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 Week of November 5 – November 9   

 

 

Date

In Class

Homework

Monday, November 5

Hand back graded Ch. 11 Tests

 

 

Lesson:

Introduce IA Project guidelines and schedule...

Here are today's notes

Students received a purple folder with the following materials:

 

Due Tuesday, November 6:

Read at least one of these sample projects:

Tuesday, November 6

Lesson:

Search for on-line data resources

--and--

complete the Project Topic WS (pink)

 Here are today's notes ... the notes today include some expamples of how Mr. Sturm would fill out a Project Topic WS

Due by the end of class:

Project Topic WS (pink)

You need to write 2 topic ideas!

 

None… you will be waiting to hear back from Mr. Sturm regarding whether one of your project topic ideas was approved.

 

Wednesday, November 7

Hand back the Project Topic WS.  You should know your project topic now.  If neither of your ideas were approved, you need to ask Mr. Sturm for a new Project Topic WS to complete by Thursday, 11/8.

 

Lesson:

None… students will have all period to write the rough draft of their introduction section, as well as the title page

Due Friday, November 9:

Introduction Form (blue WS)

 

--and--

 

Rough draft of title page and introduction section

 

Thursday, November 8

Lesson:

None… students will have all period to write the rough draft of their introduction section, as well as the title page

Due Friday, November 9:

Introduction Form (blue WS)

 

--and--

 

Rough draft of title page and introduction section

 

Friday, November 9

Lesson:

None… students will have all period to find/collect data for their project

 

Due at beginning of class:

Introduction Form (blue WS)

--and--

Rough draft of the title page and the introduction section (hard copy)

 

Due Wednesday, November 14:

Information/Measurement WS (gold) 

 

--and--

 

Rough draft of Information/Measurement section

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week of November 12 – November 16

  

Date

In Class

Homework

Monday, November 12

Hand back rough draft of Introduction section with comments

 

Lesson:

None…students will have all period to work on obtaining data and organizing it on an Excel/Sheets spreadsheet

 

Due Wednesday, November 14:

Information/Measurement WS (gold) 

 

--and--

 

Rough draft of Information/Measurement section

 

Tuesday, November 13

Lesson:

None…students will have all period to work on obtaining data and organizing it on an Excel/Sheets spreadsheet

 

Due Wednesday, November 14:

Information/Measurement WS (gold)

 

--and--

 

Rough draft of Information/Measurement section

 

Wednesday, November 14

Lesson:

Using Math Type to type math equations attractively

 

Due at beginning of class:

Information/Measurement WS (gold) 

--and--

Rough draft of Information/Measurement section (hard copy)

Due Tuesday, November 20:

Rough draft of Information/Measurement section

 

--and--

 

Rough draft of the Mathematical Processes section.

 

Thursday, November 15

Hand back rough draft of Information/ Measurement section with comments

 

Lesson:

None…students will have all period to work on the rough draft of the Mathematical Processes section

 

***make sure that you walk your reader

       through each mathematical process

       (explain what steps you are taking for

       each process and why)

 

Due Tuesday, November 20:

Rough draft of Information/Measurement section

 

--and--

 

Rough draft of the Mathematical Processes section.

 

Friday, November 16

Lesson:

None…students will have all period to work on the rough draft of the Mathematical Processes section

 

***make sure that you walk your reader

       through each mathematical process

       (explain what steps you are taking for

       each process and why)

 

Due Tuesday, November 20:

Rough draft of Information/Measurement section

 

--and--

 

Rough draft of the Mathematical Processes section.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week of November 19 – November 23

 

Date

In Class

Homework

 

Monday, November 19

Lesson:

None…students will have all period to work on the rough draft of the Mathematical Processes section

 

***make sure that you walk your reader

       through each mathematical process

       (explain what steps you are taking for

       each process and why)

 

Due Tuesday, November 20:

Rough draft of Information/Measurement section

 

--and--

 

Rough draft of the Mathematical Processes section.

 

 

 

Tuesday, November 20

Lesson:

None…students will have all period to work on the rough draft of the Mathematical Processes section

 

Due at end of class:

Rough draft of Information/Measurement section (hard copy)

--and--

Rough draft of the Mathematical Processes section (hard copy)

 

 

Due Wednesday, November 28:

Rough draft of Interpretation section

 

--and--

 

Rough draft of Validity section

 

--and--

 

Rough draft of Conclusion section

 

Wednesday, November 21

 

 

 

No school (Thanksgiving break)

 

 

 

 

Thursday, November 22

 

No school (Thanksgiving break)

 

 

Friday, November 23

 

No school (Thanksgiving break)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week of November 26 – November 30

 

 

Date

In Class

Homework

Monday, November 26

Hand back rough draft of Mathematical Processes section with comments

 

Lesson:

None…students will have all period to work on the rough draft of the Interpretation, Validity, and Conclusion sections.

