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WORKPLACE & APPRENTICESHIP 10 WORKSHOP June 22 nd /28 th, 2010

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1. Prayer 2. Welcome/Introductions 3. Curriculum Overview 4. Resource Overview: Math Works 10 5. Introduction to Unit 1: Unit Pricing & Currency Exchange 6. Cyber School Hybrid 7. Math Support Agenda

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All the information you receive today will be available to you on the GSCS High School Math Support Website: http://blog.scs.sk.ca/hayes/ Once you subscribe to this blog, you will receive an email update each time the website is updated with more information & resources. Math Support Website

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“Believe in kids! Give them the opportunity to solve problems and make sense of mathematics. You do not need to tell them everything. Kids are amazing!” – John Van de Walle Curriculum Overview

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Jigsaw – in groups of 4 Each person reads one of the following sections from the curriculum guide and then shares it with the rest of the group: Discovering versus Covering p. 16 The Role of Homework p. 21 Ongoing Feedback and Reflection p. 22 Assessment and Evaluation p. 38

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Curriculum Overview In your groups, match up the curriculum outcomes and indicators with the units in the resource. Once you have completed this, familiarize yourselves with the outcomes and indicators in Unit 1: Unit Pricing and Currency Exchange

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Course Outline and Timeline Unit 1 – Unit Pricing &Currency Exchange (Sections 1.1 – 1.5) Unit 2 – Earning an Income (Sections 2.1 – 2.4) Unit 3 – Length, Area, and Volume (Sections 3.1 – 3.4) Unit 4 – Mass, Temperature &Volume (Sections 4.1 – 4.4) Unit 5 – Angle and Parallel Lines (Sections 5.1 – 5.4) Unit 6 – Similarity of Figures (Sections 6.1 – 6.4) Unit 7 – Trigonometry of Right Triangles (Sections 7.1 – 7.5) For Timeline - see handout

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Math Works 10 Resource Components Student Resource (will be hard covered) Teacher Resource Book Teacher Resource CD – PDF version of the text Student Workbooks – consumable (not WNCP approved - however, they may be useful as extra support for LAT & EAL students. They can be purchased for $8.95 each.) For more info: http://mathworks10.weebly.com/http://mathworks10.weebly.com/

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Student Resource Structure (see pages 12 – 16 of the teacher resource OR pages 8 & 9 of the student resource) Introduction (identifies learning outcomes) Chapter Project Math on the Job (scenario & problem to be solved) Explore the Math (lesson) Examples Discuss the Ideas (problem to solve in groups/pairs)

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Student Resource Structure Mental Math and Estimation Activities (hands on activities for students to work collaboratively) Building Your Skills (practice problems) Extend Your Thinking (extension problems)

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Student Resource Structure Puzzle it Out (puzzle or game – one in each section – see curriculum outcome WA 10.2) The Roots of Math (history of math) Reflect on Your Learning (summary of chapter concepts) Practice Your New Skills (review)

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Teacher Resource (see TR p. 19) Introduction (connects chapter to curriculum outcomes) Curriculum & Chapter Overview (graphic organizer) The Mathematical Ideas (highlights “big ideas”, mathematical importance, prior skills & knowledge) Planning for Instruction (timeline, materials) Planning for Assessment (assessment of, as and of learning)

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Teacher Resource Chapter Project (project overview, project assessment rubric) Worked solutions to all questions Teaching Notes Puzzle It Out - solutions Appendix: Sample Test, Blackline Masters, Alternative chapter project, student project self-assessment

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Unit 1 Overview Unit 1: Unit Pricing & Currency Exchange Goals & Key Terms p. 10 Project - Overview p. 11 (TR p. 26 - 28) (see blackline masters 1.2 – 1.4 TR p. 66 – 68) Section1.1 Proportional Reasoning Math on the Job p. 12 (TR p. 29) Activity 1.1 p. 15 (TR p. 30 – 31) (need 0.5cm graph paper and rulers)

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Unit 1 Overview Puzzle It Out p. 22 (TR p. 37) Section 1.2 Unit Price Note: different example (TR p. 38) Activity 1.3 p. 25 (TR p. 39) (see handout with charts) Section 1.3 Setting a Price Note: different example (TR p. 42) Discuss the Ideas p. 31 (TR p. 43) Mental Math & Estimation p. 31 (TR p. 44)

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Unit 1 Overview Section 1.4 On Sale Math on the Job p. 34 (TR p. 46) Activity 1.4 p. 36 (TR p. 47) - Discuss (need flyers for furniture and electronic stores) Project – research your ideas p. 39 The Roots of Math p. 40 (TR p. 49) Discussion in Groups

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Unit 1 Overview Section 1.5 Currency Exchange Rates Extension activity p. 50 – 51 of Teacher Resource Activity 1.5 p. 42 (TR p. 52) - Discuss Project – Make a Presentation p. 49 Sample Test and Solutions (TR p. 58 – 64) Alternate Project (TR p. 70 – 79) Student Project Self-Assessment (TR p. 68)

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Workplace & Apprenticeship 10 is in the process of being developed on-line through Cyber School: http://www.scs.sk.ca/cyber/http://www.scs.sk.ca/cyber/ You can register for a “hybrid” version of the course on the cyber school website under “high school information”. Cyber School Hybrid

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Math Support Future Math Workshops Other considerations – classroom set-up (i.e. pairs) Individualized Math Support – please contact us to arrange a time for additional planning, preparation, PD, team teaching, etc. Questions? Please fill out feedback form. Thanks for coming! Have a great summer!

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