Grade 6, Math Grades 5-8: Mr. Frank Sauro

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Class Notices and Classwork for Monday, March 23rd

Posted on March 22, 2020

MATH 6

We will be learning how to prove if two ratios from a proportion.  We will review equivalent ratios.  Information for the lesson is found on page 145 in the Magenta workbook.  Have that ready, along with your math workbook.  I will be giving notes and example problems, so you will need your notebook.
Yes, write a heading.
The topic/aim is Proving That Two Ratios Form a Proportion
I will start class at 8:00 by asking you to respond to “Are you present?” You must respond by typing your name and then “Present.”  This will count for attendance on Option C.
The same rules for beginning of class also apply to Religion and Writing.
Looking forward to tomorrow’s class at 8:00 am.

 

RELIGION 6

We will be going over the days of The Triduum — But this time, I will be giving you notes which you will eventually need for a test (online). You will need your Religion workbook and, even though we didn’t use a notebook before, you will need to keep notes somewhere for Religion. (You can use part of your Writing notebook). We will also silently say prayers and offer intentions.  All work, questions, etc. are TYPED and shared with the class.
We will begin by reviewing, starting on page 236 in your workbook.
Class begins at 1:00 pm.  I will start class by asking you to respond to “Are you present?” You must respond by typing your name and then “Present.”
“Talk” to you tomorrow.

 

WRITING 6

I will start class at 2:00 by asking you to respond to “Are you present?”  You must respond by typing your name and then “Present.”  We will begin a NEW Persuasive Essay assignment.  This will be done piece-by-piece.  Tomorrow, you will use class time to complete the Brainstorming paper.  This part of the assignment will be due on Thursday.  Then on Thursday, you will start writing your draft. THINK about possible topics that people have strong opinions on, choose a side, and convince your audience that you are right.  You will need to use one internet resource to prove your point.  One example is the recent plastic bag ban.  In light of the current virus situation, should this stay in place, as people are now using their bags (which could have germs on them) from home?
No assignment is due tomorrow.  Just think about it.
Class is at 2:00 tomorrow.

 

MATH 8

We will be learning how to find slope and y-intercept.  Information for the lesson is found on page 118 in Buckle Down workbook.  Have that ready, along with your math notebook.  I will be giving notes and example problems, so you will need your notebook.
Yes, write a heading.
The topic/aim is Linear Functions.  I will start class at 10:00 by asking you to respond to “Are you present?” You must respond by typing your name and then “Present.”
All responses will be shared with the class and will be typed.  There is no voice or video.
Mr. Tudda will also be monitoring our classes and text responses.  Let’s make him proud.

MATH 5

We will be learning how to divide decimals by moving the decimal points.  Information for the lesson is found on pages 214-217 in the Blue Sadlier workbook.  Have that ready, along with your math notebook.  I will be giving notes and example problems, so you will need your notebook.
Yes, write a heading.
The topic/aim is Dividing Decimals with Moving the Decimal Point in the Divisor and Dividend.
I will start class at 11:00 by asking you to respond to “Are you present?”  You must respond by typing your name and then “Present.”
All responses will be shared with the class and will be typed.  There is no voice or video.
Mr. Tudda will also be monitoring our classes and text responses.  Let’s make him proud!
Mr. Sauro

Math 6 Classwork Due on Friday, March 20th

Posted on March 19, 2020

Math 6

Use the magenta-colored Sadlier workbook . page 143 # 11-28 Proportions
page 144 # 7-18 and # 19-21 Unit Rates
You may do these either in the workbook and send a picture to me, in your notebook and send a picture to me, or on a word file through google docs.
You MUST show all work and steps to earn a 100 grade.
Please look over the model problems at the top of the workbook pages as well as your notes to help you solve the problems.

 

5th Grade Math Classwork Due on Friday, March 20th

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Math 5

Use the Blue Sadlier workbook. Complete page 256 # 11-16 (Don’t use models, just divide the numbers)
page 257 #1-17
Look at the top of the page to review how to move the decimal points. Also, look over your notes and problems we did in your notebooks.
You MUST do this work in your notebook, then upload it (you can take a picture) as a google doc and send it through google classroom. Remember that you MUST show all work and steps for each problem to earn a 100 grade.
Wish we were all in class, but I can still comment on your work.

Math 8 Classwork Due on Friday, March 20th

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Math 8

Read pages 112-113 to review what we previously learned in class,
page 115 # 8-13; page 116 # 14-17; page 117 Explain why the first graph represents a linear function and why the second graph represents a non-linear function.
This must be done in your workbook and you MUST show any work in order to receive a high grade. Please send through google classroom by taking a picture of the pages. Mr. Tudda as well as I will view this page and your work.
Hope you are all doing well. How amazed are you that I can actually do this!

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