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FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 2019
TODAY WE STARTED CLASS BY DOING #14 ON YESTERDAY'S PRACTICE EXAM, WE CORRECTED THIS AND THEN #s 1-10.
STUDENTS THEN WORKED ON THE REST OF THE PRACTICE EXAM IN CLASS!
GOOD LUCK ON EXAMS NEXT WEEK...
Thursday, June 6, 2019
Today students finished the practice C1 "Battle of the Bands" that we started yesterday in class.
Homework tonight is to do #s 1 to 10 on practice exam #3 that was handed out in class today!
Practice C1 started in class today, finding the number of people of each VENUE is to be finished for homework!
We will finish the C1 in class tomorrow.
Tuesday, June 4, 2018
Bell work is below, PERCENT & PROPORTION.
Next we corrected #s 1 to 10, looked at the common errors and discussed the more challenging questions.
Students worked on the application questions from the practice exam, 3 word problems are due for tomorrow.
Monday, June 3 "PRACTICE EXAM #7 MULTIPLE CHOICE AND SHORT ANSWER IN CLASS"
HOMEWORK IS TO COMPLETE up to #10 on the practice exam.
***MEMORY AID WILL BE MARKED THIS WEEK, WORTH 5% OF TERM 3***
Thursday, May 30 &Friday, May 31 "C2 ASSESSMENT"
Homework was the probability pages on wb pp 183 + 185 + 186
Today we start class with the following bell work in the picture below.
Once done we corrected the 3 questions and then reviewed the practice exam from yesterday.
Homework tonight is 6 multiple choice from workbook pages 224 + 225 + 226.
Tuesday, May 27, 2019
Continue practice exam: word problems today and t omorrow.
C2 End of term assessment on Thursday & Friday this week!
MEMORY AID SHOULD BE READY FOR THE ASSESSMENT!!!
Monday, May 26, 2019
Practice Exam: 6 multiple choice + 4 short answer question, then we correct.
Homework was pages 211+212+213
Thursday & Friday, May 23 + 24, 2019
C1 Assessment today and tomorrow in math class.
If done early the students will work on practice exam #3, workbook pages 198 to 202, these are due for MONDAY!
***STUDENTS SHOULD BE UPDATING & FINISHING THEIR MEMORY AIDS FOR EXAMS***
Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Today we started class by finishing the PROBABILITY OF A BLUE MARBLE question from yesterday. This focused on calculating the probability of various outcomes involving a BLUE marble on the first or second draw in a compound random experiment.
Next we reviewed the important probability terms from yesterday, we used slide 47 for this discussion:
Homework tonight is workbook pages 181 + 182, students should also be working on their memory aid for end of year exams... only 12 more school days until exam begin!
Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Today we start class with the 'Lost my marbles' slide from the powerpoint.
Students worked on this for 5-10 minutes, then we discussed and corrected it. Question #5 will be done at the start of class tomorrow!
Today 's lesson covered slides 36 to 45, lots of notes today and new probability terms to understand.
Homework is workbook pages 179 + 180!
Friday, May 17, 2019
Today we started class with 2 math puzzles that took about 10 minutes.
Next we corrected homework, workbook page 211.
Today's lesson covered slides 35+36, replacement and non-replacement in COMPOUND RANDOM EXPERIMENTS, we created trees to look at the options and then compared the 2 new concepts.
Homework is to do probability quiz corrections and workbook page 178!
ALSO, STUDENTS SHOULD BE UPDATING THEIR MEMORY AIDS FOR EXAMS!!!
Thursday, May 16, 2019
Today we start class with a PROBABILITY quiz.
Once done students worked on page 211, to be finished for homework tonight.
Today's PROBABILITY lesson covered slides 28 to 34, we talked about REPLACEMENT of items in random experiments.
Tuesday, May 14, 2019
Today is a work session math class, students are working on their first practice exam.
Workbook pages 203 to 210 are to be finished for Thursday's math class. Groups 812 & 815 miss math tomorrow for the carnival so that's why it's due for Thursday!!!
Monday, May 13, 2019
Today we start class with a PROBABILITY bell work where students are were creating simple and compound random experiments. They had to test out their experiments and write the OMEGA for each. Slide 25 in the PowerPoint!
