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# Mr. Albrecht's Class Blog

## LINKS!

- Student Portal
- Parent Portal
- Ray School
- Mrs. Kelley
- Mrs. Gruzien
- Mr. Florell
- Mrs. Shaw-Nobles
- Ms. Johnson-Finner's blog
- CCSS- Basically the outline of what we learn each year in math class
- Math Practice Standards
- NWEA RIT Norms
- Sir Ken Robinson- Do School's Kill Creativity?
- Sir Ken Robinson-Changing Education Paradigms
- To This Day
- Khan Academy

## Sunday, September 23, 2018

### Math Week 9-24-18

**7th Loyola:**We continue to learn about proportions and how to tell if a relationship is proportional. We will spend the bulk of our time relating proportions to algebra by determining the constant of proportionality (and direct and partial variation), k, in terms of y=kx.

**7th Chicago:**We learn about equivalent ratios. We will use tape diagrams to determine equivalent ratios. We then focus on unit rates and how to use unit rates to compare relationships.

**8th DePaul:**We continue to practice with the rules of exponents: multiplying, dividing, negative powers, zero power, power to a power. We then investigate really big and really small numbers using scientific notation.

**8th UIC:**Then we practice with the rules of exponents: multiplying, dividing, negative powers, zero power, power to a power. We then investigate really big and really small numbers using scientific notation, as well as, how to multiply and divide numbers in scientific notation.

## Monday, September 17, 2018

## Sunday, September 16, 2018

### Math Week 9-17-18

**7th Loyola:**We learn about proportions and how to tell if a relationship is proportional. We also relate proportions to algebra by determining the constant of proportionality, k, in terms of y=kx.

**7th Chicago:**We learn about ratios and how to represent and model ratios. We then move to determining equivalent ratios.

**8th DePaul:**We practice with the rules of exponents: multiplying, dividing, negative powers, zero power, power to a power.

**8th UIC:**We finish with distinguishing between rational and irrational numbers. Then we practice with the rules of exponents: multiplying, dividing, negative powers, zero power, power to a power. Students will also review distributive property as it relates to algebraic expressions and equations.

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