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Alg I Part II

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Posted 3/26/2009 1:24 PM (#2427)
Subject: Alg I Part II

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Location: Tates Creek
I will start chapter 12 when we get back from Spring Break. I'm going to do a chapter test after 12.1 and 12.2 so that I can get more grades in that category. Then I'll do another test when I get finished with all of the sections. Hopefully, this will help my kids get a better overall average in the test section. I'll attach the tests after I make them.
Posted 4/17/2009 11:32 AM (#2444 - in reply to #2427)
Subject: RE: Alg I Part II

Posts: 50
Location: Tates Creek
I opened Chapter 12 today by using the Quadratic Basketball Shoot that Ryan McQuerry created for our MILC unit. It was so much fun ... the kids had a ball! It was a nice way to generate some excitement for quadratic functions.
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