Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

We began with this top-drawer opener (pdf).

Then today's lesson (pdf) was a Carnegie Hall Day (practice, practice, practice). We also discussed a bit what a good blog post looks like, and what a not-so-good blog post looks like.

Your homework for tonight is:
  1. Prepare for the Writing Linear Equations in Standard Form Assessment tomorrow. There are a variety of ways to do that including, but not limited to: review the online pre-assessment; review your notebook and/or the openers and lessons posted on the blog; review the video, work some practice problems in your textbook or that you find online. You can, of course, also get help from me, another math teacher, a teacher in the Study Center, a peer tutor in the Study Center, or a parent, sibling or friend. Do whatever works best for you, but make sure you're prepared. The expectation is that you should all be able to do very well on this assessment.

  2. Finish the last page (10,000-meter run problem) of the lesson (pdf). It's just like what we did yesterday with the temperature and dissolved oxygen. The expectation is that you come in with it complete tomorrow.

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