*Week of Nov.19-23, 2018*

*Week of Nov.19-23, 2018*

*DATE*

*LESSON/ACTIVITY*

**STEM CHALLENGE**

*Mon. Nov.19, 2018*EXECUTION
*Tues.*

** Nov.20, 2018**
Diagnostic Readiness on Chapter 5 GRAPHING LINEAR EQUATIONS

*Wedn.*** Nov.21, 2018…** 115 more words

EXECUTION
*Tues.*

** Nov.20, 2018**
Diagnostic Readiness on Chapter 5 GRAPHING LINEAR EQUATIONS

** Nov.21, 2018…** 115 more words

L.5.1 Percent, Fractions, and Decimals

Online Tutor

http://www.phschool.com/webcodes10/index.cfm?wcprefix=ade&wcsuffix=0605&area=view

HW: P.5.1 GOOGLE CLASSROOM

** Tues.** 135 more words

** Nov.20, 2018**
PROJECT: I ATE MY THANKSGIVING MATH HOMEWORK
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I’m sure by now that everyone has hear of the Mathematical Practices, but how many of us truly understand what they mean? When introducing these practices to our students, it is important that we seek to understand them first. 13 more words

There were just enough mathematically-themed comic strips last week to make two editions for this coming week. All going well I’ll run the other half on either Wednesday or Thursday. 1,003 more words

I was intrigued and inspired by the Youtube video by Mathologer where he explained visually why the statement below is true. 63 more words

I used a visual/area model to introduce completing the square for the first time this year, and I’m kind of in love with it. I’ve touched on it in the past, but have mostly relied on an algebraic/factoring explanation — something along the lines of, “you know the two factors have to be the same to make a perfect square, so constant in the factored binomial has to be half the coefficient of the x-term” and then multiplied the binomials out to see what needed to be added. 278 more words