## Algebra Periods 2, 6 Thursday

Students continued practice with rectangular prisms and explored the impact of SCALE FACTOR on surface AREA and on VOLUME. Unit 1.4 due Friday.

Mathxl unit 1 due Thursday 12/8.

Quiz 1 on Friday 12/9.

Students continued practice with rectangular prisms and explored the impact of SCALE FACTOR on surface AREA and on VOLUME. Unit 1.4 due Friday.

Mathxl unit 1 due Thursday 12/8.

Quiz 1 on Friday 12/9.

Students continued practice with rectangular prisms and explored the impact of SCALE FACTOR on surface AREA and on VOLUME. Unit 1.4 due Friday.

Mathxl unit 1 due Thursday 12/8.

Quiz 1 on Thursday 12/8.

We took notes on Scientific Notation and reviewed negative and 0 exponents. Students practiced these concepts by working problems on sheets 8.3 and 8.4, due next class.

TWMM mathxl unit 1 due Friday, December 9. Quiz 1 December 9.

Students continued practice of nets and surface area by completing units 1.2 and 1.3 of Filling and Wrapping. Students discover that, for any given volume, the least surface area will always be the box with dimensions closest to a cube. Mathxl unit 1 due Thursday, 12/8 at 8 am

Students are working in the textbook Filling and Wrapping now. They have started notes in their notebooks about surface area (including drawing and labeling nets) and volume of rectangular prisms. We explored unit 1.1 (skip number D3) from the text and then worked ACE problems 2, 3, due next class.

Students are working in the textbook Filling and Wrapping now. They have started notes in their notebooks about surface area (including drawing and labeling nets) and volume of rectangular prisms. We explored unit 1.1 (skip number D3) from the text and then worked ACE problems 2, 3, due next class.

We put more notes in our notebooks around operations with exponents, 0 exponents and negative exponents. Students practiced by completing worksheets 8.1 and 8.2 in class, due Wednesday.

Test revisions should be completed as soon as possible, including revisions for mastery work.

- I can simplify expressions with exponents (multiplying, dividing, “power to a power”)
- I can write standard form numbers in Scientific Notation.
- I can write a Scientific Notation number in standard form.
- I can perform operations with numbers in scientific notation.
- I can recognize an exponential, linear, and inverse function from a graph, table and equation.
- I can recognize exponential growth in a real-life situation and write the equation, recognizing the y-intercept, the initial amount and the base.
- I can recognize growth factor and know how to use it in an equation.

- I can draw the net and find the Surface Area (SA) of a rectangular prism and a triangular prism and use the correct units.
- I can calculate the volume of a rectangular prism and a triangular prism and use the correct units.
- Given a specific volume, I can find the box with the greatest and the least SA, and justify my answer.
- Given an original shape and scale factor to a new shape, I can calculate the new SA and Volume, and justify my answer.

Block 1: Quiz

Block 2: Revision/study day

Block 3: Test

Friday: pick up new textbooks (Filling and Wrapping, Periods 2, 5, 6 AND Growing, Growing, Growing for Accel) and a brief beginning study of the material.