Math Help can be found in many places.
First try your math teacher's websites for recorded lessons and extra practice.
PRE-ALGEBRA 9 lesson plans can be found here (this section is one day behind topics covered in the PRE Algebra 8 class) This chapter "6" we will review the flipped method taking notes as a class then taking the quiz on the book site for homework. If the quiz is not completed during class time it will be assigned for the next day. 100% participation in flipped note taking will be required for 5 days in a row to return to that method. With math building on prior knowledge this level of participation is necessary for success. I will create a "doodle note" page from the lessons in class for those that are absent and email to their school account. Continue to complete one minute practice sessions in each area before the next notebook check.
Here are the topics you should have notes on for chapter 5: ordering rational numbers (fractions to decimals and repeating decimals to fractions) , add, subtract, multiply and divide fractions as well as make conversions and solve word problems with multiple step equations. They are required in order to redo the test further.
Use suggested links and/or all the resources given so far.....to help you understand these concepts and share what you learn with the class. phschool (bje chapter and section) khan academy, mathopolis and IXL (daily practice for free) as well as your textbook. Also feel free to share new sources that you discover as well.
Please label your notes with the section or subject covered at the top. It makes checking notebooks so much easier, and helps you to use them effectively during the test.
We will work on all typical homework assignments in class and hand them in for a grade at the end of the period. All mistakes should be learned from by reworking them and submitting again for full credit to prepare for the tests. After the test the assignments can be reworked for partial credit.
Hopefully this will encourage: preparation for class and tests, note taking and decreased late work which translates into better study habits and good grades.
Next you might need to access the textbook for other resources.All grades Math textbook link with your first and last firstname.lastname@example.org, password yutan__
The textbook homework tutor code "are" for 7th grade "ase" for 8th grade "bje" for 9th followed by chapter and lesson (ex chapter 2 lesson 8 would be 0208). Want to practice for a quiz or test? Simply change the "e" to "a" in the code.
Finally these are some sites that students have recommended over the years:
Ancient Math and Music connection see this video.