Today, students continued learning how to find the area of composite figures! Check out some of the videos posted yesterday for extra help!
Check out the video below for help on your homework!! (MSG page 178)
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Today, students learned to find the area of composite figures! A composite figure is one that is composed of, or made up of, multiple figures. You can find the area of a composite figure by decomposing (breaking apart) the figure into smaller shapes. Find the area of each shape, and then add them together! Homework:: Finish finding area of the 13 "Creature Creation" shapes; IXL FF6 due Mon. 2/6Bothers: Area of Trapezoids WS; Area Quiz corrections due FridayLeach: IXL G1 (last 3 standards) due Mon. 2/6Ledesma: Finish Area of Composite Figures WSSchwak
Today, students took a quiz to show mastery of finding area. Using formulas, they found the area of rectangles, parallelograms, triangles, and trapezoids. Today, students took notes and created "fortune tellers" to show what they've learned about area! They continued to apply what they've learned about area in solving problems.
Today, students practiced finding area of triangles, parallelograms, and trapezoids. They watched the BrainPop video and took the quiz afterwards to practice applying the skill.
Today, students in Mrs. Bothers', Mrs. Leach's, and Mrs. Ledesma's classes set up Unit 5 in their MSGs. Mrs. Schwak's classes began learning to find area of rectangles and triangles.Today, Mrs. Schwak's classes set up Unit 5 in their MSGs. Students in Mrs. Bothers', Mrs. Leach's, and Mrs. Ledesma's classes began learning to find the area of rectangles, parallelograms, and triangles. They took guided notes and worked through practice problems!
Students took the Unit 4 Test today! Overall, students did a great job showing mastery of equations, inequalities, and direct variation.Homework For ALL: Bring your second MSG (composition book) and tape or glue on Monday!: IXL AA3 and BB5Bothers: Suggested practice: IXL AA1 - AA5 (inequalities) and Z1 - Z11 (equations)Leach: IXL EE9 (choose 3)Ledesma: New MSG, tape/glueSchwakStay tuned for shout-outs to everyone who made an A on today's test!: BothersMaryjane, Aniekan, Jesiah, Rayven, Bobrae, Reyli, Tristen, Kelly, Juliana, Emily, Lalla Kenza, Hala, Yariel, Matthew, Chris, Andrew, and Jada: LeachJunior, Sebastian, Isabella, Nathan, Yani, Jewel, Joshua, Ulices, Maria, Christjon: Ledesma TBA!: SchwakJoe, Tracy, Isaac, Renardo, Nathan, Tasenya, Giovanna, Kamari, Treyvon, Paige, Amy, Cal, Wendy, Armani, Juan, Ean, Pablo, Samantha, Maurice, Julian, Linda, Max, Jonathan, Jayden, Bryashia, Damion, Emily, Henry, Jeffrey, Danika, Roxana, Megan, Sean, Tre, Kanye, Reed, Kayla, Quentin, Gee-Gee, Destiny, Rashaad, Malliyah
Today, students played Left-Hand Locomotive or Risky Business to review for tomorrow's test. Students will be tested on equations, inequalities, and direct variation.
Check out the VIDEO TUTORIAL below! The video explains all problems of your Unit 4 Post-Test Review (HW from Bothers, Ledesma, and Schwak)!Today, students continued practicing equations, inequalities, and direct variation.** We will test Unit 4 on Friday!!!**** All students must have a new MSG (composition book) by Friday!**
Check out the first 8 minutes of this video on Direct Variation! It's very helpful! :)Direct Variation Video |
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