8NHPT: Point of It All

8NHPT: Point of It All

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Course 8 of NHPT

The Point of It All: Solving Systems of Linear Equations

 

“The Point of It All” strives to show students how much diverse people can actually have in common. Students examine the different paths of individuals, place numbers in each other’s shoes, and overlook minor differences all in the attempt to make a connection and find the points they share!

 

Course Skill Sets, Objectives, and Essential Questions

 

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Skill Set 1

Solving Systems of Linear Equations Using Graphing

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To solve a system of linear equations using graphing

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What does the solution of a system represent?

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Skill Set 2

Solving Systems of Linear Equations Using Substitution

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To solve a system of linear equations using substitution

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Given a system of linear equations, how can one determine which variable to isolate at the beginning of the substitution process?

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Skill Set 3

Solving Systems By Elimination Using Addition and Subtraction

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To solve a system of linear equations with addition or subtraction

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Once one coordinate of a point is found during elimination, how can the other coordinate be determined?

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Skill Set 4

Solving Systems By Elimination Using Multiplication

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To solve a system of linear equations with multiplication

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How can terms in a system obtain the same coefficient, and how does this process affect each of the equations?

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Other Info About Course 8NHPT*

This course includes:

  • 3.6 learning hours with 30 problems presented
  • 24 practice problems, all with video solutions that play when problems are missed
  • 3 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!

*Graph paper will be needed during this course to solve systems by graphing (particularly for Skill Set 1, the course review, and the final assessment).

 

Suggested Number of Online Sessions: Nineteen (19) 30-minute sessions, thirteen (13) 45-minute sessions, or ten (10) 60-minute sessions

 

Suggested Number of Exploratory Class Periods: Twenty-three (23) 45- to 50-minute classes or twenty-one (21) 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.”