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Osborn Academy: C108 (Basic Math) 2010-11-12
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This video is from Mr. Simmons Basic Math class on Friday, November 12, 2010. The video covers the concepts of real numbers. The purpose of this mock video is to provide one example of a suggested Teacher Video Format. The videos are typically 5-10 minutes maximum and could be as short as 1-2 minutes based on the teachers agenda for that day. The Teacher Video Format structure is as follows: 1) Present the concept to be discussed in class that day 2) Give the methodology or instructions for understanding the concept 3) Give examples of use of the concept 4) Give assignments to be done in class and at home 5) Give guidance on where to find help resources in the Osborn Math Department Resource Channel
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Photo of riopellec I can use this with my students as well
riopellec→    9 years, 8 months, 29 days ago (2011-04-19 14:59:34 ET)  
Photo of manorstone good lecture
manorstone→    9 years, 10 months, 2 days ago (2011-03-15 11:46:44 ET)  
Photo of manorstone I don't understand real number concept
manorstone→    10 years, 1 month, 18 days ago (2010-11-30 14:05:28 ET)  
Photo Not Available Can't wait to show this to my children when I get home
drjw→    10 years, 1 month, 29 days ago (2010-11-19 12:26:27 ET)  
Photo of manorstone Jim, Tom your comments are not correct ... the difference between whole numbers and Integers is that Integers include negative counting numbers and whole numbers do not.
manorstone→    10 years, 2 months, 7 hours ago (2010-11-17 22:28:36 ET)  
Photo of manorstone Whole numbers include integers and negative real numbers. Another good explanation can be found at purplemath.com which can be access in the Math Resource channel.
manorstone→    10 years, 2 months, 7 hours ago (2010-11-17 22:12:10 ET)  
Photo of manorstone I am having trouble understanding the difference between whole numbers and integers. Where can I find some help?
manorstone→    10 years, 2 months, 8 hours ago (2010-11-17 22:05:37 ET)  

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