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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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2Student6YOUR ASSESSMENT 9 IS STILL NOT IN YOUR SHARED FOLDER!CLICK TO SEE ALL OF YOUR FEEDBACK28000108100mGreat job chunking multiplication into area models. For example, 14 x 13 could be multiplied by (10 + 4)(10 + 3)100Awesome work with area & perimeter of rectangles, circles and perimeter of a triangle.10093mGreat resubmission. 2 small red flags to look at.95Awesome job! Only one red flag to check out!100Awesome work, good sir! Great work creating and using an equation as well!95mAwesome work! You missed a day and didn't skip a beat! Only two small red flags to look at.95You killed it. Awesome work! One small red flag that I think was just an oversight. Keep it up!95Great work! Only issue was forgetting to make a prediction after 5.5 cm.95Assessment 8, Q3 - GREAT JOB setting up your equation and solving for the unknown.95WOW! You ROCKED this. Only a couple small details to address, but I'm very impressed!85Amazing job on everything you completed! You did leave the last question blank and I KNOW you could do it! Get that last question finished and re-submit! :)98mAWESOME STUFF! Only thing you need to make sure you do is make your units cubed like m^3 or mm^3 or km^3.100Assessment 8, Q4 - GREAT JOB finding the missing angle in a quadrilateral!75Awesome job overall! However, there are a few small things to fixup including showing your work on #2 and simplifying your algebraic expressions in #450Complete and Submit Via Digital Dropbox: Practicing Problems Involving Ratios and Rates50Complete & Submit via Digital Dropbox: Super Bear Task Template88Really great work here! Super impressed. Just one small area for improvement to check out...80You did excellent in your patterning and creating equations (except for 1). Your Pythagorean Theorem looks great, however sometimes you were given the longest side and you still added the squares. Take a look and see if you can make those modifications!100mYou sir, dominated this assessment! There is ONE small hiccup that really is no biggie, but you shoudl check out in the first question. GREAT JOB!100mYOU ARE A JEDI MATH-STER!85Great job on the composite figure problem with perimeter and area... You did well on the second problem, but didn't create an equation. Find your initial value and rate of change to assist with finding your equation. Great job solving the first equation on the last page, however you forgot to multiply your brackets in the second. Almost there!60You clearly have some understanding. There are a couple graphs that do not match your stories. Also, you have left one question blank on the second page and do not have very descriptive justification as to why you picked the graphs you picked.100Assessment 8, Q1 - GREAT JOB finding unit rate to compare which is better and by how much!100Assessment 8, Q2 & Q3 - You found initial value, rate of change and your equation without any problems! Great work!100Great job on the SOCRATIVE assessment today.68Assessment 8, Q5 - Great work, but your answer is acute and the missing angle is clearly obtuse. I think your'e on the right track... can you try again?dnsYOUR ASSESSMENT 9 IS STILL NOT IN YOUR SHARED FOLDER!dnsYOUR ASSESSMENT 9 IS STILL NOT IN YOUR SHARED FOLDER!
