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Monday, May 01, 2006

Counting Review

Hi everyone, I just want to start off thanking Michael for picking me as the scribe for today. Thanks Michael and congratulations...you are the emperor of the blog!

So today was a two period day. In the morning class we started off doing a quiz on counting. We corrected the quizes as a class because it's easier for us to learn what we did wrong and also helps us have an idea how the teachers mark them. After the quiz Mr. K started talking about having our pre-test on wednesday. So for students who missed his class today, the PRE-TEST is this WEDNESDAY. Also we are having another pre-test but online, it's called quiz star. He explained only a little bit of it so look for it being posted on the blog by Mr. K. For the rest of the class we talked about what we needed to review or what students are still having trouble with and we actually found out that we were missing a couple notes for our dictionary. Good thing we reviewed or we could've been missing the Permutation definitions and formula. Here's what we added in our dictionary:



Since we were done the unit already, in the afternoon class all we did was review. We first reviewed the binomial theorem because thats where Mr. K felt most students were still having trouble with. So he gave us these questions to do:

This is the key to doing these questions:

After this Mr. K put us in groups and gave us a sheet of group problems on counting to do for the rest of the class. These were some of the questions given:


I'd have to say my group did pretty bad with those questions and it was worth marks!

Okay so that was all of what today's class consisted. Now for homework: the stencil, pg. 352 odd #1-9 and pg. 356 every 3rd question.

Thanks you guys for reading! AND thank you EMPEROR for the help. The next scribe will be my "right hand man" Jefferson. lol. Someday me and my right hand man will conquer this blog. MWUUUAAAHH!!!!! .. okay I really need some sleep now.




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3 Comments:

At 5/02/2006 2:22 PM, Blogger Lani said...

Hi Janet,

I'm thinking you have conquered this blog!!!

You captured my attention with a good introduction and finished with grand conclusion.

Your explanations were clear (and this comes from someone who is not a math person which means they were really clear) and I could easily find your examples and annotations.

I'm looking forward to learning more from you and your classmates.

Best,
Lani

 
At 5/02/2006 2:39 PM, Blogger Mr. H said...

Your scribe is excellent. If I was a student in this class I would understand what had happened that day. I understand the content of the day and your illustrations and pictures reinforce what you were saying. Keep up the good work.

You are a scribbler excelent!

Mr. Harbeck
Sargent Park School

 
At 5/03/2006 8:26 PM, Anonymous Graham Wegner said...

There's something really good about clearly describing something you've learnt so well that a mathematical dunce (like myself) can get an idea of the processes you are following. Great job with this post - your class gives me so many practical examples of clear, concise scribing.

 

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