Project Food Permission Form and 7th Grade Project

Please go here and fill out the Project permission form for all classes, 9th and 7th.

And here is the 7th grade project.

Unit 2 Project:  Positive and Negative numbers   DUE November 21

 

This is a short mostly in-class project if you miss a day, you’ll have to complete it at home and make arrangements to turn it in late.

How this is graded:

 

5  pts  Students have chosen a topic that clearly uses numbers (positive and negative numbers) in the real world

 

5 pt  Students have completed the project and turned it in on time (or made arrangements ahead of time.)

 

5 pts  Students have clearly spent time on this project and shown effort.  

 

5 pts.   Students have demonstrated understanding of positive and negative numbers and how they are used in the real world.

 

Please choose one of the following or come up with your own project:  Some real world applications of positive and negative numbers are found in  temperature, money, 3-D maps and anything else you can come up with.  

Artistic

  • Draw or use some other artistic expression to show a real world example of positive and negative numbers.
Manipulative

  • Make a game
  • Make a sculpture
Music

  • Find or write a song and/or  perform it that clearly explains positive and negative numbers in the real world.
Commercial

  • Find examples of how businesses use positive and negative numbers
Computer/AudioVisual

  • Using a program of your choice, make a presentation explaining Positive and negative numbers in the real world.
Oral

  • Verbally explain positive and negative numbers in the real world.
Drama

  • Perform a play or monologue where positive and negative numbers make all the difference
Service

  • Come up with a service project and explain how they would use positive and negative numbers..
Written

  • Make a poster or write an essay explaining positive and negative numbers in the real world.
  • Write a story

   OR COME UP WITH YOUR OWN!!!!!!!

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Food Permission Form

Please go here and fill out the food permission form:

 

https://goo.gl/forms/G7rSHeeMfE0IU2zu1

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Canvas

I invite you to go with your student to https://ascentutah.instructure.com  and log in using their macbook IDs.   Typically this is firstname.lastname and either their SSID or other number they use for logging into their macbooks.  I’ve heard of some students using their sage number.

All classes will be on Canvas by 2nd semester but I am going to start using it now.  I will keep both Canvas and Aspire updated but Canvas will be updated first as far as assignments etc.

Under the file section I have included the course lessons.

I am still learning how to mark missing assignments right now they show nothing and don’t impact their grade on Canvas.  So your student is still responsible for checking their grades.  As we get closer to 2nd semester you’ll see all of their classes on Canvas.

There is also a phone app you can get so they can check their grades.

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Happy Halloween, Merry Christmas

The week before Christmas break we will be collaborating on a project that involves the design of a gingerbread house and then actually building the gingerbread house.
The 7th graders will tie this into their percentage and area content knowledge and we will have an in class activity to tie this to what we are learning that week.

The 9th graders will be practicing limiting domain and range and designing their house via equations.

If you have extra NON chocolate candy such as skittles, nerds, gummies, twizzlers and any other colorful candy that would be fun on a gingerbread house, I’d really appreciate any donations from your Halloween candy.  I will be sending home a form sometime in November with a donation request for this type of candy as well as graham crackers and frosting. but you are free to bring it in anytime.   I will keep the donations separated by class but I will try to make sure all classes have enough to have fun.

Note:  I will make sure that there are supplies that are both gluten free and nut free in the hopes that all students can participate.  One of the reason I request non-chocolate candy is that it is more likely not to be contaminated by nuts.  If your student cannot participate, I will have an alternate activity that they can earn with their tickets.

Our goal for this term is a mathematical practice standard for both 7th grade and high school math  “Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them”.  In other words willingness to try and achieve understanding.     I will be randomly passing out tickets this term until winter break when I see examples of this with our students.    These tickets will used to “purchase” their gingerbread house supplies.

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Some of our 9th Grade Desmos Projects

Here are a few of the projects I’ve gotten in.  They are in no particular order but I hope you enjoy them.

Tenessa

Henry G

Mason 

Dixon

Lexi

Grant

Rafael

 

 

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9th grade INB Parabola

Here is the slide show for the quadratics page.

 

Here

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7th graders

We are looking at a test this week.  I have posted the pretest under the various unit’s tabs.

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9th Grade Desmos Picture Project

9th grade Desmos Picture Project can be found here.

 

 

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7th Grade Food Permission form

Some of our students are presenting project involving food.   Please fill out the food permission form so I know if your child can be in the same room..   Please email me with any concerns.

Ratio and Proportions Food Permission form

Or Go Here to fill out an online version  Form

 

 

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Look under 7 and 7H for your project that is due on September 20

Look under 7 and 7H for your project that is due September 20.  We will have time to work on it in class as well.

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