Slope Unit Outline – November 28th and 29th –
Danielle’s first go at a flipped classroom looks like the plan below. The students will be taking home ‘kits’ to help them prepare for application and consolidation of skills at school the day after. Danielle will introduce the lesson briefly, guide the activity then move around the room to discover which students engaged with the take-home kit the night before.
Below are the first three days.
Introduction to the idea of the flipped class and Cartesian Plane Review
Introduction to the Ontario Educational Resource Bank
Online scavenger unt – conducted in the library lab
1. Watch the Cartesian Plane VIdeo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QSVBEIuU-Vo&feature=feedu
2. Complete the handout (Labeling the Cartesian Plane)
3. ILC Learning Object about the XY plane.www.homeworkhelp.ilc.or
4. Get the Point – start activity.
Consolidating the Cartesian and Introduction to Slope
The Cartesian Plane – Consolidation:
1. Get the Point Activity and self-assessment;
2. Consolidation of XY Plane review and problem solve in groups.
|What is Slope? Take Home Kit
2. Students may also view: http://www.mathopenref.com/coordslope.html
3. ILC Website – Interactive Tutorials – Slope Calculation Parts 1 and 3 ONLY.
4. Guiding Questions Handout:
– How does the first application calculate slope?
-What does it mean when the rise is positive? Negative?
–What does it mean when the run is positive? Negative?
– What is slope a measure of? When do you think slope is used in the real world?
5. OERB Learning Object: ELO1325840?
Consolidating Slope and calculating rise/run;
Introducing Slope formula and simplificationo
Slope – Rise/Run
1. Measuring Slope Activity – Centres, rulers measuring slope around the classroom and school;
2. Consolidation: Discuss steepness, negatives and why they are important; Given an endpoint, find another point using slope;
Practice text questions.
1. Subtracting Integers Video: http://youtu.be/C38B33ZywWs
2. OERB Learning Object: ELO1033400
3. Simplifying expressions (My video with accompanying practice questions)
4. ILC Website àInteractive Tutorials à Slope Calculation parts 1 – 3