MCV4U – May 19, 2016

I told the students that I would start off by finishing off the movie “Flatland” that we had started yesterday (there was only about 10 minutes left).

After finishing the short film, I then began telling the students that I would be continuing the lesson we have been working on in the last few days on equations of lines in two & three space.  I gave the students a handout titled “MCV4U – Equations of Lines in Two & Three Space Continued (Day 3)”.  I told the students that there were some things from the handout I would just be going over and that they would not have to fill anything in (I suggested they highlight important concepts).  For the examples that required students to fill things in, I put it up on the digital projector and then I went over the examples using the projector and the black board.  After the lesson, I assigned the homework for today (Do #1 to 3 & #6 to 9 from the worksheet titled “Even More Equations of Lines in Two Space Questions” and also Do #1ace, 2 & 3 to 6 from the worksheet titled “More Equations of Lines in Three Space Questions”).  Students are encouraged to email me if they have any questions from the homework ahead of time (abawa@office.ldcsb.on.ca).

Below you will find a copies of the handouts/worksheets that were distributed/assigned in today’s class.

Flatland (Short Movie – 2007) (This movie is about 34 minutes long.  When the students click on this link, they have to click on the second movie and can stream this movie from the internet.  We did not finish the movie yesterday so I told the students we would watch the last 10 minutes at the start of today’s class.)

MCV4U – Equations of Lines in Two & Three Space Continued (Day 3) (blank) (Handout)

MCV4U – Equations of Lines in Two & Three Space Continued (Day 3) (filled-in) (I put up the answers to the examples using the black board and digital projector.)

Even More Equations of Lines in Two Space Questions with Answers (I handed this worksheet out today.  The students are to complete #1 to 3 & #6 to 9 for homework from this worksheet.)

More Equations of Lines in Three Space Questions with Answers (I handed this worksheet out today.  The students are to complete #1ace, 2 & 3 to 6 for homework from this worksheet.)

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