• Math

    Name:  Ms. Mortimer
    Grade: 7th & 8th Grade Math
    Team: 7-4/8-4
    Phone Ext: 8214
    Room #14
     

     


    Supply List:

    2 inch binder with dividers (can be shared with Language Arts and Social Studies)

    3-subject notebook

    Agenda

    Pencils

    Red pens

    Blue/black pens

    Colored pencils

    Highlighter

    2 Dry Erase Markers

    Pencil Pouch

    Calculator (TI-34 recommended)


     
    Big Ideas Textbook
     
    Under the Students Tab and Parents Tab, you will find lots of great resources, such as a Skills Practice Book and a Game Closet filled with math games.
     
    To access the math book:
    Click the Blue Box - "Looking for Easy Access Materials."
    Click on the "Students" tab. (top right)
    Under "Easy Access Home Edition,"
    choose the program --> Common Core 2014 
    Click GO!
    Find the Regular Pathway books.
     
    8th Grade - click on the BLUE textbook
    7th Grade - click on the RED textbook
     
     
     
     
     

    8th Grade

    "Big Ideas"

     

    7th Grade

    "Big Ideas"


    Equations

    Transformations

    Angles and Triangles

    Graphing and Writing Linear Equations

    Systems of Linear Equations

    Functions

    Real Numbers and the Pythagorean Theorem

    Volume and Similar Solids

    Data Analysis and Displays

    Exponents and Scientific Notation

    Integers

    Rational Numbers

    Expressions and Equations

    Inequalities

    Ratios and Proportions

    Percents

    Construction and Scale Drawings

    Circles and Area

    Surface Area and Volume

    Probability and Statistics


     
     
     

    Extra Help with Mrs. Mortimer

    Room 14

    Extra help is offered each week.  The available days will be posted on the board on Monday for each week.  Students must sign-up on the Extra Help Board one day prior to staying after-school.  Students should either turn in the team permission slip or bring a permission slip when they stay.
      

     

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