Tuesday 4-14-20

  • Surma Math Block 1- Go to her Barker teacher page for assignment directions.

    A. Warm up quiz on quizizz

    • Identify Probability scenarios from a probability graph
    • Remember if something is Impossible is 0%
    • Unlikely is 25%
    • Equally possible or not possible 50%, like flipping a coin heads or tails
    • Likely 75%
    • Certain for sure, 100%

    B. Finish Probability Number Line Activity from Monday 4-13-20

    Ramsey/Collins Reading Block 2

    Ramsey: Go to his Barker teacher page for directions. Links will be on his Google Classroom page.

    A. Analyze a book excerpt to explain the author's meaning of various types of figurative language.

    • excerpt is 4 pages long with 6 marked uses of figurative language
    • you will explain briefly what the author means for each of the 6 uses of figurative language
    • explanations will be on a google form that you will submit through his google classroom

    Collins: Go to her Barker teacher page for directions and links to each assignment

    1. watch assignment instruction video
    2. click on the link to watch the Jason Reynolds' video
    3. write 2 paragraphs (4-5 sentences for each paragraph) giving your personal views/thoughts about Jason Reynolds
    4. submit answers on response form (she has a link to click on for your responses)
    5. read for 20 minutes

    Gushrowski Math Block 3- Go to her Barker teacher page for directions

     A. Your assignment will be on quizizz

    • you will be practicing what you took notes on yesterday about variables and expressions

    B. Notebook review

    • variable-represented by a letter such as x, y, a, b, c (o and i will not be used)
    • constant-any number and it never changes like 3, -8, 1/4, 2.147, -5 3/8
    • numerical expression-only numbers used (no equal signs, can simplify like terms, WILL NOT solve)
    • algebraic expressions-involve variables and/or numbers
    • evaluate-make numeric substitutions for variables and simplify
    • absolute value-a number's distance from zero on a number line, always written as a positive

    Variable/expression notes variable notes 2

    Moore Google Classroom-https://classroom.google.com/u/0/c/NTMzOTA3NTMwNDha