Ray Warriors, you know what it takes to be a Warrior? Tell me tomorrow. In the meantime, your homework is the worksheet of 10 questions about multiplying powers, dividing powers, and answering what does it take to be a rational number. For extra credit look at your student portal. Come in the morning or afternoon with any assignments that you need to make up. Show me the paper and you will get a computer pass for next week (during lunch). I look forward to you answers!
Annotate "Women"s Liberation," using your annotation guide. Remember to write explanations for everything you annotate.
Finish reading The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-time Indian, Hope vs. Hope. Be ready for a quiz on the chapter.
Room 307 catching up, finish your short story and illustration about someone that gave up on their dreams because of the external expectations were too much that they could not overcome the obstacles. Also, how do they develop a "Self-fulfilled Prophecy" like Junior and that ruins their dreams.
Remember to make an illustration of someone like Juniors where he points out what they could have been.
Continue to read the next chapter Hope against Hope in the Absolutely True Diary of a Part-time Indian.
Room 307 finish reading Hope against Hope.
See you all tomorrow!
Here is the math problem: A rectangular area of land is being sold off in smaller pieces. The total area of the land is 2^ 15 square miles . The pieces being sold are square miles in size 8^ 3. How many smaller pieces of land can be sold at the stated size? Compute the actual number of pieces.
Remember different bases can not be multiplied when having exponents; the must be the same!
If you are stuck go to Khan Academy or look up virtual nerd on the web.
Complete page 1 and 2 from https://engageny.org/node/15426/file/46091
Think about our "Essential Questions." How do internal and external expectations manifest is our lives? How can societal expectations impact our identities?
The assignment is to finish your short story of someone that didn't achieve their dream. Write about this and how the obstacles caused them to give up. Consider Junior and how he feels about poverty, and that those conditions can create a self-fulfilling prophecy?
Read (if you haven't-"Revenge is my Middle Name") "Because Geometry Is Not a Country Somewhere Near France."
Go get it! See you bright and early!
Heads up Ray students and parents! Remember that we are having our first quiz on Rational and Irrational numbers. Don't forget the homework that is due. If there is a question on how you can study, remember your active listening notes, and Khan Academy which can be linked on my blog, Mention to Khan that its Rational and Irrational numbers. There's videos and problems to help. No excuses, let's getter done!
Go for it Warriors!
Read from The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-time Indian the chapter titled "REVENGE IS MY MIDDLE NAME*"
We left off from the last chapter where "A bullet only costs about two cents, and anybody can afford that."
Continue thinking about the Overarching Question: How do internal and external expectations shape Junior? And: Do you agree with the statement that Junior is living a "Self-fulfilled Prophecy?"
I look forward to the fruitful discussion!
Repeating Decimals FALs Worksheet from Knowledge center (FINISHPG from CLASS)
Convert fraction to decimal worksheet problems # 13-18.