Daily Math Class Activities
7.SP.7a: Develop a uniform probability model by assigning equal probability to
all outcomes, and use the model to determine probabilities of events.
7.SP.8: Find probabilities of compound events using organized listen, tables,
tree diagrams, etc.
7.SP.6: Predict the approximate relative frequency, given the probability.
7.SP.8c: Design and use a simulation to generate frequencies for compound events.
7.SP.8b: Represent sample spaces for compound events using methods such as
organized lists, tables and tree diagrams.
Monday, March 7, 2016
Lesson 13.2
1. Check the homework Lesson 13.1 worksheet.
2. Review the activities from Friday. Complete the Quick Check.
3. Use theoretical probability to play the card game.
Determine your theoretical probability at each turn.
4. Did knowing the theoretical probability make you more successful at the game?
5. How does this apply to more complicated compound events?
Work through the Explore activities on pages 405407.
6. Practice.
7. Homework worksheet.

Tuesday, March 8, 2016
Lesson 13.3
1. Check the homework Lesson 13.2 worksheet.
2. Complete the Quick Check.
3. Use theoretical probability of compound events to play the dice game.
Determine the theoretical probability at each turn.
4. Did knowing the theoretical probability make you more successful at the game?
5. How can we use theoretical probability to make predictions?
Work through the Explore activities on pages 411413.
6. Practice.
7. Homework worksheet.

Wednesday, March 9, 2016
Lesson 13.4
1. Check the homework Lesson 13.3 worksheet.
2. Complete the Quick Check.
3 Use the strategy of making predictions to play the card game "Quit or Dare".
4. How can we use technology to make a prediction?
5. Work through the Explore activities on pages 417420.
We will need to model the randomly generated numbers with an app.
6. Practice.
7. Complete pages 423424.

Thursday, March 10, 2016
Review Module 13.
1. Check the homework.
2. Play the card and dice games as review of theoretical and experimental probabilities.
3. Work on pages 425428 to review for Unit 6.
4. Homework: Complete the Review Packet in preparation for the test.
Check your answers when you are done. Review Packet Study Guide Answers

Friday, March 11, 2016
1. Check the homework Study Guide.
2. Review.
3. Unit 6 Test.
4. Begin the vocabulary activity. This is due next Tuesday.

Monday, March 14, 2016
1. Vocabulary review activity.
Continue to work on the vocabulary assignment explained on Friday.
2. Review worksheet.

Tuesday, March 15, 2016
1. Turn in the vocabulary assignment.
2. Quick check over yesterday's review.
3. Continue review.

Wednesday, March 16, 2016
1. Star Benchmark Test
2. Check over the review packet from yesterday.
3. Begin the SLO Study Guide.
HOMEWORK: Finish the SLO Study Guide.

Thursday, March 17, 2016
Go over the study guide and practice for the test tomorrow!

Friday, March 18, 2016
SLO Test.
Lesson 13.2
1. Check the homework Lesson 13.1 worksheet.
2. Review the activities from Friday. Complete the Quick Check.
3. Use theoretical probability to play the card game.
Determine your theoretical probability at each turn.
4. Did knowing the theoretical probability make you more successful at the game?
5. How does this apply to more complicated compound events?
Work through the Explore activities on pages 405407.
6. Practice.
7. Homework worksheet.

Tuesday, March 8, 2016
Lesson 13.3
1. Check the homework Lesson 13.2 worksheet.
2. Complete the Quick Check.
3. Use theoretical probability of compound events to play the dice game.
Determine the theoretical probability at each turn.
4. Did knowing the theoretical probability make you more successful at the game?
5. How can we use theoretical probability to make predictions?
Work through the Explore activities on pages 411413.
6. Practice.
7. Homework worksheet.

Wednesday, March 9, 2016
Lesson 13.4
1. Check the homework Lesson 13.3 worksheet.
2. Complete the Quick Check.
3 Use the strategy of making predictions to play the card game "Quit or Dare".
4. How can we use technology to make a prediction?
5. Work through the Explore activities on pages 417420.
We will need to model the randomly generated numbers with an app.
6. Practice.
7. Complete pages 423424.

Thursday, March 10, 2016
Review Module 13.
1. Check the homework.
2. Play the card and dice games as review of theoretical and experimental probabilities.
3. Work on pages 425428 to review for Unit 6.
4. Homework: Complete the Review Packet in preparation for the test.
Check your answers when you are done. Review Packet Study Guide Answers

Friday, March 11, 2016
1. Check the homework Study Guide.
2. Review.
3. Unit 6 Test.
4. Begin the vocabulary activity. This is due next Tuesday.

Monday, March 14, 2016
1. Vocabulary review activity.
Continue to work on the vocabulary assignment explained on Friday.
2. Review worksheet.

Tuesday, March 15, 2016
1. Turn in the vocabulary assignment.
2. Quick check over yesterday's review.
3. Continue review.

Wednesday, March 16, 2016
1. Star Benchmark Test
2. Check over the review packet from yesterday.
3. Begin the SLO Study Guide.
HOMEWORK: Finish the SLO Study Guide.

Thursday, March 17, 2016
Go over the study guide and practice for the test tomorrow!

Friday, March 18, 2016
SLO Test.
Daily Science Class Activities
CoM+E1: The properties of matter are determined
by the arrangement of atoms.
Monday, March 7, 2016
1. Review the Lab activity: Probe and Predict.
This is very much like what the early scientists did to try to infer what an atom must be like.
2. Continue reading and completing our notes chart: History of the Atomic Theory. See pages in Fusion.
3. Brain Pop: Atoms............ Brain Pop: Atomic Model
HOMEWORK: Review your notes History of the Atomic Theory.
What doesn't make sense? What questions do you need to ask tomorrow?

