*********Spring Break is the week of April 6th -10th! There will be no digital learning during Spring Break.*********

**Food distribution will continue on April 6th, however!**

Griffin’s Got Talent Link

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*********Spring Break is the week of April 6th -10th! There will be no digital learning during Spring Break.*********

**Food distribution will continue on April 6th, however!**

Griffin’s Got Talent Link

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Click on this link see some of Griffin’s Teachers talk about how they’re doing, any coping strategies they’re using, and overall how they are protecting their wellness during this time!

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Today you will have your second day of practicing the area of paralleograms! Please check Seesaw for the following tasks. Your last day is catch up or enjoying some math fun on the linked websites below (see Day 3). These can be done anytime before Sunday.

Day 2 – Area of Parallelogram Practice

Step 1: Do the “**Practice Finding the Base and Height**” assignment first. Please see the posted example to help you understand what to do.

Step 2: Do the “**Quizizz – Area of a PARALLELOGRAM**” game. Please make sure that you listen to the directions on the task and view the short video before beginning Quizizz. Let’s aim for an 80% or better!

**Day 3 – Catch up or Play Math Games on **ABCYA or Math Playground

These games are not linked to Seesaw. You may click on the links above and play any games you’d like

At 11:30 **on Friday**, please join the **optional **Zoom meeting at https://zoom.us/j/5132614395 . We’ll spend a few minutes asking/answering math questions and then we’ll just hang out and catch up for a bit. We’ll end at 12:00.

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I hope that you had an amazing, restful weekend! Welcome to your 3rd week of digital learning! Can you believe it! Only a few more days and you get to have Spring Break! While I know we can’t get out and about, this is a amazing opportunity to spend extra time playing games with your family, talking to friends on the phone, or just relaxing! We all need a little time to just relax!

This week, we’re going to try to make things a little bit easier for you. This is what your week in math will look like. You’ll have two days of lessons. I hope this eases your work a bit! You choose when to get the assignments done. Please try to get them done by no later than Sunday, April 4th.

Day 1 – Work on Seesaw lesson/task – Area of Parallelograms **(see below)**

Day 2 – Work on Seesaw lesson/task for Day 2

Day 3 – Catch up or Play Math Games on ABCYA or Math Playground

**On Friday** at 11:30, please join the optional Zoom meeting at https://zoom.us/j/5132614395 . We’ll spend a few minutes asking/answering math questions and then we’ll just hang out and catch up for a bit.

Please feel free to email me to ask any questions or to get your Seesaw login!

Standard: **MGSE6.G.1**: **Find area of** right triangles, other triangles, **special quadrilaterals**, and polygons by composing into rectangles or decomposing into triangles and other shapes; apply these techniques in the context of solving real-world and mathematical problems.

**Day 1 – Work on assignment** **posted in ****Seesaw**

Step 1: Watch the “**Area of a Parallelogram” Introduction** video.

Step 2: Watch the Instructional video called “**Area of a Parallelogram – Try It**” with Mrs. Jean.

Step 3. Try a few problems on your own that are loaded into Seesaw – **“Area of a Parallelogram Practice Task**“. Show your work and submit.

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**CCSD** **COVID 19 UPDATE** 5/26/2020 – **In accordance with Governor Kemp’s guidance and to best prioritize student and staff safety, Cobb Schools are closed until further notice. Per executive order from Governor Kemp on March 26th, all public schools and colleges in the state of Georgia will be closed through at least Friday, April 24th. An update will be provided by the Governor’s Office and the District prior to April 24th.**

**Digital learning will not occur over spring break.**

**Food distribution will continue over spring break at all sites across Cobb County.**

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Hey there, Griffin Grovers! I hope that you’ve had a better week getting online and learning digitally! It’s been a bit easier for me. Thank you so much for checking in and getting assignments done! You’ve made it to your last day of math for this week!

Standard:

**MGSE6.G.1**: **Find area of right triangles, other triangles**, special quadrilaterals, and polygons by composing into rectangles or decomposing into triangles and other shapes; apply these techniques in the context of solving real-world and mathematical problems.

