IMPORTANT NOTICE #1: THE STUDENTS WILL BE HAVING THEIR THINKING AND INQUIRY ASSIGNMENT FOR UNIT 7 ON THUR JUNE 9 COVERING ALL OF THE MATERIAL FROM MAY 16 TO JUNE 6.
IMPORTANT NOTICE #2: THE STUDENTS WILL BE HAVING THEIR UNIT 7 TEST ON TUE JUNE 14 COVERING ALL OF THE MATERIAL FROM MAY 16 TO JUNE 6.
IMPORTANT NOTICE #3: THE STUDENTS FINAL ASSESSMENTS ARE WORTH A TOTAL OF 30% (TERM MARK IS WORTH 70%). THE FINAL ASSESSMENTS CONSIST OF A FINAL PROJECT WORTH 9% AND A FINAL EXAM WORTH 21%. THE FINAL PROJECT WILL BE GIVEN OVER 2 DAYS. THE FINAL PROJECT DAY 1 VECTORS WILL BE ON WED JUNE 15 AND THE FINAL PROJECT DAY 2 CALCULUS WILL BE ON TUE JUNE 21. BOTH DAYS OF THE FINAL PROJECT ARE OPEN BOOK AND STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO USE THEIR NOTES ONLY FOR THIS ASSESSMENT. THE FINAL EXAM WILL BE ON TUE JUNE 28 FROM 9:00 AM TO 11:30 AM. PLEASE BRING IN YOUR TEXTBOOK. ALSO, STUDENTS WILL BE GIVEN A FORMULA SHEET ON THE DAY OF THE EXAM TO USE. STUDENTS MAY USE A NON-GRAPHICAL CALCULATOR FOR FINAL ASSESSMENTS BUT NO OTHER ELECTRONIC DEVICES ARE PERMITTED.
I began the class today by telling the students that I would be doing a new lesson today on the intersection of three planes. I gave the students a handout titled “MCV4U – Intersection of Three Planes – Consistent Systems”. 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. Once we finished the lesson, I then told the students to work on the homework I assigned for today (Read pages 482 to 488 and then do page 491 & 492 #4 to 6). Students are encouraged to email me if they have any questions from the homework ahead of time (abawa@).
Below you will find a copies of the handouts/worksheets that were distributed/assigned in today’s class.
MCV4U – Intersection of Three Planes Consistent Systems (filled-in) (I put up the answers to the examples using the black board and digital projector.)