**Monday:** Students will prepare for test through in-class activity that will allow students to work in groups.

**Wednesday/Thursday:** Math/Reading Test

**Friday**: Students will be introduced to data representations.

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**Monday:** Students will prepare for test through in-class activity that will allow students to work in groups.

**Wednesday/Thursday:** Math/Reading Test

**Friday**: Students will be introduced to data representations.

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**Monday/Tuesday:** Students will review for Wednesday’s math test.

Homework: Continue to complete review.

**Wednesday/Thursday: **Math/Reading test

**Friday:** Students will determine the slope and the y-intercept of a line using y=mx+b.

Homework: Complete #1-8 on page 98-99 in green textbook (provided by teacher)

**Monday/Tuesday: **Students will take chapter 3 quiz on proportional relationships. Homework: Complete chapter 3 test review sheet and study for test.

**Wednesday/Thursday:** Students will assess knowledge and understanding of proportional relationships to include: y=kx, constant of proportionality, unit rate, slope, and direct variation through chapter 3 test.

Homework: Slopes and Equations worksheet.

**Friday:** Students will work on quiz and test corrections in class.

Homework: Chapter 4 vocabulary 4-square. Vocabulary terms are found on page 113 in the textbook (*both review and preview words*).

**Monday:** Students will review for assessment on proportional relationships (slope, y=kx, unit rate).

Homework: Students are to complete review sheet & study for test. Test Wednesday

**Wednesday**: Students will assess knowledge and understanding of finding slope of a given line, given coordinates, or real world situations involving unit rate.

Homework: Reflection Questions

**Friday**: Students will be introduced to non-proportional relationships while the work on in-class activity “Stacking Books”

**Monday/Tuesday:** Students will utilize knowledge of rate of change and constant of proportionality to interpret the unit rate as slope.

Homework: Lesson 3.3 worksheet.

**Wednesday/Thursday:** Students will solve problems involving direct variation.

Homework: Lesson 3.4 worksheet.

**Friday:** Students will work on chapter 3 quiz review.

Homework: Finish quiz review and study for quiz.

**Quiz on Monday (2/12)/Tuesday (2/13)**

Progress Reports go home Monday, January 29th; please be sure to review your scholars report. As we continue the second half of our school year, now is the time to remind your scholar the importance of being prepared for each class period as outlined at the beginning of the school year. Below are a few reminders we ask:

- Be
**prepared**for class- Utilize the 5-minute passing period to collect
prior to heading to class. This includes pen, pencil, paper, notebook, etc. No student will be allowed to exit the classroom once class has begun as it a loss of instructional time for all those involved.*all belongings*

- Utilize the 5-minute passing period to collect
- Be
**prompt**by being on time for class (**by the sound of the bell**)- Materials at your desk does not entail being on time

- Be
**responsible**for your learning- Write down homework in planner (check blog)
- Complete classwork and homework
*on time*and*submit on time* - Stay on task and ask questions as needed

- Be
**respectful**of others- Respect yourself, your classmates, and your classroom. When others are talking, wait your turn. During tests, be respectful of your classmates and the quiet time they need to be successful.

**Monday:** Students will solve inequalities from real world word problems.

**Wednesday**: Students will work through task card activity to solve inequalities. Students will develop an understanding of inequalities.

Homework: Study – Quiz Friday

**Friday**: Students will assess knowledge and understanding solving inequalities as they pertain to the real world.