Mrs. Atmaca & Ms. Bogdan's Math Classes

Week of June 3rd and 10th, 2019701: These two weeks, we are working on to get ready for the Spring Sale. Spring sale is on June 13th.704: These two weeks, we are working on recognizing 3D shapes, their attributes and calculating their surface area and volume.702: These two weeks, we are working on angle geometry. Unit Test on Monday, June 10th.Review sheet:GoMath pgs. 131 & 132GoMath pgs. 683 & 684Week of May 20th, 2019701, 704: This week, there will be a quiz on geometry on the following: angles (with and without algebra) constructing angles (using protractor & ruler) cross sections of 3D figures702: We will finish the transformation unit and start angle geometry unit.Week of May 13th, 2019701, 704: We will continue to work on constructing triangles given angle and side measurements. This week we will use Geogebra website to help us with the constructions.702: We will continue to work on transformational geometry. Unit test on transformations is next Tuesday 5/21/19.Week of May 6th, 2019701, 704: We will start our last unit Geometry. This week, we will work on constructing triangles given angle and side measurements.702: We will start out unit of 8th grade geomety. This week, we will work on transformational geometry.Week of April 29th, 2019701, 702, 704: Welcome back from spring break!Math state test: May 1st & 2ndWeek of April 15th, 2019701, 702, 704: This week, we will be reviewing all the topics of 7th grade. Below you can find practice problems separated by topics. These questions are from the past state tests. Answer keys are at the end of each problem set.Week of April 8th, 2019701, 704: This week, we will be finishing the probability unit. There will be a quiz this week on probability and statistics.704: Thursday701: Friday702: This week, we will be reviewing 7th grade topics and review for the state exam. There will be quiz on probability & statistics on Tuesday. The test will be moved to next week.Week of April 1st, 2019701, 704: This week, we are continuing to work with our Statistics & Probability unit. The focus this week will be calculating experimental and theoretical probability.This week, some classwork time will be dedicated the statistics project.701: Project due 4/8704: Project due 4/10702: This week, we will finish the unit of statistics and probability. There will be a unit test next Tuesday & Wednesday, April 9th & 10th, 2019. It will be on all 7th grade topics we have seen this year. integers and rational numbers, proportional relationships (unit rate, scale drawings, percents) area & circumference of circles, expressions, equations & inequalities, and statistics & probability.Week of March 25th, 2019701, 704: This week, we are continuing to work with our Statistics & Probability unit. The focus this week will be comparing data displayed in dot and box plots.702: This week, we will start continuing to work with probability. The focus this week will be experimental probability of simple and compound events.Week of March 18th, 2019701, 704: This week, we are starting unit 5: Statistics & Probability. The focus this week will be creating random samples.702: This week, we will start working with probability.Week of March 11th, 2019Reminder: Thursday is half day for students due to Parent Teacher Conferences. Report cards will be distributed on Tuesday.701, 704: This week, we will finish our algebra unit and start unit 5: Statistics & Probability701: Unit test on Monday, March 11th. (Study guide, goMath pages 225227)704: Unit test on Wednesday, March 13th (Study guide, goMath pages 225227)702: This week, we will continue to work our unit 6: Statistics & Probability.Week of March 4th, 2019Reminder: Due to the snow day, MoMath trip will be rescheduled. More info to come soon.701, 704: This week, we will work on solving twostep inequalities.701: Unit test moved to Monday, March 11th. (Study guide, goMath pages 225227)704: Unit test to Wednesday, March 13th (Study guide, goMath pages 225227)702: This week, we will start our unit 6: Statistics & Probability.Week of February 25th, 2019Reminder: MoMath trip is this coming Monday, 3/4/19.701, 704: This week, we will continue to work on solving twostep equations. There will be a unit test next week as follows:701: Thursday, March 7th704: Monday, March 11th702: This week, we will finish the algebra unit. There will be a unit test next week on Tuesday, March 5th.Week of February 4th, 2019701, 704: This week, we will work on solving twostep equations. There will be a middle of the year test as follows:701: Thursday704: Wednesday702: This week, we will work on functions. There will be a middle of the year test this Wednesday.701, 704: This week, we will continue to simplify algebraic expressions as well as start solving one and twostep equations. National History day this week; there is no quizz or test.702: This week, we will graph equations using slope and yintercept. National History day this week; there is no quizz or test.Week of January 22nd, 2019701, 704: This week, we will continue to simplify algebraic expressions as well as start solving one and twostep equations.702: This week, we will focus on identifying slope and yintercept of linear equations from graphs, tables and equations.701, 704: This week, we are starting our Unit 4Algebraic expressions, equations and inequalities. The focus this week is simplifying algebraic expressions by combing like terms and using distributive property.702: This week, we are starting Unit 5Proportional & Nonproportional Relationships, Functions and systems of Equations. The focus this week will be recognizing proportional and nonproportional relationships.Week of January 7th, 2019701, 704: This week, we are going to continue to work with circumference and area of circles. We will study how their formulas are derived and use them to solve problems. There will be a quiz this Thursday. (704  Quiz moved to Monday)702: This week, we are going to continue to work with circumference and area of circles. We will study how their formulas are derived and use them to solve problems. There will be a quiz this Thursday.Week of January 2nd, 2019Happy New Year and welcome back!!!701, 704: This week, we are working with circumference and area of circles. We will study how their formulas are derived and use them to solve problems.702: This week, we are working with circumference and area of circles. We will study how their formulas are derived and use them to solve problems.Below are two videos that can help you understand the history and formulas for area and/or circumference. Enjoy! :)How Eratosthenes calculated circumference of Earth in 240B.C.: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mw30CgaXiQwHow Area of a circle formula is derived: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YokKp3pwVFcWeek of December 10th, 2018701: This week, we are working with similar figures.704: This week, we are working on our holiday project as we review percent and percent applications.702: This week, we are working on our holiday project as well as similar figures.Week of November 26th, 2018701,704: This week, we are finishing up the percents unit. There will be a unit test Monday 12/3/18.702: This week, we are finishing up the algebra unit. There will be a unit test Monday 12/3/18.Week of November 19th, 2018701,704: This week, we are working with percent change and rewriting percent equations.702: This week, we will finish solving multistep equations, including equations with many or no solutions.WISHING ALL STUDENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES A HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!!!Week of November 13th, 2018701,704: This week, we are continuing to work with percent and percent applications such as tax, discount, commission, simple interest, etc. There will a quiz on Friday 11/9/18. Below are a few tutorials/games you can use to review the skills we learn in class.Calculate the percent of a numbertutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzbMZZgS_5UCalculate the percent of a numbergame: https://www.futuristicmath.com/games/7thgradepercentageofnumbersfishinggame.htmlTax and Discounttutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yK4mGPyOEZ4Tax and discounttutorial (more advance): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wL9XCOddK1sCommission word problemstutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=olrl8uPZOU702: This week, we will continue to work with multistep equations.Week of November 5th, 2018701,704: This week, we are working with percent and percent applications. We will review how to find the percent of a number and use to solve reallife problems such as tax, discount, commission, simple interest, etc. There will a quiz on Friday 11/9/18. Below are a few tutorials/games you can use to review the skills we learn in class.Calculate the percent of a numbertutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzbMZZgS_5UCalculate the percent of a numbergame: https://www.futuristicmath.com/games/7thgradepercentageofnumbersfishinggame.htmlTax and Discounttutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yK4mGPyOEZ4Tax and discounttutorial (more advance): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wL9XCOddK1sCommission word problemstutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=olrl8uPZOU702: This week, we will solve two and multistep equations. We will also write and solve equations to solve word problems. There will be a quiz on Friday 11/9/18. Below are a few tutorials/games you can use to review the skills we learn in class. ~ Quiz moved to Tuesday 11/13.Solving twostep equationstutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ITsXICV2u0Solving twostep equationstutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LDIiYKYvvdASolving multistep equationstutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X7RVhbvl6kEWeek of October 29th, 2018701,704: This week, we are working with proportional relationships using tables, equations and graphs.Test corrections are due this Friday 11/2/18.702: This week, we will start our expressions, equations and inequalities unit.Week of October 22nd, 2018701,704: This week, we will be starting a new unit "Ratios and Proportional Relationships". Below are a few games/tutorials you can use to review the skills learned in class.Review equivalent ratios: https://www.mathplayground.com/ASB_RatioBlaster.htmlSolving Proportions: https://www.mathplayground.com/ASB_DirtBikeProportions.htmlRecognizing proportional relationships from graphs: https://www.mathgames.com/skill/7.24identifyproportionalrelationships702: This week, we will be working on percent applications and percent increase/decrease. There will be a quiz this Friday 10/26.Week of October 15th, 2018701,703,704: This week, we will be finishing up the unit of Rational Numbers. There will be a test as follows:701: Friday (10/19) & Monday (10/22)703: Friday (10/22)704: Thursday (10/18) & Friday (10/19)702: This week, we will be finishing up the unit. Unit test is on Tuesday 10/16.Week of October 9st, 2018701,703,704: This week, we will be continuing to work with operations with Rational Numbers.702: This week, we will be working with writing numbers using scientific notation and operations with scientific notations.Week of October 1st, 2018701,703,704: This week we will be working with operations with integers and rational numbers. Below are some games you can play to practice the skills.702: This week, we will be working with integer exponents and scientific notation. Below are some games you can play to practice the skills.Welcome Students and Parents of Classes 701, 702, 703 & 704!!!Teachers: Mrs. Atmaca & Mrs. BogdanContact information: satmaca@schools.nyc.govjbogdan2@schools.nyc.govWelcome to another exciting school year! We hope to make this year as memorable and enjoyable while we explore 7th grade mathematics.Grading Policy:Tests/Quizzes: 60%Projects 10%Homework 10%*Absent homework is due the next day*Late homework is accepted until the end of the week for half creditClasswork/Participation/Math Lab 15%Notebook 5%*There will be at least one math lab, one project, at least one quiz, and one test during each unit.The major units in 7th grade are:
 Number System Integers and Rational Numbers
 Ratios and Proportional Relationships Extension on our understanding of proportional reasoning
 Scale Drawings and Similar Figures
 Percent Applications
 Expressions and Equations
 Inequalities
 Areas and Perimeters of TwoDimensional Figures
 Statistics/ Probability
 Angle/Triangle Geometry
 ThreeDimensional Geometry
Go Math:
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