Tuesday, March 8, 2016
1. What do we know about the Periodic Table?
2. Read pages in Fusion. Complete the reinforcement sheet as you go.
3. Practice using the periodic table to identify information about various elements.
4. Read the Science World article about Cell Phone Chemistry and watch the video.
5. Complete the assignment.
HOMEWORK: Finish Science World assignment

Wednesday, March 9, 2016
1. Check the Periodic Table practice.
2. How did they decide how to arrange the Periodic Table?
3. Trends Activity: Provide each pair of students with a set of 8 "element cards" that need to be arranged in a
3 X 3 arrangement. One card is missing, so they will need to determine where it should go and what is would
look like. Continue to make predictions until each group has found the correct pattern.
4. What common patterns did you find?
5. How can this be seen on the real Periodic Table of Elements?
6. Watch the video that gives an introduction to the elements on the Periodic Table. 118 Elements Video
7. Watch Beautiful Elements.

Thursday, March 10, 2016
Types of matter:
1. Review what makes an element an element.
2. What are some things that are not elements?
3. Complete the Anticipatory Set Activity. This is the fourth box of your bell work paper page 11.
4. Attempt to categorize substances based on the criteria that can be observed by the substances
already placed. Continue to revise your idea about Element, Compound, Mixture as you find
correct placements.
5. Begin the chart to describe elements, compounds and mixtures.

Friday, March 11, 2016
1. Review element, compound, mixture with practice of generating examples.
2. Finish the chart for element, compound, mixture based on the identified groups.
3. Complete the concept map to show the relationship between element, compound, mixture.
4. Each students is assigned a substance. Students organize themselves into groups of
elements, compounds, and mixtures.
5. Begin the assignment called Classification of Matter.
HOMEWORK: Finish Classification of Matter

Monday, March 14, 2016
1. Turn in Classification of Matter worksheet.
2. Read about elements in the Earth's mantle and crust in Science World.
3. Complete the graphing activity and answer the questions.

Tuesday, March 15, 2016
1. Review ECM.
2. Go over answers on page 95 of Science Binder Notebook.
3. Assign the Taboo Card Making assignment.

Wednesday, March 16, 2016
1. Quick Check: Identify each picture of molecules as element, compound or mixture.
2. Check Taboo Cards for Completion Grade.
3. Use those cards to play Taboo in assigned groups as review for the Vocabulary test tomorrow.

Thursday, March 17, 2016
1. Review the vocabulary.
2. Take the vocabulary test.

1. Review the Lab activity: Probe and Predict.
This is very much like what the early scientists did to try to infer what an atom must be like.
2. Continue reading and completing our notes chart: History of the Atomic Theory. See pages in Fusion.
3. Brain Pop: Atoms............ Brain Pop: Atomic Model
HOMEWORK: Review your notes History of the Atomic Theory.
What doesn't make sense? What questions do you need to ask tomorrow?

Tuesday, March 8, 2016
1. What do we know about the Periodic Table?
2. Read pages in Fusion. Complete the reinforcement sheet as you go.
3. Practice using the periodic table to identify information about various elements.
4. Read the Science World article about Cell Phone Chemistry and watch the video.
5. Complete the assignment.
HOMEWORK: Finish Science World assignment

Wednesday, March 9, 2016
1. Check the Periodic Table practice.
2. How did they decide how to arrange the Periodic Table?
3. Trends Activity: Provide each pair of students with a set of 8 "element cards" that need to be arranged in a
3 X 3 arrangement. One card is missing, so they will need to determine where it should go and what is would
look like. Continue to make predictions until each group has found the correct pattern.
4. What common patterns did you find?
5. How can this be seen on the real Periodic Table of Elements?
6. Watch the video that gives an introduction to the elements on the Periodic Table. 118 Elements Video
7. Watch Beautiful Elements.

Thursday, March 10, 2016
Types of matter:
1. Review what makes an element an element.
2. What are some things that are not elements?
3. Complete the Anticipatory Set Activity. This is the fourth box of your bell work paper page 11.
4. Attempt to categorize substances based on the criteria that can be observed by the substances
already placed. Continue to revise your idea about Element, Compound, Mixture as you find
correct placements.
5. Begin the chart to describe elements, compounds and mixtures.

Friday, March 11, 2016
1. Review element, compound, mixture with practice of generating examples.
2. Finish the chart for element, compound, mixture based on the identified groups.
3. Complete the concept map to show the relationship between element, compound, mixture.
4. Each students is assigned a substance. Students organize themselves into groups of
elements, compounds, and mixtures.
5. Begin the assignment called Classification of Matter.
HOMEWORK: Finish Classification of Matter

Monday, March 14, 2016
1. Turn in Classification of Matter worksheet.
2. Read about elements in the Earth's mantle and crust in Science World.
3. Complete the graphing activity and answer the questions.

Tuesday, March 15, 2016
1. Review ECM.
2. Go over answers on page 95 of Science Binder Notebook.
3. Assign the Taboo Card Making assignment.

Wednesday, March 16, 2016
1. Quick Check: Identify each picture of molecules as element, compound or mixture.
2. Check Taboo Cards for Completion Grade.
3. Use those cards to play Taboo in assigned groups as review for the Vocabulary test tomorrow.

Thursday, March 17, 2016
1. Review the vocabulary.
2. Take the vocabulary test.