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3Student1CLICK TO SEE ALL OF YOUR FEEDBACK28000155100mGreat job chunking multiplication into area models. For example, 14 x 13 could be multiplied by (10 + 4)(10 + 3)50Complete this and submit for evaluation60A9 Q1 - You correctly labelled your axis, however your scale does not go up by a consistent number. I don't think you had a line of best fit either. Take a peek! You can do this!85Great job trying an additional task, however you have doubled the TOTAL for the 8 days then you multiplied by 11 WEEEKS instead of 11days... Find out how much you made PER DAY last time, then multiply by 11 days. Kind of like the SUPER BEAR problem... You've got this!50Incomplete submission.50Complete Patterning Toothpick Task and Submit Via Digital Dropbox55For missing so many days, you did REALLY WELL! You aren't far off from rocking these topics. Take a look at my feedback and re-attempt! See me for help in the morning, if needed.50Complete the 3 tasks on PAGE 2 of this template and submit via digital dropbox.75A9 Q1 - You accurately identified the characteristics of the linear relationship, but your graph scale needs some work.85Great job overall! However you had a problem calculating area of A2. Also consider zooming in or using the zoom tool to help you write a little more clearly on iPad. It's new, so it takes time :)68You did awesome on the first two pages, but then left the last page blank! Have a look and resubmit!58You have a lot of knowledge as you have shown on the first page, however you struggled as soon as you were faced with a trapezoid or other composite figures. Remember, you need to break down the shape into simple shapes like rectangles, triangles, circles, etc... Give it another shot and re-submit. SEe me if you're stuck! You can do this!92Awesome job! Just forgot to put your cubed units --> cm^3 or km^3 etc. and your last question isn't complete.75Some real great work here, except you forgot to complete #3 and you have some fixing up to do with #4... you can rock this!80You are doing REALLY well with ratios, rates and proportions! However, you do have a couple areas where you had some mixups. Truly, I think you can ace this if you take another look and give it a go!85Great work, overall! SEe feedback and improvements here!65You show some deep knowledge on each question, but each question had some areas for improvement. Take another look! You're really close to rocking it!80You did GREAT with Pythagorean Theorem. You even remembered to SUBTRACT the squares when you are given the longest side! Your patterning does need a bit of work, though. Remember, a pattern is linear when the dependent variable goes up by the same amount and THEN we can make an equation like S = 2f + 2, etc... Take a look and reattempt.65You showed some understanding, but struggled following through completely. I believe you can do this, but you're not there YET. However, you can be! Take a look and re-attempt. See me for additional help if you get stuck!dnsYour submission is not in your shared folder, so I can't see it. Please move it in!50Please complete and submit Assessment #760You have a basic understanding of how distance-time graphs and graphing stories work. See my feedback for how to improve this...50Assessment #850Please complete and submit Assessment #8RA9 Q4 - You just put a number for the missing angle and said 'because it looks like the other angle' which doesn't really prove anything. You can get there, you just need more practice by being here in class :)69A9 Q2 - So close! You just forgot to include the height in the volume of a cylinder formula. Take another look and re-submit another cylinder problem!65You're close here, however you assumed there is no initial value when the question says that the cell phone plan is $15 to start plus a certain number of minutes.
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4Student2CLICK TO SEE ALL OF YOUR FEEDBACK35800474100mGreat job chunking multiplication into area models. For example, 14 x 13 could be multiplied by (10 + 4)(10 + 3)84NEW RESUBMISSION (2): Much better. You did Circumference and area of a circle. How about area and perimeter of a triangle to get that badge?65A9 Q1 - You left some of Q1 blank and also mixed up your variables on your x and y axis. Easy fixes!95You had already submitted Baby Beats! JUst got to it today! Great work, with only 2 red flags to look at.85SUBMITTED ADDITIONAL TASK: GREAT JOB ON THE PATTERNING TASK YOU SUBMITTED! You still need to address the problems in the original ORIGINAL TASK: Awesome job! Only a couple red flags to check out!50Complete Patterning Toothpick Task and Submit Via Digital Dropbox80RE-ADDRESSED - Awesome work! Pretty much all good now. Next step would be to go for mastery to improve your mark and grab a badge!50SUBMITTED ADDITIONAL TASK: Good work, however you have squared the areas that they gave you. All you needed to do was add them together and square root to find the side length. ORIGINAL TASK: Great work on the second task! The first task is incomplete and the third task, you were given the hypotenuse, so you must subtract the squares instead of adding them and then square root.95A9 Q1 - Awesome job!55Great work on finding the area of A1, but on A2 you had an issue as well as when you tried to find the total. You also didn't find the perimeter of the figure. See the feedback here.50Complete and Submit Assessment #350Area and Perimeter of Composite Figures - Submit via DIGITAL DROPBOX50Complete and Submit Volume of a Rectangular Prism Practice58You did well on your patterning question, but struggled with the others. Have a look and come in for some help before school. You've missed some time, so you'll need to pull up your socks to get yourself back on track! You can do this!50Complete and Submit Via Digital Dropbox: Practicing Problems Involving Ratios and Rates85Great work overall! A couple small red flags to look at. Also note that you need to work on your formatting when working with an equation... equal signs, etc. need to be used. Easy fixes!80Wow! YOu did really well - and even the areas for improvement aren't far off either! You can rock this in no time. Give it another go! :)65You did the second question clearly and concisely! However, you left the first question blank and had trouble with the last two problems. I know you can do this! Give it another go and resubmit!100mYOU ARE A JEDI MATH-STER!5Please complete and submit Assessment #750Graphing Stories Digital Dropbox Assignment50Please complete and submit Assessment #850Please complete and submit Assessment #8100Great job on the SOCRATIVE assessment today.55A9 Q4 - While you did indicate some of the properties of the angles, you guessed what their values were. You could use geometric properties to find the exact value. Let's have another look and try again!60A9 Q3 - Great job noticing the 'gap' as you mentioned in your explanation, but the gap should exist on the y-axis since it was cost not minutes...95A9 Q2 - Great work finding volume of a cylinder. You did forget your units though, so make sure to take care of that :)
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5Student5Hope you're feeling better. Let's get caught up on some work today since you didn't feel like getting your assessment done yesterday.CLICK TO SEE ALL OF YOUR FEEDBACK35800870100mGreat job chunking multiplication into area models. For example, 14 x 13 could be multiplied by (10 + 4)(10 + 3)100mGreat job - You completed area and perimeter of rectangles & circles with ease as well as perimeter of a triangle! :)65A9 Q1 - Great job creating your graph! You did struggle with the idea of independent/dependent variables and you did not label your variables on the x and y axis. Consider improving this!50Submit Your Baby Beats Template Via DIgital Dropbox100mYou are rocking it, good sir! See your feedback here!90Awesome job, just careful on your equation. Since you get 4 more toothpicks with each figure, your equation should be T = 4f or something similar.95mGood job resubmitting to give an answer for extrapolation. Keep an eye on those questions in the future. You're doing great!82Awesome job on all three tasks using the visual representation! Just need to work on the format of your algebraic representation a^2 + b^2 = c^2. Keep it up!60A9 Q1 - You struggled with the idea of independent/dependent variables and you did not explain why you selected what you did.65You showed you can solve equations on the Assessment 8. Can you complete this task (CLICK HERE) to show you are a math rockstar? Give it a go and submit!60You understand some of the key concepts, but struggled in some areas. Take a look at area of a trapezoid, you struggled with #3 finding the missing value in a proportion, great work overall on patterning, didn't show algebraic method for Pythagorean Theorem, and didn't complete the last question. You can rock this! Give it another go!50Area and Perimeter of Composite Figures - Submit via DIGITAL DROPBOX50Complete and Submit Volume of a Rectangular Prism Practice100Assessment 8 Q4 - Rocked finding the sum of angles in a quadrilateral and then to find the missing angle. Can you do it with a 7-sided polygon? Create your own question and submit for mastery!82Great job, overall! Just a few red flags to address!50Complete and Submit Via Digital Dropbox: Practicing Problems Involving Ratios and Rates55I know you can do this, however you submitted a blank template file. Make it happen so we can put in something truly representative of your understanding.75RESUBMISSION: You resubmitted the same assessment as the first time. ORIGINAL FEEDBACK: Really close here... You have lots of great evidence of thinking, but a few miscues. Take a look at the feedback and give it another try!78Excellent work overall! You forgot one step in the first problem and had a slight mix-up trying to solve for x in the last problem. Easy fixes! Can you fix-up and resubmit?80Assessment 8 Q2 & Q3 - You managed to find your equations in both questions, but I did give you some tips along the way. Can you create your own pattern in a table to show you are a master? I think you can!78Super close! You are on the doorstep! Make it happen, good sir!! Check out the flags and re-submit to master this thing!65You have a basic understanding of how distance-time graphs and graphing stories work. See my feedback for how to improve this...62Assessment 8 Q1 - You were on your way to find the cost per orange, but you found how many oranges per $1 instead without realizing it. Think you can attack it now? I know you can...100mAssessment 8 Q2 & Q3 - Rocked it!100Great job on the SOCRATIVE assessment today.70A9 Q4 - Great job finding the first angle, however you struggled with the second. Give it another shot!100A9 Q2 - Awesome job!68A9 Q3 - Awesome job selecting the appropriate graph, but you didn't explain why you selected it as the question asked. Easy improvement!
