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Elementary Math- Long Division Made Easy (One Time)!
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Meets once at a scheduled time
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Students will begin class with a quick connection activity before getting into the content of the lesson, solving algebraic equations. During the lesson, students will be given opportunities to engage with not only the teacher, but other classmates as we work together through the DESMOS online platform. As we work through problems, students will have opportunities to think-pair-share in a safe space where common misconceptions and errors are treated as part of the learning process. ...
Students will improve their ability to simplify and solve linear algebraic equations. Students will combine like terms and use the distributive property to solve equations. Students will also get practical guidance while working through real world problems that involve linear functions.
I've been a math teacher for 19 years and have taught Algebraic reasoning to students from grades 6-11. My first 15 years of teaching experience was in a Middle School and my most recent 4 years were in High School. I am well versed at student thinking about algebra within this age range and have experience working with students with attention issues and anxiety related to mathematics and school. I look forward to working with your family to help your student become more confident in his/her Math abilities.
Students will leave the class with useable notes to add to a tool kit and an optional practice activity.
Pencil, Paper, Eraser
Learners will be assessed informally based on participation during the activity. Students and parents will receive feedback on how students progressed toward the learning goals: 1.) Using the skill of combining "like terms" to simplify equations, 2.) Using the distributive property to simplify equations and 3.) Solving real world problems using algebraic equations. Feedback and suggestions for further learning will be provided by the educator.
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
The website desmos.com will be utilized as a learning platform to allow students practice and receive real time feedback on their work. Additionally, the website "Blooket" will be used to play a game to reinforce skills that were taught during the lesson.
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Hello- My name is Ms. Christine Hubbard and I am a high school Mathematics teacher. I have been a math teacher for 19 years. Currently, I teach high school, (Algebra 1, Algebra 2 and Geometry), but have 14 years experience teaching middle school...