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     Welcome to

    Mrs. Wendland's Website

          Contact Mrs. Wendland:

 

        BrendaRW@leeschools.net

 

 

  

 

            Grades:

 

If you would like to review your child's grades, please visit Focus:

 

https://lee.focusschoolsoftware.com/focus/

 

  

 

 

            McGraw-Hill Math Textbook

If your child is absent or needs additional assistance with a section, you can visit their website:

 

Go to: studentapps.leeschools.net 

 

Click on the McGraw Hill Icon

 

User Name: Standard login (for Chromebook)

 

Password: Standard Password

 

 On-Level 7th Grade Math Topics:

Quarter 1

 

1 - Operations with Integers
2 - Operations with Rational Numbers
3 - Solving One- and Two-Step Equations
4 - Proportionality
5 - Ratios and Rates
6 - Slope

 

Quarter 2

 

1 - Writing and Solving Proportions

2 - Converting Measures between Systems

3 - Direct and Indirect Variation

4 - Percent Equation

5 - Percent Applications

6 - Perimeter and Area of Similar Figures

7 - Scale Drawings

8 - Transformations

 

Quarter 3

1 - Surface Area of Prisms, Cylinders, Pyramids and Cones
2 - Surface Area of Composite Solids
3 - Volume of Prisms, Cylinders, Pyramids and Cones
4 - Volume of Composite Solids
5 - Stem-and-Leaf Plots
6 - Histograms
7 - Circle graphs
8 - Samples and Populations

 

Quarter 4

 1 - Theoretical and Experimental Probability
2 - Independent and Dependent Events
4 - Algebraic Expressions
5 - Adding and Subtracting Linear Expressions
6 - Factoring Expressions
7 - Adjacent, Vertical, Complementary, & Supplementary Angles
8 - Triangles & Quadrilaterals
9 - Cross-Sections of 3-Dimensional Figures
10 - Comound Events & Simulations
11 - Samples & Populations

 

 

7th Grade Advanced Math Topics:

Quarter 1

1 - Integers, Absolute Value, and Integer Operations
2 - The Coordinate Plane
3 - Rational Numbers and Operations with Rational Numbers
4 - Solving One-Step Equations
5 - Solving Two-Step Equations
6 - Ratios and Rates
7 - Slope
8 - Writing and Solving Proportions
9 - Measurement Conversions
10 - Direct and Inverse Variation
11 - Percent Equations
12 - Percents of Increase and Decrease
13 - Discounts and Markups
14 - Simple Interest

Quarter 2

1 - Identifying Similar Figures
2 - Perimeters and Areas of Similar Figures
3 - Finding Unknown Measurements in Similar Figures
4 - Scale Drawings
5 - Transformations
6 - Surface Areas of Prisms, Cylinders, Pyramids, and Cones
7 - Surface Area of Composite Solids
8 - Volumes of Prisms, Cylinders, Pyramids, and Cones
9 - Volumes of Composite Solids
10 - Stem-and-Leaf Plots
11 - Histograms
12 - Circle Graphs
13 - Samples and Populations

Quarter 3

 

1 - Introduction to Probability
2 - Theoretical Probability
3 - Experimental Probability
4 - Independent and Dependent Events
5 - Solving Multi-Step Equations
6 - Solving Equations with Variables on Both Sides
7 - Solving Equations Using Tables and Graphs
8 - Slope
9 - Linear Functions
10 - Domain and Range of a Function
11 - Discrete and Continuous Domains
12 - Linear Function Patterns
13 - Comparing Linear and Nonlinear Functions

 

Quarter 4


1 - Finding Square Roots
2 - The Pythagorean Theorem
3 - Approximating Square Roots
4 - Simplifying Square Roots
5 - Measures of Central Tendency
6 - Box-and-Whisker Plots
7 - Scatter Plots
8 - Choosing a Data Display
9 - Writing and Graphing Inequalities
10 - Solving Inequalities
11 - Solving Multi-Step Inequalities
12 - Exponents
13 - Product and Quotient of Powers Properties
14 - Reading and Writing Scientific Notation

 

 

  

Aleks Website (only for students with an FSA level 1/2):

http://www.aleks.com/

 

The Aleks website is a learning tool used for students who struggle with math. Login information will written in the student's planner

 

 

 

 

            On-Level Test Corrections Policy:

 

  • Corrections will be completed on a separate piece of paper stapled to the test.
  • Corrections need to include two columns:
         1.  The problem and the solution worked out step by step
        2.  A detailed explanation (in words) of the mistake made and how to solve correctly. 

Corrections will be due one week from the day the student receives his/her graded test

Advanced Test Re-takes

  • Test Retakes will be held before school.
  • Test Retakes will replace the original test grade.
  • You must have parent permission.

 

 

 

            Homework:

 

Homework will be assigned on a daily basis.  You may locate homework assignments in the upper left corner of this page. 

 

Homework Haven is an after-school program for students that need assistance with homework or a project.  It is held in the media center from 4:00 until 5:15 on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.

 

 

 

             Grading Policy:

 

  • Homework- 10%
  • Classwork/Learning Enrichment-10%
  • Chapter Quizzes/Projects- 30%
  • Tests- 50%

 

 

 

            Materials:

Students should bring the following materials to math class everyday:

1.   Pencils

2.  Spiral Notebook

3.  Chromebook (charged)

4.  CLMS Planner

5.  Math Textbook

6.  Pencil Sharpener

7.  Colored Pencils

8.  Glue stick

9. Calculator 

10.  Highlighters

11. Dry Erase Markers

 

 

 

 Tutoring:

On Level math students:

Mrs. Wendland-- (room 708) Wednesday mornings from 8:50 until 9:20

Ms. Cavucci--  (room 705)  Tuesday afternoons from 4:00-5:15

 

Advanced math students:

Mrs. Newman's (room 707) Wednesday Mornings from 8:50-9:20

 

 

 

           

 

 FSA Websites:

 

Practice Test:  http://www.fsassessments.org/

 

Practice Problems:  http://www.aboutus.assistments.org/common-core-math-content.php

 

Practice Problems:  

 

 

 

http://www.fsassessments.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/Grade-6-Florida-Standards-Assessments-Item-Specifications_AIR_06272014_TG-clean.pdf