Secrets, Lies, and Algebra OBOS Guide.docx

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5) Name a street parallel to the street our school in on. 6) Name a street that is perpendicular to the street our school is on. 7) Why does Tess know that Mr. Wright will never end up on the corner of Harrison and Webster? Chapter 12 - A Complete Circle Watch this video and answer the questions below. 1) Write 2 things you learned from the video. 2) Sketch the path of a boomerang. 3) How does Tess relate what happens in chapter 12 to the path of a boomerang? Literacy Activity - Have students fold a piece of paper in fourths horizontally and vertically so they will have 16 “boxes” when they unfold the paper. Have students find 4 words in the book (can be from chapters 1 - 12) that were unfamiliar to them. Write the words in the boxes in the first
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column on the paper. Look up the definition of each word in a dictionary or online. Write the definitions in the 2nd column, use the word in a sentence in the 3rd column, and illustrate the word in the fourth column. (Dictionaries can be checked out from the media center.) See example below: Word Definition Sentence Illustration Quivery (page 92) The act of trembling or shaking. My hands get quivery when I am nervous. Discussion/Journal Activity - Have you ever had to face something that “came back to you” in a complete circle? Describe that situation.
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Day 6 Read pages 94-108 Chapter 13 - The Number Line Chapter 14 - Prime Numbers Activities Math Activities Chapter 13 - The Number Line Graph the following numbers on a number line. You can graph all of them on 1 number line or draw multiple number lines. 1) 10 2) -72 3) -.25 4) ¾ 5) √16 Reread Tess’ description of the BART subway line on pages 96 - 97 and place the stops on a number line. Chapter 14 - Prime Numbers Complete the questions below: 1) What is a prime number. 2) Give an example of a number that is not prime and prove why it isn’t. 3) Watch this video on the Sieve of Erastosthenes and use this method to find the prime numbers below. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 Literacy Activity - Create or continue the character tree map from the day 1 activity. If students started a character tree map on day one, they can add new characters we’ve “met” since then and add to the list of characteristics
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from day one. Discussion/Journal Activity - How did Mr. Wright discover something went wrong with the tests? Do you think the state tests are given too much importance in the curriculum? Do these tests make you nervous?
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Day 7 Read pages 109-127 Chapter 15 - One More DNE Chapter 16 - Imaginary Numbers Activities Math Activities Chapter 15 - One More DNE Which equation below has no solution and why not? 3x + 6 = 3x + 6 3x + 5 = 2x + 6 3x + 7 = 3x + 2 Chapter 16 - Imaginary Numbers Evaluate each expressions below. Is there more than one answer to any of the expressions? Why or why not? √4 √25 √49 √-9 Literacy Activity - Write some important numbers in your life and write a paragraph explaining why they are important. Discussion/Journal Activity - Option 1 - Is there a problem in your life right now that does not have a solution? Explain.
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