Ms Bastasic’s Classroom

Measurement of Circles

Date

Lessons

Homework

Nov 26

What do we know? Review from Grade 7 Measurement

  • Perimeter and area of rectangles, triangles, parallelograms, and trapezoids.
Try word problems involving area of rectangles
Nov 27

Take Up Patterning Test

  • Re-test next Thursday (December 6th) ONLY available to those who have completed the graphing/word problem booklet and have made all test corrections.

Review from Grade 7

  • Word problems
Please complete whatever was not finished in class for homework!
Nov 28

Composite Shapes Review from Grade 7

Nov 29

Parts of Circle

  • Label Diameter, Radius, Chord, Centre, Circumference on a circle
Finish composite shapes review for homework!
Nov 30

Girls and Boys Activity Day!

  • No regular classes are scheduled today
Dec 3

Circumference of a Circle

  • Formulas for Circumference
  • Classwork: page 158 #4-5, 6ace, 7ace, 9, 10, 12-20
This video discusses both area and circumference formulas
Khan Academy also has a lesson on circumference that includes practice questions.
Nelson 8 practice questions are also available.
Dec 4

Area of a Circle

  • Formula for Area of a Circle
  • Classwork: 166 #4-16
This video discusses both area and circumference formulas.
Khan Academy also has a lesson on area of a circle that includes practice questions.
Nelson 8 practice questions are also available.
Dec 5

Finish all assigned questions

  • Answers will be posted at the back of the classroom
Practice your knowledge of circles here or here!
Dec 6

Word Problems

Re-Test (Patterning and Algebra)

Dec 7

Advent Mass

Dec 10

Take Up All Assigned Work

Dec 11

Circles Word Problems

Dec 12

Circles Word Problems

Dec 13

Area Composite Shape Problems

Dec 14

Measurement Review

Answers to review
Dec 17

Circles Open-book Task

  • You can ONLY use your notes from class, not someone else’s (be prepared to hand these in along with your test)
  • NO phones or textbooks
  • I highly HIGHLY HIGHLY recommend having a formula sheet with area and circumference of a circle as well as the re-arranged formulas that isolate radius and diameter. I have put this on the board multiple times over the past week.