Demonstrations of Learning
Students opened their own ice cream parlors selling one scoop cones and sundaes and will use a system of equations to determine how many ice cream cones and sundaes were sold for each day they were open. Students must present their projects using a poster board/display, powerpoint, manual, anchor chart, video...etc following the direction of a 100 point rubric.
Students created Organizers to use as a study guide in preparation for assessments on arithmetic sequences and positive & negative associations of linear equations.
Students chose careers earning under $15 dollars an hour, chose eight items they desired to purchase, calculated how many hours they needed to work to buy the items they desired and put information into slope-intercept form using display boards and PowerPoint.
Students created the “Slope Tree” by solving problems involving slope-intercept form, point-slope form, standard form, parallel lines and perpendicular.