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6Student2YOU RESUBMITTED ASSESSMENT #7 WITH NO CHANGES?? Why do you want me to re-assess the same exact work? You need to make improvements before re-submitting.CLICK TO SEE ALL OF YOUR FEEDBACK28000127100mGreat job chunking multiplication into area models. For example, 14 x 13 could be multiplied by (10 + 4)(10 + 3)74Resubmission #2: You're still struggling with area and perimeter of a triangle - especially using random formulas rather than trying to understand why you're using them. Have a look at the flags & comments :)90A9 Q1 - Great job creating your scatter plot and line of best fit. You did leave the first part of the question without justification, though58Thanks for submitting, however the last page is MOSTLY incomplete. Maybe you submitted the wrong version? Either way, finish it up and resubmit!95Awesome work overall! 88Awesome work overall! However, you didn't show your work for the last question... Kind of the most important part - trying to find an equation to help you JUMP to an answer without using a table or graph. Great job otherwise!65Thanks for re-submitting. A few red flags to look at. You can definitely do some work to improve here!70Great job submitting the 3 tasks. Note that you need to show that you can use pythagorean theorem visually (drawing the squares) and also note that you struggled with the 3rd problem when given the hypotenuse. Check out the feedback here.75A9 Q1 - You did well classifying your relationship, however you indicated weak and non-linear. However, this should be strong and linear.95RESUBMISSION #1: A8, Q3 - Great job finding your equation and solving for the unknown value! ORIGINAL FEEDBACK: I Checked and you didn't submit this: Area and Perimeter Practice Task to Submit. You also struggled on Assessment 8 solving for an unknown. Let's address this now!50Complete and Submit Assessment #350You submitted the MOWING THE LAWN task instead of the ACTUAL task we assessed here. Click here to see the task you must submit!85Great job finding the volume of a rectangular prism. You had trouble with the last problem solving question to look at... See flags...100Assessment 8 Q4 - GREAT JOB finding the missing angle in the quadrilateral. Can you do it on a 7-sided polygon? Create a question and solve for a missing angle to go for mastery!72Awesome job on the majority! You had a couple stumbles in the first question and then struggled with the final question... Take another look and resubmit!72Great work, however most of your work does not show how you got your answers. There are a few small mixups, but they would likely correct themselves if you are always showing your work. Cannot give full credit until I see full work! YOU CAN DO IT! :)100mRESUBMISSION: EXCELLENT JOB this time around. Fully complete and it is clear that you have a deep understanding of these concepts!55RESUBMISSION: You resubmitted the same assignment again (the one I helped you on significantly.). Can you create your own questions and re-submit? ORIGINAL FEEDBACK: You made some progress as we worked together after class, but we should try tackling a couple of these again. Also, I can provide you with some additional questions so you can get the hang of it. You're almost there!You didn't put your assignment in your shared folder! I clicked on it, but it says "I need permission" which means you don't have it in your shared folder. Get 'er done!58Assessment 8 Q2 & Q3 - You struggled to find the initial value and rate of change to find your equation. You've done it in the past... can you do it again to show your skills!?!? You can do it!50RESUBMISSION #1: YOU RESUBMITTED ASSESSMENT WITH NO CHANGES?? ORIGINAL FEEDBACK: You had a tough time with this assessment. Definitely need to re-address this and I suggest coming in early before class so we can go over some of it... You can do this!50Graphing Stories Digital Dropbox Assignment58RESUBMISSION #1: Assessment 8, Q1 - You were still stuck coming to a conclusion for how much you'd save. Looks like you have some good thinking there. Can you build on it? If not, see me before class!95RESUBMISSION #1, Q2 & Q3: Great job finding the initial value, rate of change and creating the equation. ORIGINAL FEEDBACK: Assessment 8 Q2 & Q3 - you struggled to determine the initial value and rate of change for both tables. See feedback and re-submit!80Great job on the SOCRATIVE assessment today.65A9 Q4 - Good work finding the first missing angle, however you struggled to find the second one. You can do it, take another look!65A9 Q2 - Great job for most of the cylinder problem, however it appears that you squared twice... take a look.65A9 Q3 - Right idea, but you forgot about the initial value of $15 per month.
