This is subject to change if I feel as though the students are proficient or not at these topics

Algebra 1:

Monday- President's Day. No School

Tuesday- Quiz on Absolute Value Functions

Wednesday- Start on graphing piecewise functions and what they mean. The homework will be a worksheet helping the students with the topic.

Thursday- We will continue with piecewise functions. The homework will be Pg 195, 16-22,24,25

Friday- We will finish up with piecewise functions. The homework will be about the real life examples of it on Pg 195, 23, 26-28

Pre-Algebra:

Monday- President's Day. No School

Tuesday- Start the rational coefficients equations on Pg 357. The homework will be Pg 360, 1-6,20,27

Wednesday- We will continue with rational coefficient equations on Pg 357,358. The homework will be a worksheet on it.

Thursday- We will review over rational coefficients and play a review game. Study for tomorrow's quiz.

Friday- Quiz on rational coefficients and the homework over the weekend will be to take notes on the next topic.

7th Grade Math:

Monday- President's Day. No School

Tuesday- Start the graphing of functions on a Cartesian plane. The homework will be to graph two equations; y=2x and y=x-3.

Wednesday- We will continue with graphing of functions. The homework will be Pg 255, 5-10

Thursday- Worksheet review day for the quiz tomorrow.

Friday- Quiz on Graphing Functions. The homework will be to take notes on the next topic.

6th Grade Math:

Monday- President's Day. No School

Tuesday- Start on turning fractions into decimals with denominators of 10,100, and 1000. The homework will be a worksheet about it.

Wednesday- We will continue with turning fractions into decimals with denominators of 10,100, and 1000. The homework will be Pg 260, 8-20

Thursday- We will review over turning fractions to decimals with a math review Jeopardy.

Friday- Quiz on fractions to decimals. The homework will be to take notes on the next topic.

Geometry:

Monday- President's Day. No School

Tuesday - Quiz on Triangle Types and graphing them.

Wednesday- We will start on figuring out how to determine an isosceles triangle from equations. The homework will be Pg 203,204; 5-9,13,14

Thursday- We will continue to go over go to determine isosceles triangles. The homework will be a worksheet

Friday- We will finish up on Isosceles triangles and move onto another topic. The topic will be figuring out scalene and equilateral triangles

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