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Course SummaryThis Division Lesson Plans & Curriculum Resource course is a fully developed resource to help you organize lessons and teach math. You can easily adapt the video lessons, transcripts, and quizzes to take full advantage of the comprehensive and engaging material we offer. Make planning your course easier by using our syllabus as a guide.
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You can use this division course as a template for designing and implementing your course. Here are the key components of the course and how you can use them:
- Chapters - Each chapter covers a unit of division, from multiplying rational expressions and dividing polynomials to changing negative exponents to fractions and building fractions. Use these chapters as mile markers as you map out your course. We recommend planning to spend a week on each chapter, but you can always allocate the chapters according to the length of your specific division course.
- Lessons - Within each chapter are video lessons that further break down topics into bite-sized chunks. These lessons cover single topics like dividing by zeros. Each one is often appropriate for a single class.
- Key Terms - Within each lesson are key terms. These are emphasized on screen and in the transcript. As you develop your syllabus, these key terms help you focus on the most important learning objectives. For example, the lesson on geometry includes key terms like triangles, line of symmetry and root finding.
As you work on your division lesson plans, save time by incorporating video lessons from this resource. Here's how:
- Introduce Topics - Your students will be in the right mindset for understanding topics like synthetic division if you begin class with a short video. It can be a jumping-off point for a lecture, group activity or class discussion.
- Break Up Lectures - The video format, which often includes animation, helps students visualize topics like line segments and the area of cones.
- Assign For Homework - Each lesson in the course, from the area of rectangles to the volume of a pyramid can be assigned to your students as homework.
Each video lesson includes a complete transcript. You can utilize these transcripts in several ways:
- Lecture Notes - Do you need a guide as you plan a lecture, such as one on applying function operations or dividing complex numbers? The transcripts cover each topic in depth, with key terms highlighted for quick reference.
- Student Reading - Perhaps you'd like your students to learn about logarithms, but you don't have class time available. Assign the transcript as extra reading.
- Study Tools - When it's time for a unit exam on fractions, you can point your students to the transcripts on reducing fractions, types of fractions and related topics to help them study.
Each video lesson has a corresponding quiz. Here's how to use the quizzes:
- Homework - Assign a quiz to your students as homework. You'll receive an email with the results, which enables you to verify they've completed the assignment and that they've understood the material. Questions cover everything from how to divide rational expressions to ways to integrate functions with partial fractions.
- Tests - You can meld the material in the quizzes into your own student assessments, saving you valuable time. Need a few questions on the steps to solve long division? There are plenty!
- Discussions - Jump-start a discussion with questions like: What are the different kinds of numbers?
Below is a sketch of the division syllabus modeled on a 9-week course. This sample can be adapted based on your course schedule. Navigate the chapters and lessons for more detail.
|Week||Unit||Sample of Topics Covered|
|Week 1||Introduction to Division||Types of numbers, steps to solve division, definition of long division, calculating long division with large numbers, dividing by zero|
|Week 2||Dividing Fractions||Types of fractions, ordering and comparing fractions, reducing and building fractions, fraction notations, solving complex fractions, dividing mixed numbers and fractions, partial fractions|
|Week 3||Dividing Decimals||Multiplying, adding, subtracting and dividing decimals; relating decimals and fractions|
|Week 4||Dividing Radicals and Exponential Expressions||Signed numbers, five exponent properties, quotient of powers, changing negative exponents to fractions|
|Week 5||Division With Complex Numbers||Imaginary numbers, dividing complex numbers, logarithm|
|Week 6||Division of Factorials||Process and examples of factorial notation|
|Week 7||Dividing Functions||Subtract, add and multiply functions; applying function operations, integrating functions with partial functions|
|Week 8||Dividing Polynomials||Synthetic division, dividing and multiplying rational expressions, dividing polynomials using long division|
|Week 9||Division in Geometry||Dividing line segments; area of triangles, rectangles, pyramids and cones; finding the area of between functions; root finding and integration|
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