**Daily Math Activities**

*7.RP.3 Use proportional relationships to solve multi-step ratio and percent problems.*

**Monday, November 9, 2015**

- Turn in the homework: Proportion Problems.
- Bell work
- More problem solving with proportions. Complete the back side of the homework paper.
- Scavenger hunt. Solve proportions as you move around the room to determine the correct order of the letters.

**Tuesday, November 10, 2015**

- Check the answers to the Proportion Scavenger Hunt
- Work in groups to create the proportional recipe.
- Complete the exercise to determine equivalent measurement units.
- Measurement Conversions
- Make metric and US Customary conversions. Use tools to check our work. (meter stick, ml/ounces)
- Complete the Measurement Conversions Practice Homework.

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**Wednesday, November 11, 2015**

- Check the homework.
- More practice with conversions.
- More practice with solving problems using proportions to determine equivalent scale drawings.
- Practice for the quiz tomorrow.

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**Thursday, November 12, 2015**

- Check the homework as we review for the quiz.
- Take the quiz over solving proportions and conversions.
- Percents......... How can we use our proportions strategy to solve problems using percent?

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**Friday, November 13, 2015**

Today, we will get to hear Veterans' day speakers.

**Daily Science Activities**

*7.ESS.2 Therm energy transfers in the ocean and the atmosphere contribute to the formation of currents, which influence global climate patterns. (Prerequisite knowledge: Density)*

**Monday, November 9, 2015**

- Turn in homework: Math in Science: Density.
- Bell Work
- Go over the homework and practice density.
- Complete the back side called "Convection: Response Sheet".

Complete the back side of page 36 called Convection: Response.

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**Tuesday, November 10, 2015**

- Check the homework: Convection Response.
- Bell Work: Density Practice.
- Discuss how density is a constant as a ratio.
- Read the article called Density and answer the questions as you go.

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**Wednesday, November 11, 2015**

- Turn in the homework: Density questions.
- How does temperature affect density? View the FOSS Multimedia demo of molecules moving as heat is added.
- Make predictions.
- Complete the lab activity: Layering Hot and Cold.
- Finish the lab questions for homework.

Finish the questions on the lab sheet.

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**Thursday, November 12, 2015**

1. Add notes to the back of the lab sheet page 38.

2. Infer: Where would you place the bottom of your straw inside a glass of ice water to get the coldest sip of water?

3. Watch the video of the melting green ice cube to determine if your prediction was correct. Explain.

4. Take notes on notebook paper that we placed at page #39 called

**Density as a Constant**.

HOMEWORK: Group D: Science News is due tomorrow!

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**Friday, November 13, 2015**

Listen to the Veteran's Day Speakers.

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