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Fundamentals of Algebra

 CURRENT WEEK OVERVIEWThis week we continue to work on key concepts related to linear functions and constant rates of change. Every day we will start with puzzles and patterns for warm-up that require us to build our ability to reason logically. We will look at graphing equations that are not given in the slope-intercept form and continue to build fluency with calculating slope from two given points. At the end of the week, we will have a quiz to assess where we are at in our understanding of the big ideas.NOTE: Need to see last week's assignments? Click on the "Archive" link below... Monday (4/12): Unit 5 - Graphing ... Converting from Standard Form to Slope-InterceptHomework: Weekly Assignment posted in google classroom - due Friday.Tuesday (4/13): Unit 5 - X & Y Intercepts (Standard Form)Homework: Weekly Assignment posted in google classroom - due Friday.Block Day (4/15): Unit 5 - Review Stations (Slope Puzzles, Standard Form Graphing, Context)Homework: Weekly Assignment posted in google classroom - due Friday.  Study/Review for Quiz: Key Topics HereFriday (4/16): Unit 5 Quiz - Formative Assessment over Key Topics from past 2 weeksHomework: Weekly Assignment posted in google classroom - due today! If you need extra help outside of class time please remember that is okay, it's normal to have questions as you learn. I am available any day before school starting at 6:50. Also available during topper time, second period, and seventh period. This week I am available after school on Monday and Friday. Also, if you have any questions outside of class time, please feel free to contact me via Remind messages or by email at alison.fisher@chardonschools.orgFor prior announcements click this link:  Archive of Weekly UpdatesRESOURCES BY CHAPTERTo access additional resources for each chapter we cover this year:Unit 1: Number Sense and QuantityUnit 2: Arithmetic to AlgebraUnit 3: Proportional ReasoningUnit 4: Equations and InequalitiesUnit 5: Quantitative Reasoning with FunctionUnit 6: Statistical Thinking