For the Week of 3/26/18
Monday: On Monday, we will begin Direct Proportions. Direct Proportions look to find the equivalent of two proportions. For homework do problems 11-14 on page 220 in the workbook.
Tuesday: On Tuesday, we will begin Partitive Proportions. Partitive Proportions looks to add and finally divide by each proportion, to find proportional elements, using algebra. For homework do problems 11-14 on page 222 in the workbook.
Wednesday: On Wednesday, we will work on Inverse Proportions on pages 223 and 224 in the workbook. Inverse proportions indicate and look for the students to solve quantities of rising and falling quantities. There is no homework.
Monday: On Monday, we will work on Transversals. Transversals are 180 degree lines that are divided. Each line division must be congruent to its opposite angle. For homework do page 273 numbers 13-18.
Tuesday: On Tuesday, we will be using protractors to measure given angles on page 274 in the workbook. For homework do numbers 40-44 on page 274 in the workbook.
Wednesday: On Wednesday, We will be working on Complementary and Supplementary Lines. Complementary lines equal 90 degrees and Supplementary lines equal 180 degrees. There is no homework.
Monday: On Monday, we will work on Angles of Parallel Lines. These lines will indicate: Interior and Exterior, Interior, Exterior Alternate lines, Corresponding Lines, and Alternate Corresponding Lines. For homework do problems nine-12 on page 125 in the workbook.
Tuesday: On Tuesday we will be working on Line Construction on pages 126 and 127 in the workbook. For homework do problems seven-12 on page 127.
Wednesday: On Wednesday, we will be working on Polygons and triangles and the classification of triangles. There is no homework.
Monday: On Monday, we will work on Circle Graphs. I will introduce how to interpret a Circle graph. I will provide the students with a number of circle graphs to solve. For homework the students will be given a circle graph to complete.
Tuesday: On Tuesday we will begin the topic of how to interpret a Venn diagram. I will construct such a diagram on the board for the student’s notes. For homework the students will be given information to apply and solve in a Venn diagram format.
Wednesday: On Wednesday, we will work on Double Bar Graphs. We previously worked on bar graphs therefore; this will incorporate more data for Bar Graph problems. There is no homewor