Project and Lesson Sharing Area - Algebra for All2018-04-24T10:45:40Zhttp://a4a.learnport.org/forum/categories/project-and-lesson-sharing/listForCategory?feed=yes&xn_auth=nohttp://math.newvisions.org/tag:a4a.learnport.org,2016-09-12:3795955:Topic:677922016-09-12T03:20:13.232ZROGER MILLERhttp://a4a.learnport.org/profile/ROGERMILLER
<p>Does any one have experience working with New Visions CC Algebra I curriculum?</p>
<p>Does any one have experience working with New Visions CC Algebra I curriculum?</p> Frozen pipes!tag:a4a.learnport.org,2014-06-21:3795955:Topic:611242014-06-21T21:37:22.737Zvictor hagenhttp://a4a.learnport.org/profile/victorhagen
<p>Here is an opportunity for students to find out how much it will cost to run a faucet during severe cold spells and use dimensional analysis / conversion factors to succeed in the activity.</p>
<p>Here is an opportunity for students to find out how much it will cost to run a faucet during severe cold spells and use dimensional analysis / conversion factors to succeed in the activity.</p> Tiling a Floor 3 ACT problemtag:a4a.learnport.org,2014-06-19:3795955:Topic:609212014-06-19T18:51:50.026ZClaudia Heinrichhttp://a4a.learnport.org/profile/ClaudiaHeinrich
<p>summer project prime 2014</p>
<p>algebra 1 focus, real world application, Dan Meyer 3 Act Model</p>
<p>Students have to find the area of a kitchen floor and decide which tile to use based on tile size and price of the tile.</p>
<p><b>Objective:</b> Students will use problem solving skills to find area and compare price options to tile a floor.</p>
<p><b>Standards:</b> N-Q.1: Use units as a way to understand problems and to guide the solution of multi-step …</p>
<p>summer project prime 2014</p>
<p>algebra 1 focus, real world application, Dan Meyer 3 Act Model</p>
<p>Students have to find the area of a kitchen floor and decide which tile to use based on tile size and price of the tile.</p>
<p><b>Objective:</b> Students will use problem solving skills to find area and compare price options to tile a floor.</p>
<p><b>Standards:</b> N-Q.1: Use units as a way to understand problems and to guide the solution of multi-step problems; choose and interpret units consistently in formulas.</p>
<p> N-Q.2: Define appropriate quantities for the purpose of descriptive modeling.</p>
<p> N-Q.3: Choose a level of accuracy appropriate to limitations on measurement when reporting quantities.</p>
<p>A link to a video just to grab interest is below</p>
<p><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1MA5GjMIsxE&feature=youtu.be&t=2m48s" target="_blank">tiling video utube link</a></p>
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<p>Stevenson Group:</p>
<p>Julie Bjorklund</p>
<p>Claudia Heinrich</p>
<p>Edwin Zacharski</p> Golf Ball Exponential 3 Act Tasktag:a4a.learnport.org,2014-06-19:3795955:Topic:612222014-06-19T18:21:47.462ZTanya Vaughnhttp://a4a.learnport.org/profile/TanyaVaughn
<p>golf ball bounce</p>
<p>golf ball bounce</p> "Big Idea Math" Algebra 1 - A balanced approachtag:a4a.learnport.org,2014-05-20:3795955:Topic:609862014-05-20T13:44:46.130ZArthur Weisshttp://a4a.learnport.org/profile/ArthurWeiss
<p><span>Hey everyone,</span></p>
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<p><span>I'm looking for some feedback about a textbook series "Big Idea Math - Algebra 1" authors Ron Larson and Laurie Boswell. Our district is contemplating buying it and I must say it looks promising... but it is so new that I haven’t seen a review of the series that is either positive or negative. </span></p>
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<p><span>If you have any knowledge of this series at all, please share your input. Who has taught…</span></p>
<p><span>Hey everyone,</span></p>
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<p><span>I'm looking for some feedback about a textbook series "Big Idea Math - Algebra 1" authors Ron Larson and Laurie Boswell. Our district is contemplating buying it and I must say it looks promising... but it is so new that I haven’t seen a review of the series that is either positive or negative. </span></p>
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<p><span>If you have any knowledge of this series at all, please share your input. Who has taught through this series? Have you had a son or daughter who took the class? What do you think? Obviously, a new textbook series is a big commitment for any district, but especially so when $ is tight. So any and all input is welcome/appreciated :)</span></p>
