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Warm Up Higher Order Multiplication Skills. 10. Class Group Expectations. Collaborative Learning………. Personal Group Expectations.

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Warm UpHigher Order Multiplication Skills

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Class Group Expectations

Collaborative Learning………

Personal Group Expectations

  • Reflection:Write a minimum of a 5-6 sentence paragraph on how your group rules will help you be successful in class.____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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Investigationsand Mathematical Reflections

What have I learned? Why did we do this?


Warm UpHigher order Division Skills

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Investigation 1.1Collect the DataCollect information on left sideReflection:How would you organize the data collected today? Minimum of 1 paragraph_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________


Variables

What are some

examples?

What are some

nonexamples?

Definition

Sentence or Picture/Equation/Symbol

For all of the following vocabulary create a frayer model using the example above:

Variables

Coordinate Graph

Dependent Variable

Y-Axis

Independent Variable

X-axis, Scale

Coordinate Pair

Relationship


Investigation 1.2 Making Graphs

Is the relationship you found between the jumping jacks and the time easier to see in the table or graph? Explain

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Write reflection on the left side of notebook


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Investigation 1.3 Interpreting Graphs

1. Give the coordinate pair for the third point on your graph. (_____, ______)

2. Use a ruler to connect the point on your graph to help you determine intervals between points. Next use your line segments to estimate the distance traveled after ¾ of an hour (0.75 hours). Justify your answer. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Write reflection on left side


9/10 Warm-Up - Fractions

1. 3/4 + 4/5 2. 11/8 - 6/7

3. 22/3 + 13/4

Explain in complete

sentences how to solve this problem

  • Right Side...now try these...

  • 4. 31/4 + 45/7 5. 12/3 + 7/8

    • 6. 12/3 - 7/8

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Answer Questions on the Left Side….in complete sentences

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9/11 Warm-Up - Fractions

1. 42/5 + 11/9 2. 21/2 - 32/5

3. 3/8 • 4/5

Explain in complete

sentences how to solve this problem

Right Side...now try these...

4. 2/9 • 3/12 5. 1/6 • 3/8

6. 11/2 • 32/5 7. 3/8 • 2

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Investigation 1.5a Finding Average Speed

Make a table to reasonably represent the information from their journal. They traveled 80 miles in 7.5 hours. Suppose they traveled at a constant speed for the entire trip, is this the same as their average speed?

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Investigation 1.5b Finding Constant Speed

Make a table to represent a rider that completed the entire trip at the average speed represented in the previous investigation? Describe the similarities and differences represented in the graph / table.

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9/12 Warm-Up - Fractions

1. 2/3 • 6/7 2. 3/8 • 8/9

3. 3/8 ÷ 4/5

Explain in complete

sentences how to solve this problem

Right Side...now try these...

4. 11/8 ÷ 6/7 5. 2/5 ÷ 4/9

6. 3/8 ÷ 2 7. 11/2 ÷ 32/5

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Investigation 2.1 Analyzing Tables and Graphs

Which bike shop should ocean tour use? Explain

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9/13 Warm-Up - Fractions

1. 2/3 • 1/4 2. 4/5 - 2/6

3. 22/3 ÷ 1/8 4. 5/9 + 13/8

Assessment tomorrow

5. 4/8 - 6/7 6. 33/7 ÷ 4/9

7. 11/3 + 4/5 + 3/4 8. 2/3 • 41/2 •5/8

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Investigation 2.2 Making and Analyzing Graphs

When constructing this graph, how did you determine which variable would be the x and y axis? Explain. _______________________________________________________

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Investigation 2.2b Making and Analyzing Graphs

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9/14 Mini-Assessment - Fractions

6/10• 3/8 2. 22/3 + 4 1/6

3. 4/6 ÷ 2/15 4. 31/4 • 43/5

bonus #5 51/8 ÷ 2


Investigation 2.3 Interpreting Graphs

Team work: Each member is responsible for explaining one of the following:

Claimer– Announce the team decisions for each match.

Defender – Have at least 3 reasons and use the diagram to confirm.

Prover– Describe which words matched numerical patterns and trends.

Explainer– Explain how you decided which graph matched each scenario.


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