# Q3, W3: February 8th – 12th Advanced Math Teacher Felicia Taylor Advanced Math 7th 21 Focus 5: Statistics; Focus 6: Angles
Standard(s) Taught

#### Use facts about supplementary, complementary, vertical, and adjacent angles in a multi-step problem to write and solve simple equations for an unknown angle in a figure.

Learning Targets and Learning Criteria

Students are successful when they can…

• compare two data sets for variability by comparing graphs and explain the significance of any visual overlap.
• explain in writing why it makes sense that the greater the variability, the more visible the overlap on graphs presenting two numerical data sets.
• model and compare two real-world data sets by measuring the difference between centers and expressing it as a multiple of a measure of variability.
• understand the use of a two-way table to display bivariate categorical data.
• create a two-way table to record the frequencies of bivariate categorical values.
• determine the relative frequencies for rows and/or columns of a two-way table.
• use the relative frequencies and context of the problem to describe possible associations between the two sets of data.
• draw geometric shapes with given conditions.
• construct triangles from three measures of angles or sides.
• describe when angle measures determine a triangle (given angles equal 180)
• describe when side measures determine a unique triangle (a + b > c) or (a + b < c).
• determine whether three angle measures of three side lengths can form a triangle.
• discover the definitions of supplementary, complementary, vertical, and adjacent angles.
• solve multi-step problems by applying what you know about the types of angles.
Classroom Activities

Monday (Innovative and 3rd Period Students)

1. Before lunch – work on Teacher Assigned i-Ready Lessons – due Thursday, February 11th
1. Using Mean and Mean Absolute Deviation to Compare Data
2. Using Measures of Center and Variability
2. Work on any incomplete IXLs
3. After Lunch – Instruction – Frequency and Relative Frequency in Two-Way Tables
4. IXL Assignment – due Thursday, February 11th
1. 8th Grade EE.4 Find probabilities using two-way frequency tables

Tuesday (5th Period Students)

1. Complete all Focus 5 assignments.
2. DIA 3 Review

Wednesday (Innovative and 3rd Period Students)

1. DIA 3 Review

Wednesday (5th Period Students)

1. DIA 3 – Probability and Statistics

Thursday (Innovative and 3rd Period Students)

1. DIA 3 – Probability and Statistics

Friday (5th Period Students)

1. Instruction
1. Angles, The Complete Middle School Study Guide, pages 267 – 277
2. Triangles, The Complete Middle School Study Guide, pages 287 – 289, 337 – 344
2. IXL Assignments – due Tuesday, February 16th
1. 7th Grade W.4 Triangle inequality
2. 7th Grade W.8 Graph triangles and quadrilaterals
3. 7th Grade W.16 Identify complementary, supplementary, vertical and adjacent angles
4. 7th Grade W.17 Find the measures of complementary, supplementary, vertical and adjacent angles
Assignments Due

Summatives

DIA 3 – Probability and Statistics (All Students)

Formatives

Monday, February 8th – Innovative and 3rd Period Students

1. 7th Grade CC.1 Calculate mean, median, mode and range
2. 7th Grade CC.2 Interpret graphs and charts to find mean, median, mode and range
3. 7th Grade CC.3 Mean, median, mode and range: find the missing number
4. 7th Grade CC.4 Changes in mean, median, mode and range

Tuesday, February 9th – 5th Period Students

1. 8th Grade EE.4 Find probabilities using two-way frequency tables
2. i-Ready Teacher Assigned – Using Mean and Mean Absolute Deviation to Compare Data
3. i-Ready Teacher Assigned – Using Measures of Center and Variability

Thursday, February 11th – Innovative and 3rd Period students

1. 8th Grade EE.4 Find probabilities using two-way frequency tables
2. i-Ready Teacher Assigned – Using Mean and Mean Absolute Deviation to Compare Data
3. i-Ready Teacher Assigned – Using Measures of Center and Variability

Additional Resources

All IEP accommodations will be provided each class period.

All Notes will be uploaded into GradeBook.