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<p><span>Art Weiss</span></p>
<p><span>Sparta High School</span></p> Summer PRIME 2013 Lessons pagetag:a4a.learnport.org,2013-08-22:3795955:Topic:556082013-08-22T02:40:06.083ZJoe Ciaravinohttp://a4a.learnport.org/profile/JoeCiaravino
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<p><span style="text-decoration: underline;" class="font-size-4"><span style="color: #0000ff; text-decoration: underline;"><a href="http://a4a.learnport.org/page/prime-lessons-beginning-august-2013">http://a4a.learnport.org/page/prime-lessons-beginning-august-2013</a></span></span></p>
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<p><span style="text-decoration: underline;" class="font-size-4"><span style="color: #0000ff; text-decoration: underline;"><a href="http://a4a.learnport.org/page/prime-lessons-beginning-august-2013">http://a4a.learnport.org/page/prime-lessons-beginning-august-2013</a></span></span></p> Exponential Growth Lessontag:a4a.learnport.org,2013-08-16:3795955:Topic:551332013-08-16T17:11:17.648ZLester L. Altevogthttp://a4a.learnport.org/profile/LesterLAltevogt
<p>This lesson challenges students to explore the idea of exponential growth. 6.EE.A.1 CCSS</p>
<p>This lesson challenges students to explore the idea of exponential growth. 6.EE.A.1 CCSS</p> SENSE OF CENSUStag:a4a.learnport.org,2013-08-16:3795955:Topic:548322013-08-16T17:04:59.055ZLester L. Altevogthttp://a4a.learnport.org/profile/LesterLAltevogt
<p>Used to encourage students to search the Internet for information about the U.S. Census with little direction. They are asked to compare data and make a prediction. There is the opportunity to think about why the prediction may not have been accurate. </p>
<p>Used to encourage students to search the Internet for information about the U.S. Census with little direction. They are asked to compare data and make a prediction. There is the opportunity to think about why the prediction may not have been accurate. </p> Function Sorttag:a4a.learnport.org,2013-08-16:3795955:Topic:551752013-08-16T16:50:47.136ZJan Lufthttp://a4a.learnport.org/profile/JanLuft
<p>This Lesson involves students matching symbolic rules to tables and graphs. The family of functions we are focusing on are Linear, Quadratic, and Exponential. </p>
<p>Once they have this sorting activity complete there will be large group discussions about their conclusions.</p>
<p>Included are 3 connector activities, 3 additional activities, and 1 assessment.</p>
<p>This Lesson involves students matching symbolic rules to tables and graphs. The family of functions we are focusing on are Linear, Quadratic, and Exponential. </p>
<p>Once they have this sorting activity complete there will be large group discussions about their conclusions.</p>
<p>Included are 3 connector activities, 3 additional activities, and 1 assessment.</p> Linear Equations & Systems Review for Algebra 2tag:a4a.learnport.org,2013-08-16:3795955:Topic:551702013-08-16T16:47:20.887ZJenny Everitthttp://a4a.learnport.org/profile/JennyEveritt
<p>This lesson is a review of writing linear equations for a real-world situation, setting them up as a system of equations and solving. The scenario is based on supply and demand and their equilibrium. This lesson was designed to be used in Algebra 2 as a beginning of the year review of algebra 1 skills in writing equations from a graph and a table, converting from one form of linear equation to another, and solving a system of linear equations. There is an extension for including quadratic…</p>
<p>This lesson is a review of writing linear equations for a real-world situation, setting them up as a system of equations and solving. The scenario is based on supply and demand and their equilibrium. This lesson was designed to be used in Algebra 2 as a beginning of the year review of algebra 1 skills in writing equations from a graph and a table, converting from one form of linear equation to another, and solving a system of linear equations. There is an extension for including quadratic systems and could be easily adapted to Algebra 1. Links to the lesson, short video, and lesson print outs are included.</p>