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# Teaching Math in the Combined Classroom: GED Instructional Strategies

WNYPDC GED Day Camp October 2012
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## Rachael Rossi

on 27 October 2014

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Erica Kopp & Rachael Rossi
Orleans/Niagara BOCES Teaching in the Combined Classroom:
GED Instructional Strategies Icebreaker & Introductions YWCA/
Carolyn's House What's in a name? Icebreaker Teaching Math in the Multi-level Classroom ... or drink Why teachers retire early... Teaching Integers Irregular Verbs Grammar Grabbers Complementary and Supplementary Angles Mnemonic Devices Declaration of Independence YouTube Video Indefinite Verbs Unscrambling Sentences Some Good Advice Homophones Magic Square Defining the Confusing "To the left, to the left"
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Turning percents to decimals 1. Give your full, complete name 2. Tell how you got your name 3. What nicknames do you have, if any? 4. What do people do with your name? 5. Do you like your name? Defining the Confusing
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s TABE "M" Level
Computation & Applied TABE "D" Level
Computation & Applied Weekly GED Topics include
1.) Simple Interest
2.) Probability & Statistics
3.) Inequalities
4.) Products & Factors
5.) Simplifying Expressions
6.) Solving Equations
7.) Pythagoras
8.) Composite Area
9.) Slope
10.) Coordinate Distance Trivia! Simple Interest
"I am pretty."
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HOY and VUX HOY
Horizontal lines have a slope of zero and cross the Y-axis VUX
Vertical lines have an undefined slope and cross the X-axis English Language Arts Try Area Method instead of FOIL Multiplying Binomials INTEGERS

(One Sign) (Two Signs Touching)

Signs are the same= Same signs= Same signs=

Signs are different= Different signs= Different signs=
Subtract the numbers MINUS NEGATIVE ANSWER

Keep the sign of the bigger number facebook

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Rachael Rossi GED

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(One Sign)

Signs are the same=

Signs are different=
Subtract the numbers

Keep the sign of the bigger number #nyacce13 #math Trott Access Center Niagara Falls Literacy Zone Who are we? First Day Success Our Open Enrollment
Multi-level Classroom Practice, Practice, and Gain Confidence Going Beyond On the first day of class, work with student to create individual math plan Substitute for me Computation Review GED Weekly Topic Advanced Work Add and Sub Same Sign ADD -7 - 5 = -12 Different Sign SUB -7 + 5 = -2 You have always