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Week 6 – The End of the Beginning
This is a week later than planned, but I came down with a severe case of strep throat practically the moment I walked out of the school on my last Friday – blech! The last week of my 2nd practicum … Continue reading
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Week 4 – Graphs, Graphs, and More Graphs!
I’m pretty sure my students thought I was trying to kill them with graphs this week! After getting the basics of getting a table of values and a graph from a linear equation, we started to delve deeper into specific … Continue reading
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Week 3 – Linear Relations Begins
After the students had a background in algebra and scatter plots, they get combined into the linear relations unit — where students learn to mathematically represent straight lines in a graph. Here’s what I did for each lesson this short … Continue reading
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Practicum 2 – Week 1
I have finished my first week of my second practicum, which is with a teacher who has three high school math classes (two grade 9s and one grade 12). I’ve only been observing this week, but my associate teacher (AT) … Continue reading
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