Weekly Objectives -August 14 to September 30

I can Compute unit rates associated with ratios of fractions in like or different units.

I can compute fractional by fractional quotients.

I can apply fractional ratios to describes rates.

I can determine that a proportion is a statement of equality between two ratios.

I can analyze two ratios to determine if they are proportional to one another with a variety of strategies.

I can define constant of proportionality as a unit rate.

I can analyze tables, graphs, equations, diagrams, and verbal descriptions of proportional relationships to identify the constant of proportionality.

I can represent proportional relationships by writing equations.

I can recognize what (0,0) represents on the graph of a proportional relationship.

I can recognize what (1,r) on a graph represents, where r is the unit rate.

I can explain what the points on a graph of a proportional relationship means in terms of a specific situation.

I can recognize situations in which percentage proportional relationships apply.

I can apply proportional reasoning to solve multistep ratio and percent problems e.g. simple interest, tax, markups, markdowns, gratuities, commissions, fees, percent increase and decrease, percent error, etc.

Test Dates - quiz dates subject to change based on student readiness

Quizzes will be announced the day before, unless it is a pop quiz.

Tentative Assignments Due - Show all necessary workout to receive full credit. Actual assigned problems may vary, based on student understanding.

Upcoming Activities -

I can Compute unit rates associated with ratios of fractions in like or different units.

I can compute fractional by fractional quotients.

I can apply fractional ratios to describes rates.

I can determine that a proportion is a statement of equality between two ratios.

I can analyze two ratios to determine if they are proportional to one another with a variety of strategies.

I can define constant of proportionality as a unit rate.

I can analyze tables, graphs, equations, diagrams, and verbal descriptions of proportional relationships to identify the constant of proportionality.

I can represent proportional relationships by writing equations.

I can recognize what (0,0) represents on the graph of a proportional relationship.

I can recognize what (1,r) on a graph represents, where r is the unit rate.

I can explain what the points on a graph of a proportional relationship means in terms of a specific situation.

I can recognize situations in which percentage proportional relationships apply.

I can apply proportional reasoning to solve multistep ratio and percent problems e.g. simple interest, tax, markups, markdowns, gratuities, commissions, fees, percent increase and decrease, percent error, etc.

Test Dates - quiz dates subject to change based on student readiness

Quizzes will be announced the day before, unless it is a pop quiz.

Tentative Assignments Due - Show all necessary workout to receive full credit. Actual assigned problems may vary, based on student understanding.

**All assignments are due by the start of class the following day to receive full credit. Fluency practice will continue on paper. Accelerated math assignments are available for all students.**

The only homework your child should have is classwork that is not completed. I do not like to assign homework when students are not ready to work independently on the skill.The only homework your child should have is classwork that is not completed. I do not like to assign homework when students are not ready to work independently on the skill.

Upcoming Activities -