse variation relationships.  Page 53 & 56 #1, 2, 12  Wednesday (11/5)  Problem 3.2  We will explore situations that can be modeled by inverse variation relationships, and compare them with linear relationships.  Page 5355 #37, 9  Thursday (11/6)  Problem 3.3  We will explore situations that can be modeled by inverse variation relationships. We will compare linear relationships with inverse variations.  Page 55 & 56 #10 & 11  Friday (11/7)  End of Inv. 3  We will review inverse variations and compare them to linear relationships. 

Week 9 (10/27  10/31) Monday (10/27)  Problem 2.4  We will use equations to represent questions about problem situations and interpret the solutions in the context of the problem.  Page 38 #2528, 33  Tuesday (10/28)  End of Inv. 2  We will show our understandings of linear models using equations, graphs, and tables by taking a quiz. We will work independently on MobyMax. 
 Wednesday (10/29)  Problem 3.1  We will explore situations that can be modeled by inverse variation relationships.  Page #1, 2, 12  Thursday (10/30)  Problem 3.2  We will explore situations that can be modeled by inverse variation relationships, and compare them with linear relationships.  Page #39, 28  Friday (10/31)  Halloween  Homework: Page #39, 28 will be turned in. Fun Friday, Halloween Party, and elementary parade from 12:30  3:30. 

Week 8 (10/20  10/24) Monday (10/20)  Problem 2.1  We will fit a line to data that show a linear trend, and will write and equation for a line based on a graph of the line.  Page 33 #13  Tuesday (10/21)  Problem 2.2  We will practice effective strategies for writing linear equations from verbal, numerical, or graphical information.  Page 3435 #510  Wednesday (10/22)  Problem 2.3  We will develop skill in solving linear equations with approximation and exact reasoning methods, and will write inequalities to represent "at most" situations.  Page 38 #2024  Thursday (10/23)  Problem 2.4  We will use equations to represent questions about problem situations and interpret the solutions in the context of the problem.  Page #2528, 33, 4452
Partner Quiz  Friday (10/24)  No School  No School  No School 
Week 7 (10/13  10/17) Monday (10/13)  Start of New Unit  We will complete a Thinking With Mathematical Models pretest. When finished, we will work on missing/redo work or Moby Max. 
 Tuesday (10/14)  Problem 1.1  We will make tables and graphs to represent data, and describe the relationships between variables.  Page 12 #1  Wednesday (10/15)  Problem 1.2  We will make tables and graphs to represent data, and describe the relationships between variables.  Page 12 #2  Thursday (10/16)  Problem 1.3  We will make tables and graphs to represent data, and describe the relationships between variables.  Page 13 & 14 #3, 5  Friday (10/17)  End of Inv. 1  We will complete an end of the Investigation checkup, and will individually work on Moby Max math. 

8th Grade Tentative Schedule  Samples and Populations Week 6 (10/6  10/10) Monday (10/6)  Problem 5.1  We will understand that patterns in bivariate categorical data can be seen by displaying frequencies and relative frequencies in twoway tables, and will construct and interpret twoway tables.  Problem 5.1 Exercise #1  Tuesday (10/7)  Problem 5.2  We will understand that patterns in bivariate categorical data can be seen by displaying frequencies and relative frequencies in twoway tables, and will construct and interpret twoway tables.  Problem 5.2 Exercise #2  Wednesday (10/8)  End of Unit  We will review and practice concepts learned throughout the Samples and Populations Unit.  Review for Samples and Populations test.  Thursday (10/9)  End of Unit  Samples and Populations Test 
 Friday (10/10) 
 No School 

Week 5 (9/29  10/3) Monday (9/29)  End of Inv. 3  We will finish problem 2.3 and complete a reflection/comprehension journal.
We will complete practice problems relating to Investigation 2.3. Page 54 & 55, #35  Inv. 1 & 2 journals must be completed and turned in through google drive.
 Tuesday (9/30)  Problem 4.1  We will explore relationships between paired values of numerical attributes.  Page 69 & 73 #1, 7, 8  Wednesday (10/1)  Problem 4.2  We will explore relationships between paired values of numerical attributes.  Page 70 & 74 #2, 1013  Thursday (10/2)  Problem 4.3  We will explore relationships between paired values of numerical attributes.  Page 71, 74, & 75 #3, 1421  Friday (10/3)  End of Inv. 4  We will journal our understandings/reflections about scatter plots, the line that fits a scatter plot, and predicting values of variables.  Inv. 4 journals must be completed and turned in through google drive. 
Week 4 (9/22  9/26) Monday (9/22)  Problem 2.3  We will select a random sample from a population, and describe and compare samples.  Page 37 #1013 Page 41 #26  Tuesday (9/23)  Problem 2.4  We will use data from a sample to estimate a characteristic of a population.  Page 38 #1517  Wednesday (9/24)  End of Inv. 2  Partner Quiz  Inv. 2 Journal  Thursday (9/25)  Problem 3.1  We will distinguish between samples and populations and use information drawn from samples to draw conclusions about populations.  Page 54 #12  Friday (9/26)  Problem 3.2  We will apply concepts from probability to select random samples from populations.  Page 5456 #37 
Week 3 (9/159/19) Monday (9/15)
 Problem 1.4  We will compare sample distributions using measures of center, measures of variability, and data displays that group data.  Page 2022 #1926, 30  Tuesday (9/16)  Checkup 1  We will practice comparing distributions and show we understand by creating and describing boxandwhisker plots.  Checkup 1  Wednesday (9/17)  Problem 2.1  We will distinguish between a sample and a population, and use data from samples to make predictions about a population.  Page 36 #14  Thursday (9/18)  Problem 2.2  We will consider various ways of developing a sample plan.  Page 36 #59 Page 39 #21,25  Friday (9/19)  Problem 2.3  We will select a random sample from a population, and describe and compare those samples.  Page 37 #1013, 26 
Week 2 (9/89/12) Monday (9/8)
 Problem 1.1  We will compare sample distributions using measures of center, variability, and data displays that group data.  Page 17 #1 Page 22 #2728  Tuesday (9/9)  Problem 1.2  We will compare samples using measures of center, measures of variability, and data displays that group data.  Page 17 #26, 29  Wednesday (9/10)  OWLS  Leadership retreat to Holiday Home Camp 
 Thursday (9/11)  Problem 1.3  We will compare sample distributions using measures of center, measures of variability, and data displays that group data.  Page 19 #717, 31, 32  Friday (9/12)  Problem 1.4  We will compare sample distributions using measures of center, measures of variability, and data displays that group data.  Page 2022 #1926, 30 
