In the measurement unit we will be focusing on:
– Analyzing data to make inferences and convincing arguments
– Means, Medians and Modes
– Plotting and describing locations of points on a Cartesian Plane
– Choosing appropriate graphs
– Designing and conducting surveys
– Scale and intervals
In this unit our Goals / Success Criterias are:
– Collecting and organizing discrete or continuous / primary and secondary data
– Reading, describing and interpreting data and explaining relationships between sets of data
Sorry for the long post today
Lit circles first meeting is Mon Feb 6th. Please be prepared to present your roles. Each role will be presented in a group format. Mr. BT will be evaluating each person individually.
Today Mr. BT has introduced us an activity called Lit Circles that we will be starting tomorrow.
Today, we chose our groups with our leaders (shown below), our books and our roles.
Today Mr. BT gave us some questions for L1 and L2 and ran through L3.
Questions for L1 are # 4, 5 and 6
Questions for L2 are # 4, 6 and 7
L3 was on Variables
L4 # 6 and 7
Today Mr. BT showed us Relationship Rules For Patterns and Recursive Patterns. He have us some questions to do for the weekend (4, 6 and 7)
Today Mr. BT gave us an in-depth explanation on patterning to start our new unit.
ATTENTION PARENTS: This Friday will be an information-packed day that will bring your child behind if they are absent then, so try and make sure they can come that day.
Mr. BT has announced that we will be having our unit test tomorrow, for that he has told us what it will consist of and he has given us 6 pages of test prep (Different Post).
The test will consist of questions regarding:
Order of Operation (Post Dedicated To It)
Since the huge unit test is tomorrow, Mr. BT gave us 6 optional pages that we can do to prep for tomorrow.
I will make a separate post regarding what the test consists of.
The order of operations is the order of importance for multi-operation equation, the order is simply abbreviated to “BEDMAS”
If an operation in a multiple-operation equation has brackets around it, you must complete the equation in brackets before the rest.
If a number has an exponent attached to it, you must always do the operation for that number after finishing the brackets.
After you complete the Brackets and Exponents, you must complete the division operation.
After completing Brackets, Exponents and Division, you must complete the operation regarding multiplication.
After completing Brackets, Exponents, Division and Subtraction, you must complete the addition operation.
Finally, after you are done the Brackets, Exponents, Division, Multiplication and the Addition, you must complete the subtraction as the last part of the operation.
That’s just the run-down of the order of operation, if you have anymore questions email me at (prefered) firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com