VIEWS: 1,131 PAGES: 9 CATEGORY: Business POSTED ON: 11/14/2010
EDWARDS MIDDLE SCHOOL Week of: January 3, 2007 LESSON PLANS Subject: Math Period(s): 2, 3, 4, 5 Connie Niebieski MONDAY Essential Question: Activity Summary/Assessment Holiday--No School TUESDAY Essential Question: Activity Summary/Assessment Teacher Workday WEDNESDAY Essential Question: Activity Summary/Assessment Review the constructions created before the break. Why is the definition of a circle a foundation (copy a segment, copy an angle, perpendicular bisector, for geometric constructions? angle bisector). Introduce constructing parallel lines. check students' constructions in class. THURSDAY Essential Question: Activity Summary/Assessment Have students copy the Unit 5 vocabulary words and Do you know the definition to these words? definitions. Read pages 44-45. P. 45 #4-25, 31-33 all. How do you compare and order decimals? Homework Workbook pg. 8 PR # 7-27 Students' work FRIDAY Essential Question: Activity Summary/Assessment Introduce dilations. Have students copy a comic strip on What is a dilation and how does this graph paper and label 12-20 points with their ordered transformation affect a figure in the pairs. Student will then use a 2nd sheet to dilate the coordinate plane? figure. Students' work EDWARDS MIDDLE SCHOOL Week of: January 8, 2007 LESSON PLANS Subject: Math Period(s):2, 3, 4, 5 Name: Connie Niebieski MONDAY Essential Question: Activity Summary/Assessment What is a dilation and how does this Warm Up p. 217 #8-10, 17. Introduce dilations, p. 380 transformation affect a figure in the in the text. Have students take a cartoon and trace it, coordinate plane? then dilate using a scale factor of 2. Review students' cartoons. TUESDAY Essential Question: Activity Summary/Assessment What is a dilation and how does this transformation affect a figure in the Warm Up then finish dilations from Monday. Also have coordinate plane? students do the triangle worksheet on dilations. Review students' cartoons and worksheets. WEDNESDAY Essential Question: Activity Summary/Assessment Warm Up then have students review section 8-1, pages 317-318 (Ratios). After reviewing ratios, have students review Porportions, 8-3, pages 325-326. Remind students the process of solving a proportion when one What is a ratio? How is a proportion value is missing. Have students work pg. 327 # 3-7 and different from a ratio? How do you solve check the answers in class. Assign p. 327 #8-22, 26-28. proportions? Students must show all work. No HW if classwork is completed. THURSDAY Essential Question: Activity Summary/Assessment Warm up. Go over the classwork from Wednesday. Show students how to set up proportions in order to How do you write and solve proportions? solve them. Classwork: PW 9-3. Check classwork in class. FRIDAY Essential Question: Activity Summary/Assessment Warm Up. Quiz over solving proportions. Introduce 9-3, How can proportions be used to determine if Similar Polygons, pgs. 376-378. Have students 2 figures are similar? complete workbook pg. 69 SG. Quiz over solving proportions. EDWARDS MIDDLE SCHOOL Week of: January 15, 2007 LESSON PLANS Subject: Math Period(s): 2, 3, 4, 5 Name: Connie Niebieski MONDAY Essential Question: Activity Summary/Assessment MLK Holiday-No School TUESDAY Essential Question: Activity Summary/Assessment Warm Up. Review the process of writing and solving proportions. Worksheet 9-3 . Students must write How do you write and solve proportions? and solve each proportion. No HW if finished in class. WEDNESDAY Essential Question: Activity Summary/Assessment Warm Up. Review the process of writing and solving proportions. Proportions . Students must write and How do you write and solve proportions? solve each proportion. No HW if finished in class. THURSDAY Essential Question: Activity Summary/Assessment How do you write and solve proportions? How can you determine the actual size of an item when given a scaled Warm Up. Quiz over dilations and proportions. representation? How do you multiply Introduce scale factor 8-4, pgs. 332-334. Review fractions and mixed numbers? multiplying mixed numbers, p. 284 -286. p. 286 #4-11. No HW If finished in class. FRIDAY Essential Question: Activity Summary/Assessment How can you determine the actual size of an item when given a scaled representation? How do you multiply Warm Up. Go over the quiz from Thursday. Continue fractions and mixed numbers? to review fraction multiplication. Workbook SG p. 52. No HW If finished in class. EDWARDS MIDDLE SCHOOL Week of: January 22, 2007 LESSON PLANS Subject: Math Period(s): 2, 3, 4,5 Name: Connie Niebieski MONDAY Essential Question: Activity Summary/Assessment Warm Up. Notes on scale factor. P. 332-333. Have students work example problems and check in class. How do you use scale factor to determine Assign Workbook p. 61 STG #2-12 evens, must show the missing side lengths of similar figures? all work. Finish CW for HW if not complete in class. TUESDAY Essential Question: Activity Summary/Assessment Warm Up. Practice multiplication of fractions and mixed numbers. P. 286 #12-35 all, 41-42 all. (2 column How do you multiply fractions? method). HW Worksheet on proportions. WEDNESDAY Essential Question: Activity Summary/Assessment Warm Up. Review the process of finding the missing How do you use scale factor to determine part of a scaled drawing. Workbook p. 61 Practice, #1- the missing side lengths of similar figures? 13 odds. Show all work! Finish CW for HW if not complete in class. THURSDAY Essential Question: Activity Summary/Assessment Warm Up. Have students make a scale drawing of a classroom given the dimensions of the room and objects How do you use scale factor to determine in the room. Use graph paper and use a scale factor of the missing side lengths of similar figures? 1 foot - 4 squares. NO HW FRIDAY Essential Question: Activity Summary/Assessment Warm Up. Have students make a scale drawing of a classroom given the dimensions of the room and objects How do you use scale factor to determine in the room. Use graph paper and use a scale factor of the missing side lengths of similar figures? 1 foot - 4 squares. FINISH DRAWING IN CLASS. Scale drawings. EDWARDS MIDDLE SCHOOL Week of: LESSON PLANS Subject: Period(s): Name: MONDAY Essential Question: Activity Summary/Assessment TUESDAY Essential Question: Activity Summary/Assessment WEDNESDAY Essential Question: Activity Summary/Assessment THURSDAY Essential Question: Activity Summary/Assessment FRIDAY Essential Question: Activity Summary/Assessment tyty