Thursday, May 30, 2013
Introduction to Geometry
2A Points and Lines
Homework: Finish Exercise 2A #1-9
(The textbook PDF to download is at the top of this page!)

(no math on Fridays, no school on Monday)

Tuesday, June 4, 2013
Check 2A homework
Chapter 7 Test Corrections

(7th grade trip: Wednesday-Friday. Have fun!)

Bring your protractor on Monday, or you will have to use a little paper one!

Monday, June 10, 2013
1. Read the textbook for Ch.2B and fill out the handout.
2. Talk with your group about how to represent each of the 6 angle types with your arms. Quiz each other by showing an angle with your arms and having your partner or group guess the type.
3. Complete the handout "Measuring Angles with a Protractor". Make sure you carefully follow the steps, check your answers on the front before you go to the back. Remember that a correct answer is within 2 degrees. So if I say the angle is 21°, these answers all count as correct: 19, 20, 21, 22, 23. If you are more than 2 degrees off, then your answer is incorrect.
4. Homework: Exercise 2B #1, 2, 3, 5
Also, memorize and be able to identify the 6 different angle types

Tuesday, June 11, 2013
1. Go over and make corrections on homework.
2. Read the textbook for Ch.2C.
3. Make a study sheet with examples, definitions, and drawings of the following concepts and vocabulary words:
angles at a point, angles on a line, supplementary angles, angles in a right angle, complementary angles, perpendicular
4. Include on your study sheet Examples 1, 2, and 3 (write/draw original question and show any work).
5. Homework: Exercise 2C #1-5, For #6 (c, e, g, i) #7 (a, c) and #8 (a, c, e) look at the example below on how you should show your work. (Write an equation and solve with algebra!)

Wednesday, June 12, 2013
1. Go over and make corrections on homework.
2. Complete Handout: "7 math HH Ch.2E: Angle Pairs"
3. Read example 7
4. Classwork: Exercise 2E #1-7
5. Homework: Finish any work from today. Study notes so that you are able to identify these angle pairs: vertically opposite, corresponding, alternate, and co-interior.

Thursday, June 13, 2013
Miss Adrienne is back.
Review main concepts and vocab from this week.
HH Ch. 2 F: Parallel Lines
Homework: p.51-52 Exercise 2F #1 and #2. Sketch each drawing and then find the missing variables- make sure to find them in alphabetical order. (For example, you'll need to find a before you can find b)

(no math on Fridays)

Monday, June 17, 2013
Review angle pairs and parallelism
Make study sheet for quiz tomorrow. It will cover Chapter 2 Sections A, B, C, E, F
Homework: p.53-55 # 1-6, 8-10
*Check your answers in the back of the book. Come to class tomorrow with questions about any problems you did not understand

Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Check homework and go over any questions before the quiz.
Chapter 2 Quiz
After quiz:
Read HH Ch. 14 A. Take notes on important vocabulary and ideas.
Complete p.275 Exercise 14A #1-3

Wednesday, June 19, 2013
HH Ch. 14 B: Angles in a Triangle
Homework: complete p. 277-278 Exercise 14B #1-5. You must show your work in order to get credit.

Thursday, June 20, 2013
HH Ch. 14 C: Angles in Isosceles and Equilateral Triangles
Homework: Complete p. 280-281 Exercise 14C #1 e-l and #2.

(no math class on Fridays)

Monday, June 24, 2013
Review last week's work on triangle types, angle relationships, and triangle angles.
HH Ch. 14 D: Polygons
If you were absent today, please read in the book and take notes. You should know the definition of a polygon, the names for polygons 3-10, the difference between a convex and non-convex polygon, and be able to recognize a regular polygon.
Homework: p.282-283 Exercise 14D #1-5

Tuesday, June 25, 2013
6 special types of Quadrilaterals.
Quadrilateral Investigation
Homework:
*To get full credit, you must draw the figure for each problem and show your work if needed.
Exercise 14E #1, 2

Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Review: types and properties of quadrilaterals
14F: Angles in a Quadrilateral
Homework:
Exercise 14F #1
*To get full credit, you must write an equation for each shape and show your work.

Thursday, June 27, 2013
14G: Interior Angles of a Polygon
Homework: p. 289 Exercise 14G #1-3, 6-8

Hugo, Bea, and Mel: you will need to complete the Investigation on p.288 and then do Exercise 14G #1-8

(no class on Fridays)

Monday, July 1, 2013 Complete Review Set 14A #1-10 on p.292
The quiz tomorrow will be very similar to these review questions, so make sure you understand what to do, and check your answers in the back of the book. Ask any questions before the quiz tomorrow.
Homework:
Write subject portfolio for math, third trimester (algebra and solving equations, percents, geometry).

Tuesday, July 2, 2013
Final Math Quiz!
Work on Portfolio for math: Piece Reflection

Wednesday, July 3, 2013
Introduction to MC Escher and Tessellations
You may use these links to play around with geometric tessellations: Shapes that Tessellate Tessellation Creator
HW: complete math portfolio if needed

(no class on Thursday due to graduation)
(no class on Fridays)

Monday, July 8, 2013
MC Escher and Tessellations- Part 2: How to do it
Create translation tessellations.

Tuesday, July 9, 2013
Complete translation tessellations.
Start reflection tessellation.

Wednesday, July 10, 2013
Last class! FInish tessellations.
Share grades with students.

Miss Adrienne

## THIRD TRIMESTER

After-school MATH HELP on Thursdays, 3-4pm. All students are welcome!