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7Student4CLICK TO SEE ALL OF YOUR FEEDBACK37501299100mGreat job chunking multiplication into area models. For example, 14 x 13 could be multiplied by (10 + 4)(10 + 3)70Great attempt going for mastery; however, you used a side length for height in the area formula. Have a look & try again.80A9 Q1 - You did well with your graph, but had trouble labelling and scaling using a consistent gap.85Great job! Just a couple flags to take a look at and improve! Get that BADGE!!80Great work. 3 Red Flags To Check Out!68Awesome work, overall! You have a few things to address including creating & using your equation on the last page.80Great work overall, however you left the last question blank and also used a line of best fit instead of a curve of best fit.75Awesome job on first 2 tasks. On the 3rd task, you were given the hypotenuse, so you must subtract the squares instead of adding them and then square root.88A9 Q1 - Good work. However, this is a strong linear relationship (not non-linear) because it almost forms a line.70UPDATE: Your Assessment 8 shows you can solve equations. However, click here to see if you can do it with this task as well!58Avery - this is the first assessment you've really struggled on and I worry that it is because of your distractions every day. You are more concerned about joking around than doing what you're supposed to be doing in class. See my feedback and let's get you back on track. Would hate to see you waste a great start to the semester.50Area and Perimeter of Composite Figures - Submit via DIGITAL DROPBOX80Great work! Note that some areas of improvement would be writing your formula down and also adding units. There are a couple highlighted areas to look at and re-address for resubmission... Great effort!100Awesome job on Assessment 8 finding the sum of the angles of a quadrilateral and finding missing angles. Can you do it on a 7-sided ? Try creating a question to master this!70You did well on the frontside with only small issues. On the last question, you have some good stuff there, but you need to rethink some of your work. You can rock this! Try it out and resubmit!50Complete and Submit Via Digital Dropbox: Practicing Problems Involving Ratios and Rates58Much of this is incomplete. There are also a couple red flags for you to look at in regards to what you have completed. You are a super capable, intelligent man - how can I help you be successful?75Awesome job on questions 1, 2 and 4! Take another look at my feedback on #3 as you can definitely be successful there, too!75You did a great job with your patterning, but didn't create your equations. You can do this! :) With Pythagorean Theorem, awesome work, but you often times added your squares when you need to subtract in cases where the longest side is given. Take a look!90You dominated this assessment. There is only 1 red flag to address on the last page and I know once you take a look, you can have it fixed up in no time!100mYou rocked finding equations on Assessment 8.50This assessment is not ready to receive a grade. Look at my feedback and re-attempt!68It is clear that you have some understanding here, however you have made a couple mixups with your stories/graphs. You also did not explain why you picked what you did throughout the activity. You can definitely be successful with this learning goal if you are clear with your thinking.100mAwesome job on the Orange-GI Q1 on Assessment 8. Clear and concise solution, MASTER!100mAwesome job on finding equations from the table of values (Q2, Q3) on Assessment 8. Clear and concise solution, MASTER!68A9 Q4 - You found the first missing angle successfully, but struggled in finding the second missing angle.65A9 Q2 - You calculated the area of the base, but forgot to multiply by the height.100A9 Q3 - Great job!
