• E-Learning Information

    8th Math:

    You guys are actually in a really good situation right now as far as Math class goes.  We luckily have already covered all the material that you are responsible for learning this year, so the work that I assign for you to complete at home will not be over brand new topics. 

     

    My plan for after Spring Break was for us to begin reviewing for the STAAR test, but since you will not be taking a math STAAR test this year (yay!), a fast-paced review is no longer necessary.  However, I would still like for you to complete the review problems that you would have done in class.  I have clustered similar topics together and spread them out over four weeks, in case our time away from campus is extended. 

     

    7th Math:

    You guys are actually in a really good situation right now as well as Math class goes.  We luckily have already covered the majority of the material that you are responsible for learning this year, so the work that I assign for you to complete at home will mostly be concepts that we have already covered. I have provided detailed notes and examples for the new concept (Simple Interest). I also provided examples and notes for all other concepts, just in case you needed a refresher. 

     

     

    All Classes:

    My plan for after Spring Break was for us to begin reviewing for the STAAR test, but since you will not be taking a math STAAR test this year (yay!), a fast-paced review is no longer necessary.  However, I would still like for you to complete the review problems that you would have done in class.  I have clustered similar topics together and spread them out over four weeks, in case our time away from campus is extended

     

    You may complete the assignments at a pace that is comfortable for you, or you may follow my suggested pace that is indicated on my weekly lesson plan calendar...all assignments and packets are due by Monday, April 27th.

     

    Please let me know if you are needing help with anything. I have will be uploading notes and examples of concepts in Google Classroom, or you could use other resources you find on the internet. 

     

    Although you may not have an n-Spire calculator to use at home, I am sure that you can use your Googling talents to find something similar online.  However, I have listed a few resources on my website under Helpful Resources for you to utilize:

     

    Completing Assignments On-line:

    • All assignments are in Google Slides and I have posted them to Google Classroom (if you need the class code please see the tab on my website).  
    • Please read the directions and look over the how-to for marking your answers, this is on the 1st slide in every assignment. 
    • Don't forget to submit when you are finished. 

     

    Google Classroom Codes:

    8th Math:

    • 1st Period - tcjsxzk
    • 5th Period - bclarud
    • 7th Period - ogk2qiy

     

    7th Math:

    • 2nd Period - 6jrwn6d
    • 6th Period - xox32wi
    • 8th Period - lj7qymz

     

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