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Jacobson Math 7

Daily Assignments Math 7

Week 13: Cartoon Plot due Friday for extra credit

11/12 Holiday

11/14:4.2.2/34-39 or mvp problems in class and 41-45 at home

11/15: Properties and Fractions

11/16: 4.2.3/46 in class poster and

50-54 challenge 49

11/17: Pumpkin Pie Math

 

Week 12:

11/5: 4.1.1/ 4-10 all and well thought out

11/6: 4.1.2/ class 11,13-14 hw finish classwork and 16-19

11/7: 4.2.1 In class/21-26 hw/ finish classwork and 29-32

11/8: Basic Skills Test 3 Chance 2

Chapter 4 work to understand: 15,17,25,26,27 hw. 28(you will need graph paper) and create a scale!

11/9: Quiz Ch. 4 and Basic Skills

Cartoon Plot

 

Week 11:

10/29: 3.2.5/82-86

10/30: 3.3.1/ 93-97

10/31: Candy Math: due Friday November 9 (the more you do in class the less you save for later!)

Sort and record your bag of candy tonight! If you are not going trick or treating, choose any four images and sort and record candy

images of halloween candy

 

Week 10: Basic Skills Quiz Week 2

10/22: 3.2.3/59-63

10/23: Word Problems absolute value of ‘differences” Draw Picture for each!

10/24: Word Problems side 2 draw pictures or make a t-table

10/25: 3.2.4/ 73-77

10/26: Homework Quiz Chapter 3

 

Week 9: 

10/16: 3.2.1/ 34-38 challenge 32

10/17: Integer w.sheet side 1

10/18: Rational Numbers side 2

10/19: 3.2.2/ 46-50

10/20: Basic Skills Quiz: Last day to pass

 

Week 8:

10/8: 2.3.1/ 115-120

10/9: 2.3.2/124-129

10/10: Fraction Review Word Problems #1-7 use T-Charts  and Chapter 2 review 2.2.2 /42 a-f 2.2.6/ 96&99all

10/11: Chapter 2 Closure Problems 130-138

10/12: Ch 2 Test

 

Week 7:

10/1: Adding Integers extra practice

Holt (green book) pg 20/ 13-30,46

10/2: Fraction Review

Holt: pg 107/19,21,27,29,31,35,39,40(all answers for these are in the back of the book!) 

10/3: 2.2.5/90-94

10/4: 2.2.6/101-105

10/5: Chapter 2 Quiz

 

Week 6:

9/24: 2.2.1/ 36-40, 40 optional

9/25: 2.2.2/ 51-55

9/26: 2.2.3/62-66

9/27: 2.2.4/ 79-84

9/28: Compound Probability Collect data or Team Test Spinners

 

Week 5:

9/18: 1.2.8/ 137-141

9/19: Ch 1 141 in class team quiz 2.1.1 / 8-15

9/20: Chapter 1 Closure Problems /142-149

9/21: 2.1.2/ 26-30

9/22: Quiz 2 Chapter 1

 

 

Week 4: Quiz Retakes lunch T, Th!

9/10: 1.2.4 #90-94

9/11: 1.2.5 #103-107

9/12: 1.2.6/ 114-118

9/13:1.2.7/ 124-129

9/14: Team Test Chapter 1

 

 

Week 3: Math Facebook Page due Friday 9/7

9/3: Holiday!!!!

9/4: 1.2.3 #80-84

9/5:  Open Ended Math Problems

9/6: Quiz 1 Ch 1

9/7: MDTP Test - to check your strengths and improvement needs. Begin Open Ended Problems First Attempt.Do not worry if you cannot solve all of these problems. I do want you to try your best for each. We will be discussing these one at a time starting next week.  Math Facebook due!

 

Week 2: Math Facebook Page due Friday 9/7

8/27: CC2  1.1.4/ Review & Preview 1:35 - 39

8/28: CC2  1.1.5/ Review & Preview 1:45-49

8/29: CC2  1.2.1/ Review & Preview 1:57-62

https://illuminations.nctm.org/adjustablespinner/

8/30:1.2.2 #70-74, 55d(i and ii)

8/31: Triangle and Trapezoid Review

 

 

Week 1: Welcome back to school!

Parents need to read and sign Math Syllabus (see below) by Friday 8/24 for 5 points!

Aug 20: Find a picture that represents you for Math Facebook page. You will take home your textbook today or tomorrow! Homework, finish CC2 Ebook Scavenger Hunt

Aug 21: CC2  1.1.1/ Review & Preview 1:3 - 6

Aug 22:  CC2 1.1.2/ Review & Preview (all)1:11-15

Aug 23: CC2 1.1.3/ Review & Preview(all) 1:18-22

Aug 24: Begin Math Facebook page

MATH 7 SYLLABUS

Welcome to Seventh Grade Math!

Curriculum Based On California State Standards

Math 7: Ratios and Proportional Relationship, Rational Numbers, Expressions and Equations, Percents and Proportional Relationships, Geometry, Statistics and Probability                                                                                                             

Class Goal: to advance math skills by group collaboration, application, daily practice; gaining competence and perseverance in problem solving by using drawings, models, charts, tables, & graphs; communicating reasoning through writing, explaining, adjusting, and justifying solutions; communicating process and solutions in discussions and oral presentations; improving mental math skills through number talks; as well as procedural algebraic skills using models and paper & pencil.  