 

***make sure that you perform a

      follow through procedure in the

      Interpretation section

Due Wednesday, November 28:

Rough draft of Interpretation section

 

--and--

 

Rough draft of Validity section

 

--and--

 

Rough draft of Conclusion section

 

Tuesday, November 27

Lesson:

None…students will have all period to work on the rough draft of the Interpretation, Validity, and Conclusion sections.

Due Wednesday, November 28:

Rough draft of Interpretation section

 

--and--

 

Rough draft of Validity section

 

--and--

 

Rough draft of Conclusion section

 

Wednesday, November 28

Due at end of class:

Rough draft of Interpretation section (hard copy)

--and--

Rough draft of Validity section (hard copy)

--and--

Rough draft of Conclusion section (hard copy)

 

Lesson:

None…students will have all period to work on the rough draft of the Interpretation, Validity, and Conclusion sections.

 

Due Friday, November 30:

Rough Draft Verification Form (green slip)…completed by someone NOT in IB Math Studies

 

--and--

 

Bring a rough draft of your entire project (hard copy) to class to have a classmate read

Thursday, November 29

Lesson:

None…students will have all period to make edits to any part of their project that they would like, including any edits suggested by Mr. Sturm on the returned rough draft of your Interpretation, Validity, and Conclusion sections.

 

Due Friday, November 30:

Rough Draft Verification Form (green slip)…completed by someone NOT in IB Math Studies

 

--and--

 

Bring a rough draft of your entire project (hard copy) to class to have a classmate read

 

Friday, November 30

Hand back rough draft of Interpretation, Validity, and Conclusion sections with comments

 

Due at end of class:

Rough Draft Verification Form (green slip)…completed by someone NOT in IB Math Studies

 

--and--

 

Rough Draft Project Grading Form (yellow packet)…completed by someone in IB Math Studies

 

Lesson:

None…students will have all period to read another students’ rough draft (for their entire project), and complete the Rough Draft Project Grading Form (yellow packet) for them.

 

Due Tuesday, December 4:

FINAL DRAFT

 

You will turn in the following by the end of class on Tuesday, 12/4…

 

Turn in a hard copy of your final draft to Mr. Sturm’s turn-in box

--and--

Send a digital copy of your final draft to southwestmathstudies@gmail.com

Save your document using the  format: last name, first name – IA Final Draft

--and--

Send a digital copy of your spreadsheet to

southwestmathstudies@gmail.com

Save your document using the  format: last name, first name – IA Data

 

 

 

 

 

Week of December 3 – December 7   

 

Date

In Class

Homework

Monday, December 3

Lesson:

None…students will have all period make any final edits to their project, including edits suggests by the classmate who filled out a Rough Draft Project Grading Form (yellow packet) for them.

Due Tuesday, December 4:

FINAL DRAFT

 

You will turn in the following by the end of class on Tuesday, 12/4…

 

Turn in a hard copy of your final draft to Mr. Sturm’s turn-in box

--and--

Send a digital copy of your final draft to southwestmathstudies@gmail.com

Save your document using the  format: last name, first name – IA Final Draft

--and--

Send a digital copy of your spreadsheet to

southwestmathstudies@gmail.com

Save your document using the  format: last name, first name – IA Data

Tuesday, December 4

Due at end of class:

FINAL DRAFT

 

Turn in a hard copy of your final draft to Mr. Sturm’s turn-in box

 

--and--

 

Send a digital copy of your final draft to southwestmathstudies@gmail.com

Save your document using the  format:

last name, first name – IA Final Draft

 

--and--

 

Send a digital copy of your spreadsheet to

southwestmathstudies@gmail.com

Save your document using the  format:

last name, first name – IA Data

 

NO LATE PROJECTS WILL BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT MR. STURM’S PRIOR AUTHORISATION.  HOPEFULLY, YOU WILL BE DONE BY NOW.  IF NOT, TURN IN WHAT YOU HAVE DONE.

 

Lesson:

None…students will have all period make any final edits to their project, and to submit their work.

none

 

 

 

  

Date

Learning Objective

Class Activities/Resources

Assignment

Monday, 12/3/18 n/a IA workday make edits to final IA draft
Tuesday, 12/4/18 n/a

IA workday

Students will turn in their IA final drafts at the end of the period

none
Wednesday, 12/5/18 I can describe which numbers belong in special number sets, such as natural numbers, integers, rational numbers, and real numbers 7A (Day 1) Notes

7A (p. 214-215) #1-9

(due Friday)

Use the key in the back of the textbook to check solutions

Thursday, 12/6/18 I can write and interpret set notation pertaining to unions, intersections, numbers of elements in a set, subsets, and proper subsets

late-start day

7A (Day 2) Notes

7A (p. 214-215) #1-9

Use the key in the back of the textbook to check solutions

Friday, 12/7/18 I can write and interpret set builder notation

7B Notes

Collected HW Self-Assessment #1 (Assignment 1)

7B (p. 216) #1-3, 4abcd

Use the key in the back of the textbook to check solutions

       
Monday, 12/10/18 I can write complements of sets under the guidelines of a universal set 

