May 1 – Tuesday: Review Number System & Decimals – HW due Thursday May 3

May 2 – Wednesday: Review Fractions

May 3 – Thursday: Review Integers – HW due Monday May 7

May 4 – Friday: Review Equations – HW due Tuesday May 8

May 7 – Monday: Review Proportions

May 8 – Tuesday: Review Triangles – HW due Thursday May 10

May 9 – Wednesday: Review Area & Volume

May 10 – Thursday: Review Percents, Fractions, Decimals & Graphing points

May 11 – Friday: Review Reference Materials and Test taking strategies

**Math STAAR is Monday May 14th & Reading STAAR is Tuesday May 15th**

Tuesday: Finish Benchmark/Review Benchmark

Wednesday: Review Benchmark

Thursday: Review Benchmark

Friday: Review Benchmark

]]>Tuesday: Review & Appropriate Display – 1/2 of Review due by tomorrow

Wednesday: Review

Thursday: Chapter 10 Test – Review due

Friday: Benchmark Corrections

]]>Tuesday: Median & Mode – HW

Wednesday: Camp Gilmont

Thursday: Range & Outliers (Go over Project) – HW

Friday: Project Due & watch video over Histograms (WWII)

]]>Displaying 3 different types of graphs: **Dot Plots, Histograms, and Stem-and-Leaf Plots. **

You can only use each type of graph once in one of the 3 ways listed below.

1. Look up an already existing graph of one of the previously mentioned types. Write at least 2 complete sentences describing the information found in your graph and what your graph represents.

2. Use statistics found online such as sports statistics to create one of the previously mentioned types of graphs. You must have at least **10 data points **in your graph. There are a few websites you might want to look at listed below. *WARNING! DO NOT spend your entire time on this section!*

*Note – If you’re looking for a specific team or college the best way to find stats for them is to go straight to their specific sports website.

◊ NBA stats – scroll down to the player or team statistics section to get the best information

◊ NFL stats – scroll down to the player or team statistics section to get the best information

◊ NHL stats

3. Create your own graph based on a survey question you ask at least 15 other people. You must show proof of the people’s responses such as with sheets of paper or an online survey. You also must use a frequency table to help you collect your data. Make sure to label your graph to appropriately present your information.

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Tuesday: Dot Plots, Stem-and-Leaf Plots, & Frequency Tables – HW

Wednesday: Box Plots – HW

Thursday: Histograms & Percent Bar Graphs – HW

Friday: Graphs Quiz

]]>Tuesday: Review Area & Volume with Scavenger Hunt Activity & Review and #5 & #6 HW page passed out today

Wednesday: Review – Half of Review must be finished before class starts today

Thursday: Area & Volume Test – Review and #5 & #6 HW due today

Friday: No School

]]>Tuesday: Area of Parallelograms & Polygons – HW

Wednesday: Introduce Blue Print Project (Due Thursday, 29th) & Area of Triangles – HW

Thursday – Area of Trapezoids – HW

Friday: Volume of Rectangular Prisms – HW

]]>Tuesday: Triangle Inequality Theorem – HW

Wednesday: Review

Thursday: Review

Friday: Triangles & Angles Test – All of Review due Today

Next week: SPRING BREAK

]]>Tuesday: Geometry Vocabulary (Due Friday)

Wednesday: Geometry Vocabulary & Review new concepts (1/2 day)

Thursday: Classifying Triangles & Triangle Properties – HW

Friday: QUIZ

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