Copiague Middle School students are hard at work in their math lessons this December. Sixth graders in Mr. Kounadis’ class are using the online program GoMath and Chromebooks to apply ratios and rates.
Eighth grade math students in Mr. Radziewicz and Mrs. Jones’ class are also working with online programs. They are graphing equations using GeoGebra, a program where they enter linear equations that are graphed online. The students then have to convert the equations to solve the problem using algebra.
Seventh grade students in Mrs. Horigan’s class and Mrs. Ramirez’s class are practicing two-step equations. As a mini review of their lessons, the students did a scavenger hunt around the classroom to match up the equations with the answers.