Remember you can contact me at missadrienne@lapazschool.org. Keep in mind that I don’t read email after 8pm.

Haese and Harris Textbook: download it to your computer!Thursday, May 30, 2013Introduction to Geometry

2A Points and Lines

Homework: Finish Exercise 2A #1-9

(The textbook PDF to download is at the top of this page!)

(no math on Fridays, no school on Monday)

Tuesday, June 4, 2013Check 2A homework

Chapter 7 Test Corrections

(7th grade trip: Wednesday-Friday. Have fun!)

Bring your protractor on Monday, or you will have to use a little paper one!Monday, June 10, 20131. Read the textbook for Ch.2B and fill out the handout.

2. Talk with your group about how to represent each of the 6 angle types with your arms. Quiz each other by showing an angle with your arms and having your partner or group guess the type.

3. Complete the handout "Measuring Angles with a Protractor". Make sure you carefully follow the steps, check your answers on the front before you go to the back. Remember that a correct answer is within 2 degrees. So if I say the angle is 21°, these answers all count as correct: 19, 20, 21, 22, 23. If you are more than 2 degrees off, then your answer is incorrect.

4. Homework: Exercise 2B #1, 2, 3, 5

Also, memorize and be able to identify the 6 different angle types

Tuesday, June 11, 20131. Go over and make corrections on homework.

2. Read the textbook for Ch.2C.

3. Make a study sheet with examples, definitions, and drawings of the following concepts and vocabulary words:

angles at a point, angles on a line, supplementary angles, angles in a right angle, complementary angles, perpendicular

4. Include on your study sheet Examples 1, 2, and 3 (write/draw original question and show any work).

5. Homework: Exercise 2C #1-5, For #6 (c, e, g, i) #7 (a, c) and #8 (a, c, e) look at the example below on how you should show your work. (Write an equation and solve with algebra!)

Wednesday, June 12, 20131. Go over and make corrections on homework.

2. Complete Handout: "7 math HH Ch.2E: Angle Pairs"

3. Read example 7

4. Classwork: Exercise 2E #1-7

5. Homework: Finish any work from today. Study notes so that you are able to identify these angle pairs: vertically opposite, corresponding, alternate, and co-interior.

Thursday, June 13, 2013Miss Adrienne is back.

Review main concepts and vocab from this week.

HH Ch. 2 F: Parallel Lines

Homework: p.51-52 Exercise 2F #1 and #2. Sketch each drawing and then find the missing variables- make sure to find them in alphabetical order. (For example, you'll need to find a before you can find b)

(no math on Fridays)

Monday, June 17, 2013Review angle pairs and parallelism

Make study sheet for quiz tomorrow. It will cover Chapter 2 Sections A, B, C, E, F

Homework: p.53-55 # 1-6, 8-10

*Check your answers in the back of the book. Come to class tomorrow with questions about any problems you did not understand

Tuesday, June 18, 2013Check homework and go over any questions before the quiz.

Chapter 2 Quiz

After quiz:

Read HH Ch. 14 A. Take notes on important vocabulary and ideas.

Complete p.275 Exercise 14A #1-3

Wednesday, June 19, 2013HH Ch. 14 B: Angles in a Triangle

Homework: complete p. 277-278 Exercise 14B #1-5. You must show your work in order to get credit.

Thursday, June 20, 2013HH Ch. 14 C: Angles in Isosceles and Equilateral Triangles

Homework: Complete p. 280-281 Exercise 14C #1 e-l and #2.

(no math class on Fridays)

Monday, June 24, 2013Review last week's work on triangle types, angle relationships, and triangle angles.

HH Ch. 14 D: Polygons

If you were absent today, please read in the book and take notes. You should know the definition of a polygon, the names for polygons 3-10, the difference between a convex and non-convex polygon, and be able to recognize a regular polygon.

Homework: p.282-283 Exercise 14D #1-5

Tuesday, June 25, 20136 special types of Quadrilaterals.

Quadrilateral Investigation

Homework:

*To get full credit, you must draw the figure for each problem and show your work if needed.

Exercise 14E #1, 2

Wednesday, June 26, 2013Review: types and properties of quadrilaterals

14F: Angles in a Quadrilateral

Homework:

Exercise 14F #1

*To get full credit, you must write an equation for each shape and show your work.

Thursday, June 27, 201314G: Interior Angles of a Polygon

Homework: p. 289 Exercise 14G #1-3, 6-8

Hugo, Bea, and Mel: you will need to complete the Investigation on p.288 and then do Exercise 14G #1-8

(no class on Fridays)

Monday, July 1, 2013Complete Review Set 14A #1-10 on p.292

The quiz tomorrow will be very similar to these review questions, so make sure you understand what to do, and check your answers in the back of the book. Ask any questions before the quiz tomorrow.

Homework:

Write subject portfolio for math, third trimester (algebra and solving equations, percents, geometry).

Tuesday, July 2, 2013Final Math Quiz!

Work on Portfolio for math: Piece Reflection

Wednesday, July 3, 2013Introduction to MC Escher and Tessellations

You may use these links to play around with geometric tessellations:

Shapes that Tessellate

Tessellation Creator

HW: complete math portfolio if needed

(no class on Thursday due to graduation)

(no class on Fridays)

Monday, July 8, 2013MC Escher and Tessellations- Part 2: How to do it

Create translation tessellations.

Tuesday, July 9, 2013Complete translation tessellations.

Start reflection tessellation.

Wednesday, July 10, 2013Last class! FInish tessellations.

Share grades with students.