### General

**Welcome to****Mrs. Ortinau's****7th Grade Math Class!**

- General
### General

**Welcome to****Mrs. Ortinau's****7th Grade Math Class!**

- Homework
- 7th Grade Team Information
- Online Math Textbook- 7th Grade
- 7th Grade MATH Chapter 1: Intro to Algebra & Functions
### 7th Grade MATH Chapter 1: Intro to Algebra & Functions

Below you will find tools (blog, class presentations, videos, websites) to enhance your understanding of Chapter 1 concepts. The SMARTBoard lessons that are presented in class are here in PDF format. Please keep in mind that these files will not be interactive like the class presentations due to the PDF format.

There are several videos and additional practice problems available on Khan Academy to help review the Distributive Property.

This website provides a review of the Commutative, Associative, and Distributive Properties. Each definition also has a visual to help with understanding!

This website walks through 2 examples of function tables. Then, it provides 2 example questions for you to test your practice.

- State Math Test- Practice AIR Test
### State Math Test- Practice AIR Test

**Practice AIR Tests**https://login1.cloud2.tds.airast.org/student/V178/Pages/LoginShell.aspx?c=Ohio_PT

1) The link above will take you to the Practice AIR Tests. After clicking on the website above, click on "Sign In". (You will be a guest.)

2) In the blue section of the next page, you will click the option "Select Grade." Periods 4, 6, and 7 will be taking the 7th Grade State Test. 8th Period Pre-Algebra will be taking the 8th Grade State Test. Then, click "Yes."

3) Then, on the right of the page in blue, click "Start G7 (or G8 for Pre-Algebra Students) Mathematics Practice Test."

4) On the next page, click "Select." Then, "Yes" on the following page.

5) Finally, you can click the "Skip TTS Check."

6) The next page reviews the directions and how to navigate on the testing site. When finished reviewing these, click "Begin Test Now."

We will be reviewing these questions in class before the state test. You can keep your work on a piece of notebook paper, or on the last page of your ISN.