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- Integrating technology tools into everyday math instruction; and
- Developing, implementing and revising units of study.
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Math Location: IAKSS | Please share with all math teachers including sped and EL. • Students will use the paper copies attached to complete the work before they log on and complete the assessment online. • The paper form of the common online assessment will allow teachers to “see” the student work and still enable the answers to post to the platform. • The paper copies will also enable PLC’s to analyze for common errors or misconceptions or gather examples of exemplary work. Yes, calculators used for all assessments. Attachments ---------------- SNIPS Gr 7 Topic 8 Online Assessment question print.docx (74KB - 919 downloads) | ||

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Math Location: SBIS Crawford | here is a link to a website to use when teaching cross sections: https://www.geogebra.org/m/M5dZnUeH | ||

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Math Location: IAKSS | Use with 8-5 and 8-6 Use on Pi Day (March 14) Thanks to Jill Ferguson, Beaumont, for creating this ER question called, "Many Measures." Two-Dimensional Geometry: Circles, Irregular Polygons, Measurement - Estimate and find circle measurements in standard units (radius, diameter, circumference, area) and relationships among them. - Develop and use the formulas for area of a triangle, a parallelogram and a trapezoid and relate each to the formula for the area of a rectangle Students will determine the area and perimeter of triangles, and quadrilaterals (rectangles, squares, trapezoids) (grade 6) and the area and circumference of circles (grade 7). Perimeters of polygons is mastered in grade 3 and revisited in grade 6. Attachments ---------------- CA7 Many Measures (area and perimeter).doc 2020 standards.pdf (50KB - 141 downloads) | ||

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Math Location: SBIS Crawford | deriving area formulas Attachments ---------------- Deriving Area Formulas.pdf (169KB - 128 downloads) | ||

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Math Location: IAKSS | Pi Day Activity from Jennifer Laytham, Beaumont. She found with NCTM and allows the students bring in "round" food (cookies, pies, donuts, Moon Pies, ….. This is a link to a video that she highly recommends, too. Thank you! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YokKp3pwVFc Attachments ---------------- ApplePi-AS-Record.pdf Pi Day NCTM.pdf (46KB - 151 downloads) | ||

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Math Location: SBIS Crawford | Types of angles card sort Attachments ---------------- angle card sort.pdf (226KB - 189 downloads) | ||

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Math Location: IAKSS | The famous Anthony Davis basketball poster is this inspiration for this task. Can be used on Pi Day. Would always be used for a lesson with Circumference. Attachments ---------------- basketball bellringer - Anthony Davis- Circumference.docx can also use on Pi Day.docx (264KB - 163 downloads) | ||

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Math Location: SBIS Crawford | Here is a link to a master slide set of the previously posted angle sort. https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1CYjBv3x5RtSra_7VNiOrRIl8_5GajD8x5zVLf5e93rk/edit?usp=sharing | ||

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