Secret Numbers Each of the vertices of the triangle, the circles, have been assigned a secret number. Each edge is labeled with the sum of the secret numbers of vertices it connects. What are the secret numbers? Solve in as many ways as possible. 25 14 19
Possible Solution Pathways I.Reasoning Quantitatively Solution: 15, 10, and 4 25 14 19 x y z
II. Reasoning Algebraically a.2(x+y+z) = 58 (x+y+z) = 29 25+z = 29 z = 4 b. x+y = 25 y+z = 14 z+x = 19 c.
–What thinking occurred as you completed this task? –How does this task relate to the Standards for Mathematical Practice? Turn and Talk!
What’s Happening with Middle School Mathematics in North Carolina?
Middle School Resources Updated Unpacked Content Updated Lessons for Learning CCSSM Middle School Vocabulary (Building the Language of Math) CCSSM Overview and Critical Area Learning Descriptions Continuums
High School Courses in Middle School Math I 2103 2X0 Math II 2201 2X0 “2X0” denotes these as standard high school courses. A separate unique character will identify that the course was taken in middle school.
What’s Happening with High School Mathematics in North Carolina?
Math I (2103) Math II (2201) Math III (2301) Bridge Courses Foundations of Math I (2050) Foundations of Math II (2051) Foundations of Math III (2052) What high school courses are available in the 2013-2014 school year?
Common Core Geometry (Appendix A) (2200) For students who are completing the Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry Sequence Common Core Algebra II (Appendix A) (2300) For students who are completing the Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II Sequence Common Core Integrated III (Appendix A) (2302) For students who are completing the Integrated I, Integrated II, Integrated III Sequence *2003 Geometry *2003 Algebra II What high school courses are available in the 2013-2014 school year?
In the 2013-2014 school year, all students should be enrolled in Math I as their first high school math course, to be followed by Math II and Math III in successive years. Transitioning to a New Era
By 2015-2016 and beyond, the math course sequence for North Carolina high school mathematics will be Math I, Math II and Math III. One High School Pathway Math I Math II Math III (2103) (2201) (2301)
NC Final Exams for 2013-2014 Math I (EOC) Math II Math III *2003/CCSSM Geometry *2003/CCSSM Algebra II CCSSM Geometry CCSSM Algebra II CCSSM Integrated III 2003 Discrete 2003 AFM 2003 Pre-Calculus
Standards and Assessment Specifications 2003 SCoS http://math.ncwiseowl.org/UserFiles/Servers/Server_4507209/File/SCS%2 02003/HS2003.pdf CCSSM Appendix A http://maccss.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/Standard+Course+of+Study Math I, II, and III http://maccss.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/Course+Sequence+Options NC Final Exam Specifications http://www.ncpublicschools.org/accountability/common- exams/specifications/
High School Resources Math I. II, III Information Brochure Math II and III Unpacking Math I, II, and III Alignment Documents Math I, II, and III Professional Development Resources –Summer Institute –Fall and Spring RESA
“Navigating the Seven C’s” Meredith College has developed resources for Math I, Math II, and Math III that address the content, context, conversation, communication, connections, coherence, and cultivating of the CCSSM. https://sites.google.com/a/meredith.edu/ccssm_pd/ Meredith College Secondary Mathematics Project
Math and Science Partnerships MSP 2013-2014 –RFP published September 3, 2013 –Intent to apply due: September 30, 2013 –Full proposals due: November 30, 2013 For more information contact: Beverly G. Vance, Science Section Chief Division of Curriculum and Instruction North Carolina Department of Public Instruction Beverly.firstname.lastname@example.org
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