**Week of May 21-May 25--EOG Review**

5/21--Review Number System questions (mostly without calculator). Notes

5/22--Review Expressions, Equations, Inequalities (mostly with calculator). Notes

5/23--Review Ratios and Percents. Notes

5/24--Review Geometry and Statistics. Notes

5/25--SS NCFE today. Relax during 8th period. No 7th period.

**Week of May 14-May 18--LAST QUIZ for a grade (last grade)**

5/14--Understand parts of circles (radius, diameter, center, circumference) and understand how to use the circumference formula and a rearranged circle to find the formula for the area of a circle. Notes

5/15--Practice finding area and circumference of circles in application problems. Notes

5/16--Due to Teacher Rally, no school today.

5/17--Find area and perimeter/circumference of shapes with polygons and circles. Notes

5/18--QUIZ finding area and circumference of circles/shapes with circles. This is the last quiz for this elective, since it is the last 6+ objective to learn.

**Week of May 7-May 11**

5/7--Take notes on types of angles (acute, right, obtuse, straight) and angle relationships (complementary, supplementary, adjacent, vertical). Play these online games to practice the relationship between complementary and supplementary angles.

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5/8--Practice vertical and adjacent angle relationships. Review supplementary and complementary angle relationships. Play this online game to review all four relationships.

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5/9--Do a paper/pencil practice of angle relationships. Notes

5/10--Review angle relationships by making posters showing each relationship and how to use it to find a missing angle. Notes

5/11--Angle relationships QUIZ.

**Week of April 30-May 4**

4/30--Calculate simple interest and balance using the equation: I=prt, knowing what each variable represents in the problem, and knowing that balance is the combination of money (principal and interest). Notes

5/1--Calculate percent of change, using the proportion: difference/original = %/100. Review simple interest. Notes

5/2--Calculate percent of error, using the proportion: difference/actual (correct) = %/100. Review percent of change and simple interest. Notes

5/3--Review the 3 big ideas this week for the quiz tomorrow: simple interest, percent of error, and percent of change. Prepare for the quiz tomorrow! No notes today--the review game was in the hallway not electronic.

5/4--QUIZ 7.RP.3--simple interest, percent of change and percent of error.

**Week of April 23-27**

4/23--Review 6th grade percent questions. Understand how to use a percent proportion to solve percent word problems ( part/whole = %/100). Notes

4/24--Solve single step or two-step $ percent applications--tax, tip, discount, commission, mark-up. Notes

4/25--Solve multi-step $ percent applications (you buy a shirt for x, it is 20% off, tax is 6.5%, what will you pay?). Notes

4/26--Review percent proportions and $ percent applications to be ready for the QUIZ tomorrow. Notes

4/27--QUIZ this week (7.RP.3)--percent proportion and $ applications (tax, tip, discount, commission, markup--single step and multi-step).

**Week of April 16-20**

4/16--Determine if 2 ratios or a table or a graph are proportional. Quizzes returned in 7th period and reviewed. Quizzes finished in 8th period. Notes

4/17--Set up proportions and solve to find the missing values. Notes

4/18--Find the constant of proportionality from equations, tables and graphs; write an equation to represent the table or graph. Notes

4/19--Find constant of proportionality and use it to compare tables, graphs and equations. Write equations for tables and graphs. Notes

4/20--QUIZ 7.RP.2--determine if ratios or tables of values or graphs are proportional, set up and solve proportions, determine constant of proportionality from equations, graphs, or tables, write an equation for a table or graph using constant of proportionality, compare tables or graphs using constant of proportionality

**Week of April 9-13**

4/9--Day 1 Intro to elective. Notes

4/10--Find unit rates with fractions. Notes

4/11--Find unit rates with fractions and find matching ratios. Notes

4/12--Find unit rates with fractions and find matching ratios in tables or situations. Notes

4/13--QUIZ 7.RP.1