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Welcome to the Mathematics 20-2 Demonstration Course
This learning opportunity is subsidized as a result of a grant from Alberta Education to support implementation of new mathematics curriculum. For further information please email email@example.com
Problem in Space Activity (Great Way to Start Your Year)
(Link: NASA activity)
This past summer I went to a IB conference and the presenter D. Weber gave us this activity to do together in a group. Most of the teachers have done this activity before, but I was pleasantly surprised of how Weber uses this activity to start the school year.
The audio below describes how he uses this activity to teach the students three important aspects of learning.
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For more problem solving activities provided by NASA please click on this link.
Inductive and Deductive Reasoning
This word document summarizes the outcomes for Inductive and Deductive Reasoning. It also shows the outcomes that are related from Math 10C and Math 20-1 and also what outcomes will follow in Math 30-2.
The unit plan reveals key concepts for each lesson, assigned questions and a suggested timeline for each lesson.
These are lessons that are downloadable.
This page provides additional resources that support the lessons of Inductive and Deductive Reasoning.
Properties of Angles and Triangle
Acute Triangle Trigonometry
"Students in Mathematics 20-2 are required to complete a Mathematics Research Project. These materials are designed to help students with the development and completion of this project."
Random Thoughts of Teaching Math by John Scammell