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FOUNDATIONS & PRE-CALCULUS 10 WORKSHOP June 23rd/29th, 2010 Agenda 1. Prayer 2. Welcome/Introductions 3. Curriculum Overview 4. Resource Overview – Pearson 5. Introduction to Unit 1: Measurement 6. Preview of Smart Notebook Lessons 7. Math Support Plans Math Support Website All the information you receive today will be available to you on the GSCS High School Math Support Website: http://blog.scs.sk.ca/hayes/ Once you subscribe to this blog, you will receive an email update each time the website is updated with more information & resources. Curriculum Overview Jigsaw – in groups of 4 Each person reads one of the following sections from the curriculum guide and then shares it with the rest of the group: Models and Connections p. 20 Teaching for Deep Understanding p. 22 Inquiry p. 23 Creating Questions for Inquiry in Mathematics p. 25 Curriculum Overview continued . . . In your groups, match up curriculum outcomes and indicators with the units in the resource. Once you have completed this, familiarize yourselves with the outcomes and indicators in Unit 1: Measurement. Course Outline & Timeline Unit 1 – Measurement (Sections 1.1 – 1.7) Unit 2 – Trigonometry (Sections 2.1 – 2.7) Unit 3 – Factors and Products (Sections 3.1 – 3.8) Unit 4 – Roots and Powers (Sections 4.1 – 4.6) Unit 5 – Relations and Functions (Sections 5.1 – 5.7) Unit 6 – Linear Functions (Sections 6.1 – 6.6) Unit 7 – Systems of Linear Equations (Sections 7.1–7.6) For timeline – see handout Resource Components (see inside cover of student resource) Student Resource Teacher Resource (program overview plus seven unit modules) Teacher CD (digital version of student book with tabbed teacher notes, line masters – digital & editable) Teacher Technology DVD (dynamic activities, animations, SMART notebook lessons, TI-inspire activities) Resource Components continued . . . Exam View Test Generator CD Solutions CD Student Workbook CD – reproducible line masters Workbook – Teacher’s Edition (answers) Math XL option for students - Cost: $15 (on-line assignments & self-assessments) For more information: www.pearsoncanada.ca/wncpmath10 Unit & Lesson Components Chapter Opener (prior knowledge, big ideas, key terms) Lesson Focus (learning goal) Make Connections (activates prior knowledge) “Try this” or “Think about this” (problem/activity) Unit & Lesson Components Examples & Check Your Understanding Questions Discuss the Ideas (discussion before assignment – assess student understanding) Exercises: A/B/C - levels of difficulty Reflect (communicate/summarize learning) The World of Math (math facts) Unit & Lesson Components Math Lab Lessons (explore the math activities) Checkpoints (reflect on big ideas, assess understanding) Study Guide Review Practice Test Cumulative Reviews (after Units 2, 4, 7) Projects (after Units 2, 4, 7) Glossary Answers Teacher Resource Program Overview Booklet Program Philosophy & Structure p. 4 Assessment Background p. 8 Meeting the Needs of Diverse Learners p. 18 Materials list p. 37 Program Masters p. 38 Teacher Resource Chapter 1 Booklet: Measurement Planning for Chapter 1 (Background, Rationale, Big Ideas, Curriculum Across the Grades, Chapter 1 At a Glance, Planning for Assessment) Teacher DI notes for each section = differentiate instruction Blackline Masters for the Chapter (Activate Prior Learning handouts, Chapter Test & Answers, Chapter Project, Rubric, Self-Assessment handout, Review Question Correlation) Unit 1: Measurement Section 1.1 Imperial Measures of Length Try This, p. 5 Math Lab 1.2 Measuring Length & Distance p.13 (caliper use) Section 1.3 Relating SI & Imperial Units Try This, p. 16 How to use a Caliper These calipers allow us to make precise measurements to a tenth of a mm or to a thousandth of an inch. Caliper Simulation: http://www.physics.smu.edu/~scalise/apparatus/caliper/ tutorial/ More Detailed Instructions: http://www.physics.smu.edu/~scalise/apparatus/caliper/ How to read a caliper in inches: http://www.ehow.com/how_4897878_read-caliperinches.html Unit 1: Measurement Checkpoint 1 p. 24 – 25 Section 1.4 Surface Area of Right Pyramids & Right Cones Try This, p. 26 (discuss) Section 1.5 Volumes of Right Pyramids and Right Cones Try This, p. 36 (discuss) Unit 1: Measurement Section 1.6 Surface Area and Volume of a Sphere Try This, p. 45 Checkpoint 2 p. 53 - 54 Section 1.7 Solving Problems Involving Objects Think about this, p. 55 SMART Notebook Lessons http://www.pearsoned.ca/school/math/wncpmath10 /index.html Math Support Plans Test Generator Session Future Math Workshops For consideration: classroom set-up (i.e. pairs) Individualized Math Support – please contact us to arrange a time for additional planning, preparation, PD, team teaching, etc. Questions? Please fill out feedback form. Thanks for coming! Have a great summer!