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• ### Cue april 24, 2010

1. 1. Minarets High School Math and Financial Literacy Ryan Hansen and Denise Alvarez
2. 2. Semester One • http://absolute-radical-math.wikispaces.com/ • Videos - Take notes at home. • Do assignments at school • No assigned Homework
3. 3. Tutoring 1. After School Math Lab- ✴Every Tuesday-4:15 to 6pm 2. Tutoring Time at home- ✴http://www.scribblar.com/ 3. Math Aide - ✴Minarets Math Nurse 4. Keep connected through Email
4. 4. Surveys The students have a chance to speak... • They rate their success in their math class • They rate the success of their math teacher • They tell us what is working, and what is not AND we listen...
5. 5. Getting Ready for the Big Game! California Math Standards: A. (5x5) Concepts 1-5- • http://mathalvarez2.wikispaces.com/Five +by+Five+Concepts+1-5 B. (5x5) Concepts 6-10 • http://mathalvarez2.wikispaces.com/Five+by +Five+Concepts+1-5
6. 6. Stations Example Station 1: • Direct Instruction of new concept Station 2: • Student Lead Instructions Station 3 • Quizzes-thatquiz.com
7. 7. What it looks like... Station 1 Station 2 Station 3
8. 8. Connecting to Math Projects • Cell Phone Project • Quadratic Project • Real-Life Quadratic Project • Two & Three Dimensional Project
9. 9. Real Life Quadratics Project
10. 10. Real Life Quadratics Project by Emma Delk
11. 11. Darren swings at a golf ball on the ground with a velocity of 10 feet per second. How long was the ball in the air? We’re going to use the following formula to solve this equation. H(t)=Height object ends at h= Height object starts at g=Acceleration due to gravity v=Initial velocity t=Time
12. 12. Problem #1 Darren swings at a golf ball on the ground with a velocity of 10 feet per second. How long was the ball in the air? We’re going to use the following formula to solve this equation. H(t)=Height object ends at h= Height object starts at g=Acceleration due to gravity v=Initial velocity t=Time
13. 13. H(t)=0 (Since we know that the golf ball will hit the ground eventually.) h=0 (Since the golf ball was hit when it was on the ground.) g=32 ft. (The acceleration due to gravity is always either 32 ft. or 9.8m.) v=10 ft. (As told to us by the problem.) t=??? (This is what we have to ﬁnd out.)
14. 14. The Values H(t)=0 (Since we know that the golf ball will hit the ground eventually.) h=0 (Since the golf ball was hit when it was on the ground.) g=32 ft. (The acceleration due to gravity is always either 32 ft. or 9.8m.) v=10 ft. (As told to us by the problem.) t=??? (This is what we have to ﬁnd out.)
15. 15. (0) = -1/2(32)t²+(10)t+(0) 0 = -16t² +10t+0 Now we need to ﬁnd the a, b, and c values of this quadratic. a = -16 b = 10 c=0 And now we plug those values into the quadratic formula.
16. 16. Plug in the values (0) = -1/2(32)t²+(10)t+(0) 0 = -16t² +10t+0 Now we need to ﬁnd the a, b, and c values of this quadratic. a = -16 b = 10 c=0 And now we plug those values into the quadratic formula.
17. 17. Solve t= t= We know that the time wasn’t 0 sec. so we discard that solution and say that the time was about 5/8 sec.
18. 18. Quadratic Formula Solve t= t= We know that the time wasn’t 0 sec. so we discard that solution and say that the time was about 5/8 sec.
19. 19. Problem #3
20. 20. Wikispaces • Helps students to ﬁnd their assignments • Helps parents see what their child is working on. • Helps parents and students ﬁnd any missing assignments • http://mathalvarez2.wikispaces.com/ Semester+2+Assignments
21. 21. Websites Used... • thatquiz.org • studyisland.com • absolute-radical-math.wikispaces.com • http://mathalvarez.wikispaces.com
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