# Week of 1/18-1/22

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

**Algebra 1:**

Monday- Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day!

Tuesday- Start on Solving a System by Elimination starting on Pg 157. The homework will be a worksheet

Wednesday- Worksheet day! If the worksheet is not finished, finish it up for homework.

Thursday- Finish up on solving a system of equations by elimination. The homework will be Pg 162, 15-25.

Friday- Watch this ted talk about math and tell me some things you find interesting about it Mathematics is the sense you never knew you had | Eddie Woo | TEDxSydney - YouTube

**Pre-Algebra:**

Monday- Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day!

Tuesday- Start with scientific notation on Pg 215. The homework will be a worksheet.

Wednesday- Worksheet day! If the worksheet is not finished, finish it for homework.

Thursday- Finish up on Scientific Notation. The homework will be Pg 219, 1-20

Friday- Watch this ted talk about math and tell me some things you find interesting about it Mathematics is the sense you never knew you had | Eddie Woo | TEDxSydney - YouTube

**7th Grade Math:**

Monday- Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day!

Tuesday- Start with similar figures on Pg 223. No homework

Wednesday- Continue with similar figures and the homework will be Pg 226, 1-8

Thursday- Worksheet day! If the worksheet is not finished, finish it for homework. Friday- On Pg 227, do problems 9-12

**6th Grade Math:**

Monday- Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day!

Tuesday- Start on Equivalent Ratios on Pg 223. The homework will be a worksheet

Wednesday- Continue with Equivalent Ratios. The homework will be Pg 226, 6-13

Thursday- Worksheet day! If the worksheet is not finished, finish it for homework.

Friday- On Pg 226, do problems 14-19

**Geometry:**

Monday- Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day!

Tuesday - Start on this packet

And for homework, 1-10

Wednesday- Finish up the packet examples and homework will be 11-20

Thursday- Book work on Pg 180, 1-11

Friday- Think about what job/career you plan on doing after high school. Then research how math (even elementary) can be utilized in it. Write down some of your thoughts