Math Agenda
Direct Instruction Station Monday/Tuesday (30 minutes)
THESE ARE THE COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS WE ARE ADDRESSING DURING THIS UNIT:
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

These are terms you will find in HMH Unit 3. Please write these into your Science notebook. As we work through HMH, you will copy the definition into your notebook:
Accommodations:

DIRECT INSTRUCTION STATION:
 All students will have a seat, a computer monitor will call each student onebyone to help me with attendance. 🚫Do NOT open computers, yet!🚫 INSTEAD:
 Take out your Math Notebook and write today's Learning Objective.
Collaborative Station Monday/Tuesday (30 minutes)
THESE ARE THE COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS WE ARE ADDRESSING DURING THIS UNIT:
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
 I can recognize when a graph represents a proportional relationship.
 I can recognize when an equation represents a proportional relationship.
COLLABORATIVE STATION:

 Have a piece of paper and something to write with.
 Read all directions below including the word problem to yourself.
 Click on HMH
Independent Monday/Tuesdy
THESE ARE THE COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS WE ARE ADDRESSING DURING THIS UNIT: LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
 This section is strictly independent work, so there is no talking. If you have a question, click on and study "Learn with an Example," or "Watch a Tutorial."
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Direct Instruction Station Wednesday (50 minutes)
THESE ARE THE COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS WE ARE ADDRESSING DURING THIS UNIT:
WEDNESDAY STATION:
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y=5/4x
 7.7.RP.2.a Decide whether two quantities are in a proportional relationship, e.g., by...observing whether the graph is a straight line through the origin.
 7.7.RP.2.c [Recognize] proportional relationships by equations
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 I can recognize when a graph represents a proportional relationship.
 I can recognize when an equation represents a proportional relationship.
WEDNESDAY STATION:
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 Today we will be looking at Quadrant l of the Cartesian Plane and linear graphs.
 We will be looking for two things.
 Is the line straight?
 Does the line go through the origin?
 We will be looking for two things.
 We will also be looking at equations with two variables, x and y and one rational number (integers are also rational numbers.)
 examples
 y = 2x
 y = 4x
 y = 1/2 x
 y = 3/4 x
 examples
y=5/4x
 When you need to speak
 Make sure its about the problem
 Speak in a number one voice. You should not disrupt the other lessons going on int he classroom.
 Get a photocopied paper from the table you are sitting at.
 Remember others will be needing a copy, too, so leave the ones you don't use in good condition.
 While creating your foldable, look at the diagram to the right.
 Write the following vocabulary words on your foldable in the far left box:
 origin  the point in a Cartesian coordinate system where the x and y axes intersect.
 Cartesian plane  a grid created by two perpendicular intersecting number lines.
 quadrant 1  The upper right section of a Cartesian plane where both the x and y values are positive.
 coordinates  the (x,y) values of a point on a Cartesian coordinate plane.
 Write the definitions on the far right box.
 Draw or write an example in the middle box.
 Take a few minutes to study your vocabulary words.
 Get into groups of two.
 Decide who will...
 read the vocabulary word,
 who will try to remember the definition.
 When you have worked through all of the vocabulary words, switch roles.
 Put your name on and save your foldable. We will be using them again on Thursday.
 You must sign into IXL via Clever and then open IXL in a new tab.
 Go to Clever.com
 Click on Ms. Jimenez' page.
 Click IXL icon
 Sign into IXL
 Click IXL icon
 Click on Ms. Jimenez' page.
 Come back to my Weebly page and click below.
Direct Instruction Station Thursday/Friday (30 minutes)
THESE ARE THE COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS WE ARE ADDRESSING DURING THIS UNIT:
 7.7.RP.2.a Decide whether two quantities are in a proportional relationship, e.g., by...observing whether the graph is a straight line through the origin.
 7.7.RP.2.c [Recognize] proportional relationships by equations
 Often, you can recognize a proportional relationship from the solutions of an equation. It helps to put the solutions into a table. After today's lesson, you will...
 be able to recognize a proportional relationship from a table derived from an equation or graph.
Collaborative Station Thursday/Friday (30 minutes)
THESE ARE THE COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS WE ARE ADDRESSING DURING THIS UNIT:
 7.7.RP.2.a Decide whether two quantities are in a proportional relationship, e.g., by...observing whether the graph is a straight line through the origin.
 7.7.RP.2.c [Recognize] proportional relationships by equations
 In math there are words that are the same as words used in other areas of our lives, but have different meanings. There are also words that are only used in math. When talking about proportional ratios there are some words that you will need to know. After class today you...
 ...will be ale to use subject specific vocabulary describing equivalent ratios represented in a graph.
 ...will be able to use subject specific vocabulary when describing a proportional relationship shown as an equation.
COLLABORATIVE STATION:

Independent Station for the week
THESE ARE THE COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS WE ARE ADDRESSING DURING THIS UNIT:
 7.7.RP.2.a Decide whether two quantities are in a proportional relationship, e.g., by...observing whether the graph is a straight line through the origin.
 7.7.RP.2.c [Recognize] proportional relationships by equations
 In seventh grade, proportional relationships become very important. In these IXL assignments you will get an introduction to what you will be learning next year. Remember the lesson from Wednesday, and you will be able to...
 recognize a proportional relationship when you see a straight line on a Cartesian plane that goes through the origin.
 recognize a proportional relationship from an equation that looks like this: y = mx, where m can be any rational number, for example y = 5x.
INDEPENDENT STATION:
 This section is strictly independent work, so there is no talking. If you have a question, click on and study "Learn with an Example," or "Watch a Tutorial."
 Use your foldable to study your vocabulary words.
 Go to Clever
 Sign In
 Click on Ms. Jimenez' page
 Click on IXL to sign in
 Leave IXL
 Come back to this page and click on the exercises below
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HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT DUE:
