
Math
Grading Policy
Tests/Projects=50%
Quizzes/Notebook/Do Now/Classwork=40%
Homework/Preparation/Behavior=10%
*All assignments can be viewed in PowerSchool.*
September 2September 6
Students will learn policies and procedures. They will complete "all about me" activies.
September 9September 13
Students will take beginning of the year math assessments. Students will complete activities by solving mathematical problems.
September 16September 20
This week students will learn what absolute value is. They will understand what intergers are and learn how to compare and order positive and negative integers and decimals.
September 23September 27
This week students will take the Imagine Math Benchmark Assessment. They will continue to learn about integers and decimals by rounding them.
September 30October 4
Students will learn the rules for adding positive and negative integers. They will practice and have a quiz on Friday.
October 711
Students will learn the rules for adding decimals. They will practice and have a quiz on Friday.
October 1418
Students will learn the rules for subtracting positive and negative integers. They will practice subtracting these numbers and have a quiz on Friday.
October 2125
Students will review absolute value, comparing, ordering, rounding, adding, and subtracting integers and decimals. They will have a unit test on Friday.
October 28November 1
Students will learn how to estimate the sum and difference of a decimal. They will begin to review multiplication and use it to multiply integers and decimals.
November 1115
Students will continue to multiply positive and negative integers. They will have a test on this multiplying integers.
November 1822
Students will continue to multiply by learning the rules for multiplying decimals.
November 2529
Students will continue to review the skills of adding, subtracting, and multiplying integers and decimals during our short week.
December 26
Students will learn the rules for dividing positive and negative integers. They will practice and take a quiz by the end of the week.
December 913
Students will learn the rules for dividing decimals. They will practice and take a quiz at the end of the week.
December 1620
Students will review, practice, and take a unit assessment on multiplying and dividing integers and decimals.
December 30January 3
Students will learn the rules for dividing decimals by decimals. They will practice using calculators to divide large numbers.
January 610
Students will take the Imagine Math Benchmark Assessment. They will begin to review factors, LCF, and GCD in order to add and subtract fractions.
January 1317
Students will continue to find the GCF, and LCM in order to simplify, add, and subtract fractions.
January 2024
Students will continue to find the LCM. They will review fractions and learn how to find equivalent fractions.
January 2731
Students will continue to study fractions by finding equivalent fractions. They will learn how to simplify fractions and they will learn how to compare fractions by ordering them.
February 37
Students will review skills in finding the GCF and LCM, finding equivalent fractions, simplifying fractions, comparing fractions, and ordering fractions for a Unit Test on Wednesday. They will begin adding and subtracting fractions.
February 1014
Students will learn how to convert improper fractions into mixed numbers and mixed numbers into improper fractions. They will learn how to add fractions with like denominators. They will learn to when they need to simplify.
February 1721
Students will learn how to add fractions with unlike denominators. They will continue to simplify fractions. They will also learn to add mixed numbers.
February 2428
Students will study and review for a quiz on Wednesday. They will begin to learn how to subtract fractions.
March 26
Students will continue to subtract fractions. They will subtract fractions with like and unlike denominators and mixed numbers. They will learn how to solve problems with fractions by working backwards.
March 913
Students will continue to solve word problems by working backwards and by choosing the correct operation. They will also learn how to subtract mixed numbers by renaming. Students will begin to study for a subtraction quiz.