Weekly Objectives -August

I can describe situations where opposite quantities make zero.

I can use a number line to show vector addition.

I can find the distance between 2 numbers by using a number line or a equation.

I can identify additive and multiplicative inverses, in order to solve simple equations.

I can fluently use all operations to solve rational number sentences/expressions/equations.

I can rewrite an expression/equation to show equivalency.

I can convert a rational number to a decimal using long division.

I can tell whether a decimal terminates or repeats.

I can solve real-world and mathematical problems involving the four operations with rational numbers.

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

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

Mid-unit assessment - the third week of August

Unit assessment - the first week of September

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

Upcoming Activities - Our first STAR assessment is during the week of September 10-14. August 29-31 Well Child will be in the building conducting state mandated screenings.

I can describe situations where opposite quantities make zero.

I can use a number line to show vector addition.

I can find the distance between 2 numbers by using a number line or a equation.

I can identify additive and multiplicative inverses, in order to solve simple equations.

I can fluently use all operations to solve rational number sentences/expressions/equations.

I can rewrite an expression/equation to show equivalency.

I can convert a rational number to a decimal using long division.

I can tell whether a decimal terminates or repeats.

I can solve real-world and mathematical problems involving the four operations with rational numbers.

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

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

Mid-unit assessment - the third week of August

Unit assessment - the first week of September

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.**

Problem set for each lesson is tentative homework. Homework could be review material from prior skills learned.

Your child should have homework nightly, sometimes it will only be review.Problem set for each lesson is tentative homework. Homework could be review material from prior skills learned.

Your child should have homework nightly, sometimes it will only be review.

Upcoming Activities - Our first STAR assessment is during the week of September 10-14. August 29-31 Well Child will be in the building conducting state mandated screenings.