10NHPT: Giving It a Group Effort

10NHPT: Giving It a Group Effort

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Course 10 of NHPT

Giving It a Group Effort: Adding, Subtracting, and Multiplying Polynomials

 

“Giving It a Group Effort” is all about the progress of groups and the outcomes of their time together. This course addresses biasness based on groups and how to break down those barriers!

 

Course Skill Sets, Objectives, and Essential Questions

 

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Skill Set 1

Adding and Subtracting Polynomials

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To add and subtract polynomials

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How does adding polynomials differ from subtracting polynomials?

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Skill Set 2

Multiplying a Monomial by a Polynomial

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To multiply a monomial by a polynomial

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How does being multiplied by a monomial change the coefficients and variables involved in a polynomial?

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Skill Set 3

Multiplying Binomials

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To multiply binomials

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Usually, multiplying two binomials results in a trinomial, but when can multiplying two binomials result in a binomial?

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Other Info About Course 10NHPT 

This course includes:

  • 2.4 learning hours with 32 problems presented
  • 24 practice problems, all with video solutions that play when problems are missed
  • 2 scenario-based activities/questionnaires
  • 1 writing prompt
  • 1 review game
  • Video solutions accessible for every review problem
  • 1 final assessment

Students earn a badge and a certificate for course completion. Students can also earn a certificate for scoring 80% or above on the final assessment and a badge for earning a perfect score!

 

Suggested Number of Online Sessions: Fifteen (15) 30-minute sessions, ten (10) 45-minute sessions, or eight (8) 60-minute sessions

 

Suggested Number of Exploratory Class Periods: Nineteen (19) 45- to 50-minute classes or seventeen (17) 60-minute classes (Supplemental practice problems and activities are available through the NHPT Teacher Manual for use in exploratory class settings.)

 

For answers to potential questions regarding the NHPT program, including recommended bundles and steps after purchase, go to the homepage and click on “Frequently Asked Questions.”