 Textbook and Homework Web Support: CPM Core Connections Course 2:  Students should have registered an ebook account at ebooks.cpm.org and have access to all materials online including homework "hints." See instructions to set up account on Mrs. Jacobson’s web page.                       

Grades:                                                                                                                 

*Daily Practice, Problem Solving, and Investigations 35%: Expect homework Monday through Thursday. Yes, you can and should check hints as necessary online and after attempting problems on your own, you may check any given answers on the CPM website.  Used properly, the answers let you know if you understand how to solve the problem. You MUST SHOW ALL WORK !  No work, no credit!                                                                                                                                                                         

 

Absent?  Math builds upon skills learned in previous lessons. It is very important to try to keep up. At the very least, you should watch the video lessons offered by Khan Academy or Learnzillion  and read through the lessons in every chapter prior to each assignment. Check Mrs. Jacobson’s school loop page by clicking the link to the left of the Sage webpage, try a Buddy phone list or call the school and request homework assignments.                                                                                                                                                                            

*Assessments 65%: Quizzes: A student can retake any quiz during, recess, or lunch for up to B- grade.  You must retake a quiz prior to the unit test! I typically post grades within one to two school days after it is taken. Bookmark Illuminateed and check it weekly! Tests: A student can retake a test for up to passing C- credit.  A test correction is mandatory for a failing grade. I typically post grades one to two days after students take them. Bookmark Illuminateed and check it weekly!                                                                                                                                                

Class Materials: You must bring a quad ruled journal, lined paper, pencils, pencil sharpeners, mini stapler, ruler, and an eraser to class each day. You will also need a compass and a protractor. I recommend refillable lead pencils and plenty of replacement lead. It is a good idea to check your backpacks and binders and replenish supplies at least every trimester, or August, November, and March.
 

Behavioral Expectations:

*Support the Learning Environment!  

*Participate!!

*Respect & Courtesy!

*Be Responsible for Your Own Behavior!!

 

Parent Involvement?

*Bookmark and regularly check my School Loop web page. I will post homework, project, and assessment schedule daily to weekly.  I generally return quizzes and tests within two days after I give them.  Ask to see it or check Illuminateed to see the grades! Any quiz or test correction must be taken within a week after taking it so students learn and are prepared for the next topic.

*Bookmark and check student grades at least once a week on the SVMS Illuminateed - this is particularly important as the year progresses. Students can falter at any time and they need your consistent support and direction to keep them motivated!

 Include your child in the following activities: *Estimate grocery bills *Estimate tax and tips *Estimate discounts and sale price *Let your son or daughter budget and pay for items at a store or meals at restaurants *Talk about interest for bank accounts and loans *Share house blueprints and include your child in cooking, landscaping, home renovations or a build it project *Calculate Unit Rates such as average mile/hour, miles/gallon $/item etc .*Calculate Proportions such as recipe reduction or augmentation *Measure perimeter and calculate area or volume *Play card and dice games!                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Class Donations and Needs: *Consider donating materials such as lined paper, pencils, sharpeners, cleaning wipes, Kleenex (I especially appreciate the above!!) and/or rulers, tape measures, yard sticks, compass, protractor, expo markers, pens, pencil sharpeners, colored pencils,erasers, deck of cards, dice, calculators, fun or interesting articles or web pages on math. Or, consider a tax deductible donation to my class account through the office so I can purchase these supplies as necessary.

 

Home/School Contacts: Please make certain that the school has a current and accurate email address for you at all times!

You may contact me at any time at sjacobson@scottsvalleyusd.org

 

Please dlick this link and fill out the google form to confirm you have read this syllabus.

HOW TO DO A QUIZ/TEST CORRECTION

Students learn from their mistakes! So, *Quizzes can be corrected for up to B- credit and *Tests for C-.

Please follow the directions carefully in order to receive the maximum value for the corrections.

*Study your errors and learn the concepts BEFORE you attempt the correction!

*You MUST Keep your original quiz and original work! You will staple your correction on top of it. No quiz/test, no credit!

2) Fold a piece of graph or lined paper into quarters. Four rectangles on the front and four will be on the back. 

3) Number each problem to match the problem from the quiz or test.

4) Correct only one problem per rectangle. You may use more than one rectangle for a longer problem if necessary. Give yourself plenty of room!

5) Show ALL work -completely and correctly- that demonstrates you can solve the problem.

6) Circle your new and correct answer so I can identify it immediately. Include any appropriate nouns or labels. 

7) All numbers must be clearly and neatly written!!!

8) Students take the test again during lunch and must show complete and correct reasoning or solutions to each problem. 

CPM ONLINE TEXTBOOK DIRECT LINK

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Online Textbook Link

 

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Khan Academy Class Code

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Enrollment Code for Math 7

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Enrollment Codes below:

 

Math 7: CMF8Z

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Fill out form by Friday for 5 points.