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Our "I can" statements for the week of 5/15/2017:
Math 6: I can display and interpret data on a box and whisker plot
Math 7: I can compare and interpret data on dot and box plots
Math 8: I can create linear equations based on lab findings and use them to solve the resulting system of equations for the road rage lab
Monday: 6th - data sets (mean, median, m.a.d., interquartile range) ws
7th - read and interpret the plot ws
8th - ALEKS
Tuesday: 6th -
Wednesday: 6th -
Friday: 6th - none
7th - none
8th - none
What's going on in S2TEM2:
Come to STEM night 5/4!
ALEKS goals: (these are for a weekly grade)
6th = 10 topics/week
7th = 13 topics/week
8th = 10 topics/week
Keep working on ALEKS at home - Remember, class pizza party when whole class gets a slice of ALEKS done, individual students get to pick a pie when their whole pie is complete!
8th grade pizza party 11/3!
6th grade pizza party 12/13!
7th grade pizza party 5/18!
*ALEKS is a means of differentiation...you (as a student) can go as far as you are willing to work and put the time in, when you complete the class you are assigned you will be promoted to the next!
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