12NHPT: Teamwork – It’s All About Us!

12NHPT: Teamwork – It’s All About Us!

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Bundle Courses 9NHPT, 10NHPT, 11NHPT, and 12NHPT for a semester-long exploratory class that emphasizes algebra concepts, such as negative exponents, polynomials, factors of quadratics, and solutions of quadratic equations.

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Description

Course 12 of NHPT

Teamwork – It’s All About Us: Solving Quadratic Equations

 

“Teamwork – It’s All About Us” examines the effects of a positive team and those of a negative team. Teamwork centers on individuals playing their parts, where everyone is an important factor. Teamwork requires respect for others, specifically by addressing mixed feelings. Finally, positive teamwork calls for individuals to find a middle ground and a starting point, then work their way up from there. With strong, positive leadership, a team can reach the top in no time!

 

Course Skill Sets, Objectives, and Essential Questions

 

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Skill Set 1

Solving Quadratic Equations by Factoring

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To solve a quadratic equation using factoring

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What characteristic should be considered first to determine if a group is ready to be factored?

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Skill Set 2

Solving Quadratic Equations by Completing the Square

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To solve a quadratic equation by completing the square

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How can you determine which number completes the square to form a perfect square trinomial?

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Skill Set 3

Solving Quadratic Equations by Graphing

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To solve a quadratic equation by graphing

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Once a group is formed, how is its starting point found?

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*Graph paper will be needed during this course to solve quadratics by graphing.

 

 

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