The following tasks are for:

Thursday, March 26th – Periods 1 and 2

Friday, March 27th – Periods 3, 4, and 5

Step 1: Students should complete the **Area of a Triangle Day 3** Assignment in Seesaw. Please show your work. If you are unsure of the ways to do that, please use the “Explain Your Thinking” post to help you out with that. I will be available for questions, if you need help after you’ve tried it.

Step 2: It’s Friday! Enjoy some of the games links I posted in Seesaw! Of course…they involve math! THESE ARE NOT REQUIRED!

Have a great weekend! See you for Digital Learning on Week 3!

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Standard:

**MGSE6.G.1**: **Find area of right triangles, other triangles**, special quadrilaterals, and polygons by composing into rectangles or decomposing into triangles and other shapes; apply these techniques in the context of solving real-world and mathematical problems.

The following tasks are for:

Tuesday, March 24th – Period 1

Wednesday, March 25th – Periods 2, 3, and 4

Thursday, March 26th – Period 5

Today you will log back into Seesaw. You will see the following assignments available for you to view or work on:

Step 1: If you did not complete the assignments from Day 1 of this week, please complete those tasks in this order: YouTube video, Study Jams, and then Flocabulary last). These assignments are all loaded into Seesaw. ** If you haven’t been to Seesaw yet, please email Mrs. Jean at zandre.jean@cobbk12.org .**

Step 2 : If you’re all done with those assignments, great! Please log into **Seesaw** and do the following tasks:

- Watch the
*“How to find the area of a triangle”*video to review finding the area of a triangle. - Complete the Quizizz that you’ll see in Seesaw.

Step 3: If you finished step 1 and 2, you’re done! If you didn’t do both steps, please make sure all steps are completed by Wednesday (tomorrow) by 9 pm.

Happy Tuesday!

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Welcome back! I hope you had an amazing weekend! Last week was pretty wild having to work from home while also having to make sure my own kids got their work done! We made it through – and if you’re reading this, so did you! That’s an accomplishment! Here’s a quote that summarizes what I’ve been thinking about lately:

This time is definitely difficult, but….the only thing we can do is allow it to make us better and stronger! We’ve got this!

Now onto learning! This week, we will be working on a new concept…finding the area of triangles. Here are the things that you need to do in order to be successful today.

Standard:

** MGSE6.G.1**:

- Find the area of a polygon (regular or irregular) by dividing it into squares, rectangles, and/or triangles and find the sum of the areas of those shapes

The following tasks are for:

Monday, March 23rd – Periods 1, 2, and 3

Tuesday, Mach 24th – Periods 4 and 5

Today you will log back into Seesaw. You will see the following assignments available for you to view or work on.

**1. Watch the short video in the announcements (inbox)! **

**2. Watch the video titled “How to Find the Area of a Triangle”. **

**3. Work your way through the Study Jams tutorial.**

**4. Lastly, watch the Flocabulary assigned to you. You’ll have to go to the link and put in the class code that will be provided to you in Seesaw. There is a video and a vocab cards activity. Please work through both of these. **

Reach out to me or Mrs. Seibert should you need any help! Remember, my office hours are from 9:45 a.m. until 2:45 p.m. each day. Email me at zandre.jean@cobbk12.org or call Mrs. Seibert at 678-842-6917 ext. 027. We’re here to help!

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The following assignments are for:

Thursday – March 19th (Periods 1 and 2)

Friday – March 20th (Periods 3, 4, and 5)

As we try to figure out this online learning, I am trying to figure out ways in which I can make math more engaging from where I am. So…I am introducing a new platform that my help students a little more. We’ll be using Seesaw.

In Seesaw, students can post to their journal, respond to activities (with words, videos, by sending a picture of their work, or typing into the platform), and view class announcements! Students do not see the work of any other student in the class. Please follow these steps today to get used to using the platform.

**Step 1**: Send Mrs. Jean and email to get your personal log in. **Make sure the student’s first and last name are on the email, please.** Her email address is **zandre.jean@cobbk12.org**.

