• 9TH GRADE GEOMETRY 2019-2020

     

    DISTANCE LEARNING PHASE 2 PLANS

     

    Daily Expectations for Students

     

     

    1. Check OneNote for our weekly assignments under the "Distance Learning" section (these will be posted on Sunday nights each week).
    2. Watch pre-recorded lesson and start practice assignment!
    3. Attend your classroom check-in via Teams
            1st Period - Mondays at 11:00 am
            2nd Period - Mondays at 1:30 pm
            5th Period - Wednesdays at 11:00 am
    4. Complete and submit assignments by Sunday night
          - Assignments will be done via OneNote, IXL, or Quizizz as indicated by Miss Pileggi.
          - Email me if there are any extraneous circumstances

      ** Abide by CB Online Meeting Guidelines, found here.

    Office Hours

    I will be available to students during a specified time of their “class period” each week. These meeting times can be found on your Outlook and Teams calendars. The times are:

    • 1st Period - Mondays at 11:00 am
    • 2nd Period - Mondays at 1:30 pm
    • 5th Period - Wednesdays at 11:00 am

    I will be also be available to parents and students Thursdays from 12:00 - 12:30. You can reach me via email at rpileggi@cbsd.org

    Classroom Tools

    • Our class will be using OneNote as the primary mode of assigning and collecting work. Be sure to complete your work in your Distance Learning section. 
    • On top of completing work in OneNote, students will be asked to complete work using IXL or Quizizz as indicated by Miss Pileggi.

    ** All resources needed for any given lesson will always be found in OneNote within the agenda. This will include instructional materials/information, any necessary links for videos, etc. **

    Resources

     OneNote - Having syncing issues?

    • Make sure your laptop isn’t low on battery!
    • Right click your notebook to sync
    • Go through office 365 online

     Teams

    • Chat – you may use Teams to ask questions for me and the class.
           Help your classmates out by answering their questions if you can!
    • Calendar – you can use the calendar feature to see when you have live sessions with Miss Pileggi!

     IXL – www.ixl.com/signin/cbsd

    • If you forget your username and password, please email Miss Pileggi
    • CLICK HERE for a quick tutorial video
    • IXL will be used for various assignments during Distance Learning Phase 2 and is a great place to find extra practice!

     Quizizz - https://quizizz.com/

     Parent resources

    • CLICK HERE to find parent resources provided by the Special Education department!

     

     

     

    DISTANCE LEARNING PHASE ONE RESOURCES


    MARCH 31, 2020

    • Overview: Today you will continue to review the different forms of factoring! First, you will go check your answers to yesterday’s factoring practice in OneNote. Be sure to email me any questions so that I can help you before you continue! Then, you will be doing a Quizizz to continue practicing the different forms of factoring.
    • Estimate Time: 30 minutes
    • Explanation:
      • Students should be able to factor polynomials using GCF, difference of two squares, factoring by grouping, etc.
    • Tasks
    1. Review Answers – In OneNote, check your answers to yesterday’s practice with my answers.
      • Email me any questions that you are confused about! 😊
    2. Factoring Quizizz – Click the link below to practice using the distributive property and combining like terms via a Quizizz game!
      • quizizz.com/join?gc=265407
      • You will instantly get feedback on what you got right and wrong!
      • Make sure to look over what you got right and wrong and let me know if you have any questions!
    3. Check Email – Be sure to check your email for an email from me about a Teams meeting on Wednesday or Thursday this week to prepare for Phase 2 of distance learning!
      • If you did not receive this email or are confused please reach out!
    4. Questions? – Still confused on any of the problems? Email me or post your question in Teams!
    • Links/Materials

