Learning Log   Learning Skills  Midterm Mark & Comment: 90  End of Quarter Grade & Comment: 90 
Student Sample  You've earned 2 badges!    Responsibility: E  Organization: E  Independent Work: E  Collaboration: E  Initiative: E  Sample Student has shown a high degree of effectiveness in most areas of the course including solving multistep linear equations. However, she has struggled to find a linear equation when given slope and a point. Attempt mastery tasks related to learning goals in need of attention from your learning log for an opportunity to grow.  Sample Student has shown a high degree of effectiveness in most areas of the course including solving multistep linear equations. However, she struggles to simplify numerical expressions involving integers. Continue working dilegently in grade 10 academic and your success will continue. 
Current Average  78.1  You're a Angle!   SelfRegulation: E  Growth Mindset




Next Learning Goal to ReAddress:  #11  NA2.07  I can solve firstdegree equations, including equations with fractional coefficients, using a variety of tools and strategies. Current Mark: 58%  Current Level: 1  SUBMIT A TASK TO IMPROVE  A5 Q1  You're continuing to struggle solving equations. Come in to see me before school starts... we can iron this out real quick!       
Note From Mr. Pearce:  To the Class: The majority of students are fully complete Knowledgehook Homework! Great job! The new mastery course code is: SNAP358 if you haven't joined yet.
To You: Be sure to address the learning goals that you have struggled with recently!   Use the resources below to help you improve 
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1  NA2.02  I can solve problems requiring the manipulation of expressions arising from applications of percent, ratio, rate, and proportion.  78  3  ★★★  SUBMIT A TASK TO IMPROVE  A1 Q1  Great visual to show they are equal, but you haven't really explained why that is true.   Baby Beats Task Template  Baby Beats Practice  Register for Knowledgehook. Use Class Code BUG629       
2  LR1.02  I can pose problems, identify variables, and formulate hypotheses associated with relationships between two variables.  85  4  ★★★★  Submit a challenging task to gain a mastery badge.  A3 Q1  Awesome work identifying variables, but you didn't explain your reasoning.   Candle Burning Math Task Template   Candle Burning KH Gameshow       
3  LR2.02  I can construct tables of values, scatter plots, and lines or curves of best fit as appropriate, using a variety of tools for linearly related and nonlinearly related data collected from a variety of sources.  92  4  ★★★★  Submit a challenging task to gain a mastery badge.  A4 Q1  Great job with your table and graph. Note this data appears to be curving, so a curve of best fit would be more appropriate.   ASSESSMENT #1  COURSE REVIEW  RELATIONS & POLYNOMIALS  COURSE REVIEW  EQUATIONS  COURSE REVIEW  MODELING WITH GRAPHS  COURSE REVIEW  ANALYSE LINEAR RELATIONS  COURSE REVIEW  GEOMETRIC RELATIONSHIPS  COURSE REVIEW  MEASUREMENT RELATIONSHIPS   
4  LR1.04  I can describe trends and relationships observed in data, make inferences from data, compare the inferences with hypotheses about the data, and explain any differences between the inferences and the hypotheses.  92  4  ★★★★  Submit a challenging task to gain a mastery badge.  A2 Q3  Nice job. Not sure if I'd call it weak. There is one point that is outside the trend called an 'outlier'.   Pumpkin TimeBomb Template  Number of Rubber Bands to Explode vs. Diameter of Pumpkin  # of Rubber Bands vs. Thickness  # of Rubber Bands vs. Height  # of Rubber Bands vs. Circumference     
5  LR1.01  I can interpret the meanings of points on scatter plots or graphs that represent linear relations, including scatter plots or graphs in more than one quadrant.  95  4  ★★★★  SUBMIT A TASK TO IMPROVE  A1 Q3  Great work and awesome communication.           