**Step 2**: Sign up using the directions emailed back to you with the access code given you. I should get back to you within 5 minutes. Sign up will work on a computer or a mobile device (if using the app).

Step 3 : Complete the two assignments in Seesaw. I promise they’re easy. They’re to help you get used to using it. Make sure to show it to an adult (if possible), send me a message to say hello, and explore some.

Let me know if you need any help! Next week we work on **area of triangles**! Yesssssss!!!!!

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The following assignments are for:

Tuesday 3/17 (Periods 1)

Wednesday 3/18 (Periods 2, 3, and 4)

Thursday 3/19 (Period 5)

Standard: **MGSE6.EE.9** Students should be able to use** variables to represent two quantities;** **write an equation** to express one quantity, thought of as the dependent variable, in terms of the other quantity, thought of as the independent variable, and analyze the relationship between the dependent and independent variables **using graphs and tables, and relate these to the equation**.

**Before your start:** You should have practiced dependent and independent variables the last time you “came to class”. Please make sure you understand this before moving on to this lesson. Today you will watch a video about linear functions (with x and y variables) and how to graph them and represent them in function tables. Today you will be learning about **direct variation (how x and y change together). **and the **constant of proportionality (k)**. This is related to dependent and independent variables, so pay close attention. We’ll work on this for the rest of the week to make sure you’ve got it!

Step 1: Watch the video on **Line**ar Relationship (graphing in a line) below. * Please make sure to watch the video and have a sheet of paper ready*. You’ll need to try problems with the video.

Step 2: Study the direct variation notes until you understand them. They are linked above.

Step 3: Try the** two** of the Quizizz games below.

Review from 5th Grade Function Tables

Function Tables – 6th Grade Practice

Challenge – Functions, Tables, and Graphs

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Good morning! Welcome to the first day of online learning! I know that this is new for all of us! We’ll start off easy and get ourselves used to doing this for the next couple of weeks. Please only do work for the day that you have my class so that you will not spend all day doing work for every class. If you look below, you will see what days your class will need to do this assignment. Please work through things in the order that they are listed. If you have any question about how to log on or don’t understand something, I will be available for you to email between the hours of 9:45 and 2:45 during the school week. If you email me after those hours, I will get back to you the next school day.

The following assignments are for Monday 3/16 and Tuesday 3/17: (Periods 1, 2, and 3 – Monday) and (Periods 4 and 5 – Tuesday)

Standard: **MGSE6.EE.9** Students should be able to use** variables to represent two quantities;** **write an equation** to express one quantity, thought of as the dependent variable, in terms of the other quantity, thought of as the independent variable, and analyze the relationship between the dependent and independent variables **using graphs and tables, and relate these to the equation**.

Step 1: Watch the following videos to review what we have learned in class about dependent and independent variables. Remember: If someone is independent they usually do things without waiting on someone else. If they are dependent, they usually wait for someone to make the first move before they will do anything. This is the same in math! Independent variables are always first (x-axis) and dependent variables are always second (y-axis).

Step 2: Practice determining the dependent and independent variable using the Quizlet link below. **Please do the following sections (flashcards, learn, and test)**. You may do additional sections for practice, but make sure to do these three sections on the left of the screen.

Step 3: Take this quiz on Quizizz to show what you know about dependent and independent variables. There is an additional one listed for those wanting extra practice.

**Additional Videos are available on the “Unit Resources” Tab for Unit 4, if you need more help.**

Students and Families,

Your Griffin Middle School Counselors are here to support you and your families. Dr. Richardson, your 6^{th} grade counselor, would love to hear from you to know how you are doing. Please see below for three ways to contact her. Also, check out the School Counseling blog. It contains school counseling updates, counseling lessons, good news, mental health resources, and mental health tips for handling stress and anxiety and so much more!

Be on the lookout for upcoming Wellness Wednesdays Lessons starting soon!

Google Voice: (678) 590-1547

School Email: Julia.richardson@cobbk12.org

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