Assignments 4/28

April 28, 2017

Coding:

Students will begin text coding

  • Everyone is signed up at CodeHS
  • Everyone should be in section 8 (section 9 would be best) by Monday

Algebra 2:

Students will begin Sequences by recognizing patterns and limits of patterns


Assignments 4/27

April 27, 2017

Coding:

Students will be introduced to Text Coding

  • Everyone should’ve signed up for CodeHS.com
  • 1st hour class code: 690D
  • 5th hour class code: 6252E

The first half of the unit should take about two hours.  The rest takes a while

Algebra 2:

Students will prove their knowledge of various parts of measure of central tendency and dispersion

  • We did a little review
  • Then we started the test
  • We’ll finish the test tomorrow
  • ALL work should be turned in tomorrow as well

Assignments 4/26

April 26, 2017

Coding:

Students will be introduced to Text Coding

  • Everyone should’ve signed up for CodeHS.com
  • 1st hour class code: 690D
  • 5th hour class code: 6252E

The first half of the unit should take about two hours.  The rest takes a while

Algebra 2:

Students will review various parts of measure of central tendency and dispersion


Assignments 4/25

April 25, 2017

Coding:

Students will prove their knowledge of Intermediate Block Coding

  • Everyone should finish up their Assessment – it’s due at 11:59:59 tonight.  Everyone was given two hours in class

Algebra 2:

Students will delve deeper into normal curves, standard deviation, and z-scores

  • We did this worksheet
  • Then we did this one
  • We’ll start reviewing a bit tomorrow.  I’m thinking test Friday (maybe Thursday, depending on how fast we get through the review)

Assignments 4/24

April 24, 2017

Coding:

Students will prove their knowledge of Intermediate Block Coding

  • Everyone started on the Unit Test
  • It’s due tomorrow (you can work on it as much as you want outside of class)

Algebra 2:

Students will use their knowledge of dispersion to use standard deviation

  • We did this worksheet
  • And we took notes

Assignments 4/21

April 21, 2017

Coding:

Students will finish Intermediate Block coding

  • Finish the “Suggestions and Fixes” (it’s due before Monday)
  • Finish the “I Like Mine Better”. You can do this by yourself or in a pair (it’s due before Monday)
  • Start on the “Unit Assessment”. It’s due on Tuesday.  You’ll need a partner.
  • We’ll start the next unit next week

Algebra 2:

Students will connect deviation with variance


Assignments 4/20

April 20, 2017

Coding:

Students will finish Intermediate Block coding

  • Finish the “Suggestions and Fixes” (it’s due before Monday)
  • Finish the “I Like Mine Better”. You can do this by yourself or in a pair (it’s due before Monday)
  • Start on the “Unit Assessment”. It’s due on Tuesday.  You’ll need a partner.
  • We’ll start the next unit next week

Algebra 2:

Students will connect box-and-whiskers plots with the types of data it needs


Assignments 4/19

April 19, 2017

Coding:

Students will concisely explain a program they have created and will debug

  • Everyone who hasn’t started on the “Suggestions and Fixes” should be started on it by now
  • When that’s done, finish “I Like Mine Better”
  • Tomorrow I’ll open up the “Unit Assessment”. It’ll take a couple days.
  • I plan on starting the next unit on Monday

Algebra 2:

Students will prove their knowledge of rationals

  • We took a test

Assignments 4/18

April 18, 2017

Coding:

Students will concisely explain a program they have created and will debug

  • “Debug It” and “10 Blocks” are due today sometime on Google Classroom
  • We started on the “Suggestions and Fixes”

Algebra 2:

Students will shore-up any holes in their knowledge of rationals


Assignments 4/17

April 17, 2017

Coding:

Students will use their block coding skills to debug and make creative decisions.

  • Do the “Debug It!” assignment on Google Classroom
  • Do the more creative “10 Blocks” assignment.
  • Do the “Suggestions and Fixes” assignment. You’ll need a partner.

Algebra 2:

Students will use asymptote information to graph rational functions