6  MG2.03  I can solve problems involving the areas and perimeters of composite twodimensional shapes.  92  4  ★★★★  SUBMIT A TASK TO IMPROVE  A2 Q1  Great job, but you included the width of the track in your calculation. You only run around the track (not across the goal lines on the soccer field. Q2  Great job!   R2D2 Math Task Template  R2D2 KH Gameshow  Explain Everything Area Investigation  Visualizing Area of a Trapezoid [VIDEO]  Mowing the Lawn  Predictions  Mowing the Lawn Task Template  Mowing the Lawn  SILENT SOLUTION [VIDEO]  HOMEWORK  COMPLETE ASSIGNED KNOWLEDGEHOOK TASKS  
7  LR3.01  I can determine values of a linear relation by using a table of values, by using the equation of the relation, and by interpolating or extrapolating from the graph of the relation.  95  4  ★★★★  SUBMIT A TASK TO IMPROVE  A2 Q3  Great prediction. Note that you should have a line or curve of best fit to make your predictions more accurate. Good work calling it interpolation.   ASSESSMENT #2  How to Submit Your Assessment to Digital Dropbox  After Assessment, Complete New Assigned KH Activities   Gas Guzzler Task Template   Placing Toothpicks Math Task Template   
8  MG3.01  I can determine, through investigation using a variety of tools and describe the properties and relationships of the interior and exterior angles of triangles, quadrilaterals, and other polygons, and apply the results to problems involving the angles of polygons.  92  4  ★★★★   HERE IS YOUR FEEDBACK   Best Triangle GeoGebra Worksheet  Explain Everything Angle Learning Journey  Explain Everything Angle Learning Journey Part 2   Mon Sep 28 Math Task Template  Share Out Your Predictions on the Padlet Wall!   TUE SEPT 29th  ASSESSMENT #3  Explain Everything Protractor Template 
9  AG1.01  I can determine, through investigation, the characteristics that distinguish the equation of a linear relation (straight line) from the equations of nonlinear relations (curves).  88  4  ★★★★  SUBMIT A TASK TO IMPROVE  Great work   WED SEPT 30  Stormy Winters (Practice)  WED SEPT 30  More Placing Toothpicks   THU OCT 1st  Placing Toothpicks Sequel Template  THU OCT 1st  Patterning Practice     
10  LR2.04  I can compare the properties of direct variation and partial variation in applications, and identify the initial value when described in words, represented as a table, a graph, or an equation.  68  2  ★★  SUBMIT A TASK TO IMPROVE  A4 Q3  You misinterpreted the question as how much she has taken out. We wanted how much is left in the account. However, you itendified direct variation which is good. Still no explanation. You need to read problems and explain your thinking.   Flaps! Math Task Template  Crazy Taxi Math Task Template  ASSESSMENT #4       
11  NA2.07  I can solve firstdegree equations, including equations with fractional coefficients, using a variety of tools and strategies.  58  1  ★  SUBMIT A TASK TO IMPROVE  A5 Q1  You're continuing to struggle solving equations. Come in to see me before school starts... we can iron this out real quick!   SolveMe Mobiles  Explain Everything Sour Patch Kids Tasks 1 to 4  Explain Everything Sour Patch Kids Tasks 5 and 6  Explain Everything Sour Patch Kids Create Your Own    REPLAY GAMESHOW: Solving One & TwoStep Equations  REPLAY GAMESHOW: Solving MultiStep Equations  
12  NA2.09  I can solve problems that can be modelled with firstdegree equations, and compare algebraic methods to other solution methods.  95  4  ★★★★   A5 Q2  Great job creating and solving your equations! /// A5 Q3  Great job using trial and error. Can you do it another way?   ASSESSMENT #5   Desmos Learning Journey!       
13  MG2.01  I can relate the geometric representation of the Pythagorean theorem and the algebraic representation a^2 + b^2 = c^2.  68  2  ★★  SUBMIT A TASK TO IMPROVE  SAMPLE STUDENT           
14  MG2.02  I can solve problems using the Pythagorean theorem, as required in applications.  96  4  ★★★★  SUBMIT A TASK TO IMPROVE  SAMPLE STUDENT           
15  LR3.03  I can represent a linear relation in four ways (description, table, graph, equation) and determine other representations of a linear relation, given one representation.  78  3  ★★★  SUBMIT A TASK TO IMPROVE  SAMPLE STUDENT           
16  MG2.04  I can develop, through investigation, the formulas for the volume of a pyramid, a cone, and a sphere.  58  1  ★  SUBMIT A TASK TO IMPROVE  SAMPLE STUDENT   ASSESSMENT #7  Discovering Formulas For Area & Volume [VIDEOS]        
17  MG2.06  I can solve problems involving the surface areas and volumes of prisms, pyramids, cylinders, cones, and spheres, including composite figures.  95  4  ★★★★  SUBMIT A TASK TO IMPROVE  A7 Q3  Excellent!           
18  AG2.02  I can identify, through investigation with technology, the geometric significance of m and b in the equation y = mx + b.  95  4  ★★★★  SUBMIT A TASK TO IMPROVE  A8 Q4  WOW  IMPRESSIVE!! Want to share this with the class!   ASSESSMENT #8   Desmos Polygraph: LINES  Desmos: MATCH MY LINE      
19  AG3.02  I can determine the equation of a line when given information about the line such as: the slope and yintercept; the slope and a point; or two points from the line.  95  4  ★★★★  SUBMIT A TASK TO IMPROVE  A8 Q3  GREAT JOB!!           
