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Notes to teachers(1):. On each slide, you will see a ‘student’s work’ and the ‘text book answer’. Students should ask themselves: “How likely is it that the student is on track to get the right answer?” We are not interested in special cases.

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Notes to teachers 1
Notes to teachers(1):

  • On each slide, you will see a ‘student’s work’ and the ‘text book answer’. Students should ask themselves: “How likely is it that the student is on track to get the right answer?”

  • We are not interested in special cases.

  • We are not interested what the precise wording of the original question may have been.

  • We are interested in equivalent expressions.

  • While the ‘student’ does not have exactly the same mathematical expression as that presented in the ‘text book’, is their expression at least equivalent? It may not be in ‘simplest form’ but is it at least logically correct?

  • We are interested in whether students can identify those cases where no amount of further rearrangement or simplification could result in identical expressions.


Notes to teachers 2
Notes to teachers (2):

  • Make sure each student has an answer sheet and pen or pencil.

  • Use the next 3 slides to explain the concept of the test to your students and get them ready to do the practice questions. Click the mouse or press the right arrow key after each of these introductory slides.

  • When you get to the ‘Practice Questions’ slide stress to students that

    • each question is shown for a only a few seconds

    • they should make a quick judgment and circle their response on the answer sheet

  • Click the mouse or press the right arrow key to start the Practice Questions and allow the slide show to proceed automatically until it stops at the ‘Get Ready to Begin’ slide

  • When ready, click the mouse or press the right arrow key to start the Quiz and allow the slide show to proceed automatically until a ‘Short Break’ slide.

  • You control the length of each ‘Short Break’.

  • When ready, click the mouse or press the right arrow key to move on to the next set of automatic slides.


Algebraic expectation quiz

Algebraic Expectation Quiz

Middle Secondary Years


For each question in the Quiz you will see a student’s answer and the text book answer. Ask yourself ‘How likely do you think it is that the student’s answer is right?’Example:StudentText3+2x 2x+3Definitely Probably No idea Probably Definitelywrong wrong right right

This helps you see when the slide changes


Example

StudentText(x+x)2x2Definitely Probably No idea Probably Definitelywrong wrong right right


Practice questions
Practice Questions

  • There are 3 practice questions.

  • You will see each question for only a few seconds.

  • Make a quick judgment about the student’s answer

    Definitely Probably No idea Probably Definitely wrong wrong right right

  • Circle your response on the answer sheet.


P1 student textbook
P1. Student Textbook


P2 student textbook
P2. Student Textbook


P3 student textbook
P3. Student Textbook


Algebraic expectation quiz1

Algebraic Expectation Quiz

Get Ready to Begin!


1 student textbook
1.Student Textbook


2 student textbook
2. Student Textbook


3 student textbook
3. Student Textbook


4. Student Textbook


5 student textbook

(a + p ) q

5.Student Textbook


6 student textbook
6.Student Textbook


7 student textbook
7. Student Textbook


8 student textbook
8.Student Textbook


9 student textbook
9.Student Textbook



10 student textbook
10.Student Textbook


11 student textbook
11.Student Textbook


12 student textbook
12.Student Textbook

a(a+1)1+a2


13 student textbook
13.Student Textbook

2s + 3 2t + 3


14 student textbook
14.Student Textbook


15 student textbook
15.Student Textbook


16 student textbook
16.Student Textbook


17 student textbook
17.Student Textbook



18 student textbook
18.Student Textbook

a (b c) a b+ c


19 student textbook
19. Student Textbook

(b+a)2a2 + b2 +2ab


20 student textbook
20.Student Textbook


21 student textbook
21. Student Textbook

when


22 student textbook
22.Student Textbook


23 student textbook
23. Student Textbook


24 student textbook
24.Student Textbook


25 student textbook
25.Student Textbook



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