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8Student2you resubmitted assessment 8 instead of doing assessment 9...CLICK TO SEE ALL OF YOUR FEEDBACK37900751100mGreat job chunking multiplication into area models. For example, 14 x 13 could be multiplied by (10 + 4)(10 + 3)92Awesome work! Note that you have one issue with area of a triangle. Also, we haven't done area of a trapezoid, so all students had skipped that question on this assessment.80Great job! Click to see 2 small improvements!50Submit Your Baby Beats Template Via DIgital Dropbox75Great job overall. 3 Red Flags To Check Out!75Toothpick Task was submitted and looked good overall, but your last two questions were incomplete.75Great work, overall. However, there are some red flags to check out and re-address.95Although your first problem (the baseball question) didn't show the algebraic method, your 2nd & 3rd tasks were done very well! Awesome job!50SUBMIT Diagonal Length vs. Side Length Exploration through Digital Dropbox70Your assessment 8 shows you can solve equations. Can you do it for this task as well? (CLICK TO SEE AND COMPLETE TASK)75Great job, overall! You have a couple areas to improve in including area of a trapezoid, creating an equation, and making sure you do everything a question asks of you... Easy improvements!50Area and Perimeter of Composite Figures - Submit via DIGITAL DROPBOX97You Rocked it! Note you didn't indicate your formulas and also missed the units (used suqared instead of cubed in one instance.) Overall, awesome stuff!100Awesome job on Assessment 8 finding the sum of the angles of a quadrilateral and finding missing angles. Can you do it on a 7-sided ? Try creating a question to master this!70You did well on the frontside with only two small issues. On the last question, you have some good stuff there, but you need to rethink some of your work. You can rock this! Try it out and resubmit!50Complete and Submit Via Digital Dropbox: Practicing Problems Involving Ratios and Rates50Complete & Submit via Digital Dropbox: Super Bear Task Template95GREAT JOB, good sir! Only one small issue in the first question where you divided when trying to find the total cost... Check it out!90You dominated this assessment. There is only 1 red flag to address on the last page and I know once you take a look, you can have it fixed up in no time!90UPDATE: ASSESSMENT 8 SHOWS YOU CAN FIND EQUATIONS WITH PRECISION! Can you fix this original task? ORIGINAL FEEDBACK: Great job solving equations! Note that in the last question, you have divided before subtracting the initial value. Easy fix! Have a look!90You did AMAZING! Note that you struggled in just a couple small places including using your equation from #2 to find the last problem. However, you rocked the last page! Easy to MASTER!50Graphing Stories Digital Dropbox Assignment72Great work on the Orange-GI task from assessment 8. However, you found an approximation. Can you determine the cost for 1 orange and then find the cost for 24?100mGreat work on Q2 & Q3 from Assessment #8. Awesome all round!100Great job on the SOCRATIVE assessment today.70Great work on question 4 and 5 from Assessment 8. I think you are at mastery here, but we need some more evidence before I can grant the badge! AWESOME!
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9Student2CLICK TO SEE ALL OF YOUR FEEDBACK37900719100mGreat job chunking multiplication into area models. For example, 14 x 13 could be multiplied by (10 + 4)(10 + 3)60You struggled with area of a circle and triangle on Assessment #2... Have a look and re-attempt...85A9 - Q1 - Click here to read feedback85Great work! A couple red flags to check out...65Great job w/ chunking and classifying your scatter plot. A few red flags to readdress.100mAwesome work, ma'am! Great work creating and using an equation as well!65You had some struggles with area as well as with identifying the pattern on page 2. Have a look and re-attempt.62Great effort here! Task 1 was done great, but then the formula in the second task was mixed up. See the red flags and try, try again! :) You'll get there!68A9 - Q1 - Just had a few small problems when describing the trend. Check out feedback here.68You did the area of one rectangle, but forgot to do area for the second and add together. Also, you had a problem with your perimeter. All easy fixes. Have a look and try another one!75Great job on area of a trapezoid and your patterning problem and making corrections on the last page & resubmitting. However, you struggled with the proportion questions. Take a look and re-try! YOU CAN DO THIS!85Great job on what you did complete! It was pretty sloppy looking, however you showed you understood what you were doing. You did leave the last question blank (boo!)50Complete and Submit Volume of a Rectangular Prism Practice80RESUBMISSION #1: Great job improving! Couple areas we can still improve in - but you're getting there! See the feedback here! :)50Complete and Submit Via Digital Dropbox: Practicing Problems Involving Ratios and Rates50Complete & Submit via