20  NA1.01  I can substitute into and evaluate algebraic expressions involving exponents.  68  2  ★★  SUBMIT A TASK TO IMPROVE  SAMPLE STUDENT   ASSESSMENT #9         
21  NA1.03  I can derive, through the investigation and examination of patterns, the exponent rules for multiplying and dividing monomials, and apply these rules in expressions involving one and two variables with positive exponents.  92  4  ★★★★  SUBMIT A TASK TO IMPROVE  SAMPLE STUDENT    ASSESSMENT #10        
22  NA1.04  I can extend the multiplication rule to derive and understand the power of a power rule, and apply it to simplify expressions involving one and two variables with positive exponents.  85  4  ★★★★  SUBMIT A TASK TO IMPROVE  SAMPLE STUDENT           
23  NA2.03  I can relate my understanding of inverse operations to squaring and taking the square root, and apply inverse operations to simplify expressions and solve equations.  82  3  ★★★  SUBMIT A TASK TO IMPROVE  SAMPLE STUDENT   ASSESSMENT #11         
24  NA2.04  I can add and subtract polynomials with up to two variables using a variety of tools.  76  3  ★★★  To obtain a level 4, consistantly perform at mastery level.  SAMPLE STUDENT   ASSESSMENT #12         
25  NA2.05  I can multiply a polynomial by a monomial involving the same variable using a variety of tools.  74  3  ★★★  To obtain a level 4, consistantly perform at mastery level.  SAMPLE STUDENT   ASSESSMENT #13         
26  AG2.01  I can determine, through investigation, various formulas for the slope of a line segment or a line, and use the formulas to determine the slope of a line segment or a line.  92  4  ★★★★  SUBMIT A TASK TO IMPROVE  SAMPLE STUDENT           
27  NA2.E1  I can explain math nomenclature such as defining: term, coefficient, variable, expression (i.e.: monomials, binomials, trinomials), equation, degree of a term, degree of a polynomial.  82  3  ★★★  To obtain a level 4, consistantly perform at mastery level.  SAMPLE STUDENT           
28  NA2.01  I can simplify numerical expressions involving integers and rational numbers, with and without the use of technology.  88  4  ★★★★  Submit a challenging task to gain a mastery badge.  SAMPLE STUDENT           
29  LR3.02  I can describe a situation that would explain the events illustrated by a given graph of a relationship between two variables.  82  3  ★★★  To obtain a level 4, consistantly perform at mastery level.  SAMPLE STUDENT           
30  AG3.01  I can graph lines by hand, using a variety of techniques.  76  3  ★★★  SUBMIT A TASK TO IMPROVE  SAMPLE STUDENT           
31  AG2.04  I can identify, through investigation, properties of the slopes of lines and line segments such as direction, positive or negative rate of change (slope), steepness, parallelism, and perpendicularity, using graphing technology to facilitate investigations, where appropriate.  68  2  ★★  SUBMIT A TASK TO IMPROVE  SAMPLE STUDENT           
32  AG3.05  I can determine graphically the point of intersection of two linear relations, and interpret the intersection point in the context of an application.  75  3  ★★★  SUBMIT A TASK TO IMPROVE  The Landscaping Problem  Careful  you made an error in your table and graph. Also, the last two questions, BOTH companies are cheapest depending on how many hours you need. When is landscape effects best? When is green lawn best?   GAMESHOW from Mon Dec 14  We did Q1 to Q4         
33  LR2.05  I can determine the equation of a line of best fit for a scatter plot, using an informal process.  78  3  ★★★  SUBMIT A TASK TO IMPROVE  SAMPLE STUDENT   ASSESSMENT #14         
34  MG1.01  I can determine the maximum area of a rectangle with a given perimeter by constructing a variety of rectangles, using a variety of tools, and by examining various values of the area as the side lengths change and the perimeter remains constant.        DEC 16th HANDOUT  SUBMIT VIA DIGITAL DROPBOX!         
35  MG1.02  I can determine the minimum perimeter of a rectangle with a given area by constructing a variety of rectangles, using a variety of tools, and by examining various values of the side lengths and the perimeter as the area stays constant.                
36  KNOWLEDGEHOOK HOMEWORK PERCENTAGE OF STARS COMPLETED  216 STARS TOTAL
CURRENT CLASS AVERAGE: 76%  89  4  ★★★★  Submit a challenging task to gain a mastery badge.  193 out of 216 stars! Great job! Almost there!           
