Student Resources for Lesson 1.2

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Extended Vocabulary Practice: Verbal-Visual Word Association Hopkins and Bean (1998/99) recommended using this activity where students create vocabulary boxes, which each contain four square. They write the structural element in the upper left square, its definition in the bottom left, the target word in the upper right and a visual representation of the target word in the lower right. Hopkins and Bean found that this approach personalized vocabulary learning in such a way that students were able to “use their strengths as well as address their weaknesses with respect to word learning and that it fostered independent problem-solving skills.
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Students will record their variables, variables values, and equations in this table.
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Students grades will be determined by the point scheme in this document. They will be asked to perform a self-assessment.
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This handout lists the requirements students must follow when doing the Math Challenge.
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Assessment

by Janet Pinto

A quick 5-question assessment.
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Vocabulary Worksheet

by Janet Pinto

Math Vocabulary worksheet for variables and various forms of linear and non-linear equations.
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Vocabulary worksheet

by Kathleen Duhl

Unit 1.1 Vocabulary worksheet
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