Students reviewed the rules of parallel lines and transversals and practiced finding missing angle measures by working through unit 3.4 and ACE numbers 17-22 due Tuesday (Wednesday for period 6)

Quiz 2: Wednesday for Periods 2,5 and Thursday for Period 6.

Mathxl 3 due Wednesday at 8 am.

Students continued practice with linear inequalities by working units 4.3 and 4.4 in the text, due Tuesday.

Quiz Thursday. Mathxl 3 and 4 due Thursday 8 am.

Students worked on “rules” for building quadrilaterals in unit 3.3 of the Shapes textbook. Due next class: unit 3.3 and ACE, numbers 8-16.

Quiz 2 Wednesday, 6/1 (Period 2) or Thursday (Period 6). Mathxl unit 3 due Wednesday at 8 AM also.

Students explored systems of linear inequalities. Due Friday: Worksheet 7.6 and ACE from Chapter 3 (starting on page 54), numbers 2-11.

Mathxl 3 due before the quiz on 6/1.

Students worked on “rules” for building quadrilaterals in unit 3.3 of the Shapes textbook. Due next class: unit 3.3 and ACE, numbers 8-16.

Quiz 2 Wednesday, 6/1. Mathxl unit 3 due Wednesday at 8 AM also.

Students continued their exploration of triangle rules in unit 3.2, pages 64-65 A-C only.

I also re-introduced rotational and reflectional symmetry. Students put notes in their notebooks and then practiced by working unit 3.5, page 73 only A1 and A2. Work is due next class.

Quiz 2 on Wednesday 5/31 for periods 2,5 and on Thursday for Period 6.

Mathxl 3 due before quiz.

Students worked in their textbook, units 3.2 and 3.3 due Thursday.

Upcoming dates: Quiz 2 Thursday, 6/1 and Unit test 6/8; Mathxl units 3 and 4 due before the quiz on 6/1

MAP testing Monday 6/5

- I can solve for a system of equations using elimination, substitution and/or graphing.
- I can solve and graph a system of inequalities.
- I can solve a problem situation using systems of equations and systems of inequalities.
- I can identify parallel and perpendicular lines and the relationships between their equations.
- I can use parallel and perpendicular lines to solve for a problem situation.

- I can use supplementary, complementary angles and the sum of interior angles to solve for missing angle measures.
- I can use the relationship between angles in parallel lines and transversals to solve for missing angle measures.
- I can identify and solve for values of vertical angles.
- I can identify the rules for drawing triangles and identify what will create one and only one triangle, no triangle, or many different triangles.
- I can identify the rules necessary to draw quadrilaterals and parallelograms and the relationships of the angles within the polygons.
- I can identify rotational symmetry (and the number of degrees) and reflectional (line) symmetries (and how many lines of symmetry)
- I can identify polygons that tile (tesselate) and those that don’t and why.
- I can identify regular polygons.

Students continued their exploration of triangle rules in unit 3.2, pages 64-65 A-C only.

I also re-introduced rotational and reflectional symmetry. Students put notes in their notebooks and then practiced by working unit 3.5, page 73 only A1 and A2. Work is due next class.

Quiz 2 on Wednesday 5/31 for periods 2,5 and on Thursday for Period 6.

Mathxl 3 due before quiz.