    MARCH 30, 2020

    • Overview: Today you will be reviewing the different types of factoring. You will be completing a practice worksheet in OneNote. You will also watch a video of me doing a few of the problems from this worksheet to help you get started on the various types of problems! As always, if you have any questions, feel free to reach out!
    • Estimate Time: 30 minutes
    • Explanation:
      • Students should be able to factor polynomials using GCF, difference of two squares, factoring by grouping, etc.
    • Tasks
    1. Review VideoClick here to watch the review video to help you get started on your worksheet!
      • In the video, I do one problem from each section of the worksheet. It will be a good idea to watch the video and follow along with me! 😊
    2. Practice – In OneNote, complete the practice worksheet on factoring.
    3. Questions? – Still confused on any of the problems? Email me or post your question in Teams!
    • Links/Materials

    MARCH 26, 2020

    • Overview: Today you will be reviewing similarity ratios (scale factors), similarity statements, and finding missing measures of similar figures. These are all topics that we covered when we were last in class together! This will be done via IXL.
    • Estimate Time: 30 minutes
    • Explanation:
      • Students should be able to find scale factors and write similarity statements of similar figures.
      • Students should be able to find missing side lengths of similar figures.
    • Tasks
    1. IXL PracticeClick here to sign into IXL. You should have three topics to work on today.
      • 1 Similarity ratios, P.2 Similarity statements, P.5 Similar triangles and indirect measurement
      • Try to get to a SmartScore of 70% before moving on to the next topic.
    2. Questions? – Still confused on any of the problems? Email me or post your question in Teams!
    • Links/Materials

    MARCH 25, 2020

    • Overview: Today you will be continue to review the Pythagorean Theorem. This is a topic that you have learned before in Algebra 1 and that we will be working on more in Unit 7! You will be completing a Quizizz activity to review this topic. But first, make sure to check your answers to yesterday’s practice and reach out with any questions you might have!
    • Estimate Time: 30 minutes
    • Explanation:
      • Students should be able to use the Pythagorean Theorem to solve for a missing side length of a right triangle.
    • Tasks
    1. Practice Check – In OneNote, check your answers with my answer key to see how you did on yesterday’s Pythagorean Theorem Practice. Email me if you are confused about any of the problems!
    2. Quizizz PracticeClick here to practice the Pythagorean Theorem!
      • Make sure to have some scrap paper and a calculator ready to use!
    3. Want Extra Practice?Click here to login to IXL. Then, find the skill Q.1 Pythagorean Theorem to keep practicing!
    4. Teams Check-in Click here anytime between 1:30 and 2:30 for an optional check-in if you would like to ask any questions or check-in with me about how distance learning has been going!
    • Links/Materials

    MARCH 24, 2020

    • Overview: Today you will be reviewing the Pythagorean Theorem. This is a topic that you have learned before in Algebra 1 and that we will be working on more in Unit 7! You will watch a short video to review the Pythagorean Theorem and then you will try some problems for yourself in OneNote!
    • Estimate Time: 30 minutes
    • Explanation:
      • Students should be able to use the Pythagorean Theorem to solve for a missing side length of a right triangle.
    • Tasks
    1. Pythagorean Theorem Review VideoClick here to watch me do three more challenging radical operations problems
      • Tech Tip – you can click the settings button and click “Playback Speed” to adjust the speed of my talking if I am going too slow for you😊
    2. Pythagorean Theorem Practice – In OneNote, complete the worksheet labeled “Pythagorean Theorem Practice”.
    3. Questions? – Still confused on any of the problems? Email me or post your question in Teams!
    • Links/Materials

    MARCH 23, 2020

    • Overview: Today you will continue reviewing radical operations because of the feedback I got from many of you yesterday saying that you could use a little more practice. You will be working in OneNote today on a worksheet and I will again give you feedback on how you did. You can also watch my “IXL Trouble Spots” video to see me go over a few of the problems that many people got incorrect. My answer key will also be available in OneNote so that you can self-check as you work!
    • Estimate Time: 30 minutes
    • Explanation:
      • Students should be able to simplify radical expressions.
      • Students should be able to add, subtract, and multiply radical expressions.
      • Students should be able to rationalize denominators.
    • Tasks
    1. IXL RecapClick here to watch me go over a few of the tough questions from IXL yesterday and remember that some of those were harder than I expected!
    2. Radicals Review (day 3) – Complete the “Radicals Review (day 3)” worksheet in OneNote. My answer key is there for you to self-check as you go. I will also be checking your work to give individual feedback as needed 😊
    3. Distance Learning Feedback – If you didn’t already, fill out this survey to let me know what is working and what isn’t in terms of distance learning in my class!
    4. Questions? – Still confused on any of the problems? Email me or post your question in Teams!
    • Links/Materials

