**Mini-Test on Friday (12/4)**

**In-Class:**

Number Talk

Menu (Due Thursday)

- math tasks

- science tasks

**Homework:**

#44

Pg. 70

Problems 8-25

Number Talk

Menu (Due Thursday)

- math tasks

- science tasks

#44

Pg. 70

Problems 8-25

Number Talk

Science Quiz

Dealing Down

No homework. Enjoy the long weekend.

Number Talk

Accentuate the Negative

- Problem 4.3

Asteroids: Deadly Impact

#43

pg. 70

problems 6 and 7

Number Talk

Accentuate the Negative

- Problem 4.2

Asteroids: Deadly Impact

#42

Pg. 69

Problems 3 and 4

Number Talk

Quiz

Assignment Check

Accentuate the Negative

- Problem 4.1

EXTINCT

#41

pg. 69

problems 1 and 2

Number Talk

Accentuate the Negative

- Problem 3.4

Crater Discussion and Modeling

#40

Pg. 52

Problem 18

Number Talk

Accentuate the Negative

- Problem 3.3

Crater Frequency

PM Only

Crater Focus Questions

Size of Asteroids

#39

Pg. 52

Problems 8 and 9

Number Talk

Accentuate the Negative

- Problem 3.2

Finish "Claims-Evidence-Reasoning"

AM Only

Crater Focus Questions

Size of Asteroids

PM Only

Game- EXTINCT

#38

Pg. 51

Problems 4 and 5

Start of 2nd Quarter

Math Quiz on Friday (Operations with Integers)

**In-Class:**

New Quarter Changes

- Homework Record

Number Talk

Accentuate the Negative

- Problem 3.1

Patterns in Multiplying Integers

CER for article "The Impact that Ended the Reign of Dinosaurs" - Due Tuesday (11/17)

PM Only

Robotics Presentation

**Homework:**

#37

Pg. 50

Problem 1

Math Quiz on Friday (Operations with Integers)

New Quarter Changes

- Homework Record

Number Talk

Accentuate the Negative

- Problem 3.1

Patterns in Multiplying Integers

CER for article "The Impact that Ended the Reign of Dinosaurs" - Due Tuesday (11/17)

PM Only

Robotics Presentation

#37

Pg. 50

Problem 1

Number Talk

Strategic Thinking - Game Theory

- NIM

- Tetra Puzzle

No homework.

AM

Number Talk

Crater Lab and Write-Up

PM

Number Talk

Lab Write-Up

Problem 2.4 and 2.5

Finish Lab Report (Due Monday)

AM

Review Homework

Number Talk

Problem 2.4

PM

Review Homework

Number Talk

Crater Lab

#36

Pg. 35

Problems 15 and 16

Problem 2.3

Begin Crater Lab Write-Up

- title

- purpose

- hypothesis

- materials

- procedure

#35

Pg. 33

Problems 7, 8, and 10

Number Talk

Problem 2.2

Crater Simulation and Notes

Review of lab procedure

#34

Pg. 33, problem 6

Pg. 39, problem 39

Number Talk

Pre-test and goal setting on negative numbers

Accentuate the Negative Problem 2.1

Writing procedures for a task

Writing procedures for a lab

#33

Pg. 32

Problems 1, 2, and 3

We will be writing a summary of each book we read over the course of the year.

Summaries need to include at least three thoughts (paragraphs).

1. What was the book about?

- This typically should be the largest section of the paper

2. Did the book live up to its:

- Cover

- Table of Contents

- Pictures/Graphs

- Or any other reason you choose the book

3. Would you recommend this book to a classmate? Why?

Summaries should be typed and be between ½ and 1 page long, single spaced. If you choose to double space your paper, it should be between 1 and 2 pages.

I've been getting a lot of questions in class about formatting. In response, you must use your best judgement. In the professional world, no one will tell you what size or type of font to use, you must make a judgement call. So, you may use whatever font you like, as long as it is a professional looking academic font (no comic sans, cursive fonts, decorative fonts, or symbolic fonts). Samples are below.

Teacher Collaboration Day - Early Release

**In-Class:**

PM Only:

Poster Problem

**Homework:**

AM Only - Finish Poster

PM Only:

Poster Problem

AM Only - Finish Poster

Math and Science Quiz (15 min each)

Planning a lab

Work time for book summaries

Finish book summary

Finish lab planning questions

Number Talk

Proportional Relationships Practice

Constant of Proportionality Notes

Review CER for article “Earth’s moon”

Craters Article

#32

Worksheet - Record Sales

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