Chaitram
Spring 2020 Syllabi  MES32 and MGS21
Announcements
My Dear Beautiful Students:
ALL COMMUNICATION WILL BE DONE MTH 8:00 AM  2:20 PM. FRIDAY 8:00 AM  3:15 PM.
Greetings to each one of you! As we begin our remote classes, here are a few guidelines:
 Get up early as if you are going to school.
 Have breakfast.
 Use your travel time to do some physical exercises.
 Do your best to stick with your class schedule.
 Do your best to stay focused and complete your daily assignments.
 Reach out to your classmates and encourage them to complete their daily assignments as well.
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ALL COMMUNICATION WILL BE DONE MTH 8:00 AM  2:20 PM. FRIDAY 8:00 AM  3:15 PM.
Thank you and my best to you always.
~ Ms. Chaitram
Check for events [CALENDAR]

MES32Periods 1, 3, 7, 8
Aim:How do we determine if (x, y) is a solution to the system of equations?
Part 1: Copy Vocabulary (see attached)
Part 2: Complete the Form. Click on the link. Discussion Questions.
Part 3: Learn with examples. Click on each link.
Part 4: Practice/Quiz #3
Algebra 1
U.1 Is (x, y) a solution to the system of equations? [Quiz #3]
Ms. Chaitram 
MGS21Period 5 (Geometry)
AIM: How do we graph a linear equation using slope and yintercept?
Part 1: Review Vocabulary (See attached)
Part 2: Click on the link to complete the form. (Classwork credit)
Part 3: Learn with examples. Click on each link.
Part 4: Practice/Quiz #4)
Learning– Math – Geometry
E.3 Graph a linear equation
Ms. Chaitram
STAY CALMSTAY POSITIVESTAY FOCUSED
MES32AssignmentsMarch 30 to April 3, 2020
MGS21AssignmentsMarch 30 to April 3, 2020
MES32. Vocabulary To be used with ixl activity  Algebra1T6
MES32TO BE USED WITH ixl.comAlgebra 1T6Example 1
MES32TO BE USED WITH ixl.comAlgebra 1T6Example 2
MES32Assignments April 6 and April 7, 2020 [Periods 1, 3, 7, 8]
VocabularyMES32Assignments April 6 and April 7, 2020 [Periods 1, 3, 7, 8]
MES32Example 1ixlAlgebra 1U1
MES32Example 2ixlAlgebra 1U1
MGS21FormulasAreaPerimeterDistance
MGS21TO BE USED WITH: ixl.comGeometryArea and perimeter in the coordinate plane II
MGS21TO BE USED WITH: ixl.comGeometryArea and perimeter in the coordinate plane II
MGS21VocabularyGraph Linear Equation
MGS21ixlGeometryE.3Example 1
MGS21ixlGeometryE.3Example 2
MES32TO BE USED WITH ixl.comAlgebra 1T4