37  KNOWLEDGEHOOK REVIEW COURSE  ADD COURSE CODE: SNAP358 under your profile
SHOULD HAVE 126 STARS AS OF MON JAN 11th  98  4  ★★★★  Submit a challenging task to gain a mastery badge.  This is your KH Mark as of Mission #5           
38  AG1.02  I can identify, through investigation, the equation of a line in any of the forms y = mx + b, Ax + By + C = 0, x = a, y = b.  88  4  ★★★★  SUBMIT A TASK TO IMPROVE  SAMPLE STUDENT        9    
39  NA2.08  I can rearrange formulas involving variables in the first degree, with and without substitution.      SAMPLE STUDENT           
40  AG1.03  I can express the equation of a line in the form y = mx + b, given the form Ax + By + C = 0.  95  4  ★★★★  SUBMIT A TASK TO IMPROVE  SAMPLE STUDENT           
41  NA2.06  I can expand and simplify polynomial expressions involving one variable using a variety of tools.  58  1  ★  SUBMIT A TASK TO IMPROVE  SAMPLE STUDENT           
42  LR2.01  I can construct tables of values, graphs, and equations, using a variety of tools to represent linear relations derived from descriptions of realistic situations.  40  R  Retry  SUBMIT A TASK TO IMPROVE  SAMPLE STUDENT           
43  LR2.03  I can identify, through investigation, some properties of linear relations and apply these properties to determine whether a relation is linear or nonlinear (by rate of change/initial value when described in words, by first differences in a table, straight/curved graph, degree of terms in equation).  40  R  Retry  SUBMIT A TASK TO IMPROVE  SAMPLE STUDENT           
44  LR3.04  I can describe the effects on a linear graph and make the corresponding changes to the linear equation when the conditions of the situation they represent are varied.                
45  AG2.03  I can determine, through investigation, connections among the representations of a constant rate of change of a linear relation.                
46  AG3.03  I can describe the meaning of the slope and yintercept for a linear relation arising from a realistic situation and describe a situation that could be modelled by a given linear equation.                
47  AG3.04  I can identify and explain any restrictions on the variables in a linear relation arising from a realistic situation.                
48  EQAO PRACTICE BOOKLET #1  Multiple Choice Questions  82  3  ★★★  To obtain a level 4, consistantly perform at mastery level.  SAMPLE STUDENT   EQAO 2015 Release Questions         
49  EQAO PRACTICE BOOKLET #1  Open Response Questions  88  4  ★★★★  Submit a challenging task to gain a mastery badge.  SAMPLE STUDENT           
50  ACTUAL SCORE AFTER EQAO PRACTICE DAY 1  85  4  ★★★★  Submit a challenging task to gain a mastery badge.  SAMPLE STUDENT           
51  EQAO PRACTICE BOOKLET #2  Multiple Choice Questions  69  2  ★★  Attempt to perform learning goal again to improve to level 3/4.  SAMPLE STUDENT           
52  EQAO PRACTICE BOOKLET #2  Open Response Questions  100  4  ★★★★  Submit a challenging task to gain a mastery badge.  SAMPLE STUDENT           
53  OVERALL EQAO PRACTICE SCORE  85  4  ★★★★  Submit a challenging task to gain a mastery badge.  Great work. Study up for tonight to get this even higher!           
54  EQAO BOOKLET #1 MULTIPLE CHOICE  64  2  ★★  Attempt to perform learning goal again to improve to level 3/4.  A little lower than I expected after all your hard work. Don't fret, though. The hard work will pay off... give it another go tomorrow  I know you can do it!           
55  EQAO BOOKLET #1 OPEN RESPONSE  69  2  ★★  Attempt to perform learning goal again to improve to level 3/4.  Good work here. Struggled with the area of a composite figure with algebra (variables). You also           
56  EQAO SCORE AFTER DAY #1  67  2  ★★  Attempt to perform learning goal again to improve to level 3/4.  SAMPLE STUDENT           
57  EQAO BOOKLET #2 MULTIPLE CHOICE  64  2  ★★  Attempt to perform learning goal again to improve to level 3/4.  SAMPLE STUDENT   FSE  MATH PORTFOLIO EXPECTATIONS & RUBRIC         
58  EQAO BOOKLET #2 OPEN RESPONSE  69  2  ★★  Attempt to perform learning goal again to improve to level 3/4.  SAMPLE STUDENT           
59  FINAL EQAO SCORE  67  2  ★★  Attempt to perform learning goal again to improve to level 3/4.  SAMPLE STUDENT           
60  FSE SCORE  82  3  ★★★  To obtain a level 4, consistantly perform at mastery level.  Intro/reflections  Good work (18/20). LG 1 to 3 are pretty short, one example but explained well. LG 4 is done really well explaining each of the 4 representations. Good work overall, but consider the rubric asks for some depth of knowledge from LG13. (64/80)           
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