by Amy Powers on April 24th, 2012
Parents and Students,
The end of the semester is almost here! As we prepare for the EOCT (which counts for 20% of your grade), I want to remind you of a couple of things:
- Check out the Class Handouts page to review all the notes we’ve taken from the semester
- Check out the Math 1 Units page to look over all the topics you’ve learned this semester
- Do the practice questions in the EOCT Study Guide located under Links (Blogroll)
- Take practice tests on USA Test Prep
- Watch math videos (located under Links) to review concepts you’re weak on
- Ask me any questions you have so that you can succeed on the Math 1 EOCT!
Parents, please encourage your child to study a little bit every night. The EOCT is May 7th and 8th.
I have had an amazing semester with all of you! You guys are awesome and I know you’ll do great on the EOCT! 🙂
by Amy Powers on March 14th, 2012
This week we are learning the properties of Quadrilaterals. On the Class Handouts page, I have posted pictures of the flash cards that were made in class along with a properties chart.
Parents, please make sure your child is studying these properties EVERY NIGHT!
Our test over this section will be next Tuesday, March 20th. We will have a quiz over the definitions on Friday, March 16th.
If your child is struggling, I have a Math 1 ELT group that they can come to (ELT is the 30 minutes before 4th block).
Looking forward to good grades on Tuesday! 🙂
by Amy Powers on February 28th, 2012
Monday: Congruent Triangles (solving equations, SSS, SAS)
Tuesday: Congruent Triangles (ASA, AAS, HL)
Wednesday: Review congruent triangles, Quiz
Thursday: Centers of Triangles; create a foldable on special segments
Friday: Centers of Triangles; create a foldable on triangle centers
***Midterms are Wednesday, March 7th and Thursday, March 8th***
Students will be given a midterm review on Wednesday, Feb. 29th
by Amy Powers on February 22nd, 2012
Our first geometry test is tomorrow! Check the class handout page to see the answers to your review sheet.
Make sure you study your VOCABULARY!
Also study the Math 1 Geometry Word Problems and the Challenge Triangle Problems
And as always, study your quiz from this unit!
Good luck! 🙂
by Amy Powers on February 14th, 2012
I found a new math video website that you may find helpful:
I’ve included it under the Blogroll to the right.
by Amy Powers on February 10th, 2012
Monday: Interior and Exterior angles of a polygon
Tuesday: Practice with angles, new vocabulary, triangles, and polygons
Wednesday: Quiz over Polygons, Lines, and Angles; Angles and Sides of a Triangle
Thursday: Conditional Statements; Make a foldable
by Amy Powers on January 27th, 2012
Monday: Application of Polynomials; Notes on Simplifying, Adding, and Subtracting Radicals
Tuesday: Notes on Multiplying and Dividing Radicals
Wednesday: Unit 2 Quiz #2: Radicals; Solving Equations with Square Roots
Thursday: Review for Test
Friday: Unit 2 Test #2: Radicals
by Amy Powers on January 24th, 2012
For this test, you need to understand:
- How to add, subtract, and multiply polynomials (Practice Sheet from last Friday)
- How to solve perimeter, area, and volume problems (Campground Task, Polynomials Activity, Neighborhood Problem)
- How to use Pascal’s Triangle (Wednesday’s Homework)
- How to divide polynomials by a monomial (Thursday’s Homework)
- The Unit 2 Test #1 Review Sheet (answer key is on the class handouts page)
by Amy Powers on January 24th, 2012
Monday: Campground Task; Practice multiplying polynomials; area and perimeter problems
Tuesday: Practice adding, subtracting, and multiplying polynomials; Volume problems
Wednesday: Unit 2 Quiz #1: +,-,x Polynomials; Pascal’s Triangle; Finish Campground Task
Thursday: Dividing Polynomials; Application of Polynomials Activity
Friday: Unit 2 Test #1: Polynomials
by Amy Powers on January 18th, 2012
Tuesday: Sequences and Graphs in Context
Wednesday: Unit 1 Review
Thursday: Unit 1 Test; Combining like terms review
*Be sure to check the Answer Key for the Unit 1 Review on the Class Handouts page!
Friday: Polynomial Campground Task; Notes on Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying Polynomials