Week of 2/17/14 to 2/21/14
Math, Science & Social Studies Assignment Sheet
Monday –Social Studies African-American History Packet pp. 11 & 12. Math text pp. 333, #’s 1-7; 335, #’s 5-12, 337, #’s 5-10
Tuesday - Math text p. 255, #'s 4-14; Math Text p. 339-all; do ST Math!
Wednesday- Math text pg. 257 #'s All !!!!!! DO ST Math!!!!!!! _____________________________________________________________________________________________
Thursday –Math Text p. 263-ALL; work on ST Math at least 1 hour tonight!
Friday – You must work on ST Math!!!! Students need to at least be at 75%-80% by ISAT! Math Test prep. packet # 3 (Fractions) pp.133-143. __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Notes for Parents:
Please look at your child’s graded papers. Review mistakes and practice at home. Please continue to study x and ÷ facts, practicing with flashcards at home.
This week we are working on concepts in chapter 19-Congruence & Symmetry & chapter 15-Analyze & Graph Data & ch. 16-Probability.
Today in ch. 19 students learned that congruent figures have the same size & shape. Figures can be in different positions and still be congruent. We learned that figures can also be similar, meaning that they have the same shape but MAY have different sizes. Figures can be both congruent & similar. See Math text pp. 332-333 & 336-337.
Lines of Symmetry: An imaginary line that divides a figure in half is a line of symmetry. If you fold a figure in half, along its line of symmetry, both sides must match. Some figures have one or more lines of symmetry & some figures have 0 lines of symmetry. See Math text pp. 334-335.
Also this week, we will be studying slides, flips, & turns. You can slide a book across the table, you can flip a pancake, & you can turn a puzzle piece: See Math text p. 338.
In addition, we will be taking a look at ch. 15-Analyze & Graph Data & ch. 16-Probability. Students must be able to read a pictograph and a horizontal & vertical bar graph. They must also be able to identify the term “mode” in this chapter. Mode is the number that occurs most often in a set of data. See Math text p. 258 for mode.
Students must also understand the topics covered in ch. 16-Probability.
Students must know all of the above concepts for the ISAT.
Students should also study their ISAT Math Vocabulary Book. We are continuing to highlight Math Vocab. daily.