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Lesson Plan,
6
-
9pm,
Thursday, 18
October
, 12018 HE rm. 211
, SDCE, North City Campus
Instructor: Ms. S. D. Jones
In our
Learning Toolbox
:
Remember
to write in your math and other journals
!!
Vocabulary
:
Copy
into your notes, and
Mind Map
each word:
Reading Comp. Vocab.
Grammar Vocabulary
Math Vocabulary
Test
-
taking Skills
Context
Commas and direct
address/Introductions
Rectangles, squares,
and
,
tri
angle
s
Breaking tasks down
into smaller pieces
Figure out meaning
direct address
Area
Translate into words
From the context
Introductions
perimeter
Rewrite the problem
Re
-
read the paragraph
Adjective clauses
Rectangles, squares
Organize your data
Think of the tone
Commas as separators
Tri
List unknowns
Imagine the scene
Modifier clauses
triangles
List known information
6pm
:
Write
one or two sentences explaining
what you think might be the differences between
area
and
perimeter
.
6:02
Continue on work from your folder (on Reading/Literature/Science/Social Studies).
7pm
:
Stand up & Stretch, if you wish...
7:00 to 7:07
Reading Comprehension
7:07 to 7:15
Grammar lecture, using the
passage
below.
7:15 to 7:25
M
ath lecture, also usi
ng this same passage.
7:25
-
7:30
We do 1st question/problem from each online worksheet together, then you finish
the online activities from all lectures individually on the classroom computers.
Mathematics work online and/or in books from 7:45 until
8:45
.
7:00
-
7:07:
Reading Comp.
:
finding meaning of words from the context
Today’s Passage
:
many americans believed in the concept of
M
anifest Destiny
. Accordingly, they felt that the united states and its ideas
were destined to control the entire continent.
B
y
1848, the united states
had taken the Southwest from Mexico
and
achieved its
“destiny
” to reach
from sea to shin
ing sea
.
(Today
’s reading comes from
P. 254
in Peterson’s Master the HiSET,
2nd Edition
...)
Where are the Grammatical errors?
What is propaganda?
What might the word
s
Manifest
D
estiny
mean?
7:07
Grammar
:
Commas and direct address/Introductions
Direct address: Yes, I can help you.
Introduction:
Bill, meet T
ed
.
Using Commas for Direct
Address:
When addressing someone directly, writers should separate the name being
used (e.g.,
Joh
n
,
Mar
y
,
my darlin
g
,
you little rasca
l
,
my so
n
) from rest of the
sentence using a comma or commas
.
Ala
n
, put your hand up if you do not understand.
(
Alan
is being addressed. The word
Alan
is said to be in
It must be
separated from the rest of the sentence with a comma.
)
Where do you think you are going,
you little devi
l
?
(Somebody is being addressed as
you little devil
)
(source:
https://www.grammar
-
monster.com/lessons/commas_with_vocative_case.htm
)
Let
s practice the first
question
(reviewing clauses from yesterday, as well
...
)
:
https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/grammar/punctuation
-
the
-
comma
-
and
-
the
-
apostrophe/
more
-
ways
-
to
-
use
-
commas/e/commas
-
in
-
dialogue
7:15
Mathematics Topic:
Perimeter and
Area of rectangles, squares, and triangles
Why would we want to
convert between forms of expression
?
Sometimes a problem
is easier to solve in an equivalent form...
Relationship between
rect
angle
s
,
square
s
, &
tri
angle
s
:
R
emember
Perimeter
Area
Squ
ares are
rectangles
Distance
around
B*h
A rectangle is
Two triangles
Distance
around
1/2b*h
So
,
tri
angle
s
and
square
s
are just another form of
rect
angle
,
a
nd
triangles are half of a rectangle
!
Let’s chart
some Ways to Express Any Number X
#
Quantity
Fractional
Exponents
Radical
form
multiply
exponent
fraction
decimal
percent
Por
Ciento
8
(64)
1/2
64
4*2
8
1
64/2, 8/1
8.0
800%
800/100
3
-
1
(1/9)
1/2
1/9
33/99
3
-
1
1/3
.3333
33%
33/100
12
(144)
1/2
144
12*1,3*2
2
12
1
12/1,24/2
12.000
1200%
1200/100
3
9
1/2
9
3*1,
3*3
0
3
1
9/3, 12/4
3.00
300%
300/100
27
(27*27)
1/2
(27*27)
3*3*3
3
1
*3
2
27/1
27.00
2700%
2700/100
Now
,
let’s do the first online math worksheet problem together:
(
Be sure to see
the hint, and make a
rectangle
out of a triangle!!!
)
https://www.khanacademy.org/math/geometry/hs
-
geo
-
foundations/hs
-
geo
-
area/e/area_of_triangl
es_1
7:30
1.)
Please
,
finish the grammar activity:
https://www.khanacademy.org/human
ities/grammar/punctuation
-
the
-
comma
-
and
-
the
-
apostrophe/
more
-
ways
-
to
-
use
-
commas/e/commas
-
in
-
dialogue
and
2.)
Please do the rema
inder of online math worksheet:
https://www.khanacademy.org/math/geometry/hs
-
geo
-
foundations/
hs
-
geo
-
area/e/area_of_triangl
es_1
8:40
Exit Questions
:
1.
Please
write
one sentence explaining
why a
triangle is part
of
a
rectangle
.
Could you use the same formula to find the area for either a
triangle
or a rectangle?
(yes/no)
2. What
does the
word “tri” mean
?
3.
How many degrees does
the inside of
a
Tri
Angle have
?
4. Show how the area of a triangle is related to the area of a rectangle
.
8:45
Turn in Exit Slip, Dismissal
 

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