**Materials Grading Policy**

Binder Tests- 20%

Package of Loose leaf Quizzes- 25%

Index cards Homework- 20%

Two Folders Portfolio- 10%

Pencils Classwork/Participation- 25%

Pencil Pouch

Late homework is no longer accepted as of 11/3/2014

Not having a pencil for class results in 1 participation point off

Each day a student is late with no valid excuse, they lose 1 participation point

**Links/Resources:**

http://www.math-play.com/7th-grade-math-games.html

http://eduplace.com/math/hmm/

Great site for you to work on your math skills with your parents!

Homework

5/24/2015

703 Pages 14-20 in Red Workbooks

704 Pages 53-67 in Red Workbooks

5/23/2015

703

Pages 75-84 in Red Workbook

704

Pages 14-20 in Red Workbook

704

Pages 75-84 in Red Workbook

5/4/2015

703 and 704 finish 2-6 on page 326

704- finish word problem copied during class

4/27/2015

Create your own word problem

Additional problems are extra credit

4/24/15

Finish probability pages in iReady textbook

4/1/15

704

Page 42 Questions 1,2,4,5,6

Learning Farm, probability 703 and 704

3/31/15 703

Page 42 Questions 1,2,4,5,6

3/17/15

Finish take home quiz

3/4/2015

In our NYS CC text books, pages 4 and 5. Pages 2 and 3 should be able to help you with this!

If you lose these text books, you will not get another one.

3/2/2015

Kaylah is hosting a 3-on-3 tournament. It costs $40.00 to rent the gym and $5.00 per person. If she has $300.00 to cover the costs of the players until they pay her back. What is the highest amount of players that she can pay for?

2/13/2015

Packet of 5 math sheets, three are required, if more are done, extra credit will be given.

1/26/2015

Portfolio Questions (Not Required) Additional worksheet

1/20/2015

Math Questions copied down during class

1/16/15-1/30/15

Complete all your missing work in these next two weeks.

Extra Credit will be given when students ask. Pages from Math textbook

1/14/15

Create your own function table, state the relationship.

1/12/15

Finish Math Worksheet - 704

1/9/15

Math worksheet double sided

12/16/2014

Percentage Questions

12/15/2014

Greater than, less than, questions

12/8/2014

Create a math sheet for the unit. Scale Factor, Perimeter/Area, Ratio/Proportions,

12/4/2014

Are these proportional? 3 to 2 and 5 to 4, 7 to 5 and 21 to 5, 1 to 2 and 3.5 to 6, 8 to 4 and 12 to 8, 1.5 to 0.5 and 6 to 2,

2 to 3 and 4 to 6.

12/2/2014

Math Homework copied down during class.

11/26/2014

Take home test due Monday!

11/24/2014

Math worksheet on area and perimeter

11/19/2014

Math Worksheet. It's for your portfolio!!

11/3/2014

Page 37 question 2a-d

Copied down during the last 15 minutes of classtime

10/22/14

Create a review sheet based on everything we've learned in Accentuate the Negative.

Use rules of adding, subtracting, dividing, multiplying negative numbers, other important rules, Important words, Examples, etc. USE YOUR NOTES!

10/17/14

704 Take home test

Distributive property

5x(3+6), 8x(2+3), 9x(8+4), 10x(3+2)

-5x-3, 5x-3, -5x3, 3x5 -15/3, -15/-3, 15/-3, 15/3

(3x^2y^4)^3, (2x^4y^8)^2

Write down order of operations then solve, 3/(2+2)x5^2, 8x(6/2)-8^2+3^4+3^5

10/16/14

Rules of multiplying/dividing fractions

10/15/14

Adding/subtracting Integer worksheet

10/14/14

704-

Ab Ac Ad

703-

Math Worksheet

10/10/14

Math worksheet

10/9/2014

703 and 704

8+5=8-____

Find the absolute value of -28, 5,3,4,-856, Write three word problems for -23+2-3=? Use this answer in your problems!

10/6/2014

703

-5 1/4 + -3

-5 1/5+ -3 3/5

-5 1/3+ -3 2/3

-8.35+5

-8.55+5.3

-8.65+5.25

4. Does your algorithm for adding integers from Question A work with fractions and decimals? Explain.

704

D. Decide whether or not the expressions are equal:

-4+6 and 6+-4

2 2/3 + -5 7/8 and -5 7/8+ 2 2/3

-7 2/3 + -1 1/6 and -1 1/6 + -7 2/3

Explain why addition is commutative. Give examples using number lines or chip boards.

E. Find the sums in group 3

What do the examples in group 3 have in common?

Write three new problems that belong to group 3.

Group 3: -5 + 5, 9.4+-9.4, 2 1/4+ -2 1/4

Write a story to match each number sentence. 50+-50=?, -15+?=25, -300+250=?

G. Use properties of addition to find each value: 17+-17+-43, 47++62+-47

2. Luciana claims if you add numbers with the same sign, the sum is always greater than each of the addends. Is she correct? Explain.

