• Virtual Hospital School

    Hospitalized students are often unable to do school work during the day when teachers are available so we have made online lessons available to them on the Virtual Hospital School Blog. The blog is searchable by grade level and subject. Some of the links require passwords for access (such as Brainpop). Please ask your teacher for the login information.

  • Features of Functions part 2: Math 1, Unit 3

    Posted by Ellen Lowe on 6/12/2018 3:00:00 PM

     

    Image of a trigonometric function including radius, sine, versine, cosine, tangent, cotangent Vocabulary

    increasing, decreasing, positive/negative, integer notation, x and y intercepts, end behavior

    Graphic organizer

    Use definitions foldable

    Watch

    Visually identifying key characteristics of graphs, Prof. Rob Bob


    Key features from context, Khan Academy

    Practice

    Key features from graphs practice

    Write

    How can key features help create a graph?


    Key features writing prompt

    Standards

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  • Features of Functions part 2: Math 1, Unit 3

    Posted by Ellen Lowe on 6/12/2018

    Vocabulary


    increasing/ decreasing,  positive/negative, interval notation, x and y intercepts, end behavior


    Graphic organizer

    Definitions foldable

     

    Watch

    Visually identifying key characteristics of graphs, Prof. Rob Bob

     Key features from context, Khan Academy

     

    Practice

     

     Write

     

    How can key features help create a graph?

     

    Key features writing prompt

     

     Standards


    Click here to view Standards for this lesson.

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  • Hour of Code

    Posted by Lee Ann Gelinne on 4/19/2018

    Hour of Code

     
    Hour of code logo C O D E

    Hour of Code is the first week of December, but you can try it any time. Not convinced coding is for you? Check out this year's video.


                 Video of Steph Curry participating in coding.

    Spend a hour trying out some fun coding activities at Hour of Code. Choose your grade level and choose whether you are a beginner or are fairly comfortable with coding basics. Then choose from the options on your screen - Star Wars, Minecraft, Pac-Man, Moana and  many more! Ready, set, CODE!


    You can also do some coding with Khan Academy and atCodeHS. Middle and high school students can design an app with App Lab. If you are ready to take the next step when you leave the hospital, look for a coding class in your area.

    Technology Essential Standards K-8.TT.1, HS.TT.1.1-3
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  • Equations and Inequalities - Math 1 Unit

    Posted by Lee Ann Gelinne on 4/19/2018

     

     
    Photo says Remember when solving equations, what you do to one side you must do to the other.
    Created by elowe using Canva.com
     
    Vocabulary
     
    increasing/decreasing, positive/negative, 
    interval notation, x and y intercepts, end behavior      
     
    Graphic Organizer

     
    Watch
     
     
    Practice
     
    Quia Rags to Riches game to practice literal equations

     
    Write
     
    How can you determine the order in which the operations in an equation should be "undone" during the equation solving process?
     
    How can you prove your answer to the equation  is true?

     
    Standards

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