Weekly Objectives -August 14 - September 30

I can explain the properties of integer exponents to generate equivalent numerical expressions.

I can multiply exponents of the same base.

I can divide exponents of the same base.

I can expand an exponent by another exponent.

I can explain why a zero exponent produces a value of one.

I can explain how a number raided to an exponent of -1 is the reciprocal of that number.

I can evaluate square roots of small perfect squares.

I can evaluate cube roots of small perfect cubes.

I can understand that the square root of 2 is irrational.

I can define rational and irrational numbers.

I can show that the decimal expansion of rational numbers repeats eventually.

I can convert a decimal expansion which repeats eventually into a rational number.

I can show informally that every number has a decimal expansion.

I can approximate irrational numbers as rational numbers.

I can approximately locate irrational numbers on a number line.

I can compare the size of irrational numbers using rational approximations.

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 explain the properties of integer exponents to generate equivalent numerical expressions.

I can multiply exponents of the same base.

I can divide exponents of the same base.

I can expand an exponent by another exponent.

I can explain why a zero exponent produces a value of one.

I can explain how a number raided to an exponent of -1 is the reciprocal of that number.

I can evaluate square roots of small perfect squares.

I can evaluate cube roots of small perfect cubes.

I can understand that the square root of 2 is irrational.

I can define rational and irrational numbers.

I can show that the decimal expansion of rational numbers repeats eventually.

I can convert a decimal expansion which repeats eventually into a rational number.

I can show informally that every number has a decimal expansion.

I can approximate irrational numbers as rational numbers.

I can approximately locate irrational numbers on a number line.

I can compare the size of irrational numbers using rational approximations.

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 -