10/3/2014

703 and 704

Worksheet

10/2/2014

This homework will be graded as a quiz grade. Use your resources wisely before you stress about how hard it looks. (Real attempts will be given credit)

-On Wednesday, the low temperature was -4. The halfway between the high and low temperature is 52. What is the high temperature?

-Low temp=-10, Halfway temp=33, What's the high temp?

-What is the sums of -5 and +12 using the chip model?

-High temp=136, Halfway temp= 4, What is the low temp?

-What is the low temp? High= 592, Halfway=411,

-What is the halfway temperature? High temp=44, Low temp=-5

-What is the additive inverse of the following: 5,10,1/4,-5/10?

-What is the sum of -8 and its additive inverse?

10/1/2014

Question copied from board, "On Friday, the low temperature was -3 degrees Celsius. The temperature halfway between the high and low is 20 degrees Celsius. What was the high temperature? Show all work!! :)

:)

9/24/2014

Worksheet on separate sheet of paper

9/23/2014

Create a list of 15 positive/negative questions that you can solve and solve them.

9/22/2014

Answer the 10 questions we answered in class

9/18/2014

Double sided worksheet

9/17/2014

Finish Kenji's Checkbook worksheet

9/16/2014

704 and 703

Create your own checkbook using the format of Kenji's checkbook. Use different information than Kenji's. Use number sentences, the terms: deposit, withdraw, writes a check and show the balances for each equation. Copying Kenji's sentences will result in a no homework.

9/15/2014

704&703

Worksheet, Comparing Integers. Complete whole sheet.

9/11/2014

Write the rules for adding/subtracting positive numbers 3x each.

Math-Drills Worksheet (Adding Positive and Negative Numbers

Blue card and Parent Welcome Letter filled out and returned.

Blue Card and Parent Welcome Letter filled out and returned.

Make a list of ten things you remember learning in Math last year (At least 10).

Make a list of ten things you remember learning in Math last year (at least 10).

Materials letter signed by Monday 9/8/14

Bring in materials by Monday 9/8/14

Parent Welcome letter read and signed by Monday 9/8/14

Blue card filled out and returned by Monday 9/8/14

Finish get to know you number project

Materials letter signed by Monday 9/8/14

Bring in materials by Monday 9/8/14

Parent Welcome letter read and signed by Monday 9/8/14

Blue card filled out and returned by Monday 9/8/14

Finish get to know you number project

Materials letter signed by Monday 9/8/14

Bring in materials by Monday 9/8/14

Parent Welcome letter read and signed by Monday 9/8/14

Blue card filled out and returned by Monday 9/8/14

Finish get to know you number project

Materials letter signed by Monday 9/8/14

Bring in materials by Monday 9/8/14

Parent Welcome letter read and signed by Monday 9/8/14

Blue card filled out and returned by Monday 9/8/14

Finish get to know you number project

5/24/2015

703 Pages 14-20 in Red Workbooks

704 Pages 53-67 in Red Workbooks

5/23/2015

703

Pages 75-84 in Red Workbook

704

Pages 14-20 in Red Workbook

704

Pages 75-84 in Red Workbook

5/4/2015

703 and 704 finish 2-6 on page 326

704- finish word problem copied during class

4/27/2015

Create your own word problem

Additional problems are extra credit

4/24/15

Finish probability pages in iReady textbook

4/1/15

704

Page 42 Questions 1,2,4,5,6

Learning Farm, probability 703 and 704

3/31/15 703

Page 42 Questions 1,2,4,5,6

3/17/15

Finish take home quiz

3/4/2015

In our NYS CC text books, pages 4 and 5. Pages 2 and 3 should be able to help you with this!

If you lose these text books, you will not get another one.

3/2/2015

Kaylah is hosting a 3-on-3 tournament. It costs $40.00 to rent the gym and $5.00 per person. If she has $300.00 to cover the costs of the players until they pay her back. What is the highest amount of players that she can pay for?

2/13/2015

Packet of 5 math sheets, three are required, if more are done, extra credit will be given.

1/26/2015

Portfolio Questions (Not Required) Additional worksheet

1/20/2015

Math Questions copied down during class

1/16/15-1/30/15

Complete all your missing work in these next two weeks.

Extra Credit will be given when students ask. Pages from Math textbook

1/14/15

Create your own function table, state the relationship.

1/12/15

Finish Math Worksheet - 704

1/9/15

Math worksheet double sided

12/16/2014

Percentage Questions

12/15/2014

Greater than, less than, questions

12/8/2014

Create a math sheet for the unit. Scale Factor, Perimeter/Area, Ratio/Proportions,

12/4/2014

Are these proportional? 3 to 2 and 5 to 4, 7 to 5 and 21 to 5, 1 to 2 and 3.5 to 6, 8 to 4 and 12 to 8, 1.5 to 0.5 and 6 to 2,

2 to 3 and 4 to 6.

12/2/2014

Math Homework copied down during class.

11/26/2014

Take home test due Monday!

11/24/2014

Math worksheet on area and perimeter

11/19/2014

Math Worksheet. It's for your portfolio!!

11/3/2014

Page 37 question 2a-d

Copied down during the last 15 minutes of classtime

10/22/14

Create a review sheet based on everything we've learned in Accentuate the Negative.