7C Notes

7C (p. 217 - 218) #2, 3, 5, 8, 9, 11

Use the key in the back of the textbook to check solutions

Tuesday, 12/11/18 I can recognize sets depicted in Venn Diagrams

7D and 7E Notes

 7D (p. 221) #1bd, 4, 6, 7

7E (p. 222) #1

Use the key in the back of the textbook to check solutions

Wednesday, 12/12/18 I can create a Venn Diagram (with two or three sets) using a list of counts; and then I can use the Venn Diagram to solve problems involving the size of sets

7F Notes

WS 7F

Solutions

Thursday, 12/13/18 I can create a Venn Diagram (with two or three sets) using a list of counts; and then I can use the Venn Diagram to solve problems involving the size of sets

7G (Day 1) Notes

WS 7G Part 1

Solutions

Friday, 12/14/18 I can create a Venn Diagram (with two or three sets) using a list of counts; and then I can use the Venn Diagram to solve problems involving the size of sets

Collected HW Self-Assessment #2 (Assignments 2 - 6)

Students in Periods 1 and 2 (only) completed the Chapter 7 Reflection WS

Students were given worktime to complete WS 7G Part 2

WS 7G Part 2

Solutions

       
Monday, 12/17/18 quiz day

Chapter 7 Quiz

none
Tuesday, 12/18/18 I can solve experimental probability problems

Chapter 9 Unit Assignment Sheet

9A Notes

 9A.1 (p. 260) #1, 2
 

9A.2 (p. 264) #1, 2

Use the key in the back of the textbook to check solutions, but be sure to show the quotient that you used to determine the decimal answer; that's showing your work.

Wednesday, 12/19/18 I can determine the sample space for an experiment 9B Notes

9B (p. 266) #1, 2abc, 3abc

Use the key in the back of the textbook to check solutions, but be sure to show the quotient that you used to determine the decimal answer; that's showing your work.

Thursday, 12/20/18 I can solve theoretical probability problems

9C Notes

HW Self-Assessment #3     (Assignment 7 from Chapter 7 and Assignments 1-2 from Chapter 9)

 
 9C.1 (p. 268-269) #1, 2, 6

9C.2 (p. 270) #3

9C.3 (p. 271) #2, 3

Use the key in the back of the textbook to check solutions, but be sure to show the quotient that you used to determine the decimal answer; that's showing your work.

Friday, 12/21/18  

Blast Day

Students will take a break from the Chapter 9 Unit today and do an unrelated activity

 
       

Monday, 1/7/19

I can distinguish independent events from dependent events, as well as calculate the probabilities of both types of compound events 9D Notes

9D.1 (p. 273) #1-3, 6

9D.2 (p. 274-275) #1, 2, 5

Solutions

Tuesday, 1/8/19 I can make tree diagrams to find sample spaces and probabilities, including for situations when there is replacement as well as when there is not replacement 9E and 9F Notes

9E (p. 277) #1-5

9F (p. 279-280) #1, 2, 7

Solutions

Wednesday, 1/9/19 review day Review Notes Quiz 9ABCDEF Review Packet
Thursday, 1/10/19 quiz day

late start

Quiz 9ABCDEF

none
Friday, 1/11/19 I can solve expected value problems, including those regarding fair games

HW Self-Assessment #4   (Assignments 3-6)

9G Notes

  9G.1 (p. 282) #1, 2, 4

9G.2 (p. 283 - 284) #3, 5

9G.3 (p. 284 - 285) #1, 2, 5

Solutions

       
Monday, 1/14/19 I can use Venn Diagrams to determine probabilities 9H Notes

9H (p. 287-288) #2, 3, 5, 7, 8, 9

Solutions

Tuesday, 1/15/19 I can use the Addition Law of Probability and mutually exclusive events to solve probability problems by relating the probabilities of two events, the probability of the intersection of the two events, and the probability of the union of the two events. 9I Notes

9I (p. 290) #1-5

Solutions

Wednesday, 1/16/19 I can solve conditional probability problems 9J Notes

9J (p. 291 - 293) #2-4, 7, 11, 12

Solutions

Thursday, 1/17/19 I can solve independent events probability problems 9K Notes

9K (p. 294 - 295) #1-3, 6

Solutions

Friday, 1/18/19 review day

HW Self-Assessment #5   (Assignments 7-11)

Students will have time in class to complete the Chapter 9 Review Packet

Chapter 9 Review Packet

Solutions

       
Monday, 1/21/19  

no school (MLK Day)

 
Tuesday, 1/22/19 finals day

Finals Day (Periods 2 and 3)

Students will turn in their Chapter 9 Note Packet

Chapter 9 Test

none
Wednesday, 1/23/19 finals day

Finals Day (Periods 1, 5, and 7)

Students will turn in their Chapter 9 Note Packet

Chapter 9 Test

none
Thursday, 1/24/19  

no school

(Teachers' Professional Development Day)

 
Friday, 1/25/19  

no school

Teachers' Grading Day

End of Quarter 2