Maximize your mathematics curriculum to challenge all students This collection of lessons from experienced teachers provides multifaceted examples of rigorous learning opportunities for mathematics students in Grades 6a12. The four sample units focus on fractions, linear programming, geometry, and quadratic relationships. The authors provide user-friendly methods for instruction and demonstrate how to differentiate the lessons for the benefit of all students. Included are standards-based strategies that guide students through: Understanding secondary mathematics concepts Discovering connections between mathematics and other subjects Developing critical thinking skills Connecting mathematics learning to society through the study of real-world data, proportional reasoning, and problem solvingRESOURCE 4.17 Expert Group Task Card: Solving Quadratic Equations by Completing the Square Name: ... As part of this guide, create five practice problems that you can use in your instruction. ... I have provided about solving quadratic equations by using the quadratic formula. r Use what you have done to solve the fiveanbsp;...
|Title||:||Parallel Curriculum Units for Mathematics, Grades 6–12|
|Author||:||Jann H. Leppien, Jeanne H. Purcell|
|Publisher||:||Corwin Press - 2011-04-07|