    MARCH 19, 2020

    • Overview: Today you will continue reviewing radical operations. You will watch a short video on some more radical operations and then you will practice various radical operations using IXL. Be sure to watch the Intro to IXL video on how to log in and how to use IXL! In IXL, you should work until you reach a SMARTSCORE of at least 80%.
    • Estimate Time: 30 minutes
    • Explanation:
      • Students should be able to simplify radical expressions.
      • Students should be able to add, subtract, and multiply radical expressions.
      • Students should be able to rationalize denominators.
    • Tasks
    1. Check Answers – Look for feedback from me in your individual OneNote or check out my answers to see how you did yesterday!
      • If you do not see individual feedback, send me an email to let me know!
    2. More Radicals Review VideoClick here to watch me do three more challenging radical operations problems
      • Note – For some reason the video has many minutes on a frozen screen. I apologize for this… fast forward / skip over this!
    3. Intro to IXL videoClick here to learn how to log into IXL and to learn a few key features.
    4. Radicals Practice – In IXL, complete the suggested skill A. 4 – Simplifying radical expressions.
      • Work until you get a SMARTSCORE of at least 80%.
    5. Questions? – Still confused on any of the problems? Email me or post your question in Teams!
    • Links/Materials

    MARCH 18, 2020

    • Overview: Today you will be reviewing radical operations, which is something you learned in Algebra 1 and which we have been using throughout the year. In our next unit, we will use radicals frequently and this review will help prepare you! You will watch a video lesson and then try some practice problems in OneNote!
    • Estimate Time: 30 minutes
    • Explanation:
      • Students should be able to simplify radical expressions.
      • Students should be able to add, subtract, and multiply radical expressions.
      • Students should be able to rationalize denominators.
    • Tasks
    1. Radicals Review Lesson – Go to OneNote to review my completed notes and/or watch the video lesson by clicking here.
      • Tech Tip – you can click the settings button and click “Playback Speed” to adjust the speed of my talking if I am going too slow for you😊
    2. Practice – In OneNote, complete the practice worksheet labeled “Radicals Practice”.
    3. Questions? – Still confused on any of the problems? Email me or post your question in Teams!
    • Links/Materials

    MARCH 17, 2020

    • Overview: Today you will be reviewing what we have been learning in Unit 6 on Similarity. You will be completing a Quizizz Review to practice solving proportions, finding scale factors, proving triangles are similar, and using the proportionality theorems. Quizizz will allow you to instantly see what you answered correctly and what you answered incorrectly. At the end of the Quizizz, you can review all of your answers! At that time, if you have any problems that you are confused about, email me for a better explanation!
    • Estimate Time: 30 minutes
    • Explanation:
      • Students should be able to set up and solve proportions using similar figures.
      • Students should be able to set up and solve proportions using proportionality theorems.
      • Students should be able to prove if triangles are similar and give the similarity statement and scale factor.
    • Tasks
      1. QuizizzClick here to review the material from Unit 6.
        • Please use your first and last name so that I can review your results.
      2. Review – When you finish, make sure to review your answers and try to find what went wrong in any problems you solved incorrectly.
      3. Questions? – Still confused on any of the problems? Snip / take a screenshot of the problem and email it to me for a better explanation!
    • Links/Materials
      • To access OneNote for review materials to help you during the Quizizz, click on your class period!
    • Method of Communication