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ldewees
Posted 12/11/2007 3:40 PM (#1823)
Subject: algebra 1 openers
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Is it still the plan that Candace and Jordan will be creating the Alg 1 openers for second semester? I hate to make you all do that, but i think I understand that you have to do some type of project and that is probably the least painful.
rtallent
Posted 12/11/2007 4:09 PM (#1826 - in reply to #1823)
Subject: RE: algebra 1 openers
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Right now that is the plan. But Nochta mentioned something to me about some testing company we are working with next semester that will submit ACT bell ringers to us? Anybody know anything about that?
rgoin
Posted 12/11/2007 7:05 PM (#1830 - in reply to #1823)
Subject: RE: algebra 1 openers


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I heard it mentioned that he was looking into it. I can ask Ms. Donovan tomorrow. I still think it would be benefical for Candice and Jordan to do this and it will count as their project.
ssewell
Posted 12/18/2007 10:46 AM (#1897 - in reply to #1830)
Subject: RE: algebra 1 openers
if that is the plan, i can't wait to use them.
Thanks guys
rtallent
Posted 12/18/2007 11:46 AM (#1898 - in reply to #1830)
Subject: RE: algebra 1 openers
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I think so too.
ccprek
Posted 12/21/2007 10:08 AM (#1940 - in reply to #1898)
Subject: RE: algebra 1 openers
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If we get the books with CDs we could hopefully compile some stuff in different sections electronically. Not really sure how we're going to tackle this yet, but whatever works best for everyone is what we'll try to do. I know Bryson said he'd rather have electronic copies for the smart board. Would this be helpful for everyone?
rgoin
Posted 1/5/2008 1:33 PM (#1954 - in reply to #1823)
Subject: RE: algebra 1 openers


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I think an electronic copy is best, that way we can easily modify it if needed. Plus we can change the problems and create a new set to review the concepts again!
ccprek
Posted 1/7/2008 11:29 AM (#1956 - in reply to #1823)
Subject: RE: algebra 1 openers
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We are starting it today and will compile all of the packets that already exist. This could be an ongoing file for alg/geo/alg 2 additions and changes later. Hopefully it will be fabulous.
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