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ALGEBRA DAY 4

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HAPPY CAMEL’S BACK DAY Grab your nametag Turn to your journal page from yesterday(we want to save paper). Be ready to turn your brains on!!

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DO NOW: CUBE I know….I still need to learn… …Or more!!!

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GO AROUND PROTOCOL First person will share one of his/her observations. Other team members listen and give some feedback. Thumb Up: I agree completely and can’t add anything Thumb Sideways: I agree, and might add … Thumb Down: I agree with the part about …, but I disagree with … because … I am confused about … Can you explain that in a different way? I don’t agree because … Continue clockwise around your team. Decide on 3 observations that your team could share out- your team will need to share at least one!

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PUBLIC RECORD Public Record: The class ideas about a mathematical concept. This can change over time, based on what the class has learned. Record in journal

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PUBLIC RECORD

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GROWING CUBE PROBLEM Perimeter? Area? Volume? Table? Sketch of a graph? First, we are going to use Private Think Time, then we are going to compare our work with our partners

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HOMEWORK Finish Graph in journal and answer all questions, I will check off at the beginning of class tomorrow. Survey due Friday! Mathography due Monday!

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INTRO TO ALGEBRA DAY 4

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HAPPY CAMEL’S BACK DAY Grab your nametag Turn to your journal page from yesterday(we want to save paper). Be ready to turn your brains on!!

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DO NOW: VENN DIAGRAM Table ATable B (In the middle, you write similarities!)

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Time (in hours)Distance Ran (in miles XY Table BTable A

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Table B

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Table ATable B

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PAPER FOLDING Working in Partners Work in journal- please let’s save paper: Table, graph, explanation of pattern Vocab: Scatter Plot? Mathematical Model?

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HOMEWORK Finish Graph in journal and answer all questions, I will check off at the beginning of class tomorrow. Survey due Friday! Mathography due Monday! 6 th period- STACK CHAIRS!

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MATH NORMS As a class we need to create norms that help us do our best learning as a community. To successfully accomplish this we need to go beyond “surface” items and to be brave enough to share what really helps you. Ms. Huggins example In the “Do Now” section, please finish this sentence: When working with other people on math problems I need….

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