Sample MFM1P Skill Evidence Record
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MFM1PMaster Evidence ChartEnter Links Used Often Below:
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MESSAGE TO ALL STUDENTS:COURSE CALENDARDIGITAL DROPBOXBlank Task Template FileBlank Table & Graph Template FileDesmosSocrativeGeoGebraAlgebra TilesMFM1P YouTube PlaylistSilent Solutions PlaylistEQAO Formula Sheet17181920212223242526272829303132
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Total MasteredLearning Goal Number --->1234567891011121314151617181920212223242526272829303132
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Last NameFirst NameStudent NumberI can find area, perimeter and can chunk multiplication into friendly numbers using area / array / visual models.I can find the area and perimeter of simple shapes like rectangles, circles, and triangles (we didn't do trapezoids)Create a scatter plot, label and scale the x- and y- axis, describe the meaning of points / coordinates, and make predictions using a line / curve of best fit.Find equivalent fractions; use equivalent fractions to convert decimals, fractions, and percents; solve proportions using tables/graphs.ASSESSMENT - Area Models (Chunking Multiplication), Area & Perimeter of Circle & Triangle, Creating a Scatter Plot - Classifying and Making PredictionsI can find patterns, create tables, graphs and equations that represent them.ASSESSMENT #1 - Area & Perimeter of Circle & Triangle, Working with Equivalent Fractions, Patterning and Scatter Plots.I can apply the visual and algebraic representation of Pythagorean Theorem to find a side length of a right angle triangle.I can identify a relationship as proportional/not proportional and linear or non-linear using first differences; identify independent and dependent variables; label and scale a graph;I can create algebraic equations to model relationships and solve for unknown values.ASSESSMENT #3 - Area of a trapezoid, comparing unit rates, solving proportions, identifying patterns in a table/graph, creating an equation, pythagorean theorem, area and perimeter with an unknown.I can calculate the area and perimeter of composite figures in order to solve problems.I can calculate the volume of a rectangular prism in order to solve problems.I can determine the sum of the angles in a polygon with any number of sides and use this knowledge to find missing angles.ASSESSMENT #4 - Area of composite figures, using proportions of ratios/rates to find unknown values, volume of a rectangle, creating algebraic equations involving area and perimeter.I can solve problems involving ratios and rates using a variety of strategies (drawing it out, setting up a proportion, table, graph)I can solve problems involving ratios, rates. proportions and make connections to create and use the equation of a linear relation.ASSESSMENT #5 - I can find the area of composite figures, solve for an unknown value in a proportion and solve problems REVISITING LG #8 - I can apply the visual and algebraic representation of Pythagorean Theorem to find a side length of a right angle triangle. REVISITING LG #6 - I can find patterns, create tables, graphs and equations that represent them.ASSESSMENT #6 - I can create algebraic equations to model perimeter and area of rectangles and solve for unknown values. I can write the equation of a linear relation using the rate of change and the initial value.ASSESSMENT #7 - Readdress Perimeter and Area of Composite Figures, determine table and equation given a graph, and solving linear equations including those with distribution.I can sketch a graph that matches a written/visual graphing story and I can write a graphing story to match the graph of a two-variable relationship.I can calculate unit rate and use it to find the best buy when comparing the cost of two or more items.I can determine unknown values of a linear relation using a table or graph.I can determine and describe the properties and relationships of complementary and supplementary angles.I can determine and describe the properties and relationships of opposite angles formed by two intersecting lines.I can apply the properties and relationships of angles of intersecting lines, triangles, quadrilaterals, other polygons, and parallel lines cut by a transversal to solve problems.I can solve problems involving the volume of triangular and cylindrical prisms.I can create the 4-representations of a linear relation: description (words), table, graph, and equation.I can solve problems involving the volume of pyramids and cones.I can find/identify the rate of change in a description, a table, a graph and an equation of a linear relation.
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Sample Problem:THESE CELLS TO THE RIGHT AUTO-POPULATE INTO THE STUDENT SHEETEx 1: Multiply 7 x 5 using an area / array model.
Ex 2: Multiply 6 x 14 by chunking into friendly numbers using an area / array model.
Ex. 1: Find area / perimeter of a triangle with an 8 cm base and 12 cm height.
Ex. 2: ... of a circle with a diameter of 10 m
A hexagon (6-sided polygon) has angles of 95 degrees, 130 degrees, 105 degrees, 45 degrees, 172 degrees with unknown angle. What is the unknown angle?