Digital Dropbox: Super Bear Task Template62RESUBMISSION: INCOMPLETE! ORIGINAL FEEDBACK: Great job on your proportion question, but you struggled a bit with your measurement questions & the last question. Take a look and resubmit.80You did really well with patterning, however you had some trouble with your equations in spots. Also, awesome work with Pythagorean Theorem. However, you did forget to SUBTRACT the squares when you are given the longest side. Take a look and see where you need to make modifications.72Awesome job on the 2nd problem - you rocked it! The first problem, you sort of lost your way because you didn't really indicate what each value meant to you. You also rocked one of the last problems, but struggled with the final problem. You are so close - let's readdress these and re-submit!65You submitted a blank final page which is the page I wanted to provide feedback on. I saw you doing some great work on the first couple problems on the whiteboard, but I didn't catch the rest. Please paste your photos and re-submit!50Please complete and submit Assessment #750Graphing Stories Digital Dropbox Assignment50Please complete and submit Assessment #850Please complete and submit Assessment #8100Great job on the SOCRATIVE assessment today.65A9 - Q4 Great job finding the first missing angle, however you struggled on the second angle involving parallel lines.68A9 - Q2 - One slight problem - nothing crazy - you CAN DO IT!60A9 - Q3 - Click to read the feedback
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10Student8Great work re-submitting LG10. You didn't use your equation to solve for an unknown value, though. Do that to master the skill!CLICK TO SEE ALL OF YOUR FEEDBACK37800507100mGreat job chunking multiplication into area models. For example, 14 x 13 could be multiplied by (10 + 4)(10 + 3)100m95mA9 Q1 - RESUBMISSION - GREAT JOB! You forgot a line of best fit, though. ORIGINAL FEEDBACK: You did not correctly label your graph and thus your graph is not accurate. There was much incomplete in Q1 as well.95mAwesome job! You did forget to state whether it was a ratio or rate, but no big deal!100mAll I can say is... WOW! Great job, Mat! You're a Mathstar!95mGreat work on your re-submission. Keep it up!95mGreat work! You missed a class and didn't miss a beat. Only one red flag to review.100mAwesome job on your mastery task to solve for a shorter side...85A9 Q1 - RESUBMISSION - You rocked it, however keep in mind that the trend is strong linear (not non-linear) since it is pretty close to a straight line. ORIGINAL FEEDBACK - You left the last part of Q1 blank :( I know you can do it, but I cannot leave a mastery badge if you leave stuff blank :(85RESUBMISSION #1: You created a great problem and wrote your equation successfully. Now, use your equation to solve for an unknown algebraically (using the equation) to master this skill!78Awesome job on most of the assessment, but you did leave the last question blank... Give it a go and resubmit!50You submitted Mowing The Lawn... Click here to see the Area and Perimeter of Composite Figures Practice I'm referring to.80Great job overall! Note thta you should be writing down your formula and also units. Also, on the last page, you aren't really showing all of your work. Hard to tell how you got your answers.100Assessment 8 Q4 - Excellent work!80Very good job on the first 3 questions. You are struggling with area and perimeter when a variable is involved... Take another look at my feedback by clicking on this link.78It is clear that you have a pretty good understanding of what you're doing, however some questions you just have answers down without any work. I assess you based on what work you show, not the final answer. Go back and justify by showing your work for each question to get this mark up! :)50Complete & Submit via Digital Dropbox: Super Bear Task Template50You did Assessment #5, but you didn't submit it!70Your Pythagorean Theorem work looks GREAT, however you did ADD your squares when you were supposed to SUBTRACT when given the longest side. Also, you did not submit the 'Patterning' work - I think you'd rock it!90You dominated this assessment. There is only 1 red flag to address on the last page and I know once you take a look, you can have it fixed up in no time!95Great work and awesome job on the whiteboard. You did leave some questions with just a solution, so make sure to take a photo of the entire solution next time for full credit.80Assessment #7 - Great job on Q1, Q2a, and Q3. However, you left Q2b and Q4 blank. I think you can do these if you tried again! Rock it, good sir!50Graphing Stories Digital Dropbox Assignment100Assessment 8 Q1 - Excellent work!100Assessment 8 Q3 - Excellent work!100Great job on the SOCRATIVE assessment today.68A9 Q4 - Awesome job finding the first angle, however you struggled to find the second angle. Have another look and see if you can apply some of what we've learned about parallel lines recently.100A9 Q2 - Great job finding volume of a cylinder and indicating your units!100A9 Q3 - Awesome job!
