Secrets, Lies, and Algebra OBOS Guide.docx

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Option 2 - Describe a situation/thing that you cannot see but you can imagine.
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Day 8 Read pages 128-152 Chapter 17 - The Additive Property of Equality Chapter 18 - Extraneous Solutions Activities Math Activities Chapter 17 - The Additive Property of Equality Solve each equation and answer the questions below. 1) 3x - 5 = 19 2) 3x - 7 = 2x + 1 3) What did you do to each side of the first equation? Why? 4) What did you do differently in the second equation? Why? Chapter 18 - Extraneous Solutions What are extraneous solutions? (see Tess’ description on page 151 or watch this video .) Why can’t the denominator = 0? Literacy Activity - Parts of Speech Scavenger Hunt Find at least one example in the book for each of the following parts of speech: 1) Common noun 2) Proper noun 3) Verb 4) Adjective 5) Adverb 6) Pronoun 7) Preposition Discussion/Journal Activity - Reread Tess’ description of an extraneous solution on page 151. Describe a time in your life when you misinterpreted information or a situation and the answer to your “problem” that you thought was correct was actually an extraneous solution.
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Day 9 Read pages 153 - 173 Chapter 19 - Asymptotes, Non-Euclidean Geometry, and Other Things I Didn’t Learn Yet Chapter 20 - Lines and Line Segments Activities Math Activities Chapter 19 - Asymptotes, Non-Euclidean Geometry, and Other Things I Didn’t Learn Yet Option 1- Watch the beginning of this video and define an asymptote. Draw an example. Option 2 - Watch this video on Non-Euclidean Geometry Chapter 20 - Lines and Line Segments Draw an example of each of the following and give a life example that can be represented by each. Life example of a line segment: School Year - 8/28/2017 6/8/2018 1) Line 2) Line Segment 3) Ray Literacy Activity - Create a plot diagram for this book. You can follow the example below.
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Discussion/Journal Activity - What numbers in your life are constant (never change)? Hint: Your birthdate. Which values in your life need to be represented with a variable? Why?
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Day 10 Read pages 174 - 183 Chapter 21 - Exponents Chapter 22 - Infinity Activities !!! The literacy activity is required today, instead of a math activity!!! Also, please give any collected student work from OBOS activities to Mrs. Hill. Exemplar work will be added to the OBOS video and hall display. Math Activities Chapter 21 - Exponents - Option 1 - Write the following as exponents: 1) 34 x 34 x 34 x 34 2) 239 x 239 x 239 x 239 x 239 3) ½ x ½ 4) 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 Option 2 - Solve the exponents. 1) 0 20 2) 10 7 3) 3 3 4) ½ 2 Option 3 - Simplify each expression. 1) X 5 x 6 g 2) x 20 /x 3 Chapter 22 - Infinity - Define this symbol: How is it used in math?
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Literacy Activity - Each class is expected to produce one Google presentation slide stating lessons learned from Secrets, Lies, and Algebra . Include at least one math lesson and at least one life lesson learned. The slide should be shared with Mrs. Hill. When sharing the slide, please give her editing rights. Slides are due to Mrs. Hill by the end of the day today. The slides will be added to a OBOS video to be shown next week. Discussion/Journal Activity - Now that you have finished the book, what symbols would you assign to your best friends? Family members? Teachers?
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