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Resource #1:Task TemplateBlank Task Template FileCandle Burning TemplateBaby Beats TemplateFuel ConsumptionPatterning Toothpick Task TemplateAssessment #2Taco Cart Task TemplateDiagonal Length vs. Side Length ExplorationPool Noodle TemplateAssessment #3 Template FileMowing the Lawn Task TemplateVolume of a Rectangular Prism Practice - Submit via Digital DropboxAngles in a Polygon TemplateAssessment #4Practicing Problems Involving Ratios and RatesSuper Bear Task TemplateAssessment #5Pythagorean Theorem Practice Tasks - SUBMIT TO DIGITAL DROPBOXAssessment #6Stacking Paper SequelAssessment #7Graphing Stories Digital Dropbox AssignmentAssessment #8Thick Stacks TemplateExplain Everything Angle Math JourneyAssessment #9Assessment 10
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Resource #2:Diagnostic AssessmentEQAO Formula SheetNumber of Toothpicks vs. Figure Number Recap [VIDEO]Post Its Task TemplateArea and Perimeter Practice Task to SubmitArea and Perimeter of Composite Figures - Submit via DIGITAL DROPBOXUse THIS EQAO Formula Sheet to get your formula!GeoGebra - To Explore AnglesAlgebra TilesFrom Patterns to Equations - SUBMIT TO DIGITAL DROPBOXStacking Paper TemplateRepresentations of Linear RelationsMagic Black Box. What's The Equation?Explain Everything Opposite Angles & Triangle Journey
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Resource #3:Animated GIFMore Patterning TasksMore Patterning TasksVisualizing Pythagorean Theorem 3, 4, 5 Triangle [VIDEO]Area Silent SolutionAngles in a Polygon - Digital Dropbox TaskMeasurement With Unknown Values
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Resource #4:Animated GIFVisualizing Pythagorean Theorem - General Case [VIDEO]Area Tutorial VideoSum of the Interior Angles of a Triangle PROOF [VIDEO]So... I have a ... [ANIMATION]Visualizing Pythagorean Theorem 3, 4, 5 Triangle [VIDEO]
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Resource #5:Formative Assessment - Area & Perimeter of Simple ShapesStormy Winters - Formative AssessmentASSESSMENT FILEConnecting Visual Representation With Algebraic Representation [VIDEO]Sum of the Interior Angles of a Quadrilateral PROOF [VIDEO]Simplifying Polynomial ExpressionsVisualizing Pythagorean Theorem - General Case [VIDEO]
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Resource #6:Where Does the Formula For Area of a Rectangle Come From?Creating Scatter Plots, Naming Variables, Candle Burning Summary [VIDEO]Baby Beats - Summary / Recap [VIDEO]Pythagorean Theorem Example [VIDEO]Additional TaskVisualizing the Sum of the Interior Angles of a Triangle [VIDEO]Connecting Visual Representation With Algebraic Representation [VIDEO]
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Resource #7:Where Does the Formula For Area of a Triangle Come From?Describing and Classifying Linear and Non-Linear Relationships [VIDEO]What is a Ratio & a Rate? [VIDEO]Additional TaskVisualizing the Sum of the Interior Angles of a Quadrilateral [VIDEO]Pythagorean Theorem Example [VIDEO]
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Resource #8:Where Does the Formula For Area of a Circle Come From?Making Predictions With Interpolation and Extrapolation [VIDEO]Setting Up a Proportion of Ratios or Rates [VIDEO]Additional Task
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Resource #9:Where Does the Formula For Area of a Trapezoid Come From?Scatter Plot Tutorial [VIDEO]
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Resource #10:ANOTHER Scatter Plot Tutorial [VIDEO]
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Task to Improve to L3/4THESE TASKS AUTO-POPULATE DEPENDING ON THE LEVEL OF THE STUDENT FOR THAT SKILLChunk 9 x 6 using an array model & submitCreate a triangle and find the area & perimeter.Task to Improve to L3/4Task to Improve to L3/4Task to Improve to L3/4Task to Improve to L3/4Task to Improve to L3/4Task to Improve to L3/4
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Task to Improve to L4Chunk 14 x 12 using an array model & submitCreate a circle and find the area & perimeter.Task to Improve to L4Task to Improve to L4Task to Improve to L4Task to Improve to L4Task to Improve to L4Task to Improve to L4Task to Improve to L4
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Task to "Try For MASTERY"Chunk 13 x 15 in an array model & submitCreate your own rectangle, circle and triangle and find the area & perimeter to go for MASTERY!Task to "Try For MASTERY"Task to "Try For MASTERY"Task to "Try For MASTERY"Task to "Try For MASTERY"Task to "Try For MASTERY"Task to "Try For MASTERY"
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1Student3170077975This assessment shows that you can do area of a trapezoid. I'd assume that means you can do area and perimeter of a rectangle, circle and triangle. Can you submit this task to prove it to me?60This assessment makes it appear that you can do a table and graph, but you didn't do the equation...dnsSUBMIT Diagonal Length vs. Side Length Exploration through Digital Dropbox40Assessment 8, Q3 - You struggled to find your equation and then did not solve to find the missing value. You can do this... take another look!58Quite a bit is blank here, but I bet if you tried again now... knowing what you know, you'd do great. Give it a shot!95Awesome job overall! Consider explaining your solutions - especially on the last couple questions...dnsComplete and Submit Volume of a Rectangular Prism Practice100Assessment 8, Q4 - Awesome work!70Great work on the first 3 questions... Take a look at the last question and give it another shot!dnsComplete and Submit Via Digital Dropbox: Practicing Problems Involving Ratios and Rates80RESUBMISSION #1: Great job getting the last page done, however you did still leave a few areas blank. Overall, great work. 58You showed some good work on #1-3, but left #4 blank. You also struggled in small spots throughout each question. I think you can tackle this, but you'll have to take another look and re-submit! See me for some help before school! :)dnsAssessment #6dnsRock out Page 2 & 3 of this! You were absent, so make sure to get caught up asap!50Please complete and submit Assessment #765You did really well on the front side, however the graph you created (5th graph) didn't represent any of the stories. The back-side was great, however the last graphing story you created did not represent the graph. Have another look and see a friend or myself for additional support!40You left Assessment 8, Q1 blank! Try again and re-submit!60Assessment 8, Q2 - you are close, but remember your initial value starts when x = 0 and the rate of change is how much it goes up for every 1 x. In Q3, you haven't correctly created your equation. You can do this! TRY THESE 2 AGAIN!dnsAssessment 8, Q5 - YOU LEFT IT BLANK! TRY AGAIN
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