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Classwork for Mon. 03/30, due Tue. 03/31

posted Mar 30, 2020, 5:00 AM by Mrs. Lefebvre   [ updated Mar 30, 2020, 6:18 AM ]


Were you able to get outside this weekend?  I went for a run and a bike ride!   I saw these flowers in my lawn on Saturday afternoon - a sure sign that spring is here!


Good morning!  Happy Monday!

On to our third week of distance learning - you are all doing awesome!   Thank you to all the students that joined my google classroom.  Please join if you are one of the few that have not yet.

Thank you also to all of you that turned in your google classroom assignment from Friday.  I know this is a new process, but you are really doing well adapting to it.   Today there will be only one google classroom assignment that you will attach both your Khan Academy and IXL screen shots to.  For Khan, you can take a screen shot right after you finish a topic and the score summary comes up or you can take a screenshot of the assignment page with your scores.  For IXL you can take a screen shot of the page where you do your with a score that is 80 or higher or you can you screen shot the page with all of the topics with your score next to the assigned topic.  It does not matter to me which you choose.

It has been difficult for a lot of you to get to a google meet by 9:00am.   I am going to move my meet time to be from 10:00 am until noon.  It will be a regular "drop in" time where you can stop by and ask questions or chat.  You can use the same link that we have been using.

Today you will be working on dividing  fractions by fractions.  You need to watch three videos and complete one Khan Academy practice and one IXL practice.  Please turn in all work in Google Classroom.

As always, please email me with any questions.

Have a great day!

-- Mrs. Lefebvre

Warmup:

Monday, March 30th Greeting



Classwork:
  • Go to Google Classroom to turn in the assignment!
  • Today's lesson focuses on dividing fractions by fractions.
  • Please start by watching these videos on Khan Academy
  • Complete these Practices (be sure to log into your accounts!):
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