Hi everyone! Below are the math assignments for week 2 of at home learning. Thank you to the many students who did a fantastic job completing week 1!!!!! Now in ilearn, week 1 is shut off (you cannot see this anymore). You must work on week 2.
This week you must complete 60 minutes of i ready (go to clever and log in) Remember everything you complete is sent to my computer. Then I will be placing a grade into the grade book (60 minutes = 12 points, 50-59 = 10 points, 40-49 = 8 points, 30-39 = 6 points, 20-29 = 4 points, 10-19 = 2 pt)
Your second iready due date is Thursday, March 26 I will check iready and place in the grades for this of Friday, March 27. The minutes from the window are from Monday 3/23/2020 to Thursday 3/26/2020
Your second due date for ilearn is Sunday, March 29. At that time the expectation is that you watched the Khan video, worked on the Khan, wrote down the notes (if you need them), and completed ixl HH2(6th) 100 practice section and completed the quiz.
At this time there isn’t a quiz. I’m working on posting a different assignment. I’ll send out another post later this week to tell you what that assignment is.
This week you must complete 60 minutes of i ready (go to clever and log in) Remember everything you complete is sent to my computer. Then I will be placing a grade into the gradebook (60 minutes = 12 points, 50-59 = 10 points, 40-49 = 8 points, 30-39 = 6 points, 20-29 = 4 points, 10-19 = 2 pt)
Your first iready due date is Thursday, March 19 I will check iready and place in the grades for this of Friday, March 20.
The new math activity you will need to complete is in a program called ilearn. I believe Ms. Fahs already uses ilearn with you for your social studies quizzes. Because this is the first time using i learn in math you must use the code below to sign up. Core 1 must use this code f2g96k Core 2 must use this code i4z2za Core 3 must use this code gt7j5z
Your first due date for ilearn is Sunday, March 22. At that time the expectation is that you watched the video, worked on the practice section and completed the quiz. I will be putting in the grades for this on Monday, March 23.
This week we were working on Lesson 10, multiplying and dividing decimals. The quiz for this lesson is scheduled for Monday.
Students went over their lesson 9 quizzes in class today. If they aren’t happy with their grade, they may come Friday after school for a retake on the lesson 9 quiz (they must have all of lesson 9 work completed to be invited for an after school retake)
Please check your student’s Mi Star online to see what their current math grade is.
Parents and students I would like to thank you for getting a good nights sleep and eating a good breakfast this week for my favorite test: the math NWEA. We will finish this test on Friday and then next week study for our mid terms.
Our mid terms are scheduled for next week Wednesday. Students will receive a study guide on Monday.
Welcome to 2020! I hope everyone had a joyful and relaxing break.
Reminder…. Students were to complete 60 minutes of Khan Academy over break.
This week Wednesday and Thursday we will be having the NWEA math test. Please make sure to get back on a good sleep schedule and eat a good breakfast for these days. All of the students have been working hard to increase their math knowledge. I look forward to seeing all of the wonderful NWEA math scores go up so we can celebrate all of the growth/learning that we have been working on this school year.
This week we will be working on finding points on a coordinate plane. Our quiz for this won’t be until we come back from break.
Students need to be focusing in on the next NWEA test. The math part will be given Jan 8, 9 and 10. Students were advised that if on this test they score 2 or more grade levels below 6th grade then they will have to go to summer school at Woodworth to catch up on these math skills.
So how can you improve your score???? In December for bell work, we have been working on the numeracy part of the NWEA by practicing these skills in ixl. Now we are going to take are Fall NWEA scores and practice statistics and geometry in Khan. Over break, you may want to practice Khan as well. Studies show that students who practice these skills with Khan or ixl will increase their score on the next NWEA test.