## Thursday, May 17, 2018

3rd Period Honors Math:
4th Period Math:
6th & 7th Period Math:
Objective:
Students will show what they have learned throughout the year.
In-Class Work:
1.  Finish MAPs Testing (Measured Academic Progress).
**Make sure to have out scratch paper and show LOTS of work!! :-)
Homework:

## Wednesday, May 16, 2018

3rd Period Honors Math:
4th Period Math:
6th & 7th Period Math:
Objective:
Students will show what they have learned throughout the year.
In-Class Work:
1.  Start MAPs Testing (Measured Academic Progress).
**Make sure to have out scratch paper and show LOTS of work!! :-)
Homework:

## Tuesday, May 15, 2018

3rd Period Honors Math:
4th Period Math:
6th & 7th Period Math:
Objective:
Students will show what they have learned throughout the year.
In-Class Work:
1.  Start MAPs Testing (Measured Academic Progress).
**Make sure to have out scratch paper and show LOTS of work!! :-)
Homework:

## Monday, May 14, 2018

6th & 7th Period Math:
Objective:
Students will be able to use understand basic Exponential Growth.
In-Class Work:
1.  Do GGG (“Growing, Growing, Growing”) Investigation 1.4 p10.
Homework:
1.  None.

2.  Be ready for MAPS tomorrow!!

## Friday, May 11, 2018

6th & 7th Period Math:
Objective:
Students will be able to use understand basic Exponential Growth.
In-Class Work:
1.  Go over 1.1 pp5,11.
2.  Do GGG (“Growing, Growing, Growing”)
Homework:
1.  Finish Worksheet for GGG 1.2,1.3 pp6-9 above.

## Thursday, May 10, 2018

6th & 7th Period Math:
Objective:
Students will be able to use understand basic Exponential Growth.
In-Class Work:
1.  Go over Chapter 10 Unit Test.
2.  Do Notes on GGG (“Growing, Growing, Growing”)
Homework:
1.  Finish back of Worksheet for GGG 1.1 above.

## Wednesday, May 9, 2018

6th & 7th Period Math:
Objective:
Students will be able to use patterns to complete properties
of exponents problems and read and write numbers in scientific notation.
In-Class Work:
1.  Take Chapter 10 Unit Test. NO CALCULATORS!!
2.  When you’re finished - Grab a green book
“Growing, Growing, Growing” and read pages 2-10.