Patrick T Estlow

estlowpt@pwcs.edu

 

6/9/2020 Week Eight Virtually
updated 6/8/2020  10PM
This week we are focusing on reviewing slope

To assist you in finding the work or with many other resources here is a link to Ms. Kinnaman webpage too.

https://hamptonms.pwcs.edu/class_pages/8th_grade/8_t_h_special_education___e_s_o_l/elizabeth_kinnaman_-_e_l_l

Check the Useful Links page to access links to very short videos breaking down the skills you are practicing.(If you need help) 

Remember IXL login put @ghms   after your login number or email if you are having trouble

Have your email open when you are doing any IXL practice then if I notice you making mistakes I can send you help. Even if its not during are math class hours on Tuesday. I don't want you to get frustrated and give up.


THESE ARE THE IXL STRANDS TO PRACTICE (please try and get at least an 80% in each)

Y.1 Find the slope of a graph
Y.4 Slope-intercept form: find the slope and y intercept

SOL Obectives Covered (All objectives line up to that number in IXL)
Please email me if you don't know your IXL information!!!!!!!

Quarter O
ne
SOL 8.1 Compare and Order Real Numbers
SOL 8.2 Describe the Subsets of the Real Numbers
SOL 8.3 a,b Estimate and Determine the 2 Consecutive Whole Numbers a square root lies.
Determine the positive and negative square roots of a perfect square.
SOL 8.4 Solving Practical Problems Involving Consumer Math
SOL 8.14 a Evaluate Algebraic Expression
SOL 8.9a Verify the Pythagorean Theorem
SOL 8.9b Apply the Pythagorean Theorem

Quarter Two
SOL 8.5 Angle Relations and there measurements
SOL 8.7 Transformations of Polygons
SOL 8.8 Construct 3D Model
SOL 8.10 Area and Perimeter Composite/Shaded
SOL 8.6a Solve Volume and Surface Area of Cone and Square Based Pyramid
SOL 8.6b Change Dimension of Rectangle Prism and Affects to Volume or Surface Area

Quarter Three
SOL 8.14 Simplify Algebraic Expressions with one variable
SOL 8.17 Solve Linear Equations with variable on one or both sides
SOL 8.18 Solve Linear Inequalities with variables on one or both sides
SOL 8.15a Determine whether a relation is a function
SOL 8.15b Determine the domain and range of a function
SOL 8.16a-e SLOPE

Quarter Four
SOL 8.13 a Represent Data in a Scatterplot
SOL 8.13b Make Observations about Scatterplot
SOL 8.13c Insert the line of best Fit into Scatterplot
SOL 8.12a Represent numerical data in a boxplot
SOL 8.12b Make Observations and Inferences about boxplots
SOL 8.12c Compare and analyze two data sets in using boxplots.
SOL 8.11a Compare and Contrast Probability of Independent and Dependent Events
SOL 8.11b Determine Probability of Independent and Dependent Events.


AS OF 3/20/20 ALL QUARTER THREE MATERIAL HAS BEEN COVERED. ALL TOPICS CAN BE REVIEWED USING STUDY ISLAND OR IXL. I RECOMMEND IXL AS THE PROGRAM ADJUSTS DIFFICULTY DEPENDING ON ACCURACY. I DO GET EMAILS AND THERE ARE GRAPHS TO SHOW USAGE AND ON WHAT STRANDS!! WHEN YOU PRACTICE I WILL BE MONITORING AND SENDING YOU EMAILS, PLEASE CHECK YOUR EMAIL.

ALL INFORMATION ABOUT CLASS WILL BE POSTED HERE.


Online Office Hours

Monday - Friday
8:00-3:00

I understand if these times don't work, please send an email whenever if out of office hours and I will try to respond quickly. I really miss all of you and please don't hesitate to reach out.
Many students have reached out and I am able to reply very quickly no matter what. Also found a great way to teach so if you are stuck ask a question and I can send you a link. Any links I send will be posted in the useful links page.



Class Description:

Prince William County Public Schools is pleased to provide you with a list of the mathematics objectives for grade 8. These are the same as the eighth grade Standards of Learning (SOLs) set by the State of Virginia. Students in this course will take the Grade 8 SOL test in the spring.

The content of the mathematics standards supports the following five goals for students:

  • becoming mathematical problem solvers,
  • communicating mathematically both orally and in writing,
  • reasoning mathematically,
  • making mathematical connections, and
  • representing ideas mathematically.

     Concepts are introduced and developed through the use of various models and representations. Students apply the concepts and skills through a wide variety of problem-solving experiences. Instruction in the process of problem solving is integrated early and continually throughout the mathematics curriculum strands.

    The Prince William County Curriculum contains six content strands:

  • Number and Number Sense
  • Computation and Estimation
  • Measurement
  • Geometry
  • Probability and Statistics
  • Patterns, Functions, and Algebra