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Category Archives: Lesson Plans
I find it quite easy to complain about context in real-world scenarios. However, when it comes to writing word problems which obey all of my rules things become much harder. We’re coming to the end of the unit on triangle trigonometry and … Continue reading
Yesterday we gave the students a Pairs Check. In a pairs check, we organize the worksheet in two columns and have the students take turns solving the problems in their column. The problem solver’s role is to narrate everything they … Continue reading
This coming Wednesday is my first formal assessment. Sure, I’m a little nervous when it comes to being watched, filmed, evaluated, and judged on my ability to teach, but on the other hand, I’m stoked to show my supervisor the … Continue reading
I’ve noticed often times the students in my class are having trouble putting numbers in the right order in interval notation. Often times they seem to mark intervals from [4, -2] or (0, -10). Today I decided prove a point … Continue reading