November 30, 2017
Students will research the history of Macbeth in order to better understand the context of the play.
Students will identify the difference between permutations, combinations, and the fundamental counting principle
Students will created weighted measures in order to more accurately address multi-criteria decisions
- We did this worksheet
- and this one
- and this one
November 29, 2017
Students will research the history of Macbeth. Students will practice grammar in order to prepare for the SAT.
Students will distinguish between permutation and combination. Students will use this differentiation in order to solve problems
- We did a warm-up
- Then we took notes
- Then we did this
- And this
- And this
Students will use various methods to compare unquantifiable ideas.
- We finally finished up this
- Then we did this to identify natural and constructed criteria
- Then we did this to figure out how natural and constructed criteria interact
- Then we did this to figure out how to compare natural and constructed criteria
November 28, 2017
Students will discuss themes of Macbeth. Students will also research history of the time.
- We got into groups and did this
- Then we got going on this Webquest
- Students will practice basic counting rules in probability
- We took a pre-test
- We then took some notes
- Then we did this and this
Students will research comparable prices on various items in order to identify and manipulate unquantifiable data points
November 14, 2017
Students will prove their knowledge of polynomials
- We did a quick review
- Then we took a test of the Polynomials unit
- Then everyone handed everything in
Students will revise their written essays in order to state the information orally.
- For the Speech Outline: two copies printed (one for me and one for you) at the end of the hour tomorrow, 11/14. If you want to do some sort of extra credit (PowerPoint, pictures, graphs, etc.), you’ll have to make that available somehow on my computer. Speeches will be Wednesday and Thursday.
- For the Action Step Write-Up: Three paragraphs stapled to any proof of what you did (notes from a supervisor, pictures, emails, phone calls, etc.) by the time you walk in on Wednesday, 11/15.
- For the Reflection Step Write-Up: It’s an essay, not just seven answers to seven questions. You will have about one hour to finish it on Final Exam Day, so you should get it started beforehand.
- For the Essay Rewrite: I need the old one and the new one to see what you changed by Final Exam Day.
I’ll also have a Final Exam Review
for you, if you don’t have a clear memory of Night