Use rules of adding, subtracting, dividing, multiplying negative numbers, other important rules, Important words, Examples, etc. USE YOUR NOTES!

__up__to 10 points!10/17/14

704 Take home test

Distributive property

5x(3+6), 8x(2+3), 9x(8+4), 10x(3+2)

-5x-3, 5x-3, -5x3, 3x5 -15/3, -15/-3, 15/-3, 15/3

(3x^2y^4)^3, (2x^4y^8)^2

Write down order of operations then solve, 3/(2+2)x5^2, 8x(6/2)-8^2+3^4+3^5

10/16/14

Rules of multiplying/dividing fractions

10/15/14

Adding/subtracting Integer worksheet

10/14/14

704-

Ab Ac Ad

703-

Math Worksheet

10/10/14

Math worksheet

10/9/2014

703 and 704

8+5=8-____

Find the absolute value of -28, 5,3,4,-856, Write three word problems for -23+2-3=? Use this answer in your problems!

10/6/2014

703

-5 1/4 + -3

-5 1/5+ -3 3/5

-5 1/3+ -3 2/3

-8.35+5

-8.55+5.3

-8.65+5.25

4. Does your algorithm for adding integers from Question A work with fractions and decimals? Explain.

704

D. Decide whether or not the expressions are equal:

-4+6 and 6+-4

2 2/3 + -5 7/8 and -5 7/8+ 2 2/3

-7 2/3 + -1 1/6 and -1 1/6 + -7 2/3

Explain why addition is commutative. Give examples using number lines or chip boards.

E. Find the sums in group 3

What do the examples in group 3 have in common?

Write three new problems that belong to group 3.

Group 3: -5 + 5, 9.4+-9.4, 2 1/4+ -2 1/4

Write a story to match each number sentence. 50+-50=?, -15+?=25, -300+250=?

G. Use properties of addition to find each value: 17+-17+-43, 47++62+-47

2. Luciana claims if you add numbers with the same sign, the sum is always greater than each of the addends. Is she correct? Explain.

10/3/2014

703 and 704

Worksheet

10/2/2014

**704**This homework will be graded as a quiz grade. Use your resources wisely before you stress about how hard it looks. (Real attempts will be given credit)

-On Wednesday, the low temperature was -4. The halfway between the high and low temperature is 52. What is the high temperature?

-Low temp=-10, Halfway temp=33, What's the high temp?

-What is the sums of -5 and +12 using the chip model?

-High temp=136, Halfway temp= 4, What is the low temp?

-What is the low temp? High= 592, Halfway=411,

-What is the halfway temperature? High temp=44, Low temp=-5

-What is the additive inverse of the following: 5,10,1/4,-5/10?

-What is the sum of -8 and its additive inverse?

10/1/2014

Question copied from board, "On Friday, the low temperature was -3 degrees Celsius. The temperature halfway between the high and low is 20 degrees Celsius. What was the high temperature? Show all work!! :)

:)

9/24/2014

Worksheet on separate sheet of paper

9/23/2014

Create a list of 15 positive/negative questions that you can solve and solve them.

9/22/2014

Answer the 10 questions we answered in class

9/18/2014

Double sided worksheet

9/17/2014

Finish Kenji's Checkbook worksheet

9/16/2014

704 and 703

Create your own checkbook using the format of Kenji's checkbook. Use different information than Kenji's. Use number sentences, the terms: deposit, withdraw, writes a check and show the balances for each equation. Copying Kenji's sentences will result in a no homework.

9/15/2014

704&703

Worksheet, Comparing Integers. Complete whole sheet.

9/11/2014

**704&703**Write the rules for adding/subtracting positive numbers 3x each.

**9/10/2014****704&703**Math-Drills Worksheet (Adding Positive and Negative Numbers

**9/9/2014****704**Blue card and Parent Welcome Letter filled out and returned.

**9/8/2014****704**Blue Card and Parent Welcome Letter filled out and returned.

Make a list of ten things you remember learning in Math last year (At least 10).

**703**Make a list of ten things you remember learning in Math last year (at least 10).

**9/5/2014****704**Materials letter signed by Monday 9/8/14

Bring in materials by Monday 9/8/14

Parent Welcome letter read and signed by Monday 9/8/14

Blue card filled out and returned by Monday 9/8/14

Finish get to know you number project

**703**Materials letter signed by Monday 9/8/14

Bring in materials by Monday 9/8/14

Parent Welcome letter read and signed by Monday 9/8/14

Blue card filled out and returned by Monday 9/8/14

Finish get to know you number project

**9/4/2014****704**Materials letter signed by Monday 9/8/14

Bring in materials by Monday 9/8/14

Parent Welcome letter read and signed by Monday 9/8/14

Blue card filled out and returned by Monday 9/8/14

Finish get to know you number project

**703**Materials letter signed by Monday 9/8/14

Bring in materials by Monday 9/8/14

Parent Welcome letter read and signed by Monday 9/8/14

Blue card filled out and returned by Monday 9/8/14

Finish get to know you number project