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TEACHER NAME: Ben McCray ROOM: WEEK BEGINNING: Mar. 19  23


6^{th} Math

7^{th} Math

8^{th} Math

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Lesson 8.1 Points, Lines, Segments, and Rays. We will begin introducing geometric concepts to the 6^{th} graders beginning with the most important terms and how to properly name them when identifying these terms.
Hw. pg 375 #1 – 31

Lesson 8.6 The Pythagorean Theorem. We will take right triangles and solve for the hypotenuse or leg by using the theorem and plugging in the known side lengths.
Hw. pg 434 #1 – 18

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Lesson 8.2 Angles. We will introduce angles to the class and I’ll have them watch a khan academy clip on how to measure angles. We will also classify angles by terms such as acute, right, obtuse and straight and learn perpendicular.
Hw. pg 381 #1 – 18

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Lesson 7.3 Exponents and Division. We will go over all the power rules for exponents and how to simplify exponents of the same base through division.
Hw. Worksheet





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Continue Lesson 8.6 The Pythagorean Theorem. We will take right triangles and solve for the hypotenuse or leg by using the theorem and plugging in the known side lengths. ONLINE – That quiz
Hw. Thatquiz.org

Lesson 7.3 continued. We need more practice on the rules of division and simplification.
Hw. p. 379380 #140





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Lesson 8.3 Special Pairs of Angles. We will learn the terms complementary and supplementary, as well as vertical, congruent, interior and exterior as it pertains to angles.
Hw. pg 388 #1 – 20

Lesson 8.7 Three Dimensional Figures. Students will learn the terms involved such as base, edge, face and height. They will learn how to classify from prisms to cylinder to pyramid and so on.
Hw. p. 439 #112

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Lesson 7.4 Power Rules. We will go over all rules of powers like raising a power to another power, raising a product to a power and so on.
Hw. p. 385 #118, 3136

