On Thursday, there will be a unit test over linear equations. It will be the last test for this quarter. It will cover proportional relationships, non-proportional relationships, constant of proportionality, unit rate, slope, y-intercept, slope-intercept form, graphing lines, and writing linear equations from graphs, tables, and scenarios. Use the links pages in the following folders of our Schoology course to review: “Proportional Relationships,” “Non-Proportional Relationships,” and “Writing Linear Equations.” IXL and this website also offer opportunities to review for the test.

### Monday, January 8

School closed due to inclement weather…plans moved to Tuesday

Common Core Standards and Extended Standards

8.EE.6 Understand the connections between proportional relationships, lines, and linear equations.

Create and solve ratios.

Represent proportional relationships.

Use ratios to solve real-world problems.

Ratios and proportional relationships can be used to determine unknown quantities.

8.F.4 Use functions to model relationships between quantities.

Specific input will yield specific output.

Compare/contrast two different input/output relationships.

Equations of linear and non-linear functions

Construct a linear graph using a table or equation.

Construct a linear graph as described verbally.

Student Objectives

Given a graphed line, an input/output table, or two ordered pairs, I can use a coordinate graph to determine slope.

I can classify positive, negative, zero, and undefined slopes.

I can write a linear equation to represent a graph, an input-output table, or a written scenario.

Bellwork

Students will complete *Math Minute 60*.

XtraMath challenge

Lesson (Graphing & Writing Linear Equations)

1. IXL trouble spots

2. Go over homework: “writing linear equations” worksheet

3. Demonstration and guided practice: “graphing linear equations” worksheet

4. Early bird: identifying y-intercept

5. Pass back papers. Organize binders.

6. Blended learning: IXL module 4/5 to-do list

7. Independent practice: finish “graphing linear equations” worksheet

Closing

exit ticket: slope-intercept form 2

Homework

Work on IXL modules 4/5 to-do list. It is due on Wednesday. There will also be an organization quiz and a journal check on Wednesday. Work on any incomplete items from the IXL module 7 and IXL module 3 to-do lists. There will be a unit test over linear equations on Thursday. The linear equations review worksheet is due on Thursday. Finish the “graphing linear equations” worksheet. It is due tomorrow.

Links

Use the links in the Schoology proportional relationships and non-proportional relationships folders to review linear equations.

### Tuesday, January 9

Common Core Standards and Extended Standards

8.EE.6 Understand the connections between proportional relationships, lines, and linear equations.

Create and solve ratios.

Represent proportional relationships.

Use ratios to solve real-world problems.

Ratios and proportional relationships can be used to determine unknown quantities.

8.F.4 Use functions to model relationships between quantities.

Specific input will yield specific output.

Compare/contrast two different input/output relationships.

Equations of linear and non-linear functions

Construct a linear graph using a table or equation.

Construct a linear graph as described verbally.

Student Objectives

Given a graphed line, an input/output table, or two ordered pairs, I can use a coordinate graph to determine slope.

I can classify positive, negative, zero, and undefined slopes.

I can write a linear equation to represent a graph, an input-output table, or a written scenario.

Bellwork

Students will complete *Math Minute 61*.

Flashcard Machine challenge: common core math vocabulary

Lesson (Word Problems)

1. IXL trouble spots

2. Go over homework.

3. Linear equations review

4. Guided notes and demonstration: “linear word problems” worksheet

5. Blended learning: IXL modules 4/5 to-do list

Closing

exit ticket: slope-intercept form 3

Homework

Work on IXL modules 4/5 to-do list. It is due on Wednesday. There will also be an organization quiz and a journal check on Wednesday. Work on any incomplete items from the IXL module 7 and IXL module 3 to-do lists. There will be a unit test over linear equations on Thursday. The linear equations review worksheet is due on Thursday.

Links

Use the links in the Schoology proportional relationships and non-proportional relationships folders to review linear equations.

### Wednesday, January 10

Common Core Standards and Extended Standards

8.EE.6 Understand the connections between proportional relationships, lines, and linear equations.

Create and solve ratios.

Represent proportional relationships.

Use ratios to solve real-world problems.

Ratios and proportional relationships can be used to determine unknown quantities.

8.F.4 Use functions to model relationships between quantities.

Specific input will yield specific output.

Compare/contrast two different input/output relationships.

Equations of linear and non-linear functions

Construct a linear graph using a table or equation.

Construct a linear graph as described verbally.

Student Objectives

Given a graphed line, an input/output table, or two ordered pairs, I can use a coordinate graph to determine slope.

I can classify positive, negative, zero, and undefined slopes.

Flashcard Machine challenge: common core math vocabulary

Bellwork

Students will complete *Math Minute 62*.

XtraMath

Lesson (Linear Equations Review)

1. Collect binders and journals.

2. IXL trouble spots

3. Go over homework.

4. Linear equations review

5.

Closing

Homework

Work on IXL modules 4/5 to-do list. Work on any incomplete items from the IXL module 7 and IXL module 3 to-do lists.

Links

Use the links in the Schoology proportional relationships and non-proportional relationships folders to review linear equations.

### Thursday, January 11

8.EE.6 Understand the connections between proportional relationships, lines, and linear equations.

Create and solve ratios.

Represent proportional relationships.

Use ratios to solve real-world problems.

Ratios and proportional relationships can be used to determine unknown quantities.

8.F.4 Use functions to model relationships between quantities.

Specific input will yield specific output.

Compare/contrast two different input/output relationships.

Equations of linear and non-linear functions

Construct a linear graph using a table or equation.

Construct a linear graph as described verbally.

Student Objectives

Given a graphed line, an input/output table, or two ordered pairs, I can use a coordinate graph to determine slope.

I can classify positive, negative, zero, and undefined slopes.

Bellwork

Students will complete *Math Minute 63*.

Flashcard Machine challenge: math vocabulary challenge

Lesson (Linear Equations Test)

1. Go over homework: linear equations review

2. Linear equations test

3. STAR math test

Closing

n/a

Homework

Work on IXL module 6 to-do list.

### Friday, January 12

**No school due to teacher in-service…No School on Monday**