**Mrs. Coats offers free math tutoring to 7th grade math students every day during middle school lunch. Come during first or second half.**

Welcome to Mrs. Coats Wiki. If you need to contact me, please email me at Catherine.Coats@JPPSS.K12.LA.US or CatherineCoats.Haynes@gmail.com

Mrs. Coats is available during Middle School Lunch Daily (10:40-11:40am) and at the beginning of 4th period (1:15pm).

__7 ^{th} Grade Math – Mrs. Coats – Supply List__

**$15 fee**

**Personal Supplies: **1″Binder, Loose-leaf Paper, pencils (Everyday. Work must be done in pencil), TI-30XIIS scientific calculator (same as 6th and 7th grade math)

**Classroom Supplies to turn in: **1 pack of Loose-leaf, 1 Pack of Graph Paper, 1 Pack of mechanical or sharpened pencils

**Last Names A-G:**Black Expo Marker, Highlighter, White Cardstock, Hand sanitizer, scotch tape**Last Names H-N:**Glue dots, blue mounting tack, index cards, pencil colors, pink erasers**Last Names O-Z**: Clear Ruler, Paper towels, Disinfecting wipes, tissues, clear packing tape, Correcting Tape- Additional donations are appreciated. For a “puzzle point” students are asked to bring in a large bag of candy, but this is not required.

