Set Theory (Part 1) An Introduction

Set Theory (Part 1) An Introduction

This unit is an excellent demonstration of how to supplement a textbook, bringing into sharp relief the essential aspects of a mathematical topic. All but one document present original content; the exception is a page linking the content to the examples and practice of a specific textbook. Set theory is studied as part of the middle years program (MYP) of the International Baccalaureate (IBO.org), and is prior learning for its diploma program (DP). It is featured to a lessor extent in the GCSE, IGCSE and A Level syllabi. The concepts are essential preparation for those who will study mathematics at the tertiary level, and for those preparing for international competitions. This resource includes over 20 planning and student handouts developed for a ten lesson sequence (50 minutes per lesson) introducing set theory. The student experience of each lesson is focused around exploring a list of mastery targets that encapsulate the skills and meanings of the mathematical content. The mastery targets colour every aspect of each unit's planning and are explicitly reflected in each activity, from the pre-assessment to the final project. The course materials create multiple opportunities for students to assess their progress towards the skills and understanding encapsulated in the mastery targets. The use of sample pages, rubrics and checklists make explicit the actions needed for success. The unit documents include: - Lesson Plan Sequence - List of Mastery Targets - Pre-Assessments - Key Vocabulary - Two Unit Assessments - Five Activities - Student Project - Project Rubric - Prior Learning - Mindset - Sample Student Page : Graphic Organiser - Sample Student Page: Mastery Targets The mathematical content includes: - Well-Defined Sets - Roster Notation - Set Builder Notation - Set Equality - Cardinality - Finite & Infinite Sets - Number Sets Set Theory (Part 2) Set Operations will focus on subsets, basic set operations and venn diagrams.
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Graphing Linear Equations - Complete Unit  (PowerPoint Version)

Graphing Linear Equations - Complete Unit (PowerPoint Version)

Designed to suit classes of different abilities. PowerPoints and supporting worksheets provide between 8 and 12 lessons of focused study. Covers: The y-intercept, postive and negative slope, and their connection to the coefficient and constant of a linear equation. Activities include: Highly scaffolded activities to allow all abilities to practice core skills. Pattern finding activities to extend the learning for those who can race ahead. Review questions to probe and extend understanding. Journal writing opportunities that promote and challenge communication of understanding. Inquiry activities that use freely available virtual graphing applications, accessible using the browser of any smartphone, tablet, or pc.
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Basic Coordinates - Short Unit (PowerPoint Version)

Basic Coordinates - Short Unit (PowerPoint Version)

Designed to suit classes of different abilities. PowerPoints and supporting worksheets provide between 2 and 4 lessons of focused study. Covers: Starting with positive coordinates in quadrant 1, students practice finding points in all four quadrants. Activities include: Highly scaffolded activities to allow all abilities to practice core skills. Review questions to probe and extend understanding. Journal writing opportunities that promote and challenge communication of understanding.
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Basic Coordinates Worksheet (1 of 2)

Basic Coordinates Worksheet (1 of 2)

The first of two worksheets that introduce coordinates. This worksheet complements both the iPad Keynote and PowerPoint versions of the presentation of the same name. The students reveal gentle jokes whilst practicing their skills with coordinates.
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Basic Coordinates for PowerPoint (2 of 2)

Basic Coordinates for PowerPoint (2 of 2)

Designed for devices running PowerPoint. The second of two presentations that introduce coordinates. A preview slide lists the skills to be introduced and practiced, and a review slide contains some comprehension questions to challenge the whole class to think more deeply. A separate activity scheet for individual practice is available that complements this presentation.
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Basic Coordinates Worksheet (2 of 2)

Basic Coordinates Worksheet (2 of 2)

The second of two worksheets that introduce coordinates. This worksheet complements both the iPad Keynote and PowerPoint versions of the presentation of the same name. The students reveal pictures whilst practicing their skills with coordinates.
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Graphing Linear Equations - Complete Unit  (PowerPoint Version)

Graphing Linear Equations - Complete Unit (PowerPoint Version)

Designed to suit classes of different abilities. PowerPoints and supporting worksheets provide between 8 and 12 lessons of focused study. Covers: The y-intercept, postive and negative slope, and their connection to the coefficient and constant of a linear equation. Activities include: Highly scaffolded activities to allow all abilities to practice core skills. Pattern finding activities to extend the learning for those who can race ahead. Review questions to probe and extend understanding. Journal writing opportunities that promote and challenge communication of understanding. Inquiry activities that use freely available virtual graphing applications, accessible using the browser of any smartphone, tablet, or pc.
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Set Theory (Part 1) An Introduction

