Ms. Lupinetti

I am now accepting make-up work or retakes on assignments for grades that are already in the gradebook. PACING GUIDES:

## Weekly Learning Objectives

Here's what we are learning the week of 3/16/20:

Math 7:

I can determine the slope, m, as rate of change in a proportional relationship between two quantities given a table of values or a verbal description,

I can write an equation in the form y = mx.

I can graph a line representing a proportional relationship, between two quantities given an ordered pair on the line and the slope, m, as rate of change.

I can graph a line representing a proportional relationship between two quantities given the equation of the line in the form y = mx, where m represents the slope as rate of change.

I can determine the y-intercept, b, in an additive relationship.

I can write an equation in the form y = x + b, b does not equal 0.

I can graph a line representing an additive relationship (y = x + b, b does not equal 0) between two quantities, given an ordered pair on the line and the y-intercept (b).

I can graph a line representing an additive relationship between two quantities, given the equation in the form y = x + b, b does not 0.

I can make connections between and among representations of a proportional or additive relationship between two quantities using verbal descriptions, tables, equations, and graphs.

Math 8:

I can represent and solve multistep linear equations in one variable with the variable on one or both sides of the equation (up to four steps) using a variety of concrete materials and pictorial representations.

I can apply properties of real numbers and properties of equality to solve multistep linear equations in one variable (up to four steps).

I can write verbal expressions and sentences as algebraic expressions and equations.

I can write algebraic expressions and equations as verbal expressions and sentences.

I can solve practical problems that require the solution of a multistep linear equation.

I can confirm algebraic solutions to linear equations in one variable.

Here's what we are learning the week of 3/23/20:

Math 7:

I can compare and contrast properties of the following quadrilaterals: parallelogram, rectangle, square, rhombus, and trapezoid.

I can sort and classify quadrilaterals, as parallelograms, rectangles, trapezoids, rhombi, and/or squares based on their properties.

I can, given a diagram, determine an unknown angle measure in a quadrilateral, using properties of quadrilaterals.

I can given a diagram determine an unknown side length in a quadrilateral using properties of quadrilaterals.

Math 8:

I can apply properties of real numbers and properties of inequality to solve multistep linear inequalities (up to four steps) in one variable with the variable on one or both sides of the inequality.

I can graph solutions to multistep linear inequalities on a number line.

I can write verbal expressions and sentences as algebraic expressions and inequalities.

I can write algebraic expressions and inequalities as verbal expressions and sentences.

I can solve practical problems that require the solution of a multistep linear inequality in one variable.

I can identify a numerical value(s) that is part of the solution set of a given inequality.

## Daily Schedule

 7:47 - 8:47 Period 1 8:49 - 9:49 Period 2 9:51 - 11:21 Period 3 10:10 - 10:35 A Lunch 10:37 - 11:02 B Lunch 11:23 - 12:23 Period 4 12:25 - 1:25 Period 5 1:27 - 2:27 Period 6