Next we did a license plate question that focused on using the multiplication rule to count the number of possible outcomes. Slide 25 in the PowerPoint.
The last 15 minutes of class students worked on workbook page 177, to be finished for homework!
Friday, May 10, 2019
Today we covered slides 11 to 21, lots of discussion and examples of simple and compound random experiments demonstrations. Homework is to finish workbook page 175 + 176.
Thursday, May 9, 2019
Today we start PROBABILITY, we covered slides 1-10 in class and then students worked on workbook page 175 #s 1 to 4, to be finished for homework if not finished in class!
Unit 8 TEST today!
PROBABILITY STARTS TOMORROW...
Tuesday, May 7, 2019
Start class with a C4U today... then students will finish workbook pages 173+174, test tomorrow!
Memory aids should be updated.
Monday, May 6, 2019
Today we start class with a similar figure bell work [picture below].
Once done we corrected homework, workbook pages 168 + 169.
Today is a work session, workbook pages 170+171+172+173+174.
PAGES 170 to 172 are to be finished for homework!
***DILATATIONS TEST ON WEDNESDAY***
Thursday, May 2, 2019
Today we start class by doing workbook page 168.
We corrected homework, pages 166 + 167.
Today's lesson focussed on SIMILAR FIGURES, the properties of and how to determine if figures are similar.
Homework is workbook pages 168 + 169.
Wednesday, May 1, 2019
Today we start class by doing workbook page 166 to ensure the steps to construct a DILATATION are understood.
Our lesson today focuses on how to find the center of similarity if it is not given and how to find the RATIO of SIMILARITY if it is not given. Slide 15 was the only slide discussed today in class.
Workbook pages 166 & 167 are homework if not finished in class!
Tuesday, April 30, 2019
Today we start class by writing the notes on slide 9 and talking about the steps we take to create an accurate DILATATION and HOW TO SHOW THE WORK [refer to slide 10 or 11 or 12 to see examples.
We covered slides 9 to 14, students wrote the notes from slides 13 & 14 in their notes or on their memory aids.
Last 15 minutes students worked on workbook pages 164 +165, to be finished for homework if not finished in class!
Monday, April 29, 2019
Today we start UNIT 8: DILATATIONS, we covered slides 1 to 8 in class, homework is workbook page 163.
Friday, April 26, 2019
Today is a work session class, students are working on REVIEW QUESTIONS #1, workbook pages 188-192, do not do #s 4, 7 , 8, 9, 11, 18 [these are dilatation or probability questions which we haven't covered yet!
RQ#1 is homework for Monday if not finished in class!
Wednesday, April 24 & Thursday, April 25, 2019
C1 ASSESSMENT ALL CLASS EACH DAY!
Tuesday, April 23, 2019
A review class to be ready for the Wednesday/Thursday Situational.
Students worked on a a handout that had 7 questions. If done the handout they then worked on workbook page 232.
Wednesday, April 17, 2019
PRACTICE C1 TODAY ALL CLASS, this is to be finshed for Tuesday, April 23rd.
This is practice for next week's C1 ASSESSMENT, Wednesday & Thursday!
Tuesday, April 16, 2019+3+4 on the 3rd picture from Monday.
Today we started class by doing #s 2+3+4 in the RATE CONVERSION.
These were corrected and discussed.
Once done students worked on workbook pages 159+161+162, to be finished for homework!
Monday, April 15, 2019
Today we start class with a lateral surface area bell work, below in first picture.
Once done correcting the bell work we reviewed TIME skills and practiced converting, pictures 2 -3 below, we discussed time and then students completed the questions and we corrected the questions.
Homework tonight is #1 FROM THE 3rd PICTURE BELOW!
Friday, April 12, 2019
Today we started class with a cylinder prism bell work "VASE" question:
A vase in the shape of a cylinder is put in a box that is a rectangular prism. The bases of the vase touch the bases of the box and the lateral surface of the vase is adjacent to each of the sides of the box.
What is the total area of the box if the vase has a radius of 5 cm and a total area of 1 020.5 cm2?
Once done and corrected we talked about DECOMPOSABLE SOLIDS, students then worked on workbook page .