Math: Stearns, Brown, Brinkmann

Homework

Seventh grade math teachers update this website daily with assignments and upcoming assessments (see below). Please check the website daily for assignments. If a student forgets their book at school, students can log on to the online textbook to access the homework or access any worksheets.

Online Resources

To access Pearson resources online, on the FHMS Website, click on “Students” on the right and click “Pearson Easy Bridge”. This will take you to your “Clever” login.

Click “Login with my Active Directory” on the left. Students have been given information about their username and password so that they can login. Please keep a copy of this information at home.

Now, click the “Pearson Easy Bridge” Icon. You will see your name and your math class. Click on the “Pearson Realize” Icon on the right side.

The math online textbook allows students to access the following:

-Virtual Nerd (video tutorials)     

-MathXL (practice problems)

-Interactive examples (examples from class for students to watch again)

-Games (to increase fluency)

Free Apps:

Virtual Nerd (Video tutorials)

-available on iTunes 

-available on Google Play 

Pearson Bounce Pages App (Allows students to scan textbooks for additional support)

-available on iTunes

-available on Google Play

 

Seventh Grade Math Tutoring

There is free math tutoring available for all grade levels on Wednesday mornings from 7:30 to 8:00 in Ms. Stearns' room #154, and on Monday afternoons from 3:15 to 4:15 in Ms. Brown's room #145. In addition, there is a district list of tutors (for a fee) in the guidance office. Please contact the guidance office if you are interested.

Extra Credit:

Extra credit for Quarter 3 has been uploaded to Google Classroom for each teacher.

Math Contract 2019-2020:

Click here for the math contract.

Ms. Stearns' Homework: 
To locate uploaded documents - go to google classroom:
Google Classroom Codes: 
​  Pre-algebra   K87eyt           Math 7   tjhx5rc

EXTRA CREDIT DUE THURSDAY, 2/27

Monday, February 24, 2020:
Objective: We will be able to find all possible outcomes of compound events.
PA Homework: 8.5 pages 466-468 (1-15)
Topic 8 Summative and Bell Ringer Quiz 14, Friday

Objective: We will be able to compare populations using mean, median, mode, range, interquartile range, and mean absolute deviation.
Math 7 Homework: 6.4 pages 338-340 (1-11)
Topic 6 Quiz, Thursday
Bell Ringer Quiz 14, Friday

Tuesday, February 25, 2020:
Objective: We will be able to find the probability of a compound event.
PA Homework: 8.6 pages 472-474 (1-13)
Topic 8 Summative and Bell Ringer Quiz 14, Friday

Objective: We will be able to use vocabulary and processes to prepare for our Topic 6 Quiz.
Math 7 Homework: Book Review pages 345-348

Wednesday, February 26, 2020
Objective: We will be able to simulate a compound event to approximate its probability.
PA Homework: 8.7 pages 478 (4-13)
Topic 8 Summative and Bell Ringer Quiz 14, Friday

Objective: We will be able to use vocabulary and processes to prepare for the Topic 6 Quiz.
Math 7 Homework: Study your review!
Topic 6 Summative tomorrow!
Bell Ringer Quiz 14, Friday

Thursday, February 27, 2020
Objective: We will be able to use vocabulary and processes to prepare for our Topic 8 Summative
PA Homework: Study your Review!
Extra Credit due tonight.
Topic 8 Summative and Bell Ringer Quiz 14 tomorrow.

Objective: We will be able to use vocabulary and processes to take our Topic 6 Quiz
Math 7 Homework: Extra Credit due tonight!
Bell Ringer Quiz 14 tomorrow.

Friday, February 28, 2020
Objective: We will be able to use vocabulary and processes to take our Quiz 8.1 to 8.4.
PA Homework: Extra Credit due Thursday, 2/27

Objective: We will be able to use vocabulary and processes to take our District Benchmark Assessment.
Math 7 Homework: None


Ms. Brown's Homework

Extra Credit due Thursday, 2/27

Monday, February 24, 2020

Objective: We will...

-Know: measures of center and measures of variability

-Understand: measures of variability show how consistent (or varied) the spread of the data is

-Be able to: make comparative inferences about two populations

Math 7 Homework: 

Hours 1, 6, 7: HW 6.4 due 2/26

Hours 3, 4: HW 6.4 due 2/26


Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Objective: We will...

-Know: measures of center and measures of variability

-Understand: measures of variability show how consistent (or varied) the spread of the data is

-Be able to: make comparative inferences about two populations

Math 7 Homework: 

Hours 1, 6, 7: HW 6.4 due 2/26

Hours 3, 4: HW 6.4 due 2/26


Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Objective: We will...

-Know: 

-Understand: 

-Be able to: use vocab and skills to succeed on our Topic 6 Quest

Math 7 Homework: 

Hours 1, 6, 7: Review/study!

Hours 3, 4: Review/study!


Thursday, February 27, 2020

Objective: We will...

-Know: 

-Understand: 

-Be able to: use vocab and skills to succeed on our Topic 6 Quest

Math 7 Homework: 

Hours 1, 6, 7: NONE

Hours 3, 4: NONE


Friday, February 28, 2020

Objective: We will...

-Know: 

-Understand: 

-Be able to: succeed on our Benchmark Test

Math 7 Homework: 

Hours 1, 6, 7: NONE

Hours 3, 4: NONE

 

For past assignments, click here
Mrs. Brinkmann's Homework 

Tuesday 2/18 lesson 6.2 homework is page 323 (3-10)
Wednesday 2/19 review of measures of center, homework is worksheet






Study Island Extra Credit Opportunity

Students have from Friday, February 20th until Sunday, March 1st at the end of the day to earn blue ribbons on Study Island. The assignments are the same for math7 and prealgebra. Students need to go to study island and log in with their username and password. Their username is their first name with the first letter capitalized followed by a period and then their last name with the first letter capitalized @fhsd. For example, Mickey Mouse's username would be Mickey.Mouse@fhsd. Their password is their student id number. Once they are in, they just need to click on the third quarter extra credit assignment. Students can earn up to 12 points extra credit (not percentage points). Each blue ribbon earned is 3 points extra credit (not percentage points).

Study Island Extra Credit Opportunity

Students have from Friday, February 20th until Sunday, March 1st at the end of the day to earn blue ribbons on Study Island. The assignments are the same for math7 and prealgebra. Students need to go to study island and log in with their username and password. Their username is their first name with the first letter capitalized followed by a period and then their last name with the first letter capitalized @fhsd. For example, Mickey Mouse's username would be Mickey.Mouse@fhsd. Their password is their student id number. Once they are in, they just need to click on the third quarter extra credit assignment. Students can earn up to 12 points extra credit (not percentage points). Each blue ribbon earned is 3 points extra credit (not percentage points).

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