**7th Grade Math (Pre-Algebra)**

- 10/18/16 – Open House, No Homework.
- 10/19/16 – Test Review.
- 10/20/16 – Test on all of Chapter 5.
- 10/24/16 – Chapter 6. Circles. Classwork/Homework 231 (1&2)232-233. Chapter 5 Test corrections copied in class and due 10/25 if not already submitted.
- 10/25 – Area worksheet. Most should be completed in class.
- 10/26 – Classwork/Homework. p235-237 Review Area formulas.
- 10/27 Quiz & Learn Section 6-3 p.239, HW 240-241
- 10/28 Section 6-4 p.243. HW 244, 245(odd), p.253 for Test Review
- 10/31 Review for Test on Ch6, 11/1 No School.
- 11/2 & 3 Review for Test Chapter 6.ch6-test-review-11-3-16
- 11/4 Test on Chapter 6. Area, Volume, and Circumference.
- 11/7 – 2 Worksheets on Solving Equations. (Not counted because so many got wet.)
- 11/9 – Chapter 7, Classwork/HW pages 259 – 262
- 11/10 – Chapter 7, Classwork/HW pages 267-268
- 11/14 – Quiz and Review of 7-1,2,3
- 11/15 – 11/16 Review of 7-1,2,3
- 11/17 – Test on Chapter 7, Equations
- 11/18 – Theater Day
- 11/28 – HW/Classwork Ch2-5 p67,68,70 + Copy Definitions p.82
- 11/29 – HW/Classwork Ch 3-1, 3-2 p.83,84,85,87,88
- 11/30 – HW/Classwork (most was done in class as a group) p.90,93,94,99,100,and 102 up to #12.
- 12/1 – HW/Classwork (most was done in class as a group) p. 101, 105-108
- 12/2 – HW/Classwork (most was done in class) p. 112, 113, 117-119 but only odd problems on p.118
- 12/5 – HW/Classwork p. 77,86,91,95,103,115
- 12/6 – HW/Classwork p.121-123, 128(table only), 129
- 12/7 – HW/Classwork p.78,130,131,137,138
- 12/8 – Test Review, study.7th-ch-3-test-review-answers
- 12/9 Test on Section 2-5 and Chapter 3.
- Midterm review will go on until the Midterm
- 12/13 Test review handed out. It will be submitted for a homework grade on the day of the exam.exam-review-answers
- 1/4/17 Worksheets. 4 pages, mostly done in class.
- 1/5/17 pages 295-298 and rise/run worksheet. Mostly done in class.
- 1/6/17 Worksheet (double sided) mostly done in class.
- 1/9/17 Classwork/Homework pages 303 and 304
- 1/10/17 Classwork/Homework page 310 #1-7 and 311 Odd problems.3
- 1/11/17 CW/HW are Review Worksheets.
- 1/12/17 Quiz Review.
- 1/13/17 Quiz on Ch 8-1,2,3. HWp305,306,307 and #7 (rework it) on p. 311. Due 1/18
- 1/17/17 CW/HW p.314&315
- 1/18/17 CW/HW p.319-320
- 1/19/17 CW/HW Test Review Ch 8-1,2,3,4,5 Test Review
- 1/20/17 Test on Chapter 8, Sections 1-5 slope-intercept form, point-slope form, and direct variation
- 1/23/17 Substitution/Elimination, solving systems of equation worksheet
- 1/24 Comic Strip for Substitution and Comic Strip for Elimination
- 1/25 pages 321-323 (all), 324-326 (odd)
- 1/26 Puzzle worksheet on simultanous equations (front and back) – Review day.
- 1/27 Test corrections and ASK questions!
- 1/30 Test Review
- 1/31 Test on all of Chapter 8.
- 2/1 HW p339-344
- 2/1 Scatter plot worksheets.
- 2/3 HWpage 357-358 and Leap Practice Problem
- 2/6 HW p. 364-366
- 2/7 HW – Worksheet – Graphing Nonlinear Functions (MUST SHOW WORK)
- 2/8 HW – Worksheet – Graphing Inequalities
- 2/9 HW – Worksheets – Review of Graphing nonlinear functions and inequalities
- 2/10 HW – Test Review Packet DUE MONDAYCh 9 Test Review Answers
- 2/13 – Test on Ch9, Graphing nonlinear functions and inequalities
- 2/14 – Review.
- 2/15 – Classwork/Class Participation – Probability Worksheets
- 2/16 HW – Worksheets on Probability, Permutations, Combinations
- 2/17 Quiz
- 2/21 Worksheet on Commission and Farmer Problem
- 2/23 County Fair Leap Review
- 2/24 Pop Quiz on Probability, Permutations, Combinations, Commission, and overtime
- Due by March 7. Proof must be turned in that the student worked through the math instructions video for Leap. This proof can be in the form of a screen shot or a parent’s note. The link is Leap Instructions and the instructions should be done for 7th grade Math. All of the “buttons” and “options” should be explored by the student.
- 3/6 Gala Letter is attached. Gala Letter. Basket is for 1st period classes. Donations listed in the letter will be given 1 Puzzle Point and will replace a missed or partial HW OR will be 2 Puzzle Points. If you are in 2nd or 3rd period and you donate to your 1stP class basket, you will receive credit for one missed homework.
- 3/6 Metric Conversion packet and shoe value sheet.
- 3/7 Measuring the classroom – Metric Units
- 3/8 Fractions and Unit rate worksheets.
- 3/9 We will go to the computer lab in the main building – Quiz
- 3/10 Leap Review Worksheet and Ratio Worksheets
- 3/13 Ratios and the Design a Garden worksheet (All area calculations must be shown, including the area covered by the gravel path, the area covered by the flower borders, and the area that will need to be covered with grass.)
- 3/14 Statistics and Box Plots – Handout and Homework sheet
- 3/15 Quiz on Unit Rates, Proportions, Discounts, Commission, Map Scales, and Scale Drawings, 11-5 Worksheet due Friday.
- 3/16 We will go to the computer lab in the main building – Quiz
- 3/17 11-6 Worksheet packet, due Tuesday, 3/21.
- 3/20 Breakfast of Champions. Congratulations! No homework.
- 3/21 Quiz corrections, Leap corrections, 3 Systems of Equations problems. No homework, study systems of equations.
- 3/22 Review Equivalent Expressions, do Worksheets.
- 3/23 Inequalities, do worksheets.
- 3/24 Quiz on Proportions and Percent
- 3/27 Quiz corrections and Standardized Test Practice
- 3/28 Computer Lab – Leap Practice Test – Counts as a Quiz
- 4/3 In class Packet on Slicing 3D Shapes.
- 4/4 In class Relay on Systems of Equations
- 4/5 Pi Plate Project and Quiz Corrections. Quiz Corrections must be done in class.
- 4/6 Circle measurement review. Protractor Review.
- 4/7 If any studying for Math Leap is done over the break, students should bring in a description of what they worked on with parents signature. If paper worksheets are done, they should be turned in to Mrs. Coats. All papers or proof should be turned in by Thursday 4/20.
- 4/18 – 4/20 Students are encouraged to practice Leap-Type problems this week. Worksheets are being given for extra credit. Class participation points will be given for students staying on task.
- 4/26 Students will be given a review for the 7th Grade Math Post Test. They should study for this on Wednesday night. The test will be on 4/27. This will count as a quiz grade but is also required by the parish.
**4/26-5/8 Students will be working on an in-class project that will count on a test grade. Classtime participation is part of the grade. They are allowed to bring their personal laptop if they want, but this is NOT required. They may also bring additional poster board if they wish, but 1 sheet will be provided per team. The rubric and details are listed below. Topics have already been assigned. End of Course Presentation Rubric Presentations will begin on 5/9.****5/9,10,12 Presentations.****After presentations, we will introduce Algebra topics for next year. The final exam will be based on the review presentations given by the students with bonus questions from new topics.****If students would like to donate unused school supplies to my classroom, I would really appreciate it. I will supply a box through the end of the year.**

**Continuous Vocabulary**

- Similar
- Congruent
- Circle
- Circumference=2*Pi*r
- Radius
- Diameter = 2*r
- Pi
- Area = Pi*r
^{2} - Volume of a Cylinder = Area of Base * Height
- Volume of a Cone or Pyramid = Area of Base * Height /3
- Volume of a Sphere = (4/3)Pi*r
^{3}