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There will be no rest for me this summer as I get ready to have a blended, leaning heavily towards flipped, Algebra classroom next year.
Making the videos is not what I think will be the most time consuming! What is taking longer is figuring out how to use all of class time that I now have! In some cases, it is narrowing down the activities that I have and figuring out what will be the best use of the class time.
In other cases it is finding the activity or tweaking something to better fit the topic. The first lesson that we do in the Saxon Algebra I text is about classifying real numbers. I like the calk walk activity that I did last year, but I want to use that to review with the following week.
I want to spend the class time after the first video actually practicing classifying the numbers. For some reason, this needs more practice than I usually give it. So I decided to set up some stations and practice and practice and practice classifying numbers in the real number system.
Here are the stations I'm still working on the names Popsicle Stick Sort In this station students will be asked to sort 20 popsicle sticks with different numbers on them. The white cups are the classifications of natural, whole, integer, rational, and irrational.
The green cups have multiple groups.
The first task at this station will be to sort the popsicle sticks into any cup that would classify the numbers. They will then write down 3 observations about how the numbers were sorted. The second task will be to use only the white cups and decide which is the best classification for each number on the popsicle stick.
They will then write down 3 observations about this task. Real Numbers Concentration For this station, students play a traditional game of concentration or memorybut they get a match if the two numbers flipped are from the same set of numbers and they can identify the set.
Students can't use the same set, two times in a row. I am also not letting them use real numbers for any of the classifications. Also, all of the cards have a match, but depending on what set students use the last ones may be challenging to classify. Real Life, Real Numbers In this station, students will be asked to sort the real life situations into the best set of real numbers.If we consider Real number as a set then rational numbers and irrational numbers are its subsets and integers, whole numbers and natural numbers are further the subsets of rational number.
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