# WORKPLACE & APPRENTICESHIP 10 WORKSHOP September 16 th, 2010.

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WORKPLACE & APPRENTICESHIP 10 WORKSHOP September 16 th, 2010

1. Prayer 2. Introductions/How are things going?/PMI 3. New Arrivals - Resource Components 4. Curriculum Focus – Unit 2 5. Unit 2: Earning an Income 6. Break 7. Curriculum Focus – Unit 3 8. Unit 3: Length, Area and Volume 9. Other items/Questions? Agenda

New Arrivals - Resource Components  Teacher Resource CD – PDF version of Teacher Resource  Student Resource CD – PDF Version of Student Text  Manipulatives (meter/yard sticks, rulers)

Curriculum Focus – Unit 2  Read the seven mathematical processes on page 13 – 16  Identify examples of these processes in the indicators from outcome WA10.11on page 36 - 37

Unit 2: Earning an Income  Project: Summer Business  Text p. 53  TR p. 87-90  blackline masters 2.1 - 2.3 (TR p. 126- 128)  Alternative project option (TR p. 129 – 137)  Section 2.1 – Math on the Job (p. 54)  Activity 2.2 (p. 60) – mind mapping - refer to TR p. 95  Roots of Math (p. 63)

Unit 2: Earning an Income  2.2 Discuss the Ideas (p. 65 – 66)  Puzzle it out (p. 71)  Alternative puzzle (TR p. 104)  Activity 2.5 - Discuss (p. 81)  Section 2.4 – CRA Payroll Deductions Calculator & Tables http://www.cra- arc.gc.ca/tx/bsnss/tpcs/pyrll/menu- eng.htmlhttp://www.cra- arc.gc.ca/tx/bsnss/tpcs/pyrll/menu- eng.html  Project

Curriculum Focus – Unit 3  Identify examples of the mathematical processes in the indicators from outcomes WA 10.3, 10.4, 10.5 (p. 28 – 31)

Unit 3: Length, Area and Volume  Activity 3.1 discuss (p. 96)  Activity 3.3 (p. 101)  Roots of Math (p. 104)  Activity 3.4 discuss (p. 107)  Activity 3.5 (p. 110) – mini-project?

Unit 3: Length, Area and Volume  Discuss the Ideas (p. 111)  3.3 Math on the Job (p.115)  Activity 3.7 (p. 117)  Activity 3.9 (p. 126)  Puzzle it out (p. 131)

Other Items  Teacher Resource – in binder  Questions?  Thanks for coming!

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