Set Theory (Part 1) An Introduction

This unit is an excellent demonstration of how to supplement a textbook, bringing into sharp relief the essential aspects of a mathematical topic. All but one document present original content; the exception is a page linking the content to the examples and practice of a specific textbook. Set theory is studied as part of the middle years program (MYP) of the International Baccalaureate (IBO.org), and is prior learning for its diploma program (DP). It is featured to a lessor extent in the GCSE, IGCSE and A Level syllabi. The concepts are essential preparation for those who will study mathematics at the tertiary level, and for those preparing for international competitions. This resource includes over 20 planning and student handouts developed for a ten lesson sequence (50 minutes per lesson) introducing set theory. The student experience of each lesson is focused around exploring a list of mastery targets that encapsulate the skills and meanings of the mathematical content. The mastery targets colour every aspect of each unit's planning and are explicitly reflected in each activity, from the pre-assessment to the final project. The course materials create multiple opportunities for students to assess their progress towards the skills and understanding encapsulated in the mastery targets. The use of sample pages, rubrics and checklists make explicit the actions needed for success. The unit documents include: - Lesson Plan Sequence - List of Mastery Targets - Pre-Assessments - Key Vocabulary - Two Unit Assessments - Five Activities - Student Project - Project Rubric - Prior Learning - Mindset - Sample Student Page : Graphic Organiser - Sample Student Page: Mastery Targets The mathematical content includes: - Well-Defined Sets - Roster Notation - Set Builder Notation - Set Equality - Cardinality - Finite & Infinite Sets - Number Sets Set Theory (Part 2) Set Operations will focus on subsets, basic set operations and venn diagrams.
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Basic Coordinates - Short Unit ( iPad/Mac KeyNote Version)

Basic Coordinates - Short Unit ( iPad/Mac KeyNote Version)

Designed to suit classes of different abilities. KeyNote* presentations and supporting worksheets provide between 2 and 4 lessons of focused study. Covers: Starting with positive coordinates in quadrant 1, students practice finding points in all four quadrants. Activities include: Highly scaffolded activities to allow all abilities to practice core skills. Review questions to probe and extend understanding. Journal writing opportunities that promote and challenge communication of understanding. *KeyNote files uploaded as ZIP files because TES doesn't support their file type. To preview their contents look at the PowerPoint versions.
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Basic Coordinates - Short Unit (PowerPoint Version)

Basic Coordinates - Short Unit (PowerPoint Version)

Designed to suit classes of different abilities. PowerPoints and supporting worksheets provide between 2 and 4 lessons of focused study. Covers: Starting with positive coordinates in quadrant 1, students practice finding points in all four quadrants. Activities include: Highly scaffolded activities to allow all abilities to practice core skills. Review questions to probe and extend understanding. Journal writing opportunities that promote and challenge communication of understanding.
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Graphing Linear Equations - Complete Unit ( iPad/Mac KeyNote Version)

Graphing Linear Equations - Complete Unit ( iPad/Mac KeyNote Version)

Designed to suit classes of different abilities. KeyNote* presentations and supporting worksheets provide between 8 and 12 lessons of focused study. Covers: The y-intercept, postive and negative slope, and their connection to the coefficient and constant of a linear equation. Activities include: Highly scaffolded activities to allow all abilities to practice core skills. Pattern finding activities to extend the learning for those who can race ahead. Review questions to probe and extend understanding. Journal writing opportunities that promote and challenge communication of understanding. Inquiry activities that use freely available virtual graphing applications, accessible using the browser of any smartphone, tablet, or pc. *KeyNote files uploaded as ZIP files because TES doesn't support their file type. To preview their contents look at the PowerPoint versions.
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Introduction to Graphing

Introduction to Graphing

We include both the PowerPoint and KeyNote versions of our two popular graphing units. The two units contain between 10 and 16 lessons of focused study. Students practice basic skills and are then encouraged to deepen their understandings. The units contain review questions, journal writing prompts, and interactive inquiry opportunities.
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Basic Coordinates for PowerPoint (1 of 2)

Basic Coordinates for PowerPoint (1 of 2)

Designed for devices running PowerPoint. The first of two presentations that introduce coordinates. A preview slide lists the skills to be introduced and practiced, and a review slide contains some comprehension questions to challenge the whole class to think more deeply. A separate activity scheet for individual practice is available that complements this presentation.
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Graphing Linear Equations for PowerPoint (1 of 4)

Graphing Linear Equations for PowerPoint (1 of 4)

Designed for devices running PowerPoint. The first of four presentations that introduce graphing of linear equations. A preview slide lists the skills to be introduced and practiced, and a review slide contains some comprehension questions to challenge the whole class to think more deeply. A separate activity scheet for individual practice is available that complements this presentation.
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Graphing Linear Equations for PowerPoint (Try Free)

Graphing Linear Equations for PowerPoint (Try Free)

We present the first lesson of our Graphing Linear Equations pack free for you to try out. This resource contains the first of four powerpoints and the corresponding integrated worksheet for individual practices and extension of the ideas. Designed to suit classes of different abilities. This trial PowerPoint and the supporting worksheet provides between 2 and 3 lessons of focused study. Activities include: Highly scaffolded activities to allow all abilities to practice core skills. Pattern finding activities to extend the learning for those who can race ahead. Review questions to probe and extend understanding. Journal writing opportunities that promote and challenge communication of understanding. Inquiry activities that use freely available virtual graphing applications, accessible using the browser of any smartphone, tablet, or pc.
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Basic Coordinates for PowerPoint (Try Free)

Basic Coordinates for PowerPoint (Try Free)

We present the first half of our lessons on Basic Coordinates free for you to try out. This resource contains the first of two powerpoints and the integrated worksheet for individual practices and extension of the ideas. Designed to suit classes of different abilities. This trial PowerPoint and supporting worksheet provides between 1 and 2 lessons of focused study. Activities include: Highly scaffolded activities to allow all abilities to practice core skills. Review questions to probe and extend understanding. Journal writing opportunities that promote and challenge communication of understanding.
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