Mathematics Instructional Learning Community
Mathematics Instructional Learning Community
The Mathematics Instructional Learning Community (MILC) Project is an alliance among Fayette County Public Schools (FCPS) math teachers focusing on:
  • Increasing the pedagogy and content knowledge of math teachers;
  • Integrating technology tools into everyday math instruction; and
  • Developing, implementing and revising units of study.
Questions regarding MILC? Contact: Natalee Mauney Feese, Fayette County Public Schools, MILC Project Director
Questions regarding technical website issues? Contact: Pete Koutoulas, Fayette County Public Schools, IST Team Leader
Search | Statistics | User listing Forums | Calendars | Final Units |
You are NOT logged in. If you are a MILC participant, please logon by clicking here --> logon |  Not a member? register )


"'Obvious' is the most dangerous word in mathematics." (Eric Temple Bell)
matrices
Moderators:

Jump to page : 1
Now viewing page 1 [25 messages per page]
   Archived Forums (Read only - No new posting)-> Lafayette Discussion areaMessage format
 
cwaespe
Posted 9/8/2006 2:02 PM (#999)
Subject: matrices
Math

Posts: 31
25
Location: Lafayette
I notice that the MILC unit for Chapters 1 & 2 does not cover matrices, but the long range plan from the blue book does. What are most of you doing in Algebra I about this?
bperry
Posted 9/8/2006 7:57 PM (#1005 - in reply to #999)
Subject: RE: matrices


Math

Posts: 281
100100252525
Location: Henry Clay
Ronni posted on another thread

http://www.milc.fcps.net/forum/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=377&posts=2

slucas
Posted 9/20/2006 12:16 PM (#1036 - in reply to #999)
Subject: RE: matrices


Math

Posts: 82
252525
Location: Lafayette
I covered matices during Chapter 2. I decided to do all the matrices in one day, the day I taught multiplication. You could split it up like they did on the day by day Algebra I plan. Do we just need to cover Addition, Subtraction and Scalar Multiplication?

What matrices skill should students for the Junior testing?
slucas
Posted 9/20/2006 12:33 PM (#1041 - in reply to #999)
Subject: RE: matrices


Math

Posts: 82
252525
Location: Lafayette
What I meant to say was "What matrices skills should the students KNOW for the junior testing?"

It is so much more fun to proof read after you post.
bperry
Posted 9/20/2006 9:32 PM (#1044 - in reply to #999)
Subject: RE: matrices


Math

Posts: 281
100100252525
Location: Henry Clay
If it is within thirty minutes you can correct your own post. Just to let you know....

Just push the edit in the top right of the screen


Edited by bperry 9/20/2006 9:32 PM
mdailey
Posted 9/21/2006 11:52 AM (#1046 - in reply to #999)
Subject: RE: matrices
Math

Posts: 45
25
Location: Eastside
I know this may not help you out this year but here's a matrix worksheet.



Attachments
----------------
Attachments Additional Matrix Practice 1.1 A-E.doc (36KB - 365 downloads)
Attachments Additional Matrix Practice 1.1 A-E.doc (36KB - 271 downloads)
Jump to page : 1
Now viewing page 1 [25 messages per page]
Printer friendly version
E-mail a link to this topic
Jump to forum :


Running MegaBBS ASP Forum Software v2.0
© 2003 PD9 Software