Pass off your Times Tables

Posted by rrippon on Oct 3, 2018

Pass off your times tables.  This will make your math homework easier!  Once you have passed them off, the first time you beat your record this quarter you will earn 10 pts. extra credit!  This activity will be put on your grade Fri. Oct. 5.  You still have until the end of the quarter to pass off for full credit.

Click here to practice times tables.  NOTE:  This is an old DOS based program that I wrote years ago.  If it will not run  on your computer, you can download a freeware program called “DOS box” that will allow you to run my Xtable program as well as many fun computer games from the early ’80’s  :o)  Click here:  Downoad DOS Box


Hi!

Posted by rrippon on Aug 20, 2018

Welcome to my blog.  I am excited to be teaching at North and look forward to a fun and rewarding year.  I have met many wonderful students, parents and staff members.

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Back to School Night

Posted by rrippon on Aug 17, 2018

 Supplies:

  1. Book cover (please use grocery sack)
  2. Lined paper (please no spiral paper)
  3. Pencils, red pen or pencil for correcting
  4. Straight edge, Protractor, Compass, and Graph paper
  5. Scientific Calculator
  6. 3-ring binder for keeping handouts, notes, and homework 
  7. Internet access.  If no access at home, can use library and writing lab at school, or relative’s or friend’s house.

Textbook: 

Math 7:  Big Ideas Math Integrated Mathematics IFor online book, lessons, practice quizzes and tests, click here: Math Secondary I online book  You may have to navigate to the book:  “Choose your program” then “Common Core” then “Go” then “Integrated” then select your book.

Math Help:

1.  Most days before and after school in my room   2.  Homework Haven after school 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. in room #120.   3.  Links in online lesson book   4.  http://www.khanacademy.org Great blackboard lessons on thousands of math topics

Blog: Check this blog for:

1. Disclosure statements  2. Find today’s and previous days’ homework assignments  3. Special assignments, activities and/or instructions  4. Internet links related to current topics in class


Awesome free online video help!

Posted by rrippon on Aug 18, 2014

This website contains excellent short video lessons on nearly every concept covered in your math class.  Check them out if you have missed a lesson or need a little extra help at home.

http://www.khanacademy.org/


Common Core Math Help

Posted by rrippon on Sep 24, 2012

Click here for online instruction and math homework help:  Tips for Families

Letter from Weber District Math Supervisor:  Math Common Core Parent Letter

 


Having Trouble Getting Started? Motivating Yourself to Study:

Posted by rrippon on Jan 25, 2012

Click here for help getting motivated to study:  Motivate yourself to study.


What kind of job do you want someday?

Posted by rrippon on Jan 11, 2012

Match the skills you now have (or will have) with possible jobs.  Go here:  http://www.onetonline.org/skills/  Select job skills you currently have or will acquire in the next few years.  Click GO button at bottom of page to see jobs that match your skill set.  This will help you make decisions about classes to take and new skills you need to acquire during the next few years.  Have fun!