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11Student11CLICK TO SEE ALL OF YOUR FEEDBACK37400569100mGreat job chunking multiplication into area models. For example, 14 x 13 could be multiplied by (10 + 4)(10 + 3)95mGreat job with your recent resubmission! I think you're a jedi-master of this learning goal!100mGreat job. Your line of best fit is now very appropriate for the data set! :)95mAwesome job on submitting additional work for a badge!97mAwesome job submitting an additional task to rock a mastery badge! You did it very well and showed all your work!100mAwesome job on the Toothpick Problem.94mGreat job with your resubmission of an additional task & the resubmission of your assessment!75Awesome job on first 2 tasks. On the 3rd task, you were given the hypotenuse, so you must subtract the squares instead of adding them and then square root.80Great work, but the last two questions are incomplete!! Check em out!83RESUBMISSION #2: Great work overall, however you had some struggles with finding the area on the first page. See feedback and try again! :)75Great job on most of the assessment. A couple small areas for improvement as well as re-trying the final question...88Awesome stuff! Only issue comes up in the last problem - used the wrong formula... Easy fix! Great work!100mWOW! Awesome stuff. Excellent work and so impressed that you reached back to something you missed so long ago to rock it out!100Awesome job on Assessment 8 finding the sum of the angles of a quadrilateral and finding missing angles. Can you do it on a 7-sided ? Try creating a question to master this!78Great work - However you have some areas to improve in on the last question involving area and perimeter with an unknown. Have a look!50Complete and Submit Via Digital Dropbox: Practicing Problems Involving Ratios and Rates85Great work, overall! Awesome job with most of your proportions. You still need to work on using equations, but we have tons of time for that! Keep it up!98WOW! Awesome job, Sloane. Really impressed. A couple formatting pieces to look at, but your thinking was made very clear on each question! Congrats on all your hard work!100mTalk about rock-star! I didn't even add feedback to your work... it was really awesome! Keep it up!85Pretty good stuff! Note that when there are zero stacks of paper, the table is 106cm tall... that means (0,106) in your table to begin with. However the rest looks pretty good!75Awesome job overall! Just a couple hiccups to check out and then you'll be on your way to mastery! See my feedback here!75You clearly have an understanding of this learning goal. Some of the specifics are not there yet such as describing when you stop, change directions and explaining your thinking. You'll get there!100mYou ROCKED Q1 from Assessment 8 in regards to unit rate. You are a MASTER!100mYou ROCKED Q2 & Q3 from Assessment 8 in regards to linear relations and finding equations. You are a MASTER!100Great job on the SOCRATIVE assessment today.100You ROCKED Q4 & Q5 from Assessment 8 in regards to Geometric properties. Great stuff!
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STUDENTSAMPLE4CLICK TO SEE ALL OF YOUR FEEDBACK10000000100mGreat job chunking multiplication into area models. For example, 14 x 13 could be multiplied by (10 + 4)(10 + 3)45Great job on calculating perimeter - however, you didn't do the area for each one. I'm almost certain you can, so do it and re-submit! :)95mAWESOME! Your line of best fit could be improved. Click to see how.95mAwesome job! You did forget to state whether it was a ratio or rate, but no big deal!95Awesome job! Only a couple areas for improvement!95mGreat work on your re-submission. Keep it up!75Great work, overall. However, there are some red flags to check out and re-address.82READDRESSED #1: You are asked to find the length of the missing side and you have found the area of the triangle. Note that it is a right angle triangle and this learning goal is about Pythagorean Theorem. Give it another shot :)80Great work, but the last two questions are incomplete!! Check em out!85Great job overall! However you had a problem calculating area of A2. Also consider zooming in or using the zoom tool to help you write a little more clearly on iPad. It's new, so it takes time :)75Great job, overall! You have a couple areas to improve in including area of a trapezoid, creating an equation, and making sure you do everything a question asks of you... Easy improvements!85Great job chunking each composite figure into simple shapes! Please see the yellow flags and ... yadda yadda...97You Rocked it! Note you didn't indicate your formulas and also missed the units (used suqared instead of cubed in one instance.) Overall, awesome stuff!70You did well on the frontside with only two small issues. On the last question, you have some good stuff there, but you need to rethink some of your work. You can rock this! Try it out and resubmit!78It is clear that you have a pretty good understanding of what you're doing, however some questions you just have answers down without any work. I assess you based on what work you show, not the final answer. Go back and justify by showing your work for each question to get this mark up! :)85Great work overall! A couple small red flags to look at. Also note that you need to work on your formatting when working with an equation... equal signs, etc. need to be used. Easy fixes!98WOW! Awesome job, Sloane. Really impressed. A couple formatting pieces to look at, but your thinking was made very clear on each question! Congrats on all your hard work!
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